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- "What'cha going to do now?"
- —Andy as he holds Rick's arms down.[src]
Nothing is known about this Marauder's life before or as the outbreak began. It is possible that he is related to the other two Marauders, because they share a similar physical appearance.
Andy, Craig and another marauder ambushed the trio of Rick, Carl, and Abraham while the latter group rested on a desolate freeway in the middle of the journey back to Rick's old hometown for supplies.
Andy, however, did not count on Rick and Abraham being hardened from their experience in the wasteland, and were caught off-guard in a matter of seconds. Andy cruelly taunted and held Rick hostage from saving Carl, but, he was killed first when Rick bit a chunk of his throat out of him in a moment of surprise. It is assumed he quickly bled to death from the major wound.
Andy locks Rick with his arms, to prevent him from saving Carl from being raped, then taunts him and says "What'cha going to do now?". Rick, in response, bites Andy's throat and rips out his jugular, killing him. He is presumably put down before he reanimates.
This list shows the victims this bandit has killed:
- Possibly numerous counts of zombies and unnamed people.
- The name 'Marauders' comes from The Walking Dead Survivors' Guide where the group is introduced.
- They are additionally the only people in the entire Survivors' Guide who aren't specifically named.
- This Marauder was officially named as Andy in the Walking Dead: All Out War Miniatures Game.
- Andy is the first to be killed by Rick Grimes, by being bitten in the neck. The second being Morton Rose.
- The memory of the Marauder's rape attempt was later remembered and spoke about by Carl when he witnessed Rick Grimes, Andrea, and Michonne kill a similar group of hostile bandits while on the road.