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Costia The 100 Navigation menu VideoLexa and Costia ( The 100 ) -- You saved my life During the final battle with Mount Weather, Lincoln catches Shoot Online to and kills the escaping Cage Wallace. In season 7's "From the Ashes", its stated that there Willkommen Zuhause Banner 36 prisoners left alive. Thus covering herself in their blood and being told by Gaia that it is best she keeps the blood on her, thus becoming Blodreina the Red Queen and decides anyone who breaks her laws must compete in deathmatches. Costia has two sides to her personality, the smaller portion of her life is being the warrior that she has spent her life training to be, she is a fierce, deadly warrior in battle and when she wishes to be, but this is only a small part of who she is. Costia/Lexa (The ) Clarke Griffin; Lexa (The ) Raven Reyes; Octavia Blake; Bellamy Blake; Costia (The ) Summary. Clarke is an A-student with her mind focused on one goal, to become the schools president. The school year however doesn't start to well as she finds out that no other than Lexa Woods is running against her. Costia (The ) Clarke is an A-student with her mind focused on one goal, to become the schools president. The school year however doesn't start to well as she finds out that no other than Lexa Woods is running against her. Angst, jealousy and drama - say no more. In the Pilot, Costa is among the guardsmen removing the prisoners from their cells on the Ark in readiness for their descent to the ground. Costa comes out of a cell to see that one of the prisoners, Clarke, is causing trouble and has momentarily eluded a couple of other guards. The (pronounced The Hundred) is an American post-apocalyptic science fiction drama developed for The CW by Jason Rothenberg, and is loosely based on the novel series of the same name by Kass Morgan. The series follows a group of survivors who return to Earth, ninety-seven years after a nuclear apocalypse left the planet uninhabitable.
In the fifth season, six years after Praimfaya he takes the fall for Abby's crime and proceeds to fight in gladiator battles but refuses once Octavia shows signs of being a dictator.
After being severely injured in the fifth-season finale, he is put into stasis and remains there in the sixth season after a failed attempt to save his life.
Kane's mind is eventually transferred into the body of a young man named Gavin to save his life, erasing Gavin's mind in the process.
After awakening Indra and leading a coup against the Primes on Eligius IV , Kane says a final goodbye to Abby before having Indra blow him out of an airlock along with the new Nightblood serum.
In "Adjustment Protocol", when Abby is mind-wiped to become the new host of Simone Lightbourne, she remembers Kane in her last moments alongside her daughter and deceased husband.
Portrayed by Lindsey Morgan , Raven Reyes seasons 2—7; recurring season 1 is an ambitious zero-gravity mechanic when on board the Ark who is not afraid of anyone or anything.
She later collaborates with Abby Griffin in her escape from the Ark and launches herself in a pod to Earth, and occasionally advises Abby in the fields of electronics and mechanical engineering after she becomes chancellor on Earth.
Brave and intelligent, Raven leads the camp in setting up communications and making bombs. She was childhood friends with Finn and was in a relationship with him until he fell in love with Clarke.
It is revealed in the second season, that Finn took the blame for Raven's crime because she was already 18 and would be floated. She was the first zero G mech student under the age of 18 in 52 years.
While she was originally rejected due to medical reasons, leading to her illegal spacewalk, Jacapo Sinclair overrode the decision due to Raven's talent.
In the third season, with Abby's help, Raven begins recovering from the injuries she sustained from last season. She joins Jaha's cause after reluctantly taking a tablet given to her by him, she does begin to fight the side effects after Jasper reminds her about Finn.
She is soon saved by Clarke and freed of A. Retaining the intelligence she gained from the AI, Raven helps discover her weakness and aids Clarke in destroying her.
In the fourth season, she bonds with Luna for her loss and convinces her to help save everyone on Earth, she also forgives Murphy for shooting her in the spine.
It is revealed that due to retaining a remnant of A. As she works on a way to recreate Nightblood, Raven experiences a series of hallucinations, including Becca who tempts her with the chance to spacewalk before she dies of her deteriorating condition.
However, a hallucination of Sinclair helps Raven to come up with a way to purge the code and save her own life. By freezing herself to death, thus preserving brain function and remaining flatlined for fifteen minutes, Raven is able to "reboot" her brain, purging the code and restoring herself to normal.
Afterwards, Clarke rescues her and requests she fly them to the Ark to escape the second Apocalypse which she agrees to do, and successfully able to fly them to space and finally was able to spacewalk again.
In the fifth season, Raven becomes an improved fighter being able to topple Echo in combat and plans to return to Earth.
She soon notices another ship landing on Earth, and proceeds to follow it. She realizes that there are other life forms in cryostasis on the Eligius IV prison ship and decides to stay behind and lies about an escape pod so that Bellamy will not argue with her when she stays behind on Eligius IV.
After returning to Earth, she forms a romantic relationship with the Eligius pilot Miles Shaw. Throughout the season, Raven is employed as a pilot by both her friends and the Eligius prisoners with their clashing priorities putting Raven and her friends at odds with Clarke.
At the end of the season, as the one inhabitable valley left is destroyed, Raven and Shaw fly the survivors back to Eligius IV. In the sixth season, Raven loses Shaw soon after landing on the new world, Sanctum, and becomes bitter and angry towards Clarke and Abby for their various decisions.
When the Lee family from Sanctum seizes control of Eligius IV , Raven awakens Charmaine Diyoza from cryosleep and retakes the ship with her and Madi's help, leading to the deaths of all but one of the hijackers.
Raven is left as the sole pilot of both the Earth group and Sanctum following the deaths of the Lee family, the one survivor, Kaylee Lee, later being murdered on Sanctum by Josephine Lightbourne.
After Josephine, posing as Clarke whose body she has taken over, makes a deal with Abby to save Marcus Kane using the Mind Drive technology, Raven flies Abby and a group from Sanctum back to the mothership.
However, she is horrified to learn that a young man will be sacrificed to resurrect Kane. Raven reluctantly helps Abby, not wanting Abby's death on her conscience from an ill-advised spacewalk of her own, but awakens Indra to help with the situation.
Kane eventually decides to float himself and the new Nightblood, sacrificing himself to stop other people from being sacrificed. Upon returning to Sanctum, Raven is imprisoned and nearly burned at the stake before Murphy talks Russell Lightbourne out of it.
Raven makes amends with Abby shortly before Abby's death to resurrect Simone Lightbourne and works to save Madi from the Dark Commander possessing her through the Flame.
Raven is eventually forced to destroy the Flame to save Madi while Clarke manages to retake control of the ship after killing all of the Primes except for Russell.
In the seventh season, Raven works to help keep the peace between the various factions on Sanctum, partially by helping to guide Murphy and Emori in their assumed roles as Daniel and Kaylee Prime.
When Sanctum's nuclear reactor begins to meltdown , Raven is forced to enlist the help of four of the Eligius prisoners to fix the cooling system while Murphy and Emori, protected by their own Nightblood, fix the reactor core.
Having originally lied to the prisoners about the severity of the danger that they are in, Raven is forced to lie to them again when the radiation exposure proves to be more extreme than she anticipated which causes it to be fatal to the prisoners.
Unwilling to trust the prisoners to do the right thing in the face of death, Raven forces Murphy to help them with the last of the repairs, unaware that one had already figured it out but was continuing anyway to protect his loved ones.
With Murphy's help, the prisoners fix the cooling system at the last possible second, but all perish aside from the Nightblood-protected Murphy and Emori, leaving Raven devastated and haunted by the deaths that she had caused.
Raven later teams up with Jordan Green to examine the armor of a dead Disciple, figuring out how to use it and learning that the mysterious Anomaly is in fact a wormhole.
With her friends in danger, Raven uses the armor to rescue them, but is further haunted by having to kill eight people to do it so soon after the deaths she caused in fixing the reactor.
With the armor's help, Raven leads her friends on a rescue mission for Bellamy, Octavia, Echo and Hope, but accidentally directs them to the wrong planet, an icy world called Nakara with no sign of any way to reopen the Anomaly back.
Using her armor, Raven leads the group to the Anomaly Stone and determines the code for the right planet, but Raven admits to Clarke that she feels like her soul is cracked with all of the deaths that she has caused.
Raven successfully leads the group to Bardo where they learn of Bellamy's apparent death and meet Bill Cadogan while trying to save their remaining friends.
In the series finale, it is Raven who takes the test that determines humanity's future, ultimately convincing the Judge that the human race is worthy of Transcendence.
Though Raven Transcends as well, she joins Clarke's friends in choosing to return to human form to live out their lives on Earth. Portrayed by Ricky Whittle , Lincoln seasons 2—3; recurring season 1 is a Grounder who rescues Octavia.
The pair develop a romantic relationship, and Lincoln helps the multiple times, causing him to be viewed as a traitor to his people. He later is drugged to become a reaper, but with Clarke's and Abby's assistance, he is successfully rehabilitated from the drug.
During the final battle with Mount Weather, Lincoln catches up to and kills the escaping Cage Wallace. Having been viewed as a traitor by some of his people, Lincoln resides in Camp Jaha with Octavia.
He is put in prison by Pike with the help of Bellamy and shot by Pike after surrendering to save his fellow Grounders from execution. His body is subsequently recovered and burned alongside that of Jacapo Sinclair.
Portrayed by Richard Harmon , John Murphy seasons 3—7; recurring seasons 1—2 starts out as one of Bellamy's men and is generally disliked by the group due to his reputation of being a troublemaker and career criminal, making him one of the few members to actually have committed felonies and not petty misdemeanors.
After being wrongfully accused by Clarke and nearly lynched, he tries to kill Charlotte. As a result of her suicide, he is banished from the camp.
He later returns, surviving being tortured by the Grounders. He seems to have forgiven the , but he kills two and attempts to hang Bellamy and accidentally shoots Raven in the spine.
In the second season, he is rescued by Raven from a surrounding Grounder and expresses remorse for his actions. Murphy explains to Raven that his father was executed for stealing medical supplies to help Murphy when he got sick and his mother became an alcoholic who drank herself to death after blaming Murphy for her husband's death.
Murphy helps the as they search for their lost members, even saving Bellamy's life when he could have let him drop.
On the way, he befriends a Grounder named Emori who later betrays and robs the group. He eventually finds a lighthouse where he is trapped by Jaha and A.
In the third season, he leaves the island after not wanting to be a part of Jaha's insane missions, and gets a boat ride from Emori. After Emori transports him and Jaha across the sea, he refuses to take the key and flees with Emori.
They start robbing people in the Commander's Forrest and he is eventually captured by Grounder warriors and brought to Polis, as one of the captors discovers a chip in his pocket which has the "Sacred Symbol of the Commander".
He is tortured for information by Titus and eventually tells him what he knows. After seeing an escape pod marked Polaris with the a and r burned off as well as drawings, Murphy pieces together the story of the First Commander Becca and her connection to The Ark.
Later on, Titus tries to murder Clarke and frame Murphy but accidentally shoots and kills Lexa. After she dies he witnesses Titus remove the chip.
After Titus gives Clarke the chip and commits suicide, Ontari makes him the new "Flamekeeper" since he is the only other person to have witnessed it being removed from another person.
Ontari takes a liking to him and wants him to sleep with her; if he refuses, she will kill him. He later reunites with Emori who is under A.
During the final battle with A. In the fourth season, after the City of Light is destroyed and A. When he finds out there's a nuclear disaster coming which will wipe out everyone on Earth, he and Emori decide to side with Clarke, who has a plan that might save people.
Murphy ends up helping Raven with another plan, and he is confronted with what he is put her through after he shot her. When Raven opts to stay behind, he has a rare emotional moment and shares a tearful goodbye with her.
Murphy later retreats to the remnants of the Ark in space with Bellamy, Raven, Emori and Echo to survive the coming nuclear apocalypse.
In the fifth season, six years after Praimfaya, he breaks up with Emori and suffers from an inferiority complex.
As they land on the Eligius ship before Bellamy and the others land on Earth, he decides to stay on the ship to protect Raven only for her to berate him by telling him she lied about the escape pod, much to his dismay.
Murphy eventually returns to the ground where his skill in manipulation proves vital in causing a mass riot between the prisoners, though Murphy elects to stay behind as the others flee in order to help Kane rescue Abby.
In the final battle, Murphy is badly wounded and elects to remain behind until Emori refuses to leave him as she loves Murphy too much to lose him.
Unwilling to let Emori lose him, Murphy allows Monty to carry him to safety shortly before the last inhabitable valley on Earth is destroyed.
Murphy recovers from his injuries under Abby's care and goes into cryosleep with everyone except for Monty and Harper for the next years. In the sixth season, Murphy allies himself with the Primes on Sanctum after being offered immortality for himself and Emori despite the Primes killing Clarke to become Josephine Lightbourne's new host.
Murphy finds himself torn between his friends and immortality, particularly due to his fears of what awaits him after death. Murphy eventually proposes marriage to Emori who accepts.
Though Murphy gains the chance to become a Prime and immortal, he turns his back on the Primes after losing both Abby and Clarke in favor of saving his people with Emori.
Clarke, who survived and had been posing as Josephine, admits that she is proud of him, causing Murphy to realize that his friend is still alive.
Murphy and Emori manage to rescue their friends and Murphy aids Gabriel Santiago in subduing the Sanctum citizens who have been driven insane by the Red Sun toxin, helping to prevent the massacre of innocent people as Murphy is the only one who can help Gabriel infiltrate their ranks in his guise as Daniel Lee.
During this time, Murphy meets Zev, the male lover of Daniel. Murphy's reaction to Zev suggests that Murphy may not be strictly heterosexual, though this is unconfirmed.
In the seventh season, Murphy struggles with guilt over his role in Abby's death and remorse for his actions. Murphy reluctantly assumes the role of Daniel alongside Emori as Kaylee in order to help keep the peace between all of the volatile factions inhabiting Sanctum.
After Sanctum's nuclear reactor begins to meltdown , Raven enlists the help of Murphy and Emori, who had both become Nightbloods in preparation for becoming Primes, to help her and four Eligius prisoners fix the problem.
With their Nightblood, Murphy and Emori are able to fix the reactor core, though both suffer negative effects from the radiation.
After the prisoners suffer a fatal dose of radiation, Raven, not willing to trust them to do the right thing when faced with certain death, lies to them and tricks Murphy into helping, relying on his sense of self-preservation.
Murphy bonds with the prisoner Hatch who has already deduced the truth but like Murphy, is trying to protect someone he loves.
Together, Murphy and Hatch manage to fix the reactor at the last possible second, though Hatch dies in the process. Murphy and Emori both survive due to their Nightblood, though it takes Emori longer to recover than it does Murphy.
With the Faithful threatening self-immolation, Indra enlists the help of a reluctant Murphy to pose as Daniel again and talk them down.
Upon seeing the Faithful about to sacrifice children, Murphy risks his own life to rescue the children, but in the process reveals his deception to Daniel's lover Zev.
Nearly burned alive, Murphy is rescued when Emori and Indra bring in Russell to talk down the Faithful, with Russell reaffirming Murphy and Emori's covers.
However, Indra realizes in the process that Russell's body has in fact been taken over by Sheidheda , the Dark Commander.
Murphy and Emori's deception is subsequently revealed by Nikki and Nelson, the leader of the Children of Gabriel, before Sheidheda slaughters many of the Faithful.
In the aftermath of the massacre, with the Dark Commander consolidating his power and Indra deposed, Murphy takes leadership of the massacre survivors to hide and oppose Sheidheda's reign with Murphy showing an understanding of the way the Dark Commander operates and something of an ability to predict what he is up to.
In turn, Sheidheda appears to genuinely like and respect Murphy despite being on opposing sides, the two treating their conflict like a game of chess and at one point, playing chess together to pass the time when their conflict is at a stalemate before Clarke's return.
After discovering that Earth has regenerated, Murphy expresses a desire to relocate everyone on Sanctum to humanity's much-safer homeworld.
In the series finale, after Emori dies, Murphy decides to place her Mind Drive into his own head despite knowing that it will inevitably be fatal to him as he would rather spend his last few hours with Emori than the rest of his life without her.
When the human race Transcends, Murphy and Emori join them, but decide to join the rest of Clarke's friends in returning to human form to live out the rest of their lives on Earth.
He turns out to be Prince Roan, son of Queen Nia. He later becomes king of the Ice Nation after Lexa kills Nia for attempting to overthrow her.
He supports Ontari as the new Commander and attempts to track down Clarke who has escaped with the Flame. Roan and Clarke instead form an alliance to give Ontari the Flame to help shut down A.
He is rescued when Clarke and Abby take the bullet out of his chest. Echo tries to tempt him to kill Clarke for her crimes as well as secure his position as ruler of the 13 clans.
However, Clarke gives him A. Later, he learns that Skaikru seems to be protecting themselves thus ending the alliance.
Clarke convinces Roan to share Arkadia until it explodes. He takes part in the challenge where each tribe sends a champion to fight for the position of the leader — who gets to decide which tribe survives in the bunker.
He banishes Echo for trying to cheat in the tournament, and declines to fight Octavia, whom he respects. In the end he is killed by the Nightblood Luna, who drowns him.
The two accuse Echo of being a killer and press her on who Echo is now, reminding Echo of her many mistakes.
She saves Bellamy's life, which leads him to trust her and he helps her escape. She later betrays him and helps act out a plan that led to the destruction of Mount Weather.
After the events in the City of Light she blames Skaikru for all the casualties and demands for Clarke's execution. She becomes a royal guard and the bodyguard of Roan, but is banished for her interference in the Grounder battle.
She assists Octavia in trying to open the bunker, but Octavia will only help Azgeda and not her. She fights off Grounders who tried to kill Clarke and provides protection onward in exchange for her safety when the death wave hits.
In the season finale, Bellamy talks Echo out of suicide and she joins Bellamy's group in retreating to the remains of the Ark in space.
In the fifth season, six years later, she is romantically involved with Bellamy, and afraid to return to Earth, knowing that Octavia will want her dead.
Once she returns to Earth, she is confronted by Octavia who reminds her of her banishment but gives her an ultimatum on spying on the people of Eligius IV in exchange for banishment being lifted, and Octavia executes several of her people in order to make her defection seem legitimate.
In season six's "Ashes to Ashes", it's revealed that the real Echo is long dead. In the same episode, Echo becomes a Nightblood after being injected with Madi's bone marrow , narrowly escaping being mind-wiped with the help of Gaia and Nathan Miller.
Echo helps to build a rebellion against the Primes and joins her friends in trying to do better by saving as many people as they can from a psychosis-induced massacre created by the Primes releasing a toxin into the population.
The group eventually succeeds, but in the aftermath, Octavia is stabbed by Hope Diyoza and vanishes into the mysterious Anomaly.
In the seventh season, Echo works with Hope and Gabriel Santiago to rescue Octavia and Bellamy who has been kidnapped by the mysterious Disciples.
Following the Disciples through the Anomaly, in reality a wormhole , to the planet Skyring, the group becomes trapped when the message containing the code they need to continue on to Bardo is washed away.
Due to the time dilation from a nearby black hole , time passes much faster on Skyring than on Sanctum, causing their friends to be initially unaware of how long they have been gone and the danger they are in.
Echo, Hope and Gabriel are eventually forced to wait for five years on Sanctum for the Disciples to return for their prisoner Orlando in order to get a chance to reach Bardo.
Orlando eventually agrees to train the group as Disciples to help in their rescue mission, but when the time comes to leave, Echo decides that they can't trust Orlando to help them on Bardo and abandons him on Skyring after killing all of the Disciples that they have subdued.
As later revealed by Captain Meredith, Echo's betrayal caused Orlando to subsequently commit suicide. On Bardo, the three manage to rescue Octavia from the Disciples' memory capture machine, only to learn that Bellamy had been apparently killed a week before trying to rescue his sister himself.
Grief-stricken and enraged, Echo brutally kills their hostage, ruining the plan to use him to help rescue Charmaine Diyoza. Echo later tries to commit genocide on the Disciples in revenge, but is stopped by her friends.
Though Echo is reunited with Bellamy who had in fact survived, Bellamy has been changed for the worse by his experiences.
After Clarke kills Bellamy, Echo tells Clarke that she feels the real Bellamy has been dead for awhile and sinks into a depression over his loss and her unwillingness to reveal the truth about her identity to him.
In the series finale, Echo is mortally wounded risking her life to help Octavia. He said that, like Mad Max , The "understands that the Grounders are repurposing tools and clothing from a time long dead.
But the costumes are far from uniform. The people who lived on the ark, the people who live in the forest, the people who live in a frozen tundra, they all dress differently".
Costumes make a show's world real". It's funny, we did a whole day of tests with that makeup. We were like, 'Should we do this?
Should we do tears? Should we do the bindi? When developing the character of Lexa further, the idea of her being romantically interested in women was pitched.
The moment, I think I'm remembering it now, the moment was in Episode 9 when Lexa tells Clarke the story of Costia at the fire after the funeral, and she talks about Costia—that was the first reference, I think, to her sexuality", stated Rothenberg.
He "embraced it and [ran] with it". The writers designed Lexa as a proud and wise warrior who keeps her feelings very guarded, and as someone who is usually unable to show she cares for people.
Debnam-Carey said figuring out how to portray all these aspects of the character was the most challenging part. A director advised her that less is more, and she adapted to the character, and learned more about her, via portrayal.
Someone was like, 'Is it a thing you've chosen to do, to not blink all the time? There's a presence about her and a knowingness, and she's always observant".
Lexa is the first Grounder leader to seek peace, which Debnam-Carey described as "somewhat difficult" for the other Grounders to understand because of their "rough and aggressive" culture; she is also "the first person to unite the 12 clans and to actually have the option of an alliance".
Debnam-Carey said "it's in [Lexa's] blood" to put her people first because they "are so close to her, that's what she's been groomed to be.
She comes from a really harsh culture and she has huge responsibilities". Lexa is "brutal and she's a pragmatist, but not out of unkindness.
It's all she's ever known". She was placed in a position where suddenly she was forced to make a lot of hard choices that most people never have to make, no matter what their age is.
The is a world where you don't ever really get to be a kid". Lexa's relationship with Clarke is presented as intense, complex, and the one thing that manages to soften Lexa's outlook on life.
They have to lead a huge amount of people. They have a lot of expectations riding on them". She said the sudden responsibilities they faced, the need to make the right decisions, and the fact they both grieved over past lovers helped connect them further, and it is a connection they do not have with others.
He said Clarke's attraction to Lexa "developed a little bit more slowly, but by the end [ Debnam-Carey considered the characters being "very adaptable" as one of the interesting aspects of their dynamic.
Sacrifices the characters make are "for a much greater goal in the end". They have also "taken characteristics from each other", with Lexa becoming more trusting and learning that love can be empowering, and Clarke becoming more ruthless.
Debnam-Carey appreciated the fact the writers did not make a big deal of defining either characters' sexuality or their romantic relationship.
Of the decision to have Lexa betray Clarke, a significant moment for the series that allowed the writers to strain the characters' relationship, Rothenberg said Lexa was under the impression Clarke would likely die in the battle and Mount Weather would possibly remain to keep her people united.
Thinking she could keep her alliance together, the 12 clans, because they would still have this evil empire out there to unite them", he stated.
Lexa was not expecting Clarke to win, and to subsequently become a legend. No, I heard it was 10, people! He said she did as much in the season 2 finale.
Lexa had that choice in [Episode] Obviously, it landed very emotionally for both of them, but especially on Clarke", he stated.
If she can't, then they'll never figure out a way to make peace with each other". Debnam-Carey viewed the betrayal as a relief and release for herself as an actor, and as a "very honest" and "open" moment for Lexa.
She said Clarke's portrayer, Eliza Taylor , was "brilliant" and "great to work with and between the two of us, we were just very connected with each other and made sure that that was the strong force of that scene".
To Debnam-Carey, Lexa "showing that she cared, even in that moment of betrayal" was Lexa being real. She does not think Lexa was preoccupied with the repercussions.
Now those cards are back on the table, if she wants to restart an alliance or whatever else". In the series finale, the fact that the Judge took on Lexa's form served to confirm that Lexa was in fact Clarke's greatest love.
Lexa, and her relationship with Clarke, have been well received by critics and fans. Ryan felt Lexa "does not suffer fools gladly, yet Debnam-Carey made Lexa's vulnerability and her attraction to Clarke Griffin Eliza Taylor not just believable, but engrossing".
Club ' s Kyle Fowle reasoned that Lexa's resolve while facing the reality of protecting the Sky People, the 13th clan, while risking an uprising from the other clans and her own people "is exactly what makes her one of the better characters on TV".
Many viewers were upset by Lexa's betrayal of Clarke, resulting in debates about why she may have done it,   and Andy Swift of TVLine 's stating, "I'm pretty sure I speak for Clarke, and all the angry viewers watching from home, when I say, 'Lexa, please meet a fiery death.
Club stated that having the characters reunite after the betrayal, "allows for the show to dig into one of its most complex and compelling relationships.
Clarke and Lexa are a tangle of emotions and motivations. Fowle felt "Clarke's relative forgiveness of Lexa makes sense within the context of the war of her people, and the larger political conflict at hand.
When she kneels before Lexa [ Whether or not Lexa should be paired with Clarke was also debated, especially by fans of the Bellamy and Clarke relationship "Bellarke" , which is canon in the books.
Online stated with regard to season 2, "People who want to see Bellamy Bob Morley and Clarke Eliza Taylor get together—ahem, in every sense of the word—have had to suffer through a full season in which they were actually separated for pretty much the entire time".
He said the show gives indications that Bellamy and Clarke care deeply for each other, and those wanting a romance at the time should read the books.
But none of those moments have created a stir quite like [ Debnam-Carey was surprised by the attention. I was like, 'Oh, my god! It was the first time I realized I was a figure for that community", said Debnam-Carey.
She called this "an honor" and "flattering", and added, "It's new for our society, as well. It's one of the first shows that really has two characters in the cast that are gender and sexually fluid and embraces that.
There are no labels. It's a wonderful thing to be a part of. I'm all for it". When asked if she knew she had that much of an impact on the LGBT community, Debnam-Carey commented, "Not that much, no, that's amazing".
Selina Wilken of Hypable. She said The CW did not have "a single queer main character on any of the network's currently running shows" and that needed to change.
Give her a love interest, however fleeting. The ball's in your court, writers". With Debnam-Carey's limited role on the series, Rothenberg contemplated how best to continue or end Lexa's story.
When he chose to kill her off, this resulted in much animosity among the fanbase, with viewers and critics especially those who were upset or confused by the decision debating whether she was killed off for being lesbian, and whether she was killed off the right way; many also felt the decision was a blow or slight to the LGBT community because of the view that it reinforced the " dead lesbian syndrome " or "bury your gays" trope, which posits that a lesbian couple or other same-sex couple on television or in film can never be happy for long, if at all, because one or both of them will soon die.
Viewers expressed their anger on Twitter, Tumblr , and other social media sites, with a number of them threatening to dox reveal personally identifiable information about the writers, others making death threats , and some stating they were suicidal after watching the episode; people associated with the show immediately responded and tried to ease their thoughts, and defended the series by stating characters die on the show all the time.
Calling the uproar messy, Caroline Framke of Vox said killing off Lexa "may have alienated part of [the audience] for good. Start a Wiki. Do you like this video?
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