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Prepare for blood, The 100 fans. Blood, gore and death.

In fact, that's the only think you can count on happening during part two of the season two finale. You won't be able to predict anything else that goes down during the epic and action-packed conclusion to "Blood Must Have Blood," and that's just the way we like the CW's post-apocalyptic hit show! Jus drein jus daun, right?!

Before we got to screen the finale episode early, E!'s TV Scoop team's The 100 superfans Sydney Bucksbaum and Tierney Bricker ranked the top 10 characters who are most likely going to die before season three began. Check out our picks below, and read on to see what executive producer Jason Rothenberg thought of our rankings!

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Sydney's picks:

10. Lincoln: He chose the Sky People over his own. With no more allies among the Grounders, he's not in a very good place. Plus, after everything Cage did to him to turn him into a Reaper, he's going to do anything he can to get revenge on the current President. That's a very risky move, and one that he might not make out alive.

9. Jasper: After all the Mountain Men he's killed in his attempt to keep the 44 safe, you can bet they're going to want revenge on the 44's leader. Plus, Jasper got a last-minute reprieve in the pilot (he was actually supposed to die by spear), so he's been on borrowed time pretty much since day one.

8. Wick: Wick and Raven have been captured by the Mountain Men, and since I refuse to believe The 100 will kill off Raven, his odds are not looking good. At least one of the good guys trapped in Mount Weather is going to die. This is pretty much a fact by this point.

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7. Monty: Sure, he kept himself alive by hiding from the Mountain Men, but he also took the coward's way out and let his friends get captured. That's not going to sit well with him, so he's probably going to attempt something risky to make up for it.

6. Dante Wallace: The ex-President of Mount Weather may have helped the 44 previously after his son kicked him out of office, but he also just helped Cage screw over the Sky People by forging a new alliance with the Grounders. You can bet Clarke is not going to let that slide.

5. Kane: Cage is going to send out a hunting party to Camp Jaha to bring in more bone marrow specimens, and since Kane is constantly trying to prove himself and get redemption for his past actions, it's almost a given that he's going to try and sacrifice himself to save someone else from the drill.

4. Maya: One of the lone Mountain Men to turn against her own people and is still breathing, this girl can't survive outside Mount Weather without getting a bone marrow treatment, but since she's in love with Jasper and friends with the 44, there's no possible way for her to get it.

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3. Cage: Nothing is going to stop Clarke from doing whatever she can to save her people inside Mount Weather and taking down the man responsible for killing her friends. Plus, Lincoln's itching for revenge...I do not envy you, sir.

2. Abby: Since she recently forgave Clarke for all she's done on the ground, that means her death would affect Clarke the most at this point. And The 100 has proven time and time again, when someone finds happiness with a loved one, that means major heartbreak is just around the corner.

1. Lexa: After her betrayal (or at least, that's how Clarke sees it), there's no way Lexa will survive the hour. Before part one of the finale, Lexa wouldn't have even made this list, but thanks to the brilliant and totally understandable yet shocking twist of Lexa turning on the Sky People to save her own, the fans are so mad at her for screwing over Clarke that Lexa's death wouldn't be as unforgiveable as it used to be. It's actually the perfect timing for it, because given some time, Clarke would come to understand why Lexa made the choice she did, and Clarke would be able to grieve and mourn the love she never had a chance to act on.

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Tierney's picks:

10. Wick: I feel like there's still a lot of story left to tell with Wick, me thinks, but if it's between him and my queen Raven, then sorry bro! 

9. Lincoln: What better way to send Octavia into next season than with a hardened heart and hellbent on revenge? But still: Nooooo!

8.  Jasper: This season has set Jasper up as one of the Sky People's new leaders, so I could see him sacrificing himself for his friends or Maya. If only to make up for killing JT Yorke on Degrassi. (#NeverForget)

7. Lexa: DO NOT WANT HER TO DIE. But I get it from a story perspective. Blood must have blood. And a betrayal best have some consequences. Snitches get stitches and all that.

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7. Indra: Could her decision to blindly follow Lexa's orders come back to bite her in the ass?

6. Murphy: Jaha's mission has kind of felt like comic relief this season, which makes me think the show might be lulling us into a false sense of security. Sometimes a pilgrimage is a death sentence, you know? 

5. Maya: From the moment she's been introduced, she's felt like she was introduced for the sole purpose of dying in the name of another character's development. So maybe too obvious?

4.  Kane: Stands a better chance than Abby of surviving, simply because the impact would be a bit less given the mother-daughter dynamic we've seen all season. And I am still convinced he's related to Bellamy (may he live forever!). 

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3. Cage: So delicious, so evil, so gonna die. (But we'll always have the memory of him throwing his papers at his friend in a fit of rage. The Cage Rage is real!)

2. Abby: Clarke has already lost so much, but she still has her mommy, the human version of a security blanket if there ever were one. Who knows what would happen if Clarke lost Abby, who sometimes seems to hold the last shreds of Clarke's humanity.

1. Monty: Someone at Mount Weather HAS to go, right? The stakes are just too high. And Monty would be a devastating but not decapitating blow. (And it must always be said: Long Live Miller!)

So what did The 100 showrunner think of our rankings?

"Well, [at least] one of those people is dead by the end of the episode," Rothenberg says. "So you aren't entirely wrong! But it's a good drinking game, to say, 'How many people are going to die by the end of this episode? Who's it going to be?' But not a shot each time a character dies! You can't do that for The 100."

Or else you'd have to add your own name to our list!

The 100 season two finale airs tonight at 9 p.m. on the CW.