Set 97 years after a nuclear war has destroyed civilization, a spaceship housing humanity's lone survivors sends 100 juvenile delinquents back to Earth in hopes of possibly re-populating the planet.
Bellamy Blake is one of the Delinquents sent to Earth to see if it's inhabitable. He is the older brother of Octavia Blake.
He is tough and a strong guy. Bellamy takes leadership over of the Delinquents as soon as they reach Earth. He has been overprotective of his little sister since childhood and wants the best for her. He's rather secretive when it comes to how he got on the drop ship.
Bellamy speaks his mind and is very aggressive towards others. Besides his arrogant side he has a soft side as well but because of his fears he can't show them. It is also made known that he is fears of certain death, due to his crimes, if The Ark rescues the delinquents.
He has thick dark brown hair and brown eyes. Bellamy has freckled, olive skin, and appears to be in his late teens or early twenties. He has a lean, muscular build and appears to be physically strong.
Aurora is Bellamy's and Octavia's deceased mother.
In the Pilot, Bellamy goes down to Earth with Octavia to protect her. In Earth Skills, he tells her to remain at camp as they search for Jasper and orders that nobody touch her. Atom did and Bellamy punished him by hanging him on a tree. Octavia scolded Bellamy for this. In Earth Kills, Bellamy lets her stay at camp and when Murphy calls her psychotic, he gets angry at him. In Murphy's Law, Bellamy is confronted by Clarke, Finn and Raven due to his poor decisions, Clarke yells at Bellamy and says he only does what he does for his sister. In His Sister's Keeper, Bellamy forms a search party to look for Octavia after she is declared missing and when he finds her, embraces her. However, she yells at him for being controlling.
Bellamy already bears resentment towards Wells' father before the Pilot, so he and Wells quickly become enemies.
Bellamy and Clarke tend to clash often; both of them have different ideas on how the Delinquents should be led. However, it seems that the two are developing a mutual respect for each other, even as they continue to be at odds with one another. Clarke is usually pretty good at talking to Bellamy and can sometimes bring out a better side of him. She seems to be the only person who he actually respects and listens to.
Atom and Bellamy have a relationship that is similar to a soldier and general, with Atom taking commands and obeying Bellamy. It eventually becomes strained when he is caught kissing Octavia. This causes Bellamy to distrust him and punish him for the incident. When he discovers that Atom is dying, he is shown to be visibly upset, suggesting that he still did care for him. He is unable to kill his friend, and Clarke has to eventually euthanize Atom in order to end his pain.
In spite of Murphy's abrasive personality, Bellamy befriended him soon after they arrived at Earth. Although Murphy seemed keen on doing as he pleased, he held a certain respect towards Bellamy and briefly took a right-hand-man kind of stance around him. However, their relationship soured when Murphy was falsely accused of killing Wells; the fall out eventually resulted in Charlotte's death and Murphy's banishment from the group.
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