#5. How secure is Alexandria?
The walled community of Alexandria was one of the most secure places in the zombie apocalypse. Other than the massive horde of walkers that knocked the wall down and a sneak attack by The Wolves, it has been able to keep everything dangerous outside.
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But when it comes to destruction, you can leave it to Negan and The Saviors to figure out a way to not only destroy the walls but demolish the homes of the people who have made the community their home.
Using grenade launchers, Negan’s people forced their way inside. They blew up nearly everything in the community including the church where Father Gabriel held his services. The only thing they kept safe was Rick’s house, where Negan waited for Rick.
Now, Alexandria is pretty well destroyed. Many of the houses are unlivable, the church is done for, and the walls need to be repaird before they can even think about living there again. Plus, there are sure to be plenty of walkers inside now as well.
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