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The Walking Dead season 11 episode 2 recap: Maggie’s fate revealed after cliffhanger as menacing Reapers set on warpath

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Maggie was left for dead by Negan in the season premiere (Picture: Josh Stringer/AMC)

Warning: spoilers ahead for The Walking Dead season 11 episode 2.

In the latest episode of The Walking Dead, the fate of Maggie (Lauren Cohan) is revealed after a week of anxious waiting for fans as the mysterious and threatening Reapers show up to cause mayhem.

In episode 1 of season 11, which dropped on Disney Plus last week, viewers were in for a shock after the group on an expedition for supplies, led by Maggie and including her enemy Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), climbed on top of a train to escape a horde of walkers.

As Maggie fell, clinging onto the edge of the train for dear life, Negan – who previously killed her husband Glenn (Steven Yeun) – decides to leave her to the walkers in a moment reminiscent of Scar in The Lion King.

How did Maggie survive?

While it may have seemed like Maggie’s death was guaranteed, in episode two, it’s revealed that she managed to crawl underneath the train, from which she signals to the rest of the group that she’s still alive and is pulled up to safety.

Negan doesn’t bother to deny that he left her for dead, explaining to the others that it was reasonable for him to do so considering he was aware of Maggie’s murderous intentions for him.

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Negan was willing to let Maggie die – but she managed to escape (Picture: AMC)

Once on the train, Maggie, Negan and the rest of the group have to deal with walkers coming at them from both sides, with Gage (Jackson Pace) unable to escape their clutches, resulting in him dying and turning into one of them.

Just when it seems as though all may be lost, Daryl (Norman Reedus), who had chased Dog into the tunnel, makes his way behind the group of walkers on the train, taking them out and giving everyone else a means of escape.

Have the Reapers arrived?

Maggie had previously explained to the group that she’d decided to take them on a detour to another location for more supplies, where they should be able to find ammo, food and weapons.

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Fear the Reapers… (Picture: AMC)

After exiting the underground train tunnel, they make their way to the location, walking down a road with dead bodies hanging on the sides.

As they’re walking down the middle of the street, the group suffer a vicious attack at the hands of a mysterious group carrying deadly weapons and wearing masks, most likely marking the arrival of the dreaded Reapers.

The Reapers have previously been mentioned in The Walking Dead, having been referenced in season 10.

It looks as though the Reapers have made their full entrance – so could they be on a mission to kill Maggie?

Will we finally see the Commonwealth?

Elsewhere in the episode, Yumiko (Eleanor Matsuura) demands to speak to someone in charge while she, Eugene (Josh McDermitt), Ezekiel (Khary Payton) and Princess (Paola Lázaro) are being held captive by people supposedly working for the Commonwealth.

After the group is seemingly split up, Commonwealth officer Mercer (Michael James Shaw) eventually brings them back together, informing them that they have been accepted for asylum and citizenship in the United Townships and will be escorted to orientation.

But that’s not all, as Eugene finally comes face to face with Stephanie (Margot Bingham), who he had become besotted with after communicating with her over the radio.

Have Eugene, Yumiko, Ezekiel and Princess actually found a decent situation with their move to the Commonwealth? Or are they potentially walking into a trap?

The Walking Dead is available to watch on Disney Plus with new episodes released on Mondays.

Credit: Original article published here.

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