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'The 100' season 2 spoilers: Lindsey Morgan discusses Raven's fate

When season 1 of "The 100" ended, it wasn't looking good for Raven, but there is the possibility of medical attention at Mount Weather, right? At San Diego Comic-Con, we turned to Lindsey Morgan to try to get the scoop on what's next in season 2, and on Tuesday, Aug. 5, we uploaded the video interview with the actress from the press room roundtable.

Lindsey Morgan in the press room for 'The 100' at SDCC 2014
Meredith Jacobs

Check out the video interview above or here. Plus, keep reading for the highlights from Morgan about Raven, ramifications and more.

"Last season, Raven was always supposed to die," Morgan shared, and while she agreed that Raven was at death's door at the end of season 2, she pointed out that there are a couple of clues that her character will be okay: "Just the fact that I'm sitting here" and the fact that she is a series regular for season 2. That said, "no one's safe," she stressed, even the series regulars. And even with medical attention, one thing this show does is show the ramifications of injuries later on. "The cool thing…is that it's not just like I'm dying one episode and the next episode, chipper, perfect," the actress said, specifically referencing Octavia's leg and Jasper's PTSD.

So what will we see when season 2 begins? Morgan revealed that it picks up pretty much right where season 1 left off, a day or two later at the most. As for Raven, she'll be interacting with "the last person you thin it would be," but she wouldn't give any other clues about that. She did say that season 2 "evolved from season 1," explaining, "It goes to so much more complexity as far as character dynamics and a lot of character work for everyone individually. You're going to see a new side of everyone that you didn't see in season 1." She also stressed that "everything has ramifications" after talking about Octavia's butterfly scene.

Check out the video for more from Lindsey Morgan. "The 100" season2 premieres Wednesday, Oct. 22, at 9 p.m. on the CW.