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Why would Tavia be Evil?

posted by Shel Is Hawt on - last edited - Viewed by 1.4K users

People are saying things like "I don't trust Tavia" (Because she's urban)
and it gets me thinking. She's welcoming these people to her settlement, why would she have malevolent intentions? Could this be a Saw type of thing where she wants to play a "game" with the survivors? Or could she secretly have something against one of the survivors?:confused:

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  • why depending on the size of the place

    They could have people they put in charge to police the place just like with regular society

    A guy like Nate could on surivive in there so long acting as crazy as he is.

  • I think Tavia has good intentions. Most people seem to distrust her because she doesn't look like someone who's been surviving for nearly a year. Hopefully that will be explained in Season 2.

    What's the bet that it's one of the 400 Days survivors that ruins it for that community.
    Wouldn't that be great; We have all these suspicions about this new place and then we find out it really is a good place five minutes before Becca lets a horde of zombies in, or something along those lines.

  • Not really evil. Her intentions are good. Their vaccine can save mankind but nobody wants to be guinea pig. So.. give them a home.

  • Dude, you get to PLAY as her plus when she spoke to her partner in the radio, he said that he would run a good community, I think that's the gateway to meeting other characters we have missed as well as Clementine (I think). Rather than it being a trap for the 5 characters, just getting to play as Tavia was an emphasis it wouldn't be a trap or something "bad".

  • At the end of the day, very little about Tavia is known and after what happened with the St. Johns, it's going to raise suspicions. Like TinyCarlos said, it would feel a bit repetitive if we had a similar situation to that come from this. Hopefully the fact we got to have some say in her replies to the group, means she's a good person and this will just be a little intro into setting the scene for season 2.

  • Probably because she kinda looks like Brenda

  • @RainbowKitten said: At the end of the day, very little about Tavia is known and after what happened with the St. Johns, it's going to raise suspicions. Like TinyCarlos said, it would feel a bit repetitive if we had a similar situation to that come from this. Hopefully the fact we got to have some say in her replies to the group, means she's a good person and this will just be a little intro into setting the scene for season 2.

    It's The Walking Dead. There aren't many good people left who offers food, safety and shelter for free. That's very suspicious.

  • @Rock114 said: You can't trust anyone. Remember how the St. Johns turned out for Lee and Co? For all we actually DO know, she could be part of a cult that's gathering people to make blood sacrifices to her Cult Leader/Master/Evil Force of choice. Granted, it's probably not that extreme, but until we get more info on what she actually intends to do, those who went with her (and even those who stayed at camp) should keep their guard up.

    Though if you have read the comics up until issue 60 or 70 something (can't really remember) you would know that Rick's group takes a chance with a community and it works out,though if I were in that situation I wouldn't be too sure either,I was just pointing out though that it may work out for the best,and I really hope it does as I got all of my group to go with Oprah.

  • She seems innocuous enough, although I get the mistrust.

  • I think wherever they are going is going to turn out to be like Woodbury, in other words not all its cracked up to be, but I don't think Tavia is a bad person. I think she has good intentions and was being honest with the group.

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