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27th Aug '16 7:25:28 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. If you have not seen the first five 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.season, and the character bios will be updated then as well. If you have not seen the first five seasons read at your own risk!
19th Aug '16 7:18:19 AM Da1tonTheGreat
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* DecompositeCharacter: His comic death of being bitten by a walker and having his arm amputated by Michonne, causing him to bleed out, goes to Tyreese in the show.
15th Aug '16 7:26:57 AM Da1tonTheGreat
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* NotUsingTheZWord: He calls zombies "walkers," introducing Rick to the term.



* BoomHeadshot: [[spoiler:Presumably at the hands of Paul.]]



* UncertainDoom: The last time we see her is with Paul pointing a gun at her head, telling him to shoot her if he thinks she is a murderer for providing mercy kills to those who give up hope, [[spoiler:specifically in regards to Karina]].

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* NotUsingTheZWord: She calls zombies "walking bodies."
* UncertainDoom: The last time we see her is with Paul pointing a gun at her head, telling him to shoot her if he thinks she is a murderer for providing mercy kills to those who give up hope, [[spoiler:specifically in regards to Karina]].[[spoiler:however, since she is not there when Rick wakes up, he almost certainly killed her.]]
25th Jul '16 12:50:14 AM 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. If you have not seen the first five 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. If you have not seen the first five seasons read at your own risk!
2nd Jun '16 8:19:37 PM Winner1
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* RecklessPacifist: Unfortunately, his pacifist ideology has come into conflict with Rick's group due to the fact that killing has grown into the much preferred norm of the zombie world. In fact, his choice to show mercy to [[AlwaysChaoticEvil the Wolves]] caused them to nearly murder his friends Rick and Denise.
8th Apr '16 1:54:19 PM Tempus22
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* PetTheDog:
** Gently shushes a walker before he puts it down in the Season 5 mid-finale stinger.
** Despite Carol coming across as a colossal bitch to him he still saves her life [[spoiler: by giving up his pacifist nature in order to kill a Savior trying to kill her.]]
4th Apr '16 5:54:04 PM Winner1
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* DumbassHasAPoint: He tells Rick that if he hadn't [[spoiler: saved the Alpha Wolf, then he would have never pulled his HeroicSacrifice to save Denise, who would eventually save Carl's life after he was fatally shot thanks to the former villain's final act of kindness.]] However, the extent of how right he is may be debatable.



* PacifistRun: He intends to deal with the zombie apocalypse by not killing a single human being ever again. [[spoiler: However, he's eventually forced kill again when he kills a Savior trying to kill Carol.]]



* PetTheDog: Gently shushes a walker before he puts it down in the Season 5 mid-finale stinger.

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* PetTheDog: PetTheDog:
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Gently shushes a walker before he puts it down in the Season 5 mid-finale stinger.stinger.
** Despite Carol coming across as a colossal bitch to him he still saves her life [[spoiler: by giving up his pacifist nature in order to kill a Savior trying to kill her.]]



* ThouShallNotKill: His newfound philosophy as of Season 5, but it causes some problems for him. Sparing the two Wolves who attacked him causes them to [[spoiler: find Alexandria and launch a full-scale attack on it. During said battle, he lets even ''more'' of them live, allowing them to escape with a gun. He even spares Owen, the Alpha Wolf, in order to reform him.]] It's implied, however, that he's willing to end someone's life if it means putting them out of their misery [[spoiler: as in the case of the bitten Eastman and Carter]].

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* ThouShallNotKill: His newfound philosophy as of Season 5, but it causes some problems for him. Sparing the two Wolves who attacked him causes them to [[spoiler: find Alexandria and launch a full-scale attack on it. During said battle, he lets even ''more'' of them live, allowing them to escape with a gun. He even spares Owen, the Alpha Wolf, in order to reform him.]] It's implied, however, that he's willing to end someone's life if it means putting them out of their misery [[spoiler: as in the case of the bitten Eastman and Carter]].Carter. Unfortunately, in "Last Day on Earth" he gives up his no killing policy and guns down a Savior trying to murder Carol.]]
23rd Mar '16 2:11:53 PM Da1tonTheGreat
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* AdaptationalBadass: The comic book version of Morgan was much less capable of kicking ass, having never fortified the town or built booby-traps, and could barely get a headshot on a walker.

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* AdaptationalBadass: The comic book version of Morgan was much less capable of kicking ass, having never fortified the town or built booby-traps, and could barely get a headshot on a walker.walker, let alone become proficient in aikido.



* AscendedExtra: After being a recurring character for the first few seasons of the show, Rick and Morgan's relationship forms the "spine" of Season 6 once he rejoins the main cast, PromotionToOpeningTitles and all. This is also is in play when one considers his comic counterpart, who quickly faded into the background upon his rejoining the group, whereas this Morgan is a major character.
* TheAloner: Despite reconciling with Rick, he refuses to join him at the prison (partially because he realizes Rick is preparing for his war with The Governor), but accepts a map to the prison until he can "get clear". He eventually sets out to join Rick, but only finds the destroyed prison. He continues on and finds Rick many miles from Atlanta in "Conquer".

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* AscendedExtra: After being a an infrequently recurring character for the first few seasons of the show, five seasons, Rick and Morgan's relationship forms the "spine" of Season 6 once he rejoins the main cast, PromotionToOpeningTitles and all. This is also is in play when one considers his comic counterpart, who quickly faded into the background upon his rejoining the group, whereas this Morgan is a major character.
* TheAloner: Despite reconciling with Rick, he refuses to join him at the prison (partially because he realizes Rick is preparing for his war with The Governor), but accepts a map to the prison until he can "get clear". He eventually sets out to join Rick, but only finds leaves [[spoiler:and encounters Eastman before heading in the destroyed prison. He continues on and finds Rick many direction of Terminus. After finding Rick's map, he travels the over 650 miles from Atlanta in "Conquer".between Terminus and Washington, D.C., all on his own.]]



* CassandraTruth: A downplayed example. Morgan partially refuses to join the prison in the third season because he says he's unwilling to bear witness to the horrors of whatever war Rick is gearing up for. When he finally does go to the prison, sure enough, he finds it destroyed after the final battle with The Governor.

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* CassandraTruth: A downplayed example. Morgan partially refuses to join the prison in the third season because he says he's unwilling to bear witness to the horrors of whatever war Rick is gearing up for. When he finally does go to the prison, sure Sure enough, he finds it the prison is destroyed after the final battle with The Governor.



* DespairEventHorizon: Duane being turned by his undead wife, which he was previously unable to bring himself to kill. By Season 5, he's recovered and become much more emotionally stable. [[spoiler:However, Season 6 implies that his sanity is tied to his newfound pacifism and adherence to Aikido, so he's not fully recovered yet.]]

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* DespairEventHorizon: Duane being turned killed by his undead wife, which he was previously unable to bring himself to kill. By Season 5, he's recovered and become much more emotionally stable. [[spoiler:However, Season 6 implies that his sanity is tied to his newfound pacifism and adherence to Aikido, aikido, so he's not fully recovered yet.]]



* FallenHero: In Season 3. Duane's death turned Morgan almost completely insane, booby trapping an entire town, and robbing and threatening travelers. He gets better by Season 5.

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* FallenHero: In Season 3. Duane's death turned Morgan almost completely insane, booby trapping an entire town, and robbing and threatening killing travelers. He gets better by Season 5.



* TheQuest: After being reformed by Eastman, he embarks on one to find Rick, traveling from the prison all the way to Virginia.

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* TheQuest: After being reformed by Eastman, he embarks on one to find Rick, traveling from the prison all the way sanctuary and community at Terminus. When he finds evidence of Rick's location, he travels over 650 miles to Virginia.
22nd Mar '16 12:57:46 PM Chris116
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* TheFriendNobodyLikes: After publicly denouncing Rick's plan to [[spoiler: battle the Saviors]], he's starting to become this in Alexandria.



* TheQuest: He has been on one for quite some time, trying to find Rick's group. He succeeds in "Conquer".

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* TheQuest: He has been After being reformed by Eastman, he embarks on one for quite some time, trying to find Rick's group. He succeeds in "Conquer".Rick, traveling from the prison all the way to Virginia.



* SanitySlippage: After Duane is killed by his zombie wife and he has to put them both down. He writes fanatically on walls including basic reminders, creates death traps for and robs any travellers, and has become obsessed with clearing the town of walkers in a penance for Duane. By Season 5, he's much more sane.

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* SanitySlippage: After Duane is killed by his zombie wife and he has to put them both down. He writes fanatically on walls including basic reminders, creates death traps for and robs any travellers, travelers, and has become obsessed with clearing the town of walkers in a penance for Duane. By Thanks to Eastman's counseling, by Season 5, he's much more sane.



* ShoutOut: To ''Series/{{Jericho}}''. The scene in which Morgan appears to shoot his wife is shot from the same angle, and is almost identical, to a scene in which Robert Hawkins is defending the titular town.
* SimpleStaff: A walking stick as he traveled from King County to the church, via Terminus.

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
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To ''Series/{{Jericho}}''. The scene in which Morgan appears to shoot his wife is shot from the same angle, and is almost identical, to a scene in which Robert Hawkins is defending the titular town.
** To ''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles''. Morgan learned how to fight with a bo staff from a man named Eastman, who shares a name with the creator of said franchise; and Lennie James learned it behind the scenes from one of the original stunt doubles for Donatello.
* SimpleStaff: A walking stick as bo staff he traveled acquired from King County to the church, via Terminus.Eastman.



* ThouShallNotKill: His newfound philosophy as of Season 5, but it causes some problems for him. Sparing the two Wolves who attacked him causes them to [[spoiler: find Alexandria and launch a full-scale attack on it. During said battle, he lets even ''more'' of them live, allowing them to escape with a gun. He even spares Owen, the Alpha Wolf, in order to reform him.]]

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* ThouShallNotKill: His newfound philosophy as of Season 5, but it causes some problems for him. Sparing the two Wolves who attacked him causes them to [[spoiler: find Alexandria and launch a full-scale attack on it. During said battle, he lets even ''more'' of them live, allowing them to escape with a gun. He even spares Owen, the Alpha Wolf, in order to reform him.]]]] It's implied, however, that he's willing to end someone's life if it means putting them out of their misery [[spoiler: as in the case of the bitten Eastman and Carter]].



* UndyingLoyalty: He has more or less developed this to Rick, given that he was willing to cross half of the overrun North American continent to find his old friend. When he meets Daryl and Aaron, he refuses the latter's offer to bring him to Alexandria, as he believes he must continue his search for Rick elsewhere, but thankfully, he gets the best of both worlds as Rick is at Alexandria. Afterwards, he's hesitant about Rick's orders since they almost always involve killing, but he still is usually right behind him.



* WalkingTheEarth: In Season 5. [[spoiler:He burns down King County and wanders around the woods as a madman before encountering Eastman. After his mentor's death,]] Morgan heads towards Terminus. When he discovers Rick's warning, he follows the Termites' trail markers to their base at the school, then to Gabriel's church, where he finds Abraham's map. After that, he heads through George, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Virginia before encountering Daryl and Aaron.
searching for survivors from the prison and Terminus until he discovers Abraham's note to Rick in the church.

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* WalkingTheEarth: In Season 5. [[spoiler:He He burns down King County and wanders around the woods as a madman before encountering Eastman. Eastman, who helps him regain his sanity. [[spoiler: After his mentor's death,]] Morgan heads towards Terminus. When he discovers Rick's warning, he follows the Termites' Hunters' trail markers to their base at the school, then to Gabriel's church, where he finds Abraham's map. After that, he heads through George, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Virginia before encountering Daryl and Aaron.
searching for survivors from the prison and Terminus until he discovers Abraham's note to Rick in the church.
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** He seems alarmed by the sight of the bloody Rick who just executed Pete in "Conquer".
** In Season 6, he is disturbed by Rick's more violent and pragmatic nature, which contrasts with Morgan's newfound idealistic worldview.
** He is similarly disturbed by [[spoiler: Carol's]] ruthlessness [[spoiler: when defending Alexandria]].

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** He seems alarmed by the sight of the bloody Rick who just executed Pete in "Conquer".
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"Conquer". In the immediate aftermath in Season 6, he is disturbed by Rick's more violent and pragmatic nature, which contrasts with Morgan's newfound idealistic worldview.
** He is similarly disturbed by [[spoiler: Carol's]] Carol's ruthlessness [[spoiler: when defending Alexandria]]. Alexandria]].
** He has one to all of Alexandria when they are convinced to [[spoiler: battle the Saviors and assassinate Negan]], but he's handily overruled.
6th Mar '16 1:08:06 PM Da1tonTheGreat
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* AbsenteeActor: Morgan's comparatively smaller role in the series than the comics is partially due to Lennie James' busy schedule. Morgan was to join the main cast in Season 5, but when James' schedule didn't permit it, the show runners nevertheless resolved to have him in as much as possible, so Morgan had two uncredited cameos in TheStinger's of "No Sanctuary" and "Coda", and a full appearance in "Conquer". He then becomes a regular for Season 6.

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* AbsenteeActor: Morgan's comparatively smaller role in the series than the comics is partially due Prior to Season 6, Lennie James' James's busy schedule. Morgan was to join the main cast schedule prevented him from having a larger role, which is why he did not appear in Season 5, but when James' schedule didn't permit it, the show runners 2. The producers nevertheless resolved to have him in as much as possible, so Morgan had two uncredited cameos in TheStinger's of "No Sanctuary" and "Coda", and a full appearance in "Conquer". He then becomes a regular for Season 6.



* ArchEnemy: In season 6, the Alpha Wolf becomes his.

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* ArchEnemy: In season 6, Owen the Alpha Wolf becomes his.



* TheAtoner: For not being able shoot his un-dead wife before she bites their son, he puts himself in a self-imposed penance to clear the town of walkers (and other humans, for that matter).

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* TheAtoner: For not being able shoot his un-dead undead wife before she bites their son, he puts himself in a self-imposed penance to clear the town of walkers (and other humans, for that matter).



* {{Badass}}: By Season 3, he's become a full-fledged one, at the cost of his sanity. Season 5 shows that although he's recovered mentally, he hasn't lost his edge at all when he dominates two members of the Wolves in a fight.

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* {{Badass}}: By Season 3, he's become a full-fledged one, at the cost of his sanity. Season 5 shows that although he's recovered mentally, he hasn't lost his edge at all when he dominates two members of the Wolves in a fight.fight. [[spoiler: In Season 6, he fights off ''five'' Wolves without breaking a sweat.]]



* ChristianityIsCatholic: Seems to be, as he gripped a set of beads while praying in Gabriel's church.
* CoolShades: Sports one in Season 5.
* CrazyPrepared: By Season 3, his new base has been laced with booby traps for Walkers and even outlined with escape routes using drawn arrows on the ground for every possible scenario. Also his firearms and ammunition stock...

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* ChristianityIsCatholic: Seems to be, as he gripped grips a set of beads while praying in Gabriel's church.
* CoolShades: Sports one a pair in Season 5.
"Coda."
* CrazyPrepared: By Season 3, his new base has been laced with booby traps for Walkers walkers and even outlined with escape routes using drawn arrows on the ground for every possible scenario. Also his firearms and ammunition stock...



* DespairEventHorizon: Duane being turned by his Walker-turned wife, which he was previously unable to bring himself to kill. By Season 5, he's recovered and become much more emotionally stable.

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* DespairEventHorizon: Duane being turned by his Walker-turned undead wife, which he was previously unable to bring himself to kill. By Season 5, he's recovered and become much more emotionally stable. [[spoiler:However, Season 6 implies that his sanity is tied to his newfound pacifism and adherence to Aikido, so he's not fully recovered yet.]]



* FromNobodyToNightmare: An interesting case, considering he was just a father trying to look out for his son. When his son died after being attacked by Morgan's Walker wife, the one he failed to stop, Morgan's outlook just changed. Collecting enough guns to start a war, he then manages to turn King County into one big old deathtrap for Walkers and for anyone else that came through town.

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* FromNobodyToNightmare: An interesting case, considering he was just a father trying to look out for his son. When his son died after being attacked by Morgan's Walker walker wife, the one he failed to stop, Morgan's outlook just changed. Collecting enough guns to start a war, he then manages to turn King County into one big old deathtrap for Walkers walkers and for anyone else that came through town.



** GoodVersusGood: [[spoiler: He and Carol nearly ''kill'' each other while fighting over the fate of the Alpha Wolf. But, they both end up knocked out because of their fight and he escapes with Denise held hostage.]]
* GoodIsNotSoft: Despite his adamant ThouShaltNotKill policy from Season Five onwards, he still won't hesitate to beat the shit out of hostile people who attack him. Every single Wolf that attacks him gets their ass kicked. [[spoiler: And he's willing to beat Carol, who's in her 50's and suffering from a concussion, when she tries to kill W Man.]]

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** GoodVersusGood: [[spoiler: He and Carol nearly ''kill'' each other while fighting over the fate of Owen the Alpha Wolf. But, they both end up knocked out because of their fight and he escapes with Denise held hostage.]]
* GoodIsNotSoft: Despite his adamant ThouShaltNotKill policy from Season Five onwards, he still won't hesitate to beat the shit out of hostile people who attack him. Every single Wolf that attacks him gets their ass kicked. [[spoiler: And he's willing to beat Carol, who's in her 50's and suffering from a concussion, when she tries to kill W Man.Owen.]]



* HonorBeforeReason: He insists on [[spoiler: sparing the Wolves who attack Alexandria]] even though it means they'll escape and likely return for vengeance. [[spoiler:He is so adamant about his no killing policy that in "Start to Finish" he gets into a fight with Carol and ''knocks her out'' because she wanted to kill the Alpha Wolf. Of course, this only allows him to escape and take Denise as a hostage.]]

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* HonorBeforeReason: He insists on [[spoiler: sparing the Wolves who attack Alexandria]] even though it means they'll escape and likely return for vengeance. [[spoiler:He is so adamant about his no killing policy that in "Start to Finish" he gets into a fight with Carol and ''knocks her out'' because she wanted to kill the Alpha Wolf.Owen. Of course, this only allows him to escape and take Denise as a hostage.]]



* IWillFindYou: Morgan followed Rick's directions to the prison, then followed tracks of prison survivors to Terminus, then the Hunters' markings on trees all in effort to find Rick or those that know him. He finally gets a solid lead in Coda and makes the solo trek to Alexandria by the season finale.
* KillTheOnesYouLove: Forced by circumstances to kill his wife and son.

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* IWillFindYou: Morgan followed After Terminus turns out to be a bust, he finds a map to Washington, D.C. with Rick's directions to the prison, then followed tracks of prison survivors to Terminus, then the Hunters' markings name on trees all in effort it and subsequently travels over 650 miles to find Rick or those that know him. He finally gets a solid lead in Coda and makes the solo trek to Alexandria by the season finale.
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* KillTheOnesYouLove: Forced by circumstances to kill his zombified wife and son.



* MartialPacifist: Becomes this in Season 5, he fights off but spares the two 'wolves' that wanted to take his supplies and kill him.
* MissedHimByThatMuch: Morgan is around two to three weeks behind the main cast, based on how overgrown and tarnished Rick's sign is by the time he finds it. He doesn't end up reaching the group until the season finale.
* MrExposition: He explains to Rick about the Walkers, and also tells him about the evacuation zone in Atlanta.

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* MartialPacifist: Becomes this in Season 5, he fights off but spares the two 'wolves' Wolves that wanted to take his supplies and kill him.
* MissedHimByThatMuch: Morgan is around reaches the church only two to or three weeks behind the main cast, based on how overgrown and tarnished Rick's sign is by the time he finds it. He doesn't end up reaching the group until the season finale.
group, at which point they have already gone to Virginia.
* MrExposition: He explains to Rick (and, by extension, the audience) about the Walkers, walkers, and also tells him about the evacuation zone in Atlanta.



* MyWayOrTheHighway: Refuses to break his ThouShaltNotKill mindset in Season Six and gives people hell for not following his ideology - even if the victims are TheUnfettered and unrepentant Wolves - and [[spoiler: outright beats Carol into unconsciousness when she tries to kill W Man.]]

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* MyWayOrTheHighway: Refuses to break his ThouShaltNotKill mindset in Season Six and gives people hell for not following his ideology - even if the victims are TheUnfettered and unrepentant Wolves - and [[spoiler: outright beats Carol into unconsciousness when she tries to kill W Man.Owen.]]



** In addition, his unwillingness to kill [[spoiler: Alpha Wolf]] ends up getting [[spoiler:Denise taken hostage.]]

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** In addition, his unwillingness to kill [[spoiler: Alpha Wolf]] Owen]] ends up getting [[spoiler:Denise taken hostage.]]



* SaveTheVillain: [[spoiler: He spared the Alpha Wolf and brought him into Alexandria in order to reform him. He goes so far as to fight Carol when she tries to kill him. Unfortunately, the Alpha has no interest in being redeemed.]]

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* SaveTheVillain: [[spoiler: He spared the Alpha Wolf Owen and brought imprisoned him into in Alexandria in order to reform him, just like Eastman did for him. He goes so far as to fight Carol when she tries to kill him. the Wolf. Unfortunately, the Alpha Owen has no interest in being redeemed.]]



* SimpleStaff: A walking stick as he traveled from King County to the church, via the prison and Terminus.

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* SimpleStaff: A walking stick as he traveled from King County to the church, via the prison and Terminus.



* TechnicalPacifist: If you interpret Morgan blaring a car horn near two unconscious Wolves as a lure for walkers. However, WordOfGod confirms that he was just checking to see if walkers were in the area and didn't want to kill them. More generally, although he's not willing to take a life after his time with Eastman, he has no problems with beating others up.
* ThouShallNotKill: His newfound philosophy as of Season 5, but it causes some problems for him. Sparing the two Wolves who attacked him causes them to [[spoiler: find Alexandria and launch a full-scale attack on it. During said battle, he lets even ''more'' of them live, allowing them to escape with a gun. He even spares the Alpha Wolf in order to save his soul from evil.]]
* TookALevelInBadass: In the first episode Morgan was a fairly rusty shot, and preferred to just hide from walkers. By Season 3, he has fortified King County, apparently robbed dozens of people passing through, and came close to killing Rick, Michonne, and Carl on his own. By Season 5, he's even more badass now that he's sane, effortlessly taking out the two Wolves who attack him.

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* TechnicalPacifist: If you interpret Morgan blaring a car horn near two unconscious Wolves as a lure for walkers. However, WordOfGod confirms that he was just checking to see if walkers were in the area and didn't want to kill them. More generally, although Although he's not willing to take a life after his time with Eastman, he has no problems with beating others up.
* ThouShallNotKill: His newfound philosophy as of Season 5, but it causes some problems for him. Sparing the two Wolves who attacked him causes them to [[spoiler: find Alexandria and launch a full-scale attack on it. During said battle, he lets even ''more'' of them live, allowing them to escape with a gun. He even spares Owen, the Alpha Wolf Wolf, in order to save his soul from evil.reform him.]]
* TookALevelInBadass: In the first episode Morgan was a fairly rusty shot, and preferred to just hide from walkers. By Season 3, he has fortified King County, apparently robbed dozens of people passing through, and came close to killing Rick, Michonne, and Carl on his own. By Season 5, he's even more badass now that he's sane, [[spoiler: and trained in Aikido]], effortlessly taking out the two Wolves who attack him.



* WalkingTheEarth: In Season 5, searching for survivors from the prison and Terminus until he discovers Abraham's note to Rick in the church.

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* WalkingTheEarth: In Season 5, 5. [[spoiler:He burns down King County and wanders around the woods as a madman before encountering Eastman. After his mentor's death,]] Morgan heads towards Terminus. When he discovers Rick's warning, he follows the Termites' trail markers to their base at the school, then to Gabriel's church, where he finds Abraham's map. After that, he heads through George, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Virginia before encountering Daryl and Aaron.
searching for survivors from the prison and Terminus until he discovers Abraham's note to Rick in the church.



* WouldHitAGirl: [[spoiler: Is perfectly willing to beat Carol into unconsciousness when she tries to kill W Man, since he's dead set on redeeming the villain and refuses to break ThouShaltNotKill.]]

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* WouldHitAGirl: [[spoiler: Is perfectly willing to beat Carol into unconsciousness when she tries to kill W Man, Owen, since he's dead set on redeeming the villain and refuses to break ThouShaltNotKill.]]
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