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Rick Grimes is the main and playable character in the mobile app, The Walking Dead: Assault.
Due to the game being canon to the Comic Series, it is known that Rick was a police officer before the outbreak, and that he had a wife called Lori and son named Carl. He was shot in the line of duty and placed in a comatose state when the outbreak occurred around him.
Rick is available as a playable character from Episode 1.
Rick wakes up in a hospital. Trying to find his son and wife, he takes off for Atlanta. In Atlanta it is possible for Rick to find another survivor, named Clara. Rick can either let her die and reanimate, or save her. She will then leave him afterwards.
This list shows the victims Rick has killed:
As Playable Character
Rick is unlocked in Episode 1, Chapter 1. From there on out he can go on every mission.
|Melee Weapon: Axe|
|Special Move: Police Training||Rick steadies his aim to score guaranteed head-shots.|
|Team Bonus: Leadership||All team members are more accurate when attacking.|
In every chapter Rick is taken along, it is possible for him to die and reanimate. To complete the chapter the other survivors have to kill the reanimated Rick. This is considered non-canon.
- Rick is the first character available in the Assault Game.
- The story is believed to be seen from Rick's point of view, even though you can choose to bring other characters along.
|Playable Characters||Rick • Shane • Glenn • Andrea • Carol • Sophia • Dale • Carl • Lori • Michonne • Tyreese • Brian|
|Main St. Survivors||Clara|
|Car Park Survivors||Scott • Ted|
|Miscellaneous Survivors||Hershel • Hostiles|
|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.|