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For the eponymous vessel associated with Noah, see Noah's Ark.

"So nuclear annihilation is Darhk's flood. What's he planning on building as his Ark?"
Felicity Smoak[src]

Tevat Noah, also known as "the Ark",[1] was an underground H.I.V.E. facility that would protect the people chosen by H.I.V.E. from the global nuclear devastation spearheaded by Damien Darhk.


Thea Queen reveals the boundaries of Tevat Noah.

The main structure of the facility looks like an idyllic suburban neighborhood, covered with a dome of energy the invisible "walls" of which resembled the hexagonal pattern of a beehive honeycomb. From the first glance, the "horizon" of the facility appeared to go further than its actual walls, actually being an enormous picture upon which the energy field was located.

The suburban district was provided with a looped audio of different sounds of nature, consisting of three bird chirps, a dog bark, and four bird chirps, which periodically repeats twice.[2]

Being underground, Tevat Noah required a constant and reliable supply of breathable air. The facility's life support systems would provide carbon dioxide, and were also designed with the "beehive" hexagonal pattern in mind.[1]

As part of the project to provide Tevat Noah with breathable air, H.I.V.E. grew immense fields of corn underground, which were observed by Damien Darhk and other H.I.V.E. representatives.[3]

The structural parts of Tevat Noah's energy support systems that powered the facility were made of dwarf star alloy, providing efficiency to the design, but also rendering it highly combustible, so a stray shot inside a power control room could blow the whole place.[4]


Damien Darhk observes the underground fields of corn that would provide Tevat Noah with breathable air.

After becoming mayor of Star City on April 6, 2016, Ruvé Adams used her position to allow Tevat Noah to be built. For example, in late April, she claimed that the city was undertaking a massive upgrade of its sewer system.[5]

Thea Queen and her boyfriend Alex Davis were among the first "citizens" of Tevat Noah, moving to there as their place of "vacation", with Alex being under the effect of suggestion pills. Thea soon realized that something was wrong with the idyllic neighborhood and tried to escape it, only to be stopped by the energy field and dragged back by the Ghosts.[2]

It turned out that Thea was placed there thanks to the insistence of Malcolm Merlyn, who became a member of H.I.V.E. to ensure the safety of his daughter in case of their victory and the ensuing global devastation in Genesis.[1]

Other residents of Tevat Noah were also somehow connected to members of the terrorist organization; for example, Alex was placed there as one of Ruvé Adams' employees, provided with a dose of suggestion pills as "vitamins" to make sure that he was on board with H.I.V.E.'s plans.[2]

Lonnie Machin tried to sabotage the facility's life support systems as a part of his scheme to get revenge on Damien Darhk, but was unsuccessful. Meeting with Thea, Machin appeared to listen to her arguments, only to get shot by Malcolm Merlyn. Machin then killed Alex, "freeing" Thea from his "influence".[1]

However, this single failure didn't stop Machin from trying to destroy the facility. After escaping the watch of Thea and Malcolm, the vengeful criminal hunted down Ruvé and her daughter, Nora Darhk, kidnapping and imprisoning in the power supply room. Machin warned Damien that he would kill one of them in 20 minutes, then blow the whole of Tevat Noah up in 21 minutes if the H.I.V.E. leader wouldn't come out to face him. Machin was then confronted by Team Arrow and during the fight, a stray arrow shot by Thea ignited the dwarf star alloy power source. This led to a massive earthquake, which completely destroyed Tevat Noah and the Glades above it. Machin, Team Arrow, and Nora escaped, while Malcolm led the evacuation of Tevat Noah residents and personnel out of the facility. However, Ruvé was killed in the destruction.[4]



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  • The crates at H.I.V.E.'s base noticed by Oliver Queen were labelled "G6:5". This may be a reference H.I.V.E. left to the eponymical Book of Genesis of the Bible, as the passage Genesis 6:5 reads: "And God saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every imagination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually". The verse explains God's reasoning for the destruction of humanity with the flood, except for Noah's family, safe on the Ark; just like H.I.V.E.'s "flood" was a global nuclear annihilation, that would only leave their chosen people alive in the Ark.

Behind the scenes

  • "Tevat Noah" is the Hebrew name for the vessel known as Noah's Ark in the Genesis flood narrative of the Bible (Genesis chapters 6–9) by which God spares Noah, his family, and a remnant of all the world's animals from the flood that devastated the rest of the world. It mirrors H.I.V.E.'s "Genesis Project", in which only those chosen by the organization would survive the world's devastation, hidden in its own "Ark" until the time to repopulate the Earth would come.
  • In the DC comics, the Hive HQ resembled Arrow's Tevat Noah, being a facility located in idyllic nature conditions and covered with an energy field dome bearing the hexagonal pattern of a beehive.