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Jan 12, 2022 · Cleaning the blood is essential in Project Zomboid.

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In this game, you must survive and avoid zombification, no matter the cost.

Hotwiring a car will also take a few tries before you succeed in starting the car. Additional blood and dirt mechanic: A character without hemophobic would still not want to be covered in blood. This week’s highly dramatic featured image by Sandra on Steam.

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Jan 21, 2022 · I make a lot of noise and experience some very close calls that almost end Zomboid Hayden before his life really gets going. This will wash off blood and dirt, and can help stave off infection. As a result, your character will start wiping any blood or grime off of their clothing.

Hotwiring a car will also take a few tries before you succeed in starting the car. You will get splattered in blood and dirt fighting off the zeds.

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Plot armour, baby. This will clean that.

. Hotwiring a car will also take a few tries before you succeed in starting the car.

You will need bleach and a towel or mop.
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You’ll need to know how to clean blood in Project Zomboid if you want to keep yourself from getting sick.

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Maybe The Walking Dead is accurate and dealing with hordes of the ravenous undead is a piece of cake. All characters would slowly build up stress over time from wearing bloody clothes, with a minimum threshold that would need to be passed before there is any accrual. .

Having bloody clothing increases the chances of an open wound contracting an infection. This will clean that. . . .

To remove the blood, you will need a few specific items.

I've tried equipping soap and having water in my inventory or near a water source, how do I clean off the blood on their body? For reference, I know you can toss your clothes into a washer/dryer and clean it that way, but my actual character is covered in blood. .

You’ll need to know how to clean blood in Project Zomboid if you want to keep yourself from getting sick.

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Killing zombies on your own turf can make your base of operations incredibly messy and bloody.

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Feb 18, 2013 · Welcome to this week’s Monday blog post! Lemmy here this time, and yes, we have a video! Though probably not one you’d ever expect.