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  • The Governor
  • The Governor
  • The governor
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  • The governor is a humanoid? mob found in Central Tremalking.
  • The Governor is a character in the comic book series , as well as the and the novels. He is a primary antagonist in both series. He is the ruthless leader of who takes extreme measures to assume command over the residents of the town.
  • The Governor is governor of the state of New York during the Hungry Manitou and John Milton cases in the 1990s.
  • Philip Blake or Brian Heriot, better known as "The Governor" was a main character and main antagonist as well as a survivor of the outbreak in AMC's The Walking Dead. He was originally in command of the fortified town of Woodbury. He is the current chairman of the professional wrestling promotion World Wrestling Revolution.
  • Brian Blake, better known as Philip Blake or by his epithet "The Governor", is a main character first encountered in Issue 27 of Image Comics' The Walking Dead and is a primary antagonist in the Comic Series and one of the main protagonists in the novel, Rise of the Governor. He is the brother of Philip Blake, and uncle of Penny Blake. While the Comic refers to The Governor as Philip, Rise of the Governor reveals that Brian Blake is, in fact, The Governor. Brian takes his brother's name after Philip dies, and even adapts his personality through an out of body experience. He served as the primary antagonist from Volume 5: The Best Defense toVolume 8: Made To Suffer.
  • The Governor is a song written by Liam Peacock which was featured on both his debut solo album, Life In An Anthill, and The Commie Ninjas' Stay Out Of The Woods. Legend has it that the lyrics have something cogent to say, but given how generally noisy and rambunctious the song is, all that tends to come across is "RARR! I WILL TAKE YOU DOWN!" When the Commie Ninjas play the song live, they almost always save the song for last, given how difficult the song is to sing. Poliner associate Sarah Pritchett found out the hard way how difficult the song is to sing; the sole time she attempted to sing it, she ended up faceplanting on a table, a chair, and a floor before she managed to get a single word out. Yep, the song is that intense. Phil Howell, however, managed to keep his composure long enou
  • He also created one for Chuck for the Intersect 2.0. It appears that Chuck has learned how to make a governor by season 4. He is seen to have 3 of them in his room, despite there only being 1 left at the end of season 3. It is unknown if Chuck gave one to Morgan after "Chuck Versus the Cliffhanger".
Level
  • Epic
Appeared
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Persona
  • Hunter
type of villain
  • Tyrant, Psychopath, Rapist
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Goals
  • *Kill *Destroy the prison and its inhabitants *Expand Woodbury and his own rule
Key
  • ?
  • female
  • governor
Origin
  • The Walking Dead series
Skills
  • *High intelligence *Perfect combat skills *Marksmanship *Leadership *Deception *Manipulation *Charisma *Brute strength
Age
  • Unknown
Name
  • The Governor
Frequency
  • Standard Frequency
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Detail
  • This dark skinned and graceful woman rules over Tremalking and the local Amayar people in name of the Atha'an Miere. Dressed in the finest silk imported from Shara she looks stunning. A nosering has been attached to an earring by a thin gold chain, some small medallions dangling down from it.
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  • The Governor of Tremalking is here, pondering matters of state.
Weight
  • <169
Alias
  • *The Governor *Philip Blake *Brian Heriot
Hobby
  • *Killing countless people and Walkers *Masterminding his agenda whilst maintaining his dual personality
Height
  • <68
Title
  • The Calm Before
Image size
  • 225
Trait
  • Alert
Description
  • You have been sent for by a Dapper Underworld Boss. The man is a powerful figure in the prison, and could make things difficult for you.
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Character
  • The Governor
Occupation
  • Unknown
  • Governor of New York
  • Governor of Woodbury
Fullname
  • *Philip Blake *Brian Blake
Gender
  • Female
Option
  • Having a little word
Location
  • New Newgate Prison
Size
  • 300
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  • The governor is a humanoid? mob found in Central Tremalking.
  • He also created one for Chuck for the Intersect 2.0. It appears that Chuck has learned how to make a governor by season 4. He is seen to have 3 of them in his room, despite there only being 1 left at the end of season 3. It is unknown if Chuck gave one to Morgan after "Chuck Versus the Cliffhanger". We could conclude that whilst the Intersect 2.0's side effects manifest sooner, a previous Intersect (like the First Intersect) does cause negative effects after a long period of time. Whilst the first Intersect didn't seem to cause negative effects for Chuck, Orion's Intersect, which had been inside Orion's head for a lot longer, was causing him problems, therefore requiring him to have a governor to control it. In the final beach scene of Chuck versus the Goodbye, as Chuck moves his hand to kiss Sarah, we see him wearing a watch that appears to be a Governor. It is possible that the Intersect version he uploaded from the sunglasses does not have the fix that Ellie had made when correcting their dad's Intersect, or Chuck has gotten so used to wearing the watch (or as a reminder of his father) that he wears it as part of his persona, even though he doesn't need its special function.
  • The Governor is a character in the comic book series , as well as the and the novels. He is a primary antagonist in both series. He is the ruthless leader of who takes extreme measures to assume command over the residents of the town.
  • The Governor is governor of the state of New York during the Hungry Manitou and John Milton cases in the 1990s.
  • The Governor is a song written by Liam Peacock which was featured on both his debut solo album, Life In An Anthill, and The Commie Ninjas' Stay Out Of The Woods. Legend has it that the lyrics have something cogent to say, but given how generally noisy and rambunctious the song is, all that tends to come across is "RARR! I WILL TAKE YOU DOWN!" When the Commie Ninjas play the song live, they almost always save the song for last, given how difficult the song is to sing. Poliner associate Sarah Pritchett found out the hard way how difficult the song is to sing; the sole time she attempted to sing it, she ended up faceplanting on a table, a chair, and a floor before she managed to get a single word out. Yep, the song is that intense. Phil Howell, however, managed to keep his composure long enough to ask and make sure she didn't have the hiv before cleaning up the blood.
  • Philip Blake or Brian Heriot, better known as "The Governor" was a main character and main antagonist as well as a survivor of the outbreak in AMC's The Walking Dead. He was originally in command of the fortified town of Woodbury. He is the current chairman of the professional wrestling promotion World Wrestling Revolution.
  • Brian Blake, better known as Philip Blake or by his epithet "The Governor", is a main character first encountered in Issue 27 of Image Comics' The Walking Dead and is a primary antagonist in the Comic Series and one of the main protagonists in the novel, Rise of the Governor. He is the brother of Philip Blake, and uncle of Penny Blake. While the Comic refers to The Governor as Philip, Rise of the Governor reveals that Brian Blake is, in fact, The Governor. Brian takes his brother's name after Philip dies, and even adapts his personality through an out of body experience. He served as the primary antagonist from Volume 5: The Best Defense toVolume 8: Made To Suffer.