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New York, 1904
Swordfighting: Part I
Swordfighting: Part II
Swordfighting: Part III
Swordfighting: Part IV
Swordfighting: Part V
FVZA Aptitude Test
General Knowledge II
|Below is a look at the campus of the Federal Vampire and Zombie Agency Academy as it appeared in 1965. Every year, about a hundred fresh-faced recruits would arrive at the Academy for two years of intensive training in vampire and zombie hunting and extermination. While the Academy has long since closed, the need for an informed citizenry remains. Therefore, over the next few months, this section will be used as a clearinghouse for practical information on zombie and vampire fighting. Think of this as a variation of an online college. Much of the information comes direct from Academy records.|
1. Dickerson Building
The administrative center of the campus. The Admissions Department was based here.
2. Office of the Commandant
Dr. Hugo Pecos' former stomping grounds.
3. Museum and Archives
Cadets could study here from an enormous database of FVZA cases.
4. Bookstore and gift shop
Often the first stop for cadets after checking in, this is where they purchased their course books and FVZA gear.
5. Zombie Studies
Zombie science and sociology.
6. Fatinelli Building
Vampire science and sociology.
7. Huffman Building
The history of vampires and zombies.
Martial arts training.
9. Weapons center
Here, cadets got a crash course in weaponry and target practice.
10. Prevost Center
The Academy's cafeteria and student union. A place for cadets to meet and unwind.
Cadets put their training into action by taking on the undead (as portrayed by actors) in a mock-up of a real town.