Want to find a good awareness of The 100 season 7 episode, at least in relation to what we know at the moment? Let us start with the name: “Nakara.” This is going to be a hint at some tales that could be coming up… especially when it comes to travel by Clarke to another world.
Like cross-planet travel is going to be fundamental to the heart of the narrative, through much of season 7, it seems. We’ve got a lot of worlds, improvements, and puzzles. It is all the sort of stuff that makes you wonder as to whether or not we are going to be seeing these tales converge. We know that this can be a very long season and that will lend itself to a certain level of flexibility… but still, we do hope we could observe some matters connected before too long.
The principal story of season 7 episode 3, “False Gods”, has been a problem in the nuclear reactor that forces Sanctum, bringing back a story the show has done many times of atomic power and radiation causing as many problems as it solves. Raven directs a group to fix the reactor from melting down, bringing in a number of the Eligius IV offenders when trying to recruit fails, and keep it.
As usual, the main thrust of the narrative is that things go from bad to worse. As their Nightblood should help them endure levels of radiation, Emori, and murphy assist from the locations. Raven chooses to conceal it in the Eligius team, likely killing them from radiation exposure in the procedure After the radiation turns out to be too much for them to handle.
This story doesn’t work in the episode since it is nothing that The 100 hasn’t done many times before. Someone has to be convinced to take a large danger to save themselves the only new thing is the fact that it is the prisoners instead of Grounders or individuals from Ark. It is Raven this time rather than somebody else such as Clarke, although someone has and lies people hurt or killed to save the day. It’s not even explored how characters that are different in these functions affect the narrative which Eligius wants a location in the new chemical when it is built.
The nuclear story in”False Gods” especially feels like filler since it comes out of nowhere. You will find story threads that are ongoing which, even if handled like this, would have felt like things moved forward. There’s no mention after that was the entire story last episode of what’s happening on the other side of this Anomaly. Sheidheda has obtained over Russell’s body along with the peace in Sanctum is becoming more brittle by the afternoon, but that is relegated to a subplot despite the name”False Gods” indicating it is the most important narrative. Rather, there’s a new battle invented for the episode that feels no different than people already gone over several times.
Ultimately, The 100 largely wasted”False Gods”. It devised conflicts that were done on the series many times before, without having anything to say moving the narrative along. After the show is close to finishing, another filler episode about a nuclear accident is not worth the time The 100 spent it.