History Characters / TheWalkingDeadTVShowWoodburySurvivors

1st Jan '16 1:08:13 PM Angelus25
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1st Jan '16 1:07:36 PM Angelus25
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1st Jan '16 1:06:13 PM Angelus25
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14th Nov '15 7:00:55 AM Da1tonTheGreat
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** His plan to assault the prison in "Home" seems rather haphazard, but is in fact a good aversion of HollywoodTactics aside from him not taking cover (probably because he's insane). The Governor sets up his men on higher ground and in the trees to unload automatic weapon fire on everyone inside, even the women and children. He also slams a truck through the gate and has a driver dressed in body armor release a cargo of walkers into the prison yard, cutting off any of Rick's group outside the prison. Lastly he fires guns into the air to attract even more walkers. In one attack he almost took out half of Rick's group. ** Seen again on his second attack on the prison where he orders his men to immediately bomb the guard towers using grenade launchers. The main reason the attack fails is that Rick's group use the undertrained nature of the Woodbury militia against them by detonating flashbangs in close quarters, sounding deafening sirens, and releasing walkers on them, and when they flee the interior of the prison in a panic, heavy use of automatic gunfire by a heavily-armored pair of Maggie and Glenn ensures a complete rout.
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** His plan to assault the prison in "Home" seems rather haphazard, but is in fact a good aversion of HollywoodTactics aside from him not taking cover (probably because he's insane). The Governor sets up his men soldiers on higher ground and in the trees to unload automatic weapon fire on everyone inside, even the women and children. He also slams a truck through the gate and has a driver dressed in body armor release a cargo of walkers into the prison yard, cutting off any of Rick's group outside the prison. Lastly he fires guns into the air to attract even more walkers. In one attack he almost took out half of Rick's group. ** Seen again on his second attack on the prison where he orders his men soldiers to immediately bomb the guard towers using grenade launchers. The main reason the attack fails is that Rick's group use the undertrained nature of the Woodbury militia against them by detonating flashbangs in close quarters, sounding deafening sirens, and releasing walkers on them, and when they flee the interior of the prison in a panic, heavy use of automatic gunfire by a heavily-armored pair of Maggie and Glenn ensures a complete rout.

** After losing to the prison group, he gunned down his cowering men without shooting them in the head so they'll reanimate. He did the same with Milton earlier by stabbing him in the gut and leaving him to reanimate and kill the BoundAndGagged Andrea.
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** After losing to the prison group, he gunned down his cowering men soldiers without shooting them in the head so they'll reanimate. He did the same with Milton earlier by stabbing him in the gut and leaving him to reanimate and kill the BoundAndGagged Andrea.

* EstablishingCharacterMoment: His introductory episode had him walking the line between "stern but good" and "a little too demanding, in a creepy way", until he walks into an armed camp of US soldiers, telling them about their missing comrade, waving a white flag. Then he whips out a pistol and his men gun them all down as part of an ambush.
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* EstablishingCharacterMoment: His introductory episode had him walking the line between "stern but good" and "a little too demanding, in a creepy way", until he walks into an armed camp of US soldiers, telling them about their missing comrade, waving a white flag. Then he whips out a pistol and his men people gun them all down as part of an ambush.

* {{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 men 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".
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* {{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 men 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".
30th Oct '15 11:10:43 PM notShemp
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* KarmicDeath: He was very supportive on the Governor's tactics to use walkers as weapons against people and created the walker pits to capture them. When he's EatenAlive when dropped into one of his own pits it is kind of ironic.
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* KarmicDeath: He was very supportive on the Governor's tactics to use walkers as weapons against people and created the walker pits to capture them. When he's EatenAlive DevouredByTheHorde when dropped into one of his own pits it is kind of ironic.
27th Oct '15 1:15:29 PM notShemp
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* DevouredByTheHorde: His ultimate fate when the Governor feeds him to a pit of captive walkers, in Season 4's "Dead Weight".

* EatenAlive: His ultimate fate when the Governor feeds him to a pit of captive walkers, in Season 4's "Dead Weight".
13th Oct '15 8:05:38 AM rbfanboy
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* TheCameo: [[spoiler: Returns in season 5 as a hallucination to a dying Tyreese.]]
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* TheCameo: [[spoiler: Returns in season 5 as a hallucination to a dying Tyreese.]]

* DeadPersonConversation: [[spoiler: His ghost haunts the dying Tyreese in season 5, taunting him over how he was fooled and how now he must "pay the bill."]]
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* DeadPersonConversation: [[spoiler: His ghost haunts the dying Tyreese in season 5, taunting him over how he was fooled and how now he must "pay the bill."]]"

* TheDreaded: Goes with being a HeroKiller. Merle even invokes this during a conversation with Hershel. The fact that he matches Rick on killing the most named characters proves this. Later, the prison group are noticeably shocked and scared when he reappears. [[spoiler: His appearance to the dying Tyreese proves that he still has a slight hold over the heroes' psyches long after his death.]]
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* TheDreaded: Goes with being a HeroKiller. Merle even invokes this during a conversation with Hershel. The fact that he matches Rick on killing the most named characters proves this. Later, the prison group are noticeably shocked and scared when he reappears. [[spoiler: His appearance to the dying Tyreese proves that he still has a slight hold over the heroes' psyches long after his death.]]
10th Oct '15 7:03:11 AM ayjazz
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* AntagonisticGovernor: He is the leader of Woodbury, and is one of the most dangerous villains the group ever faces.
30th Aug '15 8:30:32 PM Chris116
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The Governor is the leader of Woodbury, a closed-off and seemingly peaceful community of survivors. He's apparently an upstanding and charismatic leader to his people, but he harbors dark secrets that only his inner circle knows about. At the end of Season 3, he brutally massacres most of Woodbury before disappearing with his last two supporters. When they abandon him, The Governor becomes a broken man and is only pulled out of it months later when he finds a family needing protection. Taking the alias "Brian Heriot", he soon comes to encounter another group of survivors and despite his attempts to atone for past mistakes, is consumed by his desire to take revenge on Rick and the prison group. He ultimately dies in Season Four's mid-season finale, having lost everything including his new family and the prison, and Rick's group is forced to move on in the wake of the devastation he leaves.
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The Governor is the leader of Woodbury, a closed-off and seemingly peaceful community of survivors. He's apparently an upstanding and charismatic leader to his people, but he harbors dark secrets that only his inner circle knows about. At the end of Season 3, he brutally massacres most of Woodbury before disappearing with his last two supporters. When they abandon him, The Governor becomes a broken man and is only pulled out of it months later when he finds a family needing protection. Taking the alias "Brian Heriot", he soon comes to encounter another group of survivors and despite his attempts to atone for past mistakes, is consumed by his desire to take revenge on Rick and the prison group. He ultimately dies in Season Four's mid-season finale, having lost everything including his new family and the prison, and Rick's group is forced to move on in the wake of the devastation he leaves.
30th Aug '15 8:29:16 PM Chris116
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The Governor is the leader of Woodbury, a closed-off and seemingly peaceful community of survivors. He's apparently an upstanding and charismatic leader to his people, but he harbors dark secrets that only his inner circle knows about. At the end of Season 3, he brutally massacres most of Woodbury before disappearing with his last two supporters.
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The Governor is the leader of Woodbury, a closed-off and seemingly peaceful community of survivors. He's apparently an upstanding and charismatic leader to his people, but he harbors dark secrets that only his inner circle knows about. At the end of Season 3, he brutally massacres most of Woodbury before disappearing with his last two supporters. When they abandon him, The Governor becomes a broken man and is only pulled out of it months later when he finds a family needing protection. Taking the alias "Brian Heriot", he soon comes to encounter another group of survivors and despite his attempts to atone for past mistakes, is consumed by his desire to take revenge on Rick and the prison group. He ultimately dies in Season Four's mid-season finale, having lost everything including his new family and the prison, and Rick's group is forced to move on in the wake of the devastation he leaves.

The Governor is * GunboatDiplomacy: Shows up to the leader of Woodbury, a closed-off and seemingly peaceful community of survivors. He's apparently an upstanding and charismatic leader to his people, but he harbors dark secrets that only his inner circle knows about. At prison for the end of Season 3, he brutally massacres most of Woodbury before disappearing final battle with his last two supporters.hostages, a tank, and a bunch of brainwashed, combat-ready people and orders Rick to leave or else.

-->'''Rick'': We have sick people here. Children. -->'''The Governor''': I have a tank. Doesn't seem like there's much to talk about.
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-->'''Rick'': -->'''Rick''': We have sick people here. Children. -->'''The Governor''': *shrugs* I have a tank. Doesn't seem like there's much to talk about.

The Governor's daughter, she was turned into a Walker some time prior to the meeting with the prison group.
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The Governor's daughter, she was turned into a Walker some time prior to the meeting with the prison group. Unable to cope with his loss, The Governor kept her captive in his apartment and continued to care for her, not believing she was truly dead. Michonne discovers her during the raid on Woodbury, and, disgusted, kills her. The grieving Governor swears vengeance upon Michonne and it leads to a brutal war with Rick's group.

Martinez is a member of the Woodbury militia and one of the Governor's most trusted soldiers. His family was killed by walkers, giving him an extreme hatred of the undead. After the Governor massacred most of his army, Martinez abandoned him and formed his own group of survivors, later reencountering the Governor with the Chambler family.
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Martinez is a member of the Woodbury militia and one of the Governor's most trusted soldiers. His family was killed by walkers, giving him an extreme hatred of the undead. After the Governor massacred most of his army, Martinez abandoned him and formed his own group of survivors, later reencountering the Governor with the Chambler family. When The Governor realizes he knows too much about his past with Woodbury, he kills his former lieutenant when offered a joint leadership of the group, and takes over.

Martinez is a member of the Woodbury militia and one of the Governor's most trusted soldiers. His family was killed by walkers, giving him an extreme hatred of the undead. After the * BullyingADragon: Taunting The Governor massacred most of more than helped bring about his army, Martinez abandoned him and formed his own group of survivors, later reencountering the Governor with the Chambler family.demise.

* WeCanRuleTogether: A subverted example. Martinez is a member of believes he's the Woodbury militia and one of the Governor's most trusted soldiers. His family was killed by walkers, giving him an extreme hatred of the undead. After the top dog when he offers to rule his group with The Governor massacred most of his army, Martinez abandoned him and formed his own group of survivors, later reencountering the as equals, but The Governor with isn't having it and kills him, leaving him as the Chambler family.group's leader.

Karen is citizen of Woodbury. She is a friend of Andrea and joins the militia during the conflict with Rick's group, which she joins after realizing the Governor is evil. She enters into a relationship with Tyreese at the prison.
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Karen is citizen of Woodbury. She is a friend of Andrea and joins the militia during the conflict with Rick's group, which she joins after realizing the Governor is evil. She enters into a relationship with Tyreese at the prison.prison, but when she comes down with a plague, Carol kills her to try to prevent the spread of the disease. Tyreese is horrified by her death, and it ultimately leads to some ''serious'' drama between him and Carol for the remainder of the season.
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