El enlace está vinculado a la sugerencia que dejó a continuación, en la página que podría crearse. La página The Walking Dead es un ejemplo de cómo podría verse (por supuesto, con los personajes de los 100)
It had occurred to me to make a page like that of twd in which all the groups and the characters that compose it (you would see a photo, and their name below) would be put by type categories: sky people, terrestrial, deformed terrestrial , mountain men, prisoners, sanctum citizens, gabriel's sons, disciples and the following groups to be shown.
I don't know how to do it, that's why I write it, I know it would be very expensive and time consuming, but I think it would be good.
this is the twd page
I have a question, the unnamed disciple, which appears on that page (disciples), is he kirsch, or is he the one who was credited as belevier father? (walcome to bard)
that is to say, that disciple is carried out by kyle warren or jonathan scarfe
more briefly, what actor makes the disciple without a name
As far as I understand the series, no one is time traveling (so far...). Rather the worlds have different time dilation (e.g. one second on Sanctum might be a year on Skyring), however, this time dilation may not be consistent.
When Octavia returned in s6e8, she had already spent 10 years on Skyring (and potentially more years on other worlds) - those years already happened - she cannot undo those years and return to Sanctum at a younger age. Hope is already 22 years old, those years already happened, she cannot be brought back to Sanctum as an infant because those years are already in the past. So anything from those earlier years is flashbacks... or at least that's how I'm understanding what's going on, though I'm open to better explanations.
I think by Flashbacks we should refer to any scenes that happened before the current timeline relative to the story on main characters. For example: Russell, Josephine & other primes in 6x02. Or appearance of the 100 in 3x13
Both those examples are simple since they happened when we had a singular time flow. Now, we're dealing with time dilation with different worlds having time pass at different rates – where one character may experience a year while another experiences a minute. So I understand where the confusion between 'flashback' vs 'future' comes in.
The specific issue are the Octavia & Diyoza scenes that happened in s7e2. Wellsworth96 said "Not a flashback because it happens in the future". However, all those Octavia & Diyoza scenes happened during the brief time Octavia was gone in s6e8, so those scenes are Octavia's past.
The time dilution creates a lot of confusion. The present on Sanctum is situation we saw with Clarke and the others in s7e1. The present on Skyring is Gabriel, Echo, Hope, and Orlando. The present for Octavia is being taken by the Disciples in s6e13.
While the time flow of all the worlds are going forward, we can still try to determine past vs present. However, if we get some backward travel (e.g. Jack and Jill are on Skyring together, Jack goes to Sanctum while Jill stays on Skyring for another year, Jill than goes to Sanctum and arrives a month before Jack arrived), then all conception of past/present/future will go out the window - but we're not dealing with that (yet).
Honestly I think that time dilation thing was added just for a dramatic effect and to fill in some holes they created last season. Because HEG would need to team up with the rest eventually.
Like cmon, Octavia spent 10 years there and came back less than a minute after she entered. If HEG are going to spent there another 5 years and find a way back, they should've come back to Sanctum ~30 seconds after they came in.
Which obviously didnt happen because 7x01 was like 2 days long and yet they are not there.
So i'm pretty sure show will adjust time with huge amount of magic so it will be in a straight line
I just thought it was redundant since both Eligius ships got called that: Bellamy called Eligius III that when discussing the mission in Sanctum and I'm pretty sure Gabriel or Becca called it that when talking about the Memory Drive in the newest episode. Just seems to be used as a catchall term for anything that's not a transport ship in the show.
Well, I looked at Brell’s photos, her tattoo are higher on side forehead, but the woman in that photo, have tattoo on side close to eye. Brell’s tattoo on forehead are scar like. You could be still right.