This is an extended version of a comment I left on a link after it was revealed that Morgan would be the crossover character between TWD & FTWD.
I'm not all that enthusiastic about the idea, but it is technically possible given the two timelines. The way I see it, it could go down one of three ways. But first, a look at what happened when with Morgan:
-Day 60: Morgan and his son Duane met Rick in King County, Georgia.
-Day 314: Morgan met Rick again in the same town. Duane is gone, and Morgan has set up all kinds of walker (and human) traps in town.
Are you guys ready for the third part of my Walking Dead Hogwarts Sorting? Next house is Slytherin!
Before we get into this house, I want to remind people that just because you're in Slytherin doesn't mean you're a bad guy or an evil person. I don't want anyone bitching in the comments about the fact that I put some of the "good guys" here. If I put them here, it's because I think it's where they belong, no matter which side of the battles they're on. Also, this far into the apocalypse, there are no "good guys" anymore, so it doesn't even matter.
Here is the second part of the TWD Hogwarts sorting. Now we're gonna sort the characters into the Ravenclaw house.
Ravenclaw, house of the Wise
EUGENE: Let's start with the most obvious character for this house, the genius Eugene. Eugene is the smartest character on this show. He might not be a fighter or the most courageous character; he's actually, as he calls himself, a coward. But he is a very valuable ally during the apocalypse, because he can make pretty much anything from scrap - from bombs, to fire, to even poison. He can be dangerous another ways than most characters. His weapon...