I strongly recommend the addition of the ability to climb down ladders for Villagers.4 Aug 2019 Villagers cannot open trapdoors, fence gates, or iron doors, but can open all kinds of wooden doors and can climb ladders.
From the Minecraft Wiki: Villagers will mate depending on the number of valid doors.9 Dec 2013 They will pick up wheat, bread, carrots, potatoes, and beetroots.
Iron golems are immune to both drowning and fall damage. Villagers will take bread, but use other types of veggies such as beetroot, carrots, and potatoes.
When a baby villager is born it will automatically link to an unlinked bed.10 Oct 2019 In the very first scene of Season One, Episode One, we see a little zombie girl stop to deliberately pick up a teddy bear from the ground.
Later in the same episode we see a zombie apparently try to turn the door knob to get into Morgan Jones' house. After season 1 I do not recall seeing any such intelligence demonstrated by a zombie again.
Zombies tend to follow instinct, but have been known to react to certain stimuli that do not involve food. Even in Romero's original trilogy, he broke these rules whenever it was needed to make a better movie, as I've said before.
For instance, many people who drive the same route frequently don't need to focus on it. They'll frequently have their minds on other subjects, yet still drive safely and on the correct route.
He was an outstanding example of a zombie retaining some learned instincts, even before the training he was given. Further, in the 'Day by Day Armageddon' series the protagonist comes up with a theory of what he calls 'ten-percenters', noting that about 1 out of every 10 zombies seems slightly more capable than the rest.
They retain some problem-solving skills, can recognize patterns they've seen frequently, are better able to climb stairs or ladders, or something similar that sets them apart. The behavior demonstrated by the Walkers (Zombies) in Episode 1 of Season 1 was likely to be a discrepancy in the story writing as a result of being right at the beginning of production.
As pointed out by the User Solemnity, this is a relativity common issue in early TV episodes generally. I find it hard to believe that he would have had any emotional attachment to the rock, unlike the little girl with the teddy bear and Morgan's wife with the house.
Carol's husband was lying sulking, and he Dan't make a noise until after the walker had unzipped his tent. This is either a deliberate part of their lore in-universe or the shows creators decided to make other humans the main threat to our heroes to keep it interesting.
As described by Eugene in the comic book, a herd is when a group of Walkers acts with a mob mentality. One zombie might brush his hand on a door knob, and another will see this and mistake it as an attempt to get in.
An example of this is in the start of the Season 2 finale where a zombie sees a helicopter and follows it to Hershel's Farm. When the girl picked up the doll she wasn't aware of any food source, so she did have the capacity of very limited thought.
The old guy that was alive and later died and became a walker wasn't able to react to those control stimuli because of the presence of food. If we take the last episode of the first season, the doctor shows us that only the Walkers cerebellum and closer parts are functional.
Without getting too technical into the medical part (as the whole argument for Zombies falls apart), it is unlikely that a Walker would even think to pick up a doll as that wouldn't satisfy any real basic instinct. The reputation requirement helps protect this question from spam and non-answer activity.
Location Lawanda, New York, USA When Patrick follows Karen from the shower area, he is distracted by a cough and goes to another cell where he chomps the neck of mustache guy.
There are about four walkers dead on the ground and Ryan Samuel's in the cell with Carol. Daryl, Glenn, and Rick go up the flight of steps to check the second floor.
Walkers climbed stairs while chasing after Shane at the high school as well. One also followed Hershel up the steps in episode five of the third season.
Case closed, I guess. Edit: I just realized to get to Merle in Atlanta, the walkers had to climb the stairs leading up to the roof. Would be quite a boring show if you could be safe from them by just going upstairs somewhere.
It seems that walker scan go up and downs stairs (as has been pointed out and proven) but not ladders, which makes sense. Ladders require a lot more coordination than simply stepping up.
A dog can go up the stairs easily but not many of them can climb a ladder. That one walker in season one looked like he was about to climb a ladder after the great tank escape of season one.
But I prefer to forget all about walker behavior from the first 3 or 4 episodes. +1 not being interspecially racist, in acknowledging that some dogs can indeed climb ladders.
(and yes I googled “interspecial” and it is vaguely a word) Was on the 2nd floor, and he rigged an axe at the top of the stairs, in case a walker managed to get past the welcome mat.
Rick and Glenn were covered in zombie guts, and it started to rain. The zombies were chasing them, they climbed a fence and then 1-2 zombies climbed over after them. Was on the 2nd floor, and he rigged an axe at the top of the stairs, in case a walker managed to get past the welcome mat.
Morgan's wife turning the doorknob and looking like she knew where she was. And the walker that climbed into the RV looking around when he came upon Andrea.
One also followed Hershel up the steps in episode five of the third season. Edit: I just realized to get to Merle in Atlanta, the walkers had to climb the stairs leading up to the roof.
Location Lawanda, New York, USA Was on the 2nd floor, and he rigged an axe at the top of the stairs, in case a walker managed to get past the welcome mat.
If the rural people of King County had all those weapons... I wonder why Patrick went up the stairs when there were fresh victims downstairs.
I hate to be a wet blanket, but it has always seemed to me the walker scan do anything that is convenient to make the story work. Sometimes they are shown to prefer fresh moving prey over a corpse they are currently eating.
But when Daryl arrived at the scene where he found combined Merle, it was only Merle noticing Daryl while all other zombies kept on munching on the other corpses, despite Daryl heavily crying while stabbing Merle over and over. And in season 1, when Glenn and Rick climbed the ladder, it seemed one walker was attempting to follow them.
“Kiss your Mother goodnight, and remember that God saves.” Makes it all the more fun to pick apart inconsistencies.
Hell, so many people have run the show in a few short seasons that I find it all highly entertaining. Not that it's ever terrifying, just a little edgier when they can do more than stumble around slack jawed and try to gnaw on anything within reach.