History Characters / TheWalkingDeadTVShowOtherSurvivors

8th Feb '16 9:29:27 PM Da1tonTheGreat
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No he wasn't.
* RaceLift: Derek, the leader of the Scavengers in the comics, was African-American.
7th Feb '16 1:26:26 PM wdfan
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* BigBad: So far for season 6.
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* BigBad: So far for season 6.BigBadEnsemble: The massive herd of walkers heading toward Alexandria is the main threat in the first half of Season 6, but the Alpha Wolf serves as the most prominent human antagonist alongside the much less threatening [[BigBadWannabe Ron]].
6th Feb '16 9:13:15 AM wdfan
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* AdaptationalWimp: ZigZagged. He is even ''more'' of a coward and NonActionGuy than his comic book counterpart, if that's possible. Case in point: in "Crossed" he sneaks out of the church and abandons the group, something that didn't happen in the comics. However, he does ''chokeslam'' a Walker after he snuck out of the church on his own, and kills his first walker earlier than he did in the comics.
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* AdaptationalWimp: ZigZagged. He is even ''more'' of a coward and NonActionGuy than his comic book counterpart, if that's possible. Case in point: in "Crossed" he sneaks out of the church and abandons the group, something that didn't happen in the comics. However, he does ''chokeslam'' a Walker after he snuck out of the church on his own, and kills his first walker earlier than he did in the comics. He becomes a full AdaptationalBadass by Season 6 when he starts learning how to fight much earlier than his comic counterpart.
5th Feb '16 7:31:16 AM wdfan
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* NotAfraidToDie: Not exactly a DeathSeeker, but the prospect of being killed doesn't faze him in the least. He even encourages Morgan and Carol to do so.
5th Feb '16 7:25:43 AM wdfan
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* {{Sadist}}: An even more prominent example than the rest of his group. He gleefully admits in "Start to Finish" that [[spoiler: taking Denise as a hostage]] isn't necessary; it's obvious he just likes to cause pain and suffering whenever he can.
3rd Feb '16 5:39:44 PM wdfan
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!The Saviors [[folder:Negan]] !Negan ->'''Portrayed By''': Creator/JeffreyDeanMorgan A powerful man who makes himself known at the end of the sixth season. He leads a community of sorts through intimidation.
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!The Saviors [[folder:Negan]] !Negan !Other Survivors [[folder:Gabriel]] !!Father Gabriel Stokes [[quoteright:300:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/twds6gabriel.jpg]] [[caption-width-right:300:''"I have no weapons of any kind. The word of God is the only protection I need."'']] ->'''Portrayed By''': Creator/JeffreyDeanMorgan A powerful man who makes himself known at 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 end 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 sixth season. 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 leads a community informs the community's leader, Deanna, of sorts through intimidation.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 now seeks to atone for his sins by learning how to fight and truly be a good shepherd to his flock, and a valuable ally to Rick and Alexandria.

* BigBad: Will take the reins for Season 7. * TheDreaded: If the reverence his flunkies give him when he's not present is any indication. * EvilSoundsDeep: His actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan has a distinctive BadassBaritone voice. * GreaterScopeVillain: For Season 6. His group's presence is first felt quite a while before his debut, and grows stronger as the season progresses while the main cast has other, more pressing issues on their plate. * LargeAndInCharge: TheLeader of the Saviors and towers over them. * LastEpisodeNewCharacter: PlayedWith. His name is first spoken in the midseason finale of Season 6, but he does not appear in person until the final episode of the entire season. * TheLeader: Of the Saviors. * WalkingSpoiler: Revealing his role spoils who he leads which won't be revealed until the last episode of season 6.
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* BigBad: Will take ActualPacifist: He hates fighting even if the reins situation calls for it. He's potentially the first character since Season 7. * TheDreaded: If 1 who isn't shown owning a weapon. -->'''Gabriel:''' I have no weapons of any kind. The word of God is the reverence only protection I need. * AdaptationExpansion: He gets a lot more to do here than in the comics. * AdaptationalVillainy: This version of Gabriel is more actively malicious in his flunkies speech to Deanna when trying to get Rick's group kicked out of Alexandria. However, he's trying to reform and make up for his misdeeds. * AdaptationalWimp: ZigZagged. He is even ''more'' of a coward and NonActionGuy than his comic book counterpart, if that's possible. Case in point: in "Crossed" he sneaks out of the church and abandons the group, something that didn't happen in the comics. However, he does ''chokeslam'' a Walker after he snuck out of the church on his own, and kills his first walker earlier than he did in the comics. * AgeLift: He is in his late thirties in the comic. According to TheOtherWiki, he is in his early to mid-forties in the show. This is probably evidenced when the show made him bald. * AsTheGoodBookSays: A firm believer of TheBible and the words of {{God}}. His church displays readings of verses related to the dead and resurrection, appropriately enough. * TheAtoner: In the Season 6 premiere, Gabriel tries his best to help out around Alexandria, but is denied a chance at every turn. In the next episode he decides to start learning how to fight so he can contribute more. * BadassPreacher: Averted; he's one of the least capable characters on the show. Subverted after "Start to Finish", where he actively fights alongside Rick after [[spoiler:Alexandria gets overrun.]] * BaldBlackLeaderGuy: WordOfGod implies that he served as head of his parish. * BitchInSheepsClothing: He acts pretty pleasant and polite but in reality is a selfish coward. He later attempts to reform himself. * ButtMonkey: The group never accepts him as one of their own and often disrespects him; when he tries to counsel Maggie (being a priest, it's probably the only thing he's good for in the group), she harshly rejects him. Even Carl acts condescending to him, and in Season 6 it's a minor RunningGag that Rick treats him like shit. Fortunately, he manages to become a true member of the group and outgrows this. * CharacterDevelopment: Goes from a selfish coward who gladly sells out the group to save his own skin to a team player who contributes greatly to the survival of his friends. * DarkAndTroubledPast: After Atlanta was bombed in the early days of the ZombieApocalypse, he locked his church and refused to let in a group seeking refuge. The noise they made trying to get in brought Walkers out of the woods, and they were killed and devoured while he listened. * DeathSeeker: In the Season 5 finale, he approaches a walker to let himself be bitten but recants at the last minute. Later in the episode not only does he leave the gates of Alexandria open but when Sasha has him at gunpoint and Maggie stops her Gabriel tells her she should've let Sasha kill him. * DespairEventHorizon: Passes it when he becomes a DeathSeeker and takes his first human life. He gets better in Season 6. * DirtyCoward: He locked his church's doors to his parishioners, leading to them being devoured by the dead. He has limits though, as shown by staying quiet even when the Hunters give him a chance to leave peacefully. He grows out of this in Season 6. * EasilyForgiven: Very much Averted, 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. * TheFriendNobodyLikes: Gabriel never quite fits into Rick's group before they arrive at the Safe-Zone, and it's made clear that several members dislike him and don't consider him to be "family". Gabriel seems to realize this too, as he becomes an UngratefulBastard as soon as the group gets to Alexandria and tries to get Deanna to kick them out. ** Pushed to it's logical extremes in the Season 6 opener, where Rick doesn't even want him ''burying bodies.'' And when Gabriel offers his help with the group's walker-control plan, Rick shuts him down without even looking at him. *** UpToEleven in "Heads Up", when he's not present is any indication. * EvilSoundsDeep: His actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan has putting up signs for a distinctive BadassBaritone voice. * GreaterScopeVillain: For Season 6. His prayer circle later that day, and Rick ''tears them down nonchalantly''. At this point, Rick's made Gabriel his bitch. ** After taking a huge [[TookALevelInBadass level in badass]] in "Start to Finish", it seems that he's finally earned the group's presence respect. * GentleGiant: Surprisingly proves himself so when he's able to lift a walker off the ground stock-armed, but is first felt quite a while before unable to finish it off. * GiveMeASign: Believes that Rick was sent by God. * GoodShepherd: Completely averted, as he allowed his debut, congregation to get eaten to save himself. * HateSink: It's pretty clear that despite his pleasantness, his selfish and cowardly attitude makes him unlikable despite trying to make things up. He ultimately grows stronger as the out of this. * HazyFeelTurn: As of season progresses while 6, he's ''trying'' to atone for all the main cast has other, more pressing issues horrible things he did in his past, but nobody is willing to give him a chance. Very likely because they don't feel safe with him. It becomes a full HeelFaceTurn when he actively helps out the group in "Start to Finish" and makes it clear that he will no longer be a coward. * HeelRealization: He's realized the error of his ways and desires to atone for his sins. Unfortunately, nobody believes him, until he finally becomes a true team player when [[spoiler: the walkers overrun Alexandria.]] * HeroicWannabe: Gabriel wants to be a genuine hero like Rick, but he doesn't exactly have the skills or intelligence to back him up. A major part of his CharacterDevelopment involves him growing out of this. * {{Hypocrite}}: He encourages Deanna to kick out Rick's group on their plate. * LargeAndInCharge: TheLeader the basis that they have done "unspeakable things". Never mind that Gabriel was the one who ''locked out his entire congregation at the beginning of the Saviors and towers over them. apocalypse, letting them all get eaten by walkers''. * LastEpisodeNewCharacter: PlayedWith. His name InMysteriousWays: He's a firm believer in this. * ItsAllAboutMe: Feels that he is first spoken the only member of Rick's group who deserves to live in the midseason finale "paradise" that is Alexandria. In "Conquer", he leaves the gates of Alexandria open just because ''he'' is a DeathSeeker, and later mocks the deaths of Bob and Tyreese to Sasha's face in a selfish attempt to get her to MercyKill him. * JerkWithAHeartOfJerk: In Season 5. In case you thought that Gabriel was trying to redeem himself, in "Spend" [[UngratefulBastard he tries to convince Deanna to kick Rick's group out of Alexandria on the basis that they are "bad people".]]Then in "Conquer" he endangers all of Alexandria by not bothering to close the gates, then tries to force the mentally unstable Sasha to kill him. ** JerkWithAHeartOfGold: In Season 6, he finally begins making genuine strides to redeem himself for his cowardly and selfish actions. * KarmaHoudini: Maggie convinces Sasha to spare him after he attacks her, and thus he survives Season 5 without much of a comeuppance for his actions. In Season 6, however, he is still hated by Rick's group for most of the first half of the season, subverting this since his road to redemption is not an easy one. * KickTheDog: He taunts Sasha over the deaths of Bob and Tyreese in an attempt to make her kill him. * TheLoad: He's not even wanted as a ''counselor''. As of Season 6, he's making an attempt to grow out of this. * MercyKill: His first human kill is this. Later, he asks Sasha to grant him one when he passes the DespairEventHorizon following this. She almost does, but he does not appear is stopped by Maggie. * NiceGuy: Subverted. Gabriel is an affable if nervous fellow, but in person until this case being pleasant doesn't mean he's good. He's a judgmental coward with no understanding of how the final world has changed. * NiceJobBreakingItHero: After leaving the church to examine the Hunters camp for evidence of what kind of people they were, he returns only to accidentally lead a herd of walkers inside the church. * NiceJobFixingItVillain: His decision to leave Alexandria's gate open brings zombies inside the safe zone. Fortunately, Rick finds and kills them before anyone's hurt. But it's this action that contributes to the people accepting Rick into Alexandria permanently. * NonActionGuy: He is first seen lying on top of a rock, kicking at walkers and yelling for help and is rescued by Rick and his group. Later, he has to be aggressively prodded by Rick into joining the scouting mission at the food bank. During the mission, he even tries to bail as he's so frightened by the walkers. ** In "Them", he steps in and helps the group hold the barn door shut when a large herd of zombies try to break in, showing that he is at least TRYING to earn the group's respect. Seth Gilliam said on the following episode of Talking Dead that he felt this was the entire season. * TheLeader: Of moment when the Saviors. * WalkingSpoiler: Revealing group accepted him as one of their own. ** "Spend" shows that Gabriel actually has no intention of being accepted by the group, and in fact wants them kicked out of Alexandria for the "unspeakable" actions they have commited. ** In "Conquer", he finally kills his role spoils who first walker, and mercy kills a partially eaten human a few seconds later. He breaks down in tears because of this. As of "JSS", Carl is starting to teach him how to fight. ** More or less grows out of this in "Start to Finish." * NotSoDifferent: In "Conquer", he leads which won't be revealed until is just like Sasha when struggling with his own morality. * PreacherMan: What he is. He presides over Tyreese's, and presumably Beth's funerals. * ScrewThisImOuttaHere: Decides to leave Rick's group and his church because he feels he needs to go to the last Hunters camp and see if they were really as bad as what he had been told. Although he finds a bible, he quickly returns to the church after discovering Bob's partially eaten leg. He later admits to Michonne that he understands why they did what they did to the Hunters. * SecondEpisodeIntroduction: Introduced in the second episode of Season 5, "Strangers". * SinisterMinister: Averted, despite Rick and Sasha's suspicions. He's just an ordinary priest on his own. Played straight in "Conquer". * SixthRanger: To Rick's group in Season 5. ** SixthRangerTraitor: Betrays Rick's group when he realizes he's TheFriendNobodyLikes. As of Season 6 though, he's making an effort to try and redeem himself. * TookALevelInBadass: Downplayed. In the Season 5 finale, he was going to commit suicide by letting a walker eat him, but could not go through with it, so he grabs the Walker by the neck with a noose and chokes it to death so hard that its head gets ripped off by the rope's pressure and than presume to smashes its skull with a stone. He also smashes a dying man's head in after he got partly eaten by the very same zombie he killed. In the same finale Gabriel gets into a scuffle with Sasha and grapples so aggressively with her that she struggles to aim her rifle at him for several minutes. ** He's also capable of [[spoiler: preventing one of the Wolves from knifing him to death. He manages to hold off his attacker until Morgan arrives just in time to save him.]] ** By mid-Season 6, he actively fights when [[spoiler: walkers break through Alexandria's walls, telling Rick that this time he will ''not'' run or abandon them.]] * TookALevelInCynic: In "Conquer", he becomes a DeathSeeker and takes his first human life. He gets progressively worse as the episode continues. * TookALevelInKindness: After coming back from the brink of despair, he's working to become a genuinely loyal and friendly member of Alexandria in Season 6. * TooDumbToLive: In "Conquer" where he accidentally leaves the gate open and thus allows walkers to enter Alexandria, but his ''biggest'' offense was taunting Sasha about the deaths of both her brother and her boyfriend, knowing she's become unhinged. Granted, he was doing it to be mercy-killed by her, but considering he witnessed what Sasha [[ExtremeMeleeRevenge did to the man]] who killed her boyfriend, you'd think he'd go for a less painful option. * TokenReligiousTeammate: He ''is'' a priest, after all. * UndyingLoyalty: Near the end of "Start to Finish" he tells Rick that, no matter what happens, he will ''not'' abandon them. After having spent all season 6.harassing Gabriel for his betrayal, Rick responds: [[PetTheDog "Yeah, I know."]] * UngratefulBastard: In "Spend", he tries to get Deanna to kick Rick's group out of Alexandria and let him stay because of all the "unspeakable things" they've done -- the same unspeakable things that ''saved Gabriel's life several times over''. * UnskilledButStrong: He may be a NonActionGuy, but the guy has ''strength'' if nothing else. He has enough power in him to choke slam a walker, wrestle a violent Sasha off of him, and [[spoiler: hold off one of the Wolves long enough for Morgan to save him]]. As of "JSS", he's trying to learn from Carl how to actually put it to good use in combat. * WhatTheHellHero: Is quietly shocked by Rick's group's butchery of the Hunters within his church. * WrestlerInAllOfUs: Chokeslams and impales a Walker after he splinters off from his church after the Hunters debacle. * YouCantGoHomeAgain: Gets his own church overrun, and is forced to abandon it and join the group on the road. * ZombieAdvocate: Like Hershel and Lizzie before him, he thinks that walkers are still people. Thankfully, he is following the former's way [[SanitySlippage instead of the latter's]].

[[folder: Dwight]] !!Dwight ->'''Portrayed by:''' Austin Amelio A survivor who is on the run from the other members of his group along with Sherry and Tina.
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[[folder: Dwight]] !!Dwight [[folder:Clara]] !!Clara ->'''Portrayed by:''' Austin Amelio A By:''' Kerry Condon Clara is an Irish survivor who is on the run from the other members of his group along became stuck in Georgia with Sherry and Tina.her husband Eddie after the airports were shut down. She encounters Rick in the Season 4 premiere, asking for help getting food to her walker husband.

* AdaptationalAttractiveness: He does not have half of his face burned like in the comics when first introduced. At least, not yet. * AdaptationalHeroism: In the comics, Dwight was AmbiguouslyEvil and was often questioned on whose side he was on. This version clearly desires to be good and not evil. * AdaptationExpansion: The show delves into his backstory before his appearance in the comic. * EarlyBirdCameo: First appears long before his comic counterpart did. * EveryoneHasStandards: He's shown to be afraid of [[spoiler: the Saviors.]] Flinching at the sight of Wade hacking another man's infected arm nonchalantly. * {{Foreshadowing}}: In the comics, Dwight's trademark weapon was a crossbow. It just so happens that this is the exact same weapon [[spoiler: he takes from Daryl.]] * HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: Much like his comic counterpart, he switches in between acting good and evil depending on how he views his situation. * IcyBlueEyes: The first time we see him up close, he's staring angrily at Daryl with cold blue eyes. * JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He is abrasive and [[spoiler: betrays Daryl in the end]], but it is clear that he cares about the safety of his friends. * ScrewThisImOuttaHere: He, Sherry, and Tina pulled this with their original group prior to being introduced. [[spoiler: He does this again when Daryl offers to take him back to Alexandria.]] * TheSixthRanger: Daryl offers to take him and his friends back to Alexandria. [[spoiler: Subverted when he steals Daryl's supplies and runs back to his original group with Sherry.]] * ThouShaltNotKill: He reveals that he's never killed another human being because he fears that he could never come back from it. * UngratefulBastard: [[spoiler: After Daryl saves his life and offers to take him and Sherry back to Alexandria, Dwight still pulls a gun on him, stealing his motorcycle and crossbow.]]
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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: He does not have half AloofDarkHairedGirl: Due to the trauma of his face burned like zombie apocalypse and losing her husband * AndThenJohnWasAZombie: She reappears in "Too Far Gone", now a walker, and part of a herd that invades the ruined prison after being lured by the sound of gunfight and tank shots. * CanonForeigner: She never appeared in the comics when first introduced. At least, not yet. comics. * AdaptationalHeroism: In the comics, Dwight was AmbiguouslyEvil and was often questioned on whose side he was on. This version clearly desires to be good and not evil. * AdaptationExpansion: ContinuityNod: The show delves into his backstory before his appearance in the comic. * EarlyBirdCameo: First walker Clara appears long before his comic counterpart did. * EveryoneHasStandards: He's shown to be afraid of [[spoiler: in several blink-and-you-miss-it shots for several episodes after the Saviors.]] Flinching at the sight of Wade hacking another man's infected arm nonchalantly. prison falls. * {{Foreshadowing}}: In the comics, Dwight's trademark weapon was a crossbow. It just so happens that this is the exact same weapon [[spoiler: he takes from Daryl.]] * HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: Much like his comic counterpart, he switches in between acting good and evil depending on how he views his situation. * IcyBlueEyes: The first time we see him up close, he's staring angrily at Daryl with cold blue eyes. * JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He is abrasive and [[spoiler: betrays Daryl DrivenToSuicide: She stabs herself in the end]], but it stomach after failing to kill Rick to feed to her walker-head husband, unable to live with the things that she and her husband have done to survive and wanting to become like him. * EeriePaleSkinnedBrunette: Due to suffering starvation and probably illness * EternalLove: In a twisted way. Not only does she want to feed the undead head of her husband, she then takes her life to be like him. * {{Expy}}: She may have been influenced by The Stranger from [[VideoGame.TheWalkingDead The Walking Dead game]], who also lost his mind after losing his loved ones in the woods, and spoke to their zombified head in a bag. * IllGirl: It is clear that he cares about she's suffering from undernourishment and the safety effects of his friends. * ScrewThisImOuttaHere: He, Sherry, and Tina pulled this with their original group prior to being introduced. [[spoiler: He does this again forced to eat even rotten food. * SanitySlippage: She has clearly become unhinged, as Rick discovers when Daryl offers to take him back to Alexandria.]] * TheSixthRanger: Daryl offers to take him and her husband is just his friends back to Alexandria. [[spoiler: Subverted when he steals Daryl's supplies and runs back to his original group with Sherry.]] decapitated walker head. * ThouShaltNotKill: He reveals that he's never killed another human being because he fears that he could never come back from it. * UngratefulBastard: [[spoiler: After Daryl saves his life and offers to take him and Sherry back to Alexandria, Dwight still pulls a gun on him, stealing his motorcycle and crossbow.]]WeHardlyKnewYe: Killed in her first appearance.

[[folder: Sherry]] !!Sherry ->'''Portrayed by:''' Christine Evangelista A survivor who is escaping from her group with the help of Dwight.
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[[folder: Sherry]] !!Sherry [[folder:Ana]] !!Ana ->'''Portrayed by:''' Christine Evangelista By:''' Creator/BrinaPalencia A survivor who is escaping from her group girl Rick and Carol found hiding in a house while they were looking for medical supplies. She's quite inexperienced with walkers and has managed to stay unusually optimistic with the help of Dwight.her boyfriend Sam. They are on the verge of joining Rick's group when they are attacked by walkers, and Ana is quickly killed and eaten thanks to her badly healed leg.

* AdaptationExpansion: We are given more information on her past prior to her introduction in the comic. * ApologeticAttacker: [[spoiler: Expresses genuine remorse for stealing Daryl's crossbow and motorcycle.]] * EarlyBirdCameo: First appears long before her comic counterpart did. * NiceGirl: Seems to be a kind person, [[spoiler: and genuinely apologies to Daryl when stealing his supplies.]] * ScrewThisImOuttaHere: What she, Dwight and Tina try to do with their group, [[spoiler: though they eventually decide to go back in the end.]] * SatelliteLoveInterest: She doesn't have much character other than being Dwight's wife.
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* AdaptationExpansion: We are given BuryYourDisabled: Her leg didn't heal well after she got trampled, meaning if she was ever chased by walkers, she wouldn't make it very far, so this combined with the fact that Rick was hesitant to add more information on her past prior people to the group made it unlikely that she was going to last long after leaving the house she was hiding in. * CanonForeigner: She never appeared in the comics. * CuteClumsyGirl: Due to her introduction badly-healed leg. * DevouredByTheHorde[=/=]KilledOffScreen: Rick and Carol finds her badly-healed leg severed from her body and the rest of her being devoured by walkers. * KillTheCutie: Ana, who is as cute as [[GilmoreGirls Rory]] gets eaten in her first appearance. * ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy: Takes six shots just to kill one walker. * LoveInterest: For Sam, who saved her after she was trampled. * ThePollyanna: For someone trying to survive the zombie apocalypse with a bum leg, she's oddly optimistic. * WeHardlyKnewYe: Dies in the comic. * ApologeticAttacker: [[spoiler: Expresses genuine remorse for stealing Daryl's crossbow and motorcycle.]] * EarlyBirdCameo: First appears long before her comic counterpart did. * NiceGirl: Seems to be a kind person, [[spoiler: and genuinely apologies to Daryl when stealing his supplies.]] * ScrewThisImOuttaHere: What she, Dwight and Tina try to do with their group, [[spoiler: though they eventually decide to go back in the end.]] * SatelliteLoveInterest: She doesn't have much character other than being Dwight's wife. same episode she was introduced.

[[folder: Tina]] !!Tina ->'''Portrayed by:''' Liz E. Morgan A diabetic survivor who accompanies Dwight and her sister Sherry.
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[[folder: Tina]] !!Tina [[folder:Sam]] !!Sam ->'''Portrayed by:''' Liz E. Morgan By:''' Robin Lord Taylor A diabetic survivor boy Rick and Carol find with a dislocated arm who accompanies Dwight was hiding out with his girlfriend Ana. He's unusually trusting and her sister Sherry.optimistic. After losing Ana to walkers and losing contact with Rick and Carol, he embarks on a quest to find sanctuary at Terminus, only to end up butchered by the community of cannibals, his faith in humanity proven horribly, horribly wrong in his final moments.

* BuryYourDisabled: She's the only diabetic in Dwight's group. [[spoiler: And the only one that dies.]] * CanonForeigner: Never appeared in the comics. * IllGirl: She suffers from diabetes, requring periodic shots of insulin to keep from passing out. * KillTheCutie: [[spoiler: An innocent girl who dies horribly.]] * TheLoad: She unfortunately can't help it as she is a diabetic and requires insulin regularly, and she passes out on one occasion. * NiceGirl: She seems to be kind and civil from the little we see of her. * NoGoodDeedGoesUnpunished: [[spoiler: She attempts to give a moment of peace for her deceased friends, but unfortunately they're revealed to still be living walkers which attack and kill her once she gets too close to them.]] * RedShirt: [[spoiler: Gets very little characterization before dying.]] * ScrewThisImOuttaHere: Alongside Dwight and Sherry. * WeHardlyKnewYe: [[spoiler: Bitten on the throat by two walkers in her first appearance.]]
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* BuryYourDisabled: She's the only diabetic in Dwight's group. [[spoiler: And the only one that dies.]] * CanonForeigner: Never He never appeared in the comics. * IllGirl: She suffers from diabetes, requring periodic shots of insulin CruelAndUnusualDeath: After being captured by Terminus, he gets his head bashed in by an aluminum bat, and then gets his throat slit and bleeds out into a trough. * TheCutie: Like his girlfriend, he's unusually optimistic and trusting. * HeroOfAnotherStory: He evidently went on an adventure to keep from passing out. find Terminus after Ana was killed. However... ** ShootTheShaggyDog: It's rendered meaningless when he's brutally killed by the Terminus butchers only a few seconds after reappearing. * KillTheCutie: [[spoiler: An innocent girl who dies horribly.]] He's slaughtered like a pig by the Terminus residents in the opening scene of Season 5. * TheLoad: She unfortunately can't SacrificialLamb: The very first casualty of Season 5. As an added GutPunch he's killed only a few seconds after making his reintroduction. * SlashedThroat: After being hit in the head by a bat, a Termite cuts his throat over a trough. * SuddenSequelDeathSyndrome[=/=]BackForTheDead: He's the first casualty of Season 5, having been captured and then slaughtered like a pig by Terminus during the opening. Rick recognizes him and is unable to help it as she him. * WhatHappenedToTheMouse: He never shows up at the rendezvous after heading to the greenhouse, but his body is a diabetic and requires insulin regularly, and she passes out on one occasion. never seen either, leaving his fate unknown until the first episode of Season 5. * NiceGirl: She WideEyedIdealist: Oddly, he claims to like people more now in the ZombieApocalypse, instead of being mistrustful or weary of them like most other survivors. Considering his fate, he [[WrongGenreSavvy should've thought better]]. * WrongGenreSavvy: He seems to be kind and civil from believe that the little we see of her. * NoGoodDeedGoesUnpunished: [[spoiler: She attempts to give a moment of peace for her deceased friends, but unfortunately they're revealed to still be living walkers which attack and kill her once she gets too close to them.]] * RedShirt: [[spoiler: Gets very little characterization before dying.]] * ScrewThisImOuttaHere: Alongside Dwight and Sherry. * WeHardlyKnewYe: [[spoiler: Bitten on apocalypse brings out the throat by two walkers best in her first appearance.]]people. Terminus proves him wrong the ''hard'' way.

[[folder: Wade]] !!Wade ->'''Portrayed by:''' Darin Cooper A member of the Saviors who is first seen tracking Dwight and the other escapees. ---- * CanonForeigner: Never appeared in the comics. * DeadpanSnarker: When Cam starts screaming in pain after getting his arm amputated, Wade's response is to flatly say "walk it off." * TheFaceless: Not literally, but his face isn't shown in his first appearance. * MookLieutenant: Seems to be a high-ranking member of the Saviors as he leads the hunt for Dwight and the other escapees. * PetTheDog: After he rescues Cam from a zombie infection, he calls off the search for Dwight's group in order to bring him back for medical treatment. * TheStoic: Remains creepily calm even after amputating his friend's bitten arm.
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[[folder: Wade]] !!Wade Paul Monroe]] !!Paul Monroe ->'''Portrayed by:''' Darin Cooper Tom Payne A member of the Saviors man who is first seen tracking Dwight and the other escapees. ---- * CanonForeigner: Never appeared in the comics. * DeadpanSnarker: When Cam starts screaming in pain after getting his arm amputated, Wade's response is to flatly say "walk it off." * TheFaceless: Not literally, but his face isn't shown in his first appearance. * MookLieutenant: Seems to be a high-ranking member of the Saviors as he leads the hunt for Dwight and the other escapees. * PetTheDog: After he rescues Cam from a zombie infection, he calls off the search for Dwight's encounters Rick's group in order to bring him back for medical treatment. * TheStoic: Remains creepily calm even after amputating his friend's bitten arm.season 6.

[[folder: Cam]] !!Cam ->'''Portrayed by:''' Matt Lowe A member of the Saviors who is introduced hunting Dwight, Sherry, and Tina. ---- * AnArmAndALeg: Wade amputates his arm after he is bitten. * CanonForeigner: Never appeared in the comics. * FailedASpotCheck: Is so unaware of his surroundings that he manages to get bitten by a walker that is ''pinned to a tree''. * ZombieInfectee: Briefly, though Wade manages to chop off the bitten arm quickly.
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[[folder: Cam]] !!Cam Gregory]] !!Gregory ->'''Portrayed by:''' Matt Lowe Creator/XanderBerkeley A member of the Saviors who is introduced hunting Dwight, Sherry, and Tina. ---- * AnArmAndALeg: Wade amputates his arm after he is bitten. * CanonForeigner: Never appeared man encountered by Rick in the comics. * FailedASpotCheck: Is so unaware of his surroundings that he manages to get bitten by a walker that is ''pinned to a tree''. * ZombieInfectee: Briefly, though Wade manages to chop off the bitten arm quickly.season 6.

[[folder: "Biker Savior"]] !!"Biker Savior" ->'''Portrayed by:''' Christopher Berry -->''"Your property now belongs to Negan."'' A member of the Saviors who leads a small, but heavily armed team on motorcycles. ---- * BadassBiker: By virtue of leading a pack of Saviors on a bike. * BeardOfEvil: Has a beard and is a loyal member of the Saviors. * DualWielding: Knows how to wield two pistols at once. * {{Expy}}: Gives off quite a few vibes of Joe, and even looks like a younger version of him. * FauxAffablyEvil: He comes off as charming in a really clearly fake way, and cheerfully explains that he'll end Daryl, Sasha and Abraham if they step out of line. * {{Jerkass}}: Thoroughly unpleasant and irritatingly smug. * LastEpisodeNewCharacter: For the first half of Season Six. * MoreDakka: His pack is certainly armed to the teeth. * MookLieutenant: His place in the hierarchy of the Saviors is unknown other than leading a small pack of them, making him this at least for now. * NoNameGiven: His name has not been revealed yet. * SmugSnake: Spends the majority of his first appearance rambling proudly about how Daryl, Sasha and Abraham owe Negan everything they've got. * UndyingLoyalty: To Negan. [[/folder]] !Other Survivors [[folder:Gabriel]] !!Father Gabriel Stokes [[quoteright:300:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/twds6gabriel.jpg]] [[caption-width-right:300:''"I have no weapons of any kind. The word of God is the only protection I need."'']] ->'''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 now seeks to atone for his sins by learning how to fight and truly be a good shepherd to his flock, and a valuable ally to Rick and Alexandria. ---- * ActualPacifist: He hates fighting even if the situation calls for it. He's potentially the first character since Season 1 who isn't shown owning a weapon. -->'''Gabriel:''' I have no weapons of any kind. The word of God is the only protection I need. * AdaptationExpansion: He gets a lot more to do here than in the comics. * AdaptationalVillainy: This version of Gabriel is more actively malicious in his speech to Deanna when trying to get Rick's group kicked out of Alexandria. However, he's trying to reform and make up for his misdeeds. * AdaptationalWimp: ZigZagged. He is even ''more'' of a coward and NonActionGuy than his comic book counterpart, if that's possible. Case in point: in "Crossed" he sneaks out of the church and abandons the group, something that didn't happen in the comics. However, he does ''chokeslam'' a Walker after he snuck out of the church on his own, and kills his first walker earlier than he did in the comics. * AgeLift: He is in his late thirties in the comic. According to TheOtherWiki, he is in his early to mid-forties in the show. This is probably evidenced when the show made him bald. * AsTheGoodBookSays: A firm believer of TheBible and the words of {{God}}. His church displays readings of verses related to the dead and resurrection, appropriately enough. * TheAtoner: In the Season 6 premiere, Gabriel tries his best to help out around Alexandria, but is denied a chance at every turn. In the next episode he decides to start learning how to fight so he can contribute more. * BadassPreacher: Averted; he's one of the least capable characters on the show. Subverted after "Start to Finish", where he actively fights alongside Rick after [[spoiler:Alexandria gets overrun.]] * BaldBlackLeaderGuy: WordOfGod implies that he served as head of his parish. * BitchInSheepsClothing: He acts pretty pleasant and polite but in reality is a selfish coward. He later attempts to reform himself. * ButtMonkey: The group never accepts him as one of their own and often disrespects him; when he tries to counsel Maggie (being a priest, it's probably the only thing he's good for in the group), she harshly rejects him. Even Carl acts condescending to him, and in Season 6 it's a minor RunningGag that Rick treats him like shit. Fortunately, he manages to become a true member of the group and outgrows this. * CharacterDevelopment: Goes from a selfish coward who gladly sells out the group to save his own skin to a team player who contributes greatly to the survival of his friends. * DarkAndTroubledPast: After Atlanta was bombed in the early days of the ZombieApocalypse, he locked his church and refused to let in a group seeking refuge. The noise they made trying to get in brought Walkers out of the woods, and they were killed and devoured while he listened. * DeathSeeker: In the Season 5 finale, he approaches a walker to let himself be bitten but recants at the last minute. Later in the episode not only does he leave the gates of Alexandria open but when Sasha has him at gunpoint and Maggie stops her Gabriel tells her she should've let Sasha kill him. * DespairEventHorizon: Passes it when he becomes a DeathSeeker and takes his first human life. He gets better in Season 6. * DirtyCoward: He locked his church's doors to his parishioners, leading to them being devoured by the dead. He has limits though, as shown by staying quiet even when the Hunters give him a chance to leave peacefully. He grows out of this in Season 6. * EasilyForgiven: Very much Averted, 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. * TheFriendNobodyLikes: Gabriel never quite fits into Rick's group before they arrive at the Safe-Zone, and it's made clear that several members dislike him and don't consider him to be "family". Gabriel seems to realize this too, as he becomes an UngratefulBastard as soon as the group gets to Alexandria and tries to get Deanna to kick them out. ** Pushed to it's logical extremes in the Season 6 opener, where Rick doesn't even want him ''burying bodies.'' And when Gabriel offers his help with the group's walker-control plan, Rick shuts him down without even looking at him. *** UpToEleven in "Heads Up", when he's putting up signs for a prayer circle later that day, and Rick ''tears them down nonchalantly''. At this point, Rick's made Gabriel his bitch. ** After taking a huge [[TookALevelInBadass level in badass]] in "Start to Finish", it seems that he's finally earned the group's respect. * GentleGiant: Surprisingly proves himself so when he's able to lift a walker off the ground stock-armed, but is unable to finish it off. * GiveMeASign: Believes that Rick was sent by God. * GoodShepherd: Completely averted, as he allowed his congregation to get eaten to save himself. * HateSink: It's pretty clear that despite his pleasantness, his selfish and cowardly attitude makes him unlikable despite trying to make things up. He ultimately grows out of this. * HazyFeelTurn: As of season 6, he's ''trying'' to atone for all the horrible things he did in his past, but nobody is willing to give him a chance. Very likely because they don't feel safe with him. It becomes a full HeelFaceTurn when he actively helps out the group in "Start to Finish" and makes it clear that he will no longer be a coward. * HeelRealization: He's realized the error of his ways and desires to atone for his sins. Unfortunately, nobody believes him, until he finally becomes a true team player when [[spoiler: the walkers overrun Alexandria.]] * HeroicWannabe: Gabriel wants to be a genuine hero like Rick, but he doesn't exactly have the skills or intelligence to back him up. A major part of his CharacterDevelopment involves him growing out of this. * {{Hypocrite}}: He encourages Deanna to kick out Rick's group on the basis that they have done "unspeakable things". Never mind that Gabriel was the one who ''locked out his entire congregation at the beginning of the apocalypse, letting them all get eaten by walkers''. * InMysteriousWays: He's a firm believer in this. * ItsAllAboutMe: Feels that he is the only member of Rick's group who deserves to live in the "paradise" that is Alexandria. In "Conquer", he leaves the gates of Alexandria open just because ''he'' is a DeathSeeker, and later mocks the deaths of Bob and Tyreese to Sasha's face in a selfish attempt to get her to MercyKill him. * JerkWithAHeartOfJerk: In Season 5. In case you thought that Gabriel was trying to redeem himself, in "Spend" [[UngratefulBastard he tries to convince Deanna to kick Rick's group out of Alexandria on the basis that they are "bad people".]]Then in "Conquer" he endangers all of Alexandria by not bothering to close the gates, then tries to force the mentally unstable Sasha to kill him. ** JerkWithAHeartOfGold: In Season 6, he finally begins making genuine strides to redeem himself for his cowardly and selfish actions. * KarmaHoudini: Maggie convinces Sasha to spare him after he attacks her, and thus he survives Season 5 without much of a comeuppance for his actions. In Season 6, however, he is still hated by Rick's group for most of the first half of the season, subverting this since his road to redemption is not an easy one. * KickTheDog: He taunts Sasha over the deaths of Bob and Tyreese in an attempt to make her kill him. * TheLoad: He's not even wanted as a ''counselor''. As of Season 6, he's making an attempt to grow out of this. * MercyKill: His first human kill is this. Later, he asks Sasha to grant him one when he passes the DespairEventHorizon following this. She almost does, but is stopped by Maggie. * NiceGuy: Subverted. 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. * NiceJobBreakingItHero: After leaving the church to examine the Hunters camp for evidence of what kind of people they were, he returns only to accidentally lead a herd of walkers inside the church. * NiceJobFixingItVillain: His decision to leave Alexandria's gate open brings zombies inside the safe zone. Fortunately, Rick finds and kills them before anyone's hurt. But it's this action that contributes to the people accepting Rick into Alexandria permanently. * NonActionGuy: He is first seen lying on top of a rock, kicking at walkers and yelling for help and is rescued by Rick and his group. Later, he has to be aggressively prodded by Rick into joining the scouting mission at the food bank. During the mission, he even tries to bail as he's so frightened by the walkers. ** In "Them", he steps in and helps the group hold the barn door shut when a large herd of zombies try to break in, showing that he is at least TRYING to earn the group's respect. Seth Gilliam said on the following episode of Talking Dead that he felt this was the moment when the group accepted him as one of their own. ** "Spend" shows that Gabriel actually has no intention of being accepted by the group, and in fact wants them kicked out of Alexandria for the "unspeakable" actions they have commited. ** In "Conquer", he finally kills his first walker, and mercy kills a partially eaten human a few seconds later. He breaks down in tears because of this. As of "JSS", Carl is starting to teach him how to fight. ** More or less grows out of this in "Start to Finish." * NotSoDifferent: In "Conquer", he is just like Sasha when struggling with his own morality. * PreacherMan: What he is. He presides over Tyreese's, and presumably Beth's funerals. * ScrewThisImOuttaHere: Decides to leave Rick's group and his church because he feels he needs to go to the Hunters camp and see if they were really as bad as what he had been told. Although he finds a bible, he quickly returns to the church after discovering Bob's partially eaten leg. He later admits to Michonne that he understands why they did what they did to the Hunters. * SecondEpisodeIntroduction: Introduced in the second episode of Season 5, "Strangers". * SinisterMinister: Averted, despite Rick and Sasha's suspicions. He's just an ordinary priest on his own. Played straight in "Conquer". * SixthRanger: To Rick's group in Season 5. ** SixthRangerTraitor: Betrays Rick's group when he realizes he's TheFriendNobodyLikes. As of Season 6 though, he's making an effort to try and redeem himself. * TookALevelInBadass: Downplayed. In the Season 5 finale, he was going to commit suicide by letting a walker eat him, but could not go through with it, so he grabs the Walker by the neck with a noose and chokes it to death so hard that its head gets ripped off by the rope's pressure and than presume to smashes its skull with a stone. He also smashes a dying man's head in after he got partly eaten by the very same zombie he killed. In the same finale Gabriel gets into a scuffle with Sasha and grapples so aggressively with her that she struggles to aim her rifle at him for several minutes. ** He's also capable of [[spoiler: preventing one of the Wolves from knifing him to death. He manages to hold off his attacker until Morgan arrives just in time to save him.]] ** By mid-Season 6, he actively fights when [[spoiler: walkers break through Alexandria's walls, telling Rick that this time he will ''not'' run or abandon them.]] * TookALevelInCynic: In "Conquer", he becomes a DeathSeeker and takes his first human life. He gets progressively worse as the episode continues. * TookALevelInKindness: After coming back from the brink of despair, he's working to become a genuinely loyal and friendly member of Alexandria in Season 6. * TooDumbToLive: In "Conquer" where he accidentally leaves the gate open and thus allows walkers to enter Alexandria, but his ''biggest'' offense was taunting Sasha about the deaths of both her brother and her boyfriend, knowing she's become unhinged. Granted, he was doing it to be mercy-killed by her, but considering he witnessed what Sasha [[ExtremeMeleeRevenge did to the man]] who killed her boyfriend, you'd think he'd go for a less painful option. * TokenReligiousTeammate: He ''is'' a priest, after all. * UndyingLoyalty: Near the end of "Start to Finish" he tells Rick that, no matter what happens, he will ''not'' abandon them. After having spent all season harassing Gabriel for his betrayal, Rick responds: [[PetTheDog "Yeah, I know."]] * UngratefulBastard: In "Spend", he tries to get Deanna to kick Rick's group out of Alexandria and let him stay because of all the "unspeakable things" they've done -- the same unspeakable things that ''saved Gabriel's life several times over''. * UnskilledButStrong: He may be a NonActionGuy, but the guy has ''strength'' if nothing else. He has enough power in him to choke slam a walker, wrestle a violent Sasha off of him, and [[spoiler: hold off one of the Wolves long enough for Morgan to save him]]. As of "JSS", he's trying to learn from Carl how to actually put it to good use in combat. * WhatTheHellHero: Is quietly shocked by Rick's group's butchery of the Hunters within his church. * WrestlerInAllOfUs: Chokeslams and impales a Walker after he splinters off from his church after the Hunters debacle. * YouCantGoHomeAgain: Gets his own church overrun, and is forced to abandon it and join the group on the road. * ZombieAdvocate: Like Hershel and Lizzie before him, he thinks that walkers are still people. Thankfully, he is following the former's way [[SanitySlippage instead of the latter's]]. [[/folder]] [[folder:Clara]] !!Clara ->'''Portrayed By:''' Kerry Condon Clara is an Irish survivor who became stuck in Georgia with her husband Eddie after the airports were shut down. She encounters Rick in the Season 4 premiere, asking for help getting food to her walker husband. ---- * AloofDarkHairedGirl: Due to the trauma of zombie apocalypse and losing her husband * AndThenJohnWasAZombie: She reappears in "Too Far Gone", now a walker, and part of a herd that invades the ruined prison after being lured by the sound of gunfight and tank shots. * CanonForeigner: She never appeared in the comics. * ContinuityNod: The walker Clara appears in several blink-and-you-miss-it shots for several episodes after the prison falls. * DrivenToSuicide: She stabs herself in the stomach after failing to kill Rick to feed to her walker-head husband, unable to live with the things that she and her husband have done to survive and wanting to become like him. * EeriePaleSkinnedBrunette: Due to suffering starvation and probably illness * EternalLove: In a twisted way. Not only does she want to feed the undead head of her husband, she then takes her life to be like him. * {{Expy}}: She may have been influenced by The Stranger from [[VideoGame.TheWalkingDead The Walking Dead game]], who also lost his mind after losing his loved ones in the woods, and spoke to their zombified head in a bag. * IllGirl: It is clear she's suffering from undernourishment and the effects of being forced to eat even rotten food. * SanitySlippage: She has clearly become unhinged, as Rick discovers when her husband is just his decapitated walker head. * WeHardlyKnewYe: Killed in her first appearance. [[/folder]] [[folder:Ana]] !!Ana ->'''Portrayed By:''' Creator/BrinaPalencia A girl Rick and Carol found hiding in a house while they were looking for medical supplies. She's quite inexperienced with walkers and has managed to stay unusually optimistic with the help of her boyfriend Sam. They are on the verge of joining Rick's group when they are attacked by walkers, and Ana is quickly killed and eaten thanks to her badly healed leg. ---- * BuryYourDisabled: Her leg didn't heal well after she got trampled, meaning if she was ever chased by walkers, she wouldn't make it very far, so this combined with the fact that Rick was hesitant to add more people to the group made it unlikely that she was going to last long after leaving the house she was hiding in. * CanonForeigner: She never appeared in the comics. * CuteClumsyGirl: Due to her badly-healed leg. * DevouredByTheHorde[=/=]KilledOffScreen: Rick and Carol finds her badly-healed leg severed from her body and the rest of her being devoured by walkers. * KillTheCutie: Ana, who is as cute as [[GilmoreGirls Rory]] gets eaten in her first appearance. * ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy: Takes six shots just to kill one walker. * LoveInterest: For Sam, who saved her after she was trampled. * ThePollyanna: For someone trying to survive the zombie apocalypse with a bum leg, she's oddly optimistic. * WeHardlyKnewYe: Dies in the same episode she was introduced. [[/folder]] [[folder:Sam]] !!Sam ->'''Portrayed By:''' Robin Lord Taylor A boy Rick and Carol find with a dislocated arm who was hiding out with his girlfriend Ana. He's unusually trusting and optimistic. After losing Ana to walkers and losing contact with Rick and Carol, he embarks on a quest to find sanctuary at Terminus, only to end up butchered by the community of cannibals, his faith in humanity proven horribly, horribly wrong in his final moments. ---- * CanonForeigner: He never appeared in the comics. * CruelAndUnusualDeath: After being captured by Terminus, he gets his head bashed in by an aluminum bat, and then gets his throat slit and bleeds out into a trough. * TheCutie: Like his girlfriend, he's unusually optimistic and trusting. * HeroOfAnotherStory: He evidently went on an adventure to find Terminus after Ana was killed. However... ** ShootTheShaggyDog: It's rendered meaningless when he's brutally killed by the Terminus butchers only a few seconds after reappearing. * KillTheCutie: He's slaughtered like a pig by the Terminus residents in the opening scene of Season 5. * SacrificialLamb: The very first casualty of Season 5. As an added GutPunch he's killed only a few seconds after making his reintroduction. * SlashedThroat: After being hit in the head by a bat, a Termite cuts his throat over a trough. * SuddenSequelDeathSyndrome[=/=]BackForTheDead: He's the first casualty of Season 5, having been captured and then slaughtered like a pig by Terminus during the opening. Rick recognizes him and is unable to help him. * WhatHappenedToTheMouse: He never shows up at the rendezvous after heading to the greenhouse, but his body is never seen either, leaving his fate unknown until the first episode of Season 5. * WideEyedIdealist: Oddly, he claims to like people more now in the ZombieApocalypse, instead of being mistrustful or weary of them like most other survivors. Considering his fate, he [[WrongGenreSavvy should've thought better]]. * WrongGenreSavvy: He seems to believe that the apocalypse brings out the best in people. Terminus proves him wrong the ''hard'' way. [[/folder]] [[folder: Paul Monroe]] !!Paul Monroe ->'''Portrayed by:''' Tom Payne A man who encounters Rick's group in season 6. [[/folder]] [[folder: Gregory]] !!Gregory ->'''Portrayed by:''' Creator/XanderBerkeley A man encountered by Rick in season 6. [[/folder]]
29th Jan '16 11:24:41 AM wdfan
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* CombatPragmatist: He tries to distract Morgan while another Wolf sneaks up behind him to chop his head off. [[spoiler: In "Start to Finish" he knocks out Morgan by surprise attacking him from behind, and makes sure to take Denise as a hostage so he can exit his cell without being killed.]]
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* CombatPragmatist: He tries to distract Morgan while another Wolf sneaks up behind him to chop his head off. [[spoiler: In "Start to Finish" he knocks out Morgan by surprise attacking hitting him from behind, in the head while he's distracted and then makes sure to take Denise as a hostage so he can exit his cell without being killed.]]
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* BeardOfEvil: Has a beard and is a loyal member of the Saviors.

* NoNameGiven: His name has not been revealed yet.

* ButtMonkey: The group never accepts him as one of their own and often disrespects him; when he tries to counsel Maggie (being a priest, it's probably the only thing he's good for in the group), she harshly rejects him. Even Carl acts condescending to him.
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* ButtMonkey: The group never accepts him as one of their own and often disrespects him; when he tries to counsel Maggie (being a priest, it's probably the only thing he's good for in the group), she harshly rejects him. Even Carl acts condescending to him.him, and in Season 6 it's a minor RunningGag that Rick treats him like shit. Fortunately, he manages to become a true member of the group and outgrows this.
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A member of the Saviors.
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A member of the Saviors.Saviors who is introduced hunting Dwight, Sherry, and Tina.
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* MookLieutenant: Seems to be a high-ranking member of the Saviors as he leads the hunt for Dwight and the other escapees.

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