This article is about the Assault character. You may be looking for her Comic Series, Road to Survival, TV Series, No Man's Land, Onslaught, Our World, or Social Game counterparts. For other pages with the same name, see: Carol

Carol is a playable character in the mobile app, The Walking Dead: Assault.


Location Unknown

Nothing much is known about Carol's life before or when the outbreak started. It is known that she lived with her husband and daughter Sophia.


Episode 1: Days Gone Bye

Carol is available as a playable character from Episode 1.

Carol can meet up with the rest of the survivors and help them get to the Atlanta Camp. Because the game follows the continuity of the Comic Series, it is known that Carol has a daughter, Sophia, as well as an unnamed sister, and a husband who is implied to have committed suicide in the early stages of the outbreak (in light of witnessing his parents' deaths).

Killed Victims

This list shows the victims Carol has killed:

As Playable Character

Carol is unlocked in Episode 1, Chapter 4. Her primary weapon is a sub-machine gun and the secondary is her fists.


Submachinegun Carol Firearm: Sub-machine gun
Fists Melee Weapon: Fists


Special Move: Field Medic Carol fieldmedic Carol bandages up all team members allowing them to recover health.
Team Bonus: Rapid Fire Carol rapidfire All team members have an increased attack rate.


Health Health CarolHelth
Run Run CarolRun

Non-Canon Deaths

In every chapter Carol is taken along, it is possible for her to die and reanimate. To complete the chapter the other survivors have to kill the reanimated Carol. This is considered non-canon.

Assault Characters
Playable Characters RickShaneGlennAndreaCarolSophiaDaleCarlLoriMichonneTyreeseBrian
Main St. Survivors Clara
Car Park Survivors ScottTed
Warehouse Survivors Abigail
Forest Survivors Jim
Miscellaneous Survivors HershelHostiles
Alive characters appear in green. Dead characters appear in red and italics. Unknown characters appear in blue. Undead characters appear in gray and italics. Determinant characters appear in purple. With italics, determinant characters either die or turn undead. Without italics, determinant characters either die, stay alive, or are left with unknown status.
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