REVEALED: 5 Incredible Skills That Maggie Will Teach The Rhee Baby…


5. Maggie Can Teach Baby Rhee to Kill Walkers

With any luck, we’ll see a few ways in which Maggie Greene can teach her and Glenn’s baby how to survive in the world of the undead. First of all, the baby will need to know how to kill walkers who find their way into camp. 

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4. Maggie Can Teach Baby Rhee How to Love

In a world where everyone and everything is out to get you, love can be overlooked. Maggie and the gang will likely use their village mentality to raise and love Baby Rhee, similar to how they watch over Judith Grimes. Glenn and Maggie’s love will also live in through the child.

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3. Maggie Can Teach Baby Rhee the Farm Life

In Season 7, Maggie used her tractor skills to kill a few walkers at Hilltop. When and if peace time ever comes, she’ll likely be a big part of the front to help grow and sustain life in the world of the undead.

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2. Maggie Can Teach Baby Rhee Leadership

We haven’t seen it quite yet, but it’s likely that Maggie Greene will be leading Hilltop in the near future. She learned a great deal from her father about morals and virtues, which she’ll pass on to her child and those who follow her.

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1. Maggie Can Teach Baby Rhee When to Fight

Rick’s greatest dilemma in Season 7 was when to fight and when to submit. Maggie knew right away that Negan didn’t deserve to live and she’ll be the one to show the group how to fight him in the second half of Season 7 on The Walking Dead.

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What other ways can Maggie teach Baby Rhee how to survive on The Walking Dead?


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