10 most used phrases in The 100 and what they mean

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10. “All of me, for all of us.”

The final saying originating from WonKru is a lot less vicious than the previous two. However it is mentioned just as frequently and contrastingly has a very deep, emotional meaning to it.

During the dark year in the bunker, whereby protein had become infected and people had no choice but to eat the human flesh of their deceased to prevent total extinction, Octavia tries everything in her power to make it easier.

Due to the fighting pits, there was never a lack of meat supply and Octavia uses this knowledge to encourage harmony further by implying those that died fighting in the pits gave their lives so that the rest of WonKru could live.

This tried to make the situation the best it could possibly be and it generated more love towards WonKru. Even after the dark year had ended, members of WonKru still repeated these same words before sharing rations and eating together, showing how embedded the image is in the community.

Even though it can seem ruthless on the surface, the saying implies the WonKru are highly appreciative of food, feel privileged to be alive and honor those that are no longer with them.

There is a real sense of community here, more so than the previous mottos, as it symbolizes WonKru as being one organism rather than one group, which dampens disagreements and makes the clan stronger and more willing to fight for each other. Overall, this makes for an incredibly unbreakable army.

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