Rothenberg instructed solar about his “evil plan to stand up there once more” when requested if any of the present stars of The 100 would possibly present up within the spinoff. In any case, this last season did introduce time journey—or, not less than, interplanetary journey with time dilation—through the Anomaly Stone.
“Effectively, the one method that I can conceive of that taking place is, and of course I'd by no means say by no means, however I do have intentions of attending to house,” says Rothenberg. “And what’s occurring in house, of course, concurrent with the timeline of the prequel, is the Ark has simply come collectively. Unity Day is what occurred in house after they blew Becca’s house station out of the sky, main Becca to go to Earth, the place she lands within the prequel. In order that’s occurring on the similar actual time.”
So, no Avengers: Endgame-style touring again in time, which sounds prefer it’s for the most effective. However depicting the early days of the Ark, and the way the 12 Nations discovered to work cooperatively towards survival, would make a superb parallel to Callie and her fledgling Trikru reclaiming what stays on Earth. Seeing as The 100’s pilot picks up 97 years after the nuclear apocalypse, that’s a number of generations of households to discover: the Griffins, the Wellses, the Blakes, the Murphys, the Reyeses, and so forth.
“[A]nd we'd then clearly meet the ancestors of Clarke, and Raven, and Bellamy, and Murphy,” Rothenberg mentioned. “And a few of our actors have pitched to me that their great-great-grandparents look precisely like them, and so that might occur. However, except we do some sort of flash-forward story, that may be the one method.”
Our information of most of the Ark’s households doesn’t stretch a lot additional again than the dad and mom’ era, who The 100 wiki describes because the third era of Arkers—a transitional era, whose grandparents would have been among the many final Earthlings to set foot on the Ark. One of the few outstanding second-generation Arkers is Marcus Kane’s mom Vera Kane, who was in her fifties or sixties at first of the sequence. Although she would nonetheless be too younger to be in The 100 prequel, her religion would possibly present up within the sequence: Rothenberg has defined through Twitter that the Arkers’ faith shifts to grow to be very Earth-centric, with the notion of making it to the bottom tantamount to their ancestors’ perception in going to heaven. Whereas Vera Kane runs the church, with its Eden Tree, that causes battle in season 1, the shift in religion might be a plotline within the spinoff sequence.