What are your views on season 7 and the whole plot? I think we can all agree that it is a pretty controversial season in the fandom.
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One thing I think the show did really well was showing all sides of the stories. Even with people like the primes, who were brainwashing innocent people and ending lives for their own immortality, they showed their perspective. I think the best examples would be Bellamy and Murphy, they were on opposite sides and both were extremely selfish in the beginning of the show, but they both were fleshed out as characters so well that the selfish things they did were almost excusable by the end. Who do you think had the best redemption arc?
Clarke Griffin: Neutral honestly. There are times where I like her and times where she's annoying, mainly in seasons 4 when she almost sacrificed Emori and stole the bunker, almost killing the grounders by Proxy if not for Bellamy. As well as season 5, teaming up with McCreary who's clearly a psycho even pointed out by her 12-year-old daughter. But except for seasons 1 and 3 where she was cool, like when she desperately tried to save Jasper, and when she tried to convince Bellamy that teaming up with Pike was stupid in season 3. But aside from that I just kept a neutral attitude towards her.
Abby Griffin: Again neutral. I know a lot of people don't like her(such as during her addiction phase). There are times where she's annoying like in se…
https://deadline.com/2021/01/arrow-spinoff-green-arrow-and-the-canaries-dead-not-going-forward-the-cw-the-100-prequel-tbd-still-alive-1234667542/. So the 100's spinoff is still alive just an FYI.
Commander- Heda Commander Of Death- Wanheda First Commander- Praheda Dark Commander- Sheidheda Red Queen- Blodreina Death From Above- Skairipa
Nightblood- Natblida Flamekeeper- Fleimkepa Sky People- Skaikru Ice Nation- Azgeda Woods Clan- Trikru Boat People- Floukru Fight- Gonplei King- Haiheta
Queen- Haiplana Mountain Men- Maunon City Of Light- Soncha Kapa Champion- Osleya Death Wave- Praimfaya Teacher- Seda Goodbye- Leidon Strong- Yuj
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Hi, this is my first contribution to the Fandom Community for The 100. I'm a big fan of the show, and this recipe turned out to be good enough to share. Playing off of Richard Harmon's character, John Murphy, the idea is a few months in the making... really, it started when the phrase "Murphy's Slaw" or "Murphy Slaw" came to mind and I found it really amusing. It took a while to put it into an actual dish, because it seemed sufficient enough to just be amused at the phrase "Murphy's Slaw" whenever it occasionally popped into my head. Last night I put some available ingredients into action and cooked this dish. Yes, I have now both eaten the Murphy's Slaw hot and cold. It's pretty damn good. John Murphy became one of my favorite characters…
Im sad that lexa died so here is an alternative ending-
Lexa faked her death to escape with clarke but culdnt tell her and was going to get her the night she 'died' but clarke left so lexa searched all over for her and ended up finding an abandoned bunker that was still sealed but was kind of small. she entered it and stayed inside with a young child she found inside for a while the childs mom had died a while back when she was a baby and lexa found her when she was still a baby and raised her to age 5 when lexa felt it was safe to get out and let the kid who she named madi outside while Lexa got some fresh food for them because they had been eating canned food for a while. so madi got taken in by clarke and lexa looked for madi but coulnt…
Okay! Give me a sec, I'm a little tipsy. So forgive me for what I'm about to write (But also not, because being the drunk introvert that I am makes me truthfull). Like OMG! Too much!! Bellamy's death was useless from the moment Clark killed him because of Sheidheda and the fact that we know that the flock has good medical service. With even the Shepherd seeing Bellamy dead and being able to see memories, they would have kept Sheidheda alive to see what happened to their people and Bellamy Dah! And I have to say this, but Clark is SO not a mother, not even an adoptive mother (and I have adoptive sisters - relating somewhat). I'm good at empathizing too. If Clark was a true mother, she never would have tortured her daughter with an electric…
Okay, I don’t know why I was complaining about Bellamy’s death last night. I actually don’t really cares about the tv show, it just a tv show, I don’t EVEN care who Jason are, who Bob are, who Eliza are, who Marie are, who the rest of the cast are. Yeah, this season not that good as we expecting and it not my favorite either. But I don’t need to say negative or complaining about the show that was totally fiction. All I want is to enjoying the show.
The reason why I was mad about Bellamy being dead, because it actually make no sense and wasteful, because I want see more of Bellamy in the final season.
It not like I would stop watching the show that only have 3 more left after this episode. I don’t really cares. I know you guys wouldn’t care a…
Just learnt of the Russian owned space nation called Asgerdia. I'm I confused or does THE 100 also have this Asgerdia as one of its clans if not a nation?
I have a feeling I might have heard of that name somewhere between Season 1 and 4.
Title says it all. It feels weird having come this far. I think for me specifically, this is a strange time because this is my first ever long running show that I've been around for since the beginning, always followed it week to week, almost never missing an episode on the night it would first. Every year time the show is on I feel so invested in it. I don't really know what else to say other than I'm defintitely going to miss it all once it's all said and done, I plan on going into film/tv and seeing this show in it's ups and downs has been very rewarding and huge learning experience. I just hope by the end it can stick the landing, and hit on this secret final theme they've been hiding from us. (even with all of the issues going on bts,…
Like he was sooooooooo hot but with a stache he went from 27 to
47. LMK :))
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I write this just before s7x07 where I expect ******* as 'the shepherd' to appear and to explain about his 2nd dawn cult.
There are total 4 posters hanging in the 2nd dawn cult bunker
1st 'your fight is over' 2nd 'blood must have blood' 3rd 'from the ashes we will rise' 4th 'together we share the burden'
I like to describe what I can see in:
'your fight is over': a red blood arm shakes a black 'nightblood' arm in front of the 2nd dawn cult
'blood must have blood': - upper half:3 blood stream representing the current generation of grounders (parents) - lower half: 4 blood stream representing next generation (children) with possible blood types - the scale show to keep the 'balance of blood types'
Now my interpretation: 'your fight is over'
Hello THE100 community,
I start to understand how ALL that works!
It is important to know at which year the real Ash (called Echo) is born?
We know a part of the story about Ash from two episodes, in 6x04 The Face Behind the Glass Ash tells about her young years.
Here Ash tells how she became Echo in 6x11 Ashes_to_Ashes Ash/Echo says an important sentence (you will understand soon). Ash/ Echo says "I've been wiped before" - to express that the life of 'real Ash' gets wiped and 'Echo' is born. This sentence opens a big door - does Ash/Echo tell us the truth?
Thanks for hints & answers Skai Engineer
In From the Ashes (s7e01) we see how Trey speakt to Nelson and calls him a "Null".
What is the difference in the people status to make them:
a non-believer and still live in Sanctum
a null and live in the woods?
https://twitter.com/bruno86123/status/1263914156916383744 (I posted it in spanish)
I will admit it. I just don't believe that Clarke Griffin and Bellamy Blake are a good match. He has gone against her too often. He was against her from Season 1 Episode 1. Then there is the Pike situation where Bellamy goes against EVERYTHING Clarke works for the entire season! They just don't fit together! I hope that the writers and producers can see it!
I have been thinking recently aout Abby's Parenting of Clarke. Clarke has commited countless acts of violence and possible murder:
- Burning THREE HUNDRED Grounders
- Killing Finn Collins
- Allowing Tondc to be destroyed bya missile killing TWO HUNDRED Grounders and Sky People.
- Irradiating Level 5 of Mount Weather causing the Death of THREE HUNDRED AND FIFTY inhabitants
All through the show Abby is aware of everything her daughter did yet does NOTHING. Sure, some people could look at it and say she did what she had to do to save her people but it is still MURDER and in some cases MASSACRE!
Abby shold still have done something about her daughter's sins.
What do you all think about this?
Found this series because I like sci fi. It's clever. It's well done, enticing, but take care::
1) It's a primer on how to foment a revolution to remove the privileged ones that hog power..
2) The most important principle of leadership is "The end justifies the means."
3) God and religion are man made, a contrivance, a delusion, a false hope, an "opiate of the masses."
4) It espouses class warfare on every level.
It's old communist doctrine, all dressed up looking brand new in post apocolyptic America. The concepts it carries are a poison pill, not to be swallowed.
Who agree that we need a antagonist category? And why this category was deleted?
Characters like Echo or Niylah who don't have a gallery page should have the kind of gallery they have now or the slideshow kind ? (Example: Josephine's or Simone's galleries)
I was watching s6 and got the though how many years passed since they first got sent to the ground. Like, how long they lived on Earth before they got in cryo sleep? Anyone followed the time passing?
Now more then once the people of Sanctum, most Primes or guards says "you have till 2nd moon!"
Is there any information or any idea what time-duration this means?
I simple guess it means 'till the 2nd moon becomes visible on the sky' - still as non-Sanctum member how much time is that?
Thanks for your thoughts......
well Kane (the body) and Kane II (mind & body) died recently in season 6.
What you think - is there some truth that another hero will be dead by end of season 6?
Okay so I started season 1 and I was hooked, then I watched season 2 and it was just amazing but just as a lot of other shows, season 3 ruined it.
I watched all of it though because I wanted to give it a chance but I was just, not interested.
Now I finished the first episode of season 4, and I still don't like it.
Then, I searched Google to see if this show is worth it.
Many people say season 5 is amazing but their least fav is season 4.
I wanna keep watching this show but is it okay if I skip season 4? Is it that important?
Hey, remember when Russell stated that a dog killed his sister? Was that Picasso or another dog?
I was rewatching the series and came to season twos close. Maya died with the rest of the Mount Weather population, except for a few people. However, one thing I don’t understand is, why didn’t The 100 or the people from The Ark think of donating some of their bone marrow to her, and the other people who tried to help them? I understand that it might have been difficult to do at the time, but why did that solution not occur to anybody?
I did some math. Shaw said his mining mission with Eligius IV was supposed to be 24-years long. That's 12 years to get there and 12 to get back. Unfortunally, one of the engines broke because of the explosion and they arrived in 2156, six years afterPraimfaya II. We know Diyoza took the ship in 2047 from the captain's log so they started their way back to Earth in that year. That means it took them 109 years with the broken engine, for a journey that was supposed to be 12 years. That's about 9 times slower. Let's assume now that Eligius III and Eligius IV are very similar ships with about the same speed. It took Eligius IV 75 years to get to Sanctum. That means it took Eligius III like 8 years (75 years divided by 9). Did they go into cry…
Ever since we put in a page for Blythe Ann, we had the same picture for it.
Then when Simone Lightbourne came out, we switched the picture, and things went crazy, so now I'm real confused.
Who is Russel's real wife and what is the (Other?)
Actually I was born in Poland... My favourite series is The 100(obssesed lol) and uhh idk XD (srry lol)
and i cant wait for season 7, you too?
I am so Happy The 100 got renewed because this season has been amazing so far and it feels very fresh next to previous seasons. New Planet, New Characters, New traditions... i think The 100 really needed this "Chapter 2".
So to sum up i hope our heroes get to explore this new planet and learn many things about it inhabitants 😄 Thanks Monty and Harper for finding Planet Alpha and giving us this cool storyline ✌🏽
Goodjob to everyone who has helped with the starting of season 6.
Articles that include, Eligius III, the exploration team and other characters introduced in Sanctum and Red Sun Rising
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So...apparently, the guy Madi was fighting in How We Get To Peace was Ethan Hardy? How did a cute soft-hearted five year old turn into a twelve year jerk? I’m so mad. I loved him so much.
Soo I’m curious, I finally watched the trailer for s05 and glad I waited but that one scene in it just makes me think of the Alien franchise. I’m looking forward to how they will spin everything. Bunker comes out last scene this week I’m calling it.
The 100's been renewed through Season Six and will premiere during The CW's 2018-19 season.  I'm not really surprised about it because if it were to end after a fifth season it would have been announced before the cast/crew finished filming. I predict that it will have 13 episodes and that it will possibly be the final season.
In the last few episodes of season 4, several population numbers are given:
- The bunker can hold 1,200 people.
- Each clan gets to save 100 people.
- Sky People has to cull 364 people.
Each of those numbers is repeated several times and no alternative numbers are ever given. However, various details create confusion in the counts.
- 1 Sky People population in 412
- 2 Bunker population in 411
- 3 Sky People lottery
- 4 Sky People 100 spots
- 5 Sky People culling
- 6 Bunker population in 413
Based on the above, there were a total of 464 people vying for the 100 Sky People spots during episode "The Chosen".
- 464 likely includes Raven since the Sky People's leaders (Kane, Jaha, Abby, Clarke, and Bellamy) were already planning to bring her to the bunker when they were speaking ab…
Is anyone else waiting for Season 5 of Jason Rothenberg's "The 100"? From what we know, the show's producers have been releasing a few stills from Season 5. They're giving us a small sneak peek at what Clarke and the rest of everyone have been up to. In addition to that, there's been an introduction of the cast in season 5, with the usual cast and some new faces. We have Mike Dopud as a serial killer named Vinson, Lola Flanery as Madi (Clarke's apparent daughter), Jordan Bolger as a space explorer named Zeke, Ivana Milicevic as a military strategist named Charmaine, and William Miller as the show's new "Big Bad". As stated by the cast at San Diego Comic Con, "Praimfaya" destroyed the world, and sent the show 6 years into the future. It s…
Does anyone know when Season 5 comes out?
I also really hope that Harper / Chelsey Reist gets on the main cast she's honestly really underrated.
There could have been a bigger story around it. I mean when Octavia said she would kill all of them, she couldn't. They were the only ones that could keep the bunker running. If they stood their ground, they could've won the fight. After all, they did find it themselves, and their ancestors built it.
Tacoman999 (talk) 00:18, July 7, 2017 (UTC)These are all of my personal opinions but, feel free to comment your opinion below.
It is offical that Thelonious Jaha will no longer be a main character in The 100 in Season 5. As of this moment it is unclear whether he will become a recurring character or not. However, many people have speculated that this means that Jaha will die. But, in my opinion I don't think he should die.
Now I know Jaha's actor Isaiah Washington may be on another schedule but, I feel like Jaha could have great potential in Season 5. If he were to die, the only way I would accept his death is if he died trying to protect his people or dieing heroically. If he died up on The Ark I would have accepted it since it would have b…
Hi Fellow Fanpeoples,
With ths sharp separation of the Grounders, Mountain Men and for most seasons the people of the Ark, what do these different groups represent to you? What social dynamics or groups in our real world do you think of, when you consider the different cultures in the Hundred?
What do the Grounders represent to you? The Mountain Men? Azgeda?
I have notions of my own but I don't want to prime anyone...