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Nothing is known about the Kingdom before the apocalypse, except that it was some form of school, with part of it (the garden) was built for common recreation and study, according to Ezekiel.
The community of survivors formed after the apocalypse, led by "King" Ezekiel. Its survivors are often seen wearing armor and riding horses. They have an affinity for melee weapons such as spears, but guards also use firearms. They also have gardens and other agricultural areas and have grown enough to maintain the community. They have at least some electricity. Festive events such as movie nights take place. They have many fields, houses and a theater.
Government and Society
- King Ezekiel - Leader
- Shiva - Ezekiel's pet tiger
- Jerry - Steward
- Richard - Soldier
- Benjamin - Soldier
- Dianne - Soldier
- Daniel - Soldier
- Colton - Soldier
- Kevin - Resident
- Henry - Resident
- Morgan Jones - Newcomer
- Many unnamed people.
- Numerous counts of zombies
- 8 survivors killed by zombies in the past, including Benjamin's father
- The Kingdom is described as being much larger than Alexandria with a bigger population. As of Season 7, there are about 40 people living in Alexandria, indicating that more than 50 people live in the Kingdom.
- The Kingdom appears to be located in or around the city of Rosslyn, VA.
- The choir credited in "The Well" is actually a choir from Georgia State University's School of Music. The choir members were only brought in for one episode and have not filmed for the rest of Season 7.
- ↑ The Well
- ↑ http://www.ew.com/article/2016/10/12/walking-dead-morgan-lennie-james-season-7-kingdom?xid=entertainment-weekly_socialflow_twitter
- ↑ https://www.reddit.com/r/thewalkingdead/comments/5anzcm/hear_that_choir_thats_my_sister_on_the_end_singing/
- ↑ http://news.gsu.edu/2016/10/31/dramatic-score/