Daily Life With A Monster Girl Wiki

The Zombie Virus, also known as the Zombie Plague, is a highly evolved virus of unknown origins that turns its hosts/victims into Zombies.

Spread through the ingestion, injection or transfusion of blood or saliva of a zombified individual, the virus has a reasonably fast incubation time.

Information beyond speculation on how the virus manages to alter the host's body processes to such a degree that the heart and lungs no longer need to function for the host to continue to survive is still forthcoming. The virus has also, since its discovery, seemingly evolved to the point that hosts infected with the virus now fully retain the same level of cognitive ability and self awareness as they did before their infection.

Despite claims to the contrary in old folk tales, the zombie virus is fairly weak and only able to infect the body of a host that is already near death as the immune system of a body at full health will easily dispose of the viral infection.

Interestingly, although the Zombie virus turns the victim into a Zombie, several life functions remains in the body of the infected person, even though they are considered completely undead. Several examples during the manga series at Zombina shows that Zombies can still eat and digest their food and they also feel the need to sleep. In addition, it is revealed in Chapter 22 that while Zombies no longer have any sense of pain, they strangely still react to sexual physical stimuli.



  • While human mythology covers human-turned zombies, it is unclear whether other species can also be affected by the zombie virus.
    • In Chapter 45 Kimihito, Centorea and Mero imagine how Zombina, under the influence of Kino's spores, turns the other members of the MON-Team and Kimihito´s homestay girls into zombies. However since this only happened in their imagined fantasy, this is no evidence that the Zombie Virus can also turn Liminals into Zombies, especially considering the fact that Centorea and Mero knew little about the virus at the time, as they only learned of the low risk of infection later in Chapter 50 from Ms Smith.
  • While the exact origin of the Zombie Virus is currently unknown, the date on Zombina's dog tag at least indicates that the virus has been around since 1994.
  • Apart from the pale skin colour that is a result of the stopped vital functions, the only external feature that the zombie virus appears to cause in its victims is the growth of pointed teeth.
  • Its not known whether the transformation into a Jiang Shi may be caused by a variant of the Zombie virus or possibly by completely different circumstances.
  • The Zombie Institute for Theoretical Studies (ZITS) is a program through the University of Glasgow. It is headed by Dr. Austin. Dr. Austin is a character that has been created by the university to be the face of ZITS. The ZITS team is dedicated to using real science to explain what could be expected in the event of an actual zombie apocalypse. Much of their research is used to disprove common beliefs about the zombie apocalypse as shown in popular media. They have published one book (Zombie Science 1Z) and give public "spoof" lectures on the subject.
  • On May 18, 2011, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published an article, Preparedness 101: Zombie Apocalypse providing tips on preparing to survive a zombie invasion.[15] The article does not claim an outbreak is likely or imminent, but states: "That’s right, I said z-o-m-b-i-e a-p-o-c-a-l-y-p-s-e. You may laugh now, but when it happens you’ll be happy you read this...." The CDC goes on to summarize cultural references to a zombie apocalypse. It uses these to underscore the value of laying in water, food, medical supplies, and other necessities in preparation for any and all potential disasters, be they hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes, floods, or hordes of ravenous brain-devouring undead.
  • In the unclassified document titled "CONOP 8888," officers from U.S. Strategic Command used a zombie apocalypse scenario as a training template for operations, emergencies and catastrophes, as a tool to teach cadets about the basic concepts of military plans and disaster preparation using its admittedly outlandish premise.

Items and Terminology
Races ArachneCentaurDevilDragonDragonewtDryadDullahanFairyGhostGrim ReaperHarpyHumanInsectoidKaijuKoboldLamiaLizardfolkMermaidMinotaurMonoeyeOgreOrcSlimeTentacle MonsterU.M.A.VampireVanishing HitchhikerWerewolfYokaiZombieOther Races (Manga)Monster Musume Online Species ListMonster Musume Fantastic Life Species List
Items Air MattressBreast PumpCall of CthulhuCentorea's WeaponsChevrolet SilveradoCottonCultural Exchange Between Species BillDuel MonmususFountainGashaponGrimoireHumidifierJeep Wrangler RubiconKakashiKaraokeKendamaKokeshiKotatsuLeHui AUG "Steyr" Gel BlasterLove LetterM.O.N.'s GunsNight-vision GooglesNintendo DSNintendo SwitchNintendo WiiOnmyōdō CharmsPlayStation 3Print ClubSelfiesSmith's CarSnake SkinSofa of SlothfulnessSpider SilkSuper NintendoSwimming PoolTail CleanerTowelUFO CatcherUnicorn HornVending MachineVespaWater BalloonsWheelchairWoolYen
Food BentoCatfishCrabCocktailsCoffeeCookingDiecut CandyIce CandyInari SushiInstant NoodlesKani NabeMilkOmuriceStingrayTakoyakiEgg
Fashion AhogeBottomlessnessChastity BeltCircle Contact LensCosplayDoteraFestival MasksGanguroGothic Lolita FashionKimonoMori GirlNaked ApronNightwearNudismPastiesReverse Bunny Girl SuitSeifukuShampoo HatStockings and PantyhoseSwimsuitToplessnessUnderwearVirgin Killer OutfitWomb TattooYukata
Terms and Concepts ArcheryAsian Giant HornetBeloved Wife DayBondageBridal CarryBWH MeasurementsCabaret ClubCasinoCat's CradleChuunibyouCommunal HusbandsCommunity GardenDogezaDolphinEngel CoefficientExchange StudentFirst Girl Wins TropeFishingFull MoonGhost MarriageGoldfish ScoopingHeadbutt ThermometerHostess ClubHypnosisIdol OtakuIkkyū-sanInter-Species Cultural Exchange ExpositionJoustingKabedonKendoKnittingLGBTQ+Liminal Employment Pilot ProgramLoliconMagical GirlMaid CaféMamazonManga CaféMarriageMassageMegaton PunchMeroune's Tragic RomancesNew Year's DayNo Bra DayOculolinctusOkayadoverseOnsenPiranhaPop IdolRed String of FateRomantic ComedyRunning with Toast TropeSea AnemoneShooting GalleryShotaconSummer FestivalSweetie Witch MakochanThe Five Mysteries of Grimoire High SchoolThe Little MermaidTokusatsu ShowTwintail DayTwisterUmbrella of TogethernessVampire VirusVideogame ArcadeVirtual IdolWild BoarYaoiYogaYukadonYuriZombie Virus