How often do we see Oliver Queen overwhelmed? Not very often. But when you're doing good for your city and your biggest enemy chooses then to attack, all bets are off.
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Mayoral Candidate Oliver Queen has to field questions from the press about what's next. He promised to fight in the light. Is this how it will always be?
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Oliver is on the move, ready to act to protect his people. This is his project. He threw down the gauntlet, wanting to fight in the open. This is the response.
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Laurel always thinks of the children, this time taking one with her and protecting her during what appears to be a HIVE attack, or an attack of the "ghosts" controlled by Damien Darhk.
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The city is under attack again! One minute it was story telling time and the next everyone was running for cover. Oliver is going to be very angry.
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Laurel and Felicity are sharing stories with the children of Star City. Maybe they're talking about the history of the city.
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Oliver is watching over the festivities, apparently to clean up Starling Bay, as promised. No doubt he will be poking at the hornet's nest called Damien Darhk!
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Damien Darhk strikes terror into the hearts and minds of Oliver's friends at his mayoral holiday party. What happens?!
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The superheroes are utilizing the gadget that Felicity, Thea, Diggle and Laurel consulted with Team Flash on to create. It's a weapon powerful enough to destroy Vandal Savage. So what goes wrong?
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Either Oliver is resting on his laurels or he's been knocked onto his arse. What's your guess on which of those has happened here? This should be a lot of fun to watch!
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This is when the plan goes badly? He's walking away. That's never a good sign during a well executed plan.
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The Hawk People are marching their way to Vandal Savage. What do you think will happen once they meet? What will Savage do that will make things go terribly? His name indicates you probably shouldn't bargain with him.
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Arrow Quotes

Every warrior must learn the simple truth -- that pain is inevitable and suffering is optional.

Malcolm

Laurel: Helena, you don't have to do this.
Helena: Yes, I do. Because once you let the darkness inside, it never comes out.