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Ivy
Libby
Data
Status

Deceased

Age

34

Relations

John Smith (lover)
Adam (son)

Appearances
Season(s)

2

First seen

"There Was No Calm Before This Storm"

Last seen

"The Second Coming (That Which We Have Wrought)"

Death

Strangled to death by Gareth ("You Want to End This Once and For All?")

Appeared in

7 episodes

Miscellaneous
Portrayed by

Megan Hilty

Eden Rising

Libby was a recurring character featured in the second season of Eden Rising. Libby was the poster girl for the Last Chance Society, who was partaking in a secret affair with the society's leader John Smith, that resulted in her giving birth to a child named Adam, and later left Libby an unfortunate victim in a twisted power struggle between John Smith and Father Warden.

HistoryEdit

Pre-seriesEdit

It is unknown how Libby stumbled upon the Last Chance Society, however it can be assumed that sometime before her introduction in the show, Libby and John Smith began an intimate secret affair.

Season 2Edit

Libby was introduced to newcomer Kelvin, acting as a friendly, robotic tour guide. She wore a huge poofy dress to cover up her pregnant belly. Later, she gives birth in secret and the entire birth is covered up. Libby is hidden away in the depths of the monastery, told to the public as being deathly ill, whilst the couple's baby is snuck out of the community by Gareth, and placed in the woods. The child is later "discovered" by John Smith while out on a hunting trip, and he adopts the child, naming him Adam.

As one of the community's poster girls, she was always one of the first people to meet newcomers, as seen with Kelvin, and when Darla and Gwen arrive, they are given a friendly tour of the place by her. Libby was also a registered nurse, and took care of Leigh's dying father Ronnie. In his final moments, Libby suggested administering an injection that would soothe Ron to die painlessly. Not wanting to do it, Leigh stormed off and her boyfriend Tom did the job instead, allowing the old man to die in peace.

When Adam is apparently kidnapped while being babysat by Ivy, Libby goes to the monastery to pray. She found herself a victim of the power struggle between her lover John and Father Warden, as Warden manipulated Gareth to strangle and murder Libby in an act of desperation and his want and need to be accepted and redeemed. This was Father Warden's twisted way of redemption, by claiming the world they live in is purgatory and 'killing' people in purgatory meant freeing their souls to go to Heaven for eternity. Gareth quickly saw that Libby's murder was not a catalyst for his own redemption, but part of Warden's attempts at getting rid of supporters, and those close to, John Smith.

It was later revealed that Libby and Adam were intended "replacements" for the family John Smith lost, his infected wife Annie and infected infant son Adam, both of which are locked up in the monastery's basement. Smith however claimed that his relationships with Libby and their son Adam was "not the same" as his first wife and first child, hence why he kept their reanimated corpses in his basement even after trying to 'replace' them.

Libby's corpse was seen in the monastery later, however she did not reanimate on-screen. It can be assumed that whether or not Libby ever did reanimate, her infected body was later reduced to ashes in the bomb that took out the Last Chance Society's community hours later.

AppearancesEdit

Season Two appearances
Home Friendly Cards Turn and Back Again There Was No Calm Before This Storm Thank You for Coming to Cut-throat Creek (Please Don't Overstay Your Welcome) No Peace
Moccasin A Spy in the House of Love Wedding You Want to End This Once and For All? The Second Coming (That Which We Have Wrought)
Characters from Eden Rising
Bolio Family
Ash Ben Bolio
Glenley, Kentucky
Tom Snyder Darla Snyder Declan O'Day Kelvin Rivera Sidney Strauss Kate Kirby Trigger Javier Rivera Becky Fitzherbert Robert Annie Snyder
New Venice
Gwen Hayes Kitty Stiles Xander Drake Lori Kitka Christopher Joey Kitka
Ohio State Fairgrounds
Manila Shea PJ Shamp Gareth The General
Bonnie & Clyde
Bonnie Clyde
Il Alichino
Leigh Vega Ronald Weiss Mr. White
Tulsa International Airport
Rory Stiles Phoebe Denning Mal Stillman Regis Michael Griggs
Last Chance Society
Benedict Ivy Adam John Smith Father Warden Maude Libby Bray Chrissie
Eden
Victor Vanbrooke Dr. Banana Pancakes Ike Anton Olko Simon Boyle Séverine Bangalter Blair Easton Bryce Easton Matt Lucy Dr. Cross Ed MacPherson Chandra MacPherson Eddie Sebastian Zoe
The Serpent's Island
Tamsin Pillsbury The Serpent Santiago Otto Piper Harlow Finius Goldberg Noel
United Nations
Alicia Kinsey Wolf Angelo Sierra Papadakis Emily Astrange Vijay Dasari Emiko Kochi Kilian Duncan
Nico's Farm
Dwight Brash Winnie Reil Skeeter Maia DiGregorio Oliver Kim Roz Mulheron Nico Francesci Hiro Kim
London
Lucas LeBlanca Miriam Valdez Desdemona Braun Gio Durant Newt Quinlan Gallagher Tate Valdez Elijah Tanya Durant Ruby Durant
Catacombs
Kelly Amir Ugis
Miscellaneous
Princess Elektra Floros Dawn Brash Gillian Shamp Jessie Rosalie
Dead and zombie characters appear in italics. Characters whose status is unknown appear in bold.

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