Two months have passed since the events of the previous story. The walls of the Fort Collins community have been repaired and expanded since a horde of zombies nearly took them down, and the main group and the residents are living a seemingly normal lifestyle. However their haven will not last long when their home is threaten by a vast group of hostile survivors called the Predators, lead by a psychopathic man named William Carter. Unlike the previous enemies the Chicago group have encountered these survivors might be too powerful for them to handle.
MPAA: Rated R for strong violence/gore, sexual references, and language.
John Tyler, a former college student and leader of the Chicago Group. John has overcome the loss of his girlfriend Valeria and has now taken a leadership role within the community and begins a romantic relationship with Melody.
Wayne Kessey, a resourceful and intellectual survivor and John's closest friend.
Melody Gray, a fierce yet compassionate survivor, the last surviving member of her family, and Darla's adoptive mother. Melody has quickly overcome the death of her girlfriend Samantha and she has started a relationship with John.
Roy Stark, a former surgeon and recovering alcoholic. He has developed a renewed sense of optimism after surviving the community's near downfall.
Cole, a fierce survivor and the group's primary hunter and a prominent member of the group.
Johanna, a fierce axe-wielding survivor who joined the main group.
Garrett, a member of the group who has overcome the trauma of his previous group wiped out by the cannibals.
Darla Grey, Melody's niece and adopted daughter. She is now 15 months old.
Sergeant Carl Goodman, a former National Guard Sergeant and leader of the community.
Jason, Carl's second-in-command who is a martial arts fighter who brought in John's group into the community.
Logan, the community's supply runner and scout who brings John's group into the community.
Jared, Logan's scouting partner and boyfriend.
Delvin, a guard and John's college roommate before the apocalypse.
Allison, a nurse stationed at Fort Collins and Delvin's girlfriend
Mack, an aggressive resident of Fort Collins. originally a conniving and arrogant man, who later tries to redeem himself for his past actions.
Michael Todd, a smart, yet cowardly resident of Fort Collins.
Julia, a woman in charge of the weapons storage at the Fort Collins Community.
Tucker, a resident of Fort Collins who questions John's judgement. He betrays The community in an attempt to join the Predators.
Nick, Tucker's teenage son who sides with his father no matter what.
a group of heavily armed and hostile survivors who raid and destroy other camps for supplies.
William Carter, the psychopathic and sadistic founder and leader of The Predators.
Vivian, Carter's girlfriend and sharp-shooter.
Alex, a violent and cynical member of the Predators and Carter's second-in-command
Owen, an abusive and manipulative member of the predators who rapes women, including Amber, and comes to antagonize Melody at some point.
Kirk, a reluctant high-ranking member of the Predators who joined Carter to protect his wife Hilda. Kirk is the man who founded The community at the end of the previous story.
Hilda, Kirk's wife.
Polly, a member of the predators and an unrepentant killer.
Mary, an elderly member of the Predators. Despite her age, she is a deadly woman.
Amber, a survivor who'd been raped by the other members of the Predators and attempted to escape, only to have her hand cut-off by Carter as punishment.
David, a leading member of the Predators.
G., a member of the Predators.
Sgt. Carl Goodman - shot in the head by Kirk
G. - shot in the head by Melody
Mary - head bashed in by Johanna
Wayne Kessey - beaten to death by William Carter
a few members of the Predators - killed by the Fort Collins Community
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