History Characters / TheWalkingDeadTVShowWoodburySurvivors

17th Jun '16 8:36:45 PM Boggs
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* RealityEnsues: He's ''tries'' to change for the better, but fails because [[AxCrazy he's still insane.]]

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* RealityEnsues: He's He ''tries'' to change for the better, but fails because [[AxCrazy he's still insane.]]
17th Jun '16 12:09:44 PM Boggs
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* RealityEnsues: He's ''tries'' to change for the better, but fails because [[AxCrazy he's still insane.]]
10th Jun '16 8:34:19 AM Chris116
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* BigBad: Specifically in Season 3 and [[DiscOneFinalBoss the first half of Season 4]]. Even after his death, he still has a lingering effect on the show, and for the next few seasons, no BigBad ever truly matches his body count, level of power and threat.

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* BigBad: Specifically in Season 3 and [[DiscOneFinalBoss the first half of Season 4]]. Even after his death, he still has a lingering effect on the show, and for the next few seasons, seasons until Negan's arrival, no BigBad ever truly matches his body count, level of power and threat.
21st Mar '16 6:28:07 PM keyblade333
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* ClimaxBoss: His second attack on the prison kicks the heroes out of the prison and changes everything for them as a result.



** Seen again on his second attack on the prison where he orders his 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.

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** Seen again on his second attack on the prison where he orders his soldiers to immediately bomb the guard towers using grenade launchers. The main reason the attack fails is that Rick's group use the undertrained under trained 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.



** It is not mentioned, but he is one to Michonne. Both lost those precious to them, but while Michonne became an outsider and managed to retain her humanity, the Governor became a ruthless sociopath who gathered people to manipulate.
** 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.

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** It is not mentioned, but he is one to Michonne. Both lost those precious to them, but while Michonne became an outsider and managed to retain her humanity, the Governor became a ruthless sociopath who gathered people to manipulate.
manipulate. This is taken further when they both meet a family that accepts them as a ParentalSubstitute. When the Governor entered the Chambler family as a ParentalSubstitute, he merely did so [[ReplacementGoldfish to replace them with what he lost]], while Michonne legitimately becomes a ParentalSubstitute to Carol and eventually gets with Rick after a while.
** 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.



* HeroKiller: Gives this impression to all of the people around him, especially after the Season 3 mid-season finale.

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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 and lead to the group finding Terminus and various other survivors.
* HeroKiller: Gives this impression to all of the people around him, especially after the Season 3 mid-season finale. He also causes the deaths of Axel, Merle, Milton, Andrea, and Hershel before he died and nearly killed Rick during their final battle.



* 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.

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* 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.
12th Mar '16 6:14:13 PM Chris116
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* FaceDeathWithDignity: Volunteers himself to be part of Milton's experiments and try to make his death worth something.


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* RealityEnsues: He's a grim reminder that people with serious sicknesses like cancer won't last long into the apocalypse, and The Governor seems to genuinely lament that they don't have the resources to save him.
12th Mar '16 9:58:56 AM Da1tonTheGreat
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[[folder:Mr. Coleman]]
!!Michael Coleman
->'''Portrayed by:''' Peter Kulas

Michael Coleman is a terminally ill resident of Woodbury who volunteers to participate in one of Milton's experiments.
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* AndThenJohnWasAZombie: He reanimates and tries to bite Milton, only to be put down by Andrea.
* CruelAndUnusualDeath: Averted, which is notable on ''The Walking Dead''. He dies peacefully in his sleep.
* HappilyMarried: To his wife, Betty.
* IllBoy: He has prostate cancer.
* ItCanThink: This is the point of Milton's experiment, though it ultimately fails.
* OddFriendship: With Milton.
* OneShotCharacter: Only appears in "When the Dead Come Knocking."
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27th Feb '16 9:29:26 AM Da1tonTheGreat
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* FamousLastWords: "Liar."

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* FamousLastWords: "Liar."Kill 'em all."
23rd Feb '16 10:05:51 PM Chris116
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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 persons 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 persons 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.
23rd Feb '16 10:04:35 PM Chris116
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* BigBad: Specifically in Season 3 and [[DiscOneFinalBoss the first half of Season 4]]. Even after his death, he still has a lingering effect on the show, and as of the fifth season no BigBad has truly matched his body count, level of power and threat.

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* BigBad: Specifically in Season 3 and [[DiscOneFinalBoss the first half of Season 4]]. Even after his death, he still has a lingering effect on the show, and as of for the fifth season next few seasons, no BigBad has ever truly matched matches his body count, level of power and threat.



* 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.



* IconicOutfit: His black vest.

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* IconicOutfit: His black vest.vest and long coat.



* ItsAllAboutMe: He has one of the most grossly bloated egos in the series. He laughs when Rick tries to propose s peaceful boundary between their two camps, incredulous that Rick is trying to make a decision, and makes it clear from the get go that he believes himself in charge of the meeting when he declares he's only there for Rick's surrender. During their sit down The Governor is condescending to Rick and seems to think he's scolding a child for much of their talk.



* KarmicDeath: Like with many of his victims, he ultimately is left for dead without a head shot by Michonne.

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* 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.



* LightningBruiser: In a fight he's very fast, but still extremely powerful with a gun and can hit like a Mack truck, as Rick learned the hard way.



* 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.

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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.fake, though it's subverted when he talks about when his wife died. He's clearly trying to maintain the charming persons 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.
1st Jan '16 1:08:13 PM Angelus25
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[[caption-width-right:300:''"Daddy still loves you..."'']]

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[[caption-width-right:300:''"Daddy [[caption-width-right:350:''"Daddy still loves you..."'']]
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