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Early life Edit
Bellamy is the son of Melinda Blake and Chancellor Jaha. However, Bellamy grew up on Walden, one of the poorest stations of the Colony, without knowing who his father was. When Bellamy was still young, Melinda had an illegal second child, Octavia Blake. Later, when Melinda committed suicide, he and Octavia were placed in the Care Center.
Octavia Blake is his maternal half-sister and Wells Jaha is his paternal half-brother.
In The 100 Edit
Bellamy was introduced to the series waiting to hear news about his sister Octavia, by bribing a guard for information. When he heard about the Earth mission he stole a guard's uniform and held the Chancellor hostage, in order to get on the dropship and join his sister. In the act, he had accidentally shot the Chancellor.
Bellamy is fearless, reckless and caring. He also appears to be a bit of a playboy, seen especially in his early reactions with Clarke or his inner monologues.  He is good with a bow and often takes solitary hunting trips out in the woods.
Physical Appearance Edit
Bellamy has a long, narrow face and long hair. He is described to be well - built and physically fit.
Bellamy has a romantic relationship with Clarke Griffin. At the end of Rebellion, Bellamy took Clarke out to place in the forest and told her that was where he wanted to build their home. He then proposed to Clarke and they get engaged.
Bellamy previously dated Lilly Marsh, a girl he met in the care center.
Bellamy (thinking about Clarke): "She laughed for what Bellamy was sure was her first time on Earth. He felt a surprising flicker of pride that he'd been the one to make it happen."
Bellamy (to Clarke): "Willing to listen to jazz music? You must mean 'happy because you get to listen to jazz music.' So happy that your heart starts beating a jazz riff."
Bellamy (to Clarke): "I want to spend eons with you, Clarke Griffin."
Notes and Trivia Edit
See Also Edit
|The 100 Book Series|
- ↑ The 100, Ch 14, Pg 150