History Characters / TheWalkingDeadTVShowTyreesesGroup

22nd Sep '16 7:49:01 PM Chris116
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27th Aug '16 7:28:33 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!
16th Aug '16 6:09:21 PM Da1tonTheGreat
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* PoliticallyIncorrectHero: He refuses to go along with unleashing walkers on the prison because they have "[[WomenAreDelicate wo]][[MenAreTheExpendableGender men]] and children."



* RealLifeWritesThePlot: The reason for his sudden death is probably because Chad Coleman got a major role in [[Literature/TheExpanse another TV series]].
25th Jul '16 12:46:10 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!
4th May '16 1:06:04 AM Chris116
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* AscendedExtra: Goes from a recurring character all the way to billing in the show's opening titles by Season 6.


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* BattleCouple: Briefly so with Bob, and later with [[spoiler: Abraham]] starting towards the end of Season 6.


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* OutOfFocus: Though she's added to the main cast in Season 6, she receives little development and the majority of her main arc [[spoiler: regarding getting together with Abraham]] by and large revolves around him over her.


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* SatelliteCharacter: Her development in Season 6 revolves around her friendship with Abraham [[spoiler: which eventually leads to the two of them getting together]].
22nd Mar '16 1:12:23 PM Chris116
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* DemotedToExtra: Allen's family was not as prominent as they were in the comics.

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* DemotedToExtra: Tyreese and Allen's family was were not as prominent as they were in the comics.



* AdaptationalVillainy: Invoked, but ultimately subverted in Season 3. He joined Woodbury[[note]]Tyreese never joined The Governor in the comics. In fact, The Governor was the one who killed him.[[/note]] after Rick [[SanitySlippage kicked them off]] the prison, forcing him to find another safe place for his group and Woodbury is the only available option. Once there, he and his group decided to help the Governor in his "war." But despite this, Tyreese has remained a good person, acting very reluctant to harm the prison group, and protesting the use of walkers against them. He even flat-out refuses to take part in the second prison attack during the Season 3 finale and joins Rick's group after learning the truth about the Governor.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: Invoked, but ultimately subverted in Season 3. He joined Woodbury[[note]]Tyreese never joined The Governor in the comics. In fact, The Governor was the one who killed him.[[/note]] after Rick [[SanitySlippage kicked them off]] the prison, forcing him to find another safe place for his group and Woodbury is the only available option. Once there, he and his group decided to help the Governor in his "war." But despite this, Tyreese has remained a good person, acting was very reluctant to harm the prison group, and protesting the use of walkers against them. He even flat-out refuses to take part in the second prison attack during the Season 3 finale and joins Rick's group after learning the truth about the Governor.



* ArchEnemy: Martin becomes his in Season 5. They only face off once (not counting their DeadPersonConversation but Martin is the first character to directly confront Tyreese's morality and how it will get him killed.

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* ArchEnemy: Martin becomes his in Season 5. They only face off once (not counting their DeadPersonConversation DeadPersonConversation) but Martin is the first character to directly confront Tyreese's morality and how it will get him killed.



* MySisterIsOffLimits: Averted, as Tyreese seemed pretty happy about Sasha and Bob getting together.



* CompositeCharacter: While it isn't clear if Julie is her comic counterpart, all her role starting Season 5 originally belongs to Andrea in the comics, particularly the death of a significant other during the Fear the Hunters as well as becoming the group's resident sniper. Also, since Michonne is getting AdaptationalHeroism Sasha gets her comic counterpart's storyline of being paranoid and out of place when the group gets to Alexandria. [[spoiler: Starting in Season 6 it seems that she is picking up comic book Holly's storyline of being the girl that Abraham cheats on Rosita with.]]

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* CompositeCharacter: While it isn't clear if Julie is her comic counterpart, all her role starting Season 5 originally belongs to Andrea in the comics, particularly the death of a significant other during the Fear the Hunters as well as becoming the group's resident sniper. Also, since Michonne is getting AdaptationalHeroism Sasha gets her comic counterpart's storyline of being paranoid and out of place when the group gets to Alexandria. [[spoiler: Starting in Season 6 it seems that she is picking picks up comic book Holly's storyline of being place as the girl that Abraham cheats on leaves Rosita with.for.]]



* LoveTriangle: [[spoiler: In Season 6, Abraham has developed a crush on her while still being in a relationship with Rosita, but she doesn't seem too interested in him.]]

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* LoveTriangle: [[spoiler: In Season 6, Abraham has developed a crush on her while still being in a relationship with Rosita, but she doesn't seem too interested in him.him until he wises up about his EntitledToHaveYou tendencies.]]



* ShipTease: With Bob. They had a RelationshipUpgrade in Season 5. In Season 6 she starts developing this with Abraham, [[spoiler: until he directly propositions her in "Always Accountable". However, she doesn't seem too interested in him, and begins visibly trying to distance herself from him in "Knots Untie".]]

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* ShipTease: With Bob. They had a RelationshipUpgrade in Season 5. In Season 6 she starts developing this with Abraham, [[spoiler: until he directly propositions her in "Always Accountable". However, she doesn't seem too interested in him, and begins visibly trying to distance herself from him in "Knots Untie". It isn't until Abraham apologizes for his EntitledToHaveYou attitude and says he's totally cool if she doesn't decide to get together with him, that she finally gives him a chance.]]



* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: She fell for Bob, probably the sweetest member of the post-prison survivors. Later, [[spoiler: she doesn't agree to give Abraham a chance until he matures and apologizes for coming on too strong.]]



%%* BeardOfEvil



%% * AdaptationalWimp
13th Mar '16 7:57:21 AM Da1tonTheGreat
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* DecompositeCharacter: Due to debuting in a much later timeline than in the comics, their earlier roles and {{Story Arc}}s were filled by different characters.

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* DecompositeCharacter: Due to debuting in a much later timeline than in the comics, their earlier roles and {{Story Arc}}s were filled by different characters. T-Dog and Oscar filled Tyreese's role as the group's only black man, and Daryl took his place as Rick's post-Shane [[TheLancer Lancer]]. The Morales family serves as a placeholder for Allen's family in Season 1, while the Samuels family takes their comics storyline in Season 4.



* ExitPursuedByABear: Inverted; they enter the series on the run from a small herd of walkers.



* FourPhilosophyEnsemble: [[TheLeader Tyreese]] is Leukine, [[TheLancer Sasha]] is Choleric, [[TheCynic Allen]] is Melancholic and [[YesMan Ben]] is Phlegmatic.

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* FourPhilosophyEnsemble: FourTemperamentEnsemble: [[TheLeader Tyreese]] is Leukine, [[TheLancer Sasha]] is Choleric, [[TheCynic Allen]] is Melancholic and [[YesMan Ben]] is Phlegmatic.



* AdaptationalVillainy: Invoked, but ultimately subverted in Season 3. He joined Woodbury[[note]]Tyreese never joined The Governor in the comics. In fact, The Governor was the one who killed him.[[/note]] after Rick [[SanitySlippage kicked them off]] the prison, forcing him to find another safe place for his group and Woodbury is the only available option. Once there, he and his group decided to help the Governor in his "war". But despite this, Tyreese has remained a good person, acting very reluctant to harm the prison group, and protesting the use of walkers against them. He even flat-out refuses to take part in the second prison attack during the Season 3 finale and joins Rick's group after learning the truth about the Governor.
* ADeathInTheLimelight: Gets a hearty amount of focus in season five and "What's Happening And What's Going On", and he's dead by the end of said episode.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: Invoked, but ultimately subverted in Season 3. He joined Woodbury[[note]]Tyreese never joined The Governor in the comics. In fact, The Governor was the one who killed him.[[/note]] after Rick [[SanitySlippage kicked them off]] the prison, forcing him to find another safe place for his group and Woodbury is the only available option. Once there, he and his group decided to help the Governor in his "war". "war." But despite this, Tyreese has remained a good person, acting very reluctant to harm the prison group, and protesting the use of walkers against them. He even flat-out refuses to take part in the second prison attack during the Season 3 finale and joins Rick's group after learning the truth about the Governor.
* ADeathInTheLimelight: Gets a hearty amount of focus in season five Season 5 and "What's Happening And What's Going On", On," and he's dead by the end of said episode.



* TheApocalypseBringsOutTheBestInPeople: Deconstructed during season five when he loses his will to kill anything, even if the situation very much calls for it. He's horrified by the slaughter of the Hunters (which was, needless to say, well-deserved considering their intentions) and Martin points out that being unwilling to kill anything will only continue to cause problems. Martin's proven right when allowing him to live allows Gareth to find the group again, something that haunts Tyreese until his death, when he sadly accepts that his suffering will end once he leaves the world he's no longer fit for.

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* TheApocalypseBringsOutTheBestInPeople: Deconstructed during season five Season 5 when he loses his will to kill anything, even if the situation very much calls for it. He's horrified by the slaughter of the Hunters (which was, needless to say, well-deserved considering their intentions) and Martin points out that being unwilling to kill anything will only continue to cause problems. Martin's proven right when allowing him to live allows Gareth to find the group again, something that haunts Tyreese until his death, when he sadly accepts that his suffering will end once he leaves the world he's no longer fit for.
2nd Mar '16 8:33:03 AM Chris116
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* ExitPursuedByABear: Inverted; they enter the series on the run from a small herd of walkers.
1st Mar '16 6:18:02 PM wdfan
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* DemotedToExtra: Allen's family was as prominent as they were in the comics.

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* DemotedToExtra: Allen's family was not as prominent as they were in the comics.



[[folder: Tyreese Williams]]

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[[folder: Tyreese Williams]]Tyreese]]



[[folder: Sasha Williams]]

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[[folder: Sasha Williams]]Sasha]]
29th Feb '16 9:24:40 AM Chris116
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* HideYourPregnancy: Sonequa Martin-Green was pregnant during season five, particular the back half.
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