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Nothing is known about Eryn's life before or as the outbreak began. She may have lived in or near Woodbury.
Eryn is seen in the street with Ms. McLeod and other residents who were not apart of the Woodbury army. The next morning, Eryn is one of the Woodbury refugees who was brought to the prison and admitted entrance into the community.
Following the second attack on the prison by The Governor, which led to the fall of the prison, Eryn's fate is left unknown. If she did not escape on the prison bus with Jeanette and the other survivors, it is likely that she has died in the attack. Due to the fact that Eryn has not been seen since "30 Days Without An Accident," it is also possible that she had died long before the assault, as a casualty of the flu.
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- "30 Days Without An Accident" (No Lines)
- Eryn is named after the actress who portrays her, Eryn Ridings.
- A post on Addy Miller's official Facebook page states that Eryn Ridings' character has not been seen since "30 Days Without An Accident" and suggests that she likely died from the flu epidemic.