“The Walking Dead” is a show you either love or hate.After all, has there ever been a zombie fiction with such a frenzied following? Individuals wouldn’t be so mad about the Negan business if they didn’t care about the series. So, we’re rooting for you, Scott Gimple, Greg Nicotero and the rest of the “Walking Dead” gang. Grievances aside, we cherish this show and want it to achieve its previous brilliance. We want the character deaths to be vital in the most positive manner. What’s more, we have here, our list of the character deaths that had the greatest effect on the series through the initial six seasons.
10. Brian Blake (The Governor)
Brian Blake (otherwise called The Governor) was never ever the most complex villain on “The Walking Dead.” He didn’t have the ethical equivocalness of Shane, the solid governing rationality of Negan, or the late-in-the-game vulnerability of The Hunters. He was pretty much an unhinged sociopath. All his previous self was erased after his daughter, Penny, died. When he was presented in Season 2, there simply wasn’t much left to his identity. In any case, despite everything he holds the refinement of being the show’s longest-running villain. This implies his demise came stacked with a wide range of stories, without any bigger thematic ramifications. When he died under Michonne’s blade and Lilly’s bullet, the series finally proceeded to the most grounded plot point as such: Terminus.
9. Hershel Greene
All through his stay on “The Walking Dead,” Hershel Greene thought nobody was past redemption. What’s more, he ought to know – before the apocalypse, he had a drinking issue that persisted until his daughter Maggie was born. Hershel holds onto his confidence in humankind even after another time of darkness where he keeps his un-dead friends and family alive in a barn, fights with Rick Grimes over governance, and goes back to the bottle for a brief time. However, despite everything he is plummets back and wishes to determine the contention with his group’s opponents in Woodbury through tact instead of brutality. Obviously, it doesn’t go well, as prove by The Governor beheading him with Michonne’s katana, directly before Hershel’s whole family.