History Characters / TheWalkingDeadTVShowWoodburySurvivors

27th May '17 2:53:37 PM SorPepita
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* DeathByAdaptation: In the comic, it is later revealed that Lilly Caul [[MercyKill mercy "killed"]] her after she killed The Governor during the fall of the prison. Here, Michonne impales her through the mouth from the back of the head in her second appearance.
* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: Through the mouth from the back by Michonne, though her "living" is as a zombie by that point.
* LivingEmotionalCrutch: For the Governor. When she is killed a second time, he has a VillainousBreakdown.

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* DeathByAdaptation: In the comic, it is later revealed that Lilly Caul [[MercyKill mercy "killed"]] her after she killed The the Governor during the fall of the prison. Here, Michonne impales her through the mouth from the back of the head in her second appearance.
* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: Through the mouth from the back by Michonne, Michonne.
* LivingEmotionalCrutch: For the Governor,
though her "living" is as a zombie by that point.
* LivingEmotionalCrutch: For the Governor.
point. When she is killed a second time, he has a VillainousBreakdown.
27th May '17 2:49:29 PM SorPepita
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* AdaptationOriginConnection: Woodburry becomes part of Michonne and Tyreese's respective {{Story Arc}}s before officially joining Rick's group. In the comics, they both encountered Woodburry while already being members on Rick's team.

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* AdaptationOriginConnection: Woodburry Woodbury becomes part of Michonne and Tyreese's respective {{Story Arc}}s before officially joining Rick's group. In the comics, they both encountered Woodburry Woodbury while already being members on Rick's team.



* DeathByAdaptation: In the comics and novels Woodbury actually lasts for quite a while even after the Governor's death, and when it does eventually fall apart there's still some survivors left. In the show, a large majority of it's residents are killed thoughout Season 3 and the town is abandoned and destroyed long before the Governor meets his end in the Season 4 mid-finale. And the remaining Woodbury residents are killed either during the final prison attack or shortly afterwards by the Flu.

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* DeathByAdaptation: In the comics and novels Woodbury actually lasts for quite a while even after the Governor's death, and when it does eventually fall apart there's still some survivors left. In the show, a large majority of it's its residents are killed thoughout Season 3 and the town is abandoned and destroyed long before the Governor meets his end in the Season 4 mid-finale. And the remaining Woodbury residents are killed either during the final prison attack or shortly afterwards by the Flu.



* KillEmAll: As of "Too Far Gone," all of the original Woodbury survivors are dead. Most of them are killed during their war with Rick's group, while the survivors die as a result of the flu or the Governor's final attack.
* KilledOffScreen: {{Word Of God}} states that ''all'' of the Woodbury residents are dead, which means that those who inexplicably vanished from the show actually died either when the Governor kills the majority of them or when the Flu killed off the rest of them.

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* KillEmAll: As of "Too Far Gone," Gone", all of the original Woodbury survivors are dead. Most of them are killed during their war with Rick's group, while the survivors die as a result of the flu or the Governor's final attack.
* KilledOffScreen: {{Word Of God}} states that ''all'' of the Woodbury residents are dead, which means that those who inexplicably vanished from the show actually died either when the Governor kills the majority of them or when the Flu flu killed off the rest of them.



* {{Narcissist}}: Of the AxCrazy, [[TotalitarianUtilitarian despotic]] variety. Unlike his psychopathic counterpart in the comics, Phillip Blake genuinely aspires (at least initially) to [[WellIntentionedExtremist make Woodbury a secure and thriving community under his rule]] in the aftermath of the ZombieApocalypse. However, whatever noble intentions he has are massively undermined by the fact that he is an unhinged megalomaniac who is extremely hostile and contemptuous towards all forms of authority besides his own. While he once had a family whom he genuinely cared for and remains capable of forming genuine attachments with other characters (like Andrea and Lily), Phillip is [[DisproportionateRetribution mercilessly brutal]] to all who fail to provide him with the [[LoveHungry unwavering devotion to which he feels entitled]] regardless of how close they are to him. Despite imposing such lofty expectations on those around him, he [[MoralMyopia sees no problem deceiving, manipulating and killing others to get what he wants]].

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* {{Narcissist}}: Of the AxCrazy, [[TotalitarianUtilitarian despotic]] variety. Unlike his psychopathic counterpart in the comics, Phillip Blake genuinely aspires (at least initially) to [[WellIntentionedExtremist make Woodbury a secure and thriving community under his rule]] in the aftermath of the ZombieApocalypse. However, whatever noble intentions he has are massively undermined by the fact that he is an unhinged megalomaniac who is extremely hostile and contemptuous towards all forms of authority besides his own. While he once had a family whom he genuinely cared for and remains capable of forming genuine attachments with other characters (like Andrea and Lily), Lilly), Phillip is [[DisproportionateRetribution mercilessly brutal]] to all who fail to provide him with the [[LoveHungry unwavering devotion to which he feels entitled]] regardless of how close they are to him. Despite imposing such lofty expectations on those around him, he [[MoralMyopia sees no problem deceiving, manipulating and killing others to get what he wants]].



* PsychoticSmirk: When Rick and the group comeback to rescue Daryl while firing at his henchmen causing the townspeople to run in panic, he's the only one that seems to enjoys this.

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* PsychoticSmirk: When Rick and the group comeback come back to rescue Daryl while firing at his henchmen henchmen, causing the townspeople to run in panic, he's the only one that seems to enjoys enjoy this.



* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: After killing Martinez and noticing weak leadership from Pete, he leaves Martinez's camp along with Tara, Lily, Meghan, and Alisha. Subverted when they run into a muddy quicksand pit infested with trapped walkers, forcing them to return, and ultimately forcing him to usurp control of the group.

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* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: After killing Martinez and noticing weak leadership from Pete, he leaves Martinez's camp along with Tara, Lily, Lilly, Meghan, and Alisha. Subverted when they run into a muddy quicksand pit infested with trapped walkers, forcing them to return, and ultimately forcing him to usurp control of the group.



* StepfordSmiler: He smiles a lot to charm Andrea, hiding just how insane he is underneath it all. He later also uses this a lot to try to put Rick at ease during negotiations. It looks very fake, though it's subverted when he talks about when his wife died. He's clearly trying to maintain the charming persona but he's clearly grieving. It's the only point in their conversation when Rick empathizes with him and no doubt the only moment of sincerity from The Governor.

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* StepfordSmiler: He smiles a lot to charm Andrea, hiding just how insane he is underneath it all. He later also uses this a lot to try to put Rick at ease during negotiations. It looks very fake, though it's subverted when he talks about when his wife died. He's clearly trying to maintain the charming persona but he's clearly grieving. It's the only point in their conversation when Rick empathizes with him and no doubt the only moment of sincerity from The the Governor.



* VillainWithGoodPublicity: Overlaps with being AFatherToHisMen. He does seem to care about the people of Woodbury, but he antagonizes other group to provide for them. He also won't think twice on dispatching his subordinates if he sees it fit. In the Season 3 finale he snaps, and reveals himself to others as the villain by gunning down most of his people.

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* VillainWithGoodPublicity: Overlaps with being AFatherToHisMen. He does seem to care about the people of Woodbury, but he antagonizes other another group to provide for them. He also won't think twice on dispatching his subordinates if he sees it fit. In the Season 3 finale he snaps, and reveals himself to others as the villain by gunning down most of his people.



* YouKilledMyFather: Goes both ways. The ultimately fatal attack on Penny results in him taking this position towards Michonne. In Season 4, majority of the prison group were very pissed at him for killing Hershel, as two of them were his actual daughters while majority of them considers him the TeamDad.

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* YouKilledMyFather: Goes both ways. The ultimately fatal attack on Penny results in him taking this position towards Michonne. In Season 4, the majority of the prison group were very pissed at him for killing Hershel, as two of them were his actual daughters while the rest of the majority of them considers him the TeamDad.



* ZombieAdvocate: ZigZagged. He kept his undead daughter Penny locked away in hopes that Milton will find a "cure." However, he also kept other walkers for staged fights, stating that it teaches the Woodbury residents not to be afraid of them. Another reason he kept them is for assaulting other groups if necessary.

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* ZombieAdvocate: ZigZagged. He kept his undead daughter Penny locked away in hopes that Milton will find a "cure." "cure". However, he also kept other walkers for staged fights, stating that it teaches the Woodbury residents not to be afraid of them. Another reason he kept them is for assaulting other groups if necessary.



* DeathByAdaptation: In the comic, it is later revealed that Lily Caul [[MercyKill mercy "killed"]] her after she killed The Governor during the fall of the prison. Here, Michonne impales her through the mouth from the back of the head in her second appearance.

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* DeathByAdaptation: In the comic, it is later revealed that Lily Lilly Caul [[MercyKill mercy "killed"]] her after she killed The Governor during the fall of the prison. Here, Michonne impales her through the mouth from the back of the head in her second appearance.
27th May '17 12:06:44 PM SorPepita
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* MythologyGag: In "Live Bait", he takes part of his alias from a storyline in the comic: [[Literature/TheWalkingDeadTheRoadToWoodbury Brian]] Herrot.

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* MythologyGag: In "Live Bait", he takes part of his alias from a storyline in the comic: [[Literature/TheWalkingDeadTheRoadToWoodbury Brian]] Herrot.Heriot.
27th May '17 12:06:08 PM SorPepita
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* ManBitesMan: Bites off Merle's fingers off when fighting him.

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* ManBitesMan: Bites off Merle's fingers off when fighting him.
27th May '17 11:59:59 AM SorPepita
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* EvilCounterpart: He's Rick's, representing the worst that Officer Friendly could become: a brutal dictator driven insane with grief but could not recover.
* EvilOverlord: Of Woodbury, although most of the town considers him a benevolent leader. They finally learn the truth the hard way when he guns the majority of them down. In the next season, basically he repeats history when he takes control of Martinez' new group by killing Martinez and Pete, then turning them into another militia that invades the prison a second time. And once again, they all die, including him.
* {{Expy}}: Charismatic, charming; he runs a self-built town where he's the unquestioned leader. He's also an evil, corrupt, sociopath, whom sends his goons to kill anyone who tries to leave the town. Sounds a lot like the Peoples Temple cult leader [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Jones Jim Jones]]. It's even [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] by Michonne when she describes him to Rick, referring to him as a "Jim Jones type".
** His actions in Season 4's "Live Bait" softening considerably, and caring for a young girl who reminds him of his own dead daughter are a lot more reminiscent of Joel from ''VideoGame/TheLastOfUs''.

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* EvilCounterpart: He's Rick's, representing the worst that Officer Friendly could become: a brutal dictator driven insane with grief but who could not recover.
* EvilOverlord: Of Woodbury, although most of the town considers him a benevolent leader. They finally learn the truth the hard way when he guns the majority of them down. In the next season, basically he repeats history when he takes control of Martinez' Martinez's new group by killing Martinez and Pete, then turning them into another militia that invades the prison a second time. And once again, they all die, including him.
* {{Expy}}: Charismatic, charming; Charismatic and charming, he runs a self-built town where he's the unquestioned leader. He's also an evil, corrupt, sociopath, whom corrupt sociopath who sends his goons to kill anyone who tries to leave the town. Sounds a lot like the Peoples People's Temple cult leader [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Jones Jim Jones]]. It's even [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] by Michonne when she describes him to Rick, referring to him as a "Jim Jones type".
** His actions in Season 4's "Live Bait" softening him considerably, and caring for a young girl who reminds him of his own dead daughter are a lot more reminiscent of Joel from ''VideoGame/TheLastOfUs''.



* FlunkyBoss: Merle fought him when he's with a dozen Woodbury {{Mooks}}.

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* FlunkyBoss: Merle fought him when he's he was with a dozen Woodbury {{Mooks}}.



** He's also one to Rick. Especially in Season 4, where there are extremely strong parallels between his actions post Season 3 and what Rick went through toward the start of the series. In season 5 it becomes more apparent when Rick moves into Alexandria and begins to act like the Governor more until he realizes he's starting to slip.

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** He's also one to Rick. Especially in Season 4, where there are extremely strong parallels between his actions post Season 3 and what Rick went through toward the start of the series. In season 5 it becomes more apparent when Rick moves into Alexandria and begins to act more like the Governor more until he realizes he's starting to slip.



* TheHeavy: For events past Season 3 he's this. His second attack on the prison completely changed the group's lives since he ruined the prison and lead to the group finding Terminus and various other survivors.

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* TheHeavy: For events past Season 3 he's this. His second attack on the prison completely changed the group's lives since he ruined the prison it and lead to the group finding Terminus and various other survivors.



* IconicItem:: His black eyepatch, despite its late arrival, due to its part in creating his comic counterpart's image. The [[TheMerch action figure]] based on him even has two heads that can be attached to the body, with and without the eye patch.

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* IconicItem:: IconicItem: His black eyepatch, despite its late arrival, due to its part in creating his comic counterpart's image. The [[TheMerch action figure]] based on him even has two heads that can be attached to the body, with and without the eye patch.



* KarmicDeath: Like with many of his victims, he ultimately is left for dead without a head shot by Michonne. And despite his massive ego he ultimately ends up as just another devoured corpse in the overrun prison yard, having utterly failed in everything he's tried. He's even put out of his misery by the woman he loved.

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* KarmicDeath: Like with many of his victims, he ultimately is left for dead without with a head shot headshot by Michonne. And despite his massive ego he ultimately ends up as just another devoured corpse in the overrun prison yard, having utterly failed in everything he's tried. He's even put out of his misery by the woman he loved.



* KickTheSonOfABitch: His murder of [[UngratefulBastard Allen]] and [[SmugSnake Martinez]].

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* KickTheSonOfABitch: His murder murders of [[UngratefulBastard Allen]] and [[SmugSnake Martinez]].
27th May '17 11:41:53 AM SorPepita
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** He also sincerly cares about his zombified daughter Penny, ultimately wants her to be safe and normal again, and breaks down in tears when she's killed. Compare this to his comic counterpart Brian, who's "Love" for her is portrayed in a far more twisted manner to the point that it's heavily implied that he lusts after her

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** He also sincerly sincerely cares about his zombified daughter Penny, ultimately wants her to be safe and normal again, and breaks down in tears when she's killed. Compare this to his comic counterpart Brian, who's "Love" for her is portrayed in a far more twisted manner to the point that it's heavily implied that he lusts after herher.



* BadBoss: He murders his entire militia after they are routed at the prison and refuse to obey his orders to go back and fight. He later gets his entire second group killed (sans Lilly and Tara) by invading the prison a second time; including himself.

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* BadBoss: He murders his entire militia after they are routed at the prison and refuse to obey his orders to go back and fight. He later gets his entire second group killed (sans Lilly and Tara) by invading the prison a second time; time, including himself.



* BaitTheDog: At first, he seems to be a benevolent leader whose looking out for the survivors for the community. Then the wounded soldier that his men discover tells him where his comrades are and it all goes downhill from there.

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* BaitTheDog: At first, he seems to be a benevolent leader whose who is looking out for the survivors for the community. Then the wounded soldier that his men discover tells him where his comrades are and it all goes downhill from there.



* BreakTheHaughty: After the events of the Season 3 finale and "Live Bait", Phillip was left for dead by his men, nearly starved to death and was later brought in by a family that, if he was in his Social Darwinist mindset from Season 3, he would consider "weak". Ultimately returns to his old ways when he hooks up with Martinez' new group.

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* BreakTheHaughty: After the events of the Season 3 finale and "Live Bait", Phillip was left for dead by his men, nearly starved to death and was later brought in by a family that, if he was in his Social Darwinist SocialDarwinist mindset from Season 3, he would consider "weak". Ultimately returns to his old ways when he hooks up with Martinez' Martinez's new group.



* CardCarryingVillain: Only is portrayed as this in the dying Tyreese's hallucination, hamming it up about how evil he really was and how Tyreese was stupid to not see it. Chad L. Coleman also weighed in and said that Tyreese saw The Governor as a figure representing Death itself, hence why The Governor was far more malicious in his hallucination.

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* CardCarryingVillain: Only is portrayed as this in the dying Tyreese's hallucination, hamming it up about how evil he really was and how Tyreese was stupid to not see it. Chad L. Coleman also weighed in and said that Tyreese saw The the Governor as a figure representing Death itself, hence why The the Governor was far more malicious in his hallucination.



* ChasingYourTail: Fights Andrea while chasing her throughout the season 3 episode, "Pray".

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* ChasingYourTail: Fights Andrea while chasing her throughout the season 3 episode, episode "Pray".



* ClimaxBoss: His second attack on the prison kicks the heroes out of the prison and changes everything for them as a result.

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* ClimaxBoss: His second attack on the prison kicks the heroes out of the prison it and changes everything for them as a result.



* ColdBloodedTorture: After jumping off the deep end, he kidnaps Andrea, and tortures her, then tortures Milton for helping Andrea. He then tries to force Milton to kill Andrea against his will. He succeeds in a way after he mortally wounds Milton and leaves him in the room to zombify and bite Andrea.

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* ColdBloodedTorture: After jumping off the deep end, he kidnaps Andrea, Andrea and tortures her, then tortures Milton for helping Andrea. He then tries to force Milton to kill Andrea against his will. He succeeds in a way after he mortally wounds Milton and leaves him in the room to zombify and bite Andrea.



* DarkMessiah: An AxCrazy person with messiah complex will make you this by default.

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* DarkMessiah: An Being an AxCrazy person with messiah complex will make you this by default.



* ADeathInTheLimelight: The last three episodes of the first half of Season 4 was heavily focused on him until he was ultimately killed-off in the mid-season finale.

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* ADeathInTheLimelight: The last three episodes of the first half of Season 4 was were heavily focused on him until he was ultimately killed-off in the mid-season finale.



* DeclarationOfProtection: Towards the family headed by Lilly after her father passes away he had befriended, especially Meghan, in "Live Bait".

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* DeclarationOfProtection: Towards the family headed by Lilly after her father passes passed away he had befriended, especially Meghan, in "Live Bait".



'''Milton:''' ...[[OnlySaneMan That]] ''is'' a slaughter.\\

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'''Milton:''' ... [[OnlySaneMan That]] ''is'' a slaughter.\\
5th Apr '17 12:17:30 PM nirao01
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* AdaptationOriginConnection: Woodburry becomes part of Michonne and Tyreese's respective {{Story Arc}}s before officially joining Rick's group. In the comics, they both encountered Woodburry while already being members on Rick's team.


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* CelebrityParadox: During the penultimate episode of Season 2, Rick mentions Senoia, Georgia, the city that stands in for Woodbury.


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* GladiatorGames: The Governor occasionally held fights for the crowd's entertainment.


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* PromotionToLoveInterest: For Andrea. In the comics, they were never acquainted both romantically and sexually.
2nd Apr '17 11:41:56 AM Doldrum27831
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* {{Narcissist}}: Of the AxCrazy, [[TotalitarianUtilitarian despotic]] variety. Unlike his psychopathic counterpart in the comics, Phillip Blake genuinely aspires (at least initially) to [[WellIntentionedExtremist make Woodbury a secure and thriving community under his rule]] in the aftermath of the ZombieApocalypse. However, whatever noble intentions he has are massively undermined by the fact that he is an unhinged megalomaniac who is extremely hostile and contemptuous towards all forms of authority besides his own. While he once had a family whom he genuinely cared for and remains capable of forming genuine attachments with other characters (like Andrea and Lily), Phillip is nevertheless [[DisproportionateRetribution mercilessly brutal]] to all who fail to provide him with the [[LoveHungry unwavering devotion to which he feels entitled]] regardless of how close they are to him. Despite imposing such lofty expectations on those around him, he [[MoralMyopia sees no problem deceiving, manipulating and killing others to get what he wants]].

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* {{Narcissist}}: Of the AxCrazy, [[TotalitarianUtilitarian despotic]] variety. Unlike his psychopathic counterpart in the comics, Phillip Blake genuinely aspires (at least initially) to [[WellIntentionedExtremist make Woodbury a secure and thriving community under his rule]] in the aftermath of the ZombieApocalypse. However, whatever noble intentions he has are massively undermined by the fact that he is an unhinged megalomaniac who is extremely hostile and contemptuous towards all forms of authority besides his own. While he once had a family whom he genuinely cared for and remains capable of forming genuine attachments with other characters (like Andrea and Lily), Phillip is nevertheless [[DisproportionateRetribution mercilessly brutal]] to all who fail to provide him with the [[LoveHungry unwavering devotion to which he feels entitled]] regardless of how close they are to him. Despite imposing such lofty expectations on those around him, he [[MoralMyopia sees no problem deceiving, manipulating and killing others to get what he wants]].
2nd Apr '17 11:41:03 AM Doldrum27831
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* {{Narcissist}}: Of the AxCrazy, [[TotalitarianUtilitarian despotic]] variety. Unlike his psychopathic counterpart in the comics, Phillip Blake genuinely aspires (at least initially) to [[WellIntentionedExtremist make Woodbury a secure and thriving community under his rule]] in the aftermath of the ZombieApocalypse (see the AFatherToHisMen entry above). However, whatever noble intentions he has are massively undermined by the fact that he is an unhinged megalomaniac who is extremely hostile and contemptuous towards all forms of authority besides his own. While he once had a family whom he genuinely cared for and remains capable of forming genuine attachments with other characters (like Andrea and Lily), Phillip is nevertheless [[DisproportionateRetribution mercilessly brutal]] to all who fail to provide him with the [[LoveHungry unwavering devotion to which he feels entitled]] regardless of how close they are to him. Despite imposing such lofty expectations on those around him, he [[MoralMyopia sees no problem deceiving, manipulating and killing others to get what he wants]].

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* {{Narcissist}}: Of the AxCrazy, [[TotalitarianUtilitarian despotic]] variety. Unlike his psychopathic counterpart in the comics, Phillip Blake genuinely aspires (at least initially) to [[WellIntentionedExtremist make Woodbury a secure and thriving community under his rule]] in the aftermath of the ZombieApocalypse (see the AFatherToHisMen entry above).ZombieApocalypse. However, whatever noble intentions he has are massively undermined by the fact that he is an unhinged megalomaniac who is extremely hostile and contemptuous towards all forms of authority besides his own. While he once had a family whom he genuinely cared for and remains capable of forming genuine attachments with other characters (like Andrea and Lily), Phillip is nevertheless [[DisproportionateRetribution mercilessly brutal]] to all who fail to provide him with the [[LoveHungry unwavering devotion to which he feels entitled]] regardless of how close they are to him. Despite imposing such lofty expectations on those around him, he [[MoralMyopia sees no problem deceiving, manipulating and killing others to get what he wants]].
2nd Apr '17 11:40:25 AM Doldrum27831
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* {{Narcissist}}: Of the [[{{Sadist}} sadistic]], [[TotalitarianUtilitarian authoritarian]] variety. Unlike his psychopathic counterpart in the comics, Phillip Blake genuinely aspires (at least initially) to [[WellIntentionedExtremist make Woodbury a secure and thriving community under his rule]] in the aftermath of the ZombieApocalypse (see the AFatherToHisMen entry above). However, whatever noble intentions he possesses are massively undermined by the fact he is an [[AxCrazy unhinged]] megalomaniac who is extremely hostile and contemptuous towards all forms of authority aside from his own. While it is revealed that he once had a family whom he genuinely cared for and proves himself capable of forming genuine attachments with characters such as Andrea and Lily, Phillip is nonetheless [[LoveHungry unflinchingly brutal to all (including those close to him) when they fail to provide him with the unwavering loyalty and obedience to which he feels entitled]]. Despite imposing such lofty expectations on those around him, he [[MoralMyopia sees no problem deceiving, manipulating and murdering others to get what he wants]].

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* {{Narcissist}}: Of the [[{{Sadist}} sadistic]], AxCrazy, [[TotalitarianUtilitarian authoritarian]] despotic]] variety. Unlike his psychopathic counterpart in the comics, Phillip Blake genuinely aspires (at least initially) to [[WellIntentionedExtremist make Woodbury a secure and thriving community under his rule]] in the aftermath of the ZombieApocalypse (see the AFatherToHisMen entry above). However, whatever noble intentions he possesses has are massively undermined by the fact that he is an [[AxCrazy unhinged]] unhinged megalomaniac who is extremely hostile and contemptuous towards all forms of authority aside from besides his own. While it is revealed that he once had a family whom he genuinely cared for and proves himself remains capable of forming genuine attachments with other characters such as (like Andrea and Lily, Lily), Phillip is nonetheless [[LoveHungry unflinchingly brutal nevertheless [[DisproportionateRetribution mercilessly brutal]] to all (including those close to him) when they who fail to provide him with the [[LoveHungry unwavering loyalty and obedience devotion to which he feels entitled]]. entitled]] regardless of how close they are to him. Despite imposing such lofty expectations on those around him, he [[MoralMyopia sees no problem deceiving, manipulating and murdering killing others to get what he wants]].
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