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CW's: The 100

Post by Hazza on Thu Jun 01, 2017 6:03 pm

"When nuclear Armageddon destroys civilization on Earth, the only survivors are those on the 12 international space stations in orbit at the time. Three generations later, the 4,000 survivors living on a space ark of linked stations see their resources dwindle and face draconian measures established to ensure humanity's future. Desperately looking for a solution, the ark's leaders send 100 juvenile prisoners back to the planet to test its habitability. Having always lived in space, the exiles find the planet fascinating and terrifying, but with the fate of the human race in their hands, they must forge a path into the unknown."

Network: The CW
Time: Wednesday, 9 PM EST
Seasons: 1-4 

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The following post includes spoilers. Continue at your own risk.


Season 1: 13 episodes

Episode 1- Pilot
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Set in an indeterminate year in the distant future, 97 years after a nuclear apocalypse has devastated the surface of Earth, the only remaining humans are residents of an orbiting space stations known as "The Ark". Equipped with vital-monitoring wristbands and instructions to proceed directly to Mount Weather, upon landing, 100 juvenile delinquents are sent to the surface to test its habitability. Among them is 17-year-old Clarke Griffin (Eliza Taylor), the daughter of The Ark's chief medical officer, Dr. Abby (Paige Turco). The 100 discover a lush Earth filled with new wonders and dangers. Clarke and four others search for the former Mount Weather Emergency Operations Center, a possible site of supplies. Ultimately, they discover that there are hostile survivors on the ground when Jasper, one of their party, is speared. The other delinquents remain at the landing site and, under the leadership of Bellamy (Bob Morley), celebrate their new world. Back on The Ark, Chancellor Jaha (Isaiah Washington) has been shot, causing the merciless and unsympathetic Councilman Kane (Henry Ian Cusick) to take charge.


Episode 2- Earth Skills
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Chancellor Jaha recovers and learns of his son Wells' supposed fate on the ground. Abby recruits Raven, a zero-gravity mechanic, to fix a drop pod to send herself to the ground. Meanwhile on Earth, Clarke, Wells, Murphy, and Bellamy set out to rescue Jasper, who was taken by the grounders after being attacked. They find Jasper tied to a tree and manage to return to camp with him, in addition to a panther they killed prior his rescue. Bellamy forces the 100 to trade their wristbands for food. Clarke manages to keep hers. As the Ark watches more wristbands going offline believing they are dying, a figure watches the 100 from above the camp.


Episode 3- Earth Kills
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In flashbacks, Clarke's engineer father Jake discovers a life support problem with The Ark, and is arrested for threatening to tell the people and "floated" by Jaha. In the present, Clarke, Finn, and Wells search for antibiotic seaweed to treat Jasper's wounds. Bellamy assembles a hunting group who are followed by Charlotte, a troubled 13-year-old. A lethal acidic fog hits, forcing Clarke, Finn, and Wells to seek shelter. The three talk, and Clarke berates Wells for his apparent part in her father's execution believing he told his father of Clarke's father's intent to commit treason. Bellamy and Charlotte take refuge from the fog; he comforts her when she has a nightmare. Clarke discovers her mother's culpability in her father's death, learning that she actually told the Jaha, knowing he would be floated. Clarke and Wells reconcile. Later, Charlotte's misinterpretation of Bellamy's advice leads her to kill Wells.


Episode 4- Murphy's Law
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Monty attempts to use the wristbands to contact The Ark. Octavia and Jasper discover Murphy's knife outside the wall with two fingers, which are Wells'. Clarke publicly accuses Murphy, inciting a mob that begins hanging him. Overwhelmed, Charlotte confesses and Murphy is cut down. Charlotte flees camp with Clarke and Finn, and they take refuge in a bunker, pursued by a revenge-seeking Murphy. Feeling guilty, Charlotte attempts to turn herself in, but Bellamy intercepts her. The whole group ends up at a dead-end cliff where Charlotte jumps off and commits suicide, and Bellamy banishes Murphy. Monty accidentally fries all of the wristbands. Finn runs to the bunker in frustration, Clarke follows, and they have sex. On The Ark, Abby and Raven go to great lengths to acquire a pressure regulator, but Kane finds out and has Abby arrested. Raven launches off The Ark alone and prepares to enter the atmosphere.


Episode 5- Twilight's Last Gleaming
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Raven, unconscious, has made it to the ground. Bellamy reaches her pod first and throws away her radio. Clarke and Finn follow, and help Raven, who is revealed to be Finn's girlfriend, leaving Clarke devastated. They catch up with Bellamy and tell him of the 300 people to be culled from The Ark to preserve oxygen. He helps locate the radio, but it cannot be repaired in time, so they devise a plan to fire "flare" rockets that The Ark will see, confirming that Earth is survivable. On The Ark, the approved plan calls for sealing off and deoxygenating Section 17. A desperate Abby reveals her husbands discovery to The Ark, causing some residents to volunteer for the culling. After the culling, Abby, imprisoned, and Jaha watch in surprise as the "flare" rockets appear in the viewport above Abby's cell. Meanwhile, Octavia is captured by a grounder.


Episode 6- His Sister's Keeper
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In flashbacks, Bellamy witnesses Octavia's birth; he names her after Augustus' sister Octavia the Younger. Due to The Ark's one child rule, Octavia is forced to live beneath the floor of her family's quarters. To ensure her daughter's safety, her mother resorts to prostitution in order to gain notice of guard's inspections. When Octavia is 16, Bellamy takes her to a masked ball for Unity Day; she is caught, and their mother is executed. A year later, Commander Shumway convinces Bellamy to assassinate Jaha, in exchange for a place on the dropship with his sister. In the present, Bellamy combs the camp looking for Octavia, to no avail. He assembles a search party, and they leave for the woods. Meanwhile, Clarke and Raven travel to Finn's bunker in hopes of finding a radio transmitter with which to contact The Ark, and Raven discovers Finn's involvement with Clarke. Bellamy, Finn, and Jasper rescue Octavia, and Finn is stabbed in the process.


Episode 7- Contents Under Pressure
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In the midst of a hurricane on the ground, Finn is near death from a poisoned stab wound. Bellamy, having captured the grounder who stabbed Finn, tortures him for the antidote but he doesn't speak. Raven successfully connects with The Ark; Abby assists Clarke with treating Finn. Octavia convinces the grounder to reveal the antidote by poisoning herself with the same blade. On The Ark, Abby is released but is removed from the Council. Replacing her is the former chancellor, Diana Sydney, whose intentions are questionable. After learning that Earth is habitable, The Ark begins preparations for Project Exodus: their re-colonization of Earth. However, their drop ships can only carry about 25% of The Ark's population. In addition, residual tension from the culling causes mistrust in the Council.


Episode 8- Day Trip
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Video connection is established with The Ark. The Ark informs the 100 of a nearby underground depot that may serve as a winter home. Bellamy and Clarke investigate, and discover a stockpile of weapons and supplies. Dax, whom Commander Shumway is coercing to kill Bellamy, follows them. Octavia takes advantage of the camp's suffering from the effects of an hallucinogenic nuts gathered as rations and frees the grounder, whose name is Lincoln. Bellamy, also hallucinating, is wracked with guilt for the culling and almost killed by Dax. Now, coming to terms with his actions, he speaks to Jaha and is pardoned in exchange for information about the assassination attempt. This leads to the arrest and imprisonment of Shumway. He is visited by Diana Sydney, and it is revealed that Jaha's assassination was her idea. Diana then has Shumway killed in his cell.


Episode 9- Unity Day
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"Unity Day" arrives, when the joining of the orbiting space stations is celebrated. As the 100 celebrate, they find their video link interrupted when a bomb explodes during the ceremony on The Ark. Diana engineers a mutiny in order to hijack the first dropship. As the ship launches, it is not fully disconnected from The Ark's main systems, causing an Ark-wide power outage and disabling every dropship. On the ground, in an effort to initiate peace, Finn arranges a meeting with the local grounder leader through Lincoln. Clarke represents the group and goes to the meeting, where she meets Anya, a grounder leader. Jasper, who along with Bellamy is monitoring the meeting from cover, believes he sees the grounder spotters in the trees about to shoot, he opens fire, and the meeting dissolves into battle. That night, Clarke and Bellamy see the dropship descending. It comes in too fast with no parachute, and violently crashes in the distance.


Episode 10- I Am Become Death
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Murphy returns to the dropship after being captured and tortured by the grounders for information about the group. Soon, a deadly virus spreads thanks to Murphy, who was used by the grounders as an agent of biological warfare. Bellamy, Raven and Clarke all contract the disease. Octavia learns from Lincoln that this is his people's way of softening the battlefield. To delay the incoming attack, Raven builds a bomb to stop the grounders from crossing the bridge featured in the previous episode. Bellamy tasks Jasper with detonating the bomb, and he does so just as the raiding party reaches the bridge. Later, Murphy smothers Connor as revenge for his part in Murphy's hanging. Raven breaks up with Finn.


Episode 11- The Calm
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After a fire destroys most of the food supply, the group sends out hunting parties to restock. Clarke, Finn, and Myles go out together, but Clarke and Finn are captured and brought to the grounder camp. Anya instructs Clarke to save Tris, her second, a young girl who was injured in the bomb blast. Clarke tries to save her but is unsuccessful. In revenge, Finn is taken away to be executed. Clarke escapes by killing her guard and runs. Bellamy, Raven, Octavia, and Monty search for the missing party and find Myles, hurt in the woods. Monty mysteriously disappears after hearing a strange signal on their hand radios. Kane awakens on a devastated Ark. He searches for survivors and realizes Jaha is alive in the Earth Monitoring Station and trying to bring systems online. With over half The Ark's populace likely dead, they discover that there are survivors in an access bay to the exodus ship. Kane braves the extreme heat in a maintenance tunnel to reach the survivors—including Abby.


Episode 12- We Are Grounders - Part I
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Clarke is recaptured by Anya, and they encounter a grounder named Tristan, who assumes command. Clarke is saved by Lincoln and taken to a very much alive Finn. Lincoln leads the two through a network of tunnels occupied by the reapers, cannibalistic humanoids the grounders themselves are afraid of. Back at the dropship, Murphy has taken Jasper hostage. Bellamy trades himself for Jasper. While Raven attempts to open the dropship door, Murphy prepares to hang Bellamy. She's successful as Bellamy is dangling, and Murphy retreats to the upper level. Murphy shoots his gun aimlessly at the floor and accidentally shoots Raven. Murphy blows a hole in the ship with gunpowder and escapes with a radio. A returned Clarke convinces the group to flee the camp for the ocean where they'll be safe. On The Ark, with the dropships no longer functional, Jaha realizes the only way to save the rest of the citizens is by bringing The Ark and its people to the ground.


Episode 13- We Are Grounders - Part II
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The 100 are ambushed by grounder scouts and forced to retreat to camp. Meanwhile, the remaining citizens of The Ark prepare to return to Earth. After a technical failure to jettison requires manual intervention, Jaha remains on The Ark. The Mecha Station, with Abby and Kane, makes it to the ground. Back at the dropship, Tristan leads the grounders' attack. The 100 mount their defense. Octavia is injured and leaves with Lincoln. Most of the 100 retreat into the dropship; Anya leaps in after them. As previously planned, Jasper manages to activate its rockets, and the massive fireball kills all 300 of the grounders, and apparently Finn and Bellamy. When the 100 emerge from the dropship, gas grenades drop at their feet, and they all pass out. Clarke wakes up in a white room. Through the window in her door she sees Monty locked in an identical room across the hallway. A sign next to his door reads "Mount Weather Quarantine Ward".


Season 2: 16


Episode 1- The 48
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Finding Monty gone from his cell, Clarke breaks out and discovers she is trapped in an underground complex inside Mount Weather. She discovers an entire population of humans has survived but is unable to go outside because they have never built up the resistance to radiation that the grounders and the 100 have from space and adaptation. After meeting their President Dante Wallace, she is invited to stay along with the 47 surviving teenagers out of the original 100 that landed on Earth. Distrusting him, she makes a break for freedom but is stopped by Jasper. Clarke secretly plots an escape. Meanwhile, grounders capture Finn and Bellamy, before Abby, Kane, and the rest of The Ark's survivors find them and free them. After heading to the crash site, they discover an injured Raven and Murphy. Bellamy attacks Murphy, and Kane arrests him. The group returns to the newly established Camp Jaha. Separated from everyone else, Lincoln tries to save a poisoned Octavia, but with no antidote, he is forced to take her to his village, knowing it will mean certain death if he is caught.


Episode 2- Inclement Weather
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Chancellor Jaha discovers a baby left on The Ark and plans to take him to Earth. While a suspicious Clarke confronts Dante, Octavia is healed by Nyko, a friend of Lincoln's. Octavia holds Nyko hostage and leverages him to Indra, the village leader, in order to get Lincoln back. Abby performs surgery on Raven to remove the bullet from her spine without any anaesthesia. Jaha learns that the baby is an hallucination of his son, who convinces him to continue living his life; he crash lands a missile to Earth. During the prisoner exchange, Octavia is attacked by the reapers, who capture Lincoln. Clarke learns that Anya — the leader of the grounders — is being held in Mount Weather with other prisoners being forced to supply blood to heal the mountain residents.


Episode 3- Reapercussions
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Clarke and Anya escape Mount Weather into the reaper tunnels. Abby is punished for supplying guns to Finn, Bellamy and the others leave Camp Jaha to search for their friends. Octavia joins Indra's hunting party in order to follow the reapers and retrieve Lincoln, but he is not among the grounders they intercept. In Mount Weather, Jasper and Monty worry about Clarke's whereabouts. Kane goes after Finn, Bellamy, and the others, and appoints Abby chancellor in his absence. Clarke and Anya risk their lives to escape the tunnels; Anya takes Clarke hostage. Lincoln is shown to be in Mount Weather, and it is revealed that the reapers work with the mountain men, bringing prisoners to Mount Weather and being fed with dead grounders.


Episode 4- Many Happy Returns
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Chancellor Jaha is found in a desert and rescued by a boy named Zoran, living with his parents who left their people in search of a place called the "City of Light". Searching for their friends, Finn, Bellamy, and the others find a survivor from The Ark — Mel — who is saved by Bellamy after Sterling dies while trying to rescue her. While Clarke and Anya are on the run from mountain men who follow them, Raven starts working in the camp again alongside Wick, who has made her a brace for her leg. Octavia finally reunites with Bellamy and the others. Chancellor Jaha is forced to leave Zoran and his parents when Zoran's father trades him for a horse. On their way out of the woods, Clarke and Anya arrive at Camp Jaha. Ark soldiers shoot and kill Anya and knock out Clarke, after mistaking her for a hostile grounder.


Episode 5- Human Trials
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Clarke is brought into Camp Jaha, and after receiving medical attention from Abby is reunited with Bellamy, Octavia, and Raven. They go after Finn and Murphy. Kane is hoping to find peace with the grounders but instead is imprisoned at the grounder camp, where he discovers Jaha is also a prisoner. Meanwhile, Lincoln is being held at Mount Weather where he is the subject of experimentation involving a red drug that turns grounders into reapers. Jasper takes extreme measures to save Maya from radiation exposure by allowing a blood transfusion conducted by Dr. Tsing. After Maya's successful treatment, Dr. Tsing and Cage – Dante's son and Lincoln's torturer – ask President Wallace for permission to move forward with trials on the 47. He refuses. Elsewhere, Finn holds an entire grounder village hostage while searching for Clarke. Clarke, Bellamy, and Octavia arrive in time to see Finn gun down 18 grounders.


Episode 6- Fog of War
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Two days after the massacre, Raven discovers that Mount Weather has jammed communications. Leaving camp to investigate, Bellamy and Octavia discover that Lincoln has become a reaper. Clarke still hasn't spoken to Finn. Raven manages to listen in on Mount Weather's radio broadcasts and discovers the previously encountered acid fog is a weapon of the mountain. In Mount Weather, Wallace wants Jasper to find volunteers to provide blood for the mountain residents, but he is unsuccessful. Maya discovers the radiation leak she was caught in was no accident and confides in Jasper about the mountain's caged grounders. In captivity, Jaha and Kane are told that one of them must kill the other to gain an audience with the Commander. Kane attempts to take his own life rather than kill Jaha, but a grounder witness, Lexa, reveals herself to be the Commander and says that she believes their wish for peace is sincere. She sends Jaha to Camp Jaha with a message; leave within two days, or die.


Episode 7- Long Into an Abyss
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With the grounders' deadline imminent, Abby and Jaha disagree over what the survivors are to do; Jaha wishes to evacuate to the so called "City of Light", while Abby wants to remain behind to rescue the 47. Clarke, Octavia, and Bellamy hold the reaper-state Lincoln in the dropship, and learn he was drugged and experimented on. Lincoln's heart stops but is restarted by Clarke, who believes there is a way to cure reapers – information they can leverage to the grounders. When Abby is successful in curing Lincoln, Lexa grants Clarke the truce but demands Finn's execution for the massacre before it can begin. In Mount Weather, Jasper, Monty, Miller, and Harper discover that there are Ark survivors on the ground. Dr. Tsing learns that for the mountain residents to live on the surface, they would have to kill the 47 for their bone marrow. Though Wallace vetoes the plan, his son Cage goes behind his back and begins the process with Harper.


Episode 8- Spacewalker
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Clarke returns to camp with knowledge of the only way the grounders will accept a truce. Opinions are divided when Clarke reveals the grounders will cease their attack if they are given Finn. Flashbacks to The Ark reveal that Finn was imprisoned because he took the fall for Raven's illegal spacewalking. At Camp Jaha, Abby and a returned Kane think they can bargain with the grounders by offering to put Finn on trial, but such plans are for naught, as Finn ultimately turns himself in. In a last-ditch effort to save Finn, Clarke goes to meet with Lexa. When Lexa refuses clemency Clarke asks to say goodbye. She approaches Finn, kisses him, and tells him that she loves him while stabbing him in the heart, saving him the brutal execution of grounder custom.


Episode 9- Remember Me
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Clarke and a group from The Ark accompany Finn's body to a grounder camp to complete their agreement for a truce. Clarke is haunted by visions of Finn. Bellamy tries to convince Clarke to let him go to Mount Weather as a inside man; she refuses. At the village, Finn's corpse is burned along with those of the massacre victims. Kane gifts Lexa a bottle of liquor, which when tested appears poisoned, leading to the belief it was an assassination attempt by the Sky People. The grounders accuse and prepare to execute Raven, but Clarke and Bellamy pinpoint Gustus, Lexa's right hand, as the true culprit. Later, Clarke changes her mind and sends Bellamy, along with Lincoln, to infiltrate Mount Weather.


Episode 10- Survival of the Fittest
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Clarke and Lexa encounter a gigantic mutated gorilla after one of the grounder council members drives Clarke into the forest with the intent to kill her. They escape it but become temporarily trapped in its cage, and Lexa is injured. Clarke figures out a way to escape and has an idea about freeing the grounders inside Mount Weather to act as an insider army. Bellamy and Lincoln plan their infiltration of Mount Weather en route to the reaper tunnels, but upon arrival Lincoln is overcome by his addiction, leaving Bellamy to a questionable fate. Murphy helps Jaha confront his past, while Jaha persuades Murphy that the Sky People have nothing to offer him that his best option is to search for the mystical 'City of Light'. After witnessing Octavia's determination and unwavering spirit to fight, Indra offers to make Octavia her second in command, but Kane warns Octavia that once the war ends it is likely that the grounders and Sky People will end up breaking their alliance.


Episode 11- Coup de Grace
Spoiler:
Bellamy is caged in Mount Weather along with numerous grounders. Jasper's search for Monty and Harper remains fruitless, so he confronts the President about their disappearance. Cage sends snipers to assassinate Clarke and Lexa; they are intercepted, and one is captured for questioning. Maya discovers Bellamy being harvested for blood and saves him; he makes contact with Clarke. President Wallace and Jasper discover Dr. Tsing's illegal experiments on Harper and Monty. Cage replaces his father as President by force and orders a lockdown for the surviving 47 teens. Realizing she has to draw attention to the outside for Bellamy's sake, Clarke sends Emerson, their captive, back to Mount Weather with a message boasting that the army that is coming for them.


Episode 12- Rubicon
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An unmasked Cage rescues Emerson on the surface, revealing the success of the bone marrow experiments. In the dormitory, Jasper tells the others of Bellamy's presence. Meanwhile, Jaha, Murphy, and his group encounter a strange woman, named Emori, who offers to serve as guide to the City of Light... but she is not all that she appears to be. In Mount Weather, Bellamy seeks a way to help his friends. When Bellamy makes radio contact, Clarke and Raven overhear Cage's plan to bomb the planned peace conference in Tondc. Clarke races to the village, where she explains the danger to Lexa. Lexa convinces Clarke that an evacuation would expose Bellamy's presence in the mountain; the two secretly escape. As they leave, Clarke sees her mother arrive in the village and returns to try to rescue Abby as the missile hits the village.


Episode 13- Resurrection 
Spoiler:
Clarke and Abby survive the missile strike on Tondc, but Abby is horrified to realize that Clarke knew it was coming and did not evacuate the village. She goes back to help survivors, while Lexa and Clarke set off to find and kill the spotter who called in the strike and is still shooting. Lincoln saves Indra's life, while Octavia leads the other seconds in an effort to dig out survivors. Abby finds Kane pinned below rubble and struggles to free him, while they wonder whether they deserve to survive at all. Clarke finds and kills the spotter with Lincoln's help, and realizes that the spotter's lack of a hazmat suit means the mountain men have started harvesting her friends. Inside Mount Weather, Jasper and the others fight back and find refuge with those in Mount Weather who do not agree with Cage.


Episode 14- Bodyguard of Lies
Spoiler:
Octavia has figured out that Clarke and Lexa knew about the missile, and Lexa decides she needs to be killed to protect that secret. Clarke prevents this and angrily confronts Lexa, who reveals that she has feelings for Clarke. Bellamy, Raven, and Wick find a way to disable the acid fog. Raven and Wick have celebratory sex, but Bellamy discovers that the fog's still active and that his radio contact has been cut off while the army is marching on Mount Weather. Clarke inspires Lexa to not treat love as weakness, and that there is more to life than just surviving. Lexa kisses Clarke, but she is not ready for another relationship so soon. Raven signals the fog is disabled; Clarke and Lexa lead their army to the mountain. The mountain men prepare to deploy the acid fog, but Bellamy manages to elude a security team and destroy the system in an explosion just in time. Elsewhere, Jaha and Murphy encounter a perilous minefield roadblock as they continue their search for the City of Light. After traversing the minefield, at a cost of their remaining group, they reach a lake where Emori, the scavenger and looter they encountered earlier, is there with her gang and offers them a boat to transport them to their destination.


Episode 15- Blood Must Have Blood, Part One
Spoiler:
Bellamy is letting the grounders imprisoned inside Mount Weather out of their cages as Cage starts to raid the complex for the 47. Some of them are temporarily captured but freed again by Bellamy, Jasper, and Maya, who bring them to the harvest chamber. Soldiers soon raid the harvest chamber too, taking the 47 prisoner once again. Meanwhile, Cage visits his father, desperately hoping he will tell him a way to stop the incoming attack. Raven and Wick destroy the mountain's generators, and the lock on Mount Weather's door is disabled. When they pull the door open however, Lexa commands her people to stand down – she has made a deal with Emerson, her people will be freed if the grounder army retreats leaving the Sky People left for dead. It is later learned that this was Dante's suggestion. When the grounders retreat, almost all the Sky People accept defeat and soon leave too, leaving behind only Clarke at the front door and Octavia in the tunnels.


Episode 16- Blood Must Have Blood, Part Two
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Clarke joins Octavia in the tunnels and is let into Mount Weather by Bellamy. With the 47 waiting for bone marrow extraction, Clarke and Bellamy take Dante hostage. When Cage still refuses to stop, Clarke shoots his father, which leads Cage to begin bone marrow extraction on Abby. Seeing no other option, Clarke has Monty hack into Mount Weather's air filtration system, and she and Bellamy irradiate the mountain, eradicating the population, including Maya. Cage escapes but comes upon Lincoln, who injects Cage with the reaper drug, killing him, leaving Emerson, who also escaped, as the last Mountain Man. Everyone returns to Camp Jaha, but Clarke, wracked with guilt, leaves. Meanwhile, Jaha and Murphy arrive at an island where they separate. Murphy finds a lighthouse inside of which he watches a recording of the previous occupant who says she "got the launch codes", before shooting himself. Jaha finds a well kept mansion, surrounded by drones, where he meets an A.I., named "A.L.I.E.", in the form of an attractive dark-haired woman wearing a red dress, who thanks him for his "gift": the nuclear warhead from the missile he used to land on Earth.


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Post by Hazza on Thu Jun 01, 2017 6:33 pm

This post may include spoilers. Read at your own risk.


Characters

Clarke Griffin
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Portrayed by Eliza TaylorClarke Griffin[5] is the daughter of Dr. Abigail Griffin and Jake Griffin, and the leader of the 100. She was imprisoned as an accessory to the crimes of her father after attempting to inform their fellow sky people that the Ark was dying. Down on the ground, she tries to ensure the 100's survival by assisting in the acquisition of food and resources, and she also continuously serves as their main medic before her mother and the other medical staff join them on Earth. She is portrayed as relatively benevolent, but has been shown to act ruthlessly to fight or kill in order to protect her people if there are no other options, and she possesses natural leadership qualities. Clarke has become gradually hardened and matured by her experiences on Earth, namely the acts she has been forced to commit to survive. This has transformed her into a strong heroine in the series as she continues to struggle to reunify humankind by maintaining the peace between the arkers and the grounders. On February 28, 2015, show creator Jason Rothenberg confirmed that Clarke is bisexual; this makes her the first openly bisexual lead character on the CW network .[7]


Abby Griffin
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Portrayed by Paige Turco, Abigail "Abby" Griffin is Clarke's mother.[5] She is the chief medical officer of the Ark and the main proponent regarding the habitable status of Earth. Her husband was the chief engineer, Jake Griffin. She was a member of the Council led by Chancellor Jaha on the Ark before being stripped of her title, though she regained this position shortly afterward. Upon her arrival on Earth, Abby was Chancellor for a time when Marcus Kane gave her his pin. During this time she ruled autocratically, refusing to let Kane take over again on his return and betraying her former friend Jaha by putting him in prison. Only months later did she step down as leader. Abby becomes friends with Raven Reyes when she needs her mechanical expertise to try to get more information on what the 100 is dealing with on the ground. She begins to like the young engineer due to her reminding Abby of Clarke. Abby's relationship with her daughter became strained following Clarke's discovery of her mother's betrayal to her father which led to his execution. It only became more complicated once Abby and the rest of the arkers joined the 100 on Earth, as they were both the leaders of their respective groups of people. Clarke ultimately knew more about living on Earth and dealing with the grounders than Abby did. Abby continues to work as the resident doctor in the newly established sky people colony known as Arkadia and has supported Marcus Kane's campaign for peaceful cohabitation with the grounders, putting her at odds with the anti-grounder factions within their people.



Finn Collins
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Portrayed by Thomas McDonell, Finn Collins (seasons 1–2)[5] is a caring teenager who is always looking for fun and a peaceful solution. He is more interested in helping others than seeking vengeance. He was arrested for being a spacewalker and wasting the Ark's limited oxygen supply, but it was revealed that he was actually innocent and had taken the fall for Raven to ensure she didn't ruin her engineering career. Originally Clarke's love interest, Finn's relationship with Clarke starts collapsing when he is revealed to be Raven's boyfriend. His romances with both girls ultimately end, but Finn and Clarke still love each other, and Raven still loves Finn. In season two, his fear that Clarke has been killed by her captors in addition to the hardships he has endured cause him to become more unpredictable and violent. This is evidenced by his murder of eighteen unarmed grounders who he believed had taken Clarke hostage, and his willingness to leave several fellow arkers for dead in favor of continuing the search for her. As a result of his actions, the grounders demand retribution before they will agree to a truce between them and the sky people, leading Commander Lexa to sentence Finn to the death of a thousand cuts. However, he was mercifully killed by Clarke to prevent the grounders from slowly and painfully killing him, though he did appear one last time during Clarke's grief-induced hallucinations.



Wells Jaha
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Portrayed by Eli Goree, Wells Jaha (season 1; guest, season 2)[5] was Clarke's childhood best friend and the son of Thelonious Jaha, who was the Ark's Chancellor at the start of the series. He is despised by some of the 100 upon landing on the ground because of his father. He intentionally committed a crime when he found out about the imminent launch of the delinquents to Earth so as to join the group in the hope to protect Clarke, for whom he harbors feelings. Clarke believed he was the reason her father is dead, only to find out later that her mother was the one who betrayed her father, and Wells willingly took the blame to prevent Clarke from hating her. On the ground, he is hardworking and thoughtful, volunteering to dig graves and collect rainwater to aid their newly established colony. It was his expert knowledge of botany that made him a valuable ally to Clarke, as she was tasked as the 100's medic due to her previous experience as the daughter of a doctor and needed herbal medicines to treat the ill and injured members of their community. He was murdered by Charlotte in the third episode, who wanted retribution for his father's execution of her parents on the Ark. He appears once again in season two, when a hypoxic Thelonious hallucinates that Wells is alive and with him on the Ark, when everyone else has left for the surface.



Octavia Blake
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Portrayed by Marie Avgeropoulos (and by Olivia Steele Falconer as child) Octavia Blake[5] is Bellamy's younger sister – a rare relationship given the Ark's one-child rule. She was kept a secret by her family, living under the floor to avoid detection by authorities, but was eventually caught when Bellamy sneaked her out of her room to attend a masked ball. Once discovered, some of the detainees discriminate against her for being a second child and thus an outcast to the Ark's dystopian society. She is a fiercely independent girl who is constantly rebelling and getting attention from men, most notably the grounder Lincoln. However, just like Clarke, she is not exactly built for war so she is horrified at what she sees and experiences at first. In season two, she becomes more immersed in grounder culture and serves as Indra's second. Originally she felt hatred towards Clarke for being the daughter of someone in the same council who had her locked up. It is intensified when she discovers Clarke knew about the bombing of Tondc, did nothing about it, and allowed all those grounders to die after the events of Mt. Weather (even telling Indra that she won't leave behind Bellamy and her friends). She remains in her grounder gear, and berates Lincoln for wearing an Ark jacket and for being naive as she still holds a grudge towards them. Eventually, Lincoln is brutally killed in front of her by Pike, causing a rift between her and Bellamy, In season 4 she shows more signs of being bloodthirsty after killing an ambassador who questions Roan's leadership, this new violent attitude granted her the nickname "Skairippa", after refusing to kill Illian and getting close with him she decides to drop the act and take him home, she later accepts the fact that she's a killer and will fight the Grounder war for the bunker alongside Trikru, in which she's victorious after killing Luna, and becoming the acting commander of Trikru & Azgeda by telling them they will share the Bunker. She finally forgives Bellamy for Lincoln's death after he opened the bunker realizing that he would put his own life in danger just to save her & the Grounders, she later protects Nilyah and further solidified her role as commander by saying if Skaikru doesn't choose the 100 people to stay in the bunker then she will kill every Skaikru member, in the finale she officially becomes Heda of the new Grounder tribe consisting of Skaikru, Trikru & Azgeda regardless of her of her blood and what's in her head.



Bellamy Blake
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Portrayed by Bob Morley, Bellamy Blake is Octavia's brother.[5] He professes a strong determination to protect his sister, spanning from her birth. He often says 'my sister, my responsibility'. He was the leader of the 100, although often loses focus and control over the group, and uses militaristic approaches. He develops from an antagonistic character to an antihero, realizing the 100 matter to him and showing compassion towards enemies and fallen comrades.
He initially clashes with Clarke over their opposing approaches to their respective responsibilities over their people, but ultimately both he and Clarke develop a mutual respect and learn to compromise for each other's methods. He still feels guilty for getting Octavia caught, which led to her lockup and his mother's death.
In the third season, he aligns himself with the new Chancellor after a grounder clan bombed Mount Weather, killing 49 people, including his girlfriend. In the process he betrays Marcus Kane and put the whole of The Ark at risk of death. The bombing was made possible because Bellamy trusted Echo, the grounder who saved his life in the previous season, and listened to the false information she delivered. He helps to put in prison his sister's boyfriend Lincoln, which leads to Lincoln's execution. After Pike's election, Bellamy is one of the nine guards (along with Pike himself) that carry out the chancellor's orders to kill the 299 grounder warriors sent by Lexa.


Monty Green
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Portrayed by Christopher Larkin, Monty Green[5] is a smart and tech-savvy teenager who is a valuable asset to the teenagers on Earth due to his pharmaceutical and engineering knowledge. He and Jasper were arrested for making illegal substances. He is best friends with Jasper and is among the 48 held in Mount Weather, eventually escapes and reunites with his mother in season three. He tries to help Jasper recover from the traumatic events in Mt. Weather, although he blames Monty for the death of Maya, his love interest. He eventually becomes part of Chancellor Pike's cause after his friend Monroe is killed by the grounders. In the process he gets Marcus Kane put in prison and Lincoln killed. He eventually betrays his mother and Pike in "Stealing Fire" by helping Kane, Octavia, Harper, Miller and Sinclair escape by feeding members of the Ark Guard faulty intel and distracting them. In "Nevermore", Monty is forced to kill his mother—who had taken A.L.I.E.'s key—after she nearly kills Octavia. In "Red Sky At Morning", Monty has sex with Harper in Arkadia, and is forced to delete and essentially kill his mother for a second time by wiping her memory from the city of light, In season 4 he comes up with the idea of protecting his people by shielding Arkadia with a hydrogen generator and recruits Bellamy, Harper & Miller to gather it when they do they blow it up to rescue the slaves taken by the ice nation, there he learns that the Chief killed his father and instead of killing him himself he allowed the slaves vengeance by freeing them, After realizing Harper chose to stay behind in Arkadia he decides to stay with her until she changes her mind, she is eventually convinced and they search for more people to recruit.


Jasper Jordan
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Portrayed by Devon Bostick, Jasper Jordan is a goofy and geeky chemist. He is Monty's best friend. After his capture and subsequent rescue from grounders, he becomes traumatized by his near-death experience which he struggles to overcome. Early in the series, he has a crush on Octavia, even saving her life during an animal attack, but she offers her friendship in return instead. He was one of the delinquents' camp's gunners and is among the 48 held in Mount Weather, and becomes an acting leader of his surviving people in Clarke's and Bellamy's absences. Jasper later becomes romantically involved with a Mount Weather resident, Maya who was later killed. In grief, Jasper becomes an alcoholic and he is disgusted that his own people would steal from Mt. Weather after the war with its inhabitants as well as hating Clarke. Monty and Octavia struggle to help Jasper to cope with his loss, but although Jasper was briefly tempted by the city of light tablets, when he realised that they erased all good memories relating to painful topics, he refused to take one, even breaking Raven out of Camp Jaha and taking her to Clarke and other escapees for medical treatment to remove the chip. It is revealed that he has been chipped while on Luna's oil rig and turns on the 100 under ALIE's command. He is freed from her control once she's defeated. In Season 4, he attempts suicide only for Raven to tell him they only have six months to live. He eventually dies from an overdose.


Thelonious Jaha
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Portrayed by Isaiah Washington, Thelonious Jaha[5] is Wells' father and the former Chancellor of the Ark. Thelonious, along with Marcus, were best friends with Jake Griffin and his family. However, his and Marcus' friendship with the Griffins deteriorates after Jake's death and Clarke's subsequent arrest but he manages to maintain Abby's. He loses his power while on Earth as he clashes with Abby and Marcus over their views on the grounders in addition to the unconfirmed destination, the "City of Light". Along with Murphy, he leads a small group of his followers from Camp Jaha to find the city. Having discovered ALIE, the A.I. that controls the city of light, Jaha has become essentially the leader of ALIE's cult, manipulating others into joining the city of light to escape the pain of daily life, apparently unconcerned about the side-effects even when presented with clear evidence that the city of light erases even good memories to spare the users from psychological pain, such as Jaha having lost all memory of his son, he is soon freed from ALIE's control after her defeat, he becomes guilt ridden after he sees all the casualties in Polis due to him feeding everyone a chip, in season 4 he assists Clarke in being a leader for her people such as suggesting they find shelter in a lost bunker (only to discover it couldn't hold out radiation.) and telling everyone that if they want to survive the second nuclear explosion they must earn a lottery pick to ensure they will be on that list., he eventually comes to the realization the bunker was a decoy and the real one is in Azgeda so he decides to recruit Gaia on what she knows about the symbol on the token and eventually learns it's a key to open the bunker, he eventually finds it and successfully opens it.


Marcus Kane
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Portrayed by Henry Ian Cusick, Marcus Kane[5] is one of the Councillors on the Ark. When Thelonious Jaha was Chancellor, he was second-in-command. He, along with Thelonious Jaha, were friends with Jake Griffin and his family, but his friendship with them did not last after Jake's execution and Clarke's subsequent arrest. Though he initially supports population culls to extend life on the Ark, when Earth is shown to be survivable, he is guilt-stricken and works for everyone to survive in hopes of making amends of his past misdeeds. This, in addition to his mother's influence and death, affect his later actions of seeking peaceful and compromising solutions when governing his people after arriving on Earth; in the process he gains allies who respect his new approaches, rebuilds his friendship with Jake's wife Abby Griffin, and earns the grounders commander Lexa's trust. He initially sides with Thelonious Jaha, but with the former Chancellor now appearing delusional, ruthless and possibly insane, Kane aligns himself with Abby, who becomes Jaha's successor.


Raven Reyes
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Portrayed by Lindsey Morgan, Raven Reyes (Recurring|Recurring, season 1; regular, season 2–) is an ambitious zero-gravity mechanic when on board the Ark who isn't afraid of anyone or anything. She later collaborates with Abby Griffin in her escape from the Ark and launches herself in a pod to Earth, and occasionally advises Abby in the fields in electronics and mechanical engineering after she becomes chancellor on Earth. Brave and intelligent, Raven leads the camp in setting up communications and making bombs. She was childhood friends with Finn and was in a relationship with him until he fell in love with Clarke. It is revealed in season two, that Finn took the blame for Raven's crime because she was already over 18 and would be floated. She was the first zero G mech student under the age of 18 in 52 years. In season 3, with Abby's help, Raven begins recovering from the injuries she sustained from last season. She joins Jaha's cause after reluctantly taking a tablet given to her by him, she does begin to fight the side effects after Jasper reminds her about Finn. She is soon saved by Clarke and freed of ALIE's control, In Season 4 she bonds with Luna for her loss and convinces her to help save everyone on earth, she also forgives Murphy for shooting her in the spine, later on it is revealed while taking the chip she is able to use 90% of her brain but caught a tumor that will leave to her having a stroke that might lead to death, she brushes it off and continues working, she later hallucinates Becca who tempts her with the chance to spacewalk leaving her to stay behind, A Sinclair hallucination appears to tell her to continue living which gives her the motavition to fight off Becca by restarting her heart, afterwards Clarke rescues her and request she fly them to The Ark in which she agrees to do.


Lincoln
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Portrayed by Ricky Whittle, Lincoln (recurring, season 1; regular, season 2–3) is a grounder who rescues Octavia. The pair develop romantic feelings, and Lincoln helps the 100 multiple times, causing him to be viewed as a traitor to his people. He later is drugged to become a reaper, but with Clarke's and Abby's assistance, withdraws from the drug. Having been viewed as a traitor by some of his people, Lincoln resides in Camp Jaha with Octavia. He is put in prison by Pike with the help of Bellamy and shot by Pike after surrendering to save his fellow grounders from execution.


John Murphy
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Portrayed by Richard Harmon, John Murphy (Recurring|Recurring, season 1–2; regular, season 3) starts out as one of Bellamy's men and is generally disliked by the group due to his reputation of being a troublemaker and career criminal, making him one of the few members to actually have committed felonies and not petty misdemeanors. After being wrongfully accused by Clarke and nearly lynched, he tries to kill Charlotte. As a result of her death, he is banished from the camp. He later returns, surviving being tortured by the grounders. He seems to have forgiven the 100, but he kills two and attempts to hang Bellamy and successfully shoots Raven in the spine. In season two, he helps the 100 as they search for their lost members, even saving Bellamy's life when he could have let him drop. As he is still disliked in Camp Jaha, he accompanies Thelonious to find the city of light. He eventually finds a lighthouse where he is trapped by Jaha and ALIE after watching something that horrifies him. He later leaves the Island after not wanting to be a part of Jaha's insane missions, and gets a boat ride from Emori. After Emori transports him and Jaha across the sea, he refuses to take the key and flees with Emori. They start robbing people in the Commander's Forrest and he is eventually captured by grounder warriors and brought to Polis after one of the captors discovers a chip in his pocket which has the "Sacred Symbol of the Commander" which is an infinity symbol. He is tortured for information by Titus and eventually tells him what he knows. Later on Titus tries to murder him and frame Clarke but accidentally shoots and kills Lexa. After she dies he witnesses Titus remove the chip. After Titus gives Clarke the chip and commits suicide, Ontari makes him the new "Flamekeeper" since he is the only other person to have witnessed it being removed from another person. Ontari takes a liking to him and wants him to sleep with her; if he refuses, she will kill him. He later reunites with Emori who is under ALIE's control, and ALIE implies to her that Ontari's had sex with him. After the City of Light is destroyed and ALIE's control over everyone dissolves, Murphy stays behind with Emori. When he finds out there's a nuclear disaster coming which will wipe out everyone on earth, he and Emori decide to side with Clarke, who has a plan that might save a 100 people. Murphy ends up helping Raven with another plan, and he is confronted with what he's put her through after he shot her. When Raven opts to stay behind, he has a rare emotional moment and shares a tearful goodbye with her.


King Roan
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Portrayed by Zach McGowan, King Roan (Recurring|Recurring season 3; regular season 4): An ice nation fugitive who is tempted by Lexa to kidnap Clarke. He is the son of Queen Nia, he later becomes King of the ice nation after Lexa kills Nia for attempting to overtake her. He supports Ontari as the new Commander and attempts to track down Clarke who has escaped with the Flame. Roan and Clake instead form an alliance to give Ontari the Flame to help shut down ALIE but the plan fails and Roan is shot by Kane, he is rescued when Clarke & Abby take the bullet out of his chest, Echo tries to tempt him to kill Clarke for her crimes as well as secure his position as ruler of the 13 clans, Clarke however gives him ALIE 2 in hopes that he will let her & her people live to save the planet from the nuclear explosion in 6 months which he accepts, later on he learns that Skaikru seems to be protecting themselves and thus ending the alliance, Clarke does convince Roan to share Arkadia until it explodes, He is drowned to death by Luna.


Other Characters:

The 100
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  • Jarod Joseph as Nathan Miller (season 1–): One of the 100. He was among the surviving 47 held in Mount Weather in season two. While in Mount Weather, it is revealed that Miller was arrested on the Ark for thievery. He is able to escape Mount Weather and is reunited with his father at the end of season two, who was the head security guard on the Ark. In the first episode of season three, Miller is reacquainted with Bryan, his boyfriend. He becomes a member of Arkadia's Guard but secretly sided with Kane alongside Harper as they tried to overthrow Chancellor Pike. He is one of the few Skaikru members who didn't take A.L.I.E.'s chip to join the city of light, and survives the battle in Polis in the season's finale.

  • Chelsey Reist as Harper McIntyre (season 1–): One of the 100. She had a crush on Jasper at the beginning of season one, although it ended up going nowhere. She is among the 47 held in Mount Weather in season two, and was the first delinquent to have her bone marrow forcibly extracted from her. She and Monty are the only delinquents who survived having their bone marrow extracted. After escaping and returning to Arkadia, she joins Arkadia's Guard and secretly sides with Kane alongside Miller as they tried to overthrow Chancellor Pike. She is one of the few members of Skaikru who didn't take A.L.I.E.'s chip to join the city of light. She sleeps with Monty in season three, and is saved by him in the season finale when a chipped Jasper knocks her unconscious and takes her hostage in Arkadia, In season 4 after feeling she sacrificed one of her own for her own survival she decides stay behind with Jasper & Monty, she eventually comes to her senses and goes with Monty to recruit as many people to join them in the bunker.

  • Katie Stuart as Zoe Monroe (seasons 1–3): One of the 100 who suffocated to death in a grounder village after escaping a fire in season three.

  • Keenan Tracey as Sterling (seasons 1–2): One of the 100. He fell to his death trying to rescue his friend Mel, who was the sole survivor when her section of the Ark crash-landed.

  • Genevieve Buechner as Fox (seasons 1–2): One of the 100. She is among the 47 held in Mount Weather. She was nearly killed for her bone marrow in Mount Weather, but Bellamy saves her. She is killed shortly after anyway for her bone marrow.

  • Rhys Ward as Atom (season 1): One of the 100 who was an adviser to Bellamy and became romantically involved with Octavia. He was severely burned by the acid fog and Clarke killed him out of mercy.

  • Izabela Vidovic as Charlotte (season 1): One of the youngest members of the 100, who was arrested for attacking a guard. She has recurring nightmares about Chancellor Jaha executing her parents. She attempts to stifle the nightmares by killing his son Wells, but later breaks down and confesses before jumping off a cliff to her death because she couldn't face her guilt, and despite murdering her best friend, Clarke chose to protect Charlotte from the more aggressive members of the group who wish to kill to her, and banished Murphy because of her death.

  • Brendan Meyer as Myles (season 1): One of the 100, who was killed by John Murphy.

  • Josh Ssettuba as Connor (season 1): One of the 100, who was killed by John Murphy.




The Ark/Arkadia/Skaikru
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  • Sachin Sahel as Doctor Eric Jackson (season 1–): Abby's helper and confidant. In season 3, he is taken over by ALIE. He is freed from ALIE's control once Clarke defeated ALIE.

  • Alessandro Juliani as Sinclair (seasons 1–3): Sinclair, a technician, was a father figure and mentor to Raven. He was later killed in season 3 by Emerson.

  • Steve Talley as Kyle Wick (seasons 1–2): An engineer who was a coworker of Raven back on the ark. They later engage in a relationship. He also became friends with Marcus Kane after he saved him. It is mentioned in Season 3 that he and Raven have broken up.

  • Chris Browning as Jake Griffin (season 1): Abby's husband and Clarke's father who died before the start of the series. He was executed for attempting to release critical information regarding the Ark's swiftly deteriorating life-support systems; Clarke initially blamed Wells for telling his father, before learning that her mother was responsible and Wells took responsibility to save her relationship with her mother. Clarke was accused of assisting in his crime.

  • Terry Chen as Commander Shumway (season 1): Loyal to Diana Sydney. His plan to have Bellamy assassinate Jaha is later revealed, and Shumway is killed on Diana's orders.

  • Kate Vernon as Diana Sydney (season 1): A former Chancellor of the Ark. After Abby Griffin is stripped of her council seat, it is given to Diana. She and her team steal and launch the Exodus ship to Earth, Diana painting herself as a voice of the 'lower classes' who would otherwise not be given the chance to return to Earth as the Ark's resources are depleted. The ship crash lands, however, and she is dead with her accomplices. It is later revealed that Mount Weather caused the exodus ship to crash.

  • Kendall Cross, as Major Byrne (season 2): Captain of Marcus Kane's guard at Camp Jaha. She is killed by a mutated species of carnivorous ape.

  • Michael Beach as Charles Pike (season 3): An Ark survivor from Farm Station. On the Ark he was a teacher, but on Earth he is a leader in the guard, he is captured and sent to be executed for his crimes against the grounders. In the season finale, after assisting in defeating ALIE, he is stabbed to death by Octavia (to avenge Lincoln's death).

  • Jonathan Whitesell as Bryan (season 3–): The boyfriend of Nathan Miller from Farm Station. He is one of the few Skaikru members who didn't take A.L.I.E.'s chip to join the city of light, and survives the battle in Polis in the season's finale.

  • Donna Yamamoto as Hannah Green (season 3); Mother of Monty and an Ark survivor from Farm Station, she is under ALIE's control and shot by Monty while trying to rescue Octavia.




Grounders
Trikru (Tree People)
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  • Alycia Debnam-Carey as Lexa (seasons 2–3): The Commander of the allied grounder clans. She is willing to negotiate with the people of the Ark so they can save their people in Mount Weather and agrees to an alliance once Finn is dead. She views love as a weakness, and revealed that she previously had a girlfriend named Costia who was killed by the ice nation. Despite this, she allowed the ice nation into her coalition. She develops romantic feelings for Clarke, however after a kiss, betrays her and Skaikru to save the imprisoned grounders from the mountain men. She later sends Roan to find Clarke and bring her to Polis. She swears loyalty to Clarke after Skaikru are initiated as the thirteenth clan. Clarke goes to Lexa to say goodbye, where they confess their feelings for each other. Soon after, she is killed when she rushes into Clarke's room after hearing gunshots, only to get caught in Titus's crossfire. She returns via ALIE 2 to assist Clarke in defeating ALIE and says goodbye to her to help fight off ALIE's henchmen so Clarke can find the kill switch.

  • Dichen Lachman as Anya (seasons 1–2): The leader of one of the grounder clans, and the main antagonist of the first season. Despite Clarke's awkward attempts to negotiate peace with her, she was killed by the guards of Camp Jaha after they both escaped from Mount Weather because the guards thought she was a threat.

  • Joseph Gatt as Tristan (seasons 1–2): A military leader of the grounders. He led the attack on the 100 and was killed by Kane in season two after surviving the ring of fire.

  • Adina Porter as Indra (season 2–): A leader of one of the grounder clans who considers Lincoln a traitor to her people. In season two she appoints Octavia as her second after being impressed by her bravery. In Season 4 it is revealed she had a daughter named Gaia who refused to follow her mother's cause and learned to be a flamekeeper.

  • Ty Olsson as Nyko (seasons 2–4): A healer of the grounders and considered Lincoln's brother because of their true friendship. He is killed by a drone who guns him down while trying to protect Luna.

  • Jessica Harmon as Niylah (season 3–): A grounder who helps Clarke, to escape at the Ice Nation, and later sleeps with her. Later, she helps Clarke to free Raven of ALIE's control. Clarke thanks her and tells her to hide the time that ALIE is defeated. After ALIE's defeat by Clarke, Niylah comes to Arkadia, but it was destroyed soon after by Ilian, who blames Skaikru for the death of his family killed by him while under ALIE's control. However Ilian saves Octavia and Niylah from the resultant inferno, and Clarke resumes her relationship with Niylah and persuades her to remain in Arkadia. Later, Niylah goes with Clarke in The Second Bunker to be in safety. During the time where Clarke leads a group to save Raven, Niylah is attacked by some Sky People but is saved by Octavia who takes her on her protection.

  • Neil Sandilands as Titus (season 3); An Old Guard who serves as an advisor to Lexa. His official position is as the Flamekeeper until he passes the title on to Clarke. He kills himself in order to prevent Ontari from becoming the new commander.

  • Cory Gruter-Andrew as Aden (season 3); A Nightblood trained by Lexa. Aden is seen as polite and genuine when he speaks with Clarke about what should happen if he becomes Heda. He seems to care about Lexa, as seen in Watch the Thrones as he corrects her when she asks him to tell Clarke what will happen when he becomes Heda, Aden responds saying if he becomes Heda. He is killed by Ontari in his sleep.




Azgeda (Ice Nation)
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  • Tasya Teles as Echo (season 2–): An ice nation grounder who was trapped at Mount Weather. She saves Bellamy's life, which leads him to trust her and he helps her escape. She later betrays him and helps act out a plan that led to the destruction of Mount Weather, after the events of The City of Light she blames Skaikru for all the casualties and demands for Clarke's execution. She becomes a royal guard and the bodyguard of Roan, but is banished for her interference in the Grounder War. She assists Octavia in trying to open the bunker, but Octavia will only help Azgeda and not her, as she is still angry about all the torment she put her through, she fights off Grounders who tried to kill Clarke and provides protection onward in exchange for her safety when the death wave hits.

  • Brenda Strong as Queen Nia (season 3): The former Queen of the ice nation who killed Costia (former lover of Lexa) and attempted to overthrow Lexa, but was murdered at her hand.

  • Rhiannon Fish as Ontari (season 3); a nightblood who served as the bodyguard for Queen Nia and later King Roan of ice nation. She succeeded Lexa as the new Commander after murdering the other nightbloods. Due to her brutal nature Titus is hesitant to implant her with the Flame, which is actually an A.I. implanted in all commanders, and gives it to Clarke who escapes Polis. Due to the requirement of having the Flame implanted to be commander, Ontari conceals this from the grounder ambassadors with only Roan and Murphy aware of the truth. Later on she seduces Murphy to sleep with her under threat. Afterwards she takes the chip given to her by Jaha in the hope that it will grant the knowledge of the past commanders. Later ALIE decides that she cannot risk losing control of Ontari, the last of the nightbloods, and orders Jaha to kill her. Though she survives, Ontari suffers brain damage and is unable to accept the Flame. Instead she is used as part of a blood transfusion directly with her heart to allow Clarke to accept the Flame. She dies soon after Clarke destroys ALIE, once Murphy stopped pumping her heart.



Other
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  • Luisa D'Oliveira as Emori (season 2–); A nomadic grounder who scours the wastelands in search of the city of light. Emori and her brother later rob Jaha and his group for their supplies, and later meets up with Jaha and Murphy at the city of light. When she returns to see Murphy, it is revealed that she is under ALIE's control. She is freed from ALIE's control once Clarke destroys ALIE and reunited with Murphy.

  • Chai Hansen as Ilian (season 4); a Grounder who killed his family while under ALIE's control, for which he blames Skaikru. He destroys Arkadia, though avoiding actually killing anyone, to the point of saving Octavia and Niylah from the conflagration. He is shot in the throat by Echo and mercifully killed by Octavia in the Grounder War.




Mount Weather
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  • Raymond J. Barry as Dante Wallace (season 2): The leader and president of the Mount Weather colony, who favours more diplomatic attempts to use the blood of the 100 to cure his peoples' own vulnerability to radiation. He is eventually ousted from his leadership role. He is killed when Clarke shoots him in the chest.

  • Eve Harlow as Maya Vie (season 2): A resident at Mount Weather who develops romantic feeling toward Jasper. Though initially unaware of Mount Weather's true intentions, she eventually realizes what is going on and assists Bellamy in his attempt to rescue the 47. She eventually joins a rebel faction of her people in goals of overthrowing the Mount Weather government and helping Jasper. While trying to help Octavia, she is killed when Clarke releases radiation on the fifth floor.

  • Rekha Sharma as Dr. Lorelei Tsing[9] (season 2): One of the doctors at the Mount Weather colony. She uses the 47 to extract their bone marrow in order to get to the ground with no remorse. She is killed when Bellamy exposes her and several guards to radiation, and when she tries to escape via an elevator; Jasper, Monty, Miller and Harper stop her from escaping and watch her die. Her first name is mentioned by Cage.

  • Johnny Whitworth as Cage Wallace (season 2): The son of Dante Wallace, and the main antagonist of the second season. He works on the Cerberus Project and plans to kill the 47 to save himself and everyone else. He later betrays his father when he tries to release the 47. When his people are dying of radiation, Lincoln cuts of his hand and injects him with the Cerberus Serum, killing him.

  • Ian Tracey as Vincent Vie (season 2): Maya's father who is with her on assisting the 47 and leads a rebel faction. He is killed by one of the Mount Weather guards.

  • Toby Levins as Carl Emerson (seasons 2–3): A Mount Weather guard. He is captured by Clarke for information on Mount Weather but is sent back to tell Cage that she and the grounders are coming. He is the sole surviving resident of Mount Weather, after Clarke and Bellamy irradiate the fortress and kill the rest of the mountain men to save the captive arkers. He aligns himself with the ice nation and provides the kill codes used to blow up Mount Weather. After he becomes King, as a peace offering Roan turns Emerson over to Clarke and Lexa to decide his fate. After long consideration Clarke spares him to show the other grounders vengeance is not the answer. He returns to seek vengeance against Clarke and her friends, but is killed by Clarke with the ALIE 2 chip.




City of Light
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  • Erica Cerra as A.L.I.E./Becca (seasons 2–4); The avatar of an artificial intelligence who guides Jaha and Murphy to the city of light and is the main antagonist of the third season. A.L.I.E. is responsible for causing the nuclear apocalypse that affected Earth 97 years ago. She was created by Becca, who returns to Earth to help other survivors, and became the very first Commander. As ALIE she uses chips to tempt others into doing her bidding such as Jaha wanting to lead his people, Raven wanting to stop feeling pain & Ontari wanting to know the knowledge of previous commanders. She also tends to physically & psychologically harm them if they disobey. She is destroyed by Clarke once she pulls the kill switch on her, not before pleading to Clarke to reconsider. She appears briefly in flashbacks at the beginning of Season Four, Becca makes another appearance in Raven's hallucinations.

  • James Neate as Chris (seasons 2–3); One of the few who created A.L.I.E.




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Sky People
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Sky people (Also known as arkers, or skaikru in Trigedasleng) is a term used by the grounders to describe a person who came from the international space station known as The Ark. The sky people alive today are descendants of humans who survived the nuclear apocalypse 97 years before the show by living in space in the Ark. Within the sky people community, there is a subgroup known as The 100 (also known as the delinquents), a term used to describe one hundred juvenile delinquents who, after it became clear that the Ark was dying, were sent to Earth in order to determine if the planet had become habitable enough for the rest of the sky people to survive in exchange for being pardoned of their crimes. However, the name "The 100" is slightly a misnomer, since, along with the aforementioned hundred delinquents, there were also two additional young adults who came with them to Earth; one was a security guard who sneaked aboard their ship to ensure the safety of his sister, and the other was a young engineer who came down to Earth in a pod shortly afterward to reassure the council that the delinquents survived their journey.




Grounders
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The "grounders" (or "outsiders," as they are known by the mountain men or tricru) is a term to describe a group of people who were born on Earth rather than in space or in Mount Weather. The grounders alive today are descendants of humans who survived the nuclear apocalypse 97 years ago due to their enhanced tolerance to nuclear radiation. Many of the sky people have negative views toward grounders, who they see as barbaric stone-age savages, just like a lot of grounders have a negative view of The 100, who they see as selfish colonizers, though relations between the two groups are slowly improving over time. The grounders speak a language called 'Trigedasleng' which is a composite of various old and modern languages merged into one, although some of them have a knowledge of English. Grounders were the primary antagonists of the first season. There are at least twelve grounder clans on Earth, including the woods clan (also known as the tree people, or trikru in Trigedasleng), ice nation (also known as Azgeda or Azgedakru in Trigedasleng), and the boat people (also known as Floukru or Floudon kru in Trigedasleng).




Mountain Men
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Mountain men (or Maunon in Trigedasleng) is a term used by the sky people and the grounders to describe the small colony of people who resided in Mount Weather. The mountain men were descendants of humans who survived the nuclear apocalypse 97 years before the start of the series by bunkering down inside Mount Weather, protecting them from the radiation caused by the bombing, but also preventing them from developing an immunity to the radiation as the grounders did. This not only forced them to remain inside the facility unless they wore protective suits, they also had no choice but to capture grounders and harvest their blood, which they used for transfusions to survive even the small amount of radiation exposure they received inside Mount Weather. The mountain men are responsible for creating the acid fog that has killed numerous outsiders, as well as the barbaric Reapers who helped them capture grounders for their blood harvesting program. Because so many grounder and arker lives were lost in the name of the mountain men's survival, both groups hold very negative views toward those residing in Mount Weather.

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Favourite Character: Octavia Blake
Favourite Season: Season 3, it shows a lot of development in the characters and the relationships
Favourite Episode: 3 x 16 and the pilot
Favourite Friendship/Relationship: Bellamy and Clarke, Monty and Jasper,
Favourite Ship: Bellarke (they better get together soon)
Other Thoughts: Octavia is a badass, season 5 better have Bellarke together as well as them actually return to earth soon. I loved Lexa but its a shame she had to leave although I didn't particularly like her and Clarke's relationship.
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