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After the tragic end to the mid-season finale of [The Walking Dead](series:201193) , AMC threw us a bone and released a short trailer for the second half of Season 5, and it looks like it could spell the arrival of the group at a walled community!

It has long been teased that the Alexandria Safe Zone (ASZ) could be a potential new base for the group in the second half of Season 5, and this latest promo seems to confirm that a walled community of some sort could be on the cards.

The teaser is short and sweet, and has two voiceovers from Michonne and Rick. Michonne seems to be talking about the possible walled community (ASZ?) that Noah spoke to Beth about in the"Slabtown" episode:

We're a hundred miles away what if it's some place we can be safe? It's a chance, instead of just being out here, instead of just making it

But Rick doesn't seem on board with this plan at all, replying:

we'll be ok, because this is how we survive

Check out the highlights from the trailer and then watch the whole thing below:

Rick and the gang are back on the road

It looks like Noah officially decided to leave Grady Memorial behind him

There's a scene when some gates are opened and walkers spill out - could they have reached the walled community too late?

Daryl kneels in the forest, Is this the site of Beth's grave?

The camera lingers on Maggie in tears indicating Beth's death will be felt all through Season 5

The group run away from some big gates

There are a lot of quick-paced shots including Rick and a walker- showing how walkers are still a very real threat

Not to mention Rick and Michonne being trapped in a car surrounded by them

Woah, who would have thought so much action could be packed into just 30 seconds!

Watch the whole trailer below:

The Walking Dead midseason premiere airs Sunday, February 8th 2015 on AMC


What part of the trailer intrigued you the most?

Source: Comicbook


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