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  • So, John. You're alive, but your family is zombified. Good job, Rockstar San Diego.
  • A particular stand-off with a mythical creature.
  • Paternal Pride. Bonnie MacFarlane's father, Drew, has been trying to contain the Ranch's undead by locking them in the barn, but he hasn't come out since the day before. John goes to investigate, and sure enough, Drew has been zombified, forcing John to put him down. Bonnie is devastated, despite her attempts not to show it, and John laments that Drew "was a good man".
    • Keep in mind that Undead Nightmare takes place shortly before the original story's ending. At this point Bonnie has nearly lost her cattle, the liveblood of her ranch, multiple times, and kidnapped and nearly murdered by cattle rustlers, and now she's lost her father. Even in a spinoff, Bonnie just can't catch a break.
  • The scene in which Nigel West Dickens leaves John with his train to Mexico. It feels vaguely depressing, and this troper is always unnerved by the way Dickens seems to have simply given up.
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