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.