Congratulations to Room 23 for becoming our 1st Semi-Finalist.
Who will be joining it from todays battle between The Four-Toed Statue and The Main Beach Camp. You can see their previous conquests below.
The Four-Toed Statue: The Line, The Nigerian Airstrip, The Pearl Station
The Main Beach Camp: The Nigerian Village, The Fuselage Crash Site, Henry Gale's Balloon/Grave
This four toed statue was first spotted from a sailboat by Sayid, Sun and Jin, as they were sailing to what they thought was the Others’ island camp. Little is known about the statue itself, but what is known is that it pre-dates the arrival of the Dharma Initiative in the late 1970’s. To sum this location up nicely, and to quote Sayid: “I don’t know what I find more disquieting; the fact that the rest of the statue is missing, or that it has four toes”
The main beach camp was the island home to the survivors of the middle section of Oceanic flight 815. Sawyer has been known to refer to it as “Islandtown”. At first the camp was set up close to the plane wreckage, with our Losties seeking shelter beneath broken parts of the fuselage, and with some even sleeping on the open sand. Around day 22 the tide changed and started sweeping away the wreckage. Our Losties were thereafter forced to move up the beach to an area bordering the jungle foliage. There our Losties began to erect permanent shelters and huts. They were able to create a more confortable living space there. More recently the beach camp was set with explosives and blown to pieces in order to contest the attacking threat of the ‘Others’.