Yeah. But afterwards, why didn't he pick up the baby or alerted Daryl that he'd made contact with the enemy? Why Daryl didn't come running as soon as he fired the gun?Horrible moment when Rick discovered that he had just killed a man defending his infant daughter.
I also had a little bit of that. I feel like there was a bit of inconsistency as well, that might have been some laziness on the part of the writers/director.I realize that the alliance needed to hit all the Saviors strongholds simultaneously, but I had some trouble tracking who was doing what where. Could be just me.
Most of them are in normal 7.62mm or 5.56mm, but there was odd number of guns that uses .308 or 9mm. My rough estimate is 1500 to 3000 rounds at Aron's battle. No grenades. No molotovs. No surprise strikes from the flank or rear as you said. And most of the fight was in the setting that was a trap for the lookout soldiers.And again with endless supply of bullets!
I think there was much more material for this episode than what they used for this edit. Some of the might had ended on the floor to keep the 42 minute limit. This sequence might look different if it's watched back to back with first one and following episodes. But to be honest, it felt like a really long and difficult battle, just as it was depicted in the comics.I also had a little bit of that. I feel like there was a bit of inconsistency as well, that might have been some laziness on the part of the writers/director.
True. Still how many can remember Moralez from first season?Still, it was better than those regular old wandering-alone-in-the-woods-in-an-attempt-to-make-a-minor-character-interesting stories.
I wouldn't. Rick knows the value of babies. So he would have made sure that nothing would harm the young one.I'm worried about the infant, unless I missed something Rick left a dead body in the room next door without making sure it couldn't get back up.
I think the showrunners have had Morgan building towards this moment all through the last season. He almost had a mental breakdown in The Kingdom. Maybe this is a continuation of that breakdown.I also had a little bit of that. I feel like there was a bit of inconsistency as well, that might have been some laziness on the part of the writers/director.
For instance, in the firefight that Aaron was directing, it seemed the tide turned when the fallen Saviours rose up and attacked the living Saviours, but then that wasn't referenced again and the Saviours seemed to quickly gain the upper hand following that. Rick and Darryl also had a couple of others with them, who were quickly forgotten. If that building was behind the courtyard that Aaron and company were attacking, why not sneak up and catch them in a crossfire?
Morgan's transformation from pacifist to angel of vengeance has felt a little too rushed, though it seems like they're suggesting he's having a bit of a mental break now, so that could tie in. I have to say I'm on Jesus's side in all that - Saviours or no, it's immoral to just execute surrendering enemy combatants. Imprisoning and potentially trying them adds a new wrinkle, of course, but it would distinguish them from the Saviours.
EDIT: And again with endless supply of bullets!
I didn't even remember his breakdown from last year, as for long time Morgan has been unstable. I saw that old crazy man in him, when he miraclously woke up and started slaughtering people. It was that same man Rick met when he searched weapons to fight the Governor. That man had lost his wife (unable to pull the trigger) and his son, and the PSTD had taken his mind.I think the showrunners have had Morgan building towards this moment all through the last season. He almost had a mental breakdown in The Kingdom. Maybe this is a continuation of that breakdown.