Which Walking Dead Character Had the Most Epically Tragic Death?


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I know, I know. It’s so cruel to choose…but since you have to pick one….who is it?? Who hurt your heart the most? Who’d you cry for? Who had you swearing to the gods that you’d never watch another wretched episode of The Walking Dead ever again?

  1. 1 Glenn

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    I felt my soul leave my body when Glenn died. He was supposed to live forever! How could Negan be THIS shitty? I'm going to be upset about this for the rest of my life. I don't know if I can ever watch this part of the series ever again because I have never felt this horrified by an episode of The Walking Dead before even with all that happened leading up to this moment. And no, it's not Daryl's fault, you insensitive clowns!

  2. 2 Abraham. The Most Badass of The Walking Dead cast.


    You know...I never did much warm up to Abraham...until I watched both, Sasha and Rosita grieve for his loss, but by then, it was too late to like him! He definitely was a bad-ass with a haunted past (or haunting? I'm sure that shit was still bothering him.) who needed something to live for. Being with the group finally gave him something stable, beautiful, and honest...until that bitch ass Negan had to come in and bash his head into blood pudding. *cries wildly* I'm honestly more upset with the fallout that happened afterwards than the actual loss of Abraham. Maybe I'm just heartless.

  3. 3 Sasha


    Sasha pulled an Abraham and took one for the team. She could've been like that spineless coward, Eugene, but instead she went out protecting the family and that's really all anyone could've asked for in a true friend. Though I guess we have to give Eugene a tiny bit of credit for helping her pull off this final, fantastic stunt.

  4. 4 Merle


    It was way past time for this insensitive fucker to redeem himself. Arrogant, annoying, disloyal, unstable, untrustworthy. I can't lie though, the way Daryl reacted to finding his brother put me all the way in my feelings. It seems that the reactions to the deaths might be a lot more horrible than the deaths themselves, but...at least Merle decided to be a hero in the end. His sacrifice had to do a lot of damage to the Governor's murderous soldier-folks.  

  5. 5 Beth. The most irritating and generally useless of The Walking Dead.


    Annoying. Annoying. Annoying. Though there were moments when she said some shit that made real sense, like when she was saying that there's no point in crying anymore, people are never going to stop dying. That shit made sense. It was raw and honest, but in general, I found Beth to be annoying as fuck. There was no way in hell she would've ever survived on her own. The constant hesitation and failure to kill walkers, the lack of ability to think and get creative under pressure...the group kept her alive. When she finally got three licks of good sense and was plotting her escape and not getting on my nerves, the bitch ups and gets herself killed. What the hell, Beth. What were you thinking?? Wouldn't getting away and having the last chuckle have been a better option?


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