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The walkers should scare us not we

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The crazy woman in the episode 2 mentioned that the walkers never eat each others but people like john brothers doing that!
The walkers aren't scary, They just eat like predator animals, and predator animals never killing each other

But humans...

Humans can be worse than animals or can be better than angels

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  • The walkers are scary because they have already died once. Being a corpse naturally instills a bit of fear in a lot of people. As corpses, they suffer no pain and are not hindered by damage to the body(other than the brain), unlike regular predators. They do not have fear, and will approach every situation no matter the odds. Their only goal is to eat, they do not focus on marking territories/reproducing/protecting offspring, etc. They don't sleep, and everything they kill becomes one of them. They alone are the reason the world is devastated in the first place.

    In many situations humans are more dangerous than walkers, but they are always a threat and you should always be wary of them.

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    @Mornai said: The walkers are scary because they have already died once.

    Things that haven't died yet scare me way more. In the whole game of TWD, I was the most anxious when we were entering entering Crawford and the most relieved when I realized that there's only zeds there.

  • @Profanity said: Things that haven't died yet scare me way more. In the whole game of TWD, I was the most anxious when we were entering entering Crawford and the most relieved when I realized that there's only zeds there.

    The tension of dealing with Crawford was a bit of a missed opportunity in retrospect.

    It's odd when the world is at a point where I can say "Oh thank God, it's just walkers.."

  • @Mikejames said: The tension of dealing with Crawford was a bit of a missed opportunity in retrospect.

    It's odd when the world is at a point where I can say "Oh thank God, it's just walkers.."

    Reminds me of one of Ben's lines. "Remember when it was just walkers? Those are starting to seem like the good old days."

    When you get used to them, or stop worrying about them, is when you start falling to them.

  • @Pro_Spammer said: They just eat like predator animals, and predator animals never killing each other

    Have to nitpick here, but that's not even remotely true; the majority of predators will kill each other. Hell, depending on the species, they'll eat their own kids.

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