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located in Cynthiana, Kentucky, a part of The Walking Dead: The Other Group, one of the many universes on RPG.

Cynthiana, Kentucky



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Character Portrait: Scott Vane Character Portrait: Ellie Vane Character Portrait: Moira Bradley Character Portrait: Jonathan Morgan Character Portrait: Arthur Murphy Character Portrait: Sarah Moretti
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Not for the first time, Sarah thought back to the events that brought her to this apartment with these people she didn’t know or trust. She had to choke back tears when she remembered the look on her parents faces as they were overwhelmed by Walkers, their screams for her to run still ringing in her ears. She felt guilty knowing that lived while her parents didn’t, and wondered if there was something she could have done. She even spared a thought to her husband overseas, knowing that without a plane or a boat, she’d never see him again.

Sarah clutched her backpack to her chest as she leaned against the wall, her fingers laced together to keep her hands from shaking. A loud noise from outside startled her, causing her jerk and let out a whimper. She guessed that a Walker had knocked something over, a trashcan perhaps, and looked around to see if anyone had noticed her temporary show of fear. Luckily, no one was focused on her, they were too busy worrying about the Walkers, and her embarrassment faded.

“We’d need to have the power of a small army to barrel our way through Walkers,” she said, responding to Bradley. “We’d be overwhelmed for sure. Hopping windows doesn’t sound like a much better idea, but it’s not impossible.”

She walked over to the refrigerator, took out her four water bottles, and put them in her backpack. From the sounds of the Walkers in the hallway, they didn’t have very much time before they would have to make a run for it, and warm water was better than no water.

Sarah turned around to face the others in the room. Obviously they looked just as miserable as she was, which made her feel worse. There were all stuck in a hopeless situation that they would likely never get out of. Picking up her backpack and slinging it over shoulder, she walked over to the window where Bradley and two others- she couldn’t quite remember their names- were standing.