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The horde

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The giant horde has returned (doctor mentions the train and at the end the mass of zoms outside the windows), how will Lee and company combat this?

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  • What I want to know is what's drawing them further into the city. The train explains how they got near the city, but it stopped and would not make anymore noise to attract attention to the walkers, which means there's something else inside the city that is attracting them since they are all walking to the same location.

  • What about the bells? The traintrack gave them an unobstructed path to Savannah.
    Perhaps the bell ringing during the Crawford event really brought them in.

  • @LokiHavok said: What about the bells? The traintrack gave them an unobstructed path to Savannah.
    Perhaps the bell ringing during the Crawford event really brought them in.

    Good point, but we haven't seen any sign of them yet.

    Ep 5 guys... Ep 5...

  • @Viner16 said: Good point, but we haven't seen any sign of them yet.

    Ep 5 guys... Ep 5...

    Its what the Doctor mentions at the top of the tower.

  • @Viner16 said: Good point, but we haven't seen any sign of them yet.

    Ep 5 guys... Ep 5...


    Don't forget out of the window at the morgue!

  • You see quite a number of zombies shuffling past above, when you're in the morgue.

  • @darknessofheart said: What I want to know is what's drawing them further into the city. The train explains how they got near the city, but it stopped and would not make anymore noise to attract attention to the walkers, which means there's something else inside the city that is attracting them since they are all walking to the same location.

    In the comics, a herd just keeps going in the direction it started out in regardless of if there's still something to attract it. One zombie sees another shuffling in a direction and thinks that there's food where that one is headed, so it begins going the same way. Other zombies see THEM together and have the same thought, so more and more zombies group together as they go.

    The train provided the easiest way for the walkers to group up, as most of them along the tracks probably heard the noise. Even after the train had gone too far to be heard or seen by them, every walker kept heading toward Savannah because that's where all the OTHER walkers were going. So even if the train was stopped, they will keep walking until they rot away or find some food.

  • We all saw that walker horde coming in episode four, anyway. Savannah will end up as bad (or even worse) as Atlanta. I wonder what would have happened if our group never met with the horde, Omid wouldn't have hurt his leg, the survivors would be much more shocked when they saw the horde reaching savannah, and so on.

  • Man it seems like it be really easy to just gather a huge mob of Walkers into a giant hole of sorts..

    Throw a loud speaker somewhere start playing eye of the tiger. Slowly all the walkers rise and a montage of walkers heading to the hole would start.

  • @Acadias said: Throw a loud speaker somewhere start playing eye of the tiger. Slowly all the walkers rise and a montage of walkers heading to the hole would start.

    Ok this is now mandatory in every zombie story ever.

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