There are regularly proposals at Area51 for things were the majority of the content falls into TGO scope. Many of the example questions have to do with weapons or survival.
I was thinking about a tag 'apocalyptic' where questions that are generally in scope but presuppose a lack of government support and/or private/commercial infrastructure would find a home, and provide quick access to those interested.
A great many of our questions and answer, already assume that you are far enough out in The Great Outdoors that your only support is what you have with you. So this not really a scope question.
The current question I have in mind is about firearms (flint lock weapons in particular) and my clarifying content is heavy on lack of infrastructure.
My thought is that a tag 'apocalyptic' would make closing some Area51 proposals as dupes of TGO more clear. There is no need to include the cause of the apocalypse in questions or answers. If you're asking how to survive without infrastructure, it doesn't matter if you fell out of a plane, there was a zombie apocalypse or nuclear war.
So I guess this is a two fold question.
Do we want to market TGO as a home for these types of questions?
Should we create and use a tag 'apocalyptic' to give a home for these types of questions? (or some other variant, I am usually poor at picking names)
Clarify In all of the above, I am assuming that if someone asks specifically about a zombie apocalypse, it is out of scope and the question/answer would be closed or edited.
Example Question In the absence of lead, what can I use for a projectile in a flintlock rifle?