She lived with Olivia during her stay, and it took her three weeks to say a single word to anyone because of the shock that she had experienced outside.
Eight months after her arrival at the safe-zone, Enid can be seen lingering outside the walls when Rick Grimes's group approaches the safe-zone gates.
Maggie was shown to be religious to an extent, although by the fifth season she appears to be an atheist.
Devoted to her husband, Glenn Rhee, and the people around her, she constantly looks out for the best interests of the group and becomes a strong contributor to her group after the destruction of her father's farm.
Rick's son Carl looks around and sees Enid watching from a window outside the gate.
She is shown to become slightly suspicious and untrustworthy towards different survivors, such as Axel and Oscar, although she, like the rest of the group, eventually accept them.
On October 7, 2016, while at the New York Comic Con, Starz announced that the series had been renewed for a third season.
She's also the current leader of the Hilltop Colony, and one of the Co-Leaders of The Militia, along with Rick Grimes and Ezekiel. She is shown to be a loving daughter, sister, friend, wife, and soon-to-be mother.
Season 7 of the series saw the departure of several main cast members, including Steven Yeun and Michael Cudlitz, whose characters, Glenn and Abraham, were killed in the season opener.
Sonequa Martin-Green, who played Sasha, died in the season finale.
After this occurs, she becomes more invested with the core group, now understanding the need to fight for survival despite this initially putting a strain on her relationship with her father, Hershel.
Her mindset changes after an almost death experience with a walker.