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|“||Growing up in rural Georgia, you're taught not to waste. It's how I was raised and how I raised my boys. Now, you've got monsters roaming around, that do nothing but eat people! And for what? To continue to rot until they eat some more! We thought we could put that meat to better use||„|
|~ Brenda explaing her views to Lee's group.|
Brenda St. John was a survivor and one of the three main antagonists of the Starved For Help chapter of Telltale's The Walking Dead. She was the wife of Terry St. John, and the mother of Andrew St. John and Danny St. John.
Brenda and her sons are members of the cannibalistic St. John Family. She was a disturbingly pleasant woman who saw no wrong in her actions and genuinely believed it was acceptable to eat those who were weak and dying so that the "strong" could survive.
Brenda and her sons had become so unstable that they even believed serving Lee and the other survivors the legs of Mark, of one of their own injured friends, was a good deed and she was angry when Lee and the others rightfully objected abducting Kenny's wife and son whilst having her sons lock the other survivors in a room. However, while holding one of Lee's friends hostage, she was caught off guard and bitten by a reanimated Mark, who had succumbed to blood loss and returned as a zombie.
In a fitting touch of irony, she not only became more of a cannibal than any of the zombies in the series, but she became a meal to the innocent human being she butchered for her own survival.
After the protagonists leave the farm, Brenda, now a walker, is seen coming from her house to join the others in feasting on her son.