Learn more about Undeads Zombies NFT

Zombies are humans who were infected by the HÈL virus, which compelled brain infections and caused them to change their human form into horrifying beings. The resulting creatures are ferocious and attack any living thing that comes into contact with them. But that's not all! There are two types of zombies:

  • Smart Zombies: thanks to their genetic uniqueness and immunity, they retain their intellect, memories, and habits but also experience an instinctive thirst for the flesh. There are 6666 NFT Zombies with four grades of rarity: Common, Uncommon, Rare, Epic and Legendary. 80% of Zombies are men and 20% of Zombies are women.

Legendary Zombies: intelligent zombies that acquired specific physical, psychosomatic, and mental abilities. They can be called the next stage of evolution. There are only 11 unique Legendary Zombies.

Together Zombies create a powerful faction with an obvious hierarchy that aims to change the world and master their methods of earning in the Undead Metaverse.


Undeads Zombies


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