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|hair = Black
 
|hair = Black
 
|age = Mid to Late 20s
 
|age = Mid to Late 20s
|occupation = Soldier for the [[U.S. Military]] <small>''(Pre-Apocalypse)''</small>
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|occupation = National Guardsman <small>''(Pre-Apocalypse)''</small>
 
|family = [[Billy (Saints & Sinners)|Billy]] - Cousin
 
|family = [[Billy (Saints & Sinners)|Billy]] - Cousin
 
|first = "[[The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners|Saints & Sinners]]" <small>''(Corpse)''</small>
 
|first = "[[The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners|Saints & Sinners]]" <small>''(Corpse)''</small>
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|cause of death = Shot by [[Kenneth (Saints & Sinners)|Kenneth]].
 
|cause of death = Shot by [[Kenneth (Saints & Sinners)|Kenneth]].
 
|ethnicity = Caucasian-American
 
|ethnicity = Caucasian-American
|image = Placeholder other.png}}
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|image = Trent s&s.png}}
   
{{Quote|I'm a good person. I know I am. I saved my cousin Billy that one time from blowing off his fingers. All the other kids dared him to hold that M-80 and light it and I said "No, Billy!", even though I really wanted to see what would happen. What happened at the bunker, Jess says we did the right thing. Foster says it too, so that means we did the right thing. I didn't do anything wrong. Us or them and we chose us. I'd do it again probably, so that means it was right, right? When you look back on something and know you would do it the same way all over again. That's day javoo, I think. Something happens, and you say "you know, that's the way I'd do it a second time." Day Javoo. That's how I know I did the right thing.|Trent's letter about the massacre at [[The Reserve (Saints & Sinners)|the Reserve]].|The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners}}
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{{Quote|I'm a '''good person'''. I know I am. I saved my cousin Billy that one time from blowing off his fingers. All the other kids dared him to hold that M-80 and light it and I said "'''No, Billy!'''", even though I really wanted to see what would happen. What happened at the bunker, Jess says we did the right thing. Foster says it too, so that means we did the right thing. I didn't do anything wrong. Us or them and we chose us. I'd do it again probably, so that means it was right, right? When you look back on something and know you would do it the same way all over again. That's day javoo, I think. Something happens, and you say "you know, that's the way I'd do it a second time." Day Javoo. That's how I know I did the right thing.|Trent's letter about the massacre at [[The Reserve (Saints & Sinners)|the Reserve]].|The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners}}
   
 
'''Trent''' is an original character in ''[[The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners]]''. He was a soldier that was stationed at [[The Reserve (Saints & Sinners)|the Reserve]].
 
'''Trent''' is an original character in ''[[The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners]]''. He was a soldier that was stationed at [[The Reserve (Saints & Sinners)|the Reserve]].
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==Post-Apocalypse==
 
==Post-Apocalypse==
 
===[[New Orleans, Louisiana]]===
 
===[[New Orleans, Louisiana]]===
Trent was stationed at [[The Reserve (Saints & Sinners)|the Reserve]] when the outbreak started. While they were safe inside, a crowd of people soon showed up at the entrance, looking for supplies. While Casey and Kenneth wanted to give them supplies, Foster (Saints & Sinners)|Foster, [[Jess (Saints & Sinners)|Jess]], and Trent (Saints & Sinners)|Trent rejected this notion and opened fire on the crowd, killing dozens. As the bunker started experiencing flooding, the whole squad save for Casey went outside to fix the pumps. While at the abandoned high school, Kenneth killed Foster, Jess, and Trent for what they did.
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Trent was stationed at [[The Reserve (Saints & Sinners)|the Reserve]] when the outbreak started. While they were safe inside, a crowd of people soon showed up at the entrance, looking for supplies. While Casey and Kenneth wanted to give them supplies, [[Foster (Saints & Sinners)|Foster]], [[Jess (Saints & Sinners)|Jess]], and Trent rejected this notion and opened fire on the crowd, killing dozens. As the bunker started experiencing flooding, the whole squad save for Casey went outside to fix the pumps. While at the abandoned high school, Kenneth killed Foster, Jess, and Trent for what they did.
   
 
==Death==
 
==Death==
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*Dozens of unnamed people ''(Alongside [[Kenneth (Saints & Sinners)|Kenneth]], [[Jess (Saints & Sinners)|Jess]], and [[Foster (Saints & Sinners)|Foster]])''
 
*Dozens of unnamed people ''(Alongside [[Kenneth (Saints & Sinners)|Kenneth]], [[Jess (Saints & Sinners)|Jess]], and [[Foster (Saints & Sinners)|Foster]])''
 
*Possibly numerous counts of [[zombies]]
 
*Possibly numerous counts of [[zombies]]
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==Trivia==
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*Trent, [[Foster (Saints & Sinners)|Foster]], and [[Jess (Saints & Sinners)|Jess]], are the only Saints & Sinners characters that make a physical appearance, but don't have a "Determinant" status, as they're already dead by the time the player reaches them.
   
 
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Latest revision as of 10:22, April 2, 2020

"I'm a good person. I know I am. I saved my cousin Billy that one time from blowing off his fingers. All the other kids dared him to hold that M-80 and light it and I said "No, Billy!", even though I really wanted to see what would happen. What happened at the bunker, Jess says we did the right thing. Foster says it too, so that means we did the right thing. I didn't do anything wrong. Us or them and we chose us. I'd do it again probably, so that means it was right, right? When you look back on something and know you would do it the same way all over again. That's day javoo, I think. Something happens, and you say "you know, that's the way I'd do it a second time." Day Javoo. That's how I know I did the right thing."
—Trent's letter about the massacre at the Reserve.[src]

Trent is an original character in The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners. He was a soldier that was stationed at the Reserve.

Pre-ApocalypseEdit

Location UnknownEdit

Nothing is known about Trent's life prior to or as the outbreak began, other than he had a cousin named Billy, whom he once prevented from holding a lit M-80 in his hands when the other children encouraged him to do so.

Post-ApocalypseEdit

New Orleans, LouisianaEdit

Trent was stationed at the Reserve when the outbreak started. While they were safe inside, a crowd of people soon showed up at the entrance, looking for supplies. While Casey and Kenneth wanted to give them supplies, Foster, Jess, and Trent rejected this notion and opened fire on the crowd, killing dozens. As the bunker started experiencing flooding, the whole squad save for Casey went outside to fix the pumps. While at the abandoned high school, Kenneth killed Foster, Jess, and Trent for what they did.

DeathEdit

Killed By

Trent was shot by Kenneth as revenge for killing dozens of innocent people.

Killed VictimsEdit

This list shows the victims Trent has killed:

TriviaEdit

  • Trent, Foster, and Jess, are the only Saints & Sinners characters that make a physical appearance, but don't have a "Determinant" status, as they're already dead by the time the player reaches them.
Saints & Sinners Characters
New Orleans Henri
Corinne's Family CorinneRubin
The Reclaimed Jean-BaptisteHoraceDavonBarclay
The Tower MayJeffAndreTeresaAnthonyJustinDelphineGeorgiaAmbre
The Reserve CaseyKennethFosterJessTrent
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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