In the semi-final episode of World Beyond in the Walking Dead, Leo and his group escape the CRM research center. It was not easy, but with explosives, a column of protesters, and their precious hostages, they almost all came out alive. Now, in “The Last Night,” CRM is on the hunt for separated refugees with the stated purpose of killing them all. In one of the ensuing battles, Felix fought and designed a brand new weapon in the style of Darth Maul.
Because of his hostage, getting two rescue vehicles from CRM was part of Leo’s escape plan. Marshal Jadis Stokes followed suit and handed them two trucks. But Jadis was standing along the pointed road, so one of Leo’s trucks got stuck quickly. He put most of his family in the other truck, but he left no supplies and research. So Felix, who was already there, came back to help.
Upon Felix’s arrival, the CRM soldiers quickly showed up. So Felix, Leo, and a few others spread out into the woods and started shooting at them from the crown of the trees. Knowing they did not have the ammunition they needed and seeing Lieutenant Newton as one of their opponents, Felix decided to separate the soldiers from the CRM. As Felix suspected, Newton grabbed the hook and turned to Felix.
When the two ran out of ammunition, Felix stopped with the tactical advantage. When he saw a group of hikers behind a threshold, he stopped and prepared for the fight. But instead of fighting, he let the walkers out and made Newton fight them all to keep him. So, when the time came, he unveiled his new weapon and attack.
For most of the series, Felix struggled with the S-pole – which is a short spear, but here he took two and tied the ends together. The result was a two-bladed spear very similar to Darth Maul. It was a tough battle between Felix with his new weapon and Newton with knife and stick, but in the end, Felix won and stabbed Newton in the middle. However, it was not a simple murder. When Felix Newton stabbed Newton, he gave his S-Post one last kick, which was rather gloomy as Newton’s entrails fell to the ground in front of him.
Felix’s actions, however, were not justified. Shortly before, the two started arguing. Newton took the opportunity to evacuate Felix orally. After reading Felix’s psychological test, he explained how Felix failed to defend a colony on the CRM campus, how Will ran away from him, and his parents did not want to do anything to him. So the fight was personal from the start, and Fell’s response to his burning insults was Felix’s decision to remember his opponent.