By The Dice Tower The world of The Walking Dead is going to be in a frenzy for the second half of Season 2, as the second season is now just days away.
Fans will be hoping to get a glimpse of all the greats, as well as new faces.
In fact, we’re hoping to see the return of the iconic and infamous Theon Greyjoy, as he’s one of the show’s most iconic characters, along with Rickon Stark, Michonne, and The Governor.
Here’s how you can take part in this epic event.
Step 1: Complete a Character ListStep 2: Create a Character Step 3: Select A Character and Choose A NameStep 4: Add A Character To Your ListStep 5: Share Your Character List with Your FriendsOn The Walking Dark, the season 2 finale, will be the final season.
To help us celebrate the finale, we thought we’d offer you the opportunity to complete a character list.
This is the first step, but we also wanted to provide a little extra incentive for those who choose to make the journey to the final game.
The list below contains every character in The Walking Dalek, from the show and the book to the actors.
So, if you’re thinking about joining us on the walk, here’s a little something to get you excited.
Share Your List with FriendsStep 6.
If You’re Ready To Play, It’s Easy!
Find Your Character!
PlayThe Game Of Westeros: A Walk In The DarkBy The Dice Stick it in your hands and let us take you into The Wall, The Citadel, and the Eyrie.
From the Great Hall of Winterfell, you’ll take a trip through the streets of Winter to the frozen Eyrie and to the Wall, where Theon has been frozen since his father’s death.
After the battle with the Others, Rickon and Rickon’s brother Bran return home, only to discover Theon is still alive.
In The Eyrie, you meet Theon’s lover, Ros, who is captured by the White Walkers.
As you venture deeper into the Eyrian ruins, you encounter the survivors of the Red Wedding and the Red Viper, who have taken refuge in the Great Sept of Baelor.
Step through the frozen wall of Winter, uncover the hidden stories of Theon and Ros, and make your way through the Great Wall to The Eyries.