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They take their orders from me now.
— Cage to his father Dante Wallace [src]


Cage Wallace was a recurring character and major antagonist in the second season. He debuted in Human Trials and was portrayed by Johnny Whitworth.

Cage believed that the Sky People should have their bone marrow harvested from them because their bone marrow will get the Mountain Men to the ground. However, his father, Dante Wallace, disagreed with killing the Sky People for their bone marrow. This disagreement led to Cage overthrowing his father and becoming President of Mount Weather because the majority of the Mountain Men supported him since he promises to get them to the ground.

After escaping irradiated Mount Weather, he was killed by Lincoln, who cut off his hand and injected Red, the Reaper drug, into him.

Early LifeEdit

Cage was born in Mount Weather to Dante Wallace. His grandfather was President of Mount Weather before his father took over the presidency at some point.

Cage was put in charge of the Cerberus Project and worked closely with Dr. Lorelei Tsing, who was in charge of the Harvest Project.

Throughout the SeriesEdit

In Human Trials, he is seen entering Lincoln's locked chamber at Mount Weather. Every so often he checks up on Lincoln and injects him with a drug that transforms him into a Reaper. Later he is seen arguing with Dr. Tsing, but is quickly interrupted by his father. When Tsing is dismissed, Cage informs his father that his testing on the grounders was a success.

In Fog of War, he tries to convince his father that they should take The 100 forcefully in order to obtain their blood. Dante Wallace refuses and says he will only accept volunteers. Later, his father confronts him and asks whether or not he was the one who exposed Maya Vie to radiation. Cage denies his allegations, but Dante tells him if he finds out he was involved that their won't be another Wallace in the Presidency after him.

In Long Into an Abyss, he and Tsing watch over Keenan Mykulak, whom they have sent outside the Mountain for testing. When harm is brought to Keenan, Cage tries to call off the experiment, but Tsing refuses and asks him whether he can trust her to keep quiet. Later he is seen with Tsing watching over Harper McIntyre, whom they have taken captive and are about to perform a bone marrow transplant on. Harper says that she just wants to go home, but Cage only smirks and replies "So do we".

In Remember Me, he is seen alongside one guard in the communications room at Mount Weather. They discuss how the grounders and the sky people are working together to fight back. Cage says they don't stand a chance, but the guard isn't as hopeful. Cage is later seen returning to the communications room just as a disguised Monty Green exits the room, unknown to Cage.

In Coup de Grâce, he is seen in the control room at Mount Weather, being confronted by his father about what he and Dr. Tsing are doing to The 100. Cage tells his father he did not want to take the leadership over in this way, but his father rejects his words and tells the guards to arrest him but the guards don't move. Cage tells his father that they all want to go to the ground, and they take orders from him now. Cage initiates a coup d'état and has the guards place his father under arrest and issues an order for the imprisonment of the 47. The guards answer him, "Yes, Mr. President." He is later seen sitting at his new desk.

Rubicon 005 (Cage and Emerson)

Cage is able to go outside after receiving a bone marrow transplant

In Rubicon, Cage is seen aiding Emerson after he has collapsed to the ground due to lack of oxygen. Cage attaches another oxygen tank to his suit and reveals that he can now walk freely on the ground without having to wear a hazmat suit. Cage then tells him that the ground is theirs now. Later when Emerson is in recovery, Emerson asks how they will defeat the grounders and sky people. Cage says that they are going to use a missile in order to eliminate the targets located at Tondc. He is then seen in the control room, about to fire off the missile. When he is given the coordinates, he says "fire" and launches the missile, killing hundreds. When he is informed of the death of 11 guards (one of them being Dr. Tsing, he confronts his father asking if he had anything to do with it. Dante admits that he was involved. Cage has his guards inject bone marrow taken from the Delinquents into him, telling him it's his gift to him.

In Resurrection, he is seen sending Mountain Men in and out of the delinquents bedroom. Cage attempts to subdue the 47, but the delinquents fight back and massacre the mountain men sent in. Later, Cage is seen confronting Maya. Cage puts Maya into the delinquent's room and says she has 20 minutes until she is exposed to the radiation on their floor. If they do not surrender, Maya will succumb to the radiation. However, when there is no response from Maya's status, Cage sends in another team to go after the delinquents. Surprisingly, all delinquents have gone missing from their room, and Cage orders to continue to search for them.

In Bodyguard of Lies, he is seen in the control room handing out orders to Mountain Men security. When Emerson mentions the grounders are marching on the Mountain, Cage says all they have to do is deploy the fog and the problem will be solved. Later Cage is seen listening to a panicked Bellamy Blake, who is worried that the fog was not turned off. Cage then orders several men to kill Bellamy, which they ultimately fail to do as Bellamy set an explosion off in the room they were all in. The explosion turns off the fog, making the weapon useless. Cage starts to worry yelling at his men asking what they can do, but they are all speechless.

In Blood Must Have Blood (Part 1), Cage is seen frequently checking up with his father on advice to deal with the grounders breaking into Mount Weather. Dante scolds him for what he has done, allowing their society to fall in a matter of one week, provoking "savages" to fight back. However, Dante gives Cage the idea to set the grounders free in order to save their people. Cage takes his advice and a truce is made with the grounders. Cage is later seen thanking Dante for his advice.

In Blood Must Have Blood (Part 2), he is seen watching over his people in Mount Weather's Mess Hal. Emerson hands him a radio saying its Clarke Griffin on the other end. When the two interact, Clarke reveals that she is going to kill his father and that he must give up her people if he wants to save him. Cage says he cannot do that, forcing Clarke to shoot Dante, killing him. He then sends Emerson to deal with the delinquents in the control room, ordering him to kill them

Afterward, Cage enters the lab where the delinquents are having their bone marrow extracted. When Jasper Jordan is brought in, Jasper reveals he has a knife and is about to attack Cage. However, suddenly, radiation flows through level 5 killing everyone in Mount Weather, as Cage watches in horror as his people die in front of him. Jasper chases Cage down but Cage manages to escape.

Cage escapes Mount Weather, and is walking in the forest when he hears sounds coming from the woods, Lincoln comes charging at Cage in anger. However, Cage subdues Lincoln with his reaper synthesizer, and Lincoln falls to the ground. Just before Cage injects Lincoln with the reaper drug, Lincoln slices off his hand, and Cage screams in horror. Lincoln then takes the drug and injects it into Cage's neck. Cage has a seizure on the ground and dies from the attack.

PersonalityEdit

Cage appears to be humorous, even when in dark situations. When speaking with his fellow mountain men, he is very persistent about impressing his own ideologies on those around him. He does his best to convince people that his values are their values.

Physical AppearanceEdit

Cage has dark brown hair with dark brown eyes to match. His hair is longer towards the back of his head. His skin is very pale, like most other Mountain Men. He appears to be in his late 30's/early 40's. Cage is of average height. He also has an untrustworthy smile.

RelationshipsEdit

Dante WallaceEdit

Cage is Dante Wallace's son. Dante believes his son has the potential to do good for Mount Weather, so much that he made him top of security. There is also a sense of distrust towards Cage, as he believes that he might have been behind the radiation leak that injured Maya Vie. This distrust is proven when Cage usurps his father's power and grabs the Presidency for himself, locking his father up in quarantine. Dante becomes greatly disappointed in Cage's leadership and even goes so far as to help Bellamy Blake irradiate Level 5 to help the imprisoned Delinquents. Dante eventually realizes it has come down to a choice between his people and the Sky People and he tells Cage to stay the course, sacrificing himself so Cage might have a chance to save the Mountain Men.

Lorelei TsingEdit

Cage Wallace and Lorelei Tsing have a positive relationship as they both worked together to help get the Mountain Men to the ground through the Cerberus Project and the Harvest Project, respectively. Cage and Dr. Tsing begin experimenting with the |Delinquents' blood and bone marrow on Maya Vie and Keenan Mykulak, killing the latter. Dante Wallace eventually puts an end to their experiments and has Dr. Tsing arrested. After Cage overthrows Dante, he frees Dr. Tsing and allows her to continue her experiments on the Delinquents. They may have also been in a sexual relationship.

AppearancesEdit

Season Two
Episode Appearance Status
The 48 Absent
Inclement Weather Absent
Reapercussions Absent
Many Happy Returns Absent
Human Trials Appears
Fog of War Appears
Long Into an Abyss Appears
Spacewalker Absent
Remember Me Appears
Survival of the Fittest Absent
Coup de Grâce Appears
Rubicon Appears
Resurrection Appears
Bodyguard of Lies Appears
Blood Must Have Blood (Part 1) Appears
Blood Must Have Blood (Part 2) Appears
Season Three
Episode Appearance Status
Wanheda (Part 1)Absent
Wanheda (Part 2)Absent
Ye Who Enter HereAbsent
Watch the ThronesAbsent
HakeldamaAbsent
Bitter HarvestMentioned
ThirteenAbsent
Terms and ConditionsAbsent
Stealing FireAbsent
FallenAbsent
NevermoreAbsent
DemonsAbsent
Join or DieAbsent
Red Sky at MorningAbsent
Perverse Instantiation (Part 1)Absent
Perverse Instantiation (Part 2)Absent

Killed VictimsEdit

QuotesEdit

Cage Wallace: "We need their bone marrow!"

-- Remember Me


Cage Wallace: "Everyone wants to return to the Ground"
Cage Wallace (to Dante): "Our legacy? We've been bleeding people to stay alive for generations. That's our legacy."

-- Coup de Grâce

Notes and TriviaEdit

  • He is the son of Former President Dante Wallace.
  • He is the grandson of Former President Wallace.
  • He overthrew his father as President of Mount Weather.
  • He is the first President to go to war with the Grounders.
  • He is the first President to be killed by a Grounder.
  • He is the third President of Mount Weather.
    • All three Presidents were of the Wallace family. The first was Cage's grandfather, and the second, Dante, was his father.
  • His initials, "CW" are the same as the TV channel on which the show is broadcasted in the US; The CW

GalleryEdit

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See AlsoEdit

The 100 Characters
Main Characters

Abigail GriffinBellamy BlakeClarke GriffinEchoFinn CollinsJasper JordanJohn MurphyLincolnMarcus KaneMonty GreenOctavia BlakeRaven ReyesRoanThelonious JahaWells Jaha

Recurring Characters

AtomAnyaBeccaBreeBryanCage WallaceCarl EmersonCharles PikeCommander ShumwayCostaDante WallaceDavid MillerDiana SydneyEmoriFoxGeoff HardyHarper McIntyreHayesIlian‎IndraJacapo SinclairJacksonJake GriffinJohn MbegeJonesKyle WickLexaLorelei TsingLunaMajor ByrneMaya VieNathan MillerNiylahNykoOntariRileySeikuSterlingVera KaneZoe Monroe

Minor Characters

AdriaAnkaraArtigasAurora BlakeCallie CartwigCharlotteConnorCuyler RidleyDaxDelanoDerekDiggsDrewEthan HardyGlen DicksonGuaraGustusKeenan MykulakMadiMelMylesNygelOsiasOtanPascalRedReese LemkinRoma BraggSiennaTor LemkinTrinaTristanTybeZoran

Deceased Characters

AdenAdriaA.L.I.E.AnkaraAnyaAurora BlakeArtigasAtomBeccaBreeCage WallaceCallie CartwigCarl EmersonCharles PikeCharlotteChrisCommander ShumwayConnorCostiaCraigCuyler RidleyDante WallaceDavid MillerDaxDerekDiana SydneyDiggsDrewFinn CollinsFoxGeoff HardyGideonGina MartinGlen DicksonGuaraGustusHannah GreenHayesIlianJacapo SinclairJake GriffinJasper JordanJonesJohn MbegeKeenan MykulakLeeLexaLincolnLorelei TsingLunaMajor ByrneMaya VieMylesNiaOntariOtanPascalPeri GordonQuintRedRichardsRileyRoanRoma BraggSeikuSemetSgt. ScottShawn GillmerSterlingTitusTrinaTrisTristanTor LemkinTybeVera KaneVincentWells JahaWhitmanZoe Monroe

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