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"What part of 'everything is gone' do you not understand?"Rick Grimes awakens from a months long coma to find the world overrun by the undead. With advice from a fellow survivor, he sets out to find his wife and child, and ends up joining their camp of survivors led by his best friend Shane. As Rick comes to lead the group of misfit survivors, they all search for solutions to their predicament and look for a safe place, if such a thing exists, in this new life.
"We're facing a long, hard journey, maybe harder than I can imagine... but it can't be harder than our journey's been so far, can it?"The group moves to leave Atlanta, but when one of their own goes missing, the search takes them to the Greene family farm. Though its' owner Hershel allows the group to temporarily stay on the property, tension between the Greene family and Rick's group begin to boil over as Rick tries to convince Hershel to allow them to stay for good. As this is all going on, Daryl begins to find his place in the group, a Love Triangle between Rick, Shane and Lori begins to go south, and the group discovers that the undead are not the only threats they have to worry about in this horrible new world.
— Rick Grimes
"In this life now, you kill or you die. Or you die and you kill."After a long winter, Rick settles his battle-hardened and more combat-proficient group into an abandoned prison, but discovers that the place may not be the safe haven they had hoped for. Chief among the threats to the prison is The Governor, the despotic ruler of a nearby community of Woodbury, who sees Rick's group as a challenge to his empire. Caught in between the escalating war between the two groups is Andrea, who questions her place as she slowly begins to realize The Governor's true nature as the conflict threatens to destroy both groups from the inside out.
— The Governor
"Things break, but they can still grow."Several months after the Woodbury War, Rick has ceded leadership of the swelling prison group to a council led by Hershel, seeking to regain the humanity he risked losing during the previous season. As Rick questions whether you can come back from the things you have to do to survive, the specter of The Governor begins to cast a shadow over the prison with devastating results. The survivors of the tragedy, now scattered to the winds, begin to migrate towards Terminus, a supposed safe haven, while Rick is forced to finally come to terms with both his humanity and brutality if he is to finally find what kind of man he really is.
— Hershel Greene
"Nightmares end. They shouldn't end who you are."The reunited group escapes from a harrowing ordeal, but the nightmare isn't over, as they now find themselves hunted by the cannibalistic Hunters. The mystery of Beth's disappearance also comes to light, and brings about a confrontation and a string of losses that break the group's faith. Nevertheless, the group leaves Atlanta for good, and is eventually welcomed into the idyllic community of Alexandria several hundred miles away. Rick finds the sheltered community too weak and pampered, and begins to question whether or not he'll have to take drastic measures to protect his family and new home.
— Bob Stookey
"Will you look out for him like you look out for your people? Guess what. They're all your people, Rick."After the events of the previous season, Rick's group is still not wholly assimilated into Alexandria. When outside threats begin to threaten the community, Rick takes command to repel the threats and soon learns that if they are to survive, not only must the Alexandrians change their ways, but he must as well if he is to actually become their leader. After heavy losses, the Atlanta group and the native Alexandrians become one during a climactic battle, and then discover other settlements of survivors nearby. The newly expanded group will have to adapt to this larger world sooner than later once they discover that a threat larger and deadlier than anything they've ever faced before is well on its way — and may truly give them something to fear.
— Deanna Monroe
"Alexandria, the Hilltop, and the Kingdom; all three of our communities have something in common. We all serve the Saviors."Negan has arrived. After grossly underestimating the true power and resources that the Saviors control, Rick and his group have been cowed into submission, and have never been in such a dire situation as they are in now. As they heal their wounds and begin their new lives under Negan's control, in the wake of unimaginable tragedy, other survivors seek to end Negan's tyranny via their own methods. Eventually, Rick's group, as well as the other communities that have kneeled before the Saviors, must face a choice: either continue to sacrifice supplies towards Negan for their own benefit and health, or rise up and fight.
— Rick Grimes
- "The Day Will Come When You Won't Be"
- "The Well"
- "The Cell"
- "Go Getters"
- "Sing Me A Song"
- "Hearts Still Beating"
- "Rock in the Road"
- "New Best Friends"
- "Hostiles and Calamities"
- "Say Yes"
- "Bury Me Here"
- "The Other Side"
- "Something They Need"
- "The First Day of the Rest of Your Life"
"If we start tomorrow right now with everything we've beaten, everything we've endured, everything we've risen above, everything we've become If we start tomorrow right now no matter what comes next we've won. WE'VE ALREADY WON!"War has finally commenced between two opposite sides in the zombie-infested world. On one side, the residents of Alexandria, the Hilltop, the Kingdom and the Oceanside community. On the other lies the tyrannical Saviors and their allies, the Scavengers. Despite an auspicious start, the allied forces of AHKnote suffer major casualties and setbacks, and find themselves plagued by several rogue actions and rash decisions by their own people that nearly cause them to lose everything. Itís a fight to the finish, one that will decide who will live on to rebuild the world left when the dust settles from all-out war.
— Rick Grimes