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List of The characters and List of The episodes In "Fog of War," two days after a massacre, mechanic and explosives expert Raven discovers Mount Weather has jammed communications, preventing them from reaching out to other potential survivors from the Ark a ship that held descendants of humans who survived the nuclear apocalypse 97 years before.
The survivors become known as Sky People to the Grounders descendants of humans on Earth who survived the nuclear apocalypse. After a group of survivors find the communications tower, they are forced to split and take shelter from an acid fog. Clarke, a teenager who has taken on a leader role for her camp, realizes she no longer recognizes Finn, her one-time lover.
Jaha and Kane, two former leaders of the Ark, are told that one of them must kill the other to have even a chance at speaking with the commander of the Grounders.
Kane attempts to take his own life rather than kill Jaha, but a Grounder witness, Lexa, reveals herself to be the commander and says she believes their wish for peace is sincere.
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She allows Jaha to escape with a message to his camp: In "Long Into an Abyss," with the Grounders' deadline imminent, Abby Clarke's mother and Jaha disagree over what the survivors are to do; Jaha wishes to evacuate to the so-called 'City of Light', while Abby wants to remain behind to rescue other members.
Clarke and two of her fellow people Octavia and Bellamy hold Lincoln in the dropship; he is a Grounder and was experimented on with a serum to become a reaper a mindless, zombie-like killer.
When Lincoln is almost mercy-killed, his heart stops and he is revived by Clarke, who believes curing reapers depends on waiting for the serum to leave their bodies, even though the reaper might temporarily die in the process.
With this information, Clarke realizes they have something to offer the Grounders. When Abby is successful in curing Lincoln, Lexa grants Clarke the truce, but says she must be allowed to execute Finn before it can begin. In "Spacewalker," Clarke returns to camp and tells them the Grounders will cease their attack if they are given Finn, who is the one who massacred a number of their people.
The tension between the people in Camp Jaha rises as opinions are divided whether to give Finn to the Grounders or not. At the camp, Abby and Kane, having returned, think they can bargain with the Grounders by offering to put Finn on trial, but such plans are wasted as Finn gives himself up to the Grounders.
In the end, Clarke goes to meet with Lexa in a last-ditch effort to save Finn from the brutal execution process Lincoln has explained. When Lexa refuses clemency, Clarke asks if she can say goodbye to Finn. She approaches, kisses him, and tells him she loves him while stabbing him in the heart, killing him quickly. In "Remember Me," Clarke and a group from the Ark set off to a Grounder camp Tondc to complete their agreement for a truce. On the way, Clarke is haunted by visions of Finn.
Bellamy tries to convince Clarke to let him go to Mount Weather as an inside man; Clarke says she cannot lose him too. When they arrive at the village, Clarke burns Finn's corpse, along with the corpses of those he killed, in a traditional Grounder funeral. While grieving, Lexa tells Clarke of Costia, her own past love who was tortured and killed by Lexa's enemy, who believed she knew Lexa's secrets.
She tells Clarke that love is weakness. At a dinner, Kane gifts Lexa with a bottle of liquor. When Gustus, her right hand, tests it for her, he appears to be poisoned, leading Lexa to believe it was an assassination attempt by the Sky People.
Clarke immediately thinks it was Raven, as she was Finn's former girlfriend and loved him. Clarke confronts her; Raven punches Clarke for accusing her of doing it. Lexa nearly kills Raven, but Bellamy figures out it was Gustus who poisoned the cup, and Clarke proves it to Lexa by drinking from the bottle herself.
When Lincoln confronts Bellamy about how he knew it was Gustus, he says Gustus would do anything to protect Lexa. Clarke decides she sees Lexa's point about how love is a weakness and tells Bellamy he was right and should go to Mount Weather. In "Survival of the Fittest," Clarke and Lexa encounter a gigantic mutated gorilla after one of the grounder council members drives Clarke into the forest with the intent to kill her.
They escape, but become temporarily trapped in its cage. Lexa is injured, but that does not stop her from dispensing some advice about leadership to Clarke. Clarke figures out a way to escape, and also has an idea about freeing the Grounders inside Mount Weather to help fight the Mountain Men. Clarke races to the village where she explains the danger to Lexa. Lexa points out to Clarke that if they warn anyone else and stop the meeting, the Mountain Men will realize they have a spy inside the mountain and Bellamy will be compromised before having completed his mission.
Clarke is reluctant to leave so many others to die, but agrees Lexa is right and the two secretly escape. As they leave, Clarke sees her mother arriving in the village and returns to try to rescue Abby as the missile hits the village. In "Resurrection," Clarke and Abby survive the missile strike on Tondc, but Abby is horrified to realize Clarke knew it was coming and did nothing to save the rest of the people in the village.
She goes back to help survivors, while Lexa and Clarke set off to find and kill the spotter who called in the strike. Clarke finds and kills the spotter with Lincoln's help, and realizes the spotter's lack of a hazmat suit means the Mountain Men have started harvesting her friends. Inside Mount Weather, Jasper a friend of Clarke's and the others fight back and find refuge with those in Mount Weather who do not agree with Wallace or Cage.
Octavia figures out Clarke and Lexa knew about the missile, and Lexa decides she needs to be killed to protect that secret. Clarke stops the attempted murder. She confronts Lexa about her plan and her facade of heartlessness, and Lexa reveals she has feelings for Clarke.
As they wait for the deadly fog to clear, Lexa informs Clarke she does trust her and will no longer try to hurt Octavia. She notes that the Grounder ways are just focused on survival.
Clarke suggests that maybe life should be about more than just surviving, and Lexa catches her off guard with a kiss. Clarke returns the kiss before she tells Lexa she is not ready to be with anyone yet.
They are alerted to Raven's signal that the fog is disabled. The Mountain Men prepare to deploy acid fog, but Bellamy manages to escape a security team and destroy the system in an explosion just in time.
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In "Blood Must Have Blood: Part 1," Bellamy frees the Grounders inside Mount Weather, as Clarke's plan is to attack from within. When the generators are taken out, soldiers from Mount Weather open fire on the army in front of their doors, but those still manage to destroy the lock at the last second. When they pull the door open, Lexa commands her people to stand down because of a deal she just cut with the Mountain Men. When the Grounders retreat, almost all of the Sky People accept defeat and soon retreat, leaving behind only a betrayed Clarke at the front door and Octavia in the tunnels.
Season 3[ edit ] In "Wanheda: Part Two," attackers on a jeep turn out to be Arkers who landed separately. Their numbers have dwindled to 63 due to conflict with the community called Ice Nation and they accept Kane's offer to come to Arkadia, where the other Sky People live.
Part of the group continue to search for Clarke, who has been on the run for three months due to now being a legend and subsequent target because of her defeat of the Mountain Men after Lexa's betrayal.
This has earned her the nickname "Wanheda" commander of death. Indra, one of Lexa's best and most trusted warriors, warns Lexa that the Ice Nation is marching on her; Indra is there when bounty hunter Roan the banished Ice Nation prince brings Clarke to Lexa, who sought to capture Clarke before members of Ice Nation did. Still angry at Lexa for her betrayal, Clarke is dragged out kicking and screaming while vowing revenge on Lexa. Lexa tells Clarke that she intends to initiate the Sky People into her coalition as the thirteenth clan.
Clarke believes Lexa only wants this because her Clarke's defeat of the Mountain Men has made Lexa look weak. Lexa focuses on sparring with Aden, a Nightblood she has been training for the role of Commander. It is a CW show, after all. However, if you are unfamiliar with the show, this post is a PSA for you specifically. And, with that series, there is a lot to get into.
But, first and foremost, the main character, Clarke Griffin. Clarke looks directly ahead. Her expression is surprised and a little scared. From day one, her queer identity is unsaid, and yet it is also uncontended. To give you some plot context, the show follows a group of kids, thewho have been returned to Earth from a space station where humanity had taken refuge during a nuclear war.
When season three picks back up, Clarke is struggling to deal with the aftermath of Mount Weather and the massacre of the lives that she had been forced to take.
Meanwhile, Lexa is moving heaven and earth in order to find Clarke. The rough relationship that is presented once Clarke is in Polis adds another complex layer to their relationship.
This is shown when Roan gives Clarke a knife to kill Lexa with. What the two women have been through and what they have each done is something that haunts them both. With this newly formed alliance, Lexa will never have to abandon Clarke again. As Lexa stated at Mount Weather, the duty to her people comes first, and Lexa will do everything in her power to keep her people safe, which now includes Skaikru.
I swear fealty to you, Clarke kom Skaikru. I vow to treat your treat your needs as my own and your people as my people. She promises Clarke that she will never again abandon her or hurt her in the way that she has. She will treat Clarke as she treats herself. Furthermore, the Commander, the woman who bows before no one, is bowing before Clarke.
Whereas Wanheda had bowed before the Commander, Lexa, the girl, is bowing before Clarke, something much more intimate and sincere.
And when Lexa agrees to battle Roan to the death, Clarke, the woman who had only weeks before hated the Commander, cannot bear the thought of seeing her die, and she takes matters into her own hands in an attempt to save the woman who she is slowly realizing her love for.
But she is forced to watch as Lexa battles anyway, and the expressions on her face say it all. As Lexa is knocked to the ground and is rendered weaponless, her heart drops. Two women, not two leaders.
Their relationship continues to mend as the season progresses, and their love for one another becomes a more prominent thing. Clarke has allowed her to see things in a different light. Clarke has offered Lexa hope; hope for a better life, hope for love, and hope for a world where there is peace and where blood must not have blood. Lexa, on the other hand, has allowed Clarke to heal. She has solidified that what Clarke felt after killing those at Mount Weather was real, she has expressed her sorrow and taken part of the blame for the actions that Clarke was forced to take, and she offered Clarke acceptance for what she has done.
With this put in place, Clarke is forced to make the ultimate decision: She goes to Lexa one last time to say goodbye, because she cannot bear the thought of leaving the woman that she loves without seeing her one last time.
And Lexa almost slips. She understands why Clarke has chosen to return to her people, and she almost vocalizes her love for Clarke.
The kiss that the two women share in this scene is full of emotion, encompassing the love that they have been withholding. It is the ultimate expression of their connection to one another. Lexa is so in shock by what is happening, and she is struggling so much to keep her composure; tears build in her eyes and slip down her cheeks, her lips tremble, her entire body trembles.
And that is what makes this moment so special. These two women have been through hell together. And now they are allowing themselves to shed their rank, allowing themselves to shed their duty to their people and just be, even if it is only temporary. There is nothing that she can do. And as usual, Lexa tries to comfort Clarke, telling her not to be afraid. She is not voicing her concerns for her people and the challenges that a new Commander would impose to the relationship between Skaikru and the Grounders.
Instead, she is speaking solely of herself and her love for Lexa. She has always wanted Lexa. And she has only just allowed herself to have what she wants and embrace their bond. She mimics the words that Clarke had spoken to her in season two. Because of Clarke, Lexa has allowed herself to love and be loved.