This name generator gives you 15 random names for all kinds of different types of zombies, all of which have their own nickname or tag. There are hundreds of different types of zombies in fiction and in this generator, ranging from blowers and belchers to race cars and runners, so there is plenty to choose from and to fill your universe with.
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Here's my top ten favorite zombie types (by alphabetical & chronological order, in descending order) and a few notes about each one. Note: If you're reading this, then you've probably decided on a favorite. So far, I've written five of the top ten, and if you want more information on a certain type of zombie, then you can go right ahead and read about it below!
The first zombie types, I'm going to talk about is the "Gnostic zombie". This one, because it is a kind of zombie that has been converted or turned into another human being, is a little bit of both. The fact that this person has been changed in some way makes them a sort of zombie, though. They are very aware of their body and human interaction, but also feel they're a part of something larger than they really are. They're often considered anti-social, because they seem so willing to do things for themselves, and yet still seem willing to use other people as means of achieving what they want. They're often the ones who have the most self-preservation instinct of all the zombies on the list, though, as they are able to recognize when they're being taken advantage of, and act accordingly.
The second zombie type on my list is the "Drowned zombie", which are actually not a zombie at all, but the result of a death that happened to have happened underwater. These creatures can sometimes be seen swimming around in pools that were already too dark to see in and sometimes even in murky lakes. They are not real-life zombies because they are actually living breathing humans, but they do appear to be a form of zombies, and are often found wandering around in places like pools and lagoons, looking for food or water. These creatures are commonly found on beaches, though they may come inland, as well. They are often afraid of being eaten and will often hide in dark, wet spots where they think they can find food.