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Please note that a character gets a "kill" for killing a named person. It is possible for a character to get 2 kill points on the death of one person. This is possible by: one, killing the person when they are still alive and two, killing the person while they're infected. A kill point is added by a character who does any of the following; killing the living, killing a named walker, killing a character before reanimation or causing a death.

Georgia Tour Company offers two-hour walking tours of Senoia, visiting locations used in "The Walking Dead," "Fried Green Tomatoes," "Pet Sematary II," "Drop Dead Diva" and more. They point out the base camp used for filming of "The Walking Dead" and test visitor knowledge. You have your choice of three different themed tours, all of which leave from Senoia.

While the Glenn Walking Dead death still shocks fans to this day, there was a reason why Glenn (Steven Yeun) had to die in The Walking Dead season 7. In the comics, specifically The Walking Dead #100, Negan and the Saviors had Rick and his allies at his mercy. To demonstrate the consequences of crossing the Saviors, Negan brutally executed a member of Rick's group, Glenn, by bashing his head in with his trademark weapon, Lucille. The TV version of the story headed in the same direction when the conflict with the Saviors in season 6 led to a direct confrontation with Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan). As in the comics, Negan picked his victim, whose identity was kept secret until the season 7 premiere. Negan's victim was revealed to be Abraham (Michael Cudlitz), which caused Daryl (Norman Reedus) to retaliate in anger. Daryl's outburst irritated Negan, so he executed Glenn as well. The tragedy of Glenn's Walking Dead death continues to influence both the spinoff Fear The Walking Dead and the original series.

The show put its own twist on the Glenn Walking Dead death by killing Abraham alongside him. The Walking Dead doesn't always adhere to the source material. The show generally uses the same story arcs, but is able to keep viewers in suspense by killing off different characters. There was never a chance Glenn would be spared due to this inter-canon disparity, however. Not long after the episode aired, Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman explained that Glenn's Walking Dead death in the comics was far too important for it to be replaced with anyone else [via EW]. In other words, it had to be Glenn because his death was the impetus for a larger storyline that still needed to happen in the show. Indeed, even in Walking Dead season 11, the respective story arcs of remaining survivors - in one way or another - continue to be shaped by this particular tragedy. Here's why Glenn had to die in The Walking Dead.

Kirkman pointed to material in the comics related to Rick, Maggie (Lauren Cohan), and Negan as reasons for why the controversial Glenn Walking Dead death couldn't be changed. According to Kirkman, so much happened to these characters as a result of Negan's decision to kill Glenn, and that was why it was "essential" that he die in the season 7 premiere. It's true that, though the death of any character would have affected Rick and the others, what happened to Glenn was particularly meaningful for Rick and Maggie. Glenn, who had been at Rick's side since season 1, had become his most trustworthy and dependable ally. Losing Glenn was a big blow for Walking Dead then-leading hero Rick Grimes, and it's what set up his story for both Walking Dead seasons 7 and 8. Seeing Glenn meet such a horrendous fate is what fueled Rick's hatred for Negan and led to his revenge-driven crusade to end their servitude and defeat the Saviors. Likewise, committing the said atrocity was essential for Negan himself to transform throughout the series.

Glenn's Walking Dead death also had a similar, but longer-lasting impact on Maggie, who grew stronger and more determined. Glenn's death was a tragic but defining moment for Maggie. Another character deeply impacted by this story was Daryl, and how it affected him was actually an addition made to the show, since Daryl doesn't exist in the Walking Dead comics. Daryl's guilt over Glenn haunted him through season 7 and resulted in a powerful, emotional scene with Maggie, who told him that she didn't blame him for what Negan did. So as sad as Glenn's death was, there's so much that wouldn't have happened if a different character had been killed in his place on The Walking Dead.

The brutality of Glenn's Walking Dead death, just like in the comics, was actually intended to be upsetting - not just because of the sheer gore, but what the character represents. As Glenn actor Stephen Yeun says, it's not just the gratuitous violence that made the incident so impactful. Rather, it was the fact that The Walking Dead gave such a brutal death to a character with such deeply-established roots in the series. Here's what Yeun told Cinema Blend in an interview about his character's iconic death scene:

Moreover, Glenn's death gave Walking Dead's Negan arguably the best story arc in the entire series, with the question of Negan's redemption remaining a point of contention among long-time viewers - a debate that could get settled in the spinoff Isle of the Dead. Indeed, years after Glenn's death, its brutality remains cemented in audiences' minds. For better or worse, there's no doubt that Glenn's fate forever changed The Walking Dead's savage universe.

Per ComicBook, during a recent appearance at WonderCon, The Walking Dead: Dead City lead Lauren Cohan and showrunner Eli Jorné have confirmed the casting of Ghostbusters: Afterlife actor Logan Kim, who has been tapped to portray the teenage Hershel Rhee. The 16-year-old actor will replace Kien Michael Spiller, who played the character during the last two seasons of The Walking Dead. Hershel was named after his maternal grandfather (Scott Wilson), who served as a mentor and father figure to the original Atlanta survivors until his death in Season 4 at the hands of David Morrissey's The Governor.

In the middle of the night Clementine wakes up to Nick throwing the bottles at the wall because of Pete's death. Clementine then tells Nick they have to go. Clementine can decide whether or not to take Nick back to the cabin. If Clementine leaves with Nick, he opens the door and starts drawing the walkers' attention to him in order to give Clementine time to escape. If Clementine tries to get him he will push her telling her to go. Clementine leaves Nick in the shed or fighting the walkers off no matter what you choose.

Afterwards, Sarah shouts that Luke has come home and runs out of the room. Clementine looks outside and sees a silhouette and eyes it suspiciously. After walking downstairs, Sarah will confirm Clementine's hunch and state that the man is indeed not Luke. Clementine will approach the door and after attempting to lock it or open it, the stranger walks in. He greets Clementine and asks her what her name is.

Clementine then arrives in an armory where Bonnie is working loading magazines. Bonnie then apologizes to Clementine for her untruthfulness and Walter's death. Clementine can either blame her or Carver or stay neutral saying "a lot of people are to blame". As the discussion continues, Tavia talks to Bonnie over a walkie-talkie, asking if Clementine is still there. After Bonnie gives Clementine a "cool" jacket, Tavia will then come down to collect Clementine and take her to do more work with Reggie and Sarah in the greenhouse.

As she returns, Bonnie will give Clementine the task of running supplies to the workers at the expansion. Clementine can tell Bonnie about Reggie's death, and she will then let Clementine outside to deliver the supplies, after signalling Troy that Clementine is to be allowed outside. Clementine will briefly look at Reggie's corpse on the ground, before walking to the expansion.

Clementine reaches the roof and descends through another skylight into the stock room, which was the area the group agreed to meet. However, much to her shock, she finds the group being captured by Carver. Clementine will then distract Carver, allowing the group to overpower him. Afterwards, Kenny disables Carver by shooting him in both of his legs, and all but Kenny and Rebecca will leave outside. Clementine can either choose to stay as well, or go outside with the others, but either option will bring Carver's death.

Jane stumbles across them, telling them to stay calm and walk slowly, but Rebecca begins panicking, running to a tree and hiding behind it, pleading Jane for her help. Jane suggests they spread out in order to avoid getting caught and Clementine could say she agrees with Jane, or stay with Rebecca's side. In either choice, Jane returns to where she left Clementine and Rebecca, and devises a plan to help them to get through the herd. Jane then asks Clementine to get a walker's attention so that Jane could use it as a 'cow-catcher'. Clementine successfully draws the attention of the nearby walker, while Jane sneaks up behind it and removes its jaw from, thus preventing it from biting them. Jane uses the walker as a camouflage and pushes through the herd, with Rebecca and Clementine walking behind her. The three manage to successfully escape the herd into the forest. 041b061a72


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