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V1.1 Update

images.jpeg.ca86bae142cc39f0ad78ee8c98952661.jpegIn This Life Now, You Kill Or You Die. Or You Die And You Kill! - The Governor, Woodbury

 

Survivors, I'm proud to present my 7 Days to Die interpretation prefab of Woodbury from the Walking Dead.
Let's go back in time and rewind to Season 3 (or 2012 if we're talking air dates), back to the Governor days, and back to the merry old town of Woodbury.

 

1134715329_7D2DWoodburyPrefab1.thumb.jpg.f7af6e057cfe351c7db7452630e114d7.jpg

 

 

DOWNLOAD
Download (NexusMods)

Download (Google Drive)

 

Installation details can be found here on the NexusMods page.

SCREENIES

https://imgur.com/a/miNsIA7

 

VIDEO
YouTube Video (recorded pre-release, so a little outdated)

 

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Recreating Woodbury in 7D2D

This prefab has approx. 25 furnished buildings to explore and famous areas to venture through.

 

I've tried to keep the main street and the layout of the buildings consistent so that it's match-able somewhat and similar to the original set (and the real life street), although to fit into the 7 Days universe I've had to change up the building uses/internal spaces (what the buildings are/have inside) or had to fill in some of the surrounding areas from my own interpretation of how Woodbury looked or how I believe the governor would have had things organised.

 

This release of Woodbury is set after the battle with Rick's group, after the Governor and his groupies have been killed, left in despair with the remaining inhabitants left to fend for themselves. Will they be able to rebuild Woodbury once again, or fall to the zeds like so many before them? A whole lot of mess, townsfolk (...as sleepers) and possibly good loot for you to find after all of the governor's time hoarding all of the good stuff to himself.


The History of Woodbury

Woodbury was originally abandoned by it's original inhabitants, or got unlucky and were turned into the undead and eventually drifted away from the town in search of fresh meat. Some time later, it was eventually discovered by a man named Philip Blake and a few other survivors who had previously barricaded themselves in one of the apartments for an unknown amount of time. However, under new leader ship and by working together, the survivors managed to clear the town of the dead and build fortified walls on Woodbury's streets to keep the dead from re-entering. Over time more survivors arrived at Woodbury and the town grew to contain over 73 survivors, all who fell under the leadership of Philip, or better nicknamed "The Governor".

The residents of Woodbury were able to restore power to the town for light via the use of solar panels, grow crops on the streets to feed themselves and had access to many vehicles and homes. Children were also given educations and the town also had a well trained doctor. Some of the town's residents were ex-military soldiers and were tasked by the Governor with guarding the walls 24/7 in order to ensure protection from the dead and potential hostile survivors.

 

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Update History

  • 11th May 2021 - V1.1 Minor Update of the xml File
  • 15th April 2021 - V1.0 Official Release
  • 12th February 2020 - Development Started
Andy Red

Andy Red


V1.1 Update

images.jpeg.ca86bae142cc39f0ad78ee8c98952661.jpegIn This Life Now, You Kill Or You Die. Or You Die And You Kill! - The Governor, Woodbury

 

Survivors, I'm proud to present my 7 Days to Die interpretation prefab of Woodbury from the Walking Dead.
Let's go back in time and rewind to Season 3 (or 2012 if we're talking air dates), back to the Governor days, and back to the merry old town of Woodbury.

 

1134715329_7D2DWoodburyPrefab1.thumb.jpg.f7af6e057cfe351c7db7452630e114d7.jpg

 

 

Download
Download (NexusMods)

Download (Google Drive)

 

Installation details can be found here on the NexusMods page.

Release Screenshots:

https://imgur.com/a/miNsIA7

 

Video:
YouTube Video (recorded pre-release, so a little outdated)

 

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Recreating Woodbury in 7D2D

This prefab has approx. 25 furnished buildings to explore and famous areas to venture through.

 

I've tried to keep the main street and the layout of the buildings consistent so that it's match-able somewhat and similar to the original set (and the real life street), although to fit into the 7 Days universe I've had to change up the building uses/internal spaces (what the buildings are/have inside) or had to fill in some of the surrounding areas from my own interpretation of how Woodbury looked or how I believe the governor would have had things organised.

 

This release of Woodbury is set after the battle with Rick's group, after the Governor and his groupies have been killed, left in despair with the remaining inhabitants left to fend for themselves. Will they be able to rebuild Woodbury once again, or fall to the zeds like so many before them? A whole lot of mess, townsfolk (...as sleepers) and possibly good loot for you to find after all of the governor's time hoarding all of the good stuff to himself.


The History of Woodbury

Woodbury was originally abandoned by it's original inhabitants, or got unlucky and were turned into the undead and eventually drifted away from the town in search of fresh meat. Some time later, it was eventually discovered by a man named Philip Blake and a few other survivors who had previously barricaded themselves in one of the apartments for an unknown amount of time. However, under new leader ship and by working together, the survivors managed to clear the town of the dead and build fortified walls on Woodbury's streets to keep the dead from re-entering. Over time more survivors arrived at Woodbury and the town grew to contain over 73 survivors, all who fell under the leadership of Philip, or better nicknamed "The Governor".

The residents of Woodbury were able to restore power to the town for light via the use of solar panels, grow crops on the streets to feed themselves and had access to many vehicles and homes. Children were also given educations and the town also had a well trained doctor. Some of the town's residents were ex-military soldiers and were tasked by the Governor with guarding the walls 24/7 in order to ensure protection from the dead and potential hostile survivors.

 

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Update History

  • 11th May 2021 - V1.1 Minor Update of the xml File
  • 15th April 2021 - V1.0 Official Release
  • 12th February 2020 - Development Started
Andy Red

Andy Red


V1.1 Update

images.jpeg.ca86bae142cc39f0ad78ee8c98952661.jpegIn This Life Now, You Kill Or You Die. Or You Die And You Kill! - The Governor, Woodbury

 

Survivors, I'm proud to present my 7 Days to Die interpretation prefab of Woodbury from the Walking Dead.
Let's go back in time and rewind to Season 3 (or 2012 if we're talking air dates), back to the Governor days, and back to the merry old town of Woodbury.

 

1134715329_7D2DWoodburyPrefab1.thumb.jpg.f7af6e057cfe351c7db7452630e114d7.jpg

 

 

Download
Download (NexusMods)

Download (Google Drive)

 

Installation details can be found here on the NexusMods page.

Release Screenshots:

https://imgur.com/a/miNsIA7

 

Video:
YouTube Video (recorded pre-release, so a little outdated)

 

----------------------------------------------------------------

 

Recreating Woodbury in 7D2D

This prefab has approx. 25 furnished buildings to explore and famous areas to venture through.

 

I've tried to keep the main street and the layout of the buildings consistent so that it's match-able somewhat and similar to the original set (and the real life street), although to fit into the 7 Days universe I've had to change up the building uses/internal spaces (what the buildings are/have inside) or had to fill in some of the surrounding areas from my own interpretation of how Woodbury looked or how I believe the governor would have had things organised.

 

This release of Woodbury is set after the battle with Rick's group, after the Governor and his groupies have been killed, left in despair with the remaining inhabitants left to fend for themselves. Will they be able to rebuild Woodbury once again, or fall to the zeds like so many before them? A whole lot of mess, townsfolk (...as sleepers) and possibly good loot for you to find after all of the governor's time hoarding all of the good stuff to himself.


The History of Woodbury

Woodbury was originally abandoned by it's original inhabitants, or got unlucky and were turned into the undead and eventually drifted away from the town in search of fresh meat. Some time later, it was eventually discovered by a man named Philip Blake and a few other survivors who had previously barricaded themselves in one of the apartments for an unknown amount of time. However, under new leader ship and by working together, the survivors managed to clear the town of the dead and build fortified walls on Woodbury's streets to keep the dead from re-entering. Over time more survivors arrived at Woodbury and the town grew to contain over 73 survivors, all who fell under the leadership of Philip, or better nicknamed "The Governor".

The residents of Woodbury were able to restore power to the town for light via the use of solar panels, grow crops on the streets to feed themselves and had access to many vehicles and homes. Children were also given educations and the town also had a well trained doctor. Some of the town's residents were ex-military soldiers and were tasked by the Governor with guarding the walls 24/7 in order to ensure protection from the dead and potential hostile survivors.

 

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Update History

  • 11th May 2021 - V1.1 Minor Update of the xml File
  • 15th April 2021 - V1.0 Official Release
  • 12th February 2020 - Development Started
Andy Red

Andy Red


V1.1 Update

images.jpeg.ca86bae142cc39f0ad78ee8c98952661.jpegIn This Life Now, You Kill Or You Die. Or You Die And You Kill! - The Governor, Woodbury

 

Survivors, I'm proud to present my 7 Days to Die interpretation prefab of Woodbury from the Walking Dead.
Let's go back in time and rewind to Season 3 (or 2012 if we're talking air dates), back to the Governor days, and back to the merry old town of Woodbury.

 

1134715329_7D2DWoodburyPrefab1.thumb.jpg.f7af6e057cfe351c7db7452630e114d7.jpg

 

 

Download
Download (Nexus Mods)

Download (Google Drive)

Release Screenshots:

https://imgur.com/a/miNsIA7

 

Video:
YouTube Video (recorded pre-release, so a little outdated)

 

 

Recreating Woodbury in 7D2D

This prefab has approx. 25 furnished buildings to explore and famous areas to venture through.

 

I've tried to keep the main street and the layout of the buildings consistent so that it's match-able somewhat and similar to the original set (and the real life street), although to fit into the 7 Days universe I've had to change up the building uses/internal spaces (what the buildings are/have inside) or had to fill in some of the surrounding areas from my own interpretation of how Woodbury looked or how I believe the governor would have had things organised.

 

This release of Woodbury is set after the battle with Rick's group, after the Governor and his groupies have been killed, left in despair with the remaining inhabitants left to fend for themselves. Will they be able to rebuild Woodbury once again, or fall to the zeds like so many before them? A whole lot of mess, townsfolk (...as sleepers) and possibly good loot for you to find after all of the governor's time hoarding all of the good stuff to himself.


The History of Woodbury

Woodbury was originally abandoned by it's original inhabitants, or got unlucky and were turned into the undead and eventually drifted away from the town in search of fresh meat. Some time later, it was eventually discovered by a man named Philip Blake and a few other survivors who had previously barricaded themselves in one of the apartments for an unknown amount of time. However, under new leader ship and by working together, the survivors managed to clear the town of the dead and build fortified walls on Woodbury's streets to keep the dead from re-entering. Over time more survivors arrived at Woodbury and the town grew to contain over 73 survivors, all who fell under the leadership of Philip, or better nicknamed "The Governor".

The residents of Woodbury were able to restore power to the town for light via the use of solar panels, grow crops on the streets to feed themselves and had access to many vehicles and homes. Children were also given educations and the town also had a well trained doctor. Some of the town's residents were ex-military soldiers and were tasked by the Governor with guarding the walls 24/7 in order to ensure protection from the dead and potential hostile survivors.

Update History

  • 11th May 2021 - V1.1 Minor Update of the xml File
  • 15th April 2021 - V1.0 Official Release
  • 12th February 2020 - Development Started
Andy Red

Andy Red


Official Release with Download Link

images.jpeg.ca86bae142cc39f0ad78ee8c98952661.jpegIn This Life Now, You Kill Or You Die. Or You Die And You Kill! - The Governor, Woodbury

 

Survivors, I'm proud to present my 7 Days to Die interpretation prefab of Woodbury from the Walking Dead.
Let's go back in time and rewind to Season 3 (or 2012 if we're talking air dates), back to the Governor days, and back to the merry old town of Woodbury.

 

1134715329_7D2DWoodburyPrefab1.thumb.jpg.f7af6e057cfe351c7db7452630e114d7.jpg

 

 

Download

Download V1.0 (Google Drive)
Download V1.0 (Nexus Mods)

 

Manual Installation

ReadMe File

Release Screenshots:

https://imgur.com/a/miNsIA7

 

Video:
YouTube Video (recorded pre-release, so a little outdated)

 

 

Recreating Woodbury in 7D2D

This prefab has approx. 25 furnished buildings to explore and famous areas to venture through.

 

I've tried to keep the main street and the layout of the buildings consistent so that it's match-able somewhat and similar to the original set (and the real life street), although to fit into the 7 Days universe I've had to change up the building uses/internal spaces (what the buildings are/have inside) or had to fill in some of the surrounding areas from my own interpretation of how Woodbury looked or how I believe the governor would have had things organised.

 

This release of Woodbury is set after the battle with Rick's group, after the Governor and his groupies have been killed, left in despair with the remaining inhabitants left to fend for themselves. Will they be able to rebuild Woodbury once again, or fall to the zeds like so many before them? A whole lot of mess, townsfolk (...as sleepers) and possibly good loot for you to find after all of the governor's time hoarding all of the good stuff to himself.


The History of Woodbury

Woodbury was originally abandoned by it's original inhabitants, or got unlucky and were turned into the undead and eventually drifted away from the town in search of fresh meat. Some time later, it was eventually discovered by a man named Philip Blake and a few other survivors who had previously barricaded themselves in one of the apartments for an unknown amount of time. However, under new leader ship and by working together, the survivors managed to clear the town of the dead and build fortified walls on Woodbury's streets to keep the dead from re-entering. Over time more survivors arrived at Woodbury and the town grew to contain over 73 survivors, all who fell under the leadership of Philip, or better nicknamed "The Governor".

The residents of Woodbury were able to restore power to the town for light via the use of solar panels, grow crops on the streets to feed themselves and had access to many vehicles and homes. Children were also given educations and the town also had a well trained doctor. Some of the town's residents were ex-military soldiers and were tasked by the Governor with guarding the walls 24/7 in order to ensure protection from the dead and potential hostile survivors.

Update History

  • 15th April 2021 - V1.0 Official Release
  • 12th February 2020 - Development Started
Andy Red

Andy Red


Official Release with Download Link

images.jpeg.ca86bae142cc39f0ad78ee8c98952661.jpegIn This Life Now, You Kill Or You Die. Or You Die And You Kill! - The Governor, Woodbury

 

Survivors, I'm proud to present my 7 Days to Die interpretation prefab of Woodbury from the Walking Dead.
Let's go back in time and rewind to Season 3 (or 2012 if we're talking air dates), back to the Governor days, and back to the merry old town of Woodbury.

 

1134715329_7D2DWoodburyPrefab1.thumb.jpg.f7af6e057cfe351c7db7452630e114d7.jpg

 

 

Download

Download V1.0 (Google Drive)

 

Manual Installation

ReadMe File

Release Screenshots:

https://imgur.com/a/miNsIA7

 

Video:
YouTube Video (recorded pre-release, so a little outdated)

 

 

Recreating Woodbury in 7D2D

This prefab has approx. 25 furnished buildings to explore and famous areas to venture through.

 

I've tried to keep the main street and the layout of the buildings consistent so that it's match-able somewhat and similar to the original set (and the real life street), although to fit into the 7 Days universe I've had to change up the building uses/internal spaces (what the buildings are/have inside) or had to fill in some of the surrounding areas from my own interpretation of how Woodbury looked or how I believe the governor would have had things organised.

 

This release of Woodbury is set after the battle with Rick's group, after the Governor and his groupies have been killed, left in despair with the remaining inhabitants left to fend for themselves. Will they be able to rebuild Woodbury once again, or fall to the zeds like so many before them? A whole lot of mess, townsfolk (...as sleepers) and possibly good loot for you to find after all of the governor's time hoarding all of the good stuff to himself.


The History of Woodbury

Woodbury was originally abandoned by it's original inhabitants, or got unlucky and were turned into the undead and eventually drifted away from the town in search of fresh meat. Some time later, it was eventually discovered by a man named Philip Blake and a few other survivors who had previously barricaded themselves in one of the apartments for an unknown amount of time. However, under new leader ship and by working together, the survivors managed to clear the town of the dead and build fortified walls on Woodbury's streets to keep the dead from re-entering. Over time more survivors arrived at Woodbury and the town grew to contain over 73 survivors, all who fell under the leadership of Philip, or better nicknamed "The Governor".

The residents of Woodbury were able to restore power to the town for light via the use of solar panels, grow crops on the streets to feed themselves and had access to many vehicles and homes. Children were also given educations and the town also had a well trained doctor. Some of the town's residents were ex-military soldiers and were tasked by the Governor with guarding the walls 24/7 in order to ensure protection from the dead and potential hostile survivors.

Update History

  • 15th April 2021 - V1.0 Official Release
  • 12th February 2020 - Development Started
Andy Red

Andy Red


Official Release with Download Link

images.jpeg.ca86bae142cc39f0ad78ee8c98952661.jpegIn This Life Now, You Kill Or You Die. Or You Die And You Kill! - The Governor, Woodbury

 

Survivors, I'm proud to present my 7 Days to Die interpretation prefab of Woodbury from the Walking Dead.
Let's go back in time and rewind to Season 3 (or 2012 if we're talking air dates), back to the Governor days, and back to the merry old town of Woodbury.

 

1134715329_7D2DWoodburyPrefab1.thumb.jpg.f7af6e057cfe351c7db7452630e114d7.jpg

 

 

Download

Download V1.0

 

Manual Installation

ReadMe File

Release Screenshots:

https://imgur.com/a/miNsIA7

 

Video:
YouTube Video (recorded pre-release, so a little outdated)

 

 

Recreating Woodbury in 7D2D

This prefab has approx. 25 furnished buildings to explore and famous areas to venture through.

 

I've tried to keep the main street and the layout of the buildings consistent so that it's match-able somewhat and similar to the original set (and the real life street), although to fit into the 7 Days universe I've had to change up the building uses/internal spaces (what the buildings are/have inside) or had to fill in some of the surrounding areas from my own interpretation of how Woodbury looked or how I believe the governor would have had things organised.

 

This release of Woodbury is set after the battle with Rick's group, after the Governor and his groupies have been killed, left in despair with the remaining inhabitants left to fend for themselves. Will they be able to rebuild Woodbury once again, or fall to the zeds like so many before them? A whole lot of mess, townsfolk (...as sleepers) and possibly good loot for you to find after all of the governor's time hoarding all of the good stuff to himself.


The History of Woodbury

Woodbury was originally abandoned by it's original inhabitants, or got unlucky and were turned into the undead and eventually drifted away from the town in search of fresh meat. Some time later, it was eventually discovered by a man named Philip Blake and a few other survivors who had previously barricaded themselves in one of the apartments for an unknown amount of time. However, under new leader ship and by working together, the survivors managed to clear the town of the dead and build fortified walls on Woodbury's streets to keep the dead from re-entering. Over time more survivors arrived at Woodbury and the town grew to contain over 73 survivors, all who fell under the leadership of Philip, or better nicknamed "The Governor".

The residents of Woodbury were able to restore power to the town for light via the use of solar panels, grow crops on the streets to feed themselves and had access to many vehicles and homes. Children were also given educations and the town also had a well trained doctor. Some of the town's residents were ex-military soldiers and were tasked by the Governor with guarding the walls 24/7 in order to ensure protection from the dead and potential hostile survivors.

Update History

  • 15th April 2021 - V1.0 Official Release
  • 12th February 2020 - Development Started
Andy Red

Andy Red


New Forum Layout Messed Up Post

images.jpeg.ca86bae142cc39f0ad78ee8c98952661.jpegIn This Life Now, You Kill Or You Die. Or You Die And You Kill! - The Governor, Woodbury

 

Survivors, I'm proud to present my 7 Days to Die interpretation prefab of Woodbury from the Walking Dead.
Let's go back in time and rewind to Season 3 (or 2012 if we're talking air dates), back to the Governor days, and back to the merry old town of Woodbury.

 

1134715329_7D2DWoodburyPrefab1.thumb.jpg.f7af6e057cfe351c7db7452630e114d7.jpg

 

 

Download

Download V1.0

 

Manual Installation

ReadMe File

Release Screenshots:

https://imgur.com/a/miNsIA7

 

Video:
YouTube Video (recorded pre-release, so a little outdated)

 

 

Recreating Woodbury in 7D2D

This prefab has approx. 25 furnished buildings to explore and famous areas to venture through.

 

I've tried to keep the main street and the layout of the buildings consistent so that it's match-able somewhat and similar to the original set (and the real life street), although to fit into the 7 Days universe I've had to change up the building uses/internal spaces (what the buildings are/have inside) or had to fill in some of the surrounding areas from my own interpretation of how Woodbury looked or how I believe the governor would have had things organised.

 

This release of Woodbury is set after the battle with Rick's group, after the Governor and his groupies have been killed, left in despair with the remaining inhabitants left to fend for themselves. Will they be able to rebuild Woodbury once again, or fall to the zeds like so many before them? A whole lot of mess, townsfolk (...as sleepers) and possibly good loot for you to find after all of the governor's time hoarding all of the good stuff to himself.


The History of Woodbury

Woodbury was originally abandoned by it's original inhabitants, or got unlucky and were turned into the undead and eventually drifted away from the town in search of fresh meat. Some time later, it was eventually discovered by a man named Philip Blake and a few other survivors who had previously barricaded themselves in one of the apartments for an unknown amount of time. However, under new leader ship and by working together, the survivors managed to clear the town of the dead and build fortified walls on Woodbury's streets to keep the dead from re-entering. Over time more survivors arrived at Woodbury and the town grew to contain over 73 survivors, all who fell under the leadership of Philip, or better nicknamed "The Governor".

The residents of Woodbury were able to restore power to the town for light via the use of solar panels, grow crops on the streets to feed themselves and had access to many vehicles and homes. Children were also given educations and the town also had a well trained doctor. Some of the town's residents were ex-military soldiers and were tasked by the Governor with guarding the walls 24/7 in order to ensure protection from the dead and potential hostile survivors.

Update History

  • 15th April 2021 - V1.0 Official Release
  • 12th February 2020 - Development Started
Andy Red

Andy Red

Quote
images.jpeg.ca86bae142cc39f0ad78ee8c98952661.jpeg In This Life Now, You Kill Or You Die. Or You Die And You Kill! - The Governor

 

It's time to go back in time and rewind to Season 3 (or 2012 if we're talking air dates), back to the Governor days and back to the merry old town of Woodbury...

Survivors, I'm proud to present my WIP interpretation 7 Days to Die prefab of Woodbury from the Walking Dead!
 

20200308132341_1.jpg.4e04c7eed68c3f94bee0c5f409ce4dde.jpg

 

Recreating Woodbury in 7D2D

I've tried to keep the main street and the layout of the buildings consistent so that it's match-able somewhat and similar to the original set (and the real life street), although to fit into the 7 Days universe I've had to changed up the building uses/internal spaces (what the buildings are/have inside) or had to fill in some of the surrounding areas from my own interpretation of how Woodbury looked or how I believe the governor would have had things organised.

The prefab has approx 25 buildings to explore and includes some famous areas including the arena; where Daryl was forced to fight against his brother and some other scenes that I'm going to keep quiet on and just let you explore once released.

 

See Development Screenshots:

https://imgur.com/a/48bmL9A

 

See The Latest Video:


The History of Woodbury

Woodbury was originally abandoned by it's original inhabitants, or got unlucky and were turned into the undead and eventually drifted away from the town in search of fresh meat. Some time later, it was eventually discovered by a man named Philip Blake and a few other survivors who had previously barricaded themselves in one of the apartments for an unknown amount of time. However, under new leader ship and by working together, the survivors managed to clear the town of the dead and build fortified walls on Woodbury's streets to keep the dead from re-entering. Over time more survivors arrived at Woodbury and the town grew to contain over 73 survivors, all who fell under the leadership of Philip, or better nicknamed "The Governor".

The residents of Woodbury were able to restore power to the town for light via the use of solar panels, grow crops on the streets to feed themselves and had access to many vehicles and homes. Children were also given educations and the town also had a well trained doctor. Some of the town's residents were ex-military soldiers and were tasked by the Governor with guarding the walls 24/7 in order to ensure protection from the dead and potential hostile survivors.

 

Prefab Release

The 7 Days to Die Walking Dead Woodbury prefab is planned to be released as two separate releases:

  1. Clean - A 'clean', pre-downfall version where you can jump right into Woodbury as it would have been before Rick ever came onto the scene. You'll find a self-reliant town with everything you'd need to safely and reliably live out the apocalypse. No sleepers, no mess, just plenty of role-play!
  2. Aftermath - The aftermath release will be Woodbury after the battle with Rick's group, after the Governor and his groupies have been killed, left in despair with the remaining inhabitants left to fend for themselves. Will they be able to rebuild Woodbury once again, or fall to the zeds like so many before them? A whole lot of mess, townsfolk (...as sleepers) and possibly good loot for you to find after all of the governor's time hording all of the good stuff to himself.
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