DarkUFO - Lost

Update - Round 2 is now over, with Round 3 set to begin on Sunday. Congratulations to yesterday's winners, and to all of the props proceeding on to Round 3. The match-ups are about to get painfully difficult.

Props going through: Frozen Donkey Wheel, Virgin Mary Statues, Swan Station Countdown Timer, Fuselage Wreckage, Daniel's Journal, Charlie's FATE, the Photo of Desmond & Penny, the Mural of Smokey & Anubis, the Driveshaft Ring, the "Jughead" Bomb, Sawyer's Letter, Eko's Stick, Four Toed Statue, Swan Station Computer Terminal, the Hatch Door, Charlie's Guitar, Locke's Wheelchair, Jacob's Tapestry, the Mysterious Cabin, Swan Station Orientation Film, the Black Rock, the Black & White Stones, Radzinsky's Blast Door Map, and Locke's Compass.


Congratulations go to Jacob's Tapestry, Locke's Wheelchair, the Mysterious Cabin, and the Swan Station Orientation Film. Today marks the final day of round 2.

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Match 11: The Black Rock was a trading ship supposedly heading for Thailand, from Portsmouth in England. It became shipwrecked on the mysterious island, and somehow ended up considerably far inland, surrounded by forest. The ship provided our Losties with dynamite, and it was also the setting for the long awaited Sawyer/Sawyer confrontation. The Dharma Submarine, known as the Galaga, was used as a means for Dharma personnel to travel between the island and the real world. It was later used by "the Others" to fit the same purpose. The submarine was supposedly destroyed by Locke. Danielle's maps of the island contain detailed information about the island. She created the maps during her time stranded on the island. Sayid later acquired the maps (stole them) and Shannon was able to translate some of the text on the maps. The Black & White Stones were discovered within the island caves. The stones were found in the possession of two corpses, referred to as Adam and Eve. Black & White is a common theme throughout Lost.

Match 12: The Swan Station Wall Mural is a large painting illustrating a number of various different objects, colours and numbers. Most notably, it depicts the number 108, a large eye, and what appears to be a struggle between two people. Jacob's Fire Pit is located within the secret confines of Jacob's statue home. It sits at the centre of his dwelling. During the confrontation between Jacob, Flocke and Ben, Jacob's lifeless body was kicked into the fiery pit. Radzinsky's Blast Door Map contains detailed information about the Dharma Initiative stations. After Radzinsky "blew his brains out", hatch partner Kelvin took over the duty of completing the map. The map appeared to Locke during a frantic scene involving a complete lockdown of the Swan Station. Locke memorized the map and used the information to his advantage. Locke's Compass is a paradox that appears to defy the laws of time. It was passed from Richard to Locke, then back to Richard, and then back to Locke again - all during the time jumps. What this seems to imply is that the compass never had a beginning, as least not within the time line we have witnessed.

Which props will you vote for today?

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