History Characters / TheWalkingDeadTVShowKingCountySurvivors

31st Oct '17 2:28:03 AM randomguy399
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* OneManArmy: [[spoiler:Dispatches Saviors left and right once he goes into battle mode in Season 8.]]



** He starts to slip again in Season 7 after the death of [[spoiler:his new MoralityPet Benjamin]], strangling the man who was inadvertently responsible, and carving his staff into a spear in hopes of killing every Savior he comes across. Though he seems to be more stable than he was previously, only targeting Saviors and not just attacking everyone who gets in his way.

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** He starts to slip again in Season 7 after the death of [[spoiler:his his new MoralityPet Benjamin]], Benjamin, strangling the man who was inadvertently responsible, and carving his staff into a spear in hopes of killing every Savior he comes across. Though he seems to be more stable than he was previously, only targeting Saviors and not just attacking everyone who gets in his way.



** He breaks out of this mindset in Season 7, [[spoiler:killing Richard for causing Benjamin's death]] and telling Carol he will kill every Savior he comes across.

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** He breaks out of this mindset in Season 7, [[spoiler:killing killing Richard for causing Benjamin's death]] death and telling Carol he will kill every Savior he comes across.
22nd Oct '17 1:22:40 PM Chris116
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!!Due to the AnyoneCanDie nature of the show and quickly moving plots, only spoilers from the current/most recent season will be spoiled out to prevent entire pages of whited out text. These spoiler tags will be removed upon the debut of the following season, and the character bios will be updated then as well. If you have not seen the first six seasons read at your own risk!

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!!Due to the AnyoneCanDie nature of the show and quickly moving plots, only spoilers from the current/most recent season will be spoiled out to prevent entire pages of whited out text. These spoiler tags will be removed upon the debut of the following season, and the character bios will be updated then as well. Additionally, character portraits will be updated each half-season with the release of an official, complete set from AMC. If you have not seen the first six seven seasons read at your own risk!



A survivor in Rick's hometown, Morgan lost his wife while they and their son were passing through the town. They found Rick after he woke up, and explained to him what was going on. Rick gave him a radio so they could keep in contact. He returns in Season 3, having gone mad with grief after losing his son to the Walkers. However, he eventually recovers his sanity thanks to the counsel of Eastman, who teaches him to become a MartialPacifist. After Eastman passes away, he begins to seek out Rick, embarking on a lengthy quest to find him in the fifth season that takes him all the way to Alexandria, where he finds himself at odds with Rick and Carol's brutality. After watershed moments such as the Wolf invasion of Alexandria and his failed attempt to rehabilitate Owen, he begins to question his absolutist no-killing policy, particularly when the threat of the dangerous, unrepentant Saviors begins to raise its' head.

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A survivor in Rick's hometown, Morgan lost his wife while they and their son were passing through the town. They found Rick after he woke up, and explained to him what was going on. Rick gave him a radio so they could keep in contact. He returns in Season 3, having gone mad with grief after losing his son to the Walkers. However, he eventually recovers his sanity thanks to the counsel of Eastman, who teaches him to become a MartialPacifist. After Eastman passes away, he begins to seek out Rick, embarking on a lengthy quest to find him in the fifth season that takes him all the way to Alexandria, where he finds himself at odds with Rick and Carol's brutality.

After watershed moments such as the Wolf invasion of Alexandria and his failed attempt to rehabilitate Owen, he begins to question his absolutist no-killing policy, particularly when the threat of the dangerous, unrepentant Saviors begins to raise its' head. Morgan's inability to save Carol without killing a Savior, as well as the death of his new protege Benjamin, push Morgan over the edge as he finally realizes that the Saviors must die. Though Morgan loses much of his regained sanity, he's able to hold it together enough to enter the war against the Saviors in earnest.
9th Oct '17 3:22:01 AM The12thDoctor
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14th Mar '17 1:58:06 PM randomguy399
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* HesBack: [[spoiler:Crazy Morgan has returned to the fold as of "Bury Me Here", with the death of his young protege Benjamin causing him to snap, murder Richard, and return to his solitary ways.]]



* OutOfFocus: In Season 7A he only appears in two episodes (one of which only features him in a single scene), which is justified as the vast majority of the episodes take place away from the Kingdom.

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* OutOfFocus: In Season 7A he only appears in two episodes (one of which only features him in a single scene), which is justified as the vast majority of the episodes take place away from the Kingdom. He returns to the spotlight in the second half of the season.


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** He starts to slip again in Season 7 after the death of [[spoiler:his new MoralityPet Benjamin]], strangling the man who was inadvertently responsible, and carving his staff into a spear in hopes of killing every Savior he comes across. Though he seems to be more stable than he was previously, only targeting Saviors and not just attacking everyone who gets in his way.


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** He breaks out of this mindset in Season 7, [[spoiler:killing Richard for causing Benjamin's death]] and telling Carol he will kill every Savior he comes across.
22nd Jan '17 1:22:33 PM Chris116
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23rd Dec '16 10:29:49 AM PriceCheck
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* PacifistRun: He intends to deal with the zombie apocalypse by not killing a single human being ever again. However, he's eventually forced kill again when he kills a Savior trying to kill Carol.
22nd Dec '16 6:13:09 PM Chris116
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* DoesNotLikeGuns: He is hesitant about guns since learning Akido and his new philosophy on not killing as he mostly just picks up one to check if it is empty and refuses to take one when the Wolves attack. Rick has to practically make him take one when he goes to look for Carol on his own and even though he starts carrying from that point on he is still hesitant to use one after having to shoot and kill a Savior to save Carol.

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* DoesNotLikeGuns: He is hesitant about guns since learning Akido (besides using them on walkers, anyway) and his new philosophy on not killing as he mostly just picks up one to check if it is empty and refuses to take one when the Wolves attack. Rick has to practically make him take one when he goes to look for Carol on his own and even though he starts carrying from that point on he is still hesitant to use one after having to shoot and kill a Savior to save Carol.


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* OutOfFocus: In Season 7A he only appears in two episodes (one of which only features him in a single scene), which is justified as the vast majority of the episodes take place away from the Kingdom.
27th Nov '16 9:23:27 AM JarvisLyttle
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* DoesNotLikeGuns: He is hesitant about guns since learning Akido and his new philosophy on not killing as he mostly just picks up one to check if it is empty and refuses to take one when the Wolves attack. Rick has to practically make him take one when he goes to look for Carol on his own and even though he starts carrying form that point on he is hesitant to use one after having to shoot and kill a Savior to save Carol.

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* DoesNotLikeGuns: He is hesitant about guns since learning Akido and his new philosophy on not killing as he mostly just picks up one to check if it is empty and refuses to take one when the Wolves attack. Rick has to practically make him take one when he goes to look for Carol on his own and even though he starts carrying form from that point on he is still hesitant to use one after having to shoot and kill a Savior to save Carol.
25th Nov '16 6:40:50 PM infernape612
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* ItWorksBetterWithBullets / NotWithTheSafetyOnYouWont: Rick tells him both in the pilot. He then racks the slide and presses the slide stop release ([[GunsDoNotWorkTHatWay because the gun has no safety]]).

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* ItWorksBetterWithBullets / NotWithTheSafetyOnYouWont: ItWorksBetterWithBullets[=/=]NotWithTheSafetyOnYouWont: Rick tells him both in the pilot. He then racks the slide and presses the slide stop release ([[GunsDoNotWorkTHatWay because the gun has no safety]]).
25th Nov '16 6:40:36 PM infernape612
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* ItWorksBetterWithBullets / NotWithTheSafetyOnYouWont: Rick tells him both in the pilot. He then racks the slide and presses the slide stop release ([[GunsDoNotWOrkTHatWay because the gun has no safety]]).

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* ItWorksBetterWithBullets / NotWithTheSafetyOnYouWont: Rick tells him both in the pilot. He then racks the slide and presses the slide stop release ([[GunsDoNotWOrkTHatWay ([[GunsDoNotWorkTHatWay because the gun has no safety]]).
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