The Walking Dead Summary Warlord Season 11 Ep 13

Wearing a teal polka-dotted shirt, Aaron is skeptical of the unknown.

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When someone is killed walking Dead— —This happens a lot— Most of the time, who did the act, and the reason is that the murder is displayed on the screen, and the reason is usually “need to murder”. But this two-thirds of Season 11 was willing to violate the show’s norms.To some strange, unexpected places-places like before and after the apocalypse FederalStrange political tricks Last week’s episodeAnd tonight’s honest murder mystery, it was a joy.

To be honest, I don’t think “military commander” will be in the top 10 of anyone. walking Dead Episodes are listed when everything is said, but it’s a completely fun time on TV I’m doing not yet Happy surprise to receive from TWDMore about the sinister Shenanigan of Vice Governor Lance Hornsby (Josh Hamilton), who was revealed last week to be the ruler of Alexandria, Hilltop and Oceanside, if not federal. Give up on a deep, but still wonderfully intriguing view. It was so effective in unraveling the mystery that I summarize it as the episodes come and go over time.

A few months after last week’s episode: Despite Maggie’s (Lauren Cohan) best efforts, Hilltop 2.0 is struggling hard. Lydia (Cassady McClincy) has given up and a seriously injured rider is about to fall on her horse and head for the Commonwealth. Saddle, and Maggie, Elijah (Okea Emme Akwari), and Lydia, breathlessly muttering, “They are slaughtering them.” Who is this young person? Who killed him? What is he talking about?

The child had a map depicting the route between the hilltop and an unknown location (called Riverbend). Lydia and Elijah decided to find and help these needy people, and Maggie eventually and reluctantly decided to join them. Along the way, they find three federal soldiers on the road, or former common troopers. It has a slit in my throat and I’m a zombie now. What the hell happened? theySuddenly out of nowhere, Aaron (Ross Marquand) ran up the road towards the group. he come from?

1 week ago: Gabriel (Seth Gilliam) achieved 180 completely during the time jump. He preached again, felt he heard the voice of God, and returned to the wild, saying that the people of the Commonwealth were “forced to see each human being,” but now that they are safe. , A stranger again.I’m glad he found God and morality again, but this is a banana because he was absolutely The person in the series who saw the least humanity of people at least once when Rick made his spectacular exit.

At the request of Aaron’s boss Carlson (Jason Butler Harner), Aaron, working on a federal immigration initiative, invites Gabriel to join a mission to first contact a possibly friendly settlement (called Riverbend). Ask to. They are religious groups. , And Carlson thinks the cloth man can help. It makes sense!

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A little over 12 hours when a child appears at the top of a hill: When they arrive, the place is sinisterly devastated and both Gabriel and Aaron want to leave it in hell, but Carlson is named Aaron, Gabriel, and Jesse (Connor Hammond) who died in the intro. Force the child! Take him to Riverbend, unarmed alone, and most strangely, Without it What happens to killing the common trooper platoon Jesse they brought?

This is just as stupid as Aaron and Gabriel knew. Riverbend is terribly full of sickle-wielding harsh people, trapped behind a triple-locked steel door and run by (another) paranoid cult leader named Ian (Michael Biehn)), Riverbend. Have a bookshelf on the skulls of those who have ruined. Ian threatens to kill Carlson. If they were secretly cannibals, they probably wouldn’t give Riverbend so many free MREs. Rather than risking a fight with Comont Trooper, Ian decided to let them go … it turned Carlson into a cold-blooded murderer, grabbed Ian’s gun, and brutalized him and other river vendors. Shoot with efficiency. hell?? what? Why?

1 week and 1 hour ago: Hornsby summons Carlson for a mission to retrieve a convoy of goods that appears to have been stolen by Riverbend. Hornsby secretly assigned to the mysterious “other”. Carlson loves to bring new people to the Commonwealth. He was once a CIA assassin, and Hornsby wants him to use his old skills to retrieve supplies. Hornsby tells you to bring Aaron. Aaron resumes his old work in Alexandria, and the zombie apocalypse and Gabriel for rescue, as the river vendor is religious and perhaps the priest becomes an asset. Anyway, when Carlson can do his thing, they should all look innocent and harmless.

A little less than 12 hours when a child appears at the top of a hill: Aaron and Gabriel were shocked by Carlson’s killing of these people with cold blood and were completely confused when asked where the injured Ian had unreferenced supplies. To save Ian (still absolutely astonishing to me), he is immediately arrested by the Common Trooper. Carlson shoots Ian and begins to get angry and kick his corpse, but when he hears Jesse run away on his horse, he jumps out.Everyone, I’m sorry for this a lot, but this episode Cook— The common trooper shoots the child from behind, but Aaron hits the soldier to prevent a second shot. Carlson shoots Aaron’s head, but lacks ammunition and Aaron escapes. And when Carlson returned inside, he found one of his soldiers dead and Gabriel missing.

Shortly before the present: Aaron tells Maggie, Elijah, and Lydia about the genocide, the arsenal of weapons lost by the Commonwealth, and taking Gabriel. The group heads for River Bend.

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Just 12 hours ago, during an attack on Riverbend: Jesse is running from bloodshed towards the horse. So he stopped by a river vendor named Annie (Medina Sengore) and Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) who became a member of the group. Negan gives the child a map leading to the hilltop. Telling Maggie that Aaron and Gabriel are in trouble, Negan and Annie return to Riverbend to kill the Carlson soldiers they found earlier and release Gabriel. But now the three are trapped in the building with a river vendor score.

Current: Riverbenders have been robbed of their weapons and Carlson keeps pushing people off the roof, forcing them to listen. who Tell him where the weapon is, just as Maggie, Aaron, Elijah, and Lydia go inside.

“Warlord” has a very fun and surprisingly unmistakable storytelling. Most importantly walking Dead Hope people don’t notice because there is no explanation or no explanation for these remaining mysteries. Indeed, there are some major contradictions in the episode, even beyond the order of Gabriel’s baby’s face. My favorite is when Aaron, Gabriel and Carlson first came to Riverbend. All its inhabitants look like hard-line murderers led by madmen, but Carlson turns his heels and we are supposed to hate him and the Commonwealth for their evil deception. When the river vendors are all suddenly portrayed as normal, threat-free people, the show wants us to cheer them on, as Maggie, Negan, etc. lead them freely, but their The crazy boss was bragging about his skull shelves within two hours! Very ridiculous, but fun.

Still, it was very annoying to notice that I was underestimating walking Dead I really thought I couldn’t get much explanation last night, especially why Aaron and Gabriel were drafted for the mission. I was trying to justify why it seemed meaningless, other than the show that the protagonist had to watch in the end. The Commonwealth was a real villain, and Hornsby came and explained it all to himself. Again, this sounds strange, but I’m happy to know that the show is smarter than I currently admit.

With “military commander” walking Dead Officially, we’ve passed the midpoint between the 11th and final seasons, but there are still many mysteries. What happened to the weapon? Were these common trooper zombies soldiers who were supposed to protect their weapons in transit? Who killed if not a river vendor? What are the “other projects” that Hornsby refers to? TWD Would you like to continue the hot streak of this interesting episode until the end of the show?

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Various muses:

  • To be honest, I can’t remember the mysterious murders other than the two who were attacked by the plague in Season 3. Eventually, Rick learned that Carroll had taken them out for the safety of the group, and Rick was appalled by her cruelty and banished her from prison. How will the times change!
  • Did anyone else feel strange when Aaron and Gabriel glanced at the building where the river vendor lived? Did you refuse to go because it was like the place where the shotgun mania lived while waiting for the shotgun mania to come to their doorstep?world of TWD Sure, they’re right, but they probably shouldn’t judge these things in the cover. In Zombie Apocalypse, defense defeats aesthetics. And anyway, did Ian intend to get the glass and repair all the windows?
  • Hornsby believes Aaron and Gabriel are in line with the massive killing of Riverbender. He’s wrong, but frankly, it’s a very knowledgeable guess on his part. Especially Gabriel is okay.
  • Maggie wonders what would be needed if the Federation had so many guns. Who Maggie, you’ll be thrilled to find a free weapon, including you.
  • MVP Seth Gilliam has one of the show’s best lines and line readings: “Yes, I haven’t done this.”

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