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Save-Lots Bandits Hostages
Actor Various
Gender Male and Female
Hair Various
Age Various
Occupation Save-Lots co-workers
First Appearance "Starved For Help"
Last Appearance "Long Road Ahead"
Death Episode "Long Road Ahead"
Cause of Death Shot by Travelier Motel survivors and/or devoured by walkers.
Status Unknown
Series lifespan "Starved For Help" to "Long Road Ahead"
Ethnicity Various
"THEY CALL YA'LL BANDITS! BUT YOU'RE FUCKING RAPIST MONSTERS--."
—Jolene about the Save-Lots Bandits.[src]

The Save-Lots Bandits are a group of bandits in Telltale Games' The Walking Dead: Season One. Their ranks are primarily composed of former workers from the Save-Lots store near Macon, Georgia and prey upon other groups of survivors, taking anything of value for their own use and killing anyone who gets in their way. They serve as the secondary antagonists of "Starved For Help" and the main antagonists of the beginning of "Long Road Ahead".

Pre-ApocalypseEdit

Rural GeorgiaEdit

Before the outbreak, the bandits used to work together at the Save-Lots store in rural Georgia near Macon. Each former worker had various jobs and duties at the store however, once the apocalypse began, they most likely looted the store trying to get as much supplies as possible before they were forced to leave and look for additional supplies on foot.

Post-ApocalypseEdit

"Starved For Help"Edit

According to Jolene, the bandits, many of them her former co-workers and friends, quickly took to barbaric behavior when society broke down, beginning to make deals with other survivors, mostly wanting in return food and drugs, such as opium. There is evidence that they took and killed Jolene's young daughter, and she calls them "rapist monsters", specifically naming Jake, Bart, and Linda.

The bandits raided the camp of Ben Paul, David Parker, Travis, and many more Stone Mountain School students and teachers. It appears that they killed many, if not all, of these people except for Ben, David, and Travis, who were all able to escape.

The bandits have had deals with several groups, offering them to be left alone in exchange for food and drug supplies. Firstly, the St. John Family gave them food, which was revealed to be human meat that was chopped up and cooked from other survivors, and secondly, they extorted Ben for drugs, claiming they had taken one of his classmates hostage, when they had in reality killed him a long time ago.

"Long Road Ahead"Edit

When Lee unwittingly broke Ben's deal with the bandits, when his investigation of the missing supplies lead him to take the drop left for them, the bandits invaded the Motor Inn, and took everyone except for Lilly and Lee hostage. Lilly told Lee to distract the bandits, while she got into position.

Lee was able to keep the bandits occupied with talk, allowing Lilly to surprise them, shooting and instantly killing one of them. The bandits took cover and called for reinforcements, leading to at least a dozen of their members attacking the motel. Lee, supported by Lilly and Doug/Carley was able to hold them back, while the other members evacuated to Kenny's RV. The commotion attracted a large group of Walkers, who began attacking the bandits before they began invading through the holes the Bandits had made in the motel's fence. The group, realizing that the motel was lost, drove off in the RV, leaving the remaining bandits to fight off the Walkers. Given the decimation of their numbers by the motel survivors and the Walkers, it is likely the few remaining bandits fled back into the woods or were killed by walkers, their fates left unknown.

MembersEdit

Killed VictimsEdit

  • Unnamed Bandit 2
  • Mark (Indirectly Caused; shot by an arrow and later killed by the Saint John Family)
  • Duck (Indirectly Caused; the bandits allowed walkers to get in the Travelier Motel which then infected Duck, who was later put down or left to reanimate)
  • Katjaa (Indirectly Caused; Katjaa shot herself when facing Duck's death)
  • Danielle (Possibly)
  • Numerous unnamed people from Stone Mountain High School.
  • Numerous counts of zombies and unnamed people.

TriviaEdit

  • Save-Lots is most likely a parody of Save-A-Lot, an American chain of food stores.
  • A total of 13 bandits attacked the Travelier Motel and only Drew or Gary (Determinant) and one other bandit got away.
  • In unused dialogue from episode two that was cut from the final version, Ben Paul recounts a much more grisly tale about the bandits and how they slowly toyed with his group of survivors over the course of several days before picking them off one by one, raiding their camp, and raping any girls in the group.
  • On Telltale Games' Poker Night 2, a Save-Lots Bandit and Doug both make a cameo appearance in the intro.
Unnamed or Unseen Characters
Everett Family Mr. EverettMrs. Everett
Atlanta Police Department Police Officer
Macon Survivors Macon Resident
Save-Lots Bandits Bandit 1Bandit 2Bandit 3Bandit 4Bandit 5Bandit 6Bandit 7Bandit 8
Railroad Survivors   Train Engineer
Fivel's Family Fivel's FatherFivel's Mother
Savannah Survivors Molly's Sister
Stranger's Family AdamElizabeth
Tavia's Community Radio Survivor

Carver's Group

George

Miscellaneous Characters

SteveAlfredMrs. MooreBreckonTJAbigailSteveMac
Walkers Notable WalkersWalkers
Dead and zombie characters appear in italics. Determinant characters appear in bold.

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