That's a creative solution but before you can do anything bold like slaying masses of zombies you need to take care of priority one, which is to establish a safe zone (both from zombies and other survivors). Their barn is good for now but we'll shortly see how ill-prepared these guys are when it comes to setting up a long-term safe zone. Those cheap-o fences aren't gonna do shit when you got hundreds of bodies leaning up on them. Herchel's basement as a retreat seems like a death trap if it only has one way to enter/exit from (I hope that's not the case) and the barn is made of wood, the only thing I heard that was smart was when Rick told the crew to park the vehicles towards the road for a quick get away. I just hope they don't overlook this detail and ride out with no supplies or food.
Right now this group can't afford to focus, expend energy, and resources in taking offense against zombies they need to have a defensive mind set first and set up shop.
Yeah it seems like none of these issues were ever on their mind. Always stressing over other people. Finding Sophia or should we or shouldn't we kill Randal.
You would think after what they seen on the road in episode one of this season it would be very possible to come across a large group of walkers again. That chicken wire fence won't keep anything out.
They def need to hitup homedepot or something lol. Wood/nails/concrete
barbwire would be good, Wouldn't hurt the zombies but it would tangle a few up in a herd situation. While a few are tangled up the could easily kill the remaining then go back and take care of ones stuck in tangled wire.
i agree to disagree. they were in a rural area so i doubt there was a home depot. their hardware store was probably small as shit too meaning little supplies. i think most of their security came from the fact the farm was isolated rather than protected.