We are who we choose to be. We don't owe anyone our pain.
— To Echo [src]


Niylah is a recurring character in the third, fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh seasons. She is portrayed by Jessica Harmon and debuts in "Wanheda (Part 1)".

Niylah is a Grounder who ran a trading post with her father. She was born to a Trikru father and an Azgeda mother, though she identifies and lived as Trikru. She secretly traded supplies with Clarke during the latter's self-exile, and later helped Clarke evade the Azgeda bounty hunters. After A.L.I.E.'s defeat, she left the trading post and lived in Arkadia for awhile.

She slept with Clarke at the beginning of Season Three and again in Season Four. Although they do not pursue a romantic relationship, Niylah remained as an emotional support to Clarke in Season Four, and then as a friend later on.

As the Second Nuclear Apocalypse approached, Niylah found herself viewed as a traitor by Trikru because she lived with the Sky People, while also being rejected as an outsider by the Sky People. Octavia ended up saving Niylah before the Second Culling by giving her one of the Sky People's spots in the Second Dawn Bunker.

She became deeply loyal to Octavia and Wonkru during the subsequent six years in the bunker. When she found out that Madi is a Nightblood-by-birth, she intended to tell Octavia against Clarke's wishes, but gave Clarke one day to tell Octavia herself. After the Battle for Eden and with the impending Damocles Event, Niylah joined the remaining Wonkru members and went into space on Eligius IV.

Since then, Niylah has remained a loyal ally to Octavia, Clarke and Wonkru. When some of her friends, including Octavia, were taken by the Disciples, she volunteered to join Clarke's rescue team to bring them back. After transcending with the human race in the series finale, Niylah chooses to return to Earth to live out the rest of her life with her friends.

Early Life

Niylah was born on Earth to an Azgeda mother and a Trikru father. She grew up as a member of Trikru with both her parents, though they had to live far out in the woods so that no one would see her mother's Azgeda scars. At some point, her mother was captured and taken to Mount Weather as part of the Harvest Project, leaving her with just her father.

Niylah ran a trading post with her father in the Trikru area near the Azgeda border, known as Sector 7 by Arkadia. At one point, they acquired one of the Delinquents' monitoring wristbands.

Throughout the Series

In Wanheda (Part 1), Niylah helps run a trading post with her father. Clarke waits for her father to leave before she arrives with a black panther she has recently killed in the woods to trade for supplies. Clarke and Niylah chat in Trigedasleng and Niylah offers her a drink. Clarke notices Niylah is wearing one of the Delinquents' wristbands. Clarke asks Niylah about how she got the wristband, but they are interrupted by Roan and another warrior looking for Clarke. Roan notices Clarke before asking if Niylah has seen the woman in a picture he is carrying around. Niylah tells Roan that Clarke was there two days ago and that is how she got the wristband but Clarke left to travel north, following "Eden's Path" into the Ice Nation. Roan and the other warrior leave to find Clarke. Clarke asks Niylah when did she figure out who she was and Niylah tells her since the beginning. Niylah switches to English and offers her a drink again while they wait for Roan and his companion to leave. Clarke asks why Niylah is helping her. Niylah reveals that her mother was taken by the Mountain Men and Clarke stopped the Reaping.

Clarke and Niylah have sex

Niylah later helps Clarke clean the wounds she sustained while killing the panther. Niylah asks about the Mountain and Clarke says she did what she had to do. Niylah tells her she wiped out their greatest enemy by herself. Clarke kisses Niylah and they have sex.

Clarke later wakes up from a nightmare next to Niylah. She gets dressed and leaves the trading post, but is captured by Roan.

In Wanheda (Part 2), Niylah is seen being beaten and thrown around inside her trading post by Roan's partner. The Grounder wants to know where Wanheda, Clarke, is. However, Niylah refuses to give him any information. The Grounder pulls out a knife and says he will only ask once more, and then threatens to cut off her hand if she doesn't tell. Before she can answer, Bellamy, Kane, Monty, Hannah, Indra, and Pike enter the room. Bellamy shoots and kills the Grounder. Indra realizes that the Grounder was a bounty hunter. Indra then reassures Niylah that they are there to help and tells her that they are looking for Clarke, but she points out that he was, too, gesturing to the deceased bounty hunter. Niylah recognizes them as Skaikru, as Bellamy begs her to help them. Niylah ends up telling them that Clarke had been there last night, but that she was gone when she woke up. Kane asks Niylah if Clarke gave her any indication of where she was headed, and Niylah says she didn't but the bounty hunter did. Niylah then explains that the bounty hunter claimed that his partner from Ice Nation came back for her. She wishes them the best of luck before they leave.

In Nevermore, Clarke and the group need a wristband to fry A.L.I.E. from Raven's mind. So they go to Niylah and when she refuses to help them, Bellamy aims at her and violently tells her to let them in. Later, when possessed Raven reveals that Bellamy was the one who slaughtered her father, Niylah runs in and slaps Bellamy exposing their location to A.L.I.E.

After Raven is freed from A.L.I.E and the group is leaving, Clarke tells Niylah to stay safe from the AI and Octavia trades a lantern for a new outfit and Niylah nods.

In The Tinder Box, she is seen at Arkadia returning from a hunting trip and trading with Monty for some Moonshine. Monty comments on how her supplies are a bit light, but Niylah says its because their hunters are "slipping". Niylah then reunites with Clarke, and the two hug. Clarke asks about how bad the hunting trip really was, and Niylah tells Clarke to ease up, and that next time they will be able to gather up more. Clarke asks about the radio she told Niylah to charge, and Niylah said she did so. Their conversation is interrupted when a Grounder named Ilian appears with a wounded and unconscious Octavia.

Niylah and Octavia find Ilian

Later Niylah checks up on Octavia in medical bay. Octavia wakes up, saying that she "has to warn them", which Niylah says Octavia already did so, and the Sky People have went off to do business with Azgeda. Octavia asks how she survived, and Niylah says it was Ilian who did so, which concerns Octavia, and says they have to find him as soon as possible. Niylah helps Octavia out of bed and the two go searching for Ilian. Octavia explains that she used her injury to get into Arkaida so he could perform his plan. Eventually the duo find Ilian, right before he's about to light up the server room. They try to plead with Ilian, saying his actions will destroy the whole ship. Their words fall on death ears, and Illian sets aflame to the server room, causing an explosion which sends Niylah and Octavia jumping away to escape.

Later after the explosion, Niylah and Octavia are seen laying unconcious on the ground, while the alarm is going off and Sky People are fleeing the wreckage. Ilian carries out Octavia while Niylah helps them. As the two escape the wrecakgd along with everyone else, Clarke goes to help out Niylah who's coughing up quite a bit, and then hands her off to Monty.

In We Will Rise, she is seen sleeping with Clarke. She insists that Clarke rest but Clarke says she needs to help bring the Hydrazine to Becca's Island for her mom and Raven. Niylah tells Clarke that Lexa would be proud of her and Clarke asks that she remain in Arkadia so she will be given nightblood once it's made.

Later, Niylah is treating Octavia's leg in Arkadias medical bay. She notices how Ilian is cuffed to his bed, while his guards have disappeared. Niylah comments on this, but Octavia fails to respond. Niylah then walks away, feeling uneasy tension in the room.

Afterwards, Niylah walks into a room where a Sky Person Geoff Hardy is giving a speech about how Ilian's actions have condemned their people, and that he needs to be dealt with. Niylah goes to inform Monty and Jasper that Ilian is in danger, and Monty decides to relay this information to Kane. This attempt fails however, as a mob gathers up and brings Ilian outside to execute him. Niylah travels along with the mob to witness the execution, but is quickly interrupted when a fake alarm for the acid rain goes off, prompting her and the rest of the crowd to rush back inside.

In God Complex, Niylah and the sky people gather around for those that perished from the black rain. Here, she performs a grounder ceremony for those that died. She speaks in Trigedasleng while laying seeds upon the bodies. Harper McIntyre approaches Niylah and asks her what that means, and Niylah translates it "From the earth, we will grow. From the ashes, we will ride." Thelonious Jaha asks her about the phrase she just spoke, and Niylah tells Jaha that it's just what they say when they ready their dead to burn, and that he should inquire a Flamekeeper about it.

In DNR, Niylah can be seen when Jaha explains to the remaining Sky People that they have found a Bunker somewhere within Polis, and are able to reside in it for the second apocalypse. Later when she is packing up to leave for the bunker, she runs into Harper who realizes is choosing to stay instead of leave. Niylah is saddened but understands her choice and gives her goodbyes, and walks away.

In The Other Side, it is revealed Niylah was amongst the Sky People that managed to sneak into the bunker whilst the Final Conclave was taking place. Clarke finds her resting in the sleeping quarters they rest together. Niylah comforts Clarke as she has a major epiphany about how they left so many people outside of the bunker, including some of her own friends.

Niylah is being outed by the Sky People

In The Chosen, she is viewed as a traitor by Trikru because she was living with the Sky People. However, many of the Sky People do not want her either and Geoff Hardy attempts to have her thrown outside. Octavia arrives and stops them. Octavia orders that Niylah gets one of Skaikru's spots, saving Niylah's life.

In Praimfaya, she is seen amongst the crowd of survivors within the bunker, listening to Octavia's final speech before the death wave hits over Polis.

In a flashback in Red Queen, 46 days after Praimfaya, she comes to Thelonious Jaha in the bunks as he is finishing reading a story to Ethan Hardy, and asks him to help her fix the wheel on her cart. As Thelonious finishes Grounders barge in, Thelonious orders Niylah and Ethan to hide under a bed. The grounders then attack Thelonious. In Damocles (Part 1), she is helping tend to the wounded and dead. In Damocles (Part 2), she helps get everyone on board the Gagarin, before the valley is destroyed by the bomb and is put into cryosleep for 125 years.

In Sanctum, she is woken up from cryosleep after 125 years. She helps Abigail Griffin with Marcus Kane's surgery and is told wake up all of Skaikru except Octavia Blake to get their blood for a transfusion, however she rebels and wakes Octavia anyway. In The Old Man and the Anomaly, she still awake onboard Eligius IV. When the Gagarin from Sanctum arrives, she prepares the Lab to perform surgery on Kane. She also helps Abby to bring Marcus out of cryosleep and move him on the operation table where they can wipe his mind on a Mind Drive. In What You Take With You, she briefly seen in the cafeteria talking to Marcus and other Sky People. She later helps Indra gain control of the Gagarin to keep Simone from descending to the Sanctum. In Adjustment Protocol, Niylah, Indra and a large armed group wait at the airlock when the Gagarin docks. Niylah is shocked to discover Gaia, Madi and Raven being held hostage by Russell Lightbourne, Simone in the host of Abby and Clarke posing as Josephine Lightbourne.

In Hesperides, Niylah, Nathan Miller and Gaia cover Clarke as she meets with Captain Meredith of the Disciples who reveals that their friends have escaped from Penance and demands her surrender. Several Disciples decloak and threaten Niylah, Miller and Gaia to get Clarke to comply, but Jordan Green arrives with Raven Reyes who uses the armor of a dead Disciple to kill the others.

Along with the rest of the group, Niylah enters the room with the Anomaly Stone where Raven explains that the Temporal Anomaly leads "everywhere." Niylah agrees to join the mission to find their missing friends though Gaia chooses to remain behind to protect Madi. Raven chooses a planet from the star map, but when they arrive, they find it to be an icy wasteland with no sign of an Anomaly Stone to leave. Niylah sarcastically asks Miller if he likes this planet better due to his comment before they left about being tired of Sanctum.

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.

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, Clarke, Miller, Niylah, Jordan and Raven emerge from the Anomaly on Bardo and immediately hold the gathered Disciples at gunpoint. To their surprise, Gabriel Santiago is amongst the gathered Disciples and tells them that the Disciples have been awaiting Clarke's arrival. To their shock and grief, Gabriel tells them that while Echo and Octavia are there, Bellamy is dead.

In Anaconda, the group struggles to absorb the news of Bellamy's apparent death. Miller orders Jordan and Niylah to hold the room and the two guard the entryway. Bill Cadogan arrives and asks the group to release his people in exchange for himself which Clarke agrees to. Clarke recognizes Cadogan and realizes why the Second Dawn logo was on the burial shroud, causing Cadogan to realize that the group must've come from Nakara. Covering Cadogan, a confused Niylah asks who he is in Trigedasleng with Clarke responding in the same language that Cadogan is the crazy cult leader who built the Second Dawn Bunker that Wonkru lived in for six years. To everyone's surprise, Cadogan understands the conversation, replying that the Second Dawn wasn't a cult. Niylah demands to know how he knows the language, but Cadogan asks her to slow down as the language has changed a great deal since he last heard it.

Since his daughter's language survived, Cadogan asks if his daughter is in the Key which Gabriel explains is what the Disciples call the Flame which they believe to be in Clarke's head. After Clarke reveals that Cadogan burned Becca at the stake, he asks if Callie's consciousness survives in the Flame which Clarke claims is the case, but is unwilling to help Cadogan due to Bellamy's apparent death. At Clarke's request, Cadogan has Octavia, Echo and Diyoza in, but to everyone's shock, they are in full Disciple armor, apparently fully brainwashed to the Disciple cause.

In A Little Sacrifice, Octavia, Echo and Diyoza refuse to come with Clarke's group, claiming to now be loyal to the Disciple cause and ready to fight in the last war. Sending away all but Cadogan, Clarke questions Gabriel on why they think that she has the Flame since Clarke only used it briefly to destroy A.L.I.E. After Gabriel explains that its because they saw Octavia's memories of the event, Niylah realizes the fact that Octavia, Echo and Diyoza didn't tell them otherwise means that their friends are only pretending to have changed sides. Clarke leaves Niylah, Jordan Green and Gabriel to guard Cadogan while she, Miller and Raven search for their friends.

As they guard Cadogan, Niylah comments in Trig on how awkward the situation is, causing Cadogan to ask her about his daughter Callie. Niylah tells Cadogan that Grounder legend depicts Callie as a brave and courageous person whose loss was mourned even by her enemies. Cadogan shows Jordan, Gabriel and Niylah logs the Disciples found when they arrived that were left by the native Bardoans talking about a last war and achieving transcendence, the source of the Disciples' belief system. Niylah quips that she likes the rhyming part better while Cadogan explains that the Bardoans didn't record the needed code and Niylah realizes that this is the reason that Cadogan needs Clarke. Cadogan confirms this, stating that the AI in her head, the Flame, knows the code that the Disciples need to begin mankind's last war. Niylah argues that "every war seems like the last war until the next" and Cadogan invites them to see for themselves while he gets lunch. Gabriel stops Jordan and Niylah from shooting Cadogan as they will lose their leverage and, taking Jordan's gun, goes after Cadogan himself while leaving Jordan and Niylah behind to guard the Stone room, much to their annoyance.

As they wait for Gabriel's return, Jordan goes through the Barodans' logs while Niylah contemplates the unlikelihood that everything will work out fine and they will be able to just walk out. Jordan suddenly realizes that the Bardoan language may be structured like the Korean language, explaining the significance to Niylah and how it means that the Disciples may have mistranslated the logs. Niylah is skeptical, but Jordan suggests that the Disciples were looking for the wrong answer and so might've missed the right one. Jordan tells Niylah that his version of the logs says nothing about violence and pain, only preparation and judgment which Niylah realizes sounds like a test which Jordan agrees would make sense.

Jordan and Niylah's conversation is interrupted by the return of Gabriel without either Cadogan or his gun, annoying Niylah. Niylah tells Gabriel about how Jordan has a theory and Jordan explains that he believes that the last war isn't a war at all but a test while Niylah continues to be skeptical about Jordan's theory. Jordan and Gabriel conclude that the test is probably to be taken by whoever enters the code, one individual representing their whole species. "No pressure there," Niylah quips while Jordan figures it makes more sense than a war. Gabriel decides not to have them tell the Disciples as Bill Cadogan is the wrong man to take a test to decide the fate of the human race. Niylah looks on as Jordan goes over his findings with Gabriel.

In The Stranger, Clarke agrees to help Cadogan find the Flame if he will release her friends. Providing them with Disciple helmets so that they will not lose their memory, Cadogan sends Miller, Niylah, Echo, Hope and Jordan through the Anomaly, though he closes it before either Raven or Gabriel can follow. Cadogan reveals that while he released the group, he didn't send them to Sanctum though they are safe. Instead, Cadogan sent them to a location that only he knows to ensure that Clarke will keep her word and they will be freed once the last war begins.

Personality

Niylah is an observant and compassionate individual. She is also shown to not liking wars and conflicts, unlike most Grounders. After first only admiring Clarke for what she did at the Mountain, Niylah quickly realizes that what Clarke really needs is not praise but just a person to be there for her so she gives it to her. This trait of empathy is also what makes her so loyal to Wonkru: just like she saw Clarke under the mask of Wanheda, she saw Octavia underneath Blodreina which is what kept her by the woman's side despite everything that happened in the bunker.

Niylah also appears to be somewhat of a free spirit. She tells Clarke in "We Will Rise" that she is not looking for anything more than sex, noting that this is how she lives her life.

Physical Appearance

Niylah is of average female height and has long blonde hair that she keeps in a braid. She has hazel green eyes and has a black tattoo across her spine.

Relationships

Clarke Griffin

Main article: Clarke and Niylah

Niylah met Clarke when Clarke was hiding in Sector 7 after the fall of Mount Weather. Clarke waited for Niylah's father to leave every time before she brings Niylah her kills to trade for supplies. Niylah knows who Clarke is but keeps it a secret and protects her from Roan and other bounty hunters by lying about her whereabouts. Niylah helps treat Clarke's injuries. Later, that night they become intimate but, Clarke leaves her during the night.

Subsequently, the two remain close friends but do not pursue a romantic relationship.

Appearances

Season Three
Episode Appearance Status
Wanheda (Part 1)Appears
Wanheda (Part 2)Appears
Ye Who Enter HereAbsent
Watch the ThronesAbsent
HakeldamaAbsent
Bitter HarvestAbsent
ThirteenAbsent
Terms and ConditionsAbsent
Stealing FireAbsent
FallenAbsent
NevermoreAppears
DemonsAbsent
Join or DieAbsent
Red Sky at MorningMentioned
Perverse Instantiation (Part 1)Absent
Perverse Instantiation (Part 2)Absent
Season Four
Episode Appearance Status
EchoesAbsent
Heavy Lies the CrownAbsent
The Four HorsemenMentioned
A Lie GuardedAbsent
The Tinder BoxAppears
We Will RiseAppears
Gimme ShelterAbsent
God ComplexAppears
DNRAppears
Die All, Die MerrilyAbsent
The Other SideAppears
The ChosenAppears
PraimfayaAppears
Season Five
Episode Appearance Status
EdenAppears
Red QueenAppears
Sleeping GiantsAbsent
Pandora's BoxAbsent
Shifting SandsAbsent
Exit WoundsAppears
Acceptable LossesAbsent
How We Get to PeaceAbsent
Sic Semper TyrannisAppears
The Warriors WillAbsent
The Dark YearAppears
Damocles (Part 1)Appears
Damocles (Part 2)Appears
Season Six
Episode Appearance Status
SanctumAppears
Red Sun RisingAppears
The Children of GabrielAbsent
The Face Behind the GlassAbsent
The Gospel of JosephineAbsent
Memento MoriAbsent
NevermindAbsent
The Old Man and the AnomalyAppears
What You Take With YouAppears
MatryoshkaAbsent
Ashes to AshesAbsent
Adjustment ProtocolAppears
The Blood of SanctumAppears
Season Seven
Episode Appearance Status
From the AshesAppears
The GardenAbsent
False GodsAbsent
HesperidesAppears
Welcome to BardoMentioned
NakaraAppears
The Queen's GambitAppears
AnacondaAppears
The FlockAbsent
A Little SacrificeAppears
EthereaMentioned
The StrangerAppears
Blood GiantMentioned
A Sort of HomecomingAppears
The Dying of the LightAbsent
The Last WarAppears

Quotes

Niylah (to Clarke): "You killed our greatest enemy. You wiped them out by yourself."
-- in Wanheda (Part 1)

Killed Victims

Notes and Trivia

  • Jessica Harmon is the sister of Richard Harmon, who plays John Murphy.
  • Niylah was named for Queen Nia
  • Niylah is one of the nine LGBTQ+ characters in The 100 canon; the other eight characters are Clarke, Lexa, Costia, Bryan, Jackson, Nathan Miller, Zev, and Daniel Lee.
  • Niylah's father was a Trikru warrior and one of the sleeping warriors massacred by Charles Pike, Bellamy Blake, Hannah Green, and seven others.
  • Niylah's mother was Azgeda
  • Niylah is Clarke's only lover to still be alive.
  • During the first half of Season Four, she resided in Arkadia. She is the second Grounder to do so. The first was Lincoln.
  • Since Roan died in Season 4, Niylah and Macallan are the only characters introduced in Season 3 to still be alive.
  • So far, Niylah has never directly killed anyone.
  • Niylah is one of the friendly Grounders that presented on the show, she was kind to the Sky People, even though she was angry with them at one time when she found out that Bellamy was one of the Sky People that killed 300 Triku warriors including her father, but however, she later restored her relationship with them, possibly due to Pike's death and the incoming event of Praimfaya, although it is implied that she now understands how the Sky People felt.
  • In "Wanheda (Part 1)," even though she viewed Clarke as a hero for killing the Mountain Men, Niylah was unaware that Clarke had killed many families in Mount Weather, including children.
  • Skaikru used Clarke's list to determine who gets a spot within the Second Dawn Bunker. Niylah was one of at least seven people to get a Skaikru spot but who were not on Clarke's list. At least three people on Clarke's list did not make it to the bunker.
  • Niylah worked as a medical assistant at Arkadia in season four and in season six onboard Eligius IV. It is possible that she also helped in medical in the Second Dawn Bunker during the six years.
  • Jessica Harmon said that she was only expected that Niylah would be only in 2 episodes. But she stayed on the show longer.[1]
  • Jessica Harmon has stated that, not really having concidered much of a personality for Niylah since she had been supposed to only appear in a few episodes, the writers took inspiration from the actress's personality. [2]

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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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