5 Random Thoughts On…

My blog I've ignored for 2 years while attending the Brandcenter

The Walking Dead: Deathpool Game (Season 4)


During season 3’s mid-season break, I came up with a game for my coworkers and me who love The Walking Dead. It’s a “Death pool” game and it is very simple.  Everyone gets one of the sheets below…

TWD Death pool (Season 4)

…and selects 5 characters that they believe will meet their untimely end during the last half of Season 4.  If your character(s) goes to the big “Woodbury in the sky” you receive the points associated with them.

The points are distributed based on the likeliness that character is going to die. Rick and Carl have the highest points because it is unlikely that they will be killed off while a character like Lizzie and her little sister whats-her-name might be walker fodder.

It’s important to note that one can’t go by the comic book exclusively. Andrea who was killed off at the end of season 3 is still alive in the comic book (FYI: So is Sophia).

To make things more interesting I included two bonuses in the death pool. The first is guessing if your character dies by a walker or a human. If you guess correctly you get a +5 point bonus.

The second is if your deceased character ever returns as a walker in any of the remaining episodes of season 4 you earn the Super +1o points Bonus.

Feel free to download the scoring sheet by using this link TWD Deathpool (Season 4).

Good luck!



Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s


This entry was posted on February 3, 2014 by in The Walking Dead, TV and tagged , .
Workshop & Online Journal

established 2013, curated by the Hour After Happy Hour Writing Workshop

Bri Bruce Productions

Design | Publishing | Photography | Art


Mr. Fenske is a professor at VCU Brandcenter in Richmond VA. The site is an extension of his efforts in the classroom, except for the cartoons, which seem to grow out of some disaffection he feels with the world. Thank you for visiting. © Mark Fenske

Natalie Breuer

Natalie. Writer. Photographer. Etc.

I Can't Possibly Be Wrong All the Time

You Might Have the Better Claim But I Have the Bigger Army

Best Places to Work

Culture at The Motley Fool

Advertising's Inferno

The Slow Descent into the World of Advertising.

Art Attack

Discovering art in everything

so that HE might increase

he must increase, but i must decrease. john 3:30.


Read our Mission. Find out how you can help us adopt James.

milk and mojitos

have fun...live fun

%d bloggers like this: