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I'm writing a continuation of Lost, called "LOST: POSTE FINALE" I'll give a brief synopsis here. I'm looking for writers to assist me on it, so I'll give my discord tag in the comments below if you want to help.
Directly after LOST ends, the story is continued in this thrilling fan fiction. Ben discovers an ancient, obscure artifact that can be used to bring back the dead. He uses it to bring back Alex, as well as the people who have fallen from the crashed Oceanic flight, but accidentally brings back an old adversary along with them. In order for the ones who want to get off the island to escape, they must form an alliance in order to execute the plan. Meanwhile, Kate with Sawyer and the others that successfully escaped the island will somehow have to come clean, and admit that they weren't alone, for Claire to be united with Aaron. Look forward to LOST: POSTE FINALE to see your favorite character's new endeavors.
So im on Season 5 of the rewatch and this stuck out like a sore thumb. Se5 e11, What Happened, Happened. Miles is talking with Hurley about time travel. The only time it was described, was by Daniel as 'A skipping record'.
Ben turned the wheel and left the island, John didnt know how he did it, because he was none the wiser when he went down, MIB as Christian told him what to do. Then John left the island. The fact there was a wheel was not discovered until Daniel returns to the island to the Swan site (where they dig a tunnel that must join The Orchid).
So at no time has anyone with the information about how the island was moved returned there (albeit in 1977) to tell Miles how the Island was moved.
tbh Im a bit gutted that now I'm watching it without looking for answers to all the mysteries, Im finding a few plot holes.
Though if anyone can point out if I missed anything, then please do tell.
So...i don't understand why the SENSIBLE brother, MIB, the one who questions everything, turns out to be the LITERAL evil incarnate while Jacob, the pansy ass tard who just accepts everything his mother says, turns out to be "the light, "the good," "the moral," and all that shit. am i the only one who noticed that? what's that about? are the writers trying to imply something?
And that entire story makes no sense. if you try to keep me prisoner in a damn island, i'd pretty much do everything i can to escape too. how is that evil? i mean, does MIB SEEM like a bad person to you? not at all. and isn't he the one initially who was supposed to take over the island instead of Jacob? ???