FANDOM


  • Preview clip of Lexa vs Roan

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJQtUwKNboc

    WTF!!!! I have no words. Oh my God.

      Loading editor
    • The rule is someone must die today, meaning it might not be either Lexa or Roan. We've seen that spear-throwing pic. Makes me wonder if they're on the same side and they take out Nia or someone else as the required death.

        Loading editor
    • Yeaah...I just saw it...can't wait til tomorrow...I just hope Lexa won't die...:-O

        Loading editor
    • Have you seen the other new clip with an interview with JR? Apparently, the title is taken from a Kanye West song. There's a scene at the end where Jasper and Monty return to Mount Weather and Jasper admits they're both mass murderers (at least he's acknowledging his part in the fireball of death in Season 1).

        Loading editor
    • Skyzy wrote: The rule is someone must die today, meaning it might not be either Lexa or Roan. We've seen that spear-throwing pic. Makes me wonder if they're on the same side and they take out Nia or someone else as the required death.


      Hmmm. You mean like Lexa and Roan team up (off-screen) and plan on taking out Nia (or at least somebody else)? Interesting. I'd like that idea WAY better than either Lexa or Roan dying (too predictable). Maybe Clarke and Roan did make an off-screen deal and that was to save Lexa and turn against Nia? Then, Roan's banishment would most likely be lifted because he chose her over his mother.

        Loading editor
    • Awhile ago I read that a newly introduced character would die in this ep. Roan, Nia, or maybe Ontari are my guesses.

        Loading editor
    • I've read that 3 deaths are supposed to happen in this episode.

      I love the look of defeat on Titus face when Lexa fell down at the end, and the quiver in his voice when he announced the match.

      I doubt Lexa will die. I don't want Roan to die either. Like the character so far. If he does die I hope we find out why his banished, who banished him, and get a scene between Mom and son.

        Loading editor
    • 3 deaths?! Damn. I hope they aren't all major/important characters. Although, I think Lexa does die at some point in the series, returns to the CoL, and then Clarke brings her back to the real world, I don't think it will be in this episode.

        Loading editor
    • TheOmegaWerewolf wrote:

      Skyzy wrote: The rule is someone must die today, meaning it might not be either Lexa or Roan. We've seen that spear-throwing pic. Makes me wonder if they're on the same side and they take out Nia or someone else as the required death.

      Hmmm. You mean like Lexa and Roan team up (off-screen) and plan on taking out Nia (or at least somebody else)? Interesting. I'd like that idea WAY better than either Lexa or Roan dying (too predictable). Maybe Clarke and Roan did make an off-screen deal and that was to save Lexa and turn against Nia? Then, Roan's banishment would most likely be lifted because he chose her over his mother.


      Yeah, I really like this idea now, too. I hope Roan sticks around for longer because he's the only thing keeping me interested in the Polis storyline right now. Maybe the Nightbloods if it turns out they have some connection with ALIE.

        Loading editor
    • Word on the street says there are leaked spoilers for the episode ALL OVER Twitter/Social media. If you haven't already been spoiled and don't want to be, just avoid those places.

        Loading editor
    • ^I can't wait till this episode is over and I can go back to watching it without wondering if I've come up with my own speculation or accidentally got spoiled somewhere/somehow. I've tried to avoid them as best I can and it helps I have no interest in Clexa or Bellarke so I don't follow those tags closely (which is mostly what people post about), but people have made a few spoiler edits on the wikia and that's been frustrating.

        Loading editor
    • I have lost ALL INTEREST in the Arkadia storyline and Bellamy. If anything happens to Linctavia, I will quit this show and I do not say that lightly.

        Loading editor
    • I don't think anything will happen to Linctavia but what Pike does next episode will definitely have serious repercussions. 

        Loading editor
    • @Skyzy: That's a shame. We all know, and appreciate, all the hard work you've done on the wiki here, but it's pretty much a done deal that Ricky Whittle will not be in S4 (assuming there is one), he's said so himself...

        Loading editor
    • When did he say that??

      If he said it, it's most likely because JR killed him off already. He wasn't announced for the Shadow Gods role until after most of S3 had finished filming already and he can logistically do both series (even if it's a reduced role on The 100 like ADC and Zack McGowan for example).

      Either way, if he dies because of the Pike/Bellamy/Hannah storyline, that's a despicable way to end a POC character while at the same time villainizing other POC characters because that's all I'm seeing right now.

        Loading editor
    • I'm thinking that Lincoln will die trying to defend against Farm station and that is why Octavia says that Bellamy is dead to her in the trailer. I honestly hate the farm station people especially Pike and Monty's stupid mother. I hope the grounders kill them all. Bellamy is being an idiot it's not like he even knew that GIna girl that long anyway why is he suddenly completely changing his entire stance. The only sky people I hope survive right now are Raven, Monty, Octavia, Abby and Kane. Maybe Bellamy if he starts acting heroic again. Jasper is a lost cause honestly. The rest of them can be killed off. 

        Loading editor
    • 76.78.236.113 wrote:
      I'm thinking that Lincoln will die trying to defend against Farm station and that is why Octavia says that Bellamy is dead to her in the trailer. I honestly hate the farm station people especially Pike and Monty's stupid mother. I hope the grounders kill them all. Bellamy is being an idiot it's not like he even knew that GIna girl that long anyway why is he suddenly completely changing his entire stance. The only sky people I hope survive right now are Raven, Monty, Octavia, Abby and Kane. Maybe Bellamy if he starts acting heroic again. Jasper is a lost cause honestly. The rest of them can be killed off. 

      In the trailer, right before the shot of jasper attacking the guy on the piano, Linocln is seen fighting tons of Ark Guards, maybe Pike sees him as a threat..... 

        Loading editor
    • In the Season 3 trailer, when they lock Kane up, you can also see Lincoln (and Sinclair) already locked up so that's probably what happens to him after fighting those guards. My guess is he gets fridged around episode 10-13 (Ricky Whittle disappeared from filming around Thanksgiving time and threw a party for the crew).

        Loading editor
    • What scares me about this episode is that all the writers were raving about it and just going on and on about how awesome it was going to be but literally the only part I enjoyed was the Roan/Lexa fight scene and everything else was paced so poorly (and don't get me started on what the hell they are doing with Bellamy or I'll never stop talking) and overall just pissed me off. If they think this was a kickass episode, I hate to see the rest of the season.

        Loading editor
    • Pike and the rest of Farm station seem very mercenary for a bunch farmers that have been on the surface for what, 5-6 months?  And how do they expect to beat the sheer numbers of the grounders?  They have gone from ~63 to ~25 in an episode.  Even if they get the rest of Arkadia to join in, they are still vastly outnumbered and their technology isn't gonna be the difference, especially once they run out of bullets.

      Mysteries of Life (talk) 21:47, February 15, 2016 (UTC)

        Loading editor
    • I was very disappointed by the fight scene in this episode - all I can think is that there was some plotting off screen with regards to how the fight would ultimately pan out, i.e. that Lexa would *beat* Roan and the Ice Queen would feel the sharp end of a spear thus crowning Roan King and restoring Lexa's *strength* in the eyes of the grounder nations. I just do not believe for one hot second that Lexa could convincingly beat Roan in combat. Not because she's a girl, but because we had seen him in action and during this fight he just looked like he was going through the motions, hardly any effort whatsoever from what I could see. I don't know maybe Bruce Lee set the bar too high for me!!!

        Loading editor
    • Archangel Fire wrote:
      I was very disappointed by the fight scene in this episode - all I can think is that there was some plotting off screen with regards to how the fight would ultimately pan out

      I do think it's plausible that Lexa might have beaten Roan. She's been training to be the Commander since she was younger than Aden so is most likely more skilled and experienced than Roan.

      I agree with you, however, that it feels like there is a missing conversation somewhere between Clarke and Lexa and/or Lexa and Roan.

        Loading editor
    • thank god, i thought that i was the only one who suspected something was going on.

      not knowin what yet, i do believe that there is a plot yet to be known, see:

      1)clexa knife scene, after lexa wanted to leave, clarke stopped her and said she had a better plan, but in the next scene, with abby and kane, she only talks about lexas plan, so there is that...

      2) in the end of ep3, titus says to lexa that he hopes she knows what she is doing.

      3) roan basicly defeated lexa, and then let her beat him,  remember when she was down and he could have killed her, and in the end he told her to get it over with.

      4) and of course, THE MOST IMPORTANT ONE, and i do mean that some unseen, offscreen plot is the only way to explain this one, clarke bowing to lexa.

      JR told the fans that he is a fan of GoT, so with that in mind, i believe that there will be some big secret discovered...

      any thoughts?

        Loading editor
    • Thewritersdiary wrote:
      What scares me about this episode is that all the writers were raving about it and just going on and on about how awesome it was going to be but literally the only part I enjoyed was the Roan/Lexa fight scene and everything else was paced so poorly (and don't get me started on what the hell they are doing with Bellamy or I'll never stop talking) and overall just pissed me off. If they think this was a kickass episode, I hate to see the rest of the season.


      The bigger the hype, the bigger the disappointment.

        Loading editor
    • Mysteries of Life wrote:
      Pike and the rest of Farm station seem very mercenary for a bunch farmers that have been on the surface for what, 5-6 months?  And how do they expect to beat the sheer numbers of the grounders?  They have gone from ~63 to ~25 in an episode.  Even if they get the rest of Arkadia to join in, they are still vastly outnumbered and their technology isn't gonna be the difference, especially once they run out of bullets.

      Mysteries of Life (talk) 21:47, February 15, 2016 (UTC)

      Mercenary? You do realize mercenaries fight for pay, rather than any sense of believing in "the cause", don't you? The loyalty of a mercenary is only to the paycheck.

        Loading editor
    • A FANDOM user
        Loading editor
Give Kudos to this message
You've given this message Kudos!
See who gave Kudos to this message