If my friend got bit, and then 'turned'... I think that he would no longer recognize me in his new and improved Zombified state. At least, that's how it plays out in most movies. Zombies are reduced to the most animalistic version of a human, and only a fraction of that; the hungry part. I don't know where the obsession with brains comes in, though. I guess every supernatural force needs their quirks... I wonder if they're going to make a Vampire fluxx... Anyhow, I guess it could be viewed either way, but the only place I've ever seen someone turn into a zombie and retain his awareness was in the flash animation; "Zombie College". http://www.icebox.com/index.php?id=show&showid=s20 -Steve On 10/12/07, lisa <NeysaLMD@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > I am adding some questions that a friend taht isnt on the list has asked: > > Couple of more thoughts on this. I know he and I spoke during Origins and > he was going to re-think the wording, and now need to know: > > Does it lose its Friend status just because it is now a Creeper? In > another words, is it a Creeper-Zombie instead of a Keeper-Friend or is it a > Creeper-Zombie-Friend? > > Also, while it is in your hand it is a Keeper-Friend, but what about in the > discard pile? Return from the Dead brings Creeper-Zombies back. Does it > bring back dead Creeper-Zombie-Friends?