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This one would make my father proud.
— Jordan on his plan to stop the Disciples. [src]

Jordan Jasper Green is a major character in the sixth and seventh seasons, after appearing as a minor character in the fifth season. He is portrayed by starring cast member Shannon Kook and made his debut in the Season Five finale.

He is the son of Monty Green and Harper McIntyre, and was born on the Eligius IV. He grew up aboard the ship knowing only his parents. When he was 26, he was put into cryosleep for almost a century by his parents. After he awoke, Jordan was the one to wake up Clarke Griffin and Bellamy Blake to show them their new home.

In Season Seven, after settling in at Sanctum, he becomes a member of the Faithful, in order to bring peace between the factions in Sanctum, but was later rejected by the Faithful, after Clarke beats up Russell and tried to have him executed by the next day. Later, he joins a mission to rescue his missing friends, who are captured by a military regime, known as the Disciples. After arriving on Bardo, Jordan discovers that the Disciples mistranslated the information in the Bardoan texts and believes that it is a test to determine the fate of the human race, not a war.

In the series finale, after humanity's transcendence, Jordan chooses to return to human form and to live out the rest of his life on Earth with his friends, so that Clarke will not be alone by herself. He is now part of Clarke's group on a regenerated Earth, which is now a habitable planet again.

Early Life

He was born to Monty Green and Harper McIntyre on board the Eligius IV on May 10, 2158. He lived there with his parents for 26 years before they put him in cryosleep on November 3, 2184. He was in cryosleep for 97 years until 2281.

Throughout the Series

In Damocles (Part 2), Clarke Griffin and Bellamy Blake are awoken from cryosleep by Jordan. He tells them that he is the son of Monty Green and Harper McIntyre. Clarke ask how long were they asleep and Jordan replies that they have been asleep for the past 125 years. He goes on to show them video diaries his parents made and the new world that the survivors aboard Eligius IV can call home.

In Sanctum, he helped wake up Abigail Griffin, Raven Reyes, Echo, Nathan Miller, Eric Jackson, and Miles Shaw from cryosleep. Later he remembers that his father left some algae to help save Marcus Kane. He and Raven discover that Planet Alpha is a moon.

In Red Sun Rising, Jordan is part of Raven's group that flies to the moon's surface to join their friends in Sanctum.

In The Children of Gabriel, Jordan becomes attracted to a Sanctum girl named Delilah. Delilah tells him that the following day would be her Naming Day where she would become one of the Primes, Priya Desai VII. Jordan spends most of his time with her. When Delilah asks him to tell her stories, Jordan tells her everything he heard about Clarke from his parents including the fact that Clarke is Wanheda ("Commander of Death"). Delilah passes on this information to Russell and Simone Lightbourne. As a result, Russell denies Clarke's request for her people to stay in Sanctum. Luckily, Russell changes his mind when Clarke saves Delilah from the Children of Gabriel.

In The Face Behind the Glass, Delilah wants to spend her last day having fun with Jordan before becoming a Prime. Jordan tells her about how he grew up alone in Eligius IV where the only other people besides his parents where those frozen in cryostasis (the faces behind the glass). Before her Naming Day Ceremony, Delilah asks Jordan to not let her be just another face behind the glass. After the Naming Ceremony, Jordan is shocked when Delilah (now Priya VII) doesn't recognize him.

In The Gospel of Josephine, Jordan becomes suspicious that something isn't right with Delilah. He sets out on a mission to investigate Sanctum. At first, his friends, Bellamy and Murphy don't think there's anything to worry about. Jordan finds his way into the room where Delilah's Naming Ritual took place. He finds that the room is filled with skeletons that have the Flame sign. This makes Gaia and Bellamy suspicious of Sanctum as well. Jordan finds a door that leads into a secret lab. He unlocks the computer using Eligius Corporation access code. In the computer, he finds a video log showing how Gabriel Santiago figured out how to use Mind Drives to upload the entire consciousness of the Primes into a new host. The Primes have been using this to bring their families back to life by taking on the bodies of Nightbloods. Jordan calls this murder because the host loses control of their body and minds. Bellamy apologizes to Jordan for not believing his suspicions of Sanctum right away.

In The Old Man and the Anomaly, Jordan takes part in the plans to save Clarke from Josephine Lightbourne. Since Clarke survived the implantation of a Mind Drive, Jordan expresses hope that Delilah could also be saved. Later, after Madi snaps and kills Miranda Prime and her lover, Jordan stops Madi from killing Priya and gets stabbed in the abdomen in the process. Stabbing Jordan seems to snap Madi back to herself while Priya tenderly comforts him.

After the stabbing, both Russell and Priya note Jordan's heroism. Russell promises that they will do everything they can to save Jordan's life to repay him for saving Priya's.

In Ashes to Ashes, Russell reveals to John Murphy that Jordan survived his wounds and was spared due to his heroic actions. As thanks for saving her, Priya has been personally seeing to Jordan's recovery.

In The Blood of Sanctum, Jordan is fed the Blood of Sanctum as part of the Adjustment Protocol before being rescued by his friends and Gabriel Santiago. However, Jordan proves to be deep under the influence and is left in an unresponsive trance.

The next morning, Jordan returns to normal with the rest of the people affected by the Red Sun toxin. Jordan tells Bellamy that he is going to remain on Sanctum to help clean up their mess. Jordan brings up Bellamy's role in the death of Priya, but Bellamy tells him that the truth got Priya killed. "The truth, according to who?" questions Jordan. Jordan points out that while Sanctum wasn't perfect, the people at least had peace before they got there. While they were talking, an Adjustor named Trey watches them. Jordan assures Bellamy that he is okay and looks at Priya's Mind Drive in his hand as Bellamy walks away.

Jordan working with the Adjusters.

In From the Ashes, Jordan attempts to act as an intermediary between the Adjusters and the other factions on Sanctum. With the Adjusters demanding proof that Russell Lightbourne is safe, Clarke sends in Jordan as a compromise as everyone trusts him. Jordan attempts to convince the depressed Russell to eat, drink or sleep without success before returning to Russell Priya's Mind Drive. Russell quickly realizes that Jordan has been Adjusted and suspects that Jordan has been brainwashed into believing in the divinity of the Primes. However, Jordan states that he does not believe in the Primes and simply believes that Russell is only just a man who made bad choices. Jordan reveals that he saw the Temporal Anomaly while under the influence of the Blood of Sanctum and the two discuss their fascination with it. Russell suggests that it is Jordan's duty now to figure it out before destroying Priya's Mind Drive and ordering Jordan out unless Jordan is willing to kill him. Jordan departs, leaving Russell alone once again.

Jordan continues to act as an intermediary with the Adjusters, though his efforts earn him scorn when things take a bad turn. After Clarke inadvertently sets the palace on fire, Jordan can be seen recovering from smoke inhalation as Clarke delivers a speech declaring a new future for Sanctum and the execution of Russell the next day. Standing near Clarke on the balcony during her speech, Jordan watches the crowd cheer in shock and exchanges a look with Trey.

In Hesperides, Jordan joins Raven in examining the armor of a dead Disciple, commenting that the last time that they had worked together, they realized that Sanctum was a moon and not a planet. Jordan reveals that he has been stabbed since then, causing Raven to apologize for not coming for Jordan sooner. One of Jordan's comments causes Raven to realize that the armor is controlled by thought and she discovers from the HUD that the Anomaly is a wormhole and that Clarke is in trouble.

Later, as Clarke, Niylah, Gaia and Nathan Miller are in a standoff with the Disciples, Jordan suddenly interrupts to their surprise. Jordan orders his friends to duck as Raven, wearing the Disciple armor and cloaked, kills all of the Disciples with the armor's weapons. Noticing Raven's upset state, Jordan comforts her, but Raven states that she just killed eight people which is not okay. Jordan joins all but Gaia in traveling through the Anomaly in search of their friends, receiving a gun from Gaia as he departs. Arriving on the ice planet of Nakara, Jordan suggests moving to the next world only to have Raven state that they need an Anomaly Stone which they don't have, leaving the group stranded on Nakara.

In Nakara, Raven examines her armor's HUD and learns that they are on Nakara which has a function of Ossuarium as Clarke calls for their missing friends and they realize that they are on the wrong planet though Niylah quips that she thinks the planet is "pretty cool" in a joke about Nakara's frozen state. Raven locates the Anomaly Stone 2 kilometers away in a cave using the armor's HUD. Clarke spots something in the snow nearby and she and Raven uncover a body wrapped in a burial shroud. Raven realizes that Ossuarium means a burial ground and recognizes the symbol on the shroud from the star map, giving them the right planet to travel to next. Uncovering the body's face, Clarke discovers that it is that of a human and not an alien as Jordan had hoped. The group sets out across the ice field to find the Anomaly Stone and get their friends back.

Jordan trying to escape the cave.

Reaching the cave entrance, Raven leads her friends inside, telling them that the Stone is 200 meters away. Raven activates a light in her helmet and begins making her way towards the Stone, commenting that she hopes none of the group is claustrophobic as they are forced to crawl through a narrow tunnel. The group realizes that it suddenly smells while Raven states that the temperature is up 50 degrees from the surface which she figures means that there is a thermal heat source of some kind down there. As the group approaches an opening, they begin hearing strange noises and Raven spots something moving ahead of her. As Raven stops, knowing that something is down there, a spider-like creature attacks, chewing at Raven's helmet. Finally, Raven deploys her armor's blade and strikes at the creature, forcing it to retreat, but leaving Raven's helmet damaged.

Needing to reach the Stone, Raven leads the others through the opening into a larger chamber where she removes her helmet and catches her breath. Raven brushes off Jordan's questions about the creature as she examines her damaged helmet, but Niylah discovers that the tunnel opening has suddenly sealed behind them, preventing the group from retreating to the surface. When Jordan touches the wall where the opening used to be, he discovers that it is acidic and Raven states that they aren't going that way anyway, puts her helmet back on and continues leading the group towards the Anomaly Stone.

Raven eventually leads the group to within 40 meters of the Stone, but reaches a dead end with the Stone on the other side of a wall. As Raven suggests backtracking to find another route, Jordan states that its not a good idea as the sounds of more of the creatures are heard. Suddenly, the ground shakes and another wall separates Raven and Clarke from Jordan, Miller and Niylah. Miller and Jordan desperately call out for Clarke and Raven who, at the same time, realize that they are not in a cave but instead a living organism. Together, Miller and Jordan bang on the wall, but Niylah orders them to stop, pointing out how useless it is and stating that they need to think of something else. Under attack by more of the spider-like creatures, the three open fire, causing the creature they are inside of to shift again and reopen the wall between the two groups.

The group discovers that this latest shift has also opened the path to the Anomaly Stone. However, Raven discovers that her damaged helmet makes the map too blurry to read and struggles to identify the correct planet from the symbol discovered on the burial shroud. Raven attempts to think the map into focus and refuses to just pick another planet at random and risk ending up on the wrong one as Niylah insists that she should do. Looking at a piece of cloth on the ground, Miller realizes that the symbol on it looks familiar and draws Niylah's attention to it. Niylah is shocked to recognize the symbol as that of the Second Dawn, the cult that built the bunker in Polis. Niylah questions how there could be people there from the bunker, but Miller suggests that it has to be just a coincidence.

With more of the creatures approaching, Miller, Niylah, Jordan and Clarke hold them off as Raven finally locates the right code and opens the Anomaly which scares off the creatures. Clarke orders everyone to have their weapons ready as they don't know what's waiting for them on the other side and leads them through the Anomaly.

In The Queen's Gambit, the group arrives on Bardo where, to their shock and grief, Gabriel reveals Bellamy's apparent death.

In A Little Sacrifice, Jordan and Niylah remain behind in the Anomaly Stone room with Bill Cadogan and Gabriel Santiago as Clarke, Miller and Raven search for their friends. Cadogan shows the three logs left behind by the native Bardoans talking about the last war that the Disciples believe will lead them to transcendence. After Cadogan is gone, Jordan goes through the logs and realizes that the language might be structured like Korean which Monty had taught him. As a result, Jordan thinks that the Disciples mistranslated the logs which Jordan translates to suggest not a last war but a test for a single individual who enters the code into the Stone while representing their entire species. Jordan insists that this makes more sense than a war and Gabriel decides to have them keep it to themselves as Bill Cadogan is not the right man to represent humanity in such a test if Jordan is in fact right.


Jordan is described by his parents to be as smart as his father and kind like his mother. Due to his upbringing in the spaceship, Eligius IV, after everybody went to cryosleep, Jordan did not have much social contact. Not counting his parents, Clarke and Bellamy are the first people he meets. Therefore, he does not quite know how to talk to other people and he got nervous when he did. He talks a lot and laughs nervously. Nevertheless, Jordan is very friendly and is excited to meet everyone on board of Eligius IV.

He appears at first as the more innocent counterpart to his more troubled and traumatized friends. It is later shown how much turmoil Jordan experienced as the only person growing up. He has a desire for community and a real need to connect. He can come across as awkward and shy, with random bursts of extroversion. Jordan has a great honor he holds for his family, and is seen talking and respecting them often. He can grow defensive about them as well. He has a very good with the flow attitude but can be jokingly cocky about his skills.

Jordan is naturally comfort and his love language is seen to be opening up. He’s always communicating with his friends and sympathizing by saying what he’s been through. Though his personality can be a bit much he usually means well.

Physical Appearance

Jordan has tan skin, brown eyes and black hair with blonde highlights.


Priya Desai

Jordan cared for Priya as she was in Delilah's body, and he saved her from being killed by Madi. Priya helped Jordan to recover fom his injuries. He had Priya's Mind Drive, until it was destroyed by Russell.

Delilah Workman

He and Delilah had a brief sexual relationship, his first such relationship, until she was used as a host for Priya Desai. After her death, Jordan continued to be affected by her loss and experessed hope that she could be saved after discovering Clarke's survival.

Harper McIntyre and Monty Green

Harper was Jordan's mom, while Monty was Jordan's dad. He and his parents were in a loving relationship. When seeing the videos left by Monty, this saddens Jordan.

Bellamy Blake

Main: Bellamy and Jordan

Jordan first meets Bellamy when he wakes him and Clarke from cryosleep. Bellamy cares for Jordan as he promised Monty he would take care of him.

John Murphy

"Jordan is doing great, though. He's a happy kid. I, um, took a page from Clarke's parenting book. He knows all about you guys. Believe it or not, Murphy's his favorite."
"It was a rebellious phase.
- Monty and an embarrassed Jordan.[src]
When he was a child, Jordan's favorite in his parents stories was Murphy, much to the surprise of his father. As an adult, Jordan appears to be embarrassed about this, calling it a rebellious phase. He and Murphy have little direct interaction, but after learning that he wasn't portrayed in such a great light in the stories Hope Diyoza heard, Murphy can't help teasing Jordan about having been Jordan's favorite.

Hope Diyoza

Main article: Jordan and Hope
Jordan first meets Hope on Bardo just after her mother has died. They bond over the loss of their parents and they quickly learn to care for each other deeply. After the human race transcends, they choose to return and are happily dating and living with their friends on Earth.


Season Five
Episode Appearance Status
Red QueenAbsent
Sleeping GiantsAbsent
Pandora's BoxAbsent
Shifting SandsAbsent
Exit WoundsAbsent
Acceptable LossesAbsent
How We Get to PeaceAbsent
Sic Semper TyrannisAbsent
The Warriors WillAbsent
The Dark YearAbsent
Damocles (Part 1)Absent
Damocles (Part 2)Appears
Season Six
Episode Appearance Status
Red Sun RisingAppears
The Children of GabrielAppears
The Face Behind the GlassAppears
The Gospel of JosephineAppears
Memento MoriMentioned
NevermindCredit Only
The Old Man and the AnomalyAppears
What You Take With YouCredit Only
Ashes to AshesMentioned
Adjustment ProtocolCredit Only
The Blood of SanctumAppears
Season Seven
Episode Appearance Status
From the AshesAppears
The GardenCredit Only
False GodsAppears
Welcome to BardoMentioned
The Queen's GambitAppears
The FlockMentioned
A Little SacrificeAppears
The StrangerAppears
Blood GiantMentioned
A Sort of HomecomingAppears
The Dying of the LightAppears
The Last WarAppears


Jordan Green: "Alpha is not a planet, it's a moon."
-- Sanctum
Jordan Green: "My father saved us all."
-- Red Sun Rising

Jordan Green: "Hey. It's okay. You did it."
Raven Reyes: "I just killed eight people. Nothing about that is okay.
-- Hesperides
Jordan Green: "Ladies and gentlemen, Clarke Griffin has left the planet."
-- Hesperides
Clarke Griffin: "Is everyone okay?"
Niylah: "You like this planet better, Miller?"
Jordan Green: "I say we try the next one."
Raven Reyes: "Yeah. Only one problem. We need an Anomaly Stone for that."
-- Hesperides
Clarke Griffin: "Human."
Jordan Green: "Bummer. What? Seeing an alien would be awesome."
-- Nakara
Nathan Miller: "How about you find us a planet with a beach?"
Jordan Green: "Yeah, preferably one that doesn't eat people."
Raven Reyes: "I'm on it."
-- Nakara

Killed Victims

So far, Jordan has not directly or indirectly killed anyone.

Notes and Trivia

  • His full name is Jordan Jasper Green. Both his first and middle name are in honor of Monty's best friend, Jasper Jordan.
  • Jordan is the first character whose middle name has been stated in the series.
  • His grandfather was Korean and Monty taught Jordan the language.
  • He, Brell and Lindo are the only characters that were introduced in Season Five who are known to be still alive.
  • Just like how Clarke told Madi stories about the 100, Jordan grew up hearing about them too. His parents also told him about Spacekru and the six years on the Go-Sci Ring. When he was eight, his favorite person from these stories was John Murphy – Jordan claims he was going through a rebellious phase and seems embarrassed by it. Murphy in turn couldn't help but to tease Jordan about this fact in "A Sort of Homecoming."
  • The character was initially reported to be named "Lucas".[1] However, "Lucas" was a decoy name.[2]
  • He is biologically older than Madi but younger chronologically.  
  • He was born on the 106 year anniversary of the Nuclear Apocalypse.
  • Jordan is one of very few major or recurring characters who hasn't ever directly or indirectly killed anyone.
  • He might have inherited or be a carrier for Harper's genetic disorder.
  • He is the only known person to be born on Eligius IV.
  • Jordan was the third main character to debut after the first season. (Echo was the first, Roan was the second)
  • Jordan and Murphy are the only 2 male main characters who are still alive till the end of the series.
  • Shannon Kook was the first actor who was promoted to series regular without any announcement, the second being JR Bourne for Season Seven.
    • It was only announced when Jason Rothenberg post Season 6 title sequence on his Twitter on April 3, 2019. [3]
  • Shannon Kook states that at end of Season Six, Jordan was supposed to kill Trey when he was under adjustment, but the scene got cut.[4]


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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