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==Background==
 
==Background==
A historical book about the Second World War, this book specializes in the methods and supplies used during the rationing of food and water in the Second World War. While the historical content is useless in the [[Dead Zone]], the details on rationing and saving food and water may prove useful.
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Yet another history book about the Second World War, this particular one specializes in the various methods used during the widespread rationing of food and water that took place during the war. While the historical trivia is useless in the [[Dead Zone]] aside from its entertainment value, the details on rationing and saving food and water may prove useful.
   
 
==How to obtain==
 
==How to obtain==

Revision as of 23:40, August 26, 2014

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A History of Rationing
Game

The Last Stand: Dead Zone

Type

Book

Effect

-5% to -50% Food consumption
-5% to -50% Water consumption

Duration: 2 Days, 28 Days or Permanent

Slot lockout: None or 1 Hour

A History of Rationing is a Survival book featured in The Last Stand: Dead Zone.

Description

Book about the rationing that took place during the Second World War.

Background

Yet another history book about the Second World War, this particular one specializes in the various methods used during the widespread rationing of food and water that took place during the war. While the historical trivia is useless in the Dead Zone aside from its entertainment value, the details on rationing and saving food and water may prove useful.

How to obtain

Effect

Reduces food and water consumption rate by specified percentage.

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