Now with Clarke in her possession, Lexa has the power to force Skikru to become one with the grounders. Kane and Abby journey to the Polis Summit, while the Ice Nation prepares to draw ... See full summary »

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Now with Clarke in her possession, Lexa has the power to force Skikru to become one with the grounders. Kane and Abby journey to the Polis Summit, while the Ice Nation prepares to draw first blood against Skikru and the other grounder clans. Written by Chapelthrill203

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The title of this episode is a reference to Dante's Inferno. According to the novel, the words "abandon all hope, ye who enter here" are inscribed on the Gates of Hell. See more »

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Incredible episode!
8 March 2016 | by See all my reviews

This episode captured Lexa and Clarke's feelings towards each other in a very emotional and captive way. I love how Lexa is starting to loosen up herself and bowed to Clarke and swore fealty to her. I also loved how Clarke expressed her frustrations and hatred towards Lexa to the point that she wants to kill her but deep inside she knows that she doesn't want to. I think that the knife scene fully captures Clarke's feelings for Lexa. Clarke was furious, hurt and hopeless. Lexa's betrayal hurt her more than it would have if she had not caught feelings for the Heda.

Gina's death was painful to watch, and Raven suffering was just a punch in the gut for me. I loved the interactions with Bellamy and Octavia, and with Raven and Gina. Echo's turn out was a huge twist this episode, clearly Bellamy trusted her and she broke his trust. It's going to be hard for him and his relationship with the grounders seeing as he have been betrayed by one.

Beautiful episode 10/10.


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