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Reblogged from walkingdeadconfessions
Rick’s turning points throughout the seasonsIt was requested and I took the challenge. There are many and more moments that have a huge impact on Rick, but he seems to react very strongly to death. You’d think living a world of constant killing/dying he’d kinda adjust to it. However, this is the place he’s most vulnerable, he’s most likely to make a mistake, get depressed, basically just give in to the terrors and reality of the world he woke up to back in the hospital.So, then I went and looked for all the death around him and what effected him most:
- Bicycle girl - obvious choice, but that seems the first time he makes peace with the thought of these creatures not being human. However, he feels he is and he can continue to be.
- Sophia - turning point, because he realizes he can’t protect everyone.
- Shane - (ok, like a bitch my music player skipped to One Direction - Rock Me while I was making that gif, those of you who know the lyrics get it) HUGE turning point. Shane’s dead brings on Ricktatorship. It wasn’t the only factor of course, but it was the most important stressor.
- And then we get to Lori - this we have yet to see, but no doubt it will be an emotional roller coaster.