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Just as Star City has been taken over by The Dragon, Arrow has been taken over by The Dragon, as this week’s episode follows the story of our villain, from his dark origins and dark present, with a peak at a dark future. While Team Arrow is disbanded, Team Dragon is stronger than ever, and we get some answers about their goals and intended endgame.
With Team Arrow’s remaining members down to the bare minimum, Oliver begins to question his own leadership as the Green Arrow. Compounding the problem, as Dragon begins to turn up the heat in his plan to take over the city, Oliver finds that it’s not just his role as mayor in jeopardy, but also everyone he loves.
Oliver and Team Arrow attempt to regain control of Star City, as Dragon’s corruption is revealed to be deeper and more sinister than they could have expected. Meanwhile, trouble brews within the team as the tension over who will retain the role of team leader builds to a full-on fight.
New villains and familiar antiheroes return to Star City, as Team Arrow prepares for Roy and Thea’s departure. The stakes rise as forces are out for Thea’s blood, and she begins to question what a happily-ever-after departure should be for the daughter of Merlyn.
Two teams collide not only in theory but in practice this week, as OTA and NTA prepare to battle whoever stands in their way: even each other. As Quentin is still trying to save Black Siren’s soul, and OTA is trying to save the city with the money Black Siren stole, NTA is set on a mission to avenge Vince’s death by killing his murderer. This brings all sides to a breaking point, as the only way to achieve their goals is to stop each other.
As Oliver continues his battle with Cayden James, and the old and new Team Arrow trios work closer together, strong opinions and leadership strategies on both sides clash over whether to trust Vigilante, leaving our heroes facing conflict from both outside and inside the Arrow cave.
Cayden James approaches Oliver Queen with an offer he can’t quite refuse in this week’s episode. While Team Arrow is still divided into two trios, the two sides make an agreement to share information, as the threats the teams are facing begin to hit a little closer to home. Help comes from unlikely sources, and secrets are kept by unlikely sources, as everyone must work together before Cayden’s ultimatum hits.
As we return to Star City for the midseason premiere, we find Team Arrow – as the title would suggest – divided. While OTA (Oliver, Diggle, and Felicity) continue the fight to protect the city against the team of villains Cayden James has brought together, the remaining trio (Curtis, Dinah, and Rene) have left. As Oliver partners with a familiar name to bring down Cayden, he remains confident that the remaining team can still complete the mission, but unexpected threats intervene.