|This article is about the TV Series character. For other pages with the same name, see: Nora|
- 1 Pre-Apocalypse
- 2 Post-Apocalypse
- 3 Killed Victims
- 4 Relationships
- 5 Appearances
- 6 Trivia
- 7 References
Nothing is known about Nora's life prior to or as the outbreak began.
At some point in the apocalypse, Nora joined a community called the Alexandria Safe-Zone.
In Alexandria, as Michonne and Judith are sitting together on the porch of their house, Nora knocks on their gate. She tells Michonne that crows have been eating about a fourth of Alexandria's tomato crops. Michonne says that the windmill will help once it's built and that she will talk to Eugene when he gets back. Nora also mentions that Negan is refusing to eat food that Scott gave him, to which Michonne replies that she'll handle it.
Six years after Rick Grimes' "death", Nora is part of the council that governs Alexandria and she joins the rest of the council in the church as they interview Magna's group before voting on whether or not they should be permitted to join the community. She and the other residents are shocked when Michonne reveals what Magna's hand tattoo means.
In Alexandria, Nora, along with Laura and Kyle, listens as Michonne, Siddiq, and Aaron discuss the new threat, as well as the state of the Kingdom and their invitation to attend the fair. She speaks up and suggests they put the fair invitation up to a vote. Ultimately, it is revealed Nora and the rest of the council decide to send a delegation to the Kingdom to attend the fair.
Nora is among the council members to enter the meeting house as the teacher is going over her lessons with Lydia, Gracie, and several other Alexandrian children. The council announces they need to cut class short as they need the space to hold an emergency meeting regarding the discovery of a Whisperer mask in Oceanside.
Nora listens as Aaron tells the council that the walkers are coming in constant waves. Michonne tells everyone to take care of it and to remember their training. Later that day at an emergency council meeting, Nora listens as Michonne tells everyone instead of retaliating, she and a small group will meet with Alpha at the border to work things out.
Nora is at the dining hall enjoying a meal when Lydia makes a scene by gutting a dead squirrel, upsetting Gage, Margo, and Alfred. She watches as the three leave in disgust before returning to her meal.
Later that night, Nora and the council reunite in the meeting house to discuss Lydia's attack. They question Gage and Alfred, who lie and say they were attacked. Gabriel asks why Lydia's the one in the infirmary. They claim to them how their friends got beheaded by the Whisperers and now Margo is dead. The council then lets them go.
While the council discusses their vote on Negan's fate, Nora opposes to Negan being spared after explaining her own motives. Daryl arrives and says he believes Lydia, which ties the vote. Gabriel announces he'll take the night to make his decision by tomorrow.
Nora attends the funeral service for Siddiq and listens to Gabriel's religious remarks. Standing next to Laura, she silently pays her respects and then leaves the ceremony.
Following Beta's attack on Alexandria that left several Alexandrians dead, Nora has not been seen or mentioned since, leaving her fate unknown.
This list shows the victims Nora has killed:
- Possibly numerous counts of zombies
Nora and Michonne have a good relationship. Michonne trusts Nora's judgement as a council member for Alexandria.
Even though they aren't seen interacting it is assumed they have a good relationship. They are both members on the Alexandria council, so they respect each other's judgement and Nora attends his funeral, most likely she is saddened by his death.
|✔||Appears||✔||Voice is heard|
|👁||Appears with no lines||✔||Appears in a flashback|
|✔||Appears as a walker||🖼||Appears in a photograph/video|
|✔||Appears as a corpse||✔||Appears in a hallucination/dream|
|Language||Dubber||Other Characters Voiced|
|Portuguese||Unknown ("The Obliged")
Bia Dellamonica ("Guardians")
|Spanish (Latin America)||Mariela Álvarez||N/A|