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- "Want to hop on? I can lead you right to the grand hall if that's where you're headed."
- —Annie offering Rick a ride.[src]
Nothing is known about Annie's life before or as the outbreak began. It is possible that she lived in or near Washington, D.C. before the outbreak.
Annie was either a part of the Alexandria Safe-Zone before or after the war. She is a farm hand in the community, and is first seen leading a horse through the Alexandria Safe-Zone. As she walks past Rick Grimes, she asks if he'd like to hop on and have her take him to the grand hall. However, Rick declines and tells her that he needs some exercise. Annie tells him to suit himself, and that she'll see him at lunch.
As Rick strolls through the streets of Alexandria, he earns disapproving glares from many residents for failing to act after Alpha killed twelve members of the communities (some being from Alexandria), with Annie being among the people glaring at Rick. She is later seen cheering for Rick after his speech about forming an army.
Annie is seen with the rest of the Militia shooting roamers to practice for the war with the Whisperers. She does very well, unlike Vincent who almost dies. She returns back to Alexandria and greets her father who was worried for her being outside the walls.
Sometime later, Paula rushes to the gate where Annie and Siddiq are on patrol. They both ask her what she is doing at the gate; however, she avoids the question, and tells them to wait for Rick to arrive. As they attempt to further question her, Rick and Michonne walk up to the gate, where Siddiq and Annie learn that Negan has escaped.
This list shows the victims Annie has killed:
- Numerous counts of zombies.
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- "Suit yourself. I'll see you at lunch."
- —Annie to Rick.[src]
Rick and Annie are shown to have a friendly relationship. Annie sees Rick struggling to walk to the grand hall and offers him a ride, showing that she cares about his well-being. As of Issue 146, however, her friendship with him has apparently become strained as a result of his decision not to wage war on The Whisperers after their leader Alpha killed twelve people from the communities, some of which came from Alexandria. Her confidence in him is later restored when he rallies the people to create a military against the Whisperers.