The 100 Wiki
The 100 Wiki

There's nothing like a little pain to remind you you're alive.
— Raven to Jasper [src]

Raven Reyes is a major character in the second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh seasons, after appearing as a recurring character in the first season. She is portrayed by starring cast member Lindsey Morgan and debuts in "Earth Skills".

While on Earth, Raven was the primary mechanic and explosives expert for the Delinquents. Raven is not part of the original the 100, however, she barters her way down to Earth with the help of Abigail Griffin to join her boyfriend, Finn Collins, by refurbishing an escape pod. Once on Earth, Raven builds a radio that allows the Delinquents to make contact with the Ark. She also created walkie-talkies, bullets, grenades and bombs for the 100, and even instructs Clarke Griffin and Jasper Jordan on how to rig the dropship to "blast off" in the Season One finale.

During the second season, Raven struggles with nerve damage in her left leg from a gunshot injury she received when John Murphy shot her on the dropship. She also has to deal with the after-effects of Finn's massacre at Tondc, including witnessing him die at the hands of Clarke. Raven is later tortured by Grounders when they believe she tried to poison their Commander. After Bellamy infiltrates Mount Weather, she establishes radio contact with him to help him disable the Acid Fog. Later, she and Wick take out Mount Weather's electricity by disabling their dam. They are caught by the Mountain Men and Raven is once again tortured when they begin harvesting her bone marrow. At the end of Season Two, she is in Camp Jaha, recovering from the latter.

In the third season, Raven continues to struggle with her pain. She joins A.L.I.E.'s cult in an attempt to be freed from it, but rebels when she realizes she can not remember Finn. However, Raven eventually submits to A.L.I.E., who uses her to force Abby to take the chip, leading to the fall of Arkadia. Raven is later un-chipped and actively works against A.L.I.E., trying to destroy her by accessing the City of Light code with the help of Monty and Clarke. She retains a small part of A.L.I.E.'s code in her head, increasing her brain processing speed and overall making her much smarter.

In the fourth season Raven returns to Arkadia with her people and begins fortifying Alpha Station to shield from the upcoming second nuclear apocalypse. After discovering that Nightblood gives radiation resistance, Raven leaves with a small team to go to Becca's Island to figure out how to reverse engineer the blood. There, Raven begins to suffer seizures and hallucinations, but manages to cure it and finds a rocket. At the end of the season, she escapes Priamfaya by retreating to the remains of the Ark in space.

In the fifth season, Raven is surviving with Spacekru on the Ark. After traveling with Spacekru to Eligius IV, Raven volunteers to stay in space while the rest of the group returns to the ground. When she and Murphy are discovered onboard, she is tortured by McCreary for information. She develops a romantic relationship with Miles Shaw. In the season five finale Damocles (Part 2), Raven launches the Eligius IV back into space, after McCreary drops Damocles, a Hytholodium bomb, on Eden.

In Season Six, she stays on Eligius IV, while others go down to the new habitable world. When she arrives and sees Shaw's grave, she breaks down in tears. During the season, she primarily stays out of sight working in a machine shop and exploring Sanctum. At first, she was just trying on building a compound for her people, but when tensions between Wonkru and the Primes increases, she becomes a lead pilot, flying Gagarin from the moon back to the mothership. She also works to remove Sheidheda from the Flame permanently, which she successfully did.

In Season Seven, Raven struggles with the consequences of her decisions after her efforts to stop a reactor meltdown results in the deaths of four people. Wearing the armor of one of the Disciples, Raven becomes the guide of a group using the Temporal Anomaly to find and rescue their missing friends. Ultimately, Raven succeeds in the test to determine the future of the human race when Octavia Blake convinces the two factions to stand down, causing the Judge to change her mind and transcend humanity. Like the rest of Clarke's friends, Raven chooses to return to human form to live out the rest of her life on Earth rather than to remain transcended, so that Clarke will not be alone forever.

Early life

Raven grew up living on Mecha Station. Raven's alcoholic mother would often exchange Raven's rations for moonshine, leaving Raven dependent on Finn Collins, the boy next door, who shared his rations with her and remembered her birthday. Throughout the years, the two grew closer and at some point, they started a romantic relationship and Raven‘s mother continued drinking until she died.

Around Raven's 18th birthday, Finn presented her with a handmade metal raven trinket on a chain for good luck on her Zero-G exam. She passed the test with the first perfect score since they had been giving it, however, she failed the physical due to a heart murmur. Later, Finn tells her he has another birthday present for her. He borrowed a spacesuit from the Maintenance Bay and has found a way to get her the spacewalk she had always dreamed of.

Raven's spacewalk

After Raven's illegal spacewalk while she was getting undressed, an alarm sounded an "outer door breach." Raven tried to figure out where the door breach was but ended up instructing Finn to use the manual override to get her back into the Ark. In doing so, the breach lost three months of oxygen. Finn then instructed Raven to take off the spacesuit for him to wear because Raven was over eighteen and would have been floated whereas Finn was still underage. While Finn was in Lockup, Raven would go see him every Visitation Day.

Later, Sinclair overruled Raven's health rejection for Zero-G Mechanic and she went on to become the youngest Zero-G Mechanic in 52 years.

Throughout the Series

Raven in her spacesuit.

In Earth Skills, up in space, Raven is finishing up a spacewalk to repair part of the outside of the Ark. She comes back in through an airlock and Red and another mechanic help her get out of her spacesuit. She asks them about the dropship launching and Red tells her that an accident during routine maintenance caused them to eject it. Raven lifts up a necklace with a metal charm in the shape of a raven and puts it on. She asks them to stash her gear because she's on her way to visit her boyfriend in Lockup. Red tells her that Lockup was quarantined for some virus and there is no visitation for two months.

Raven finds and confronts Abby about the quarantine and how she saw open ducts. Abby explains the virus isn't airborne and Raven confronts her about The Council hiding something. Later, Jackson and Abby are going over the data from the wristbands when Abby catches Raven eavesdropping from the air ducts. Raven tells them the Delinquents aren't dying; they're taking off their wristbands because they were told not to.

Raven is called into a level of the Ark that is considered off-limits. Abby tells Raven that the Ark is dying and Abby has ten days to prove the earth is survivable before they reduce the population by 320 people. Abby reveals a 130-year-old escape pod and tells Raven to get it ready in nine days. Raven tells her she can do it but she is going with Abby to earth.

Raven fixing the 132-year-old pod.

In Murphy's Law, Abby meets with Raven at the drop ship she is refurbishing. Raven tells Abby the delay is because she needs a pressure regulator before they can launch. Abby tells Raven that Clarke's wristband went out and Raven tells her she will get a pressure regulator that day. Raven then leaves for the Mess Hall to speak with Nygel, the woman in charge of the black market on board the Ark. She asks for a pressure regulator and Nygel tells Raven that she will need to sleep with the Chief of Electrical in order to get the part. Raven tells Nygel to float herself and Nygel tells Raven that her mother took that deal...many times, causing Raven to fly off the handle and be carried out by Nygel's workers.

Raven then goes and waits in a long line for Medical. She approaches Abby and coughs discreetly. Abby conducts a cursory medical check on her before pulling her away into private, explaining the long line is due to oxygen deprivation. Raven tells Abby that Nygel would not give her the pressure regulator and Abby tells Raven she can get the part from Nygel. Later, Abby approaches Nygel in the Mess Hall and slips Nygel some morphine for a pressure regulator. Back at the refurbished drop ship, Abby hands Raven a pressure regulator and Raven tells her it might take a few hours to install it. A few hours later, Abby is pacing around while Raven works on the drop ship. Jackson comes in on Abby's telecommunication device and asks if she stole morphine. He tells her that Kane is on his way to arrest both her and Raven. Abby can't believe that Nygel turned her in and asks Raven how much longer. Raven tells her twenty minutes and Abby says that Kane will be there in five. She tells Raven that no matter what, Raven needs to launch the pod, with or without her, and radio back or 300 people will die. Abby asks Raven to tell Clarke she loves her.

Raven gets the pressure regulator hooked up as Kane heads toward Mecha Station to arrest Raven and Abby. Raven realizes the pressure regulator is broken just as Kane approaches Abby who was waiting for him in a hallway. Abby tells him she did it for her daughter and she still believes the Delinquents are alive. Kane asks Abby what the pressure regulator is for and if there was even a staph infection. Raven dresses in a spacesuit since the pressure in the drop ship won't be regulated and begins the launch sequence for the pod. As Kane is having Abby arrested, Raven launches the drop ship and begins her descent to earth. Abby tells Kane they have to know the truth as Raven continues her descent to earth, her raven necklace floating weightless in the escape pod.

Raven enjoys her first moments on Earth while Clarke watches.

In Twilight's Last Gleaming, In Raven's drop ship, she is preparing to begin her descent through the atmosphere and is checking and setting her gauges. She pulls the retrofire lever and powers the thrusters to send her to earth. Raven is knocked unconscious from a head injury during the landing and Bellamy arrives to find her moving about but still unconscious. He takes out his knife and cuts the wires to the radio and yanks it out. He then takes it down to a river and tosses it in. Raven soon awakens and removes her space helmet, discovering she has a head injury just as Clarke opens the pod door and sees Raven. Raven then steps onto the ground for the first time, twirling in amazement and asking if it's raining. Clarke nods with a smile on her face and welcomes Raven to earth. Finn arrives and calls out to her. Raven runs up to him and they reunite and kiss passionately, much to Clarke's surprise. Finn asks Raven how she got to earth and she tells him how she rebuilt the pod. Raven starts to feel light-headed and Clarke comes over to assist with her head injury. Finn introduces Clarke to Raven and Raven tells Clarke how it was all Abby's doing. She then tells them about the planned culling and how they need to alert The Ark that the Delinquents are alive. They discover the missing radio and Clarke tells Finn and Raven they need to find Bellamy.

Clarke catches up to Bellamy in the woods and orders him to tell her where the radio is. She tells him about the Culling and how they are getting ready to kill 300 people for oxygen. Finn and Raven arrive and Raven tells him that they have been looking everywhere on the Ark for him. Bellamy tells her to shut up as Clarke asks why. Raven tells them how Bellamy shot Jaha and Clarke realizes that is the reason why he took the wristbands. Raven demands to know where her radio is and Bellamy tells her he should have killed her when he had the chance. Raven challenges him to do it and he shoves her up against a tree as she pulls a knife on him and asks again where her radio is. Bellamy lets her go and tells them Jaha deserved to die. Raven tells Bellamy he was a lousy shot and that Jaha is not dead. Clarke tells Bellamy this means he is not a murderer; he was just protecting his sister. Now it is time to protect 300 people and give them back the radio. Bellamy tells her it is too late but he ends up recruiting several Delinquents to search the river for the missing radio. Finn tells Clarke he should have told her about Raven. Clarke tells him she gets it: she was around and "passably cute." Just then, Jones finds the radio. Raven tells them it will take at least a half day to dry it out to see what is broken. Clarke yells at Bellamy for what he did and that 300 people will die because of him. Raven interrupts and tells them they don't actually have to talk to the Ark; they just have to let them know they are alive.

Back at the pod, Raven begins organizing the Delinquents on stripping her pod for spare parts to create rocket launchers. Clarke asks if they will be able to see the rockets from the Ark and Raven tells her that Abby will be watching for them. Back at the camp, the Delinquents start setting up the launchers for the flares. The Delinquents begin lighting off the rockets and watch as they go soaring into the evening sky.

In His Sister's Keeper, Raven cuts Finn's hair inside of his tent. When Raven asks him what he wanted to tell her before, Finn tells her it can wait. She worries that he plans to do something because the look he gave her was his "I'm going on a spacewalk" look. However, Finn tells her not to worry.

Raven yells at Bellamy.

When the camp gathers to find Octavia, Raven and the 100 watch as the night sky lights up. Raven realizes that the flares didn't work and that 320 people were killed. Upset, Raven shouts and yells at Bellamy. However, Clarke stops her from hurting him or herself and tells Raven that Bellamy needs to live with what he did. The group realizes they need a working radio before more people are killed. Clarke reveals that she knows of a place that might have some of the parts Raven needs. Raven and Clarke decide to head for the secret bunker Finn found.

On the way to the bunker, Raven boasts about how "badass" Abigail is to Clarke, not knowing about their situation. Raven reveals her past and how she met Finn. Raven declares that Finn is her only family. Inside the bunker, Raven discovers a metal two-headed deer that matches her raven pendant. Raven notes that Finn must have made it. Clarke tells her they saw a two-headed deer on their first day on Earth. Clarke then finds an RC car and asks Raven if it would work. As Raven opens up the RC car, Raven tells Clarke that Finn always finds the beauty in the unexpected.

Raven cries after she finds out Finn cheated on her.

After they return to camp Clarke asks why Raven was silent on the way back to camp. Raven confronts Clarke about Finn. Raven asks Clarke to tell her she didn't sleep with him while she risked her ass to come down to Earth. Clarke tells her she can't say that. Clarke explains that she didn't know about Raven. Raven is visibly hurt because Finn never mentioned her nor could he wait 10 days to cheat on her. Before Clarke leaves Raven asks her if she loves him, to which Clarke replies that she hardly knows him. Raven breaks down in tears as Clarke leaves.

Raven and Clarke try to contact the Ark.

In Contents Under Pressure, Raven learns that Finn has been injured while trying to rescue Octavia. The only way to save him is to get into contact with the Ark. Raven manages to get the radio working and calls out for the Ark. Raven calls for Doctor Abigail Griffin in hopes that Abigail can help them save Finn. When they make contact with the Ark, Abigail instructs Clarke on how to properly take out the knife while Raven watches on. After Clarke successfully removes the knife, Raven asks if he should be so warm.

Raven watches as Finn begins seizing and calls out for Clarke. Raven begs Clarke not to let him die. Clarke realizes that he's suffering from poison and goes to get the antidote. Raven continues to try and help Finn. When the Grounder Bellamy captured refuses to tell them the antidote, Raven electrocutes him with wiring from the dropship. However, even after the electrocution, the Grounder refuses to talk. This frustrates Raven. Before Raven can electrocute him again, Octavia steps in and gets the Grounder to gesture to the correct antidote. After Finn has taken the cure, Raven is seen not to leave his side. Sometime later, Raven is awoken by Clarke when Finn awakens. Raven is relieved he is safe and hugs him.

In Day Trip, Raven watches as Clarke checks on Finn's wound from the day before. When Finn shows concern for Clarke leaving camp by herself, Raven tells Finn that Clarke can take care of herself. When asked, Raven promises Clarke that she will keep Finn in bed.

Raven and Octavia conflict.

While cleaning up, Raven runs into Octavia. The meeting gets hostile as Raven admits that she will not apologize for hurting the Grounder because she was trying to save Finn. When Octavia makes a comment about how it must hurt coming to Earth and finding out Finn is in love with another woman, Raven tells Octavia that she refuses to fight with her. Raven leaves and heads back for her tent. When she returns to the tent she tries to reassure Finn's love for her, by sleeping with him.

After they sleep together, Monty barges into their tent acting weird. After Monty leaves, Raven hears a large amount of ruckus from outside of their tent. Raven tells Finn to stay where he is and she will go find out what's going on. Outside of the tent, Raven finds that everyone is acting weird. Unsure of what is happening Raven tells Finn to come out of the tent.

Raven is later seen helping Finn keep the 100 safe from themselves. Raven comforts Connor and when asked to repeat the phrase Raven repeats "You're the most beautiful broom in a broom closet of brooms", much to her dismay and then receives a hug from Connor.

In Unity Day, Raven watches on as Jaha makes a speech about Unity Day, and how the people of the Ark will be finally going home. When Miller reacts badly to the speech, Raven tells him to shut up and leaves.

Later, Raven is seen making bullets by dividing the remaining gunpowder they have into more bullet casings. When Raven learns that Finn plans on taking Clarke to meet with the leader of the Grounders, she joins Bellamy and Jasper.

While watching the meeting, Raven notices Octavia and mentions that now she knows how the captive Grounder escaped. Raven also notes that the "Grounder Princess" looks upset. Bellamy replies that their princess has that effect. When Jasper notices the Grounders in the trees, Raven helps Bellamy and Jasper defend Finn, Clarke, and Octavia. After they return to camp, Raven argues with Finn that bringing the guns to the meeting was the right thing to do.

In I Am Become Death, Raven with the rest of the gang explore the scene of the crashed Exodus ship. She tries to communicate with the Ark but is unsuccessful because of the power shutdown. When she learns from Octavia that the Grounders are to attack at dawn, Raven makes a bomb using the gunpowder and the rocket fuel to blow up the bridge. When Finn volunteers to place the bomb, Raven picks the bomb and runs to deploy it herself. On the way, she develops symptoms of the mysterious virus. She gets so weak but still tries her best to place the bomb. Luckily, Finn arrives and carries her away before she blows off the bomb which could have killed her too. Jasper & Monty blow the bomb as Finn carries Raven to safety. Back at the camp, she gets better but breaks up with Finn because he didn't hesitate to hold Clarke even though he knew she was infected by the contagious virus.

In The Calm, Raven and Finn are talking about their breakup, when Finn asks her if she is alright, she says everything is fine but is seen visibly upset. Later in her tent, Raven plans to leave the camp but Bellamy stops and comforts her by listing all of her accomplishments since landing on Earth. He calls her a pain in the ass but smart. Raven then later tries to move on from Finn so she recommends to Bellamy sleeping together. At first, Bellamy is hesitant but then gives in. After their encounter, Bellamy asks if it helped, but she says no. When Raven, Octavia, Monty, and Bellamy are in the woods searching for Clarke, Finn, and Myles, they find Myles and he says that Clarke and Finn were taken by Grounders. Raven is seen on the verge of tears and Bellamy stands up and tells her that he's sorry. Raven along with the rest of the group are shocked when Monty doesn't communicate back on the radio, realizing that he has been taken.

In We Are Grounders (Part 1), Raven is in the process of building the landmines and planting them around camp, as well as making bombs. She is interrupted when Murphy holds Jasper, and later Bellamy, hostage in the dropship and has to find a way to open the door. Raven slips into a hatch under the ship and is able to open the door but gets shot by Murphy in the process.

In We Are Grounders (Part 2), the bullet is still inside Raven. She is found unfit to walk on their journey and was to be carried on a stretcher had the trip not been called off. After telling Clarke about the rocket fuel under the dropship, they get the idea to use the rocket to set the Grounders on fire and need Raven to help them utilize it. However, the bullet inside her has made its way to her spine, making her lose sensation in her legs. Since she is bleeding internally and losing blood fast, and might die before she gets to make the rockets work, Finn decides to get the coagulant from Lincoln's cave to buy her some time. She continues to instruct Clarke in finding the wires she needs and later employs Jasper's help. While instructing Jasper and Clarke, Raven begins to get weaker and eventually loses consciousness. Despite being unconscious, she was at least able to tell them how to make it work, which Jasper succeeded in doing, albeit differently. Finn later arrives just in time and Clarke is able to give her the coagulant.

In The 48, a Grounder is seen inspecting the bodies outside the drop ship. He walks inside the drop ship where he sees Raven. Presuming she is dead, he flips her over but she shoots him instead. She hears someone coming and gets ready to shoot again before seeing it is John Murphy. He asks her not to shoot but she pulls the trigger multiple times anyway, however, there aren't any bullets left. He comes and sits down and says, "I would've shot me too." Raven asks Murphy why he's there and he responds, "Dying, the same as you". She starts to cough up blood and he rushes to her, trying to help her get on her side. When she asks why he is helping her, he says, "I don't want to die alone." Murphy apologizes to Raven for shooting her. She asks him why he is so psycho. He reveals that his father stole medicine for him to keep him alive, medicine that wouldn't have worked anyway. His father was caught and floated and his mother started drinking herself to death. Before Murphy found her dead, she had told him that it was his fault his father was dead. Later, after the Sky People arrive at the drop ship, Raven tells Abby that Clarke is gone and Abby leaves a message for Clarke on the drop ship before they leave the drop ship to meet up with the other Ark survivors at Camp Jaha.

In Inclement Weather, Abby tells Raven the bullet is still in her spine. If they try to take it out she might die from the surgery because they have no anesthesia but if they leave the bullet in, she might never be able to walk again. Finn wants to leave the bullet in but Raven protests, saying in space she didn't need her legs but down here she does. Later, Abby prepares Raven for surgery with Finn by her side. Abby is about to start the surgery but Raven screams, "STOP." Finn calms her down and Abby begins again as Raven screams in pain. After the surgery, Abby tests the feeling in Raven's legs and Raven is unable to feel anything below the knee on her left leg. Abby tells her that she has nerve damage. Raven tells Finn it's time for him to leave and to go look for rest of the Delinquents.

Many Happy Returns 048 (Raven).png
In Many Happy Returns, at Camp Jaha, Raven has been cleared for duty and says that her leg is not a factor in her ability to work. Sinclair assigns her to build a radio beacon to help them find other survivors of The Ark. Raven goes to work on the radio beacon when she runs into Wick. He tells her that he designed the schematics for the beacon and he also made something for her: a leg brace. Raven criticizes his efforts on the leg brace as they get to work on the beacon. Later, Raven attempts to climb up the radio tower to fix the radio beacon but refuses to try the brace Wick made her. She struggles to climb up the tower but eventually realizes it is now impossible for her to do so with her bad leg and has to admit defeat. Wick admits to Raven that he asked for her specifically to work on the beacon with him because she is the best mechanic they have. He tells her that she needs to figure a way around her bum leg by letting her friends help for once. Raven finally agrees to try his leg brace. Eventually, Raven and Wick come up with the idea of elevating the radio beacon by using a helium balloon when it is literally shot down by Major Byrne who tells them they've created a target. Wick tells her that he thinks the Grounders already know where they are because they fell from the sky in a "football stadium." Byrne commands all the guards to the walls and to shoot any Grounder on sight.

In Human Trials, Clarke wakes up after having been asleep for 10 hours and goes outside and sees Raven and they hug. Bellamy and Octavia return to Camp Jaha and Raven tells her to go see them so Clarke runs to greet them, giving Bellamy and Octavia hugs. Bellamy tells her Finn is still out looking for her and they decide to go after Finn. Raven meets them at a section of the gate surrounding Camp Jaha. Octavia arrives and they gear up. Raven then has Wick shut down the electricity to that area of the fence and Bellamy, Octavia, and Clarke head out into the woods. Later, Abby finds a note left by Clarke telling her that she and Bellamy were going after Finn and Murphy. She confronts Raven about helping them escape and Raven lies to her. Abby slaps Raven and tells her that Clarke is still "just a kid." Raven tells Abby that Clarke "stopped being a kid the day you sent her down here to die."

In Fog of War, two days after Finn's massacre at Lincoln's village, Raven arrives in the outside bar area of Camp Jaha where Clarke and Murphy are seated. She tells Murphy to leave before she reveals to Clarke that she figured out why they had not heard from any of the other Stations: Mount Weather has been jamming their signals. Major Byrne witnesses the conversation and tells Abby. Later, while Raven is explaining to Clarke how Mount Weather has been jamming their signals and even crashed the Exodus drop ship that came down on Unity Day, Abby interrupts them and tries to stop them. Clarke and Raven convince Abby that they need to take down the radio tower on Mount Weather so they can find any other Ark survivors to help build their army. Abby tells Byrne to stay behind and guard the camp because Abby will be going with them to Mount Weather.

Clarke, Abby, Raven, and several other Sky People hike to Mount Weather to take out the radio tower. They stop and survey Mount Weather and Raven spots the radio tower. Finn gets upset because of the way everyone is acting toward him since the massacre and storms off with Clarke following after. Acid Fog suddenly starts rolling toward them and Clarke and Finn take off for the bunker. Meanwhile, Abby and Raven have taken cover in a tent from the Acid Fog as Raven attempts to get a radio signal. She picks up an encrypted channel and realizes they will be able to listen in on Mount Weather. Eventually, while they're still trapped by the Acid Fog, Raven breaks the encryption on the radio channel and they overhear the Mountain Men discussing "the veil." Abby wants to blow the radio tower to find out if there are any other Ark survivors but Raven tells her if she does blow the tower then they won't be able to listen to the enemy anymore and that she knows what Clarke would do. Once Clarke and Abby meet back up at Camp Jaha, Abby tells Clarke that they decided against blowing the radio tower because they're not sure if there are any Ark survivors but they are sure that there are 47 Sky People trapped in Mount Weather.

In Spacewalker, Clarke arrives at Camp Jaha after speaking with Lexa, the Grounder Commander, who has ordered Finn's death for the massacre of Tondc before their truce with the Sky People can begin. Most of the Sky People want to give Finn up to the Grounders, especially because he wasted three months of oxygen on The Ark for the spacewalk that got him imprisoned. A fight breaks out with Raven punching Major Byrne. Later, Abby visits Raven where she is locked up in the stockade with Jaha after striking Major Bryne and allows her to go free. Jaha tells Abby she should give Finn up to keep them safe. They then meet up with Kane to discuss the situation. When Abby leaves the room, Bellamy and Raven confront her, asking her what they're planning to do with Finn and she tells them they are all trying to find a way out of the situation. Bellamy takes that to mean they are giving Finn up so Bellamy goes looking for Finn to help him escape.

Later, Bellamy, Raven, and Murphy (by Raven's invitation) arrive at the drop ship and wait for Finn and Clarke. Finn arrives at the drop ship, carrying an unconscious Clarke. Bellamy and Murphy take care of Clarke while Raven tries to comfort Finn and they promise each other that they will always be family. Clarke wakes up and Finn tells her he thought she was dead because of him. Bellamy shouts a warning to them that the Grounders have arrived and they are surrounded. Raven wants to give up Murphy instead of Finn because Murphy was also in the village. Finn steps between Raven and Murphy and tells them they need to stay and defend the drop ship. He instructs Murphy to go upstairs and watch the back while he takes the lower level of the drop shop and Bellamy, Raven, and Clarke will take the front gate. Finn and Raven hug goodbye and Finn tells her, "May we meet again." He then climbs out the bottom of the drop ship. Clarke, Raven, and Bellamy are watching the front gate when they say Finn step out in front of them and surrender himself to the Grounders.

Back at Camp Jaha, Clarke, Raven, Bellamy, and the rest of the Sky People watch as the Grounders start setting up for Finn's execution. Abby says there is nothing to be done. Clarke, Raven, and Bellamy then meet up at Raven's Gate where Raven gives Clarke a knife so Clarke can kill Lexa because Raven owes Finn her life. Clarke approaches and Lexa tells Indra to let Clarke through. Clarke asks if she can say goodbye and Lexa allows her to. Clarke walks over to Finn and hugs him, telling him she loves him and that he will be okay. He says, "thanks, Princess" and she steps away from him to reveal that she had killed him with the knife Raven gave her. Lexa tells her warriors that it is done and keeps them from attacking. Raven screams and crumples in hysterical grief while Bellamy catches her and holds onto her.

In Remember Me, Clarke approaches Raven who is kneeling over Finn's body and tells Raven she is leaving with the Grounders and Raven needs to work on the radio. Raven tells Clarke she's coming too and will bring the radio. Clarke then gestures to the Grounders to take Finn's body away. The next day, they arrive at Tondc and everyone has to disarm before entering. Raven stubbornly forces Gustus to search her and disarm her. As they enter the village, Grounders shout at the Sky People, calling them murderers. One man stands in their way because he lost both his wife and child. Gustus fights the man and is about to kill him when Clarke begs Lexa to stop him so the Sky People won't get blamed. Lexa calls it off and announces to everyone that if anyone tries to stop the alliance, they will pay with their life. Later, Raven watches as Lexa gives a eulogy for the dead in front of a funeral pyre. She then passes the torch to Clarke who steps up and as she lights the pyre guided by Finn's hand, she says, "Yu gonplei ste odon" ("Your fight is over").

Later, at the alliance banquet, Kane brings forward some liquor to share. Clarke and Lexa both take a goblet but Gustus stops Lexa and takes a sip first before giving it back to her. As they toast and are about to take a sip, Gustus falls over having been poisoned. The Sky People are searched and they find the poison on Raven. She claims it is not hers and that Gustus put it there when he searched her. Lexa commands for all of the Sky People to be locked up. Clarke asks Raven if she really had tried to poison Lexa and Raven punches Clarke in the face. Nyko and Indra return and take Raven away. Indra tells them that Lexa is merciful and only wants Raven to die. The rest of them are free and they should run. Raven is then tied up outside to a pole where Lexa and Indra begin the "Death by a 1000 Cuts." Clarke then runs outside and asks Nyko for the bottle and drinks from it, showing it wasn't poisoned. Bellamy realizes that it was Gustus who poisoned the cup because he was trying to protect Lexa from the alliance. Lexa commands him to be tied up in Raven's place. Later, as Gustus is suffering from the Death of a 1000 cuts, Raven realizes that would have been Finn. Lexa approaches and Gustus tells her to be strong. She says, "Yu gonplei ste odon" as she delivers the final blow straight through his heart. That night, Raven gets the radio signal from Mount Weather and hears Jasper's message.

In Coup de Grâce, Raven and Clarke are at Camp Jaha, listening to the radio when Octavia enters, asking if there's any word from Bellamy and that Lincoln is still missing, too. Clarke tells her and Raven that Bellamy will get in. Later, Clarke comes to tell Raven that Mount Weather has already started bleeding the Delinquents and that it is over. Raven tells Clarke she is not allowed to give up and it is her job to come up with something. Just then, Bellamy's voice rings through on the radio, asking if anyone can hear him. Clarke picks up the radio and Bellamy tells her that the Delinquents have been locked up and that things are going to get ugly. He tells her that they need a plan that doesn't kill everyone because there are kids in there. Clarke tells Bellamy that he needs to turn off the Acid Fog and free the imprisoned Grounders. Bellamy asks Clarke to buy him some time so they won't discover him inside the mountain just yet.

In Rubicon, at Camp Jaha, Clarke asks Raven if Bellamy has checked in yet. She's worried because he's late. Clarke sees that Raven has been working on plans for the dam and asks her how many tone generators have been created to stave off the Reapers. She gets upset when Raven tells her they only have two so far. Bellamy comes in over the radio and Clarke scolds him for being late. Bellamy tells Clarke about how the Delinquents are being taken away one at a time. Clarke tells Bellamy to find the missing Delinquents and leaves to tell Kane that she is no longer going to Tondc so he needs to go instead.

In Mount Weather, Bellamy is crawling through the air vents trying to find the missing Delinquents. He hears the sound of drilling and heads down a duct toward the noise and witnesses Dr. Lorelei Tsing drilling into the now-dead Delinquent she had chosen earlier and extracting bone marrow to give to Emerson. Cage Wallace asks Emerson about Clarke and Emerson gives him the message that they're supposed to release the Delinquents. Cage then tells Emerson that it doesn't matter because tonight, he's going to drop a missile on Tondc where all of their leaders are meeting. Bellamy asks Clarke and Raven if they heard everything through his earpiece and she tells Raven she's leaving for Tondc. Bellamy asks after Octavia and Clarke lies that she's not there anymore. Raven gives Clarke a hug goodbye. Later, in Mount Weather, Bellamy is crawling around in the air vents again while he talks with Raven over the radio. Raven accidentally mentions Octavia is in Tondc and Bellamy is bothered that Clarke would lie to him. Raven tells him to focus.

In Bodyguard of Lies, in Mount Weather, Bellamy discovers his access card has stopped working. Raven asks over the radio if he's found the Acid Fog room yet and he tells her he'll call her back once he finds another way in. Meanwhile, Raven and Wick are at Camp Jaha working on a solution to help Bellamy disable the Acid Fog. They discuss the possible components of what makes Acid Fog and how they can go about neutralizing those components. Raven wants to take down the machine while Wick wants to neutralize the acid. Bellamy then calls into Raven once he entered and begins to describe the Acid Fog room. Bellamy starts reading off what he sees on the monitor and asks if he can just blow it up. Raven tells him he would probably melt his face off.

Wick and Raven continue trying to guide Bellamy through how to disable the Acid Fog while Bellamy reads them all of the menu options. When he gets to "Maintenance and Cleaning," Raven and Wick come up with the idea to use the "Passivation" process to neutralize the acid. Bellamy selects it and the machine whirs to life. He watches as the pH rises from 0 (acidic) and climbs to 7 (neutral) before a message flashes that the "Passivation" was successful. Raven and Wick accidentally hug in celebration and Bellamy tells them to send a flare, letting Clarke and Lexa know the Acid Fog has been disabled. Raven returns to the lab after shooting off the flare and begins kissing Wick and they have sex. Afterward, Raven gets dressed while Wick tells her to stop playing games and figure things out. Raven tells him they have a war to win.

In Blood Must Have Blood (Part 1), Raven and Wick arrive at Philpott Dam, tasked with taking out the five turbines that keep the power running in Mount Weather. It will cause a one-minute delay before the backup generator kicks in, allowing Clarke and Lexa time to get the main door open. They start setting bombs on the turbines of the dam. They have completed three with two more to go when Raven tries to lighten the mood with some jokes but Wick is being moody because she pushed him away after they had sex. They hear a voice come across a radio in the room asking for "402, please report" when Wick is suddenly tackled by a Mountain Man trying to get to the radio. Wick beats him over the head with a metal tool and kills the man. Wick stares in shock as the radio voice tells 402 that backup is on its way. Raven tells Wick they need to hurry. They realize that in the scuffle, the last bomb dropped and broke, meaning they can only blow 4 of the 5 turbines and the power won't shut off. They start bickering about having lost the last bomb and how they should have brought an extra one when it makes Raven consider the redundancy of the turbines. If they blow 4 of the 5 turbines, the fifth one will keep running but at a lower capacity to keep it from taking the full load of the other 4 missing turbines. All she needs to do is make it take the full capacity of the other 4, causing it to overload into "catastrophic failure." Raven tells Wick to hurry and Wick finishes the last bomb, telling Raven to push the button. Their plan seems to work but they are interrupted by Mountain Men who tell them to put their hands up. Raven and Wick realize they're too close to the turbine and start to back away with their hands up. The last turbine explodes and the power goes out all over Mount Weather. Later, Raven and Wick awaken after getting knocked out by the explosion. Raven's leg brace is broken so she can't walk without help. Wick tells Raven he won't leave her just as Mountain Men come in and take them captive.

In Blood Must Have Blood (Part 2), in Mount Weather, the Sky People are all gathered and chained up to the wall. The Delinquent they had been extracting bone marrow from dies and they pick Raven to be used next. They strap Raven to the gurney and Raven bites the ear of one of the doctors, putting up a heavy fight. The guards use a shock baton on her and they get her tied down and begin drilling. Initially, Raven stays strong, but she screams after all.

In the Mount Weather Command Center, Bellamy sees Raven strapped to the table in the dorm room while Clarke tells Cage over a radio that she has his father and she will kill Dante if Cage doesn't let her people go. In the dorm, Cage orders Raven to be removed from the table and has Abby put on instead and they begin drilling into Abby. In the Command Center, Clarke and Bellamy respond by irradiating Level 5, leading to the death of all Mount Weather residents, and the survival of the Sky People, including Raven. The next day, Wick carries Raven into Camp Jaha as they return with the rest of the Sky People. Raven stops Jasper and returns his goggles.

In Wanheda (Part 1), Raven finishes working on the rover that Bellamy plans to take on a mapping mission and slides out from underneath it. She decides to join in on the mission and Bellamy gives her a gun. Raven sees Gina kiss Bellamy and exclaims that she's too good for him, but he tells Raven to shut up. She then starts driving the crew out of Arkadia. While on the road, Raven joins in the sing-a-long to Add It Up, but it's soon interrupted when Farm Station sends a distress signal coming from Sector 8, which is the border of Ice Nation territory. The gang decides to follow the signal. Raven drives everyone to the border and they hop out of the vehicle. Bellamy insists that Raven stay in the car but she refuses, and Octavia comments that they need everyone they can get. The crew is greeted by three hostile Ice Nation warriors. After Jasper goes up to him and things take a turn for the worse, Raven and the others shoot and kill the three Ice Nation warriors.

Raven rides safely back to Arkadia on the back of one of the Ice Nation scouts' horses. Once at the gates, Abby asks about Clarke, but Raven just shakes her head. Abby realizes that Raven can't get off of her horse due to her bad leg, so she helps her down. However, Raven decides to take care of the horse without anyone else's help. Later on, Abby confronts Raven about her leg and deems her lying when she says it's fine. Raven decides to come clean and admit that the pain started back up during the explosion of the dam. When Abby keeps pushing on about it, Raven bitterly replies that she should take care of her own pain, caused by Clarke's disappearance and that she's failing at being both a Chancellor and a doctor. When Raven and Gina are relaxing in the common room, Macallan tries to steal a bracelet. Raven catches his wrist and says he can have it for one song, and he agrees. Abby shows up and assures Raven that she's there as her friend, and Raven demands Abby drink the shots Gina poured for them. Raven tries to calm Jasper down when he goes on a rampage, but she fails and he ends up tackling Macallan off of the piano.

In Ye Who Enter Here, A rover pulls up to Mount Weather and Bellamy, Raven, Gina, and Octavia exit. Bellamy complains to Gina about not being at the summit because Kane is trying to teach Bellamy a lesson. They bring supplies into Mount Weather and enter the dining room on Level 5, finding it filled with Farm Station survivors, eating and having fun. Pike welcomes them and both Raven and Octavia are uncomfortable with how they made themselves at home. Pike tells them there are thirty-six people there. Octavia warns the Grounders are going to think the Sky People have moved into Mount Weather before leaving in disgust. Sinclair arrives and tells Raven to get working on the electrical problems. Later, as the lights are flickering on and off, Raven and Gina make their way with Sinclair to the mess hall, having been called there in an emergency. In the mess hall, as Pike and Bellamy question Echo, other Farm Station members are grabbing weapons and arming themselves. Sinclair and Pike get into an argument about using the missiles in Mount Weather. Raven says she might be able to help get the launch codes. Sinclair, Raven, and Gina begin digging through the computer files in the Mount Weather Command Center as they look for the codes to the missiles. Gina suggests that Dante might have written down the passcodes and leaves to check the President's office for the codes.

Both Raven and Sinclair still have not found the launch codes. Raven gets frustrated and gives up because it is already dark and they are too late. Sinclair tells her she is someone who does not give up. He says that if she knows of a way to fix something, she fixes it and the reason she won't fix herself is because she feels she deserves it. Raven asks if she is just broken. Sinclair reminds her that he took a chance on her even with her heart defect and she should take a chance on herself, too. Gina radios in that she has not found anything in the president's office as the Ice Nation assassin arrives behind her and stabs her, mortally wounding her. Raven keeps trying to reach Gina as the assassin clears off the president's desk and triggers a monitor to access the program for Mount Weather's self-destruct feature. Gina reaches the radio and tells Raven about the self-destruct and the assassin. Raven and Sinclair chase after the assassin as he runs out the side-door of the Mountain. Sinclair gets tackled by the assassin and they fight, with the assassin getting the upper hand. Raven arrives in time and shoots the assassin dead. Sinclair gets the numbers as Raven tries to reach Gina but Gina is not responding. She starts to head back into the Mountain as Sinclair tries to stop her. Gina is dead, the countdown reaching zero reflects off Gina's eye and Mount Weather explodes, throwing Raven and Sinclair back and killing all of the Farm Station survivors who were inside.

In Hakeldama, Raven is angry that Abby fired her due to her leg. Abby says that without the supplies of Mount Weather it will probably never heal and Raven storms off. Later, she sees Jaha telling people to take the key. She dismisses him saying that pain can't be relieved that easily. A.L.I.E. tells Jaha that they need Raven. Once she takes the chip, A.L.I.E. says, the others will follow. Jaha goes to talk with Raven but just ends up annoying her even more. He gives her the chip to keep. Later, Raven is in severe pain and decides to take the chip. Her pain isn't relieved immediately so she begins to walk away. As she walks her leg begins to work normally and she sees A.L.I.E. standing in front of her. A.L.I.E. tells her that it is time to get back to work.

In Bitter Harvest, Abby comes to check on Raven and see if she is fit for work. Abby says that Raven can get back to work although she is still suspicious of Raven's abnormal good mood and lack of pain. Jaha and A.L.I.E. ask Raven if she can search for A.L.I.E. 2 in Arkadia. Raven puts A.L.I.E. into Arkadia's programming for Jaha. Jasper asks Raven what drug she is on and where he can get it and she smiled as sends him to Jaha. Raven reports to Jaha and A.L.I.E that she can't find the A.L.I.E 2 in the Ark. The A.L.I.E 2 was not on any of the twelve stations, although it is A.L.I.E. is sure that Becca went into space with it.

In Terms and Conditions, Raven and Jaha are sitting in the cafeteria, talking about how to get the second artificial intelligence. Raven says that she and A.L.I.E. had searched the system of the Ark more than once, but still can't find A.L.I.E. 2 anywhere. Jaha says that they need to get more people to join the City of Light but Raven says that they can't, as Pike has confiscated their chip maker. Jaha says that they need to get it back and Raven asks how. Jaha then looks over to Jasper, who is yelling at Sinclair due to the alcohol restrictions. Raven and Jaha watch the scene and smile.

Jasper and Raven get into Pike's office after they identify the password as "Earth". They search for the chip maker, Jasper says that the situation they're in, reminds him of when the Grounders marched into the camp to get Finn. Jasper asks if the Chips erase only the painful memories but leaves the good ones and Raven says it does. However, she tries to think about her time with Finn after Jasper asks about her necklace and their first kiss. Raven is upset that can't remember her time with Finn. A.L.I.E is alarmed and tries to get Raven focused on getting the chip maker. Raven, however, grows irritated and realizes that she can't remember Finn at all. Jasper eventually finds the chip maker and A.L.I.E tells Raven to take it, but Raven ignores her and resists. She makes Jasper put the chip maker back and leaves without him.

In Fallen, Raven is attempting to block out A.L.I.E. by doing multiple things at once. It briefly works and A.L.I.E. vanishes but then A.L.I.E. reappears tells her the level required to block her out is unsustainable. Raven discusses with Abby and Jasper that she knows how to stop A.L.I.E. She tells them that they can use the wristbands that the original 100 wore can be used to destroy her. A.L.I.E. attempts to stop her but Raven fights back and yells at her. To regain control of Raven, A.L.I.E. she gives her back painful memories such Finn and Mount Weather. Abby and Jasper take her to the medical ward and Abby attempts to help her. A.L.I.E. says that she can make it stop if she submits completely. She submits to A.L.I.E. which allows A.L.I.E. to take over her and possess her.

Raven, possessed by A.L.I.E. tortured Abby to get her to take the chip. When Abby refuses, Raven cuts along her arms with a scalpel. Through Raven, A.L.I.E. tells Abby that the chip is the only way to save Raven's life. After Raven collapses due to blood loss, Abby takes the key. Later, Jasper finds Raven unconscious in the medical ward. She awakes and apologizes to Jasper for scaring him. Jasper is confused by her sudden calmness as she was begging them to get A.L.I.E. out moments before. Jasper sedates her and carries her out. He puts her in the back of the rover and drives off with her, crashing through the walls of Arkadia. The car stops and Clarke is standing in front. Clarke gets in and helps fight off the chipped guards of Arkadia that attempt to get Raven back. Jasper and Clarke drive off with Raven away from Arkadia. A.L.I.E. assured the others that once Raven awakes she will get her back.

In Nevermore, Raven awakes and A.L.I.E. tells her that sees A.L.I.E. 2. She gets Raven to try and find out where she is. Raven runs out of the rover and attempts to see a landmark to identify her location but she fails and is sedated. Raven is taken to Niylah's house and tied to the bed. She awakes and she is guarded by Jasper. A.L.I.E. tells Raven to escape and loosen her bonds by dislocating her shoulder. Jasper calls for Bellamy and the others and Raven growls to be let go. A.L.I.E. asks for the chip via Raven and Clarke says that if she lets Raven die she will never get A.L.I.E. 2. Raven calms down and lets Clarke bandage her.

Clarke takes first watch to ensure that Raven doesn't try and escape again. Clarke is bandaging Raven's arms and Raven calmly thanks her. A.L.I.E. through Raven asks Clarke if she ever sees the faces of the people she has killed. Although Clarke ignores it at first, Raven begins reminding her of the deaths of Wells, Finn, Jake Griffin, and Lexa, claiming they are her fault. Clarke tells her to shut up and gets angry at her. Raven bites Clarke and angers her causing Bellamy to drag Clarke out and accidentally reveal to A.L.I.E. that she is going to fry her, revealing that they plan to use the EMP. Jasper and Bellamy are taking next watch over Raven. She begins to make fun of Jasper and calls him a waste of space and mockingly claims that everybody should protect him. Bellamy sends Jasper out and Raven begins to talk to Bellamy. She reminds him of the last time they were alone and had sex. Bellamy doesn't respond and she replies that there are isn't much to talk about. She asks him if it annoys him that doesn't get credit for the deaths in Mount Weather and reminds him of the deaths that were his fault. She tells him he is not a leader. Clarke has only been back and day already Bellamy is taking orders. She says that it's a shame he was never very devoted to Gina but says that at least he avenged her by murdering the army of grounders. This causes Niylah to storm in and A.L.I.E. now knows where they are.

The group get the EMP device and start to prepare it. A.L.I.E. attempts to make Raven commit suicide as she knows too much but they stop her and hold her down. As the device is being set up, Raven begs Sinclair not to use it as it will give her brain damage but the group uses it anyway. After using the device, Raven slumps and is unconscious. Sinclair is upset and he says that Raven warned them. Clarke then realizes that she has seen Titus extract an AI before and realizes the key could be extracted in the same way. She cuts open the back of Raven's neck and the AI is taken out. Raven then awakes and feels pain about the cut on her neck showing she is un-chipped, much to everyone's happiness. They take Raven outside and Jasper asks her if she is sorry for punching him. She jokingly tells him she sure she has her reasons. Raven later explains that A.L.I.E. 2 is the only way for A.L.I.E. to be stopped and the group leaves to find a nightblood.

The group studies the chip.

In Demons, in the rover Raven is reading from Becca's journal that Titus gave Clarke and is amazed at what she had achieved. She confirms Clarke's belief that they need to find a nightblood for A.L.I.E. They arrive at Arkadia and are amazed that there is nobody there. Raven and Sinclair examine A.L.I.E.2 with Becca's notebook. Raven realizes A.L.I.E. can be activated with a spoken phrase. She asks Clarke if there was a phrase that Lexa frequently used it may be the password. Clarke says the phrase 'Blood must have Blood' but the chip doesn't respond. Raven sees that Becca used the phrase 'Seek Higher Things' frequently but that doesn't activate the chip. Sinclair translates the phrase 'Seek Higher Things' into Latin and A.L.I.E. 2 activates. Raven examines the chip and the tendrils reach out for Raven but Clarke stops her warning Raven that it will kill her and they need to find it a nightblood host. Raven and Sinclair still in the hanger when Clarke warns them to lock the hanger, although she doesn't realize that Emerson is in there. The lights go off and Raven runs to the rover. She then sees Sinclair has been stabbed and rushes to him, despite him telling her to stay in the rover. Emerson then drags Raven way while Sinclair continues to mutter for her to get to the rover as he dies. Raven is tied up in the airlock with the others by Emerson. Emerson then closes the airlock and Raven starts to suffocate with the others. Clarke uses A.L.I.E. 2 to kill him and frees them all. The group then separates into two, Octavia, Bellamy, Jasper and Clarke head off to find Luna while Raven, Monty, Harper, Miller and Bryan stay to try and access A.L.I.E. The group hug and say goodbye.

In Red Sky at Morning, Raven is looking at the code for the City of Light and she is amazed at all the minds that A.L.I.E. has taken. Raven can see what is in the City of Light by looking at the code, identifying people and buildings. She says she has the password but Monty says that they must wait for Clarke. Harper enters and calls Monty away to help her guard. Raven later returns to find Monty and Harper have slept together. She says, "Finally" and calls Monty away as she had found something. Raven has found a place that is guarded by a moat. She believes it contains the kill switch and is planning to destroy A.L.I.E. To stop them, A.L.I.E. sends Hannah to talk to them. However, Monty deletes Hannah with Raven's help and A.L.I.E. manages to disconnect from Arkadia. Monty yells at Raven and says that they should have waited. He angrily gives her the chip asking her if that's what she wants.

In Perverse Instantiation (Part 1), Jasper, Clarke, Bellamy and Octavia return to Arkadia. Raven asks where Luna is but they explain that she didn't want the flame. Raven stays at Arkadia with Monty, Jasper and Harper. Raven is working when Monty discovers that Jasper is chipped. Upon discovering it, Monty runs to Raven and they lock the door to prevent Jasper coming in. Jasper yells at to be let in. Monty is worried about Harper as she doesn't know about Jasper and Raven tells him to keep Jasper talking as if he's outside the door he won't be searching for Harper, who is still outside. Raven attempts to warn Clarke and Bellamy that A.L.I.E. knows about the plan but Jasper had cut the wires of the radio. Jasper later threatens Monty and Raven with Harper's life. He says that if they don't destroy the machine, he will kill her.

In Perverse Instantiation (Part 2), Jasper still has Harper and is using her to threaten Monty and Raven. Monty tells Raven to keep Jasper talking as he has a plan. Jasper tells Raven that they only have a 2% chance of being successful and asks her if she is willing to risk Harper's life on such a small chance. Monty sneaks around and shoots Jasper and Harper helps him to take Jasper down. Raven looks at them and says that she's glad there is no pain in the City of Light. Later Raven notices that Clarke is in the City of Light. She sees that A.L.I.E. is trying to get Clarke out and Jasper says that as Clarke has gone in with the flame it has updated A.L.I.E.'s programming. Raven realizes A.L.I.E. can delete the kill switch and be unstoppable so they become determined to find it. After A.L.I.E. blocks the path to the kill switch with a firewall, Raven makes a portal to the kill switch appear. When Clarke doesn't enter, Raven wants her to trust her and she puts a Raven on it so Clarke will trust here and go through it. Later when Clarke manages to stop A.L.I.E., Raven is confused when the screens go black. Monty asks her how they know it worked and They see Jasper crying and realizes it has. Raven smiles happily when she realizes A.L.I.E. has been stopped and looks relieved.

In The Four Horsemen, Raven along with Clarke, Bellamy, and Abby find some Floukru people, including Luna and Adria, who had eaten irradiated fish and were suffering from ARS. When Abby wanted to use the medicine for the hopes of helping at least Adria, Raven disagreed because they need to conserve all the medicine that they can and it might not help after all. Murphy listened to the conversation secretly while stealing some food and he later steals the medicine and gives it to Abby resulting in Raven finding out and complaining about Murphy being a thief. Afterwards, it was reveleaded that the medicine didn't help and Adria died leaving everyone upset, even Raven had tears in her eyes.

In A Lie Guarded, Raven leaves Arkadia with Jackson, Abby, Murphy, Emori, Luna, Miller, and a couple Guards. Once they arrive on Becca's Island, Raven is irritated by Murphy and calls him a dick. However, later, after he saves her life, she thanks him.

The group sees a drone.

When Raven was forced to stay behind because of her disability, she spots Luna trying to escape. Raven convinces Luna to stay and help her disable the drones. She successfully accomplishes the task just in time to prevent the drones from attacking Abby. Finally, Raven and the rest arrive at Becca's lab. Raven seems to be astonished by the technology in that building.

In The Tinder Box, Raven has a stroke while working in Becca's lab. Abby runs brain scans and determines that it is only getting worse. She warns Raven to not push the limits of her brain, but Raven is determined to help, even if costs her her life. Raven then continues to use her increased intelligence and works out that Becca originally went into space to create the Nightblood serum as the process requires zero gravity environment. She then finds a rocket left by Becca, giving them a way to go to space to reverse engineer the serum.

In We Will Rise, Raven powers through her brain condition, running endless simulations. Abby is resting, leaving Luna and Murphy to deal with Raven's increasing lack of control. Raven breaks down twice, once punching Murphy and later having a seizure.

Raven looks at Murphy

In God Complex, Raven observes "Baylis" die. She is against risking more lives to find a solution. When Luna does not want to donate more marrow for the experiments, Raven compares their actions to the Mountain Men's bone marrow extractions. When Murphy begged Raven to stop them from taking Emori, she gave him a look of sympathy. Raven tried to convince Clarke and Abby to stop and find another solution that does not make them murderers. However, when Clarke asks Raven to give them a better idea, Raven is unable to suggest anything.

In DNR, Raven's brain is only getting worse. She has another seizure and starts hallucinating Becca who is a metaphor for Raven's conscience and tells her that she is running out of time and that Raven should start deciding how she wants to die. Becca suggested a spacewalk, and will help Raven in the master plan to go up to space so she can enjoy her last moments spacewalking which Raven mentioned that when she was spacewalking "Everything was right."

Raven and Murphy's potential last hug.

At the end of the episode, Murphy goes to Raven telling her that it's time to go and she refuses saying that she is basically slowly dying and that she might as well die doing something she loves, spacewalking. Murphy feels extreme sympathy and apologizes deeply for shooting her and disabling her. She tells him that it's not his fault and hugs him with tears in both their eyes. Murphy leaves along with Emori, Miller, and Jackson while Raven is left alone with only her conscience, Becca.

In The Other Side, Raven continues hallucinating Becca who is helping her design the method for going on the last spacewalk before Raven dies. As she is working on the model for the space suit, she begins to have a seizure and fails to reach the seizure kit before starting to also hallucinate Sinclair who grabs her hand before she passes out. When Raven wakes up, she walks over to Becca who she finds duct-taped to a chair. Then Sinclair appears and Raven rushes hugging him tightly before he tells her that she is doing the wrong thing, giving up and accepting death.

Later on, Sinclair and Becca are arguing over what decision Raven should take, pain or life, she turns to Sinclair, announces that she chooses life and they begin planning the method to cure her brain damage. Raven goes into an ice tank and Sinclair tells her that he and Becca will no longer exist after she has gone through with the procedure and she tells him that he will always be with her and Raven begins with the method. After the first part, Raven struggles to get out of the tank before falling out and crawling towards the machine in which she starts using it on herself causing her heart to stop. Seconds later, Raven wakes up gasping for breath and grabs the walkie announcing that "This is Raven Reyes, and I'm alive.".

In The Chosen, Raven contacts Abby informing her that she is safe and has found a cure for the stroke and Abby tells her that she is sending a group of people to come rescue her. As Clarke, Bellamy, Emori, Echo, Murphy are on their way, the rover breaks down and they call Monty and Harper for help, but they decide that they won't have time to save Raven. After that however, Clarke refuses to leave Raven and they arrive to Becca's lab convincing Raven to get the rocket ready and she replies "That deathwave can kiss my ass.".

In Praimfaya, Raven struggles to figure out how to power the rocket and get her friends to space before the Praimfaya hits. She breaks down at some point, but with Bellamy's help, she regains confidence in herself. Using what she learned from Becca, she figures out how to power the rocket. Thanks to Raven's skills, Bellamy, Harper, Emori, Murphy, Monty and Echo manage to get to the Ark and are saved from Praimfaya.

While in space waiting for the ground to be habitable again after Praimfaya, Raven has been running the Ark and training Emori as her assistant. In Eden, it has been six years since Praimfaya but they still have not figured how to safely return to the ground due to lack of fuel. They notice a mysterious ship headed towards Earth, and its transport ship lands on the ground.

In Sleeping Giants, Raven gets a closer look of the ship and figures out that it's the Eligius IV mining ship. She suggests that they should get fuel from the ship. They get inside, only to find that there's no one on the ship. Raven quickly manages to hack the ship's system and steal enough fuel to send them back to the ground. She also starts going through the computer files where she finds video diaries of all the ship captain. With the help of her friends, they figure out that there prisoners are still in the ship who have been kept in cryonic chambers. After realizing that those running the ship are down on the ground hunting their friends, Bellamy asks Raven to figure out a way to kill all the prisoners remotely so that they could use it as leverage. However, Raven is unable to figure out a way to do it remotely. So, she offers to stay in the ship and pull the trigger from the inside. Murphy remains behind with her only for Raven to tell him that it is a suicide mission.

Raven and Murphy

In Pandora's Box, Diyoza refuses to honor her agreement with Bellamy and instructs Miles Shaw to hack the ship and regain control. Raven isn't willing to pull the plug of the sleeping prisoners and instead puts up a hacking fight against Shaw. Raven continues learning about the ship and its history. She finds out that Diyoza was a terrorist.

In Shifting Sands, Raven and Murphy had been captured and are brought to down at the Valley to be tortured and interrogated. Raven claims no knowledge of how prisoners was locked out of the missile system, but the prisoners don't believe her. Shaw stops the torture and, after the other prisoners leave, confesses to Raven that he's the one who disabled it to save Raven's friends on the ground from Diyoza's attack and blamed her. Realizing that she can use Shaw, Raven comes up with a plan that would get Murphy out to warn the others on the ground about the missile launch. The plan works out and no one suspects that Raven is working with Shaw.

In Acceptable Losses, Echo comes to the valley with the defectors from Octavia's Wonkru. She gives Raven a flash drive that Monty gave her so that Raven can plug it into the ship to gain control over the mothership's camera. Raven thinks the plan is brilliant. Echo says that Murphy mentioned that Raven had a person on the inside, Shaw, and asks Raven if they can trust him. Raven isn't sure but says she hopes so. However, after asking Shaw to help, he refuses. Raven tries to appeal to his moral compass but it doesn't work because it was Shaw's moral compass that made him help the prisoners mutiny in the first place.

Echo then suggests using Shaw locking the missile system against him to get access to the ship. Raven refuses because she doesn't want to betray him. But Echo goes ahead anyway and tells Diyoza that Shaw is a traitor and that Raven can prove it if she were to access the ship's computer system. Raven reluctantly goes along with Echo's plan. While pretending to look for evidence that Shaw disabled the missile system, she shows Echo where to plug in the flash drive. Once the program finishes running, Raven displays a screen showing that Shaw disabled the system. Echo's plan works perfectly, giving Monty control over the camera. Later, in the church, Echo tries to talk to the upset Raven, but a beaten and shock-collared Shaw is brought in.

Raven runites with Abby

In How We Get to Peace, Raven is forced by the prisoners to help with a medical equipment. When she goes in, she is thrilled to be reunited with he mentor, Abby. She asks Abby to let the prisoners die but Abby lies to her that she's being forced to treat them by Diyoza. Raven later finds that Abby is helping Diyoza in exchange for drugs. Raven gets very angry that Abby is getting pills if she helps other prisoners. After that experience, Raven is willing to do anything to bring this to an end. When Shaw comes to talk to her, she painfully tells him how she lost her mother, due to alcoholic addiction.

In Sic Semper Tyrannis, Raven is reunited with Murphy and Emori. They start brainstorming escape plans. she comes up with an escape plan in which they would cause infighting between McCreary and Diyoza's people. While the two sides are fighting, Raven and Emori turn off their collars. Raven asks Shaw to come with them and when he refuses, Raven tells him that the other option is for them to kill him. Shaw agrees out of fear and lets them disable his collar. He escapes with them.

Raven and Shaw

In The Dark Year, Raven and her friends are hiding in the caves with Shaw, Diyoza and Kane. They figure out that Clarke has betrayed Wonkru to McCreary. The Spacekru sneaks out to look for alternative ways to get Wonkru into the valley safely. As they leave, Raven asks Shaw to remain behind. But when they are ambushed by McCreary's henchmen, Shaw comes in to help them fight. Raven gets mad at Shaw for risking his life and for making her worry about him. After that, Raven and Shaw share a passionate kiss.

In Damocles (Part 1), Raven and her friends wait for Wonkru to get in position. They then start shooting at a different spot to divert McCreary's guards from the entrance. Unfortunately, Diyoza and Kane have already betrayed them to McCreary. So, McCreary orders his men back to the gorge to massacre Wonkru. Realizing that Wonkru don't have a leader left to lead them to keep fighting, Echo convinces Raven and Shaw to go with her to get Madi. They find Madi sleeping in the church. Madi accepts to come lead Wonkru and asks Raven to turn off her collar before Clarke finds them. Madi says she's glad to finally meet Raven after hearing so much about her. Suddenly, Clarke comes in and points a gun at Raven, ordering her to stop disabling Madi's collar. Raven calls out Clarke for betraying them. She lets Madi go but Madi quickly knocks down Clarke's gun, giving Raven chance to finish disabling Madi's collar. However, just before they can escape, McCreary comes in and orders his men to capture Shaw and Raven and take them to the transport ship. McCreary intends to torture Raven until Shaw agrees to launch the missiles, killing all of the remaining Wonkru. So, Shaw begs Raven to activate his collar and electrocute him to death so that he won't have to bomb Wonkru. But Raven refuses to kill him.

In Damocles (Part 2), Raven and Shaw are being tortured by McCreary to pressure one of them to fly the Eligius IV transportation ship and launch the missiles to destroy Wonkru. They hold strong for some time but when McCreary threatens to cut Shaw's leg, Raven breaks and agrees to fly the ship. Luckily, Clarke barges in holding Diyoza hostage and threatens to kill Diyoza and her unborn McCreary's baby. Realizing that he's lost the battle, McCreary decides to destroy the valley instead. He launches the hythylodium nuclear fuel towards the ground. McCreary then orders Raven to fly the ship since that's the only safe place once earth is uninhabitable. Clarke asks Raven to obey McCreary's order or else she would shoot Shaw. Raven refuses, arguing that she doesn't leave her friends behind. Clarke starts counting down from three but instead of shooting Raven or Shaw, she shoots McCreary's men instead. Raven and Shaw quickly join the fight. Clarke kills McCreary. However, it's too late because the hythylodium tanks are only about ten minutes away from hitting the ground.

Raven comes up with a plan to load all of Wonkru into the transport ship and fly away away before the attack. She radios Wonkru about the situation and asks Madi to lead her people into the ship. With only a few seconds left, Raven wants to fly the ship but Bellamy and Clarke insist on waiting for Emori and Monty who are lagging behind, carrying Murphy. They make it just as the hythylodium hits the ground. Raven is relieved. Raven and Shaw fly the ship into space. After getting to a safe distance, they start strategizing on how to survive ten years until the earth is habitable again. Raven suggests that they should use the ship's cryogenic chambers to sleep during that time. She argues that the chambers are excellent as they kept the prisoners alive for hundreds of years. Raven's plan for them to go into cryogenic sleep gets support from a lot of people, including Madi.

In Sanctum, Raven is one of the first people woken up to see Monty's message about the "Alpha planet". While most of the others are excited and relieved, Raven struggles to deal with her emotions. Not only is she upset about Monty and Harper's deaths, but she is also angry at Clarke and Abby who betrayed and tortured her. Her boyfriend Shaw comforts her. Since Raven is the only other pilot, she is left on the mothership while Shaw pilots the Gagarin transport ship to the ground. Shortly upon their departure, they lose communication. Raven and Jordan start working to change the ship's orbit and restore the comms. During this, they discover that the "Alpha" is actually a moon, not a planet.

When Raven notices pills on Abby's desk, she takes them away because she is worried about Abby giving into her drug addiction again. Abby wants to use the pills to save Kane but it doesn't stop Raven from worrying. Abby thinks she has better control than Raven's mother but Raven says that at least her mother didn't torture her when she was on drugs. Raven gives up on trying to save Abby and gives her the pills. However, Abby's plans to save Kane is compromised by Octavia. So, she hands the drugs back to Raven for safe keeping.

In Red Sun Rising, Raven is in the control room when the ship is hijacked by four intruders who stole the Gagarin from the ground crew. With everyone else compromised, Raven wakes up Diyoza and explains the situation. Diyoza comes up with a plan through which she manages to kill two of the intruders and negotiate a plan to let everyone else free. When the leader of the hijackers demands to see her husband alive first, Diyoza pushes Raven to dress up in one of their suits. Raven and Diyoza are unable to fool Kaylee but luckily, Madi swoops in and joins the fight. After defeating the intruders and learning about the threat on the ground, Raven flies some of their crew to the ground to save their friend. She is excited to be reunited with Shaw. However, on arriving at the radiation tower outside Sanctum, she is saddened to find Shaw's grave. Shaw's death takes an emotional toll on Raven.

In The Children of Gabriel, she is still recovering from Shaw's death. She is also upset about Clarke being in command, again. However she agrees to go with Bellamy, Echo and Octavia to fly the dropship into Sanctum.

In The Face Behind the Glass, Raven keeps to herself while everyone else is celebrating Delilah's naming day. Raven notices pictures of Priya (Delilah's Prime) on the wall, one of which has a motorcycle. She asks more about the machine shop where the motorcycle's are repaired. Clarke comes to make amends with Raven as part of Sanctum's naming day ceremony. She apologizes for betraying Raven, Shaw and their friends back on Earth. Raven refuses to accept the apology but Clarke tells her that, before dying, Shaw asked them to tell Raven that she deserves happiness. This doesn't calm Raven down. Instead, she says that Clarke's problem is that she keeps repeating the same things and saying sorry which doesn't undo what she did. Raven then blames Clarke for her own selfish actions back on Earth. She says Clarke is worse than Octavia because at least Octavia doesn't pretend to be a good person. After that, Raven goes to the machine shop to check out the tools. She runs into Ryker who admits that he doesn't care much about the celebrations either. Raven and Ryker warm up to each other as Raven fixes his motorcycle engine.

In Memento Mori, Raven returns to Sanctum and is devastated to learn that the Primes have been using Nightbloods as hosts so that they can live forever. When Josephine, pretending to be Clarke, claims that they've all done horrible things to survive, Raven disagrees, saying that she hasn't. She goes to the machine shop with Emori to get started working on a radiation shield so that her group can build their own place like Sanctum. In the machine shop, Raven is upset as she works with Ryker who happens to be a Prime. Ryker figures out that Raven knows and asks her about it. Raven says that as a person who has had pain for years, she understands the need to want another body; but she would never go for it if it means killing another person. Ryker claims that the hosts are willing but Raven disagrees. Raven is disgusted when Ryker mentions that he still keeps gifts given to previous hosts in order to honor them. Since Ryker has been brought back eight times, Raven asks him if that will be his last body but he refuses to answer. Raven leaves to fly Abby to the mother ship.

In Nevermind, Clarke discovers that she survived the implantation of Josephine's Mind Drive due to still having A.L.I.E.'s neural mesh within her head. A manifestation of the AI shows Clarke a memory of Clarke removing the mesh from Raven's mind with the EMP device and warns that if Josephine finds it, the Primes can use it to get rid of Clarke for good. A.L.I.E. helps Clarke to protect the memory from Josephine.

In The Old Man and the Anomaly, Raven is at the mothership with Abby and Simone. She becomes suspicious that Abby intends to save Kane by turning him into a Nightblood and bringing him back in another body using the Primes' Mind Drive technology. After realizing that Simone has convinced a man named Gavin to sacrifice himself to become Kane's host for the glory of the Primes, Raven calls it murder but Simone insists Gavin volunteered. Raven tries to talk him out of it but Simone injects him with the substance to knock him out and wipe his memory. Abby asks Raven to do the spacewalk required to complete the spacewalk but Raven refuses. Abby decides to do it herself, despite Raven's warning that it would kill her. As Abby puts on the spacesuit, Raven feels guilty watching her kill herself. So, she reluctantly agrees to do the spacewalk. She says that she is only doing it to save Abby because she couldn't save her own mother.

In What You Take With You, Raven confronts Abby by asking her if saving Kane was worth it. Her point is proven when Kane disagrees with Abby, saying that it feels wrong that they killed someone else to save him. Raven wakes Indra from her cryogenic sleep and introduces the new Kane to her. After hearing about the Primes, Indra is indifferent at first, but Raven convinces her that they have to bring an end to meaningless deaths like that. Raven comes up with a plan. They would destroy the Nightblood serum already made. The Primes won't be able to get to zero-gravity to make their own serum because they don't have a pilot. If they tried to get to the ship, Indra would stop them. While executing their plan, Raven and Indra are confronted by Abby who pleads with them to stop but Raven refuses. After finding out that Kane intends to float himself, Abby begs Indra to let her talk to Kane but she refuses. However, Raven allows her to go say goodbye.

In Matryoshka, Raven and Abby return to Sanctum only to find Sanctum under lockdown and their friends locked up. Russell orders for them to be locked up too. While locked up with the rest, Raven learns about Madi being controlled by Sheidheda. She reveals that all they need to permanently get rid of Sheidheda from the Flame is to access the AI and delete his files. She asks Gaia to give her Becca's notes once they get out so that she can remove the Dark Commander from the Flame. When Russell decides to execute all of them, Raven and Murphy convince him to change his mind by promising to make more Nightblood out of Madi's bone marrow. Raven and Abby are set free and tasked with making new Nightblood serum.

In Adjustment Protocol, Raven is still trying to figure out a way to delete Sheidheda from the Flame in order to save Madi. Sheidheda takes control of Madi and threatens to kill Madi if Raven doesn't stop trying. Clarke asks Raven to help her lower the radiation shield but Raven asks to stick behind in order to continue working on saving Madi. Russell forces Raven to continue drawing bone marrow from Madi despite her weakening state. To buy Raven and Madi some time, Abby turns herself into a Nightblood so that they can draw the bone marrow from her instead of Madi. Raven says that the bone marrow is only enabling the Primes to kill more innocents.

Abby apologizes to Raven for not listening to her and for letting her desire to save Kane crowd her judgment about the Primes' practices. Raven apologizes to Abby too for being too hard on her. Later on, Raven and Abby are shocked when Russell decides to use Abby as the new host for his wife Simone. Raven tries to save Abby but Russell wipes Abby's mind. Raven watches in tears as Abby dies in front of her. After taking over Abby's body, Simone forces Raven to fly the Primes to the mothership. When Raven refuses, Simone points a gun at Madi, forcing Raven to comply. After arriving at the ship, the Primes and Clarke pretending to be Josie hold Raven, Madi and Gaia hostages.

In From the Ashes, she is resting with others at the Farmhouse. She understands the grief that Clarke has after her mother's loss and tries to find some words to cheer her up. She says she is worried about Sheidheda's disappearance and wants to search again the computer on the mothership. She makes some food and goes outside where she gives a speech about friends who are no longer with them.

Later, with the group on their way to Sanctum, she talks about building their own compound, which would take 2-3 years. She is being interrupted by James who warns her about a problem with the reactor which she immediately goes to look at.

As tensions between Children of Gabriel and True Believers rise, Raven asks Murphy and Emori to use their status of Primes to try to calm everyone down which allows Wonkru to move Russell from his prison into the palace.

In False Gods, Raven seeks Emori's help as continuing problems with Sanctum's nuclear reactor causes power loss. Raven and Emori find James and Cora dead and the reactor overheating, approaching a nuclear meltdown. Raven gathers Clarke, Murphy, Emori and Indra to address the problem as she needs Nightbloods to work on the reactor. Raven explains the problem, stating that if the reactor reaches 1,500 degrees, it will melt down and destroy Sanctum. Raven states that someone will have to go into primary containment to get the control rods in place while a team will need to repair the cooling system in secondary containment. As primary containment is a high-radiation environment, Nightblood won't be a guarantee but will help. Clarke volunteers, but can't as she has to focus on Russell's upcoming execution. Raven decides to assign Emori to fix the control rods, but if she can't do it in 60 seconds, Murphy will have to take over while Wonkru will handle the pipes. Raven is confident that the radiation exposure won't be fatal and refuses suggestions of calling upon the Eligius prisoners for help as she doesn't trust them.

Raven attends the meeting where Indra calls for help from Wonkru only to have many abandon them after learning the truth about the Flame. With no other choice, Raven approaches Hatch, Nikki and three other Eligius prisoners for help, downplaying the danger to them. Hatch agrees to help in exchange for all the Jo Juice they can drink though Nikki stays behind.

With the reactor temperature going above 1,450 degrees, Raven sends everyone to their jobs, though Murphy expresses discontent at Raven's lies though she brushes it off as necessary before Emori breaks up the argument. As Emori struggles to fix the control rods in 60 seconds, Raven shouts out instructions to her. Though she stays a few seconds too long, she succeeds, but the temperature keeps rising, albeit at a slower rate. Though Hatch presses Raven to reroute the coolant as the pressure is too high, she can't afford to as the reactor is too close to melting down.

With Emori getting sick from the radiation and not enough time left, Murphy presses Raven to get in and help the prisoners, stating that he will "spin the dials" for her. However, Raven states that it is too complicated for her to leave it to Murphy before he suddenly becomes sick too. Raven realizes that more radiation must be leaking than she thought as Murphy never entered primary containment and the prisoners start to collapse too. Raven refuses to pull the men out as they are almost done and lies as she refuses to trust them to do the right thing. Raven insists that the men are already dead from the radiation and they can still finish the job or everyone will die with not even Nightblood being enough to protect people.

With Emori becoming weak, Raven assures Murphy that she will be fine as Nightblood metabolizes radiation and they can get her to Jackson. As Hatch calls for more nitrogen, Raven sends Murphy to bring it to Hatch then locks Murphy in with Hatch to force Murphy to help fix the problem, relying on his sense of self-preservation. Raven warns that they are 10 degrees from meltdown and must weld faster. Much to Raven's relief, at the last possible second, Hatch and Murphy manage to fix the cooling system and avert the meltdown. To Raven's horror, a radiation-burned Hatch comes to the window to tell Raven that "you're welcome" before collapsing, dead, from the radiation poisoning he suffered.

After the meltdown is averted, Murphy and Raven remove the bodies to the machine shop. As Murphy stands over Hatch's body, an upset Raven states that she's responsible. Murphy agrees, commenting that "the mighty have fallen. Welcome to the world of gray." Nikki enters with a few other Eligius prisoners looking for her husband and violently assaults Raven in her rage. Murphy and Emori attempt to intervene, but are both thrown aside multiple times. Finally, the other prisoners drag a still-screaming Nikki away. Murphy and Emori attempt to help Raven to Medical, but she rejects their help as she sits and cries. Shortly after, Murphy, Raven and Emori enter Medical for treatment of their injuries and radiation poisoning, creating a distraction that allows Sheidheda to get a report from Alyssa.

In Hesperides, Raven continues to be haunted by the deaths of Hatch and the three other Eligius prisoners and is monitoring the reactor when Clarke seeks her help to study the armor of a deceased Disciple recovered from the forest. With other Disciples demanding Clarke's surrender, she warns Raven that they don't have much time and Raven promises to come on a motorcycle if she learns anything, having been taught to ride by Ryker Desai. Alongside Jordan Green, Raven studies the armor with the two reminiscing on how the last time they worked together, they had discovered that Sanctum is a moon not a planet. To Raven's surprise, Jordan reveals that he got stabbed since they last worked together, causing Raven to apologize for not coming for him sooner. After removing the helmet, Raven experiences a brief hallucination of Hatch beneath the mask. Raven realizes that the armor is controlled by thought and manages to activate the suit's HUD, learning from it that the Anomaly is a wormhole. However, the armor's file on Clarke causes Raven to realize that Clarke's life is in danger.

Later, as Clarke, Miller, Niylah and Gaia are in a standoff with eight Disciples, Jordan interrupts and orders his friends to get down. Wearing the dead Disciple's armor and cloaked, Raven kills the eight Disciples with the armor's energy weapon, saving her friends. However, Raven tells Jordan that she is not okay as she has just killed eight people which is wrong.

Raven leads her friends to the room containing the Anomaly Stone where the Anomaly is now located, taking the form of a small circular portal. Raven explains that the Anomaly leads "everywhere" while Clarke states that they must get to Skyring to pick up their friends' trail. Raven attempts to use the HUD to find the correct planet, but discovers that it doesn't give names but symbols for each planet with six planets in a network though one is offline. On Clarke's instruction, Raven chooses a planet that she thinks looks fun and enters the symbols given into the Anomaly Stone.

Raven leads Clarke, Jordan, Miller and Niylah through the Anomaly while Gaia stays behind to warn the others and protect Madi from Disciple retribution. However, the group emerges on the ice planet of Nakara instead of Skyring. Though they all want to travel to a different planet, the Anomaly closes behind them and they are left upon an ice field with no sign of an Anomaly Stone to set a new destination.

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. Clarke attempts to move the wall, but removing her helmet and looking around closer, Raven realizes that they are not in a cave but a living organism and the acidic fluid that is dripping around them is digestive enzyme. Clarke and Raven realize that this means that they are the creature's next meal.

Trapped, Raven questions how Clarke always stays strong no matter what. Clarke states that that's not true, but Raven admits that she is haunted by the Eligius prisoners that she sent to their deaths in the nuclear reactor and the eight Disciples she killed later that night causing Raven to "feel like my soul is cracked open" while Clarke just continues on despite everything that has happened to her and everything that she is done. Raven suggests that they are experiencing karma for all of the people they've killed, but Clarke insists that the people they've killed has been to save the people that they love. Raven points out that the people they've killed loved people too and wonders when it ends. Clarke reassures Raven that it doesn't end there and Raven's soul isn't cracked, calling Raven probably the best person that she knows. Crying, Raven admits that she could've welded the reactor pipes herself but she was too scared to do it and instead sent Hatch and his people to die. As Raven breaks down, Clarke hugs and comforts her friend.

As Raven and Clarke embrace, Miller, Jordan and Niylah are forced to open fire on more of the spider-like creatures, causing the creature that they are inside of to shift again and reopen the wall between the two groups much to Clarke and Raven's pleasure. 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. As Raven continues working, Miller discovers a piece of cloth with the symbol of the Second Dawn on it, suggesting a link between the cult and the Disciples.

As more creatures are heard approaching, Raven finally manages to bring the star map into focus and finds the symbol for the correct planet. As the others hold off the creatures, Raven enters the code into the Anomaly Stone, causing the Anomaly to open nearby and scare away the creatures. Ordering the others to have their weapons ready as they don't know what's waiting for them on the other side, Clarke leads her friends 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 Anaconda, Clarke and Raven comfort each other over their shared grief before Bill Cadogan arrives. Cadogan and Gabriel Santiago reveal that the Disciples believe that Clarke still has the Flame in her head and Cadogan asks if his daughter Callie's consciousness is still in there. Clarke claims that it is, but refuses to help Cadogan due to Bellamy's apparent death and demands that their friends be sent in. To everyone's shock, when Echo, Octavia and Diyoza enter, they are in full Disciple armor and appear to have been brainwashed to the Disciple cause.

In The Flock, one of Nikki's demands after taking hostages is that Raven turn herself over so that Nikki can exact her revenge for Hatch's death. With no sign of Raven or their other friends on Sanctum, Murphy and Sheidheda turn themselves over and Murphy attempts to lie that Raven is elsewhere which Nikki doesn't buy. When time runs out and Raven fails to appear, Nikki prepares to execute Emori instead. However, Murphy reveals that it was his idea to use the Eligius prisoners, not Raven's and attempts to talk Nikki down. The situation is resolved when Wonkru invades the Great Hall through a secret tunnel and forces the prisoners and Children of Gabriel to surrender.

In A Little Sacrifice, a shocked Clarke demands that Cadogan allow all of her people to return to Sanctum in exchange for her help in using the Flame. However, Echo states that they aren't going anywhere as they have a war to fight. Echo leaves the room followed by Octavia and Diyoza with Octavia not saying a word as she leaves. When Clarke demands to know what was done to her friends, Anders simply states that they are now ready to serve mankind in the last war. After the Disciples, aside from Cadogan, are evacuated from the Stone room, Gabriel explains that the Disciples think that Clarke has the Flame due to seeing Octavia's memory of Clarke using it to destroy A.L.I.E. The group realizes that the fact that Echo, Octavia and Diyoza never told the Disciples the truth means that they are only playing along with the Disciples and have not really joined them.

Returned to their room, Octavia becomes annoyed with Diyoza's pacing and anger over Hope's unwillingness to play along, reassuring her friend that they will get Hope out before she is sent to Skyring. As Diyoza wonders how, Clarke, Nathan Miller and Raven enter and Clarke and Octavia immediately share a hug. The two apologize to each other while Diyoza expresses surprise at the lack of guards. Raven explains that Clarke threatened not to help with the Flame if the Disciples got in their way. Raven compliments Octavia on not telling the Disciples the truth about the Flame and she explains that she thought it was good leverage since they were bound to show up eventually. Looking at a silent Miller, Octavia tells her old friend that they're glad that they did before hugging him. After a moment, the surprised Miller returns the hug at Octavia's insistence.

Hope suddenly arrives, causing everyone to turn their guns on her before Diyoza reassures them that Hope is not one of the Disciples. Hope instantly recognizes Clarke, Raven and Miller from her mother's descriptions of them and Diyoza explains that Hope is her daughter and that "time dilation's a bitch." Hope insists that they need to get off of Bardo immediately and that there is currently no time for explanations or introductions. As they leave the room, Clarke realizes that Echo is missing and Hope brushes it off, stating that Echo will catch up which no one believes and Octavia quickly realizes that Echo is getting revenge for Bellamy. Hope warns them that they only have 45 minutes to get off of Bardo and that she doesn't know what Echo's plan is, just that Levitt helped her with it and didn't tell Hope more because Echo knew they'd get it out of Hope and try and stop her. Worried about Levitt, Octavia heads off to check on him followed by the others.

Clarke's group discovers a tied-up and beaten Levitt who admits that he broke after Echo killed two people in front of him. Levitt states that he was forced to help Echo get Gen-9, the bioweapon that wiped out the native Bardoans and will deploy it through the central humidification system on the Machine Level. Raven realizes that it will take time to go from its entry point to the vents and Echo will make a run for the Stone room. Hope insists that they should too while they still have time. Levitt begs Octavia to release him so that he can get help, but Hope warns Octavia that if they do, the Disciples will kill Echo. Octavia decides to replace the gag in Levitt's mouth as she and the others go after Echo.

As Echo is about to release Gen-9, Hope and the others show up to stop her, upsetting Echo as Hope was supposed to get them all out. Octavia attempts to talk Echo down, understanding her desire for revenge over the loss of Bellamy. Octavia insists that there are good people on Bardo, but Echo is dismissive of this, pointing out that Levitt stole Octavia's memories from her and in the process, put everyone into this situation in the first place. Clarke steps forward and tries to convince Echo that this is the wrong thing to do based on her own experiences with making choices when there was another solution and that they can learn to live with their grief, but deciding to commit genocide is something that will always stay with them.

However, Echo states that their situations are different as Clarke only takes lives to save the people that she loves while Echo is killing everyone on Bardo for vengeance "pure and simple." Echo believes that if the Disciples had killed any of them, that Bellamy would be doing the exact same thing. Raven insists that Bellamy wouldn't do it, that while the Bellamy that helped to massacre a sleeping army sent to protect Arkadia might've done it, the Bellamy that Spacekru spent six years on the Ark with, the one that Echo loved, would not. Raven calls Echo her sister and says that her sister wouldn't do it. Clearly conflicted, Echo states that Raven is wrong and moves Gen-9 over the humidification system again. Raven refuses to leave Echo, promising that if Echo releases the bioweapon, she will stay right there and Echo will have to kill her too. Breaking down in tears, Echo finally relents and Raven pulls her into a hug as Diyoza takes the Gen-9 from Echo's hand.

Before the group can leave, they are interrupted by Anders who is enraged at Echo killing three more Disciples, torturing Levitt and attempting to use Gen-9 to commit genocide. The situation dissolves into a standoff when 4 Disciple guards decloak behind Anders who agrees to send Echo to Skyring for 20 years for punishment unless Clarke fails to help them use the final code to begin the last war in which case Echo will die on Skyring instead.

Suddenly, Hope states that she has a better idea, "you die here" and slits Anders' throat, killing him. As Anders drops Gen-9, Hope catches it and attempts to release a single drop into the humidification system. However, Diyoza catches the drop in the palm of her hand and shuts the hatch on humidification system. As Diyoza begins to crystalize from the bioweapon, Hope tries to rush to her mother's side but is restrained by Octavia while Diyoza orders the others to get Hope out. Octavia drags a desperate Hope from the room as she shouts apologizes at her mother for her actions. In her last moments, Diyoza tells Hope "don't waste it little one. Be better than me." Screaming in grief, Hope watches as her mother, Anders' body and the entire room is crystalized.

In Blood Giant, Gabriel approaches Sheidheda, wondering what is going on. The Dark Commander demands to know who Gabriel is and Clarke realizes that it isn't Russell. Otis introduces Sheidheda and Raven comments that they now know where his code went. The Dark Commander demands that everyone either kneel or die, but Cadogan informs him that while he normally would relish the opportunity to recruit Sheidheda's forces to the cause, he has neither the time nor the patience to do so at the moment.

On Cadogan's signal, cloaked Disciples kill the Dark Commander's Wonkru guards, allowing Raven, Indra and Clarke to rush to help the tied-up Murphy. Murphy comments that he can accept invisibility and ray guns, but he needs an explanation for Bellamy's new status. Clarke asks if Madi is safe with Gaia, only to learn that everyone else had thought that Gaia was with her. Murphy reassures Clarke that Madi is safe for now and Cadogan orders Indra restrained with Sheidheda against everyone's wishes. Cadogan points out that Indra was standing by the throne and states that the only reason she isn't dead is that she was unarmed. Sheidheda charges Cadogan, but a still-cloaked Disciple stabs him in the gut. Cadogan has a Disciple bring the palace's microphone over and the the Dark Commander that his wound is deep and Cadogan has no interest in removing Sheidheda from his throne. Cadogan proposes that the Dark Commander gives him undisturbed passage to get what he came for, meaning that Cadogan sees not a single soul on their path and in exchange, Cadogan will leave Gabriel there to treat him. Once the Disciples are gone, Sheidheda is free to "continue the debasement of our species" until he is saved along with the rest of humanity once Cadogan completes his quest although the other option is for the Dark Commander to die. With Sheidheda agreeing, Cadogan orders the others that it's time to go after the Flame.

Outside, Cadogan derisively observes the state of Sanctum, but monologues about how thanks to the Disciples, humanity will transcend and reach the Promised Land, much to Clarke's annoyance. Clarke begins leading the group through Sanctum and Murphy approaches Bellamy, believing that he is only playing along with the Disciples and asking what his plan really is. Bellamy informs Murphy that it isn't an act and that it's real and he is trying to save them all. While Bellamy doesn't expect Murphy to understand, Bellamy tries to reassure Murphy that he is still Murphy's friend and Bellamy is looking out for him. Not at all reassured, Murphy walks away from Bellamy, much to his distress.

Approaching Clarke and Raven, Murphy begs for them to tell him that Bellamy is not serious, but Raven confirms it. Murphy and Clarke admit that they both feel out of the loop and Clarke asks what he means that Madi is safe for now. Murphy reassures Clarke that Madi is safe with Emori in the reactor, shocking Clarke. Murphy informs Raven and Clarke that believe it or not, the reactor is the safest place in Sanctum and Raven wonders what the hell has been going on in Sanctum while they've been gone. Cadogan orders the group to stop and Clarke tells him that she's in a hurry and that he has their friends and she would like to have them back and then to see her daughter. If Cadogan would like to see his, he has to follow her. Cadogan announces a new plan: Clarke goes while everyone else stays there. Bellamy objects, reminding Cadogan that as long as their friends are out there, Clarke won't risk their lives. Cadogan states that that's why Raven and Murphy are staying with them and orders Clarke to hurry along as Cadogan doesn't want to be on Sanctum for any longer than he has to be. After looking at Bellamy for a moment, a frustrated Clarke walks off alone. Murphy suggests waiting in the tavern, but is stopped by two armed Disciples decloaking in front of him. Raven tells Murphy that he will get used to it and the two exchange quips about how well the other did as Cadogan, Bellamy and Doucette settle onto a vantage point to keep watch.

Sitting around a campfire, Raven informs Murphy of the developments since they last saw each other. Murphy asks if its weird that to him the craziest part of all of it is Bellamy's robe which Raven agrees with. Raven points out how calm Bellamy seems to be despite the fact that Echo and Octavia are hostages and Murphy reminds Raven that they are hostages too. However, Raven knows that something happened to Bellamy while he was on Etherea that caused him to change.

Suddenly, alarms begin going off warning that Red Sun toxin has been detected. Murphy and Raven join the Disciples and Bellamy urges Cadogan to get back to Bardo for his own safety. Cadogan refuses to leave without the Flame and suspects that it might just be another one of Clarke's tricks. Raven draws everyone's attention to the sky where the gas giant that Sanctum orbits has been turned red by the eclipse and affected bugs are attacking Sanctum's shield. The power goes out as people begin rushing for Ryker's Keep and Murphy suggests that they should join them unless Bellamy wants to drown him again in the pond. Raven realizes that the power being out means that the shield is down and spots a swarm of affected bugs coming towards them. Raven urges everybody to run which Bellamy agrees with, but Cadogan refuses to leave without the Flame. Doucette agrees that they should execute the hostages and get Cadogan home which Murphy points out isn't what Bellamy had said. Bellamy states that Clarke heard the alarm too and will go for Madi who Murphy states is in the reactor. Raven agrees that it's perfect as she can get the power back on and kill the bugs before the bugs kill them. The Disciples, Raven, Murphy and Bellamy all grab a torch and race towards the machine shop and the reactor.

The group arrives just after the swarm has killed Knight and two other members of Wonkru who were trying to break into the reactor. Using their torches, the group drives off the swarm and seals up the machine shop on Bellamy's orders in order to keep them out. Clarke arrives carrying a bag before they can finish sealing off the machine shop and explains that it contains anti-toxin from the farmhouse. Cadogan realizes she wants to use it on Madi, but Clarke states that there's enough for everyone, although Clarke was thinking of her daughter before Cadogan. Everyone takes the anti-toxin and Cadogan calls it "another lesson in the destructiveness of familial love."

Clarke tries to get through the locked door to the reactor without any success and Cadogan questions if she got the Flame or not. Clarke promises that if Cadogan gets her through the door, she will give it to him without a fight. Cadogan agrees and has Disciple Kelly blast open the door. As everyone in the reactor takes cover and Emori aims her gun at the door, Murphy enters and reassures Emori that it's the good guys while Clarke and Madi embrace. As Raven enters and embraces Emori, struck for a moment by the memory of Hatch's death, Murphy reassures the people hiding in the reactor that they have enough anti-toxin for everyone. Raven realizes that Emori took down the shield and begins working to get the power back on. Cadogan enters with his Disciples and Clarke silently hands over the Flame much to Cadogan's delight.

Raven is able to restore power to the reactor and the shield, but notices a leak springing up in secondary containment. Raven slowly enters secondary containment to deal with the leak, haunted by memories of Hatch's death. Raven quickly fixes the leak, but is confronted by the vengeful Nikki armed with a box cutter which she holds to Raven's throat. As Raven starts crying, Nikki demands that she explain what she did before Nikki kills her in revenge. Emotionally, Raven recounts how she sent Hatch and his men into the reactor despite knowing that radiation was leaking and that she had locked them in when it got really bad out of fear that Hatch was as much of a coward as Raven herself was. Raven admits that Hatch wasn't, that he was brave and that she had chosen to let Hatch and his men die and to save herself instead. Stating that it should've been her instead, Raven begs Nikki to kill her if it will give Nikki peace. Becoming emotional, Nikki decides not to kill Raven and to leave Raven to live with what she did instead. Raven sinks to the floor in tears as Nikki leaves and the concerned Murphy, Emori and Clarke rush to her side after seeing Nikki exit the reactor in tears. Seeing Raven's state, her friends comfort Raven together.

With the shield restored and the bugs gone, the Disciples, Bellamy, Clarke, Murphy, Emori and Raven make their way to the Great Hall where an armed Indra, having dispatched the Disciples left behind by Cadogan to guard her and Sheidheda, demands to know where her daughter is. Cadogan is confused as to who Indra is talking about and Bellamy tells Indra that nobody even knew that Gaia was missing until that day. Bellamy promises that they will get everybody back and orders Indra to put down the gun which Indra does after Clarke confirms his order. Urged on by a hallucination of Josephine Lightbourne, Gabriel reveals that he believes that he can repair the Flame's damaged code using a computer designed to repair broken Memory Drives, stitching together broken strings of code that, like the Flame itself, was created by Becca Franko. Cadogan gives Gabriel the Flame who inserts it into the computer and states that if Becca's memories are still inside, the computer will find them. The computer successfully begins repairing the Flame's code, but Gabriel suddenly changes his mind and destroys the Flame completely with a gunshot. Gabriel turns his gun onto Cadogan and orders the Disciples to take off their helmets and drop their weapons which they comply with. As Gabriel takes the anti-toxin, Bellamy attempts to calm him down, stating that they need Cadogan to get their friends back, including Echo and Hope. Taking advantage of Bellamy distracting Gabriel, Doucette attempts to attack him only to be shot in the chest by Clarke. Horrified, Bellamy catches Doucette who urges his friend not to lose faith before dying.

With the situation under control, Clarke orders Raven to fire up the Anomaly Stone so that they can get to their friends. Using a Disciple helmet, Raven is able to reactivate the Stone and demands to know which planet their friends are on. Cadogan informs Clarke that the planet if off-line and only he knows the code to it. Checking the star map, Raven determines that Cadogan is telling the truth and that there is one planet that they can't get to. Clarke demands that Cadgoan enter the code in exchange for getting to live and he complies, opening the Anomaly to their missing friends. Cadogan states that they have the Bridge to their friends, but Clarke orders Cadogan to come with them and he tells her that she should have more faith. As Bellamy approaches, Clarke orders him to remain behind as Bellamy has made his choice while Murphy really hopes that what he believes in was worth it. Bellamy asserts that it was and Raven leads Murphy, Emori, Jackson, Madi and Gabriel through the Anomaly with no one else saying a word to their former friend. They are followed through the Anomaly soon after by Indra, Cadogan and Clarke.


"Raven's just a real badass. She's a guy's girl, very intelligent, fierce and tough. She is a huge asset because of her intelligence… I see Raven helping girls become interested in science, engineering, and mechanics. She makes it look cool." — Lindsey Morgan

Raven has a strong will and is not afraid to break the rules. Abby remarks that Raven's personality is similar to Clarke's. She has a short temper as shown when she at various times attacks Nygel, punches Major Byrne, and also punches Clarke, even screaming and attacks Murphy. She is also very intelligent and useful to the Delinquents and is willing to sacrifice herself to save her friends. Raven speaks her mind an isn't afraid to say it how it is. Not only is she extremely brave, determined and hardworking Raven has proved on multiple occasions that she is mentally stronger than others overcoming continuous setbacks. She has a rebellious tomboyish attitude and is very independent. Although at times she can be judgemental and a hypocrite.

Though Raven has killed people several times, she takes no joy in it. In Season Seven, Raven is haunted by sending four Eligius Prisoners to their deaths to fix a nuclear reactor and then having to kill eight Disciples to save her friends just hours later. In a conversation with Clarke about it, Raven states that she feels like her soul is cracked from all of the deaths that she has caused and points out that the people they kill have people that they love too.

Her morality is important to her. She wants to be a good person at heart. She is loyal, and cares deeply as well as feels deeply. Over the course of the seasons, her growth is shown as she grows more self aware as well as takes accountability for her actions. Raven is a loving person, behind the sass she can appear to have. She is at her happiest when she is with her friends, and sometimes gets worn down with the persona she has held as the savior that pulls everything together and fixes the situation. At most, she’s brave and resilient, surviving many different situations because at the end of the day she wants to get back to her family.

Raven is not afraid to speak her mind and call people out on their bullshit. She can become overbearing with how realistic she is, she isn’t going to sugar coat a situation in any way.

Physical Appearance

Raven is a young woman with an olive complexion, brown eyes, oval face, and dark brown hair. Raven's long hair is often pulled back into a half braid, half ponytail. She is 5'5" (1.65 m) and she has an athletic physique. Raven is also shown to wear earrings.

Raven's brace

Raven usually wears a dark gray tank top combined with a jacket, dark jeans, and boots. She is often shown in dark colors such as black and gray. However, she often dons her signature red jacket. As of Season Two, Raven also wears a leg brace on her left leg, in order to help her walk.

In Season 5, after the six year jump, Raven no longer wears her signature red jacket. She has her ponytail a little bit higher with pieces in front and braid hair on top of her hair.

In Season 6, Raven wears her hair completely loose.

In Season 7, Raven no longer wears her hair loose and has scarring and injuries on her face after she is viciously attacked by Nikki. She also spends much of the season wearing the suit of a dead Disciple that she examined in "Hesperides" though the armor becomes damaged, particularly the helmet, and scuffed up from her time on Nakara. After arriving on Bardo and the revelation that the Flame has been destroyed by Bellamy, Raven is forced to discard her suit and begin wearing regular clothing again.


Finn Collins

Main article: Finn and Raven
Finn Collins was Raven's boyfriend and her only family. They got together at some point on the Ark and she was seen trying to visit him in lock-up before she discovered he was one of the 100 sent to Earth. At the request of Abigail Griffin, she rebuilt a 132-year-old escape pod to travel to Earth on the condition that she be allowed to go with Abby, as she had someone she loved on Earth as well. When she got to Earth and found Finn, she was excited to see him and they kissed in front of Clarke, whom unbeknownst to her had slept with Finn the night before. As Raven sees Clarke and Finn interacting she begins to suspect something has happened between them. She confronted Clarke and got her to tell her the truth, but then decides to continue her relationship with Finn anyways because she loves him. Once she sees Finn endanger his life for Clarke and hesitating to do the same for her, Raven breaks up with Finn. When Finn gives himself up to be tortured and killed in "Spacewalker", Raven is visibly upset and gives Clarke a knife to kill Lexa with. When Clarke kills Finn instead, she is heartbroken and blames Clarke.

Clarke Griffin

Main article: Clarke and Raven
Raven and Clarke Griffin are friends. Clarke was there when Raven first arrived, and they interacted. They were friendly up to the point where Clarke found out Raven was Finn's girlfriend. This caused the two of them to be distant for a while. They worked together towards the end of Season One, and Raven helped Clarke in the season finale with blasting the dropship rockets. Clarke told her "I'd pick you.” showing the girls have built a mutual respect and the start of a friendship. Raven waits outside Clarke's tent when Clarke returns from Mount Weather. They continue to work together in their plan to save the 48 inside the mountain. When Clarke tries to save the alliance with the grounders, she kills Finn. Raven is devastated and she is very mad at Clarke until she realizes Clarke made the right call. Raven helped Clarke to remind her who she was when she was going down a dark path halfway through Season Two. In Season Three, Raven and Clarke work together to help take down A.L.I.E. The two appear to be friendly again as they are Clarke is determined to help Raven when she is taken over by A.L.I.E.

Bellamy Blake

Main article: Raven and Bellamy
Raven and Bellamy Blake start out as adversaries when Bellamy is the first to find Raven and her pod. Bellamy steals Raven's radio, the only way to communicate with the Ark, and throws it into a river. He later helps her find the radio when she tells them of The Culling. Later, after Raven believes Finn didn't waste time moving on with Clarke after she breaks up with him, Raven waits for Bellamy inside his tent. She sleeps with him in hopes of making herself feel better, though he is reluctant at first. Afterward, she admits it didn't help. By the second season, their relationship has evolved into mutual respect and Bellamy offers her comfort after Finn dies.

Kyle Wick

Main article: Raven and Wick
Raven and Kyle Wick are colleagues. They are often seen bickering in the mechanic/science room. They teamed up to make radios and to uncover the mystery of the acidic fog. In the episode "Bodyguard of Lies", they sleep together and show to have some sort of feelings towards another, although Raven admits that she's not ready yet. When Raven and Wick have to work together to stop Mount Weather, the two grow closer together, with Raven telling Wick to not abandon her. However, in "Wanheda (Part 1)", Raven reveals that they're not seeing each other anymore.


Main article: Raven and Sinclair

Raven and Sinclair are close friends and used to be co-workers on the Ark. They have a father-daughter relationship and care about one another. Sinclair says that Raven was all that he had left. Raven is seen to be deeply saddened by Sinclair's death.

Sinclair is someone Raven highly respects and really admires and wants to do her best for. Sinclair is someone that has become a mentor figure for her and seen her potential from the beginning. He's the reason why she got to be a mechanical engineer at all. Raven owes a lot to him and always wants to impress him and do well.

Jasper Jordan

Main article: Raven and Jasper
Raven and Jasper are friends. They haven't really interacted until Season Three when Raven took the chip. At first, Jasper wanted one too and helped her to get back the chip-maker. However, when Raven realized that the chip took away not only the bad memories but also the good ones, they both began to plot to get the chip out of Raven's head and destroy A.L.I.E..

Abigail Griffin

Main article: Raven and Abigail
Raven and Abigail Griffin met on the Ark after Raven figures out they sent the 100 to the ground, Abby asks Raven to make a drop pod in order to see if the 100 lived. Raven and Abby share a patient-doctor relationship and a mother-daughter one. Despite arguing often, they care about each other as Abby is willing to take the key in order to save Raven's life. Raven was devastated after Abby's death in the 6th season.


Main article: Raven and Emori
Raven and Emori become friends while living for six years in space on the ring. Raven taught Emori mechanics and piloting while on the ring. They became close friends and each others chosen family.

Miles Shaw

Main article: Raven and Shaw
Raven met Miles Shaw after Raven was taken by the Elligus IV prisoners. Shaw helped Raven and Murphy come up with a plan to escape. Raven trusts Shaw they had a close bond until he died crossing a radiation barrier.


Season One
Episode Appearance Status
Earth SkillsAppears
Earth KillsAbsent
Murphy's LawAppears
Twilight's Last GleamingAppears
His Sister's KeeperAppears
Contents Under PressureAppears
Day TripAppears
Unity DayAppears
I Am Become DeathAppears
The CalmAppears
We Are Grounders (Part 1)Appears
We Are Grounders (Part 2)Appears
Season Two
Episode Appearance Status
The 48Appears
Inclement WeatherAppears
ReapercussionsCredit Only
Many Happy ReturnsAppears
Human TrialsAppears
Fog of WarAppears
Long Into an AbyssMentioned
Remember MeAppears
Survival of the FittestMentioned
Coup de GrâceAppears
ResurrectionCredit Only
Bodyguard of LiesAppears
Blood Must Have Blood (Part 1)Appears
Blood Must Have Blood (Part 2)Appears
Season Three
Episode Appearance Status
Wanheda (Part 1)Appears
Wanheda (Part 2)Credit Only
Ye Who Enter HereAppears
Watch the ThronesMentioned
Bitter HarvestAppears
ThirteenCredit Only
Terms and ConditionsAppears
Stealing FireCredit Only
Join or DieCredit Only
Red Sky at MorningAppears
Perverse Instantiation (Part 1)Appears
Perverse Instantiation (Part 2)Appears
Season Four
Episode Appearance Status
Heavy Lies the CrownAppears
The Four HorsemenAppears
A Lie GuardedAppears
The Tinder BoxAppears
We Will RiseAppears
Gimme ShelterMentioned
God ComplexAppears
Die All, Die MerrilyCredit Only
The Other SideAppears
The ChosenAppears
Season Five
Episode Appearance Status
Red QueenCredit Only
Sleeping GiantsAppears
Pandora's BoxAppears
Shifting SandsAppears
Exit WoundsMentioned
Acceptable LossesAppears
How We Get to PeaceAppears
Sic Semper TyrannisAppears
The Warriors WillCredit Only
The Dark YearAppears
Damocles (Part 1)Appears
Damocles (Part 2)Appears
Season Six
Episode Appearance Status
Red Sun RisingAppears
The Children of GabrielAppears
The Face Behind the GlassAppears
The Gospel of JosephineMentioned
Memento MoriAppears
The Old Man and the AnomalyAppears
What You Take With YouAppears
Ashes to AshesMentioned
Adjustment ProtocolAppears
The Blood of SanctumAppears
Season Seven
Episode Appearance Status
From the AshesAppears
The GardenCredit Only
False GodsAppears
Welcome to BardoFlashback
The Queen's GambitAppears
The FlockMentioned
A Little SacrificeAppears
The StrangerAppears
Blood GiantAppears
A Sort of HomecomingAppears
The Dying of the LightAppears
The Last WarAppears


Raven to Abby: "Excuse me! Dr. Griffin. I have a question about the quarantine. My boyfriend's in lockup. I went to go see him. Instead, I saw an open air duct. Now, if there really was a virus, wouldn't you move to contain the airflow?"
Raven to Abby: "No, you're not. First the Dropship, now this. The council's hiding something, and I'm gonna find out what it is."
Raven to Abby: "They're not dying.... They're taking them off."
Raven to Abby: "God, what a piece of junk. They must have found this thing when they Salvaged MIR-3 in twenty-one-oh-two. You want me to get it ready to stand up to the inferno of re-entry in nine days? ...Hell, yes, I can do it, but I'm going with you. You're not the only one with someone you love on the ground. Those are my terms. Take it or leave it."
-- Earth Skills

Raven to Abby: "I'm still scraping up parts to fabricate a pressure regulator.... We could launch, but we'll be dead before we get to the ground. And I mean bad dead. Ruptured lungs, air bubbles in the brain. We need that part. Why? What's wrong? Did something change?"
Raven : "I'm not hungry. I'm here to trade. Before you tell me I'm in the wrong place, just let Nygel know it's her little bird."
Raven to Nygel: "Go float yourself, Nygel."
-- Murphy's Law

Raven to Clarke: "I dreamed it would smell like this. Is this rain?"
Raven to Clarke: "This was all her plan. We were trying to come down here together. If we waited... oh God. We couldn't wait because the council was voting whether to kill three hundred people to save air."
Raven to Bellamy: "He's not my favorite person, either. But he isn't dead. You're a lousy shot."
-- Twilight's Last Gleaming

Raven to Finn: "That wasn't your "nothing" face. That was your "going on a spacewalk" face."
Raven to Clarke: "Well, my mom was AWOL most of my life. When she did show up, it was empty-handed. Pretty sure she had me just to trade in my rations for moonshine."
Raven to Clarke: "Tell me I'm wrong. Tell me Finn didn't make this for you. Tell me you weren't screwing my boyfriend as I was risking my ass to come down here! ...He made one for me, too. Just in case you thought you were special."
Raven to Clarke about Finn cheating: "He could've waited more than ten days."
-- His Sister's Keeper

Raven: "This is Raven Reyes. I'm from Mecha Station. I'm transmitting from the ground. The hundred are alive. Please, you need to get Abby Griffin. Doctor Abby Griffin. Now."
Raven to Lincoln about Finn: "He's all I have!"
-- Contents Under Pressure

Raven: "Finn, Clarke is a big girl. She can take care of herself."
Raven to Connor: "You are the most beautiful broom in a broom closet of brooms."
-- Day Trip

Raven to Jasper: "I'm checking the gunpowder in these rounds so that if the Grounders try to kill us all maybe we can get a few shots off beforehand."
-- Unity Day

John Murphy: "Don't shoot."
Raven: "Why not? You shot me!"
Raven: "How did you get to be such a dick, Murphy."
-- The 48

Raven: "Our friends are out there, and you need to go get them."
-- Inclement Weather

Raven: "Damn engineers."
Wick: "Damn mechanics."
Wick: "You're the best mechanic we got."
Raven: "Go, me. Exactly three mechanics made it to the ground."
-- Many Happy Returns

Abigail: "She's still just a kid."
Raven: "You're wrong, Abby. She stopped being a kid the day you sent her down here to die."
-- Human Trials

Finn: "I'm sorry."
Raven: "We all have battle scars, Finn. Suck it up and built a brace for yours."
-- Fog of War

Raven: "Please don't leave me."
Wick: "Not a chance."
-- Blood Must Have Blood (Part 1)

Raven: "Jasper, I almost forgot."
Jasper: "My Goggles...thank you."
--Blood Must Have Blood (Part 2)

Raven: "Fix yourself Abby. Maybe if you weren't so busy being Chancellor and Doctor to avoid your own pain, you'd realize you suck at both jobs. Good talk."
-- Wanheda (Part 1)

Sinclair: "Even if I did agree with you, we still don't have the launch codes."
Raven: "No, but we have me."
Sinclair: "And you accuse engineers of arrogance?"
Raven: "I'm growing as a person."
Sinclair: "If this machine was broken and you knew there was a way to fix it, would you not do it because it might be hard? Why the resistance? You think you deserve this pain, that this is your cross to bear for your mom or Finn, for all you've been through. It's not. You deserve more, and with the medical equipment in this building, Abby can help you. Let her."
Raven: "What if she can't? What if I'm just broken?"
Sinclair: "I took a chance on a zero-g mechanic with a heart defect. Why don't you take a chance on her, too?"
-- 'Ye Who Enter Here

Raven: "I'd say you're full of crap. There's no simple way to eliminate pain, and you know it."
Raven: "Okay, okay. And you're telling these people, what? That they swallow that and they'll be living in happy town for the rest of their lives? You should be ashamed of yourself."
Raven: "Everyone thinks they have an idea on how to make me feel better. Stay in camp. Only do jobs where I can sit down. Ask every time I need something on a high shelf. But you know what? I'm not that person. People think I can just change and my pain will go away but I can't. I can't do that and I can't do this."
-- Hakeldama

Raven: "Why did there need to be a version two? Is there something wrong with you?"
Jaha: "Nothing’s wrong."
Raven: "No offense, I’m just saying programmers and engineers generally don’t go to a version two unless there’s-"
-- 'Bitter Harvest

Raven to Jasper: "Just think. Don't overanalyse."
Raven: "I don't remember anything about him at all. We can't let her have this. Run."
-- Terms and Conditions

Raven: "Because you stole my memories you crazy bitch!"
-- Fallen

Raven: "It's not ALIE, Clarke. It's Raven. I'm not trying to get to you I'm just trying to tell you the truth because no one else will. Wherever you go, death follows you always want to save everyone but what you don't realize is you're the one we need saving from. Wells is dead because you couldn't see Charlotte was a basket case. Finn is dead because you broke his heart and slid a knife into it. Hell, I bet you got Lexa killed too."
Raven: "Just you and me, huh? Oh come on Bellamy, we've had our fun together, haven't we? It's ok we don't have to talk about it, there's not much to talk about anyway. But I do have one question for you, does it bother you that you don't get any credit for the genocide at Mount Weather? Clarke gets to be the Commander of Death but you murdered all those people too and you're just forgotten. Then again you didn't get any credit for the Culling on the Ark either. How many people suffocated when you threw away my radio? At least Clarke was saving her own people you were just saving your own ass. Of course, that's nothing compared to killing your own mom. You just had to take little sister to her first dance you might as well have just shoved Aurora out the airlock yourself. Do you think she'd be proud of you now? Of the kind of leader, you've become. Or would she see the truth like the rest of us do? That you're a follower. Clarke's back for one day and you're already taking orders. The good little knight by his queen's side. Too bad you were never that devoted to Gina."
Bellamy: "You don't know what you're talking about."
Raven: "Don't worry, Gina was already dead when Mount Weather blew up. And you avenged her right? I mean you picked up a gun and slaughtered an army that was sent to protect us. That had nothing to do with blowing sweet Gina to bits but hey. A Grounder's a Grounder, right?"
-- Nevermore

Bellamy: "We're leaving. Why aren't you ready?"
Raven: "We're not going with you."
Clarke: "Raven..."
Raven: "I can barely walk, and my shoulder's killing me. But, my brain is all kind of awesome."
-- Demons

Monty: "Then we stick to the plan. Clarke gives the flame to Luna. The A.I. in the Flame gives Luna the kill code. We enter it here, taking our one shot, and Bob's your uncle."
Raven: "I hate that expression."
-- Red Sky at Morning

Raven to Clarke: "You asked me to be in charge of rationing, and I am doing it, but choosing who gets to live or die is your specialty."
-- The Four Horsemen

Raven to Luna: "It's not your blood that defines you. It's your heart."
-- A Lie Guarded

Raven: "So, what, I survive long enough for everyone else to die? I can't do that Abby. Even if it costs me my life... you have to let me go."
-- The Tinder Box

Raven Reyes: "Boys and girls, meet Eligius IV."
-- Sleeping Giants

Raven Reyes: "Alpha isn't a planet, it's a moon!"
-- Sanctum

Raven Reyes: "You looked better dead."
-- The Children of Gabriel

Killed Victims

Notes and Trivia

  • Raven Reyes may be descended from The Grounder Floyd Reyes.
  • Originally, Raven was supposed to be Finn's 35-year-old mother and appear in the "Pilot," but they removed her from the episode because they didn’t think they need her and it was too long. Instead, the writers brought Raven back as Finn’s girlfriend.[1]
  • Even before Lindsey Morgan became series regular, Raven appeared in almost every episode. The only two episodes Morgan was not credited in were "Pilot" and "Earth Kills".
    • Morgan stated that Raven was going to be killed off after five episodes, but then her role was extended.[2] She also said that the producers let her decide if she wanted to continue on the show and she would became a series regular in Season Two, but if Lindsey had not wanted to, Raven would have died in the season one finale.[3]
  • Raven's mother was mentioned in Season One, but is unknown what happened to her until Raven revealed in "How We Get to Peace," that she was alcoholic and drank herself to death back on The Ark.
  • Raven used to have a raven pendant (made by Finn for her birthday) and wore it constantly. The piece of jewelry, however, was given back to Finn upon their breakup.
    • Raven is once again shown to be in possession of this pendant in "Wanheda (Part 1)."
  • Raven's illegal spacewalk wasted three months of oxygen, perhaps setting in motion the events of the series.
  • According to Abby, Raven was the youngest Zero-G mechanic on the Ark in 52 years.
  • During "Earth Skills", Abby notes Raven to "have a thing for air ducts", which may imply her hobby of travelling inside tunnels.
  • Raven is the second non-delinquent and the hundredth Arker to step foot on Earth, the first being Bellamy Blake.
  • Raven is the first person to contact the Ark from Earth in 97 years by building a working radio.
    • She also built working walkie-talkies.
    • Raven was also presumably somehow responsible for building the video chat device first introduced in "Day Trip" though its unclear how she was able to turn an audio only radio, which had been repaired with parts from an RC car, into a video conference device.
  • After her arrival on Earth, Raven appears to have managed to repair some of the Delinquents' dropship's systems as it had interior lighting again in "Contents Under Pressure."
  • Raven is one of eight Sky People left outside Mount Weather after the battle and subsequent abduction at the Delinquents' Camp. The others are: Bellamy, Sterling, Zoe Monroe, Finn, John Murphy, Octavia, and an unnamed delinquent.
  • Raven is the only disabled Sky Person in the series.
    • Raven did not tell Abby who shot her.
  • In "The 48", Raven is revealed to have Jasper's goggles.
  • Raven was the only person who was able to temporarily resist A.L.I.E. after taking the key to the City of Light.
  • In Season Four, Raven has several strokes due to lingering effects from A.L.I.E. At one point, she decides to die. However, in "The Other Side", she decides to live and finds a solution to the issue by inducing a near-death experience.
    • As mentioned in "The Blood of Sanctum," she continues to retain the intellect she gained from A.L.I.E. even after getting rid of the other lingering effects from her encounter with the AI.
    • Raven is the only one is known to have gotten an upgrade from A.L.I.E because of her skills with computers. A.L.I.E upgraded her brain to which Raven can code which she could not originally do. After the EMP it damages Raven's brain. Raven says that when they EMPed the chip it was like her brain was a ram and it was suddenly cut off with part of Becca's code in her brain.
  • So far, Season Four is the only season that Raven didn't kill or indirectly kill anyone.
    • In Season Six she also didn't kill anyone. However, she destroyed the Flame while trying to delete Sheidheda. In the process, she may have destroyed the consciousnesses of the Commanders such as Lexa and Becca Franko, but it is currently unknown if they survived or not.
  • At the crew panel at Unity Day 2018, it was revealed that Raven's brace was remade for the fourth season because Lindsey Morgan found the original brace (used in Season Two and Three) heavy and uncomfortable.[4]
  • Raven and Nathan Miller are the only two characters who were introduced in Season One after "Pilot" who are known to be still alive.
  • Raven only once spoke to Kane in "What You Take With You" after six seasons.
  • Raven had a hand in the termination of both A.L.I.E. and A.L.I.E. 2.0. In the former case, Raven helped lead Clarke to the kill switch to destroy the AI and was in fact the one who discovered the kill switch's existence in the first place by hacking into A.L.I.E. In the latter case, Raven activated Sheidheda's kill code to save Madi Griffin.
    • In doing so, Raven was tricked into uploading Sheidheda into Russell Lightbourne's Mind Drive, allowing Sheidheda to resurrect himself.
    • It is unknown if the other Commanders' spirits were uploaded as well, meaning that Raven may have also been responsible for the destruction of the consciousnesses of Becca Franko and Lexa amongst others as well.
  • In Season Seven, unlike the rest of the group she is a part of, Raven is shown to rely on the weapons of the Disciple armor she is wearing rather than guns like the others, arming her wrist blaster whenever she is in a situation requiring weapons.


To edit this gallery, go to Raven Reyes/Gallery.
To review image policies, go to Media Guidelines. Note, the images go in episode order.