Enid (Katelyn Nacon)
Enid was one of the most tragic losses of them all considering how much her character grew since we first met her at Alexandria. Gone was the distant kid who was afraid to get close to anyone. Enid had become a valued member of the Hilltop, serving as a doctor and starting to settle down with Alden.
All that came crashing down because of the Whisperers. Had Enid been spared, we know that she would be out for vengeance. With Jesus and Tara both dead, this would likely be a breaking point for Enid. She would be determined to do all she could to take down the Whisperers, regardless of whether or not she was on the front lines.
Enid would definitely need to step up as a leader at the Hilltop if she had survived into season 10. Already looked up to because of her role as one of the leading doctors, it is a natural progression for the character to step into a more prominent role despite her young age.
It would have been interesting to see how her and Alden’s relationship developed in the new season as well. After the time jump, both were established members of the Hilltop, and I would have liked to watch their dynamic as they both gain responsibility in the community following the loss of its leader, Tara.
After all we saw her go through in the past few seasons, it was really hard to see Enid leave the show in such a brutal fashion.