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  • In the Boston, QZ how did they get those fifty feet walls up fast enough? It seems kinda convienient.

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    • Well, I'd assume the fact that the country just went into a widespread epidemic and the government declaring martial law, they would collectively use all their resources to create the walls. Over the span of 20 years, and the govt.'s primary focus to ensure everyone's safety, walls are a first thought and would most likely be built considerably fast.

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    • NinjaFatGuy wrote:
      Well, I'd assume the fact that the country just went into a widespread epidemic and the government declaring martial law, they would collectively use all their resources to create the walls. Over the span of 20 years, and the govt.'s primary focus to ensure everyone's safety, walls are a first thought and would most likely be built considerably fast.

      True...

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    • Well, to be honest I think those walls are pre-made, they are just stored in different areas of the country, then when the time comes the army brings in helicopters to just place them where they need them. though, Im more talking about the walls we see while Tess and Joel are taking the smuggler route to reach the boatyard, not the walls we see after finding Ellie, I think those were actually built rather than pre-made.

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    • Considering how the outbreak happened in around Texas (or at least in the far south) and the WHO had time to issue reports and studies on the virus, I'm sure Boston had plenty of time to erect the walls.

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    • Brainwasher5 wrote:
      Considering how the outbreak happened in around Texas (or at least in the far south) and the WHO had time to issue reports and studies on the virus, I'm sure Boston had plenty of time to erect the walls.

      They knew about the disease before the outbreak, as well. Some of the newspapers in Joel's house describe it as originating in South American crops, so they had time for sure to erect defenses and study the plague.

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    • What if the military know the infection was going to spread before the outbreak? I mean they were fast enough to act and protect the city compared to the Walking Dead

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    • 95.187.74.249 wrote: What if the military know the infection was going to spread before the outbreak? I mean they were fast enough to act and protect the city compared to the Walking Dead

      The Walking Dead had a markedly different premise, though.

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    • Brainwasher5 wrote:

      95.187.74.249 wrote: What if the military know the infection was going to spread before the outbreak? I mean they were fast enough to act and protect the city compared to the Walking Dead

      The Walking Dead had a markedly different premise, though.

      Indeed. 

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    • There is proof that the walls where quantity over quality and also something I've noticed is that the walls are built in modules so they could be deployed with relatively little effort.

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    • I later got into Pittsburgh and realized that the infection must have taken awhile to arrive so it depends on the QZ some only had a few fences while others (like Boston) where able to get huge concrete walls built

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