History Characters / TheWalkingDeadTVShowHershelsFarmSurvivors

31st Jan '16 12:00:19 PM wdfan
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-->''"What I did right or wrong...I have to live with that. You do too."''
3rd Jan '16 8:00:05 PM amandajeanne35
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* TemptingFate: In "Still", she boasts that she'll never die to Daryl, but claims he would badly miss her should she. In "Coda" Beth is killed and Daryl is absolutely heartbroken.
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* TemptingFate: In "Still", she boasts tells Daryl that she'll never she knows she will die to Daryl, but one day and claims he would badly miss her should she. In "Coda" Beth is killed and Daryl is absolutely heartbroken.
15th Nov '15 10:46:37 PM Nohbody
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No spoilering trope entries, period, and I'm not really sure the rest of the entry is all that spoilerish.
* [[spoiler: PregnantBadass: Although she's reserved herself to the sidelines for now, there's no doubt that Maggie will maintain her badass status during her pregnancy.]]
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* [[spoiler: PregnantBadass: Although she's reserved herself to the sidelines for now, there's no doubt that Maggie will maintain her badass status during her pregnancy.]]
14th Nov '15 3:59:31 AM Da1tonTheGreat
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* BigGood: During the first half of Season 4 when he is the head of the prison council.
8th Nov '15 10:15:26 PM bxxchcraft
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* [[spoiler: PregnantBadass: Although she's reserved herself to the sidelines for now, there's no doubt that Maggie will maintain her badass status during her pregnancy.]]
8th Nov '15 7:30:05 PM randomguy399
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* WhamLine: [[spoiler:"I'm pregnant."]]
27th Oct '15 1:10:01 PM notShemp
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* EatenAlive: After Shane shoots him in the knee to serve as bait.
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* EatenAlive: DevouredByTheHorde: After Shane shoots him in the knee to serve as bait.

* EatenAlive: In the second season finale as the group flees the farm, a walker comes out of nowhere to grab her and proceeds to munch down as a few other walkers join him.
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* EatenAlive: DevouredByTheHorde: In the second season finale as the group flees the farm, a walker comes out of nowhere to grab her and proceeds to munch down as a few other walkers join him.

* EatenAlive: While driving the RV, walkers manage to burst in while it's parked during his rescue of Rick and Carl and eat Jimmy before he can escape.[[note]]According to Glen Mazzara, James [=McCune=] was terrified during this scene because his greatest fear in real life is this trope.[[/note]]
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* EatenAlive: DevouredByTheHorde: While driving the RV, walkers manage to burst in while it's parked during his rescue of Rick and Carl and eat Jimmy before he can escape.[[note]]According to Glen Mazzara, James [=McCune=] was terrified during this scene because his greatest fear in real life is this trope.[[/note]]
18th Oct '15 8:00:22 PM Chris116
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A family living in Georgia introduced in the second season. They own the Greene farm.
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A family living in Georgia introduced in the second season. They own the Greene farm.farm and welcome Rick's group onto the property, as their farmhand Otis accidentally shoots Carl. Hershel initially stresses that the group must leave the farm when Carl has fully recovered, but to his dismay finds that Rick begins to plead for the group to stay - and that Glenn and his daughter Maggie have fallen in love. The Greenes are revealed to have been keeping a dark secret for months - that they are keeping their undead friends and family in their barn, Hershel having convinced his family that they are sick people who can be cured. Livid, Shane forces the family to learn the horrible truth when he forces his group to massacre the walkers, breaking Hershel and Beth in particular. However, Hershel is roused from his depression when Rick convinces him there is still hope, and comes to trust the group as his own extended family after realizing they are good, loyal people. Hershel agrees to allow the group to move onto the farm permanently as the winter approaches, but they are forced to flee when a herd of walkers overruns the property. The Greenes are forced to join the group on the road, proving to be vital assets and leaders in the battle-worn group. While Hershel becomes TheMentor to Rick and a second-in-command, Maggie becomes one of the group's main fighters, and Beth becomes one of Judith's primary caregivers and secondary defenders. The family is able to pull through the Woodbury War unscathed - with Maggie marrying Glenn shortly before its' climax - and grow comfortable at the prison until The Governor returns with a vengeance. Hershel is captured and executed, to the horror of his daughters, who are separated when the prison finally falls. Maggie goes with Sasha and Bob to find Glenn, and eventually rejoin the main group. Meanwhile, Beth is abducted by the cops of Grady Memorial Hospital, and gets herself killed after a hostage exchange. Tragically, Maggie is as of season five the last surviving member of the Greene family, who still hold sway in the group's hearts to this day long after their deaths.

* BreakoutCharacter: Originally Hershel was to be killed off before the end of the second season (and again in the third), but Scott Wilson's warmth in his performance convinced the show runners to keep him on. After taking his level in kindness, Hershel became one of the most beloved characters on the show and eventually became one of the show's major characters, to the point his death became the emotional climax of the climactic prison war. Robert Kirkman even noted how hard it was to kill off Hershel, expressing sadness that Wilson wouldn't be on set the following year. Prior to the fourth mid-season finale, an entire video tribute was put together by the cast and crew, bidding farewell to Wilson and referring to him as a "legend". It's very easy to say that of all the characters killed off in the show, Hershel is the one character ''everyone'' misses.
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* BreakoutCharacter: Originally Hershel was to be killed off before the end of the second season (and again in the third), but Scott Wilson's warmth in his performance convinced the show runners to keep him on. After taking his level in kindness, Hershel became one of the most beloved characters on the show and eventually became one of the show's major characters, to the point his death became the emotional climax of the climactic prison war. Robert Kirkman even noted how hard it was to kill off Hershel, expressing sadness that Wilson wouldn't be on set the following year. Prior to the fourth mid-season finale, an entire video tribute was put together by the cast and crew, bidding farewell to Wilson and referring to him as a "legend". Two years after his character's death, Wilson was even the first induction into the ''Walking Dead'' Hall of Fame at the Season Six fan premiere event. It's very easy to say that of all the characters killed off in the show, Hershel is the one character ''everyone'' misses.

Maggie is Hershel's oldest daughter, and the most welcoming member of the farm to the group. She quickly established a relationship with Glenn and became one of the groups main defenders and scavengers. She accepted Glenn's proposal near the end of Season 3. In season four, she loses both her father and apparently her sister, and becomes determined to find Glenn after the fall of the prison.
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Maggie is Hershel's oldest daughter, and the most welcoming member of the farm to the group. She quickly established a relationship with Glenn and became one of the groups main defenders and scavengers. She accepted Glenn's proposal near the end of Season 3. In season four, she loses both her father and apparently her sister, and becomes determined to find Glenn after the fall of the prison. When she finally does find Glenn, she's devastated to actually lose her sister in the same day she learned she was still alive. Broken by the loss of her family, Maggie struggles to find a reason to go on until the group proves that they're there for her, and she uses her newfound strength to adeptly take her place as Deanna's personal assistant in Alexandria.
14th Oct '15 8:26:46 PM Angelus25
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* AdaptationPersonalityChange: Compared to her initially fragile comicbook counterpart, she's more assertive and emotionally strong from the get-go.
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* AdaptationPersonalityChange: Compared to her initially fragile comicbook counterpart, she's more assertive and emotionally strong from the get-go. She doesn't suffer from DrivenToSuicide like her comics counterpart does following the destruction of the prison and the death of her family.
14th Oct '15 6:45:53 PM rbfanboy
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* SacrificialLion: [[spoiler: In Season 5]]. * ShipTease: With Daryl in Season 4 and Noah in season 5. Carl also has a PrecociousCrush on her in Season 3. [[spoiler: Sadly, she dies before all of it can go anywhere.]]
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* SacrificialLion: [[spoiler: In Season 5]]. 5. * ShipTease: With Daryl in Season 4 and Noah in season 5. Carl also has a PrecociousCrush on her in Season 3. [[spoiler: Sadly, she dies before all of it can go anywhere.]]

* TooGoodForThisSinfulEarth: She managed to survive over and over again, despite being almost useless (except for her singing voice). Then she ups her badass quotient a bit in the fifth season. [[spoiler:BoomHeadshot]].
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* TooGoodForThisSinfulEarth: She managed to survive over and over again, despite being almost useless (except for her singing voice). Then she ups her badass quotient a bit in the fifth season. [[spoiler:BoomHeadshot]].BoomHeadshot.
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