"If you make it back to him, tell him these few things for me... Tell him he's a good guy. The guilt... it's not his. Tell him to let it all go, what happened at the bunker. He needs to wipe his brain clean. Tell him Kenneth set things right. Killed Trent, Jess and Foster. Okay?"
—Kenneth instructing the Tourist on what to tell Casey.[src]

Kenneth is an original character in The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners. He is a soldier that was stationed at the Reserve.

Pre-Apocalypse

Location Unknown

Not much is known about Kenneth's life prior to or as the outbreak began, other than he had an uncle named Tommy.

Post-Apocalypse

New Orleans, Louisiana

Kenneth was stationed at the Reserve when the outbreak started. While they were safe inside, a crowd of people soon showed up at the entrance, looking for supplies. While Casey and Kenneth wanted to give them supplies, Foster, Jess, and Trent rejected this notion and opened fire on the crowd, killing dozens. As the bunker started experiencing flooding, the whole squad save for Casey went outside to fix the pumps. While at the abandoned high school, Kenneth killed Foster, Jess, and Trent for what they did. Unfortunately, he was mortally injured during the fight.

Death

Killed By

Kenneth sustained mortal injuries during or shortly after the fight with Foster, Jess, and Trent.

  • The "Tourist" (Out of Mercy, Before Reanimation, or Zombified, Determinant)

At Kenneth's request, the Tourist can put him out of his misery, or leave him to turn. They can also put Kenneth down before or after reanimation.

Killed Victims

This list shows the victims Kenneth has killed:

Saints & Sinners Characters
New Orleans Henri
Corinne's Family CorinneRubin
The Reclaimed Jean-BaptisteHoraceDavonBarclay
The Tower MayJeffAndreTeresaAnthonyJustinDelphineGeorgiaAmbre
The Reserve CaseyKennethFosterJessTrent
Alive characters appear in green. Dead characters appear in red and italics. Unknown characters appear in blue. Undead characters appear in gray and italics. Determinant characters appear in purple. With italics, determinant characters either die or turn undead. Without italics, determinant characters either die, stay alive, or are left with unknown status.
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