|Louis before the Apocalypse.|
|Family|| Dani - Wife
Alex - Son
|Height||6'4" (193 cm)|
|Weight||202 lbs (92 kg)|
|Hair Color||Brown (Greying)|
|First Apperance||Season 3|
Before the apocalypse, it's unknown what Louis was.
Season 3 Edit
He's later seen that night when Katrina asks for a gun to shoot with. He asks her to sign a log, and after the fact he gives her a sniper rifle, before going back to bed.
He appears again that night when Katrina causes a commotion, where he kicks her out of the hotel for killing Titus after he attempted to flirt with Katrina.
He shows up when the Rogues invade the hotel, talking smack to Michael and saying he would never surrender and would fight the Rogues. After Reagan is killed during the standoff, Louis and his group open fire, an intense firefight erupting between the two.
During the firefight, Louis witnesses his son Alex be killed by Viktor. Louis angrily shoots Viktor in the head, and suddenly weeps as he holds his dying son in his arms. After his son's death, Louis goes on a rage filled rampage, killing mulitple Rogues.
Louis survives the battle, where he is obviously shaken at the loss of his wife, Dani, and his son, Alex. Louis is later knocked out by a gas canister containing incapicitating chemical agents.
Louis is tied at the hands and feet alongside twelve other survivors, where he is surrounded by people in gas masks armed with guns. The leader of the armed group steps forward, announcing where they were and why they were captured.
- Possibly numerous counts of walkers and unnamed people.
Louis was shown to be good, yet hardy leader who was short in patience. He wasn't to be toyed with, and would make a decision and stick with it. He was courageous, facing down a Rogue army with little fear.
Louis was an average man in his early forties, with straight, short brown, greying hair and cold, hardy brown eyes.
- Leadership: Louis was a stable leader and managed a group of fifty survivors for quiet a while with ease.
Weapons and ItemsEdit
- Unknown Firearm: Louis carried a gun with him, though what kind it is left undetermined.
Louis loved Dani, the latter being his whom he was protective to.
Louis had a basic father-son relationship with his son Louis, caring for and protecting his boy.