History Characters / TheWalkingDeadTVShowOtherSurvivors

20th Feb '17 9:49:04 AM randomguy399
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** In "Rock in the Road", [[spoiler:he mysteriously disappears into the night with a bulk of Alexandria's supplies and weapons, and Rosita believes that Gabriel just went back into a petty man, deserting them.]] Of course, Rick doesn't believe in this.

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** In "Rock in the Road", [[spoiler:he mysteriously disappears into the night with a bulk of Alexandria's supplies and weapons, and Rosita believes that Gabriel just went back into a petty man, deserting them.]] Of course, Rick doesn't believe in this. [[spoiler:He's right -- Gabriel was kidnapped by one of the Scavengers and forced to take the supplies.]]



* NiceGuy: Subverted in Season 5: Gabriel is an affable if nervous fellow, but in this case being pleasant doesn't mean he's good. He's a judgmental coward with no understanding of how the world has changed. Following his HeelFaceTurn in Season 6 he has become much nicer and stable.

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* NiceGuy: Subverted in Season 5: Gabriel is an affable if nervous fellow, but in this case being pleasant doesn't mean he's good. He's a judgmental coward with no understanding of how the world has changed. Following his HeelFaceTurn in Season 6 he has become much nicer and stable.one of the friendliest characters on the show.



** Happens again, albeit under mysterious circumstances in "Rock in the Road", [[spoiler:taking most of Alexandria's supplies with him.]] Rick doesn't believe for one second he would have deserted them.

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** Happens again, albeit under mysterious circumstances in "Rock in the Road", [[spoiler:taking most of Alexandria's supplies with him.]] Rick doesn't believe for one second he would have deserted them. [[spoiler:He's right, as Gabriel was kidnapped by one of the Scavengers, who wanted supplies back after Rick and Aaron unknowingly looted from their boat.]]
20th Feb '17 9:11:52 AM Winner1
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* DecompositeCharacter: The show later introduces another group called the Scavengers, who are in more of a TrueNeutral territory than the ChaoticEvil of the Wolves.



* DecompositeCharacters: The show later introduces another group called the Scavengers, who are in more of a TrueNeutral territory than the ChaoticEvil of the Wolves.



* VillanDecay: They were originally implied to be dangerously intelligent [[TrapMaster trap masters]] who successfully tore down safe zones ForTheEvulz and once considered a serious threat towards Rick and his people. When they finally appear, they're nothing more than stupid brutes who rush in hacking and slashing people, failing to kill a single major character and getting wiped out entirely by the competent survivors.

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* VillanDecay: VillainDecay: They were originally implied to be dangerously intelligent [[TrapMaster trap masters]] who successfully tore down safe zones ForTheEvulz and once considered a serious threat towards Rick and his people. When they finally appear, they're nothing more than stupid brutes who rush in hacking and slashing people, failing to kill a single major character and getting wiped out entirely by the competent survivors.



* AdatationalPersonalityChange: She's pretty much nothing like the comic book Scavenger leader Derek.

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* AdatationalPersonalityChange: AdaptationalPersonalityChange: She's pretty much nothing like the comic book Scavenger leader Derek.
20th Feb '17 9:10:23 AM Winner1
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* VillanDecay: They were originally implied to be dangerously intelligent [[TrapMaster trap masters]] who successfully tore down safe zones ForTheEvulz and once considered a serious threat towards Rick and his people. When they finally appear, they're nothing more than stupid brutes who rush in hacking and slashing people, failing to kill a single major character and getting wiped out entirely by the competent survivors.



* AdatationPersonalityChange: She's pretty much nothing like the comic book Scavenger leader Derek.

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* AdatationPersonalityChange: AdatationalPersonalityChange: She's pretty much nothing like the comic book Scavenger leader Derek.
20th Feb '17 9:04:41 AM Winner1
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* AdaptationalHeroism: They team up with Alexandria as opposed to fighting it like in the comics.
* AdaptationalIntelligence: They show more intelligent strategic thinking than their TooDumbToLive comic counterparts.
* CrazyHomelessPeople: Definitely have this vibe going on with their soiled clothing, dirty appearance, and the fact that they all live in a junkyard.



* TrueNeutral: Exemplified by their motto: "We take. We don't bother."

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* EnemyMine: They form an uneasy alliance with Rick to combat the Saviors.
* TeethClenchedTeamwork: They make it clear that they aren't friends with Alexandria, but they are willing to help them combat the Saviors to steal their supplies.
* TheQuietOne: Most of the barely even speak.
* TokenEvilTeammate: They are the only morally questionable group in the Alexandria-Hilltop alliance.
* TrueNeutral: Their InUniverse stance. Exemplified by their motto: "We take. We don't bother."



* StrageSyntaxSpeaker: She doesn't use the word "I".

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* StrageSyntaxSpeaker: AdaptationNameChange: Going along with the GenderFlip, Jadis doesn't sound anything like Derek, the original leader of the group in the comics.
* AdatationPersonalityChange: She's pretty much nothing like the comic book Scavenger leader Derek.
* GenderFlip: The comic book Scavenger leader was originally a guy named Derek, but Jadis is the leader of the group here.
* InNameOnly: She share absolutely zero similarities to the original Scavengers leader Derek and is a different character entirely.
* StrangeSyntaxSpeaker:
She doesn't use the word "I".


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* CoDragons: She and Brion both serve as important lieutenants to Jadis.


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* CoDragons: He and Tamiel both serve as important lieutenants to Jadis.
20th Feb '17 8:21:41 AM Angelus25
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->''"Boy there's got a gang, 30 men. They have heavy artillery and they ain't looking to make friends. They roll through here, our boys are dead. And our women, they're gonna wish they were."''

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->''"Boy there's got a gang, 30 men. They have heavy artillery and they ain't looking to make friends. They roll through here, our boys are dead. And our women, they're gonna wish they were."''"''t



*DecompositeCharacters: The show later introduces another group called the Scavengers, who are in more of a TrueNeutral territory than the ChaoticEvil of the Wolves.



!Other Survivors

[[folder:Gabriel]]
!!Father Gabriel Stokes
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/twd_s7b_gabriel.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:''"I'm not gonna give up out there. I will not turn back, no matter what happens."'']]
->'''Portrayed By:''' Seth Gilliam

-->''"I'm a sinner. I sin almost every day. But those sins, I confess them to God, not strangers."''

Gabriel Stokes is a priest encountered by Rick's group of survivors after fleeing from Terminus. He holds refuge in a church that he's been holed up in since the apocalypse began, having locked out his own congregation to keep out the approaching walkers. He is haunted by having to listen to his followers be slaughtered thanks to his cowardice and has no martial skills two years into the apocalypse when he meets Rick's group. Gabriel offers his church and his food to them in gratitude for them saving his life, but is alienated from the group when he reveals his backstory of cowardice. His relationship with the group is further strained when the cannibals of Terminus attack, and Gabriel is left traumatized by the depths of Gareth's evil and Rick's brutal slaughter of the villains.

After getting his own church overrun, Gabriel is forced to join the group on the open road and presides over the funerals of the group's fallen members. The group does not accept him as family as they have each other, and Gabriel realizes this by the time they get to the sanctuary of Alexandria. He informs the community's leader, Deanna, of the "unspeakable" acts Rick's group have done, seriously pushing Deanna to evict them from the community. Torn apart by remorse for his lifetime of sins, Gabriel tries to commit suicide via walker and via Sasha, but Maggie ultimately is able to help him work past his demons and regain his faith in God.

Nevertheless, Gabriel's betrayal of the group becomes public knowledge and they almost refuse outright to make peace with him. Gabriel endeavored to atone for his sins by learning how to fight and to be a good shepherd to his flock, and a valuable ally to Rick and Alexandria. Despite Rick and the vast majority of the group's hatred of him after his betrayal, Gabriel proves himself during the Battle of Alexandria when he not only is a loyal team player, but rallies some of his congregation into battle. Gabriel soon becomes a trusted lieutenant of Rick's as they enter conflict with the Saviors.

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!Other Survivors

[[folder:Gabriel]]
!!Father Gabriel Stokes
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/twd_s7b_gabriel.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:''"I'm not gonna give up out there. I will not turn back, no matter what happens."'']]
!The Scavengers

[[folder:In General]]

->'''Portrayed By:''' Seth Gilliam

-->''"I'm a sinner. I sin almost every day. But those sins, I confess them to God, not strangers."''

Gabriel Stokes is a priest encountered by Rick's
Pollyanna [=McIntosh=], Sabrina Gennarino, Thomas Francis Murphy, Gino Crognale, Cory Jones

A
group of neutral survivors after fleeing from Terminus. He holds refuge in based at a church that he's been holed up in since the apocalypse began, having locked out his own congregation to keep out the approaching walkers. He is haunted by having to listen to his followers be slaughtered thanks to his cowardice and has no martial skills two years into the apocalypse when he meets Rick's group. Gabriel offers his church and his food to them in gratitude for them saving his life, but is alienated from the group when he reveals his backstory of cowardice. His relationship with the group is further strained when the cannibals of Terminus attack, and Gabriel is left traumatized by the depths of Gareth's evil and Rick's brutal slaughter of the villains.

After getting his own church overrun, Gabriel is forced to join the group on the open road and presides over the funerals of the group's fallen members. The group does not accept him as family as they have each other, and Gabriel realizes this by the time they get to the sanctuary of Alexandria. He informs the community's leader, Deanna, of the "unspeakable" acts Rick's group have done, seriously pushing Deanna to evict them from the community. Torn apart by remorse for his lifetime of sins, Gabriel tries to commit suicide via walker and via Sasha, but Maggie ultimately is able to help him work past his demons and regain his faith in God.

Nevertheless, Gabriel's betrayal of the group becomes public knowledge and they almost refuse outright to make peace with him. Gabriel endeavored to atone for his sins by learning how to fight and to be a good shepherd to his flock, and a valuable ally to Rick and Alexandria. Despite Rick and the vast majority of the group's hatred of him after his betrayal, Gabriel proves himself during the Battle of Alexandria when he not only is a loyal team player, but rallies some of his congregation into battle. Gabriel soon becomes a trusted lieutenant of Rick's as they enter conflict with the Saviors.
large junkyard.


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*DecompositeCharacter: They share the name with the Scavengers from the comic books, who had already been adapted for the show as the Wolves.
*TrueNeutral: Exemplified by their motto: "We take. We don't bother."

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Jadis]]

->'''Portrayed By:''' Pollyanna [=McIntosh=]

The leader of the Scavengers.
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*StrageSyntaxSpeaker: She doesn't use the word "I".
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Tamiel]]

->'''Portrayed By:''' Sabrina Gennarino

A member of the Scavengers.
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[[/folder]]

[[folder:Brion]]

->'''Portrayed By:''' Thomas Francis Murphy

A member of the Scavengers.
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[[/folder]]

!Other Survivors

[[folder:Gabriel]]
!!Father Gabriel Stokes
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/twd_s7b_gabriel.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:''"I'm not gonna give up out there. I will not turn back, no matter what happens."'']]
->'''Portrayed By:''' Seth Gilliam

-->''"I'm a sinner. I sin almost every day. But those sins, I confess them to God, not strangers."''

Gabriel Stokes is a priest encountered by Rick's group of survivors after fleeing from Terminus. He holds refuge in a church that he's been holed up in since the apocalypse began, having locked out his own congregation to keep out the approaching walkers. He is haunted by having to listen to his followers be slaughtered thanks to his cowardice and has no martial skills two years into the apocalypse when he meets Rick's group. Gabriel offers his church and his food to them in gratitude for them saving his life, but is alienated from the group when he reveals his backstory of cowardice. His relationship with the group is further strained when the cannibals of Terminus attack, and Gabriel is left traumatized by the depths of Gareth's evil and Rick's brutal slaughter of the villains.

After getting his own church overrun, Gabriel is forced to join the group on the open road and presides over the funerals of the group's fallen members. The group does not accept him as family as they have each other, and Gabriel realizes this by the time they get to the sanctuary of Alexandria. He informs the community's leader, Deanna, of the "unspeakable" acts Rick's group have done, seriously pushing Deanna to evict them from the community. Torn apart by remorse for his lifetime of sins, Gabriel tries to commit suicide via walker and via Sasha, but Maggie ultimately is able to help him work past his demons and regain his faith in God.

Nevertheless, Gabriel's betrayal of the group becomes public knowledge and they almost refuse outright to make peace with him. Gabriel endeavored to atone for his sins by learning how to fight and to be a good shepherd to his flock, and a valuable ally to Rick and Alexandria. Despite Rick and the vast majority of the group's hatred of him after his betrayal, Gabriel proves himself during the Battle of Alexandria when he not only is a loyal team player, but rallies some of his congregation into battle. Gabriel soon becomes a trusted lieutenant of Rick's as they enter conflict with the Saviors.
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13th Feb '17 12:28:36 PM TBNY
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** In "Rock in the Road", [[spoiler:he mysteriously disappears into the night with a bulk of Alexandria's supplies and weapons, and Rosita believes that Gabriel just went back into a petty man, deserting them.]] Of course, Rick doesn't believe in this.


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** Happens again, albeit under mysterious circumstances in "Rock in the Road", [[spoiler:taking most of Alexandria's supplies with him.]] Rick doesn't believe for one second he would have deserted them.
7th Feb '17 2:14:11 PM IndyRevolution
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* NoNameGiven: Only credited with the incredibly generic title "Male Survivor".

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* NoNameGiven: Only credited with the incredibly generic title "Male Survivor". Talking Dead gives us the much more catchy title "The Last Librarian."
22nd Jan '17 1:42:13 PM Chris116
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22nd Dec '16 2:07:38 PM PriceCheck
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* ActualPacifist: He swore a solemn vow to not kill another living thing, even in self-defence.

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* ActualPacifist: He swore a solemn vow to not kill another living thing, even in self-defence. Although this trope is downplayed in that he will fight if he's forced to, his emphasis on Aikido means that even when defending himself he's usually just minimizing harm to his opponents in favor of simply redirecting their attacks away from himself.



* BerserkButton: The one time he actually gets pissed off with Morgan's initial self-destructive behavior is when he breaks a painting his late daughter did.

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* BerserkButton: The one time he actually gets visibly pissed off with Morgan's initial self-destructive behavior is when he breaks a painting his late daughter did.
21st Dec '16 4:07:11 PM PriceCheck
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* EasilyForgiven: Very much averted at first, as almost ''nobody'' is willing to forgive him for his actions in Season 5. Carl is at least willing to try to help him learn to fight, but makes it clear that he's got a long way to go before he can get in anyone's good graces.
** He and Rick sort of make peace in "Start to Finish" after Gabriel spends most of the episode being a loyal team player. When Gabriel offers to take Judith to safety in his church in the following episode, Rick thanks him, thus putting an end to the animosity between them.
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