|— Ethan to Geoff Hardy [src]|
Early Life Edit
He survived the descent to Earth and lived at Arkadia with his father.
Throughout the Series Edit
In The Chosen, he somehow got separated from his father when the Grounders were making the Sky People leave the bunker. His father soon found him by shouting his name and they shared a moment and hugged with Geoff telling him, "It's okay."
Later, Geoff comes to Thelonious Jaha and asks the former chancellor to care for Ethan in case his name was not chosen in the lottery. However, Jaha brushes him off saying "A child should not lose his father". Jaha later does as Geoff had asked him to do after Marcus Kane and Jaha use knock out gas to calm the crowd. A grounder man goes to take Ethan away to die, and Marcus tells the grounder all children stay. Jaha picks Ethan up and holds him.
Physical Appearance Edit
Ethan is small and skinny. He has a fair complection, blonde hair and blue eyes.
Geoff Hardy Edit
He and his father, Geoff Hardy, shared a close bond.
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|The Four Horsemen||Absent|
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|Die All, Die Merrily||Absent|
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Notes and Trivia Edit
- He is the youngest named Sky Person.
- He is the seventh child character to appear on The 100, first is Charlotte, second is Reese Lemkin, third is Zoran, fourth is Lovejoy's son, fifth is Gavriel and the sixth is Aden.
- He is among the survivors in the Second Dawn Bunker, as his father willingly sacrificed his own life to make sure he got a spot.
- Ethan, Gaia, and Madi are the only three characters that were introduced in Season Four who are known to be still alive.