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  • Kilgharrah
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    This show has always been about blood and fighting and it's always so messy, so don't expect a peaceful season. If they become friends with those, then there has to be other enemies, maybe some other new group that will be introduced in season 5

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  • Annoyed
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    I'm sorta hoping they take a different track. So far, each time they meet a new group of people, shortly afterwards, they start fighting with them and the blood & guts start spilling again.

    I'm sick and tired of that from this show. If they bring a new group in and they can peacefully mix in with the current folks and work to confront the other challenges they face, that would be great. But based on past behavior, it will be just more fighting.

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  • Kilgharrah
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    A show like the 100 really cares about details, so don't worry, they will.

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  • garhkal
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    Let's hope this is something they go INTO in S5.

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  • Kilgharrah
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    Prisoners work on lots of things while in prison so why not add farming to the equation

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  • aretood2
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    Originally posted by garhkal View Post
    Thing is, since 99% or more, of prisons i know of, don't make their own food, they are supplied by the outside world, HOW would a moon-base or asteroid belt prison have survived all this time??
    That is a good question....

    Originally posted by Kilgharrah View Post
    They could've done it out of necessity just like they did on the Ark. Maybe they planted their own food. Desperate times call for desperate measures.
    The Ark stations were meant to be self sustaining, like colonies, to a point. It is possible that it would be cheaper to have some level of self sustainability in the prison as well (Saves money on having to include food in their supply transports).

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  • Kilgharrah
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    They could've done it out of necessity just like they did on the Ark. Maybe they planted their own food. Desperate times call for desperate measures.

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  • garhkal
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    Thing is, since 99% or more, of prisons i know of, don't make their own food, they are supplied by the outside world, HOW would a moon-base or asteroid belt prison have survived all this time??

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  • Kilgharrah
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    Just like we have the descendant of the Grounders who think the same way and have the same beliefs that increased on the cost of science.
    So the descendant of the prisoners would be even more ruthless.

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  • aretood2
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    Originally posted by Kilgharrah View Post
    I still believe these are bit prisoners. They could have been people who had to use the space prison as a place to spend the 200 of radiation because they had no other choice. So these could be both prisoners and non- prisoners who had to live together similar to what the grounders had to do to live in the bunker for 5 years
    People sent to that prison would have died of old age a long time ago...it'd be their descendants.

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  • garhkal
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    I agree. The fact we STILL never found out how many of those other parts of the arc survived the crash (we know a few didn't, but not all blew up), whether there were any other pockets of grounders around the world, or even their own versions of the 'mountain men'..

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  • Kilgharrah
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    I still believe these are bit prisoners. They could have been people who had to use the space prison as a place to spend the 200 of radiation because they had no other choice. So these could be both prisoners and non- prisoners who had to live together similar to what the grounders had to do to live in the bunker for 5 years

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  • aretood2
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    Then there's the issue of what kind of society Space Australia is. Obviously there were women in that prison...is it possible that they were prisoners or workers?
    Or was it a woman's prison with male employees? Or a coed prison? Or more than one prison?
    Is the ship a life boat because where it came from is no longer viable? Would they not detect the ring were Raven et al are? Or not care? Or did they detect it and board it? So many questions.

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  • garhkal
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    Originally posted by aretood2 View Post
    My money is on Space prison, or as I like to call it Space Australia.
    Which would beg a lot of questions though. How come they never contacted the ark? Why would prison stations be the only other space settlement? Is the ark also formed from a Lunar orbital station? Surely the moon would have also had some sort of operation going.


    Also, I think the damage done is a bit too extensive...we are talking no real recovering much less capable of sustaining 1200+ people. But now our protagonists may very well be the grounders...interesting...I sure hope it's not just a rinse and repeat sort of story arc.
    That's my concerns as well.. WHY would they have waited all this time, not done a damn thing to help those on the arc/ground during the lead up to primfire etc..

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  • aretood2
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    My money is on Space prison, or as I like to call it Space Australia.
    Which would beg a lot of questions though. How come they never contacted the ark? Why would prison stations be the only other space settlement? Is the ark also formed from a Lunar orbital station? Surely the moon would have also had some sort of operation going.


    Also, I think the damage done is a bit too extensive...we are talking no real recovering much less capable of sustaining 1200+ people. But now our protagonists may very well be the grounders...interesting...I sure hope it's not just a rinse and repeat sort of story arc.

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