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I made a choice. If she hates me for the rest of my life, I made the right choice, and that's all you have to know.
— Wells to Finn Collins. [src]

Wells Jaha was a major character in the first season and a guest character in the second season. He was portrayed by Eli Goree and debuted in the series premiere.

Wells was the son of Chancellor Thelonious Jaha and Clarke Griffin's childhood best friend. He got himself arrested when he found out his father was sending the 100 to the ground, including Clarke for whom he harbored feelings. Given some of the laws his father had enforced, he was not popular among the 100.

On the ground, Wells tried to maintain order, advocating for the more moral choice and tried to make everyone get along. He was hardworking and resourceful, volunteering to dig graves and collect rainwater to aid their newly established camp, and his expert knowledge of botany helped treat Jasper's injuries.

He was murdered by Charlotte in the third episode, who wanted retribution for her parents' execution on the Ark by his father. His death set the stage for Clarke and Bellamy to work together as co-leaders in an attempt to stop more senseless deaths.

Wells emerged as an early leader for the 100, maintaining a moral compass and doing everything for the benefit of the people around him. He also acted as a mediator between Clarke and Bellamy by suggesting compromises for situations. His death marked significant changes to certain character arcs, specifically for Bellamy and Finn. Bellamy had to step up as a leader, and Finn became the new "voice of reason".

Early Life

When Wells was younger, he and his best friend Clarke practice for the Unity Day Celebration. As Thelonious Jaha records their practice, Wells asks his father how the Ark stays in space. Thelonious tells him by keeping out Earth's gravitational pull. The Ark uses its own thrusters, which are all around it, to keep them spinning. This allows them to generate their own gravity.

Many years later, while playing chess with his best friend Clarke, Wells notices Clarke is distracted by something. Wells questions her and tells her she can trust him. Clarke swears him to secrecy and reveals the flaw in the Ark's systems as well as her father’s plan to go public. Wells promises Clarke her secret is safe with him.

Later that day, Wells watches as Clarke's father is floated. Clarke assumes it is Wells who turned in her father and got him killed. However, Wells knows the truth, Abigail Griffin turned in her husband. Wells lets Clarke hate him to protect her from the truth, because if she knew that her mother, Abigail Griffin, had turned in her father Clarke would hate her.

Sometime later, Wells learns 100 prisoners are being sent to the ground. Wells damages the last tree to get himself arrested and sent to the ground.[1]

Throughout the Series

Wells greets Clarke.

In Pilot, Wells greets an awakening Clarke. When Clarke demands to know why he was on the Dropship, Wells explains that he got himself arrested and placed on the Dropship to protect her. As the Dropship hurtles towards Earth, Wells tries to apologize to Clarke for getting her father arrested and that he can't die with her hating him. Clarke, angry with Wells, reveals that her father was executed and that she does hate him.

After the Dropship lands on Earth, Wells informs Clarke that the communication is out. Clarke states that they need to focus on getting to Mount Weather. A little while later, Jasper Jordan appears and playfully flirts with Clarke. Wells intervenes and roughly pushed Jasper away. John Murphy sees this altercation and confronts Wells. Murphy declares that Jasper is one of them while Clarke and Wells are not. Wells tries to explain that he just wants to find out where they are. Bellamy Blake hears this and tells him they were on the ground, that should be good enough. Wells tries to explain why the 100 need to find Mount Weather but is interrupted when Murphy continues to try and fight Wells. When Wells tries to fight back, after being injured, Finn Collins steps in and tells Murphy to wait until it's a fair fight. Clarke helps Wells after the disagreement with Murphy and inspects his injured leg. Before they leave, Clarke tells Wells that he shouldn't have come down to Earth. Clarke, Finn, Jasper, Monty Green, and Octavia head for Mount Weather without him.

Later Murphy approaches Wells and reveals to Wells that his father begged for mercy before his father floated him. Shortly after, Wells sees Murphy's message: "FIRST SON FIRST TO DYE" carved into the Dropship. Instead of having it's desired effect, Wells tells Murphy he spelled "die" wrong.

That night, Wells is seen having quarrels with Bellamy Blake. Wells was very adamant about the others not removing their wristbands, as it was the only thing connecting them to the Ark, but his plea goes unheard. Later that night, Murphy and Mbege help Bellamy ambush Wells and forcibly remove his wristband.

Atom tries to get the clothing from Wells.

In Earth Skills, Wells digs a grave for Glen Dickson and the other delinquent killed in the descent to Earth. Back in camp, Atom notices that Wells has extra supplies. Atom asks him where he got them and tries to take the clothing from Wells but Wells refuses. Bellamy appears and takes one of the shirts and puts it on. Angry, Wells throws the clothing to the ground, which causes delinquents to fight over the clothing. Wells turns to Bellamy and asks him if this is what he wants. Bellamy questions what's wrong with a little chaos.

Seconds later, a scream is heard nearby and they rush to see Murphy forcibly holding a Delinquents heads over a fire to simulate "realism" in order to trick the Ark into believing they are dying from radiation. Wells interferes and the two begin to fight. When Murphy pulls out a knife, Bellamy stops Murphy to give Wells a blade wanting a "fair fight". Eventually, Murphy is defeated by Wells after trading a few blows. Wells, then demands Murphy drop his knife and forfeit the fight. However, the fight is then interrupted by Clarke and the others return to tell them that Jasper was wounded and taken by Grounders.

Wells holding Bellamy's gun after shooting the panther.

Clarke reveals she plans to find Jasper. Wells accompanies Clarke, Bellamy, Finn, and Murphy as they search for Jasper. While on the search, Bellamy tells Wells that they are not that different. They both came down to protect someone they love. Bellamy tells Wells that Clarke doesn't see him with Finn around. When they finally find Jasper, Clarke falls down a pit trap. When they pull Clarke up from the pit, Wells steals Bellamy's gun and shoot an attacking panther with it. Clarke looks at Wells amazingly, and Bellamy tells him that she sees him now. They all return to camp with Jasper.

In Earth Kills, Wells examines the poultice the grounders used to heal Jasper and reveals that it was seaweed. When Clarke and Finn plan to go find the seaweed, Wells joins them explaining that he knows what it looks like. After finding the seaweed, Wells, Finn, and Clarke are forced to take shelter in a buried car because of acid fog. While waiting out the fog, Finn finds a bottle of whiskey and beings to drink from it. He offers it to Wells who declares that it is toxic and says no thank you, speaking for both himself and Clarke. Angered, Clarke takes the whiskey and beings to drink it. While drinking they talk about having fun. When Clarke asks if she is fun, Wells said she is. Clarke, still upset at Wells proceeds to scold Wells for her father's death. After the two fight, Wells sniffs and takes a swig of the whiskey.

After the fog rolled by, Wells, Clarke and Finn returned to the camp with the needed supplies. After Clarke is done helping Jasper, she confronts Wells about her father's death. Clarke realizes that it wasn't Wells who turned in her father, but her mother. Wells declares that he was trying to protect Clarke. When she asks for forgiveness, Wells tells her that he already has forgiven her and hugs her.

Later, Wells goes on guard duty when a little girl named Charlotte approach him. She tells him that she has nightmares about her parents' death and then stabbed Wells in the neck, and said it was his father's fault.

In Murphy's Law, Wells is mentioned by many of the Delinquents as they attempt to figure out who killed him. Murphy's knife is eventually identified as the murder weapon, leading to him being blamed as the murdered and nearly hugged before Charlotte confesses. Clarke protects Charlotte from Murphy's lynch mob, but is furious with her actions. Charlotte later commits suicide out of guilt, causing Clarke and Bellamy to banish Murphy.

In Twilight's Last Gleaming, Wells is mentioned a few times by the Delinquents and was mentioned by Thelonious Jaha, his father, up in the Ark.

In Contents Under Pressure, when Raven successfully gains communication with the Ark, Jaha asks Clarke if Wells is still alive. Clarke hesitates for a moment but ultimately reveals that he is dead. Jaha is extremely upset by this, but it motivates him to have more control over the Ark and help bring people together. When confronted by Cuyler Ridley about the losses in the Culling, Jaha angrily yells at him that his son is dead too, shutting Ridley up. Clarke later confronts Abby about her father's death, revealing that Wells told her the truth before he died and that Wells had let her believe that he did it so that Clarke would hate him instead of her own mother. Abby insists that Jaha was only supposed to talk Jake out of his plan, not kill him.

In We Are Grounders (Part 1), Thelonious watches a video of Wells and Clarke made as children about of the history of the Ark. Wells asks how the Ark maintains its gravity in the video. His father tells him that it feeds partially off the Earth's gravity but generates its own with thrusters spread across its body. This gives Thelonious the idea to use the thrusters to push the Ark towards the Earth.

In The 48, Jaha can be seen staring at a photo of Wells in Earth Monitoring Station.

In Inclement Weather, he is seen in a hallucination by his father Jaha, who is about to give up on finding his people. Wells is able to motivate and persuade Jaha in order to get down to Earth and find the remaining survivors of The Ark.

In Survival of the Fittest, Wells' father visits his grave with Murphy as an escort. Murphy says that Clarke "sugar coated" his death to him, and told Jaha that Wells died by the hands of Charlotte who stabbed him in the neck because Jaha killed her parents because she couldn't kill him.

In Bitter Harvest, Abby mentions Wells when asking Jaha about how he wouldn't allow Wells to simply take the City of Light pills without asking questions. However, Jaha seems to have forgotten about Wells, needing A.L.I.E. to remind him of his son, suggesting that the pills have 'healed' the psychological pain Jaha felt over Wells' death by erasing all memory of him.

In DNR, when Jaha is deciding whether or not to leave Jasper and other young Sky People in Arkadia to die from Praimfaya, Wells' image can be seen in the glass, implying that Jaha is thinking of him.

In Red Queen, when Jaha is preparing to die, he tells Kane to return him to Wells.


Wells was strong, strict, caring, and wanted the best for himself and others. His personality was similar to his father, Chancellor Jaha's. Always one to try and follow the rules, Wells was someone who tried to use all the things they learned on The Ark on the ground. Though many did not appreciate what he had to add to the group, Wells always stuck up for what he believed in. Loyal to a fault, in the past, he had been known to try and protect others in any way possible. This point was proven when he took the blame for Jake Griffin's death even though it was Abigail Griffin's fault. He cared for Clarke so much he was willing to have her hate him than have her face the truth and hate her own mother.

Over time he was seen as not only a rule follower but also as someone who had the courage to go against the popular vote if he believed it was right. Viewing the world in a very black and white sense, he tried to act in a sensible fashion. Most of the time Wells was predictable in his reactions -- put others first, followed the rules, and tried to use what he knew to make sense of everything happening. He was the type to try and figure things out in a logical way.

Physical Appearance

Wells had brown skin, dark eyes, and black hair with an athletic build.


Thelonious Jaha

Main article: Thelonious and Wells
"Clarke, is my son with you?"
- Thelonious to Clarke about Wells.[src]

Thelonious Jaha, the Chancellor, and father.

Although their relationship is never fully explored, it is shown that Wells and Thelonious Jaha may have a strained relationship. Despite their strained relationship, they are shown to care for one another deeply.

Before the series begins, Wells breaks the law, forcing his father to imprison his only son and send him down to Earth with the rest of the juvenile delinquents. While on Earth, Wells experiences an overwhelming amount of hatred the Delinquents have for him and his father. Because of their hatred for Wells and his father, Wells faces opposition constantly. Because of the actions of his father, Wells ultimately loses his life.

Later, when the 100 make contact with the Ark, Thelonious asks Clarke if Wells is still alive. When he hears that Wells is dead he mourns his son.

However, after Jaha makes contact with A.L.I.E. and is linked to the City of Light, he has lost all memory of Wells as the City of Light 'pills' erase all memories relating to his son to 'heal' him from the psychological pain of his death, with Jaha showing no inclination that he is interested in remembering more about Wells even after Abby Griffin mentions Wells and A.L.I.E. identifies Wells as his son.

Clarke Griffin

Main article: Clarke and Wells
"...wanted to protect me. So, you let me hate you. How can you forgive me?"
- Clarke to Wells.[src]

Clarke Griffin, his childhood best friend.

Wells and Clarke Griffin have a strained relationship. The two were childhood best friends and Wells loved her. It is unclear if Wells' feelings were one-sided. When Clarke tells Wells that her father discovered that the Ark is failing, Wells promises he won't tell anybody. Later that night, Clarke's father is floated while Wells watches. Clarke develops a hatred for Wells, believing him to have told his father.

When Wells learns the juvenile delinquents are being sent to the ground, he gets himself arrested by trying to destroy the last tree[1]. When Wells tries to get her forgiveness, Clarke states that still hates him and will never forgive him. Although he tries to help her, Clarke spurns his efforts.

Before his death, the truth about Clarke's father's death is revealed. After the truth is revealed, Clarke and Wells reconcile. However, Wells and Clarke never get the chance to fix their relationship, as he is murdered the next morning.

Bellamy Blake

"I have my reasons. I also have the gun. So I ask the questions, and the question is, why aren't you helping me? Your dad banished you, Wells, and yet here you are, still doing his bidding, following the rules. Aren't you tired of always doing what's expected of you? Stand up to him. Take off that wristband, and you'll be amazed at how good it feels."
- Bellamy to Wells.[src]

Bellamy Blake, the antagonist.

Wells and Bellamy Blake quickly developed a negative relationship with each other. Wells disagreed with many of the things Bellamy had to say and wanted rules, structure, and to bring the Ark people down; whereas Bellamy states that his people are on the ground and maintains an idea of "whatever the hell we want, whenever the hell we want".

Bellamy demands Wells take off his wristband and briefly tries to get Wells to agree with him but Wells rebuffs him. When he does, Bellamy comments he is sorry it has to be this way. Then Murphy and John Mbege force Wells to the ground and remove his wristband.

Wells is shocked when Clarke willingly recruits Bellamy to help save Jasper Jordan. While on the rescue mission Finn joins along. Bellamy teases Wells by telling him they came down to Earth for the same reason: to protect someone they love. Bellamy tells Wells that Clarke doesn't see him with Finn around. After the group rescue Clarke from a pitfall, Wells steals Bellamy's gun and saves Bellamy from a panther. Bellamy remarks that now Clarke sees him.

When Wells is killed, Bellamy wants to keep it a secret that one of the 100 killed him.

John Murphy

"You know, my father, he begged for mercy in the airlock chamber when your father floated him."
- Murphy to Wells.[src]

John Murphy, the enemy.

Wells and John Murphy quickly became enemies. Murphy harbors ill feelings towards Wells because his father, Chancellor Jaha, killed Murphy's father. Murphy explains that his father begged Wells' for mercy but was floated anyway.

On many occasions, Wells defends himself against Murphy. At one point Murphy craves "FIRST SON FIRST TO DYE" into the Dropship. Instead of being intimidated by Murphy, Wells tells him, “You spelled die wrong, geniuses.”

After Wells is murdered by Charlotte, Clarke accuses Murphy of the crime although Murphy maintains his innocence.

Finn Collins

Although Wells had little interaction with Finn Collins, the two seemed to have mutual respect for one another. Both had a strong desire to protect Clarke. However, Wells may have harbored jealousy towards Finn for his relationship with Clarke. As pointed out by Bellamy Blake, Clarke would never notice Wells with Finn around.

Finn was also the only person to question if Wells was really the one who turned in Clarke's father, Jake Griffin.


"I'm sorry."
- Charlotte to Wells.[src]

Wells was indifferent to Charlotte. He even invited her to sit with him moments before his death.

Charlotte did not outright hate him. But to “slay her demons” she kills Wells in hopes that it would stop the nightmares and end her torture. Before and after, Charlotte shows a great amount of remorse for killing him.

Later, Charlotte did confess to his murder, even after she saw how the 100 acted when Murphy was the suspected killer. Charlotte ultimately kills herself because of what she did to Wells.


Season One
Episode Appearance Status
Earth SkillsAppears
Earth KillsAppears
Murphy's LawMentioned
Twilight's Last GleamingMentioned
His Sister's KeeperAbsent
Contents Under PressureMentioned
Day TripAbsent
Unity DayAbsent
I Am Become DeathAbsent
The CalmAbsent
We Are Grounders (Part 1)Flashback
We Are Grounders (Part 2)Mentioned
Season Two
Episode Appearance Status
The 48Appears
Inclement WeatherAppears
Many Happy ReturnsAbsent
Human TrialsAbsent
Fog of WarMentioned
Long Into an AbyssAbsent
Remember MeAbsent
Survival of the FittestMentioned
Coup de GrâceAbsent
Bodyguard of LiesAbsent
Blood Must Have Blood (Part 1)Absent
Blood Must Have Blood (Part 2)Absent
Season Three
Episode Appearance Status
Wanheda (Part 1)Absent
Wanheda (Part 2)Mentioned
Ye Who Enter HereAbsent
Watch the ThronesAbsent
Bitter HarvestMentioned
Terms and ConditionsAbsent
Stealing FireAbsent
Join or DieFlashback
Red Sky at MorningAbsent
Perverse Instantiation (Part 1)Absent
Perverse Instantiation (Part 2)Absent
Season Four
Episode Appearance Status
Heavy Lies the CrownAbsent
The Four HorsemenAbsent
A Lie GuardedAbsent
The Tinder BoxAbsent
We Will RiseMentioned
Gimme ShelterAbsent
God ComplexAbsent
Die All, Die MerrilyAbsent
The Other SideAbsent
The ChosenAbsent
Season Five
Episode Appearance Status
Red QueenMentioned
Sleeping GiantsAbsent
Pandora's BoxAbsent
Shifting SandsAbsent
Exit WoundsAbsent
Acceptable LossesAbsent
How We Get to PeaceAbsent
Sic Semper TyrannisAbsent
The Warriors WillAbsent
The Dark YearAbsent
Damocles (Part 1)Absent
Damocles (Part 2)Absent
Season Six
Episode Appearance Status
Red Sun RisingAbsent
The Children of GabrielAbsent
The Face Behind the GlassAbsent
The Gospel of JosephineAbsent
Memento MoriAbsent
The Old Man and the AnomalyAbsent
What You Take With YouAbsent
Ashes to AshesAbsent
Adjustment ProtocolAbsent
The Blood of SanctumAbsent


Wells: “When I found out they were sending prisoners to the ground, I got myself arrested. I came for you.”
Wells: “We got problems. The communications system is dead. I went to the roof. A dozen panels are missing. Heat fried the wires.”
Wells: “We need to find Mount Weather. You heard my father’s message. That has to be our first priority.”
Wells: “You spelled “die” wrong, geniuses."
Wells: “It looks like you’re trying to get us all killed. The communication system is dead. These wristbands are all we got. Take them off, and the Ark will think we’re dying, that it’s not safe for them to follow.”
Wells: “You think this is a game? Those aren’t just our friends and our parents up there. They’re our farmers, our doctors, our engineers. I don’t care what he tells you. We won’t survive here on our own, and besides, if it really is safe, how could you not want the rest of our people to come down?”
-- Pilot

Wells: “Don’t you see you can’t control this?”
Wells: “Where’s the kid with the goggles?”
Wells: “There you are. When my father said they didn’t leave us anything, he really meant it.”
Wells “Yeah, seat belts and insulation. I also packed part of the parachute, figured we could use it to carry out Jasper.”
Clarke “Good. Give it to someone else. You’re not coming with us.”
Wells: “My ankle’s fine.”
Clarke “It’s not your ankle, Wells, it’s you.”
Wells: “Those guys aren’t just bullies, Clarke. They’re dangerous criminals.”
Clarke: “I’m counting on it.”
Wells: “It’s called cutting sign. Fourth-year earth skills. He’s good.”
-- Earth Skills

Wells: “Let me take a look. Before you refuse my help, remember who aced botany in Earth Skills.”
Clarke Griffin: “The Grounders used it as a poultice. I’m thinking a tea might be even more effective if we can figure out what it is.”
Wells: “I know what it is. Seaweed. Look… no root structure.”
Clarke Griffin: “Right. Well, then there must be a water source nearby.”
Wells: “Yeah, it would have to have a slow current, lots of rocks. The water would probably be more red than green.”
Wells: “You know, you should, uh, really rethink this whole hating me thing. It’s not just the Grounders. We’re surrounded by criminals. We need each other. We’re gonna be friends again.”
Clarke: “You got my dad killed. Not possible.”
Wells: “This is Earth, Clarke. Anything’s possible.”
Finn Collins: “I’d let it go.”
Wells: “Yeah. Well, I’ve known Clarke her whole life better than you ever will, so, I’ll decide when to let it go.”
Finn Collins: “Yeah, I can tell you guys are close.”
Wells (to Clarke Griffin): “Well, if your strategy is to lose really fast, that was a great move. What’s going on?”
Clarke Griffin: “My dad found a problem with the oxygen system. I’m not supposed to know.”
Wells Jaha: “They’ve had other malfunctions. They always figure out a way to deal with it.”
Clarke Griffin: “No. This one might not be fixable. The council doesn’t want anyone to know.”
Wells Jaha: “You’re fun. You remember that time…”
Clarke Griffin: “Remember that time you betrayed me and got my father executed? Yeah, I remember.”
Wells (to Finn Collins): “I made a choice. If she hates me for the rest of my life, I made the right choice, and that’s all you have to know.”
Clarke Griffin: “How can you forgive me?”
Wells Jaha: “This is already done.”
-- Earth Kills


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Notes and Trivia

  • Kass Morgan confirmed that Wells was named after H. G. Wells,[2] an English writer in many genres, and called father of science fiction.
  • Wells Jaha may be descended from The Grounder Iman Jaha.
  • Wells is given the nickname "Chancellor of Earth" by John Murphy in mockery.[3]
    • He was the first main character to be killed in the series on screen.
    • He was the first delinquent to be murdered by another delinquent.
    • He was killed with Murphy's knife, causing the delinquents to believe Murphy had killed him.[4][5]
    • He was also one of the first characters to be killed by another character in the series. The first was Atom.
    • His death ended several storylines with other characters, including leadership battle with Bellamy Blake, hostility with Murphy, and fighting for Clarke Griffin's attention with Finn Collins.
  • Out of the main characters, he has the second least amount of appearances. The only main character with less appearances is Callie Cartwig who only appeared in "Pilot".
    • Wells and Callie are the only main character that did not kill anyone. Although, in "Earth Skills", Wells shoots a panther, which is Wells' only kill.
  • Both the TV series and the books version of Wells purposely got themselves sent to the ground so they could be with Clarke Griffin. In both versions, he damaged the last tree.
    • In the TV series, Wells and Clarke were childhood friends. Though his crime is never stated on the show, at Comic-Con 2014, it was revealed that Wells was arrested for damaging the last tree.[1]
    • In the books, Wells and Clarke met as teens and were in a romantic relationship while living on Colony. He set fire to the last tree in order to get locked up, having determined that it as the most serious crime he could commit that wouldn't actually hurt anyone. He also sped up the expedition to Earth by tampering with the oxygen in the ship's airlock. 

See Also

The 100 Characters
Main Characters
Abigail GriffinBellamy BlakeCallie CartwigClarke GriffinEchoFinn CollinsGabriel SantiagoHope DiyozaJasper JordanJohn MurphyJordan GreenLincolnMarcus KaneMonty GreenOctavia BlakeRaven ReyesRoanSheidhedaThelonious JahaWells Jaha
Recurring Characters
AdenA.L.I.E.AnyaBecca FrancoBlythe Ann WorkmanBreeBrellBryanByrneCage WallaceCarl EmersonCassiusCharles PikeCharmaine DiyozaCillianCostaDante WallaceDavid MillerDiana SydneyEmoriEric JacksonEthan HardyFoxGeoff HardyHannah GreenHarper McIntyreHayesIlian‎IndraJacapo SinclairJadeJae WorkmanJames CrockettJosephine LightbourneJake GriffinJohn MbegeJonesKara CooperKaylee LeeKyle WickLevittLexaLorelei TsingLunaMadi GriffinMaya VieMichael VinsonMiles ShawMiranda MasonNathan MillerNelsonNiaNiylahNykoOntariPaxton McCrearyPriya DesaiRileyRoseRussell LightbourneRyker DesaiSeikuShawn GillmerShumwaySierraSimone LightbourneSterlingTitusTristanVera KaneVincent VieZoe Monroe
Minor Characters
AdriaAnkaraArtigasAtomAurora BlakeAtohlCarisCaspianCharlotteChaseChrisCillianCole McAdamsConnorCostiaCraigCuyler RidleyDaniel LeeDaxDelanoDelilah WorkmanDerekDerrickDiggsDrewFioGideonGina MartinGlen DicksonGuaraGustusJuelKeenan MykulakLaylaLeeLieutenant GracoMacallanMark and Peter ColtonMelMiss LucyMylesNygelOsiasOtanPascalPennPeri GordonQuintRedReese LemkinRichardsRivoRoma BraggRyderScottSemetSgt. LovejoyShaySiennaStevensTor LemkinToshTrinaTrisTybeWhitmanWillaZoran