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This ship sucks
The100 is not very good în creating genuine couples. However, I would say it's not true.We have soul mates and durable and realistic ships; Octavia-Lincoln, Murphy-Emory, Harper-Monty. For me only these three are real time couples.The rest are just characters put together to serve an action plot, necessity of diversity, fans requirements.
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So we know that Eligius III crashed on planet Beta, and Colin was the only survived. But how is his body on Skyring?
He opened the bridge to some of the online planets (as seen in 7x02) and then what? Did he never passed through it and died in Skyring or something happened with him on the other planets and somehow his body returned to Skyring?
Did I miss something?
Have any of y'all noticed that Abby has had worn that same outfit from season 5 episode 3 or 4 and kept the same hairstyle and outfit until season 6 the episode where she dies in?
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Is Bellamy siding with Pike and massacring an army worse than pulling the lever in Mount Weather with Clarke or Octavia making the fighting pits and leading her army into an ambush?
I know that he did it because he was hurting and lashed out but do you also think that he did it to teach the grounders a lesson for killing his people and for abandoning them at Mount Weather?
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I forget if this was ever explained but was it ever explained house allies mansion along with mt weather along with some grounder buildings were able to survive the bombs allie sent off, i dont know if the bombs just happened to not him them or some advanced sci fi tech of shields that blocked the bombs from hitting
I mean for mt weather and allies house maybe no way for the grounders places and yes im aware the grounders didnt exist at the time of the explosions but they had places that remained they took for themselves
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In my opinion, Lexa is extremely idolized and overrated in the fandom. And the same kinda goes for Clexa, however for separate reasons. Don't get me wrong, I do believe that Clarke and Lexa were most definitely in love, but the way i see it, their relationship was a "right person wrong time" type, because the circumstances in which their relationship came about from was far from romantic.
For example, one of Lexa and Clarke's first encounters with each other was over the death of Finn, who Clarke was in love with. He killed for her, and died for the sake of the alliance between Skaikru and the Grounders. Lexa repeatedly pushed Clarke to move on because she couldn't waste time on grieving, and that's where the "love is weakness" lesson was introduced by Lexa to Clarke. Yet even though Lexa claims that love is weakness, she herself falls in love with Clarke, which would've been romantic had Lexa not pushed that ideal on Clarke because of Finn's death. It's sick hypocrisy. Imagine your loved one dies, and someone pushes you to move on by making love look like a weakness - a mistake - and then that same person falls in love with you. Is that not hypocrisy? Next, Clarke is furious at Lexa because hundreds of people died from the missile, and what does Lexa do? She uses that as an opportunity to show that she cared for Clarke more... like? what the hell 😭Clarke literally said something along the lines of "you let everyone die" and Lexa goes "not everyone. not you." like ok? is that supposed to make her feel better? Smh. The way Lexa fell in love with Clarke never sat right with me.
Clarke's failure to recognize these things is also part of the reason why she makes mistakes in the future. For instance, her refusal to come back to Arkadia in season 3. I feel like a lot of people forget that Lexa was the reason Clarke had to massacre the people of Mt Weather. She betrayed their alliance and everything they built up even though they were literally about to win the battle. Lexa didn't have to take the deal, but she did because she thought it was best for her people. It's understandable. However, what I don't understand is how Clarke can stay with Lexa, turn away Octavia, Bellamy, her mother, and the rest of her people for someone who betrayed them and got their allies (in Mt Weather) killed. Not to mention the fact that Finn literally died for that alliance, just for Lexa to break it. It's the exact reason why Bellamy yelled at Clarke when she snuck into Arkadia ad tried running things again. Shaking my head at both Clarke and Lexa.
Furthermore, throughout season 3 Lexa lets Clarke influence the way she leads her people. While the message Clarke tries to send - blood must not have blood - is something good, it is clear that, under the circumstances, Clarke using that is biased and she just said that because of the fear of retaliation and wanting to save her people. Skaikru massacred countless Trikru villages and Clarke herself knows there's no excuse for that, so she tries to push the idea of mercy on Lexa. Lexa listens because she loves Clarke, which is a mistake because she is quite literally neglecting her own people, who have lost so much to Skaikru. Azgeda noticed this, Titus noticed this. This is what drove Titus to try to kill Clarke, and as we know, that ultimately led to Lexa's demise. Who knows? For Lexa, maybe love is weakness.
Throughout all of this, I go back to my main point: Clarke and Lexa were undoubtedly in love, but it was the "right person, wrong time"
can someone please tell me what song was playing in the background when gabreil is in sanctum sinking the bottle!!!