Lexa was a recurring character in the second and third seasons. As the Commander of the 12 Clans, Lexa was the reason the twelve clans united to fight against Mount Weather and without her, the Coalition would fail. After the massacre in Tondc , Lexa released Jaha and demanded the rest of the Sky People flee or die. When Clarke Griffin offered a way to save both of their people from Mount Weather, Lexa reconsidered and only demanded Finn Collins ' death instead in compensation for the massacre. Lexa and Clarke soon started working hard together to form an alliance and free their people from Mount Weather. They came up with a plan to take down Mount Weather's defenses and invade the Mountain. Carl Emerson approached Lexa and offered a deal from Cage Wallace to free all of Lexa's people if she left and they never encroached upon the Mountain again. Lexa took the deal, saving her people but leaving behind Clarke and the rest of the Sky People. At the beginning of the Season Three , Lexa had Clarke brought to her.
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Lexa is a fictional character from the American post-apocalyptic science fiction television series The , produced by The CW. The recurring television character portrayed by Alycia Debnam-Carey does not appear in the books on which the series is based. She considers love a weakness, a view significantly impacted by the death of her girlfriend, Costia. Though she starts to show romantic feelings for Clarke Griffin leader of the Sky People and takes Clarke's views into consideration, Lexa puts her people first, even at the expense of losing Clarke's trust. Lexa has been well received by critics and fans, who consider her to be one of the show's more interesting and complex characters. She has been a source of frequent debate, particularly for how she was written out of the series. Her relationship with Clarke, which was viewed as compelling, significantly impacted the LGBT community and many viewers embraced it as a positive or tempestuous depiction of friendship, love and betrayal.
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