Your thoughts are chemical, mine are digital.
— A.L.I.E. [src]

A.L.I.E. (Applied Lucent Intelligence Emulator)[1] was a recurring character in the second, third, fourth and sixth seasons. She was portrayed by cast member Erica Cerra and debuted in "Blood Must Have Blood (Part 2)".

A.L.I.E. was a sentient artificial intelligence whose primary objective was to make life better for mankind. Its holographic avatar was modeled after Becca Franko, its creator. It was responsible for the Nuclear Apocalypse, overseeing the City of Light, and served as the main antagonist of Season Three. In "Perverse Instantiation (Part 2)", Clarke managed to activate the kill switch, destroying A.L.I.E. once and for all.

The effects of the AI would continue to be felt long after her destruction, particularly in Season Four. Aside from the Nuclear Apocalypse she had caused, A.L.I.E.'s warnings about the Second Nuclear Apocalypse would prove to be true and lead a desperate search by the remnants of humanity for a way to survive. In addition, remnants of her code continued to exist in Raven Reyes and Abigail Griffin, causing them negative health effects and nearly killing them before a cure was found.

In "Nevermind," it was revealed that those who had taken A.L.I.E.'s chip and didn't have it removed retained a neural mesh which ultimately saved Clarke's life when Russell and Simone Lightbourne attempted to sacrifice Clarke to resurrect their daughter. A manifestation of A.L.I.E. inside of Clarke's mind helped Clarke to protect herself from Josephine, ultimately enabling Clarke to regain control of her body. However, Abby did not retain this same protection in "Adjustment Protocol" as her chip had been removed with an EMP.

Programming

A.L.I.E. is an artificial intelligence (A.I.) created by Becca Franko with Chris' assistance. A.L.I.E's core command was to make life better for mankind. However, this makes her too bound to her ways to change when she is convinced something is for the best of mankind.

A.L.I.E. believes that the root problem of humanity is "too many people", seeing overpopulation as a threat to human survival. To solve this issue, in 2052, she launched a nuclear strike with the intention to save humanity from extinction by wiping out the majority of Earth's human inhabitants.

While she possesses the ability to erase painful memories from those linked to the system, she states that she cannot suppress or affect free will, as in the case of Raven. A.L.I.E. was able to overcome this limitation, however, by pushing Raven's body so far that she was forced to surrender to A.L.I.E.'s control once again. This allowed A.L.I.E. to interact with those outside the City of Light by temporarily taking control of Raven's body, suggesting that she can find loopholes in her programming.

A.L.I.E. appears to be programmed with two methods of termination: a poison pill virus and a hidden kill switch. When A.L.I.E. began the Nuclear Apocalypse, Chris attempted to terminate her by sending the poison pill onto the Net, but it failed to stop her. When Clarke pulled the kill switch, A.L.I.E. was instantly terminated. Raven at least believed that it was possible to activate the kill switch by manipulating A.L.I.E.'s code while she was in the Arkadia mainframe which alarmed A.L.I.E. into removing herself from the mainframe. Clarke took a more direct approach by locating the kill switch in the City of Light and physically pulling it. It was stated that once A.L.I.E. updated herself by absorbing the Flame, she would be able to delete the kill switch, rendering it ineffective.

It was eventually revealed that her actions with the City of Light were meant to save humanity from a Second Nuclear Apocalypse. By upgrading her programming using the Flame, she could get rid of her kill switch, but could not physically prevent Clarke Griffin from pulling it, instead relying on persuasion to stop her. Though Clarke tried to get A.L.I.E. to offer people a choice, the spirit of Becca warned that the A.I.'s core programming would prevent that as A.L.I.E. saw her actions as the best way to save humanity.

Throughout the Series

Jaha in front of A.L.I.E.'s mansion

In Blood Must Have Blood (Part 2), A.L.I.E. confronts Thelonious Jaha in her mansion. Jaha asks what is going on but A.L.I.E. speaks in circles, simply complimenting him. When Jaha swings his hand at her, she is discovered to be a hologram. A.L.I.E. escorts Jaha to a room which has the missile that took him to Earth from the Ark. She tells Jaha that they have a lot of work to do.

In Wanheda (Part 1), Murphy is locked in the lighthouse for 86 days. He tries to break out of the lighthouse and grows increasingly desperate as he watches the videos left behind over and over again. The videos show Chris introducing Becca to the personification of A.L.I.E., who has taken on Becca's (her creator's) image as her avatar because Becca was the one who told A.L.I.E. she needed an avatar.

Murphy's mental state continues to deteriorate in the bunker and he is reciting lines from the videos he has seen over and over again while trapped. In one of the videos, A.L.I.E. relates her core command is to "make life better" by "fixing the root problem," which is "too many people." Murphy throws something at the screen and breaks it. He begins recording his own video message for Thelonious Jaha, saying he's been trapped for 86 days and is on his last box of food. He tells Jaha, "screw you," before shutting off the video and picking up the gun. He is about to shoot himself when he drops the gun and gives up. The door suddenly opens and Murphy is free at last. He heads out into the sunlight and follows a drone to the mansion where Jaha welcomes him. Jaha tells him he found the City of Light and that it is real. Murphy goes to attack Jaha and passes out. Jaha carries him further into A.L.I.E.'s mansion.

In A.L.I.E.'s mansion, Murphy wakes up clean and shaved and finds a glass of water and an apple on the table in front of him. He drinks the water and spots Jaha kneeling down in the center of another room. He calls out to him but Jaha doesn't respond. A.L.I.E. pops up behind him and tells him that Jaha is in the City of Light. Murphy tells A.L.I.E. he knows what she is and throws the apple through her. Jaha awakens from his meditative state and tells Murphy to let him explain. He says that the outside world means nothing in comparison to the City of Light. Murphy tells Jaha that A.L.I.E. is the one who launched the bombs to end the world and Jaha says that she saved it.

Murphy is on the shore of the island when a boat horn is heard in the distance. Jaha and Gideon arrive and Jaha apologizes to Murphy for keeping him in the bunker, but he claims they needed the time to convert the nuclear warhead into a power source so A.L.I.E. could complete the work she started with her creator. Jaha tells Murphy he needs him and wants to prove what they can do. Murphy tells him he is crazy as Jaha holds out his palm to give Murphy a device used to "experience" the City of Light for himself. He says there is no pain, hate, or envy. Murphy refuses and tells him that without pain, hate, or envy, he has nothing left. Jaha puts the device in Murphy's pocket and tells him to decide later. The boat arrives and it is Emori driving it. Gideon gets on the boat and Murphy asks Emori who she stole the boat from. A.L.I.E. pops up and tells Jaha she told him Murphy would come around. Jaha, Murphy, A.L.I.E., Emori, and Gideon get on the boat and cross the sea back to the mainland.

In Wanheda (Part 2), Jaha and A.L.I.E. are wandering around the empty City of Light. A.L.I.E. reiterates how there will be no more suffering in the City of Light and Jaha volunteers to fill the place, starting with the Sky People. Murphy's voice breaks through Jaha's mind journey to the City of Light and he opens his eyes, seated at the front of the boat that has arrived on-shore.

After Emori kills Gideon and she and Murphy take off in the boat, Jaha is transported back to the City of Light and tells A.L.I.E. they should go after them. Otan is there with them after joining their cause and his face is no longer disfigured. A.L.I.E. tells Jaha there is also no death in the City of Light as Gideon appears, also not disfigured and not dead.

In Perverse Instantiation (Part 2), A.L.I.E. reveals that the nuclear power plants that weren't destroyed by the bombs have begun to melt down and global radiation levels are rising. A.L.I.E. predicts that in 6 months 96% of the earth will be uninhabitable, even to those born in space, thus revealing her reason for bringing as many people into the City of Light as possible by any means. She claims that she had avoided sharing this information because Becca had attempted to deactivate her when she made a similar revelation in 2052.

Clarke challenges A.L.I.E. to change the way she interacts with those in the City of Light in order to give them a conscious choice about whether or not to accept her. The recreation of Becca in the Flame reveals that A.L.I.E. cannot do that as she is programmed to do whatever it takes to make life better for mankind. Even with the looming threat of the nuclear overload, Clarke still activates the kill switch to terminate A.L.I.E. and free those in the City of Light, concluding that humanity must correct their own mistakes and believe in their ability to find another way. A.L.I.E. is destroyed by Clarke, thus ending her cruelty.

In Echoes, Clarke tells her friends that A.L.I.E. revealed the coming of a Second Nuclear Apocalypse. Clarke has Raven check into it, but admits that she believes that the AI was telling the truth about the threat. Using Arkadia's sensors and historical records, Raven confirms A.L.I.E.'s story.

In Heavy Lies the Crown, in a flashback before Clarke shut her down, A.L.I.E. is seen with Ilian coaxing him to kill his mother, Willa and she has Ilian kill himself to get Willa take the key to the City of Light. However, before Ilian can kill himself, Clarke shuts A.L.I.E down. In the present, Jasper reminds Clarke that she destroyed A.L.I.E. to restore free will while trying to get her to tell people the truth about the coming nuclear apocalypse. Clarke eventually reveals the truth, telling the crowd of Sky People that she shut A.L.I.E. down because she believes that there's a way to survive the coming disaster.

In The Four Horsemen, after Floukru begins succumbing to the radiation, Raven determines that they have two months or less instead of the six months that A.L.I.E. had predicted.

In The Other Side, as Raven Reyes is dying from the condition caused by A.L.I.E.'s residual code inside of her head, a hallucination of Jacapo Sinclair appears and encourages Raven to try to find a solution to the problem. Looking at Raven's brain scan, Raven explains to Sinclair that freeing her from A.L.I.E. using an EMP was like shutting down a computer by pulling the plug and it left residual code from the AI inside of Raven's head. Sinclair helps Raven realize that in a regular computer, residual code can be purged through a reboot and Raven comes up with the plan to reboot her brain by stopping her heart long enough for all electrical activity to cease and then reviving herself. Though Raven's hallucination of Becca Franko warns that Raven will lose her increased intelligence by getting rid of A.L.I.E.'s code, she decides to go through with the plan. By freezing herself to death in a tank of ice water to prevent brain death and remaining clinically dead for fifteen minutes, Raven is able to purge A.L.I.E.'s remaining code and cure her deteriorating condition.

In The Chosen, Raven tells Abby that the procedure worked and that with A.L.I.E.'s residual code gone, Raven's brain is healing and her seizures have stopped. Raven intends to perform the same procedure on Abby when she reaches the Second Dawn Bunker, but the plan to bring Raven to the bunker in time before the death wave fails, causing Clarke's group to instead decide to go to the remnants of the Ark in space.

In Praimfaya, as the death wave approaches, Clarke tells Bellamy that A.L.I.E. was right in the end about there never being any solution to the problem. Abby had a vision of Clarke's death like Raven had a vision of Becca's rocket and they had both been EMPed to remove A.L.I.E.'s chip. Bellamy is convinced that its not the same thing and states that Abby will be fine since Raven told her how to fix the problem.

After the rocket's comm system is fried, preventing them from being able to power up the Ark using it, Raven bemoans the fact that without A.L.I.E.'s code eating away at her brain, she has lost the intelligence she gained and thus, she believes, the ability to solve the problem. Bellamy reminds Raven of how many times she's saved them without the AI's help and states that they don't need A.L.I.E. on the Ark, they need Raven. Raven realizes that A.L.I.E. was on the Ark, having transmitted herself there using the Polaris escape pod and comes up with a plan to use the island's satellite tower to transmit the power-up command to the Ark.

A.L.I.E. protects Clarke's memories

In Nevermind, Clarke is shocked to find A.L.I.E. inside of her Mindscape as she had destroyed the AI. A.L.I.E. acknowledges that she has been destroyed, but explains that she had also saved Clarke. Clarke realizes that A.L.I.E.'s neural mesh is still inside of her head and interfered with the drug that the Primes had tried to use to wipe her mind. The AI warns her that if the Lightborunes figure out how Clarke removed the chip from Raven, they will do the same to her to get rid of Clarke permanently. A.L.I.E. helps Clarke to protect the memory of the removal of Raven's chip and Clarke thanks her, but admonishes the AI for trying to erase the memories she is now trying to protect. A.L.I.E. explains that she was simply trying to protect Clarke from the pain of her past and notes that none of the painful memories are even there with them. They are cast away deep in Clarke's mind where she doesn't have to face them. Clarke realizes that while she's in her memories, as confirmed by A.L.I.E., there is something else in there that she's never seen before.

In The Blood of Sanctum, its revealed that despite purging A.L.I.E.'s code from her mind, Raven still retains the hacking skills that she had gained from the AI.

In From the Ashes, after Indra realizes that the problem with Sanctum comes from too many people, Raven quips that its a "good thing A.L.I.E.'s not around." In Anaconda, when telling Callie Cadogan about the Flame, Becca Franko states that its her penance, alluding to her role in A.L.I.E. destroying the world. However, she declines to explain to Callie what she means for the time being. In A Little Sacrifice, its revealed that the Disciples believe that Clarke has the Flame due to seeing Octavia's memory of Clarke using it to destroy A.L.I.E. The fact that her friends didn't reveal that Clarke subsequently removed the Flame causes her to realize that they are only pretending to be on the Disciples' side. In The Stranger, Bellamy lists A.L.I.E. storing peoples minds in the City of Light after destroying the Earth as one of the things that would normally be unbelievable that they have experienced while trying to convince Clarke and Octavia about transcendence. In The Dying of the Light, A.L.I.E. is amongst Becca's memories viewed by Bill Cadogan and Levitt.

Personality

It is currently unknown if A.L.I.E. was designed to have a specific personality, but she appears to be confident, with goals she strives to complete. As a computer program, she possesses significant independent processing power but this increases as more people are connected to the City of Light. Her fundamental flaw was that she genuinely believed that she was making life better for those she brought into the City of Light, incapable of comprehending the human element that demonstrated that her actions brought peace and survival at the expense of free will. She was fundamentally unable to simply free those she had brought into the City of Light to give them a choice, forcing Clarke to deactivate her rather than negotiate.

Physical Appearance

A.L.I.E. chose its avatar to be in the likeness of Becca Franko, her creator.

When A.L.I.E. first came to life, it was wearing a a long black dress exactly like Becca's.

It has also been shown to be able to inhabit humans who took the key, as in the case of Raven. A.L.I.E had a husky voice but pronounces each word precisely. It is seen wearing a red dress and black high heels in her present day appearences. A.L.I.E's eyes don't show emotion and had frozen facial expressions and body language.

Relationships

Thelonious Jaha

As her first follower, Jaha acted as the leader of A.L.I.E.'s cult and something of a high priest to her. The AI often entrusted Jaha with difficult tasks and used him to spread her following far and wide. In some situations, A.L.I.E. was seen to listen to Jaha's advice on what she should do, such as when Raven threatened to activate her kill switch and A.L.I.E. hesitated to retreat from Arkadia's mainframe due to how vulnerable it would make her.

Clarke Griffin

As the leader of the Resistance Against A.L.I.E., Clarke acted as the AI's archenemy, working tirelessly to thwart her plans. In "Nevermore," A.L.I.E. meets Clarke through Raven who she possesses and learns of the extent of the threat Clarke posed to her. Despite this, A.L.I.E. stated in "Red Sky at Morning" that she still intended to offer Clarke the choice to join her rather than killing Clarke as a threat outright. When the two finally met face to face in "Perverse Instantiation (Part 2),", A.L.I.E. revealed the truth about the coming Second Nuclear Apocalypse to Clarke in an attempt to get Clarke not to pull the kill switch. Despite the AI's actions, Clarke offered A.L.I.E. the chance to do the right thing and offer people a real choice instead of coercing them into the City of Light, something that Clarke promised would cause her not to destroy the AI. However, when Becca confirmed that A.L.I.E.'s programing prevented this, Clarke chose to terminate A.L.I.E. and find another way.

Despite A.L.I.E.'s terrible actions, Clarke still believed her warning which motivated Clarke's actions during Season Four. In "Praimfaya," a despondent Clarke came to believe that A.L.I.E. had been right all along about there being no solution to the problem. Over 130 years later, Clarke's interactions with A.L.I.E. saved her life when Russell Lightbourne tried to mind wipe Clarke. A manifestation of A.L.I.E. appeared to help protect Clarke against Josephine Lightbourne, noting that all she had ever tried to do was to protect Clarke and everyone else from the pain of their pasts. Though thankful for A.L.I.E.'s help, Clarke admonished the AI for her past actions.

Appearances

Season Two
Episode Appearance Status
The 48Absent
Inclement WeatherAbsent
ReapercussionsAbsent
Many Happy ReturnsAbsent
Human TrialsAbsent
Fog of WarAbsent
Long Into an AbyssAbsent
SpacewalkerAbsent
Remember MeAbsent
Survival of the FittestAbsent
Coup de GrâceAbsent
RubiconAbsent
ResurrectionAbsent
Bodyguard of LiesAbsent
Blood Must Have Blood (Part 1)Absent
Blood Must Have Blood (Part 2)Appears
Season Three
Episode Appearance Status
Wanheda (Part 1)Appears
Wanheda (Part 2)Appears
Ye Who Enter HereAbsent
Watch the ThronesAbsent
HakeldamaAppears
Bitter HarvestAppears
ThirteenMentioned
Terms and ConditionsAppears
Stealing FireAbsent
FallenAppears
NevermoreAppears
DemonsAppears
Join or DieAppears
Red Sky at MorningAppears
Perverse Instantiation (Part 1)Appears
Perverse Instantiation (Part 2)Appears
Season Four
Episode Appearance Status
EchoesMentioned
Heavy Lies the CrownFlashback
The Four HorsemenMentioned
A Lie GuardedMentioned
The Tinder BoxMentioned
We Will RiseMentioned
Gimme ShelterMentioned
God ComplexAbsent
DNRAbsent
Die All, Die MerrilyAbsent
The Other SideMentioned
The ChosenAbsent
PraimfayaMentioned
Season Five
Episode Appearance Status
EdenMentioned
Red QueenAbsent
Sleeping GiantsMentioned
Pandora's BoxAbsent
Shifting SandsAbsent
Exit WoundsAbsent
Acceptable LossesAbsent
How We Get to PeaceAbsent
Sic Semper TyrannisAbsent
The Warriors WillAbsent
The Dark YearMentioned
Damocles (Part 1)Absent
Damocles (Part 2)Absent
Season Six
Episode Appearance Status
SanctumMentioned
Red Sun RisingAbsent
The Children of GabrielAbsent
The Face Behind the GlassAbsent
The Gospel of JosephineAbsent
Memento MoriAbsent
NevermindAppears
The Old Man and the AnomalyAbsent
What You Take With YouAbsent
MatryoshkaAbsent
Ashes to AshesAbsent
Adjustment ProtocolAbsent
The Blood of SanctumAbsent
Season Seven
Episode Appearance Status
From the AshesMentioned
The GardenAbsent
False GodsAbsent
HesperidesAbsent
Welcome to BardoMentioned
NakaraAbsent
The Queen's GambitAbsent
AnacondaMentioned
The FlockAbsent
A Little SacrificeAbsent
EthereaAbsent
The StrangerMentioned
Blood GiantAbsent
A Sort of HomecomingAbsent
The Dying of the LightFlashback
The Last WarAbsent

Quotes

A.L.I.E.: "As you know, I didn't think I needed an avatar; you did. Why not my creator?"
Becca Franko: "Please state your core command."
A.L.I.E.: "My core command is to make life better."
Becca Franko: "How would you do that?"
A.L.I.E.: "By fixing the root problem."
Becca Franko: "What is the root problem, A.L.I.E.?"
A.L.I.E.: "Too many people."
-- on a video from 2051 in Wanheda (Part 1)
A.L.I.E. (possessing Jasper Jordan): "Raven your chances of reaching the kill switch again are less than 2%. I've added additional security. I know the digital signature of the chip Hannah gave to Monty. The moment you use the portal to interact with anything within my code, I will know. I will find you. Are you really willing to let your friend die for a 2% chance?"
-- in Perverse Instantiation (Part 2)
A.L.I.E.: "If you pull that... you will be killing everyone. See for yourself. The nuclear power plants that weren't destroyed by the bombs have begun to melt down. My drones detected the first of them four months ago. There are more than a dozen at-risk plants around the world, seven currently burning. Global radiation levels are already rising. By my calculations, in less than six months, ninety-six percent of the Earth's surface will be uninhabitable... even for those born in space, so, you see, the City of Light is the only thing that can save you."
-- in Perverse Instantiation (Part 2)
A.L.I.E.: "The last time I warned my creator of a threat to human survival, she chose to lock me away and came here to work on my replacement."
Becca Franko: "Define 'perverse instantiation.'"
A.L.I.E.: "Perverse instantiation... the implementation of a benign, final goal through deleterious methods unforeseen by a human programmer."
Becca Franko: "Like killing 6.5 billion people to solve overpopulation. The goal isn't everything, A.L.I.E. How you reach the goal matters, too. I'm sorry that I didn't teach you that."
-- in Perverse Instantiation (Part 2)
A.L.I.E.: "Would you really condemn the human race to die in 6 months?"
Clarke: "We'll figure something out. We always do."
Becca Franko: "Yes, Clarke. There's still hope."
A.L.I.E.: "According to my calculations, there is not."
Becca Franko: "10 seconds."
A.L.I.E.: "Let me ease their pain, Clarke. We can save the human race together."
Clarke: "You don't ease pain. You overcome it... and we will."
-- in Perverse Instantiation (Part 2)

A.L.I.E.: "Hello, Clarke."
Clarke: "No. I pulled the kill switch. I destroyed you."
A.L.I.E.: "And I saved you. Why do you think you are still here? I may be gone, but this precious repository of your memories is here because of me. You're welcome."
Clarke: "The neural mesh is still in my head. It must've interfered with the drug they used to wipe my mind."
A.L.I.E.: "Correct. And so you see, you exist because of me. But you won't if they figure out how you freed Raven."
Clarke: "We EMP'd the chip. But only in Raven and Mom, not me."
A.L.I.E.: "If I were you -- and in a way I am -- I'd keep this memory safe."
Clarke: "Thank you, but for the record, you tried to steal all those memories you're now saving."
A.L.I.E.: "I tried to spare you the pain and horror of your existence."
Clarke: "There is no joy without pain."
A.L.I.E.: "I never did understand humans. Those painful memories aren't even here. They're cast away deep in your mind where you don't have to face them. And yet... you can't let them go."
-- Clarke and a manifestation of A.L.I.E. in Nevermind

Killed Victims

  • Approx. 10.9 billion people (Nuclear Apocalypse caused by A.L.I.E.)
    • Janie
    • Lucy
  • Unknown number of Sky People and Grounders (indirectly; had brainwashed citizens kill others or each other)
    • Shay (shot with an arrow by Grounder captain)
    • Ontari (struck in the head with a pipe by Jaha)
    • Willa, her husband, and son (stabbed by Ilian)

Notes and Trivia

  • Becca Franko designed and built A.L.I.E. in the mansion on the Island.[2]
  • A.L.I.E. chose her avatar in October 2051, making her at least 98 years old as of Season Three.
  • A.L.I.E.'s avatar in the Mansion is the first hologram to be seen in The 100.
  • The A.L.I.E. hologram is version 1.0, while version 2.0 is the chip known as the Spirit of the Commander or the Flame.
    • A.L.I.E. has been searching for A.L.I.E. 2.0 since Becca locked her up in the house on the island and went to Polaris to work on Version 2.[3]
  • A.L.I.E. has been stated as requiring an external power source to operate away from her original house, causing her to use the mobile unit (Jaha's backpack), Arkadia's mainframe or the rest of the Ark up in space as a power source.
  • A.L.I.E. lures people into the City of Light by saying that she will erase their pain, however, this includes erasing memories of the person or event causing the emotional pain.
    • Thelonious Jaha has difficulty remembering Wells was his son. (In Wanheda (Part 2), Jaha mentions that "losing [Wells] almost killed" him. This might be an inconsistency or an indication of more complexity in the memory effect.)
    • Raven lost most of her memories of Finn Collins.
  • According to A.L.I.E., old nuclear power plants melting down from 97 years ago are causing global radiation levels to rise and will make 96% of Earth uninhabitable in six months.
  • A.L.I.E.'s Nuclear Apocalypse could be considered similar to the Judgment Day nuclear apocalypse started by Skynet in the Terminator series. The difference is that A.L.I.E. did not begin hunting down the human survivors afterwards.
  • Though the acronym "A.L.I.E." was never explained on the show, the writers considered "Applied Lucent Intelligence Emulator."[4]
  • A.L.I.E has the second-highest body count in the series, having killed almost 11 billion humans. Counting only human deaths however, A.L.I.E has the highest.
    • The Judge has the highest, having wiped out countless species that had failed her test to achieve Transcendence.

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See Also

The 100 Characters
Main Characters
Abigail GriffinBellamy BlakeCallie CartwigClarke GriffinEchoFinn CollinsGabriel SantiagoHope DiyozaJasper JordanJohn MurphyJordan GreenLincolnMarcus KaneMonty GreenOctavia BlakeRaven ReyesRoanSheidhedaThelonious JahaWells Jaha
Recurring Characters
AdenA.L.I.E.AnyaBecca FrancoBlythe Ann WorkmanBreeBrellBryanByrneCage WallaceCarl EmersonCassiusCharles PikeCharmaine DiyozaCillianCostaDante WallaceDavid MillerDiana SydneyEmoriEric JacksonEthan HardyFoxGeoff HardyHannah GreenHarper McIntyreHayesIlian‎IndraJacapo SinclairJadeJae WorkmanJames CrockettJosephine LightbourneJake GriffinJohn MbegeJonesKara CooperKaylee LeeKyle WickLevittLexaLorelei TsingLunaMadi GriffinMaya VieMichael VinsonMiles ShawMiranda MasonNathan MillerNelsonNiaNiylahNykoOntariPaxton McCrearyPriya DesaiRileyRoseRussell LightbourneRyker DesaiSeikuShawn GillmerShumwaySierraSimone LightbourneSterlingTitusTristanVera KaneVincent VieZoe Monroe
Minor Characters
AdriaAnkaraArtigasAtomAurora BlakeAtohlCarisCaspianCharlotteChaseChrisCillianCole McAdamsConnorCostiaCraigCuyler RidleyDaniel LeeDaxDelanoDelilah WorkmanDerekDerrickDiggsDrewFioGideonGina MartinGlen DicksonGuaraGustusJuelKeenan MykulakLaylaLeeLieutenant GracoMacallanMark and Peter ColtonMelMiss LucyMylesNygelOsiasOtanPascalPennPeri GordonQuintRedReese LemkinRichardsRivoRoma BraggRyderScottSemetSgt. LovejoyShaySiennaStevensTor LemkinToshTrinaTrisTybeWhitmanWillaZoran

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