The Last Stand: Dead Zone Missions are one of the best ways to earn resources and materials necessary to upgrade your structures and other buildings. You will learn and understand everything that you need to know about missions with this basic guide. Below are some of the mission running guidelines to help you go through the game easily. If you have found this mission guide helpful, please share them with your online friends and always link back to us. Also check out our list of Last Stand: Dead Zone guides with other Facebook Games written for you.
Last Stand: Dead Zone Mission Types
In Last Stand: Dead Zone, you can travel and loot from various buildings on your map. These buildings are missions that can grant you with different resources when you complete them. Below is a list of all the different mission types available in the Last Stand: Dead Zone.
Gun Shop: Weapons
Hardware Store: Resource, Crafting
Hospital: Food, Water, Gear
Residence: Food, Water, Gear
Police Station: Weapons
Supermarket: Food, Water
Warehouse: Resource, Crafting
It should be noted that it is all by chance whether or not you can loot certain items. Your best bet to get the Last Stand: Dead Zone fuels and items is by raiding the missions over and over.
Mission Building Sizes
The mission buildings in the Last Stand: Dead Zone can be divided into multiple sizes: Small, Normal, and Large. The basic idea is that larger missions will have more shelfs that you can scavenge through for various resources and items.
Level Differences Between Missions
The missions have levels and ranks of their own. We will be writing some guides about the level differences between individual Last Stand: Dead Zone missions. Please check back for more level updates. However, in general, as the missions become harder – you will have faster and more powerful zombies, the missions’s zombie amount will also increase.
You can also choose to run the missions automatically through AI. The chance of success is pretty much based on the level, the type of weapons, and team makeup. The system will then generate a success chance for your survivor team to complete the mission. However, it should be noted that the time required will be doubled.
Mission Traveling Time
Each missions will also have a cool down time of when they travel back from the raided building. You can lower the traveling time by enabling your deathmobile.
Survivor Team Combination
The best survivor team to run missions is: 1 Leader, 1 Scavenger, 1 Medic, and the Rest Fighters. This is the most efficient team setup if your goal is to run Last Stand: Dead Zone missions. However, it should be noted that you should get recon as well if your goal is to participate in PvP frequently. By using this survivor team combo, you will be able to run through these missions easily. You should however, equip the Last Stand: Dead Zone survivors with their weapon specialization.
EXP and Missions
The leader (you) of Last Stand: Dead Zone will receive EXP from any missions. However, only the survivors who participate in the mission will earn EXP. It makes it crucial for you to deploy all of your survivors on the map if your goal is to level up fast in Last Stand: Dead Zone. Your survivors will earn EXP from any zombies killed while raiding the missions.
Morale and Missions
To keep your Survivor team morale’s high, make sure you use the medic or leader to heal your entire team’s health back to 100% before you end the mission. By having any injured survivors on missions, your team’s morale will decrease. Thus, it is good practice to keep at least one medic on your mission raiding team, in order to upkeep the morale score.