After all of the chaos of the initial collapse and disaster, there's bound to be groups and alliances forming between various people to survive the aftermath. From thriving communities to vicious gangs, there's going to be a whole variety of the teams and groups out there.
Typically, this would make sense. After all, we all know the saying “strength in numbers”. Having people able to back you up or cover you is rarely a bad thing, so you know most people are going to take to that strategy. In fact, it would seem that you'd be stupid not to find other people, right?
Well, it's not always so clear-cut. At first, the benefits of having others with you is overwhelming, but there's more to all that than on the surface. You've got to actually consider all of the possibilities of whether you team up with others or simply going it alone. And there may actually be a case for this “lone wolf” approach.
It all depends on your personal preferences, ideals, and strategies. You've got to try and see if going it alone is actually better for you, although that's going to take some discussion.
So, on the next page learn all about the reality of being a lone wolf. That way, you can see for yourself if it's worth it!
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