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  Judith Grimes
Season six judith grimes
Actor Adelaide & Eliza Cornwell (S3)
Loudyn & Leighton Case (S3)[1]
Tinsley & Anniston Price (S4)
Eleora & Elisea DiFranco (S4)
Sophia & Delia Oeland (S4) Charlotte & Clara Ward (S5) [2]
Kylee & Jaylynn[3] (S5)
Chloe & Sophia Garcia-Frizzi (S6)
Gender Female
Hair Golden Blonde
Age A Week (The Suicide King)
8 Months (Season 5)
9 Months (Season 6)
Occupation None
Family Lori Grimes - Mother (Deceased)
Rick Grimes - Possible Father
Shane Walsh - Possible Father (Deceased)
Carl Grimes - Brother/Half-Brother
First Appearance "Killer Within"
Status Alive
Series lifespan "Killer Within" to Present
Ethnicity Caucasian-American
Judith Grimes (TV Series) Gallery
Adelaide and Eliza Cornwell Gallery
"Just look at her and tell me the world isn't going to change."
Bob Stookey speaking to Rick Grimes about Judith[src]

Judith Grimes is the infant daughter of Lori Grimes. Due to the situation at her conception, Judith's biological father isn't definitely known; it could be either the series's protagonist Rick Grimes, or the former group leader and antagonist Shane Walsh. Regardless of Judith's real father, Rick firmly told Shane that Lori's baby is his, being that Lori was his wife.


Judith Grimes is the second child born to Lori Grimes and the first infant depicted as having been born after the zombie apocalypse. As the only person so far to have no memories of a world without the horrors of the zombie apocalypse, their parents expressed hopes that she would not live in constant fear as they do and accept the post zombie world as the way things are without referencing the way things used to be.

It was a point of contention as to who is the baby's biological father. Lori had a very brief sexual liaison with Shane Walsh, Rick's best friend, at the Atlanta camp prior to her discovering that Rick was still alive. This put Shane into the right time frame for the baby's conception. Rick, however, was reunited with Lori not long after, and was also shown making love with Lori, so it is still entirely possible that he is indeed the baby's biological father. Rick has since forgiven Lori for her affair with Shane but forbid mention that he might not be the baby's biological father. As far as he's concerned, he loves his child, and the circumstances of its conception are completely irrelevant. It does show in Season 4 that Rick has taken on the fatherly role for her.

Judith was not immediately named upon her birth, and it took them several episodes to decide on "Judith", which was the name of Carl's third grade teacher. Carl also suggested that they name her Sophia, after Sophia. she was nick-named by Daryl Dixon "Lil' Ass Kicker".

Season 3

"Killer Within"

Judith was successfully delivered via an emergency cesarean section by Maggie Greene, though this resulted in Lori's death due to blood loss and shock. Judith, when she first came out of Lori, was silent. She was quickly awakened by a few quick, light slaps on the back from Maggie. Carl was forced to shoot Lori in the head to prevent reanimation. Judith, her brother Carl, and Maggie exited the prison and Rick notices Maggie holding her without Lori present. He began to sob over the loss of his wife. 

"Say the Word"

It was revealed that the baby is a girl. Daryl, Maggie, and Glenn Rhee offered to retrieve formula so the baby would survive. Only Maggie and Daryl departed the prison and travel to a daycare center, where they discovered formula as well as more needed baby supplies. When they came back, Daryl feeds the baby and asks Carl if he has decided on a name yet. Carl went through girls' names from former survivors in the group. After that, Daryl jokingly suggested the name "Little Ass Kicker" and asks her how she would like that.


Rick first acknowledged her as his child to the first caller on the phone. He finally carried her after he returns to the group a second time.

"When the Dead Come Knocking"

Carl talked to Rick about the baby's name and Carl told Rick about how Daryl calls her "Lil' Ass-Kicker", which Rick found amusing. They finally decide on Judith, after Carl's 3rd grade teacher, Judith Mueller.

"Made to Suffer"

Judith briefly appeared in this episode, being cradled by Beth Greene as Carol Peletier, Carl, and Axel looked on. Axel used Beth's good handling of Judith as an excuse to hit on her, which an anxious Carol pulled him aside and reprimanded him for.

"The Suicide King"

Judith appearared in the episode being cared for by Beth while Rick, Michonne, Glenn, and Maggie were in Woodbury. Judith's cry appeared to trigger Rick's psychosis. While Beth talked with Carol, Judith began to cry again. Carol held Judith before placing her in a box (a makeshift crib) with "Lil' Ass Kicker" written on the side.


Judith appeared being fed by Maggie while Beth talked to her.

"I Ain't a Judas"

Judith was held by Carol and Andrea as both of them talked about what happened to the group and their future plans. In the ending, she appeared again being carried by Rick, when he was talking to Daryl and Hershel Greene about Andrea and his plans to get more weapons for the confrontation with Woodbury.

"This Sorrowful Life"

Carol was seen putting Judith in her playpen during her last conversation with Merle Dixon

"Welcome to the Tombs"

Beth was seen holding Judith as the group prepared to defend the prison from the outside. During the attack, Judith was held by Beth, who was with Hershel and Carl hiding outside the prison in the woods. When they finally met up with the rest of the group, inside the prison, Beth took Judith to Rick so that he could kiss her on the forehead.

Season 4

"30 Days Without An Accident"

Judith appeared in this episode. She looked more grown up, hinting that it had been a couple of months since she was born. It was shown that even if she isn't Rick's, he has adopted her as his own daughter.


Judith was shown with Rick at the beginning of the episode. Beth took care of her while the zombies attacked Cell Block D. Rick told everyone they couldn't go near Judith because they could get her infected. Michonne seemed bothered by her presence. Later, Judith vomited on Beth. In reaction, Beth asked Michonne to hold her, to which Michonne sternly replied "No", but she then gave in and took her uneasily. After a few seconds of Beth being gone, Michonne broke down emotionally and held Judith close to her. 


Beth was seen in the Administrative Building with Judith. She was holding Judith when Maggie walked in to talk with Beth. Later on, before going on the supply run, Daryl called Judith the "Lil Asskicker" again.

"Too Far Gone"

During the attack, Judith was carried out by the children of the prison but was left on the ground unsupervised. After Rick and Carl reunite at the prison courtyard, they could Judith's baby seat empty and bloody. However, Tyreese Williams, Lizzie Samuels, and her sister Mika managed to save her. The reason for her baby carrier being bloody is unknown. Her desperate father and brother, though, assumed that she was dead.


Judith was seen in the arms of Tyreese after the attack, and she could stop crying. After Tyreese hears a scream from the railroad, he left her with Lizzie. Lizzie covered Judith's mouth to stop her from crying during a walker attack, and slipped into a shell-shocked state and nearly suffocates the baby before saved by a newly returned Carol. Judith was last seen traveling with Tyreese, Carol, Lizzie and her sister along some railroad tracks. 

"The Grove"

Judith appeared throughout the episode, often in the safety of either Tyreese or Carol in a baby carrier, which the two took turns wearing on their backs. While Tyreese and Carol were clearing out the cabin at the pecan grove, a walker suddenly fell over the first-storey railing of the house. Unable to kill it (because she believes it to still be "alive"), Lizzie froze up in fear with Judith in her arms as it lunged quickly towards them along the ground; ultimately, it was shot in the head by Mika, saving Lizzie and Judith's lives. Later on, in order to prove to Tyreese and Carol that walkers aren't different from living people, Lizzie killed Mika by stabbing her, taking care to preserve her brain so she could "come back". She continues that she had intended to do the same thing to Judith before the two had arrived.  However, Judith was seen off to the side of Mika's corpse, alive and lying on a blanket. Though saddened by Mika's death, Carol focused on the situation at hand and dissuaded Lizzie from harming Judith, on the grounds that Judith "couldn't walk yet" (and therefore wouldn't make a good 'Walker'), to which Lizzie agreed. Knowing that Lizzie was dangerous, Tyreese offered to leave with Judith and part ways with Carol, so that she could carry on with Lizzie. However, Carol disagreed with the idea, and later reluctantly killed Lizzie with the safety of the three of them in mind. After Lizzie and Mika were buried, Carol and Tyreese continued to proceed towards Terminus with Judith in the tow. 


Judith appeared in this episode via flashbacks from the prison, mostly seen being held by Beth. Judith first appeared when Rick woke up from his sleep and Beth came into his cell with Hershel to get Judith. Later on, Judith was seen held by Beth while watching Carl and Patrick rearranging blocks and guns. In the final flashback, Judith was seen sleeping while being held by Beth in the prison yard. 

Season 5

"No Sanctuary"

Judith appeared in this episode, still in the care of Tyreese and Carol. As Carol, Judith, and Tyreese approached another Terminus sign, a walker appeared at their back, which made Judith cry. Carol quickly dispatched the walker just in time to notice that a large herd was heading their way. Tyreese, now carrying Judith, and Carol hid in the woods so as not to attract the herd's attention. Just when things started to turn into a bad situation for them, gunfire was heard, attracting the walkers and leading them away from the group. After taking a small cabin from a Terminant named Martin, Carol left Judith with Tyreese so that she could rescue the others. Afterwards, Martin told Tyreese that either he died, Tyreese died, or the baby died if Carol did not return. Tyreese negated this saying that "nobody is gonna die today". Three walkers came out from the woods and distract Tyreese which Martin used to his advantages. He jumped up and grabs Judith's head and threatened to kill her if Tyreese didn't go outside where the walkers were waiting. Tyreese went outside so that Martin wouldn't kill Judith. After a brief struggle with walkers, Tyreese returned and severely beat Martin, saving Judith. After rescuing the others, Carol brought Rick and Carl back to the cabin, where they reunited with Judith, joyfully hugging her. She was last seen being carried by Carol as the group left the site of Terminus and to an unknown location, a place Rick said that is 'somewhere far' from the now overrun and ransacked Terminus.


Rick's group continued on their journey away from Terminus when they came across Father Gabriel Stokes, whom they save from a group of walkers. He took the survivors back to his church, where they planned to stay for a while as they stock up on supplies. After scavenging the nearby area, the group enjoyed a feast and Rick used the time to spend with Judith. Abraham Ford made a speech, where he talked about his desire for Rick's group to join him and Rosita Espinosa on their mission to escort Eugene Porter to Washington, D.C.. Judith maked a noise during his speech and Rick took this as her consent, lightheartedly saying that if Judith was in, then he was, too.

"Four Walls and a Roof"

When various members of the group went missing, several survivors went out to search for them. They eventually could Bob Stookey, who was kidnapped by Gareth and the other surviving residents of Terminus. Rick lead a group out to confront Gareth and deal with them, while several others stayed behind, Judith among them, who was being cared for by Tyreese. After Rick's group left, the Hunters turn up and break into the church. Judith cried and gives away the groups hiding place, but before Gareth and his people can do anything, they were captured and slaughtered by Rick and the others, who came back.

The following morning, the group say their goodbyes to Bob, who is dying of a bite in his shoulder. Judith sat on Rick's lap as he had one final talk with Bob, where he thanked Rick for taking him in at the prison and advised him that the nightmare will end, but it didn't have to end who they are. He told Rick to look at Judith and see for himself that the world would someday change. He passed away shortly after.


When Daryl returned from Atlanta with the news that Carol and Beth were being held in a hospital, Rick and several others prepared to go on a mission to save them, but they fortified the church before they leave. Rick held Judith and have her a kiss before handing her to Michonne, who was staying behind with Carl and Gabriel. Judith began to cry as Rick leaves and Carl strengthened the front door.

Unbeknownst to Michonne and Carl, Gabriel snuck out of the church shortly after.


Gabriel returned to the church after sneaking out and begged to be let inside as a herd of walkers were after him. Carl let him in, but the walkers poured inside. Michonne attempted to hold them off, but there were too many, leaving them with no choice but to escape and abandon the church, with Carl holding Judith. They circled around to the front and shut the walkers inside.

Just as the front door begin to give way, Abraham and his group, who left a few days previously, returned with a fire truck and blocked the door, preventing the walkers from escaping. The group reunited and Michonne revealed to an elated Maggie that Beth was still alive, and that Rick and the others had gone to rescue her. They all decided to go to help out.

Judith was presumably with Carl in the firetruck as the group arrived at the hospital, where they reunited with Rick and the others and Maggie broke down into tears upon seeing Daryl carrying Beth's corpse.

"What Happened and What's Going On"

She appeared in this episode through a hallucination Tyreese had as he died.


The group took turns carrying Judith throughout their walk, especially Carl and Rick. When they reached the barn, they kept Judith close. When walkers attacked, Carl put her on the ground and then goes to help. The next morning, when Maggie woke up, she saw Judith awake in Rick's arms while he slept.

"The Distance"

Judith was crying due to hunger when Aaron suggested the applesauce he had bought with him. Rick is not sure it isn't poisoned and ordered Aaron to eat it first. Aaron said that he didn't want to eat the applesauce because he had bad memories of them, but Rick forced him to. She rode in the RV during the first leg of their journey to Alexandria, then rode in the car with Carl, Michonne and Rick during the second leg. When they arrived, Rick picked her up and starts walking towards the gate.


Rick held Judith while entering the zone. There was a cot in their new house for her. During Carl's interview with Deanna Monroe, he held Judith. The next day he took her for a walk in a pram, chatting with two elderly residents.


Judith was seen being taken to Deanna's house party. She was held by Jessie Anderson at one point and when she attempted to pass her back to Rick, he kissed Jessie on the cheek.


Judith was briefly seen on the screen of her baby monitor in the kitchen while Carol made the casserole for the Monroe family as they mourned Aiden.


Judith was briefly seen being carried by Carl inside the garage at their house, while her older brother was playfully showing her around.

Season 6

"First Time Again"

Rick let Morgan hold her while they discussed Carter.


Carl was pushing her in her stroller through Alexandria when he talked to Father Gabriel. Later, Carol was seen keeping an eye on her. She left Carl behind to take care of her during the Wolves attack. However, Carl left her alone while he searched for Enid.

"Heads Up"

Carol dropped Judith off at Jessie's house when she went after Morgan.

"Start to Finish"

Judith was in Jessie's house, upstairs on a cot for most of the episode. When the group left to walk through the herd, Carl puts her under his cloak to mask her smell.

Killed Victims

This list shows the victims Judith has killed:


Rick Grimes

—Rick to Judith when holding her for the first time[src]

Despite the uncertainty of whether or not he was Judith's biological father due to Lori's affair with Shane, Rick has cared for and protected her as if she was his own. He has shown constant determination in keeping her safe and is affectionate with ease. His love for Judith was evident when he cried in despair when he thought she was eaten by walkers during the fall of the prison.

After Rick's escape from Terminus, he was reunited with Judith, who was cared for by Carol and Tyreese. Overwhelmed with joy upon seeing her, he dropped his bag of guns and ran towards Judith to embrace her.

Lori Grimes

"I'm not losing my baby."
—Lori about Judith[src]

When Lori first found out about her pregnancy, she began crying as she knew the hardships that her baby would cause for the group and the dangers the helpless newborn would face growing up in such an unforgiving world. Lori took pills to abort the baby by taking tablets, but later threw them up as she was unsure what to do. She either didn't know that the pills would not actually terminate her pregnancy or she did know and she tried it as an act of desperation. Rick discovered the remaining pills and confronted her about it, prompting Lori to confess to both the pregnancy and the liaison with Shane. Although it seems that Lori made a "choice" to keep her baby, in reality, she may have realized that, without proper medical facilities to pursue an abortion, there really was no "choice." Lori's awareness of this is revealed in her conversation with Beth when Beth asked her how she could bring a baby into "this world."

After going into labor in the prison, Lori knew that she and the baby wouldn't both survive. Without any consideration, she chose the baby and demanded that Maggie perform a C-section on her. As Maggie began cutting Lori open, Lori cried out in pain and died, probably because of blood loss. Lori never saw her daughter before she died.

Carl Grimes

"Judith. Do you think that's a good name?"
—Carl thinking of a name for Judith[src]

Carl appeared to be very protective of his baby sister. He was present during her birth and came up with names for her. Rick later pulled Carl aside to give him advice as to what he should do if anything went wrong while he's absent. Carl asked him what they should name the baby, and suggested naming the baby after his 3rd grade teacher, Judith Mueller, which Rick agreed to. Carl, despite gaining a new cold personality, clearly loved his baby sister and, like his father, was willing to keep her safe and protect her at all cost. After speculating that Judith was eaten by walkers, Carl cried in anger and frustration and empties his rifle ammunition to a walker. He also yelled at Rick, believing that his father had caused her death.

After escaping from Terminus, thanks to Carol's help, Carl and Rick managed to reunite with Judith after thinking that she was dead. Carl held his baby sister close in joy along with Rick, crying in the process.

Shane Walsh

"Rick told me. And the reason you didn't is because you know it's mine. Okay. You know, we carried on quite a bit before Rick got back, Lori. It's mine. You know it is."
—Shane to Lori regarding Judith[src]

Shane died eight months before Judith was born. However, for a brief time around the time of her conception, Shane and Lori had a sexual relationship prior to Lori discovering that Rick was still alive, which makes it entirely possible that he is Judith's biological father. When Shane first found out of Lori's pregnancy, he automatically assumed that the baby was his. Lori had told Rick about the relationship, and both Lori and Rick told him that the baby would never be considered his, which infuriated him. Jealous of Rick, and seeing him as a rival, Shane was strongly suggested to have been interested in taking Lori as his wife and raising both Carl and the baby as his own. Realizing that he would never win Lori with Rick being present, Shane plotted to kill him, but catching on to Shane's plan, Rick killed him first.

Hershel Greene

"Oh the baby, she's healthy - eats like a horse, sleeps like a rock."
—Hershel assuring Rick of Judith's state[src]

Due to his medical training, Hershel was the primary caretaker of Judith. He spent a significant amount of time with the baby and ensured that her needs were met. Hershel cared very deeply for Judith. Since the day Judith was born, Hershel had acted as her surrogate father while Rick recovered from his breakdown.

Maggie Greene

Maggie was the one who delivered Judith since Carol and Hershel were unavailable. It also appears that Maggie cares about Judith as she also went out to get formula with Daryl Dixon in "Say the Word". She also showed her affection in "Hounded" when she told Glenn to find toys for Judith while they are looking in the market.

Beth Greene

"I always wanted a child."
—Beth to Carol Peletier about caring for Judith[src]

Beth was very attached to Judith; she was always seen holding and nurturing her. She got along very well with Judith, in contrast to Rick, who, at first, made her cry every time he held her. After Judith's birth, Beth was usually seen preparing formula or boiling milk for Judith. Sometime later, Beth admitted to Carol that she had always wanted a child of her own. After being informed that The Governor is planning to attack the Prison, Beth became concerned about Judith's safety and feels that the group should flee before they attack. Beth was skillful when it came to nurturing Judith, as she instructed her sister to hold and give her food when Maggie took Judith away from Beth for a short time. Beth was also shown to be Judith's babysitter when Rick went to go farming early in the morning as seen in Infected when Rick dropped her off while everyone else was asleep in their cells. Beth was very protective of Judith and would do anything to keep her alive and to honor Lori.

Carol Peletier

"You cozy in there? Yes."
—Carol to Judith when putting Judith into her crib[src]

After getting over her grief regarding Lori's death, Carol took a fondness to Judith and was often seen cradling her in her arms and caring for her. After being found by Daryl after she was separated from the group, Carol was surprised to see Judith in Beth's arms, and since then, she has put her experience of having a daughter to good use in nurturing Judith. Carol, along with Beth, was the primary caretaker of Judith. Carol also tells Andrea about Judith's nickname when she goes to the prison for the first time, and in the process discovers about the deaths of Shane, Lori, T-Dog and Axel. When Beth is not seen cradling Judith, she is either asleep in her crib or is being cradled by Carol.

Daryl Dixon

"Take care of Little Ass-Kicker."
—Daryl to Rick[src]

Daryl was apparently fond of her which is why he nicknamed her, "Little Ass-Kicker." Judith revealed a soft spot in him, as witnessed by the way he precariously handled the baby and fed her formula. In "The Suicide King" when Daryl leaves, he told Rick to look after "Little Ass-Kicker" showing that despite him leaving, he still cared about her. Later, when Beth and Carol were putting her down in a box, it had "Lil' Ass-Kicker" written on the side. It is believed that Daryl wrote this, since he was the one who nicknamed her that. Also, Beth told Carol that Judith would be dead if it wasn't for Daryl because he refused to lose anyone else and personally went out to find formula so that she would live.

Glenn Rhee

"Back when you had two legs and we didn't have a baby crying for walkers every four hours!"
—Glenn arguing with Hershel about staying or leaving the prison[src]

Glenn and Judith never physically interacted, but indirectly have. Glenn was willing to go and retrieve supplies for her. During the "war" with the Governor, Glenn saw Judith as a burden. Hershel tried to devise plans in avoiding The Governor by leaving the prison. Glenn said that Judith would cry and be a major hindrance to the group's supplies and safety, as her loud cries would attract walkers. However, Glenn most likely cares for her a great deal.


After Michonne got wounded, and was training to gain her strength back, she got distracted and asked Beth if Judith always cries like that. Beth tells her she can sense wounds. Afterwards, Beth asks Michonne if she can hold her, so she can clean up. Michonne denied strictly, but later agreed, in which resulted in Michonne starting to cry. It was unknown why Michonne didn't want to hold Judith, and got emotional when she held her until the episode "After", when it was discovered that Michonne was still dealing with the loss of her own young son, Andre.

Tyreese Williams

"I know, I know... What do you want? What do you want?"
—Tyreese responding to Judith's cry[src]

Tyreese was the one who saved Judith during the prison outbreak and he seemed to be babysitting her when he fled from the prison with Lizzie and Mika. Over the time spent together Tyreese become very protective over her and when Martin threatened to kill her, Tyreese nearly beat him to death.

Lizzie Samuels

"But she can come back. I was just going to..."
—Lizzie, about to kill Judith[src]

After the prison outbreak, Judith was seen carried by Tyreese, with Lizzie and Mika. When Tyreese left the them trying to save Christopher and Christopher's Father because of screams heard from a distance, Judith cried and her cry attracted a great deal of walkers. Lizzie didn't seem to be very fond of Judith because of that, and tried to suffocate Judith. After murdering her sister, Mika, Lizzie tried to kill Judith again, but was stopped by Carol.


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  • Robert Kirkman stated: "If you've watched this show, it's definitely much more likely that it is Shane's baby, but you never really know."[4]
  • Judith is, so far, one of the only five known characters to be played by many different actresses, the others being Michonne, Hannah (Webisodes), Mike, and Terry.
    • On Talking Dead, it is revealed Judith has 6 different sets of twin actors, plus a stunt doll for when the scenes were considered too unsafe for her actress. As of First Time Again, Judith has been portrayed by 8 different sets of twin actors. This means she has 16 actors, the most of any character. The Latest set of twins Sophia and Chole Garcia-Frizzi are the first ones to make it an entire season and are being considred for season 7.
  • Judith, despite being uncredited in every appearance, is the character with the most appearances outside the series regulars.
  • She is the youngest character to have killed someone, in this case Lori Grimes at the age of barely a few seconds old; albeit indirectly caused.


TV Series Characters
Grimes Family RickCarlJudithLori
Sheriff's Department LambertShaneLeon
Jones Family MorganJennyDuane
Atlanta Camp GlennCarolDarylMoralesMirandaLouisElizaAndrea
Nursing Home GuillermoFelipeMiguelAbuelaGilbertJorge
Jenner Family EdwinCandace
Greene Farm MaggieBethHershelJosephineAnnetteShawnArnold
Dave and Tony's Group NateRandallSeanTonyDave
Michonne's Group MichonneAndreMikeTerry
The Prison AxelOscarAndrewTomasBig Tiny
Woodbury JeanetteMcLeodPhilipCaesarShumpertJacobsonOwenErynGregKarenMiltonEricFoster StevensRowanEileenNoahPaulJodyHaleyPennyWarrenRichardMichaelGargulioCrowleyTim
Military Personnel WilsonBradySeanFranklinWellesCallaway
Prison Newcomers SashaTyreeseBobLizzieMikaBeckyLukeMollyJulioHenryNorisCalebDavidRyanCharlieChloeRichardsPatrickZachAllenBenDonna
Chambler Family TaraLillyMeghanDavid
Martinez's Group MitchAlishaRossPete
Ford Family AbrahamEllenA.J.Becca
Post-Prison Survivors RositaEugeneGabriel
The Claimers DanBillyHarleyTonyJoeLenLou
Terminus MartinGregTheresaGarethAlbertMikeMaryAlex
Grady Memorial Hospital StevenShepherdLicariFrancoMcGinleyPercyBelloTanakaAlvaradoNoahDawnO'DonnellBobJeffriesGormanJoanGavinHanson
Alexandria Safe-Zone AaronJessieSpencerTobinRonSamOliviaEricHeathFrancineBruceScottDeniseKentAnnaBarbaraEnidNatalieBobMikeyDeannaBetsyMichaelStacyNicholasWillDavidAnnieSturgessBarnesHollyErinRichardsShellyCarterPeteRegAiden
The Wolves Aphid
The Saviors NeganDwightHoneyWadeCamTina
Miscellaneous Survivors PaulaEastmanSamChristopherAnaClara
Animals NellyButtonsFlameViolet
Walkers HannahSummerWayneLouiseDougErinNick
TonyBillJoe Sr.Eddie
Alive characters appear in green. Dead characters appear in red and italics. Unknown characters appear in blue. Undead characters appear in grey and italics.

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