Lost 4Ever Feedback

After reading chapters from my website, let me know what you think. Crash815 06:07, 31 January 2009 (UTC)

Hey, great job. I've always wanted to do that but I didn't have the time. I have some of thier stories in my head but nothing this extravegent! You did a really cool job. So how often are you going to come out with episodes? And what will happen if like you figure out that John Ludwig (the actor) is alive? Anyway I think you did a really great job keep up the work! -- LostCloverfield42  Talk  12:36, 4 February 2009 (UTC)
Yes! I got some feedback from someone who isn't my dad! lol. The list of characters on my user page is just for a visual. The exact background actor/actress that I put for one of my characters isn't necessarily who I watch for when I watch the episode, other than for the background actors who've been named (i.e. Craig, Richard, Jerome, etc.).
When I first got started, I posted an episode as soon as I finished it. Since I started writing about a year ago (In chapter 102 I mentioned the Tempest Station which was first seen in The Other Woman, so that gives a little idea for when I started writing it) I just kept writing to catch up to where the show was. Once season 5 drew closer, I decided to post only 1 chapter per week at most. I've got 4 chapters written right now (including the 2 that are posted), but if a few episodes in a row focus off-island, then I'm going to run out of story to tell for my guys. Plus, it gives me a chance to go back and change things if redshirts get killed on the show (like in Jughead). Then I can figure out how to work that in appropriately.
Have you caught up with all of my writing? All of seasons 1-4, the Lost Chronicles, and season 5 (thus far)? Wow! My dad is only just starting the Chronicles and he's been reading them for a while. lol. Though you might not be as busy as my dad. lol. Crash815 00:50, 5 February 2009 (UTC)

When did you made this story and why? And have you already an end twist?--Station7 10:39, October 4, 2009 (UTC)

Are there more people, who made LOST-stories? Could you do this just on internet, without a reason?--Station7 17:12, October 7, 2009 (UTC)

It's just a question, Crash815.--Station7 17:37, October 7, 2009 (UTC)

How did you put those stories on internet? On this page, on your user page. --Station7 17:41, October 7, 2009 (UTC)

How did you came with the idea for those surnames?--Station7 19:55, October 18, 2009 (UTC)

I ask you this before, but who do you put stories and characters on youre page.--Station7 19:22, November 4, 2009 (UTC)


Hallo, Crash815. I writing to. It's very cool isn't it. I writing for 1 year. It would be cool that you have youre own LOST-story.--Station7 13:04, October 16, 2009 (UTC)

Facsinating background characters

I've also got a fascination with the background characters, so I've enjoyed reading your stories. (I've read everything except the Lost Chronicles so far.) I have my own fictional blog that focuses on just one character that I've created (see my user page), which is supposed to be just another background character amongst the middle section survivors. Mine's not designed to have an entertaining story with any mysteries, it's just something I started writing when I was pondering what it might be like if I was actually one of the survivors who crashed on the island. I did find your stories interesting to read, though, and I thought it was kinda funny how your background characters were discovering all these Dharma stations long before any of the main characters ever did! I also liked the whole concept of Howard's camera capturing all the mysterious visions like Walt in the jungle, Kate's horse, Christian Shephard, etc. I also enjoyed following Ryder's story, seeing a tailie become an Other and watching events from his point of view. My character basically remains oblivious to all the strange island phenomena, so he never sees the smoke monster or visions of dead people, and he doesn't visit any Dharma stations besides the Swan. I figure I can't imagine myself discovering hatches on the island without telling anyone else, but I can easily picture myself blending into the background and remaining clueless about a lot of things, just because that's my personality.

A lot of the established background characters are wide open to interpretation, so there will undoubtedly be differences between how they are portrayed in your stories and my journal entries. For example, I saw that you had Tracy make that comment that people were misunderstanding her friendship with Steve based on just their tents being next to each other, whereas in my version, Tracy really does form a relationship with Steve, despite having a husband and kids in California.

Anyway, I just wanted to drop a note and say I've enjoyed your background character coverage and hope to see more!

Celebok 22:25, 9 February 2009 (UTC)

I was just looking at your character list and realized I mistakenly called Ryder a tailie. I forgot he was in the front section of the plane! Celebok 07:08, 10 February 2009 (UTC)


The enhanced episode tells us Charlie Hume was born two years before Desmond arrived in England to find Daniel's mother. Since this happens three years after the rescue (2008), Charlie must have been born in 2006. JamesyWamesy 03:12, 11 February 2009 (UTC)


That's pretty awesome. Good job with that! -- Sam McPherson  T  C  E  21:19, 15 February 2009 (UTC)

  • I agree though could you make all your edits on the story minor edits because your edits really fill up the recent changes. --Orhan94 12:02, 18 February 2009 (UTC)
    • Oops sorry about that. My computer gets really slow when I try to edit a full page, so I tend to edit in sections so that it's not so slow. I'll make less minor edits from now on. --Crash815 17:13, 18 February 2009 (UTC)
    • There isn't a problem with me making all those subpages to my user page is there? From what you said, it sounded like the only problem was that I was making too many small edits. Am I understanding correctly? --Crash815 17:45, 18 February 2009 (UTC)
      • The idea is to check "minor edit" before saving, so users who choose to hide minor edits from appearing in the recent changes don't see a big list of consecutive user page edits. Also, if you plan to be marking lots of minor edits for a while, you can temporarily set "mark all edits minor by default" in your preferences. -- Graft   talk   contributions  04:34, 15 April 2009 (UTC)

Character page formats

Hehe, at first I didn't even notice your comment at the beginning of all your character pages, but I started reading one and thought, "Hmm, this sounds a bit familiar..." No, I don't mind!  :-) --Celebok 01:43, 19 February 2009 (UTC)

  • lol. I didn't think you would. I was more worried about someone being upset that I made so many subpages to my user page. --Crash815 02:48, 19 February 2009 (UTC)


I was just wondering if you happend to know where a full copy of the diary that Janelle and Chris wrote in. I can only find a link to most of Janelle's, but I can't find any of Chris's. It there a website or anything that has a full copy? -- LostCloverfield42  Talk  17:03, 10 March 2009 (UTC)

Twenty-Six Years -- The Real Oceanic Six!

Dude! I don't normally re-read your stories, but for some reason, something made me go back and re-read "Twenty-Six Years". And it wasn't until my second time reading it that I noticed that the Flight 164 survivors basically lived the Oceanic Six cover story!! They crashed into the water, floated on cushions and debris for over a day, drifted onto the island, eight of them initially survived, one was a six-month pregnant woman who later gave birth on the island, Sean (Boone) died from internal injuries, Julia (Libby) got shot, Reuben (Charlie) died in the Looking Glass (though everyone thought he drowned), and a major event happened on Day 103 that changed their situation! I'm assuming all this was totally intentional!  :-) --Celebok 22:01, 13 March 2009 (UTC)

Richard theories

Richard getting eaten by a polar bear. That's just a random made-up theory and innapropriate. Heck, for all we know Ellie could have been eaten by a polar bear or Oliva was eaten by a polar bear. It's just nonsence. Plus, he was not apart of Locke's group and did not die at the barracks. Plus, there's no evidence the mercenary team captured and killed other people, they didn't really except, Alex, Danielle, Karl and those at the Barracks. That's why I removed those unrealistic theories.--Mistertrouble189 19:15, 22 March 2009 (UTC)

According Lostpedia:Theory policy, illogical theories shouldn't be posted, ie. the polar bear one. As for the mercenaries killing the rest of Locke's group, who else was in it? See Locke's group and you'll see Richard isn't in it and that all people are dead/accounted for besides the red-haired woman whos presumed dead. We never see Richard or confirmation that Richard went for them, so how could he be at Claire's house? The other theories are fine. Just those 3 theories are kinda illogical.--Mistertrouble189 00:00, 23 March 2009 (UTC)

Richard getting eaten by a polar bear?!?! Who the heck wrote a stupid theory like that?! Oh wait... that was me, wasn't it. Heh. Yeah, I was new to Lostpedia when I wrote that. I'm actually surprised it stayed up there as long as it did. But now that it's been removed, it gave me an excuse to add it to my Ridiculous Theories page!  :-) --Celebok 01:36, 28 March 2009 (UTC)

Home Sweet Home

Yes, I'm still reading your stories!  :-)

This isn't really a complaint or critique, but just a minor thought/observation I had while reading "Home Sweet Home" (5.10). I noticed that you're making a few assumptions about things that may or may not be proven false on the show at some point. For example, it seems that you're suggesting that the time period in which they steal the Via Domus and escape the Island is March 2006. Obviously this is almost two years before the Oceanic Six return on Ajira Flight 316. Yet on the show, during what I'm assuming is the same time flash, the main left-behinders find the canoe with the Ajira bottle in it. At this point, we don't really know what time period they were actually in, but it seems like we may discover that it's the same time period that Ajira 316 crashed in.

Also, I thought it was interesting that you brought Jill into the story. My thinking is, we don't really know anything about Jill or why she was helping Ben. Is she really an Other, or does she have some connection with Ben that has nothing to do with the Others? Your story seems to answer that question when Andrew talks to her, but as far as the show, we really don't know for sure if she knows any other Others or if she'd be inclined to help the Via Domus Six.

Either way, I still enjoy reading your stories. My only concern is what happens if the show ends up revealing something later that contradicts what you've written. (This is the main reason I haven't continued my 815Survivor journal just yet.)

RE: Subpages

Hi, Crash815. An admin will have to do that. -- Sam McPherson  T  C  E  04:59, 5 April 2009 (UTC)

Re: Delete

Done. -- Sam McPherson  T  C  E  01:05, 17 April 2009 (UTC)

The man who shot Larry

So was it supposed to be obvious who the man was who shot Larry in the jungle that Chris recognized from his past? When I first read it, I had no idea who it was and felt like this was a major cliffhanger, until I read your comments at the bottom about Chris talking with Richard Alpert and the fact that it tied in with Chris meeting Alpert as a child. I'm not sure if you intended for the reader to make this connection right away, but I only did so when I read those comments afterwards. --Celebok 02:40, 27 April 2009 (UTC)

My Survivors: Elliott Maslow

Yeah, I am aware that i dont have Elliott Maslow as part of my survivors. I'm going though a process of redoing all of my survivors and I'm trying to include all the named survivors. I'm not sure if i want elliott and lisa in my group because im trying to only use actual seen background memebers. So I'm completely sure what I'm gonna do. -- LostCloverfield42  Talk  14:49, 29 April 2009 (UTC)

My Survivors

Thanks for commenting on my table. I wasn't completely finnished with it yet thought ... guess I should have left it on my sandbox page. Oh well. But good news is that it's mostly completed now. I expanded on my character backstories and such. I'm still debating on whether or not I should put the main characters and Rose and them on there. What do you think? Should I? I'm not completely sure. Well I just wanted to let you know what I did. Oh, and by the way I like all of your episodes, really cool, although, I am really sad that you decided to kill Craig. You should use some of the island's magical healing powers to bring him back :) Anyway, great job on your writings. -- LostCloverfield42  Talk  02:49, 2 May 2009 (UTC)

Regarding my deceased tailies, I'm pretty sure that I'm correct on that. On Day 3 Libby states to Ana Lucia "It's Donald, his leg. The infection is getting worse. He'll be the 4th to go." This implys that 3 survivors have died on or before day 3 at them time Libby talks to Ana. My second unknown tailie must have died within that time period. All my page says is that he must have died within 3 days of the crash. So he did die before Libby told Ana about Donald, no error there.
As for Larry, Chris, and Janelle, semi-goof on my part. There are some deuterocanonical/expanded universe things that I really like. For example, I really Like Janelle's Diary. Then there are some that I don't like. I'm not a fan of Chris's diary, because it seems to go against the show a bit more. Like, the whole things about Steve being buried in the graveyard, I don't buy it. So there are somethings that I really like, and others I don't. Where I got my Chris and Larry friendship thing from was a scene in Exodus, Part 2. When Locke has his flashback, actors Dane Justman and Ben Merdock, Larry and Chris respectivly, are standing at the boarding counter together. Their action seem as if they are traveling together. I base all of my characters off of what they do in show. I guess I didn't think about the whole Larry hits on Janelle, Larry and Chris friends, Chris doesn't know Janelle thing. I'll have to consider revision on that. But thanks for your input it's really valuable. -- LostCloverfield42  Talk  03:44, 2 May 2009 (UTC)
Oh, gosh, haha, my bad. I apologize. Yeah, I gotta change that. Thanks!-- LostCloverfield42  Talk  03:50, 2 May 2009 (UTC)
Well for Faye Murphy, I completely made up that name, couldn't figure out a name to give her, so that name might change in the future. But on Page 70 in Endangered Species, Faith is helping some survivors, including George, go through some luggage. There a woman with reddish-brown hair gives Faith some shoes.

"Here." One of the other helpers, an older woman with reddish brown hair, held out a paid of white Keds. "It looks like you need these. They should be about your size, I think." ... While the red-haired woman and a couple of others stayed behind to continue sorting through the luggage, Faith, George, Boone, and Hurley headed for the tree line.

It never tells her name and I can't think of any other person that it could be that we know, so I decided that I would make it Faye. As for Richard and Craig, at first they were not aware about their connection. In "S.O.S.", before Bernard runs up to Richard, Craig, and Jerome, the trio was talking about their lives before the crash. Craig mentions his sister Roxanne and then Richard remembers a Roxanne he went to school with and then they talk about it. So to answer you question, No. Richard and Craig did not know each other before the crash, Richard only knew Roxanne, and even then he did not know her very well.
And as for Robert D. West, that is one of the many kinks that I'm currently trying to figure out. For my list of survivors, I wanted background actors that have been on the show for a very long time, that way there would be more observations I could make and more stories I could form. I had already had a list of actors/actresses that I wanted. Unfortunately the characters of Elliott Maslow and Robert D. West did not make the cut. The Lisa Gellhorn that I have shares nothing in common with Lisa Gellhorn from Lost:Via Domus besides her name. So there are certain things that are missing from my stories, but I hope that I am able to re-tool it so that I can include all of the characters and actors that I want. So long story short, yes, I did intentionally leave Robert off of my list, but I hope to somehow get him into my characters.
Oh, I also wanted to say what you did with Elliott's story in 'The Inconstant' was great. It made perfect sense, so good job.-- LostCloverfield42  Talk  23:56, 2 May 2009 (UTC)


Hey, great stuff, but please add fanon alerts to the articles about your series.Thanks, -- Roobydo  talk  contribs  23:24, 2 May 2009 (UTC)

Thanks, Dude.-- Roobydo  talk  contribs  23:28, 2 May 2009 (UTC)

Lara no longer theory

Good point!--Jim in Georgia Contribs Talk 23:26, 20 May 2009 (UTC)

Origin of Howard's photo

So Howard effectively gives the photo of his parents to himself as a baby, so it ends up in his possession as an adult so he can take it back to the island to give to himself again? Just like the Richard-Locke compass paradox? Heh. --Celebok 05:44, 21 May 2009 (UTC)


WHOAH!!! Andrew's non-aging was caused by the Phoenix Project?? Didn't see that one coming! So the Phoenix Project is like some immortality experiment or something? --Celebok 02:16, 23 May 2009 (UTC)

Locke and Ajira 316

Really? I just have to laugh... Well, I don't like edit wars, so if they keep trying to add him, I'll just ask some admin to lock the page and open a discussion or poll to decide... --Metalpotato - Talk - Contributions - 15:18, 24 May 2009 (UTC)

I think they can't see the word "survivor". Any way, maybe in season 6 some events will make us think differently about people on board every plane and we'll have to rename pages to "passengers" or something like that. I'm just speculating around with the people in coffins and all that... --Metalpotato - Talk - Contributions - 15:25, 24 May 2009 (UTC)

Losties in the Second Time Shift

I was just thinking, I know you mentioned before that you've gone back and made minor edits to your stories after the show has revealed new information. "Follow the Leader" revealed that the 2nd time shift (in which Richard gave Locke the compass by the fallen plane) was in 2007. Your "Just Survive" (5.02) chapter shows the Losties noticing that their camp is back and feeling relieved. I would think that they would also notice that their camp has suffered from three years of decay, as we've seen on the show what the camp looks like in 2007. Just a thought. I'm finally working on new ideas for my 815Survivor journal, now that the show has revealed the fate (or lack thereof) of the remaining survivors. --Celebok 16:08, 25 May 2009 (UTC)

Ah, I see your edit now. I probably would've noted the fact that most of the structures were broken and partially collapsed, but what you wrote is vague and brief enough that the details don't really matter, and it doesn't affect the rest of the scene. --Celebok 08:55, 27 May 2009 (UTC)

Tuck Everlasting

I really enjoyed reading about Andrew's backstory and seeing all the various mysteries about him that were set up throughout the season come together. How long ago did you come up with the entire story of Andrew; his origins, how he got to the island, abducted by Dharma, the Phoenix Project, and his off-island adventures? Anyway, nice how you aligned your story with the end of the season in both timelines. I was confused about the ending at first, because I couldn't remember when Marc shot Tyson, and I had to go back and dig through your pages to find it. I think the intended shock at the end would've been more powerful if you'd provided some kind of reminder of Marc's encounter with Tyson at some point toward the end, since it happened so long ago and at a time when I had no reason to think Tyson was a significant character. But anyway, I'll certainly look forward to seeing where you take your characters in the final season! My journal ideas are continuing to come together, but I still have a few logistical kinks to work out before I finalize where I want my character to go. Hopefully I'll be ready to start posting entries within a few weeks. --Celebok 20:17, 2 June 2009 (UTC)

RE:Text format

Hey I think I fixed the problem Smiley emoticons smile.gif -- CTS  Talk   Contribs 18:31, 6 June 2009 (UTC)

RE:Dexter Stubbs?

Hey! Thanks for the comment! I try to pair those expanded universe/duetrocanon backgrounders with actual extras on the show according to physical descriptions. I was able to do this with some survivors. Do you think Dexter matches with anyone?--Mistertrouble189 04:34, 14 July 2009 (UTC)

Finishing Touches

Yo dude, I haven read your actual episodes, but I want to and I have pretty much read your summary page. This is crazy, and I won't be suprised if one of the directors of LOST saw your episodes and planned to write a series on your stuff. I just had a worry about something. Once Season six/the show is over, all the questions will be answered. The thing is...is that some things that you have answered, like little things, may be answered in the final season, and I was wondering how you are planning on fixing up the past episodes if this happens. I'm pretty sure you'll think of something though. Hope to read all the episodes before the final season.--The Lucky11


Hey, I finally started reading your Boat Chronicles -- I just read the first four chapters yesterday. It seems like it's pretty much all character development thus far, but I'm still interested in reading about what happens. I'm really having to refresh my memory of who all your existing characters are and their relation to each other! Fortunately I remembered enough of the Sam/Nathan/Sonya story to follow those characters, but I think I need to review Oscar's story. (As I did before, I'm reading printouts of your stories while I'm away from a computer, so I can't look things up on the spot.) Anyway, I'm looking forward to reading more of your Boat Chronicles and Ajira Chronicles as you post them, and it's a great way to pass the time while waiting for Season 6! --Celebok 15:59, September 9, 2009 (UTC)

Heh, thanks for the character summaries! They definitely help!  :-) --Celebok 16:03, September 10, 2009 (UTC)

I like that titles and personages. really really cool. The first i saw it, I thought cool. I'm writing to but this is awesome, really awesome. No more words.--Station7 20:17, September 12, 2009 (UTC)

Also very good humor about that for example 1564 words or 2331 words. Very very good humor.--Station7 20:28, September 12, 2009 (UTC)

Mayhew, Susan, Flight 164, etc.

When I read your stories, I generally like to read at least two chapters at a time, since they're so short (I try to have the right amount to read while I'm eating lunch). So I just now read chapters 5 and 6. I'm still having some trouble remembering the significance of certain characters. Like, I know that your recap at the beginning stated that Susan was the pregnant woman from Flight 164, but I didn't remember what else she did in your stories or who her child was. Your family tree page showed that Jessica was Susan's daughter (and therefore Mayhew's daughter), but I couldn't figure out who Jessica was (I couldn't find any info on her from your links). So even if this latest chapter revealed that Mayhew's daughter is a character I might've met before, I have no idea who it is.

One thing that's kinda sad about reading the Boat Chronicles is that I already know what eventually happens to most of these characters! Like, Jay Brandon is on the Kahana because he hopes to find his cousin on the island, but I already know from The Constant that he never even makes it to the island alive! Oh well, it's still fun to read. --Celebok 22:21, September 14, 2009 (UTC)

Ah, thanks for the Susan and Jessica clarifications. I only vaguely remember those things happening. Yeah, I would imagine it's pretty crazy and overwhelming to keep track of that many characters! I don't know how you do it!  :-)

Oh, I almost forgot... in your Mayhew flashback where he abandoned pregnant Susan... did you literally copy the dialog from Claire and Thomas's conversation? I was reading it and thinking, this sure sounds familiar! Hehe. --Celebok 02:35, September 15, 2009 (UTC)

Thank you for your answer.--Station7 16:28, September 18, 2009 (UTC)

All your story's are funny, cool and incredible good. The one is beter than the other one, but they are all good on there on way.--Station7 19:40, September 20, 2009 (UTC)

The Oscars

Okay, I finally got caught up through "Game Over". And I couldn't remember who Oscar Talbot was, so I had to look it up on Lostpedia. I also looked up Oscar Wolfe while I was at it, only to find that Lostpedia doesn't give any more information than you do in your stories. So anyway, after that, I'm still going, "Huh?!" at the ending of B08.

Oh, and I thought I'd also let you know that I decided to start rereading your Season 5 stories! I realized that there was just too much stuff from there that I just wasn't remembering, too many characters to keep track of, plus I'm just generally bored waiting for Season 6, so I figured rereading your stuff would be an interesting way to pass the time. (I'm also rewatching the actual show's Season 5 in parallel.) I started a couple of weeks ago, and I've done the first ten chapters so far. It's interesting reading the earlier parts of Season 5, and how things make a little more sense the second time around, like the mystery of Andrew's blood, Marc's history with the Others, the people who were on Flight 164, etc. And the whole thing where Susan talks about her boyfriend who abandoned her after getting her pregnant, now that I know that it was Mayhew. So thanks again for providing this extra entertainment during the off-season! --Celebok 20:04, September 22, 2009 (UTC)

The Call and Jealousy

Somehow I find it hard to imagine that Charles Widmore, being the big corporate CEO that he is, would contact that many potential recruits himself, or that the Kahana recruiting line would go directly to Widmore. Seems more likely that he'd have Naomi or Abaddon take care of that (for the recruits who have personal reasons for going on the mission), and otherwise have Keamy recruit his own soldiers, and have Captain Gault recruit his own boat crew. I'm not saying that Widmore couldn't speak to new recruits, and you're free to write this how you want, but it's just something I was thinking as I was reading it.

I like how you tied in with the scene where Gault beats up his men for trying to take the Zodiac and explained their motivations for wanting to take the Zodiac to the Island. I also like how you explained Dawn hugging a guy at the New Year's Eve party -- something I probably wouldn't have remembered if I hadn't re-read that story recently!  :-) --Celebok 22:46, September 28, 2009 (UTC)


Thanks Crash815, I like it. This is totally awesome.--Station7 14:35, October 15, 2009 (UTC)

Re: Behind???

Actually, I finished reading your Boat Chronicles a few days ago, but I just never got around to commenting. There were a few chapters in there where I didn't really have any comments. I meant to comment on the ones I read this week, but then I got distracted. I don't remember at the moment what I wanted to say... probably something to do with Oscar and Tyson. Well, I'll have to go back and browse through those chapters to remember what I wanted to say. I'm pretty tired right now. --Celebok 08:46, October 16, 2009 (UTC)

Oscar, I am your father...

Okay, that was a pretty good twist with Tyson being Oscar's father, and Oscar finding out by going to Miami and seeing himself as a baby. Except I had the same problem with this finale that I did with your Season 5 finale, in that I didn't remember much about Tyson, so the shock wasn't as effective on me as you probably meant it to be. But I later read through Tyson's profile for a recap of all the things he's done, so I was able to see what an evil character he is. Are you planning to continue with the story arc of Oscar planning to kill Tyson? Or will that have to depend on what happens on the show in Season 6? (I know Oscar is still in 1977.)

There's one piece of the dialog that I think could've been written better. Oscar's mom seems a little too quick to believe that Oscar is her son from the future. It just seems way too outrageous for her to believe just because he tells her, and then she immediately believes what he tells her about Tyson's work. I think it would make more sense if Oscar offered her some proof, like showing her a birthmark that no one outside the family would know about.

Oh, and for some reason the way you wrote Jay's death made me laugh -- just how it got more and more intense, and then suddenly he was dead and that was it. Heh.

Okay, and I see you already started posting the Ajira Chronicles, so I still got some catching up to do! --Celebok 16:56, October 19, 2009 (UTC)

"Ajira" Chronicles?

Hey, so I've read the first four chapters of Ajira Chronicles, and the first question on my mind is... how exactly is this "Ajira" Chronicles? Aside from the 4th chapter, they seem to all take place long before Flight 316, and some seem to focus on characters who weren't even on Flight 316. Am I confused about something or missing the point? --Celebok 20:39, October 28, 2009 (UTC)

Ah, okay, it makes sense after you've explained it. The title just initially gave me a slightly wrong impression of what it was going to be about. And I agree, at least it's a better title than "Found Chronicles".  :-) --Celebok 06:33, October 29, 2009 (UTC)

Confusing Connections

I'm probably just not remembering a lot of the details -- like I've said, it's hard to keep track of all these characters and the connections between them. So I've got some questions after reading "You've Got Mail":

  • Did we already learn before that Jenna went to the same university as Craig and Larry and that she knew them?
  • How and why did Dexter seek out Jenna and ask her to deliver those four messages? And why was Dexter in Sydney?
  • I sort of remember that Dexter and Janelle found out they were brother and sister much later after the crash (Season 5, I think?), but I don't remember the story of how they got separated when they were younger. It appears from this story that both of their parents knew?
  • Who is Ethan Ward? How does he know Dexter? And why does he say, "There was no vacation... Daisy went with him..."?
  • How did Dexter's mom know Jenna? How did she know Jay??

Okay, I think that's enough questions for now! Hehe. --Celebok 17:23, November 6, 2009 (UTC)

Oh, never mind about the Jay question. I forgot he and Dexter were cousins. Hehe. --Celebok 20:27, November 6, 2009 (UTC)

Thanks for the answers to my questions. The main reason I have questions like these is that I just don't remember what facts you've already revealed and what facts are being revealed for the first time. Like, I didn't know if Jenna knowing Craig and Larry was a new revelation in this story, or if it was old news that I just forgot. Likewise, I wasn't sure if Dexter visiting Jenna in Sydney was something I'd already seen and was supposed to make a connection, or if you were presenting a new mystery that you intend to explain later. I'm basically just trying to understand how I'm supposed to be reacting to these facts that you're revealing. It's kind of like when my friend and I were watching Season 5 of Lost, he said, "Wait, Jack and Claire are brother and sister??!" and I was like, "Uh... we already learned that back in Season 3." Also, I'm totally not familiar with any of the Lost novels, so I probably need some help with some of the facts from there. That's why I had no idea that Dexter and Jenna knew each other in high school, or that Jenna wasn't just a character that you made up for Nathan's story. Anyway, I guess I'm good for now with your latest explanations, but I'll be sure to ask more questions as I come up with them. --Celebok 20:05, November 7, 2009 (UTC)

love your stories

I still love your stories, maybe if you had the time you could read my stories. Here's the link:http://losthejourney.wikia.com/wiki/LostTheJourney_Wiki. Good luck, Crash815!--Station7 19:25, November 14, 2009 (UTC)

More questions!!

  • How many times has Abaddon actually appeared at Kristi's window? Is he actually trying to kill her, or is he just trying to scare her into keeping quiet about the Island? Or is this still a mystery?
  • Have we already learned before that the Dobson brothers are Mitch's cousins?
  • Who is the Emily that calls Christine, and how do they know each other?
  • I'm still confused as to why Dexter chose Jenna to deliver those letters. Why not deliver them himself just before boarding Flight 316? Or mail them, if he didn't want to deliver them in person?

I keep thinking I had more questions, but that's all I can think of for now. --Celebok 00:22, November 18, 2009 (UTC)

Thanks again for those clarifications. I remembered that Abaddon had shot at Kristi through her window before, but I couldn't really remember the details of that encounter, so I wasn't sure if the scenes from this recent episode included a recap of that same incident, or if they were additional encounters with Abaddon.

Oh, I just now remembered my other question. What exactly were Eli and Zander doing spying on Verena in that flashback of Kristi's dream? --Celebok 04:56, November 18, 2009 (UTC)

Hmm, well, I had to go back and look at those particular scenes to see what you're talking about, even though I've read all of your Season 5 stories twice. I think the problem is that each of those scenes by themselves seemed a bit confusing, but didn't seem significant enough to remember to the point of connecting them later. Actually, in this case, I do remember that Hunter had made a promise to Verena to see her on a certain date, and I remember reading those other scenes you mentioned that referenced this fact, but I didn't remember that it was Zander who actually delivered the message to Verena. So that's the main reason why I had no clue why Zander and Eli would be looking for Verena. --Celebok 18:22, November 18, 2009 (UTC)

A12 cuts off

Yesterday I was about to copy and paste the text of A11 and A12 into a Word document so I could print it and read it during lunch, but then I noticed that A12 seems to be cut off at the end, like it just ends mid-sentence. Is that a mistake? I haven't actually read it yet to know what's happening there. --Celebok 19:44, November 21, 2009 (UTC)

Huh, weird, your chapter was that long?? Oh well, glad you were able to fix it. The timing of you posting your finale works out for me, since I probably wouldn't have time to read it over the Thanksgiving weekend anyway. It'll give me something to look forward to when I have to go back to work on Monday! Hehe. --Celebok 18:08, November 23, 2009 (UTC)


"Photograph": This was pretty interesting. It makes me wonder about the possibility of any DHARMA people on the Island in 1977 who left the Island before the Purge, then several years later still had a copy of the 1977 recruits photo and recognized that Jack, Kate and Hurley of the Oceanic Six were the same ones in that photo! But anyway, this was a pretty interesting twist on providing a means of people knowing that their loved ones are still alive on the Island -- a nice alternative to all those twin dreams.

"Sibling Rivalry": So, do Amon and Eddie happen to have grandparents named Abraham and Sarah, and a sister-in-law named Leah?  :-) Oh, and that was pretty weird that Eddie had a dream about Amon talking about his dream about Eddie. Oh, and Jason Ward is Daisy's brother, right? Was his fate a mystery until now, or did we already know that he died right after the crash? I remember wondering about that before.

"Two Pieces": Now this certainly went in some pretty wild directions! I didn't know Sam and Talbot were on Flight 316! Or that Talbot has been to the Island before! I'll have to think about this a bit to come up with some theories! And I'm pretty confused about these "two pieces" of some formula that Sam apparently knows about that Talbot is looking for. And of course, you got the crazy connection of Sam's dad being Todd from Flight 164! This all seems to put a different light on Sam and his earlier quest to find Flight 815!

Oh, and I noticed your "Previously on LOST"'s are a lot more thorough now. They really help a lot!  :-) --Celebok 03:34, November 24, 2009 (UTC)

  • Yeah, it took a while for me to notice the whole Biblical names reference. At first I noticed that their parents were named Issac and Rebecca, but I didn't think about it beyond that, until further in the story I noticed that Amon's wife's name was Rachel, then I was like, "Wait a minute..." and then I remembered that their sons' names were Joseph and Benjamin, and that's when it finally clicked!  :-) Did you have that planned since the very beginning when you introduced Amon's story?
  • I guess I'll have to go back and review everything I know about Oscar Talbot from Find815. I'd kinda forgotten about that whole story. Oh, and I totally didn't catch the Todd-Kate parallel... but that might just be because Kate is my least favorite character on LOST.  :-)

--Celebok 21:53, November 24, 2009 (UTC)

  • TYSON. --Celebok 22:47, November 27, 2009 (UTC)
  • Hehe, I don't know what about Tyson. It was just a thought that I had for some reason.  :-) Like, I was going to try to figure out what Oscar Talbot's connection to the Island might be, then I realized that Tyson is another evil character who also has a lot of unanswered questions, and I was looking at your character list and saw your note about Tyson not having a picture because he's a character we already know. And the fact that Tyson was seen off the Island in the mid-90's and showed up on the Island again in 2007/2008 after Ajira 316 crashed... and the fact that Talbot didn't want to be seen by Marc and Andrew when they boarded -- two characters who had a history with the Phoenix Project... I don't know, just some random thoughts that popped into my head.  ;-) --Celebok 22:37, November 28, 2009 (UTC)

Are we concurrents?

Are we concurrents? I write a LOST - story to, you to. Make that us concurrents? --Station7 08:02, November 27, 2009 (UTC)

Are you made at me that I'm writing a LOST -story to or not?--Station7 18:42, November 28, 2009 (UTC)

Thanks, that's the only thing I wanna know. We both use humor in our story's.--Station7 18:48, November 28, 2009 (UTC)

Some well, some not

Some pages from you, can't lostpedia except like Diane Ward or Robert West. Why? Because Sam Thomas could it well except.--Station7 19:07, November 28, 2009 (UTC)

I have that to, like Henry Gale, Jack, Hurley, Ben etc. I think sometimes that we actually made a own page for that, but I think that the admins that don't like. Because of our own story.--Station7 19:44, November 28, 2009 (UTC)


I write my stories sometimes 1 part in the morning, 2 parts in the midday/night my stories. When do you write your stories? --Station7 21:52, November 28, 2009 (UTC)

... In Time?

What word has to be before In Time? Lost4ever in Time or Lost In Time?--Station7 16:59, November 29, 2009 (UTC)

My stories

Do you read my stories? I read your stories when I have the time. Or do you have it to busy for that? It's just a question. --Station7 19:09, November 29, 2009 (UTC)

I like that and you could making an accountant on the site!--Station7 20:07, November 29, 2009 (UTC)

And if you have questions to me, ask them or edit them on the pagesi f you're on the site.--Station7 20:18, November 29, 2009 (UTC)


Woooooooooooooooooooo!!!!! I was right!!!  :-) (-:  :-) The funny thing is, I was totally guessing about Tyson before! Hehe. Of course, now this makes me wonder what Tyson was doing on the Christiane I and how (and if) it fits in with his Phoenix Project objectives. Overall, I thought this AC finale was really good, and I like how you showed what happened after your S5 cliffhanger. I have to admit, when I read the first few chapters in AC a couple of months ago, I wasn't all that thrilled about reading what seemed like just off-island filler stories, but it all came together nicely at the end and provided a nice lead-in to Season 6. By the way, Jacob didn't touch Sam, did he?  ;-) Oh, and I thought it was pretty funny that Verena was totally caught off guard when Jed asked her why she was flying to Guam. Like, "oh crap, I hadn't thought of that!"  :-) --Celebok 23:42, November 30, 2009 (UTC)


Do you have many fans, Crash815? I have fans, I would say 10 fans. This is not to have a HUGE ego from who has the most fans, it's just a question.--Station7 20:52, December 3, 2009 (UTC)

Re: The rest of the hiatus

I think it's great that you're doing minor character bios, and I think it'll help me become more familiar with all these characters and their connections with other characters so that I won't be as confused anymore... hopefully! But I'm wondering if your user blog is really the best place to post them. A lot of Lostpedia users read those blogs, but I get the feeling that not very many of them read your stories. (The only people that seem to be commenting on them these days are myself and Station7.) Unless you don't mind constantly explaining to people who have no idea what you're posting or why, especially since new people are joining all the time. Sure, you could put a brief explanation at the beginning of every entry, but it still seems like this is a kind of thing that's only meaningful to people who have already been following your stories. Just something to consider. --Celebok 10:17, December 5, 2009 (UTC)

  • I agree not many people are aware of that you make stories. Even they are good, not evrybody understand that. So, they said to me that I had to use an own wiki for maybe you to? At some point, it maybe is going to annoying them.

The above things has nothing to do with your story, just the critism people on this site Crash815. So don't take the wrong way.--Station7 17:26, December 5, 2009 (UTC)


Crash815, why do you use you user page for this? Is it not better if you use your own wiki for that. Not that it's a bad point or so, but is that not better. I'm just curious with you think about that.--Station7 21:35, December 6, 2009 (UTC)

Re: Re: The rest of the hiatus

Cool, that works. And I like how you linked them to the Lostpedia pages so I can see where they appeared in the Lost universe. Weird, I never heard about that Bob Jones message stuff on the ABC website. I remember when those characters appeared toward the end of your Season 5, I was like, "Huh? Who are these guys??" --Celebok 22:45, December 7, 2009 (UTC)

I just realized, the picture you used for Bob is of the same extra whose picture I used for my 815Survivor icon! I didn't officially intend for my Bill character to be associated with that extra, though. I just picked it because it was a picture of a random person standing at the survivors' camp, and you can't really tell who it is when shrunk down to 100x100 pixels. I'm not trying to suggest any Bob=Bill theories or anything.  ;-) --Celebok 23:52, December 7, 2009 (UTC)
Hahaha! Yeah, the thought of our stories intersecting has crossed my mind before, but then I quickly realized that we already have too many contradictions, such as Tracy and Steve forming a relationship in my version, but being just friends in yours, or the fact that Steve makes it back to the beach in your story, but is never heard from after joining Locke's group in my story. The main problem was that I didn't even discover your stories until we'd both already written through most of Season 4, so I'd pretty much filled in my own gaps. I was actually thinking of creating a page that lists all of the contradictions between my Lost universe and yours! --Celebok 08:35, December 8, 2009 (UTC)
Haha, true, our stories really diverged significantly during Season 5. But now that I think about it, it would've basically required a bunch of minor changes to my story to be consistent with yours -- not killing Craig in the flaming arrow attack, having Jack already aware that some people made it off the island, having Bill recognize the Oceanic 815 survivors in the back of Ajira 316, etc. But then I'd run into other weird scenarios like the fact that Bill never talks to any of your characters. Basically it would've had to be a joint effort from the beginning to make it work. --Celebok 20:10, December 8, 2009 (UTC)
  • Hmm, I don't really have any specific characters in mind, as in, anyone whose background I've really been wondering about for a long time. Usually it's more like, I'll be reading one of your stories, and a character is mentioned, and I'm thinking, "Who was that again?" So it really depends on which characters would be most helpful to be reminded about in your upcoming chapters. --Celebok 22:13, December 14, 2009 (UTC)

Nancy Jones and Bob Jones

What are those two from each other? Are they cousins? Niece and nephew?--Station7 15:09, December 8, 2009 (UTC)

Ironically in my story are those characters nice and nehpew, Bob Crash and Nancy Glass. Because of that Nancy's mother Diana Rumble is the sister of Patrick Rumble, the father of Bob Crash.--Station7 22:38, December 8, 2009 (UTC)


Just to let you know, I removed the whole bit about Richard being immortal from his theory page entirely, because it was obviously confusing people. Now it just says that he is ageless, but can still be killed. Trust me, that means the same thing as immortal, but since the term is misleading people, I decided it would be best if it were just removed.

Trust me, I am well aware of the definition of "immortal," but the vagueness of it is exactly why you can never just go by the dictionary definition of a word; you have to also know its connotation, and sometimes even its history. The word "immortal" was used to distinguish the gods from mankind. The gods were not subject to age and death like people (mortals), thus they were referred to as immortal (literally "not mortal"). However, the gods could still be killed (and they very often were). So that has always been the meaning of the word. Over time, it evolved additional meanings as well (e.g. our immortal souls, which live on after death), but the original definition is still appropriate.

I'm sorry for the long-winded message, I just wanted to make sure you knew where I was coming from, and that I really wasn't just spouting hot air or being difficult. But again, I changed the terminology on the Alpert page in order to avoid this confusion altogether. Cheers,  Managerpants  Contribs  Talk  16:58, December 9, 2009 (UTC)

Season 6 chapters?

I'm wondering, how is it that you're already able to come up with a list of chapters for Season 6, which characters appear, etc., when we have no idea where Season 6 on the show is going to go? (Or do you know something that I don't?) --Celebok 21:32, December 9, 2009 (UTC)

  • Ah, okay. So, has your approach throughout your entire series always been to focus primarily on the characters' flashback stories, and simply plug them into whatever is going on in the show's timeline? I mean, obviously you have ongoing story elements on the island for certain characters, like Howard's camera capturing other people's visions, or Amon repeatedly going back to be interviewed by the Others, but a lot of characters seem to be mostly observers on the island, but each have their own complicated backstories. I pretty much took the opposite approach with Bill; I focused entirely on what he does on the island, and only mention things about his past when it's relevant to how he handles things in the present. But then again, that's what led to the biggest complaint about my journal entries, that it's just a recap of what we've seen on the show from the point of view of a character people don't care about. But then, I did establish early on that my purpose in writing the journal wasn't to entertain people. Anyway, I'm rambling now. --Celebok 10:03, December 10, 2009 (UTC)

Sophia and Andrew

I meant to ask this a few weeks ago but forgot until now. I was re-reading some of your older stories, and I noticed in a few of Sophia's flashbacks that she seemed to be dating a kid named Andrew in high school. Was that THE Andrew?? As in, Raised-by-the-Others, Kidnapped-by-Phoenix-Project, Super-Healing-Blood Andrew?? --Celebok 21:51, December 28, 2009 (UTC)

  • Hehe, just by coincidence, I just now came across the chapter in Season 4 where Andrew reveals his part of the story to Sophia! It's weird, I totally don't remember reading that before! But I wouldn't have known then that Andrew was going to become a significant character in Season 5. Did you have Andrew's whole story all planned out way back when you first introduced him in Sophia's flashbacks? --Celebok 23:29, December 29, 2009 (UTC)

Re: Almost time

Hey. Yeah, I've been rereading a few of your stories here and there, but I'm not really doing a full reread of your entire series.

There's actually one thing that I've debated on whether I should point out ever since I started reading your stories almost a year ago, an issue that perhaps you might've already realized and tried to correct at some point before Season 5, as I've noticed it a lot less in your Season 5 stories than in your earlier stories, but I have noticed occurrences of it occasionally in your Season 5. Basically, you'll have a scene where the only thing that happens is that one of your characters is observing a scene that we've seen on the show, and the character doesn't react to it or express any thoughts about it or do anything else in that scene, so the whole scene seems pointless. Here's an example I found in your Season 5, Chapter 5.14:

The seatbelt sign was turned off. Verena noticed that, in first class, Jack was getting up to sit by Kate. Moments later, the captain spoke on the PA. “Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to Ajira Air. This is your captain, Frank J. Lapidus, and on behalf of the entire flight crew, welcome aboard. Currently we're right on schedule, flying at a very comfortable 30,000 feet. So sit back, relax and enjoy the in-flight movie.”
A few moments later, Verena noticed Jack was on his feet again and he was talking to the flight attendant. Shortly after, the pilot came out of the cockpit and talked to Jack for a short time before noticing Sun, Kate, Hurley, and Sayid also in first class.

So that's just basically Verena observing an event that we saw on the show, in the episode "316". There's no mention of Verena's thoughts on what she's observing, nor does it seem to have any impact on anything Verena does later on, so there doesn't seem to be any point to this scene at all. Or if the point is just to include this scene to reference a significant event in Lost canon (Lapidus being revealed as the pilot), then that raises the question of why Verena in particular is noticing this, as opposed to any of your other characters who are also on Flight 316.

Your stories throughout Seasons 1-4 were filled with scenes like this, where Jeff observes one scene from the show, and Sophia observes another, and Lance observes another, and you include the entire dialog of scenes on the show, but the characters observing them don't do anything else in the scene. Like I said, I saw way less of this in Season 5, but it was still there from time to time, and I finally decided to take the time to mention it before you start writing your Season 6 stories.

Since I'm guessing that the reason you include these scenes at all is just to provide a point of reference between your characters and the show's main characters, I might suggest that you find ways to tie in your characters' ongoing stories with these scenes, at least to show what your characters are doing while these other events are happening. You've already managed to do this quite a lot in Season 5, such as when Dexter and Daisy board the plane together and wave to their friends, just before Ben gets on and Hurley throws a fit. Little things like that can make the scene have more of a point and be about your characters, rather than your characters just being spectators in a scene. A good example from Lost would be in "Expose" when Nikki and Paulo are looking for their luggage and briefly talk to Ethan, just before Jack gives his "live together, die alone" speech. Even though we already saw Jack give that speech back in Season 1, the point of the scene was to show what Nikki and Paulo were doing at the time.

Anyway, sorry, I didn't mean for my rant to be that long, but I hope that what I've said can be helpful as you write your Season 6 stories.

--Celebok 03:52, January 17, 2010 (UTC)


Are you already coming up with alternate universe stories for your characters?  :-) --Celebok 05:12, February 4, 2010 (UTC)

  • Cool. Well, I'll be interested to see what you've got planned whenever you have time to write them. Ummm... did you mean to post a copy of your entire main user page on my talk page? That's not, like... your new signature, is it?  ;-) --Celebok 05:36, February 4, 2010 (UTC)
  • Haha! Well, I'll look forward to your new stories. And thanks for fixing your "signature".  :-) --Celebok 22:04, February 4, 2010 (UTC)

"We're Back"

Great job on your season premiere! I like the "reset" timeline stories you came up with. I guess since you already had those characters' backstories fully established, it probably wasn't too hard to figure out what would've happened to them if Flight 815 landed at LAX. I'm not sure how I feel about the flashbacks of what I call the forgotten survivors (Bob, Sally, Morris, Steve, etc.). They're mostly new characters in my mind, and they haven't really done much of interest yet, so I don't feel I've been given a reason to care about their missing stories yet at this point, but I'll just keep reading to see where it goes.

You got me wondering about Dawn's father in the alternate timeline. I figured out that her mother is there because Flight 164 never crashed, but I don't know why her father would be dead.

Was Sonya known to be pregnant in the original timeline? This seemed like a new revelation to me.

And I did catch the irony that Howard turned down Nancy's invitation saying it's not his family, not knowing that Nancy is his cousin.

And that's a pretty wild cliffhanger at the end! I can't wait to find out what's up with these new people on the Hydra island! (Obviously one of them was a stewardess on Ajira 316, but... what the heck?!) --Celebok 21:50, February 10, 2010 (UTC)

Oh, no, I didn't notice the reset of Elliot's story until I went back and looked for it. I'd kinda forgotten most of the details of Elliot's time-loop stuff.
Ohh, Derek had cancer and eventually died because he was never healed. Got it.
I assume you're talking about that flashback of Time Flash #6 where those four guys are standing on the beach and see Dawn and three other guys coming toward them in a canoe? That whole scene confused me. I know Time Flash #6 takes place in 2007, but am I correct that Morris and those guys have just started experiencing the time flashes, and Dawn's group have already returned from Ajira 316? Is that a scene that we have yet to see from Dawn's point of view? --Celebok 07:18, February 11, 2010 (UTC)

Heh, well, you told me to do some digging, so I did, and once I looked at Ariel's history and saw that her husband had cancer and was supposedly healed by the Island, it wasn't too hard to figure out.  :-)
About the outrigger chase, I've got a bad feeling that this won't be addressed on the show at this point. I hope I'm wrong about that, but just based on where everyone is and where all the outriggers are, it seems more likely that the writers wrote that boat shootout scene with the intention to revisit that scene later in the same season, but that by the time they got around to writing the second half of Season 5, they ended up abandoning that idea due to time constraints. I'm still waiting to see if I'm wrong, but if not, I've got my own plans for addressing it in Bill's story. --Celebok 00:08, February 12, 2010 (UTC)

Score to Settle

I guess you got the time jump you were hoping for, placing Oscar back in 2007 so he could go after Tyson.  :-) And I see that you're following the show's trend in the sideways timeline where the characters from the flight end up meeting and helping each other in their post-LAX lives. It's also interesting how Flight 164 not crashing opens up a whole new set of changes for your characters' lives, since you already established a lot of connections between those survivors and your present-day characters. And I like the cliffhangers you set up -- Elliot facing Savo, Tyson leading Derek into the "third level" whatever that might be, and Bob disappearing. --Celebok 21:28, February 17, 2010 (UTC)


You need an archive, Crash815. It's to big. It's my meaning, but it's the best.--Station7 20:36, February 20, 2010 (UTC)

New Chapter

Heh, thanks for letting me know. I do tend to check your page at least every Monday to see if there's something new, since that's when I'm usually looking for something to read. --Celebok 18:47, February 21, 2010 (UTC)

108 - Wallace!

Wallace! Could be Lance or Zander! Hehe, I just had to say that.  ;-) Oh, and sorry I haven't commented on your latest chapter (6.04). I enjoyed it, but just couldn't think of what comments to write about it. --Celebok 17:13, February 26, 2010 (UTC)

  • I decided to re-read 6.04 just now because I couldn't remember everything that happened in it, and I think the reason I didn't have any comments was because it would've just been a bunch of, "Hmm, that's interesting..." reactions to various things. I did sense that the story is progressing toward answering certain mysteries, like why Bob ran off to find Tyson at the Phoenix Project, and you revealed that Todd found the formula and tore it into the two pieces that Sam eventually found, and now I'm just waiting to find out how Sam learned where to look for them. So basically I'm just looking forward to the next chapter to see what happens next.
Oh, and I had a feeling you'd look for certain names on the cave wall and the lighthouse wheel!  :-) I'd be interested to see if any of your characters turn out to be "candidates", but I still have no idea how the whole "candidates" thing with Jacob works. --Celebok 23:46, February 26, 2010 (UTC)

Tyson Answers

That was pretty cool finding out Tyson's backstory, how he got started with the Phoenix Project and came to the DI, plus the explanation of what he was doing leading the Christiane I mission! I'm not sure I quite understand the Savo connection. And what was the significance of Tyson watching Nadia get hit by a car? And I'm still confused about Bob's motives and what he knew about Tyson and the Phoenix Project, but if that's still to be explained, then I'll wait for that... even though Bob's dead now! I suppose maybe Bob learned a bit about that stuff while he was in the 70's? I'm also getting even more interested to see how and if you tie in your story with all the craziness that's going on at the Temple with MIB and his new recruits, since your story and the show now seem like two completely different worlds, even though they're happening on the same island! --Celebok 21:27, March 3, 2010 (UTC)

  • You know, your last reply about Bob kinda got me thinking -- we haven't really seen anybody deal much with the idea of an Oceanic 815 survivor being so desperate to leave the Island that they'll do anything to achieve that, even at the expense of their fellow survivors. We saw one brief instance of it back in Season 1 of the show when Kate and Sawyer were competing for a spot on the raft, and then later in Season 3, we saw Jack make a deal with Ben that would involve sending Jack home on the sub with Juliet. But other than that, they've all pretty much adopted the "live together, die alone" philosophy, rather than "every man for himself". Of course, that could change now with MIB's influence, but we just have to wait and see what happens with that. But getting back to Bob's story, it actually makes me curious to know more about Bob's backstory, whether he ever formed any friendships with the other survivors, since he wasn't even introduced until late last season, and I'm curious to know what would make him try to make a deal with Tyson to get just himself off the Island. Except now he's dead.  :-P --Celebok 00:45, March 6, 2010 (UTC)
  • Oh yeah, and I just read "Into the West" (why is it called that, btw??) a little while ago. It looks like you've introduced a new storytelling narrative: the flash-side-back! Hehe. --Celebok 00:48, March 6, 2010 (UTC)

Steve and Nadine

Can be written as Steve met Nadine.-Tom Jacob 17:56, March 5,2010 (LT)

Flocke's coming for you!!

So in "Dr. Linus", Flocke mentioned to Ben that he and his new recruits are all heading over to the Hydra island. That should make things interesting for all the Ajira survivors who are still there! (This could also affect Bill in my story, but I just have to wait and see what happens.) --Celebok 22:19, March 12, 2010 (UTC)

Steve, etc.

I noticed in both 6.07 and 6.06, you put all the flash-sideways after all the flashbacks, which seemed a bit weird at first, but I can see how you needed to establish Steve's original-timeline story in order to compare it to his flash-sideways story. It seems kinda weird, though, that you've never told Steve's backstory before. I didn't know he and Scott were step-brothers! And it wasn't too hard to figure out why they didn't know each other in the sideways timeline -- Steve's dad was on Flight 164 and didn't crash, so his mom never married Scott's dad.

Oh, and I liked the whole argument between Morris and Zander about going to the Temple and who's allowed in there and stuff. The show hasn't really dealt with what Cindy and the kids and the rest of the captured tailies went through when they joined the Others, and what they know about the Temple.

Hey, was there something going on between Howard and Verena, as in more than just friends? I don't remember anything about that. --Celebok 00:36, March 18, 2010 (UTC)

Recon: Hydra Island

You ever get the feeling that the writers just don't like redshirts?? Sheesh... --Celebok 00:38, March 18, 2010 (UTC)

Looks like you didn't notice I already commented on your latest chapter above.  :-) --Celebok 16:20, March 18, 2010 (UTC)


I want to say I like your chapters. But I would like to know. What would happen so please continue to write new Chapters soon.-Tom Jacob 01:22, March 21, 2010(LT)

  • Want to say anything because I have a good understanding another wiki I create my fan fiction and I need to extend the series each month, Jacob Tom, 21 March, 2010 (LT)
  • When is the next chapter-Tom Jacob, March 23, 2010 (LT)
  • I'm going through Lost4Ever withdrawal! ;-) --Celebok 21:15, March 23, 2010 (UTC)
    • Lol. Thanks for the support. Trust me, I want time to write but college is very time consuming. I'm going to try to make some time to write tonight. If not tonight, I think I might be able to do some writing on Thursday or Friday, but we'll see. Sorry for the wait. --Crash815 Talk 21:19, March 23, 2010 (UTC)
  • Got any ideas and or will soon be an episode-Tom Jacob 23:02 , March 27 , 2010(LT)
    • I was able to do some writing today (as a reward for getting some of my homework done. lol). After I get some more homework done, I'm going to finish off this chapter that I'm writing. The chapter I'm currently writing takes place at the same time as "Sundown", as you'll see when you read it. --Crash815 Talk 22:04, March 27, 2010 (UTC)
  • As the new chapter will be called-Tom Jacob 00:36 , 28 March , 2010 (LT)
    • Good news! I'm done writing the chapter! I'm just putting the finishing touches on it before posting it. You can expect it in an hour or so. --Crash815 Talk 01:07, March 28, 2010 (UTC)
      • I want to say I liked the new chapters . But not like that Susan died.-Tom Jacob 17:38, April 2, 2009 (LT)
        • It was a hard decision to kill off Susan, but I needed someone to kill. lol. Hopefully you'll see more of her before the end of the season. I want to resolve the flash-sideways from "Sinking Feeling" regarding Susan, Faith, and Jessica, so hopefully you'll see more. --Crash815 Talk 07:02, April 3, 2010 (UTC)
          • When will the new chapter Sunday or next week-Tom Jacob 22:51 ,April 3, 2010(LT)
          • I make no promises. I'm getting closer to finals, so I don't know. Honestly, I've spent too much time goofing off, so I need to focus more on studying. I'll try to get one done, but I'm not sure. I'm done school at the end of the month, so after that I'll be able to write more. --Crash815 Talk 22:05, April 3, 2010 (UTC)
          • When the new chapters will be .Let me know on my talk page-Jacob Tom 13:09, April 4, 2010 (LT)
          • Okay, I'll let you know. HOPEFULLY I'll get to do one this week, but I make no promises. I have an exam early this week, but after that my week is low stress, compared to some weeks. --Crash815 Talk 23:00, April 4, 2010 (UTC)
          • This is probably the new Chapters will be Sunday - Tom Jacob 22:20, April 7, 2010 (LT)
          • I just wanted to know or have ideas for new Chapters or not. And when will it be-Tom Jacob 16:43, April 13, 2010 (LT)
          • I'm not sure yet. My semester is winding up though. I'm working on some writing right now, but I'll be done my exams about mid-day Tuesday (a week from today), so I'll be able to do some writing then (especially waiting for my friends to get their exams done). --Crash815 Talk 13:51, April 13, 2010 (UTC)
          • Will be shown Verena,Sam,Jim,Howard,Janelle,Dawn,Dexter,Zander,Marc and Ryder flashsideways.-Tom Jacob , 19:25, April 13 , 2010 (LT)
          • This reminds me of when Season 4 got interrupted by the writers' strike. ;-) Anyway, good luck on your exams, I'll wait for new episodes when you have time to write them. :-) --Celebok 21:30, April 15, 2010 (UTC)
          • Yah, I'm sorry. lol. Trust me, I'd really rather be writing than studying. I should be able to write starting about noon-ish on Tuesday though... so we'll see (also depends on if my friends are done their exams by then, because I'm moving back home a week from Saturday, so I won't see them in a while, so sorry, they take priority. lol). --Crash815 Talk 02:48, April 16, 2010 (UTC)
  • GOOD NEWS!!!! My final exams are done! I have time to write again!!! And next month I will have LOTS of time to write. --Crash815 Talk 18:31, April 20, 2010 (UTC)
  • When is the next chapter-Tom Jacob 20:14 ,April 21 , 2010 (LT)
  • Not sure yet. I've started it but I've got packing up my stuff and cleaning my apartment before i move out, still, but I will definitely have time next week to get a chapter done, so probably by Tuesday (at the very latest). It also depends on how well figured out my ideas are in my head before i even start writing. --Crash815 Talk 21:11, April 21, 2010 (UTC)
    • I wanted to ask probably next week will be the new Chapter-Tom Jacob 01:38, April 24 , 2010 (LT)
  • it was almost a month when you stop writing. Probably soon again we will see a new chapter-Tom Jacob 21:58 , April 26 , 2010(LT)
    • I'm working on organizing my notes right now. Before the semester ended, I got bored during a couple of my classes, so I took to jotting down ideas for my chapters while in class. Now I just have to organize these ideas. The flashes for the next chapter are already done, I just have to put the on-island stuff together now. --Crash815 Talk 19:19, April 26, 2010 (UTC)
  • This is a good thing.-Tom Jacob 22:29 ,April 26 , 2010(LT)
    • You already have ideas about what will happen on-island-Tom Jacob 20:16 , April 27 , 2010(LT)


Good to see your stories back from hiatus!  :-) That was pretty interesting how you worked your characters into the Temple massacre (with a few deaths included). When both groups at the beginning talked about going to the Temple, and I realized what day it was, I was like, "Uh oh." It did seem a bit odd that your guys were just sort of watching Ilana's group and following from a distance, as though they were intentionally trying to avoid interacting with them, while in reality I know that you needed to do that to avoid a canon conflict. The Tyson storyline is pretty interesting. I like how he impatiently injects his own blood into Travis to revive him and then immediately starts giving him orders, just like how a typical villain would. Chris' flash-sideways story seemed a bit cheesy... but then so have the flash-sideways stories on LOST in general. Do you have any plans to revisit those events from Joanna's point of view? (Or Janelle's?) I haven't figured out why Elaine is alive in that timeline. Should I be looking for clues for that, or is that just an unexplained difference? --Celebok 21:35, March 29, 2010 (UTC)


I would like to borrow one of your Characters.For my serial.He will appear in only one episode-Tom Jacob 17:45 , April 22, 2010 (LT)

  • I would like to use Amon.Because he filmed Expose.So many people have seen the serial.But his name is my serial will not Amon but Officer Wells-Tom Jacob 20:31 ,April 22, 2010 (LT)

Flocke's Others - KABOOM!!!

The writers really don't like redshirts, do they! Have fun working around that in your story.  :-) --Celebok 07:29, April 25, 2010 (UTC)

  • Oh yeah, good point! Hehe. Then I guess the only issue is Hydra Island, unless you've already figured that part out. Actually, I can't even remember which of your characters are still on Hydra Island. I probably need to reread the last two chapters, because I pretty much forgot what's going on! --Celebok 15:09, April 25, 2010 (UTC)
  • Don't worry about the long wait, I know how busy college life can be. I just had another interesting thought, though. After what we've seen happen in the FST lately, I wonder if your FST characters would start to remember bits of their OT lives on the Island. I also wonder if Desmond would seek some of them out. After all, he did ask Minkowsky for the entire Flight 815 manifest. On the other hand, it's possible that Desmond might only be seeking out specific people. I guess it's hard to tell at this point, since we don't fully understand what's going on yet. --Celebok 20:10, April 26, 2010 (UTC)
  • That's a good point about specific things triggering memories of the original timeline. The whole thing still seems pretty weird. By the way, I just finished rereading chapter 6.08 (I reread 6.07 yesterday), and another thought occurred to me. What's Tyson going to do when Widmore comes and takes over the Hydra station? I can't imagine Tyson giving it up without a fight. I'm guessing something rather interesting is about to happen there! --Celebok 23:48, April 27, 2010 (UTC)

August Rush

It was a very good chapter after the hiatus.But I do not like the death of Howard.-Tom Jacob 17:15 , April 28 , 2010(LT)

  • Yeah, I was pretty surprised that you decided to kill Howard. That was a pretty interesting twist with Dani and her reason for working for Tyson. I have to say, it's a pretty interesting challenge to try to follow the chronology of certain characters' experiences after time-travelling to the 1970's, but it's pretty cool that you include them, especially having people like Andrew and Tyson actually remember meeting these characters 30 years earlier. And you keep shuffling the groups of characters around, which isn't making it any easier to keep track of where everyone is, but I'm still enjoying the overall story. Great to see it back from the long hiatus! --Celebok 09:25, April 29, 2010 (UTC)
    • The decision to kill Howard was a difficult one, but I've felt for a while that his story was done. I couldn't think of any more back-story for him and for a bunch of Season 5 he was just sitting around (granted, a lot of my characters were). Basically, I just felt that his story had resolved all I could resolve it. But once season 6 started, I figured I'd give him some flash-sideways resolution as well (which you saw in this last chapter). But don't worry, we'll see him more I think (I have one more cameo appearance already planned for him) and he's going to be a driving force for some stuff still, as long as I get my chance. --Crash815 Talk 14:44, April 29, 2010 (UTC)
      • Yeah, that makes sense. The Island was done with him. I've also imagined that a few main characters on the show might get killed off in the last few episodes, since all of their stories are coming to an end anyway. --Celebok 23:20, April 29, 2010 (UTC)
        • It was really tough for me to kill him off, because when I first started, I only had four of my mind characters in mind (the rest kind of just crept in along the way). But my first four characters were Verena, Howard, Sophia, and Amon. Sophia and Amon were killed off in Season 4... and now I've killed off Howard... only one of my original characters is still alive. Since I've mentioned Sophia, however, I am going to let you know that I'm going to bring her back for at least one chapter this season. This could be flashback, flash-sideways, or a vision. You'll just have to wait and see. :D --Crash815 Talk 01:05, April 30, 2010 (UTC)
          • Woah, that's pretty funny that you're mentioning Sophia now, because I just happened to reread Sophia's first flashback story from Season 1 earlier today! The only reason I picked that chapter to reread was because I rewatched "Walkabout" a few days ago and decided to reread your chapter that lined up with it in the timeline, and that just happened to be Sophia's story. That's cool that she'll be coming back, I was kinda sad when she died in the Barracks attack. --Celebok 08:19, April 30, 2010 (UTC)
          • I'm really glad I killed her off when I did though. She had some very good resolution there right before her death. --Crash815 Talk 16:09, April 30, 2010 (UTC)

New Chpters

This chapter made me interested.He was very good..-Tom Jacob 17:04 , May 1, 2010(LT)

  • Thanks. it had a few of those ideas that i thought up and just ran with. :) --Crash815 Talk 14:56, May 1, 2010 (UTC)


"Reunion and Revenge" is just full of all kinds of cliffhangers!! I see you decided to go multi-centric in the FST, kinda like "The Last Recruit". And it's nice to see the motives behind Tyson's recruits. I also like your introduction of Widmore into the story. I was wondering how you were going to work that in. I'm still hoping that the show answers the question of who killed all the Ajira survivors, but for now you obviously have to leave it vague. I'll probably have to do the same thing in Bill's story. So are we still before the point when Sawyer does his Hydra Island recon? --Celebok 22:40, May 3, 2010 (UTC)

Joanna X

I just want to slap some sense into flash-sideways Joanna! --Celebok 22:41, May 7, 2010 (UTC)

  • Oh good. I got her personality across properly. lol. It'd be hard to say whether she was like that in the original timeline too, since she died so early on, but I think it'd be pretty accurate to say that she was kinda like that too. --Crash815 Talk 23:37, May 7, 2010 (UTC)


That's pretty cool that you figured out a way to address the question of whose names are on the lighthouse wheel and the cave wall, and especially mentioning the infamous "108-Wallace". I think it's kinda funny, though, that nobody even noticed any of the names that are not crossed out. I also like how you're incorporating Widmore into the story, and his conversations with Tyson. (I forgot to mention that last time.) And I have a question about the FST: Since it appears that Tyson has not yet been successful at the Phoenix Project, does that mean that both he and Andrew appear their actual age in the FST? And what the heck... I gotta wait until next episode to see if Zander survives?! --Celebok 23:02, May 10, 2010 (UTC)

  • Ah, thanks for clearing up the FST Andrew and Tyson. Oh, and I imagine Bill's reaction to what he sees inside the Lighthouse would be even worse than your characters'... if he ever happens to get up there...  ;-) --Celebok 08:28, May 11, 2010 (UTC)

Oscar Stanford, 23-minute paradoxes, and those darn two pieces!

Ack!! Now you're posting chapters faster than I'm getting around to commenting on them!

So is that actually a time paradox that Andrew heard about the 23-minute limit from Dieter, and vice versa? Like the compass between Richard and Locke?

Glad that my confusion about how Sam knew the locations of the two halves of the formula got resolved!

Wait, Tyson's brother's name is Oscar?? What's the deal?!? Is it like, that just happens to be his name, and he ended up naming his son Oscar and also used it for his own fake name on the Christiane I?

Hehe. (Sweetzer & Verdansky)

So do you already have the end of your story established? I imagine it'll be interesting trying to coordinate it with the end of LOST, however that turns out.

By the way, just to let you know, I'm finally going to start posting new 815Survivor entries next week! --Celebok 23:15, May 14, 2010 (UTC)

Ryder and Dawn (...and Widmore... and Desmond...)

Ryder and Dawn are totally the Jin and Sun of your story! Separated for three years, and still have yet to reunite even after they've both been back on the present-day Island for several days! (Of course, I'm probably being a dork for just now realizing that.) I just hope they don't end up drowning while holding each other's hands right after they finally find each other.

I totally forgot that Ryder worked for Widmore. That sure adds some interesting elements to the story in both timelines. And I like how you followed the show's pattern of (re)introducing Desmond in both timelines in the same episode. I think it was a smart move that you made it unclear as to whether or not Desmond intentionally ran into Ryder in the supermarket, since we still don't know if Desmond was targetting specific passengers of Flight 815.

Anyway, I've posted two new 815Survivor entries this week (one yesterday and one today), and I'll likely post a third one tomorrow, which will bring Bill's story to the end of Day 5, the night that Ben kills Jacob. Then I'll wait until next week to start writing more. My parents will be over for the next few days, helping me clean my home to get ready for my LOST Finale party on Sunday.  :-) --Celebok 23:20, May 18, 2010 (UTC)

The Concert

So... are all your flash-sideways characters gonna attend the concert?  :-) --Celebok 05:52, May 23, 2010 (UTC)

Others and Other Others

At this rate, I'm probably going to remain at least one chapter behind your postings for the rest of this week, so I'll just comment now, after having just read "During the Accident". The only thing I can really say is that it's nice to see more of the FST characters remembering their Island experiences, setting up for what I assume will be a reunion similar to what we saw in the finale. It unfortunately has to be less shocking, now that we all know what the FST is. Also, I like the part where Andrew lists all of the Others that he found dead, giving a quick rundown of the fates of all the Others we've ever known. Daisy's death was sad, but it's good to know that she and Dexter will probably be reunited in the FST. I haven't read "Putting the Pieces Together" yet, so I'll have to find out later if the outrigger chase is about to happen. (I immediately thought "outrigger chase" as soon as Dexter said they need to find a boat.) --Celebok 21:29, May 25, 2010 (UTC)

  • Okay, I just read "Putting the Pieces Together". So the outrigger chase didn't happen, but now I'm thinking that Dexter, Dawn, Jed and Steve in the outrigger are going to encounter those guys who are time-flashing. And I see that more people in the FST are remembering their Island lives and coming together. Also, I like how you made that point about the Hydra Island submarine dock not being there before. I wondered about that when we first saw it. --Celebok 18:52, May 26, 2010 (UTC)

Time-travelling boats

Ah, nice job resolving the time-travelling outriggers! Having them think Locke was Flocke was a good motivation for shooting at them. For some reason it didn't occur to me that Dawn's group arriving from Hydra Island would have to happen at the same time as the outrigger chase, but it totally makes sense. I also like how you resolved the disappearance of the Zodiac, but I do have one logistical issue with it. The time flash before this one was November 1, 2004. The survivors living at the beach camp at the time would've seen this raft appear on the beach out of nowhere! So whatever happened to it would've had to happen in the time flash before that, which was 1954. It's something I thought of a while back when I was trying to theorize where the Zodiac went. Not a big deal, and you could just presume that everyone on the beach camp was too busy to notice it appear and disappear. Oh, and I thought it was pretty funny that Oscar was in the same jail cell as Kate and Sayid. Anyway, I haven't read "So It Ends, part 2" yet. I'll probably read it tonight. --Celebok 17:58, May 27, 2010 (UTC)

  • Okay, I read Part 2. I enjoyed reading the various ways you wrapped up everyone's stories. It was totally appropriate that Oscar would get his final chance to kill Tyson before dying himself. I like the fact that Andrew finally got closure with his reversed immortality, and his last line in the FST, "Everyone dies sometime, even me." About the church scene, is that supposed to be the same church, but at a different time than when the main LOST characters were all there? Kinda like, they get their own separate "moving-on" service or something? And why wasn't Ariel able to move on? And I thought it was pretty weird that your characters boarded the Ajira plane and just kinda took their seats in the back before Frank, Richard, and Miles got there. Were they expecting Frank to board the plane soon and take off? I like how Verena, Sam, and Andrew reunited with Hurley, Ben, and Desmond at the end. It makes me think that you still have possibilities of continuing the story, in something like "Island Chronicles" or "Reyes Chronicles" or something. Anyway, great job with the ending. I'm continuing to post Bill's entries for Day 6 this week. I'm not sure how many you'll have time to read before you leave, but I guess you'll have a lot of them to catch up on when you get back! --Celebok 05:45, May 28, 2010 (UTC)
    • Yeah, I did notice the thing with the Ajira bottle. That was when I knew for sure that the outrigger chase was about to happen (even though Andrew telling everyone to bring the outriggers to the beach camp was a big clue). Okay, I guess it makes sense that Ariel had a whole other group of friends besides the Oceanic survivors, kinda like why we didn't see Richard in the church. So how long are you going to be gone? --Celebok 18:03, May 28, 2010 (UTC)
      • Two years!! Wow! I guess the timing worked out pretty well with the end of LOST! Anyway, good luck with that and everything! --Celebok 04:27, May 29, 2010 (UTC)

Thank you

Hi, Thank you for your support of my idea in Talk:Timeline:Flash-sideways timeline. With a little luck we'll solve this mess soon. Jdray 02:08, May 28, 2010 (UTC)

Re: Back WAY early

Wow, sorry to hear that your plans didn't work out. I hope you're doing okay otherwise. But it's good to hear from you. I'd be interested in any new story ideas you come up with. And since you're back, perhaps now you have the chance to catch up with my final season of 815Survivor, which I just finished a few weeks ago! As I recall, I had only posted two or three entries of the final season when you left. They'd be dated December 18, 2007 in my journal, since that's when my Season 6 starts. I just now finished reorganizing my user page and basically moved Bill's bio to a separate page, which should make navigation slightly easier. Also, you're just in time for my spinoff series that I plan to start writing this week! It takes place in the same universe as 815Survivor, which means Bill exists in it, but it will be from the point of view of a different character, who doesn't even interact with Bill for the most part. I hope I can make it somewhat interesting. --Celebok 13:26, September 20, 2010 (UTC)

  • You write Season 7. -- Tom Jacob 20:02, September 20, 2010 (LT)
    • I Wait for new season because I love you story. -- Tom Jacob 20:51, September 20, 2010 (LT)
      • And What Characters by Main Characters in Season 7-- Tom Jacob 21:06, September 20, 2010 (LT)
        • When Season 7 start.--Tom Jacob 18:08, September 21, 2010 (LT)
  • I want ask Did Season 7 will be last your story season..--Tom Jacob 18:45, September 21, 2010 (LT)
    • I want that your story never end. --Tom Jacob 19:14, September 21, 2010 (LT)
      • Where new episode.--Tom Jacob 18:09, September 22, 2010 (LT)
        • How long you work with new episode.When he was completed.--Tom Jacob 18:20, September 22, 2010 (LT)
  • Why did you start Season 7.--Tom Jacob 18:55, September 22, 2010 (LT)
    • If you kill Tyson . How now your story start maybe with new enemy or maybe with new characters. Or maybe characters left island but maybe they want return to island. I can wait your idea and new season could be good .So please finish write episode .--Tom Jacob 18:55, September 22, 2010 (LT)
      • Please finish episode . I can wait .--Tom Jacob 20:52, September 22, 2010 (LT)


...has begun! http://815tailie.livejournal.com --Celebok 07:39, September 23, 2010 (UTC)

Hey there

Hey there, it's still good to here something from you. I thought you left Lostpedia. Sorry! I'm glad that you're back. You're starting with season 7 ;) --Station7 21:04, September 23, 2010 (UTC)


Why do the original lost characters appear in season 7?--Station7 13:48, September 24, 2010 (UTC)

A New Beginning

New episode was good . Orginal lost characters flashback after island . Sombody after Island and your story became interesting.--Tom Jacob 17:44, September 24, 2010 (LT)

I'm almost there

Hey, I just wanted to let you know I haven't forgotten about your Season 7 premiere. I decided to reread parts 1 and 2 of your Season 6 finale just now, since I hadn't read it since May and wanted to refresh my memory of what happened. I'll hopefully get around to reading your new chapter tomorrow sometime. --Celebok 23:51, September 28, 2010 (UTC)

Interesting start to Season 7

I finally read 7.01 today. Pretty good. I like how you basically introduced how each of the characters are settling into their lives after The End and what their lives are like three years later. Are the flashbacks to 2008 going to be the regular format for Season 7? Oh, and I thought it was interesting that Hurley has Jacob-like healing powers, which was never really confirmed on the show. Hurley's line, "They'll never be satisfied with answers," was pretty funny. It's basically describing LOST fans! Hehe. And Poor Desmond -- the Island never seems to be done with him! I also like how you revisited the Dharma photo of Chris. I'd almost forgotten about that. Ben suddenly deciding to search for Annie seems kinda weird. You'd think he would've done that when he was off the Island before. And some interesting cliffhangers -- I'm guessing it's Mittelwerk that's trying to get back to the Island, but I have no idea why anybody would kidnap Dawn and her son but leave Ryder and Ariel. I'm looking forward to part 2! --Celebok 07:40, October 1, 2010 (UTC)


I want say that i start re-read you story-Tom Jacob 20:18, October 10, 2010 (LT)

  • I have one question . You never explain about Howard camera why.-Tom Jacob 14:35, October 11, 2010 (LT)
    • Yes.-Tom Jacob 17:11, October 11, 2010 (LT)
      • I also find that in episode Break a Leg . Some people who don't existed disappeared from the photo.-Tom Jacob 19:02, October 11, 2010 (LT)


I see what you did with the flashbacks, basically getting caught up to the present day. It kinda makes me wonder what the format will be for upcoming episodes. I like how you answered why Walt was at Santa Rosa, that everyone thought he was crazy because he talked about the Island. Kinda like Sarah Connor in Terminator 2. Pretty cool twist at the end. I was trying to figure out what all the captured people have in common, and why they're all being forced back to the Island, but I couldn't figure it out, so I guess I'll have to wait and see! I'm also wondering what the connection is between their captors and the people who showed up at the Pala Ferry dock, or if they're basically the same group of people. Can't wait to see what happens next! --Celebok 00:35, October 12, 2010 (UTC)

I just read 7.02 episode and want say he was good .I just don't understand who kidnapped Steve,Dawn,Sawyer, Kate, Miles, Richard, Aaron, Desmond,Charlie,Robert and Rachel.--Tom Jacob 19:12, October 13, 2010 (LT)

I can't wait read next episode . I wish that you story never end.--Tom Jacob 23:02, October 16, 2010 (LT)

How many episodes this season have.--Tom Jacob 23:12, October 16, 2010 (LT)

So you say you write 10 episodes . So you story have Season 8.--Tom Jacob 23:20, October 16, 2010 (LT)


So Walt tell his grandmother about island and she don't believe him and she think that he is crazy and that send him to mental hospital. And I also love the part with Penny brother Noah . I never know that she have brother . Very good episode .--Tom Jacob 00:26 , October 17, 2010 (LT)


I think 7.03 should've been titled "Meet Keith Johnson".  :-) --Celebok 21:09, October 18, 2010 (UTC)

  • I thought it was interesting to see the rest of Walt's story. I thought some of the scenes that were repeated from the show were a little longer than necessary (i.e. they could've been cut down to just one or two lines so that we'd recognize the scene and then continue with the stuff you added), but that's just a writing choice. I like how you brought Jill back into the story and made use of your earlier episode that established Jill as someone who can create fake identities for people. And also showing how Walt ended up at Santa Rosa. But at this point, I'm just hoping to find out what happens with all those people that got kidnapped in present time. --Celebok 01:31, October 20, 2010 (UTC)
  • Heh, well, it's not like the show hasn't done that several times! Like when one episode ended with the cliffhanger of Locke finding Anthony Cooper in Ben's basement, and then the next episode was all about Nikki and Paulo! --Celebok 10:40, October 20, 2010 (UTC)

Did past characters return

Did some characters like:Amon ,Craig,Dieter,Doug,Elliot,Eli,Faith,George,Howard,Jeff,Jim,Lance,Larry,Marc,Nancy,Nathan,Oscar,Richard,Sophia,Tracy,Tyson,Zander,Jed,Jake,Nadine,Lisa,Susan,Peter,Jessica,Dani,Travis appear in season 7 .--Tom Jacob 18:46, October 20, 2010 (LT)

All episodes

So you all episodes focus on orginal lost main characters.--Tom Jacob 23:38, October 22, 2010 (LT)

New chapter

Where new chapter.--Tom Jacob 20:40, October 28, 2010 (LT)

  • I just read new episode and want say that I love it . Show about Eloise past was good . I wait for next chapter . Maybe next chapter will by Claire flashback .--Tom Jacob 00:40, October 29, 2010 (LT)
    • Did new chapter coming soon or not--User:Tom Jacob/Sig 21:10, November 6, 2010 (LT)
      • Who have flashback in this episode.--User:Tom Jacob/Sig 21:35, November 6, 2010 (LT)


Just want to said how glad I am that you're back ;) --Station7 22:16, October 28, 2010 (UTC)

Eloise Faraday-Hawking, and Amy = Amelia!

I absolutely loved your Eloise chapter! You answered every question about Eloise's backstory that I wished the show had addressed! And it all makes perfect sense! You even added the bonus revelation of Amy = Amelia, thus explaining how Ethan became an Other. That definitely makes it pretty interesting that Amelia was looking at her own son outside Juliet's house when she said, "He still hasn't fixed your plumbing yet?" Plus some cool suprises in this chapter. I was totally not expecting Jacob to visit the jewelry shop, but it's about as good an explanation as we can get for how Eloise knew so much about Desmond's future. And I like the twist at the end, where you made it seem like we were seeing the birth of Daniel, but it turned out to be Noah! Great job, and I can't wait to read more! --Celebok 00:16, November 2, 2010 (UTC)


Why did I can't read new chapter.--User:Tom Jacob/Sig 16:16, November 8, 2010 (LT)

  • I want read so please fix it.--User:Tom Jacob/Sig 22:45, November 8, 2010 (LT)

RE: 7.05

Hey, that's great that you found another site that works. You posted the new chapter just in time, too, right when I would've looked for it anyway. I like the new color scheme, too!

Your account of the events leading up to Scott's death is better-played than mine. Mine simply had Scott leaving his guard post to go take a dump in the jungle! Hehe. And that's pretty funny and sad that Sawyer is still confusing Steve for Scott after all these years! And I liked Sawyer's interaction with Rachel. She seems like she'll be an interesting character, especially now that she's on the Island for the first time. I don't remember much from TLE, but I hadn't realized that Rachel never even heard of the Island. And thanks a lot for the cliffhanger with Mittelwerk pulling the trigger, but not revealing yet if Steve is dead or alive.  :-P --Celebok 00:52, November 9, 2010 (UTC)

  • I want say that I just read new chapter and I like it . But please don't kill Steve and also you need know that I always translate your story and put all episodes in my desktop..--User:Tom Jacob/Sig 20:19, November 9, 2010 (LT

Characters who don't appearance in flashsideway and characters who never moved on

I want ask why Doug,Tracy,Amon,Nathan,Faith,Eli,Jeff,Dieter never appearance in church and why Larry,Craig,George,Richard never appearance in flashsideway ?--User:Tom Jacob/Sig 21:05, November 11, 2010 (LT)

Your fan fiction.

I want say that your story it's so good and that I don't re-read all you story because I remember everything . I want ask how you have idea write Lost4ever.-- User:Tom Jacob/Sig 22:37, November 15, 2010 (LT)

  • So you just making four main characters and new you story have more that 40 main characters..-- User:Tom Jacob/Sig 23:31, November 15, 2010 (LT)
    • But you make characters flashback/flashforward/flashsideways where good because you show about their past and make special chronicles about main characters family members life after plane crash...-- User:Tom Jacob/Sig 23:34, November 15, 2010 (LT)
      • Where new episode it was two week without new episode..-- User:Tom Jacob/Sig 23:02, November 21, 2010 (LT)
        • I want ask when you post new episode.-- User:Tom Jacob/Sig 21:27, December 4, 2010 (LT)
          • So almost mean that maybe today I have read new chapter.-- User:Tom Jacob/Sig 22:31, December 4, 2010 (LT)

Done is Done

I want say that I like this chapter because I never imagination that Karen Decker was alive and I have one question how Mittelwerk find out that Sawyer,Juliet,Daniel,Jin and Miles was member of Dharma in 77.-- User:Tom Jacob/Sig 01:04 , November 28, 2010 (LT)

RE: 706

Hehe! Believe it or not, I was in the middle of reading your chapter when you posted that message!  :-) I hadn't checked in a while, but just suddenly thought to check your site today. It's good to see Sawyer back in action. The flashbacks didn't seem to reveal anything surprising about his backstory, but it was still interesting to see those extra bits that filled in the gaps, especially his decision to not try to change his past. I'm curious about why Mittelwerk's men captured Rose. Since Mittelwerk says he captured each person for a specific purpose, I'm guessing we'll learn about each one as the story progresses? And that's a pretty interesting twist at the end. I can't wait to see how that comes into play! --Celebok 01:06, November 30, 2010 (UTC)


I can't believe that Ryder and others return on the island and flashback was good Robbie want go in the island but Robbie don't know all thinks about the island and I can't believe that now all character are on the island . And you left question how Hurley , Walt and Ben return on the island did they return with submarine or other ways and I can't wait when Ryder return with Robert and find out why did Frank don't was in church for long time this mean that Frank have some secret . I can't wait see what happen characters on the island when there it's Mittelwerk and Savo.-- User:Tom Jacob/Sig


Hehe, it took me a while to realize what you meant about this being your "316". When the plane landed on Hydra Island with those people on it, I kept wondering if something had happened in a previous chapter that I'd completely forgotten about, and I thought I just had a really horrible memory! Then when the flashback started in the Lamp Post, I immediately realized what you were doing. Hehe. I thought it was kinda weird how easily Frank was able to get the plane with his "private flight with friends" excuse. I'm not sure such a thing would be allowed these days. I think it would've been more interesting to have him sneak his group onto the plane, and get chased by the National Guard and barely escape or something. But I don't know if that would've messed up any part of your story that I'm not aware of. And now Ryder and Dawn are yet again separated and trying to find each other on the Island, a never-ending recurring theme for them! --Celebok 01:35, December 7, 2010 (UTC)

  • Hehe, well, that explanation for Frank works, I suppose!  :-) Hehe, not wanting to introduce a bunch of redshirts. Yeah, because no one's a redshirt in your stories!  :-) --Celebok 07:23, December 7, 2010 (UTC)

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

I just want say Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.--User:Tom Jacob/Sig

New chapter

Did you have idea where you new chapter end and how you got there . If you have idea that please say when you post next chapter--User:Tom Jacob/Sig

  • So you finally have ide where you chapter end or still not.--User:Tom Jacob/Sig

Stations visit

Could you edit at User:Crash815/Stations, who has visit the most stations. It would be nice to see ;) --Station7 17:16, January 2, 2011 (UTC)

Thanks. Great job :) --Station7 09:23, January 4, 2011 (UTC)


I just read new you chapter and I want say that it was good chapter and I love Frank storyline.--User:Tom Jacob/Sig

Re: Our favorite pilot

Cool! Thanks for letting me know! I've been checking your site about once a week for a new chapter. I'll probably read this tomorrow during lunch. Not only did I start a new job a few weeks ago, but I also got a new Android smartphone, so I can read your stories on that instead of having to print them out.  :-) --Celebok 06:15, January 10, 2011 (UTC)

  • That was a pretty cool Lapidus story. Frank has been one of my favorite characters ever since he was introduced. I like how you tied in his "amen" from the finale with the backstory you gave him. --Celebok 21:12, January 11, 2011 (UTC)

Season 8

Did you plan write Season 8 for you story or Season 7 will by last.--Tom Jacob

New chapters

Well, it's great to see you back with new chapters! It's sure been a while! (I'm falling behind in my own story as well.) Okay, so... I think I read 709 shortly after you posted it, and I probably just didn't have time to comment on it at the time, but regardless, I'm going to have to read it again to remember what happened! Then it'll be fresh in my mind for 710. Hehe. --Celebok 21:49, March 21, 2011 (UTC)

  • Oh yeah! Now I remember. Yeah, that was pretty interesting that you wrote a story to explain "Taller Walt"! I just wonder about Hurley's motive for sending Walt on that mission. Was Hurley trying to change the past and prevent Widmore's people from coming to the Island, or was he simply trying to ensure that Walt visited Locke because that's what was "supposed to" happen? And the whole Rachel/Malick/Mittelwerk storyline was a bit hard for me to follow, because I never paid much attention to The Lost Experience or any of its articles on Lostpedia. Oh, and that's kind of interesting that you reintroduced your FST. I guess you obviously have more of that story to tell! I'll continue with 710 a bit later... --Celebok 22:36, March 21, 2011 (UTC)


That was pretty good! I like how you tied in some of Charlotte's dying words into the FST, kinda like Juliet's "we'll go dutch". And... Miles and Nikki??! Hehehe. I assume Nikki and Paulo had their awakening. Poor Miles seeing all these people being awakened around him but not knowing what's happening. I was a bit confused about the Zodiac raft. I don't remember what happened to it in your story. Pretty cool twist at the end. I like how you basically mirrored the scene with Locke discovering Cooper tied up. Looking forward to the next chapter! --Celebok 22:43, March 22, 2011 (UTC)

Chapter 7.09

I want say that I have read chapter 7.09 long time ago on weekend I plan read 7.10 . I want say that I love that you have Rachel backstory and explain how Walt appear to Locke in Season 3 finale . But you make one error :How Walt know about Naomi . Hurley don't say to Walt about Naomi and Walt don't was on the island went Naomi and Jack appear in radio tower . And no one say Naomi name to Walt . So how Walt know about Naomi if one mention her to him . --Tom Jacob


I'm sorry that I didn't respond, but I'm busy with other Wikis. Maybe I will read it ;) --Station7 23:22, March 26, 2011 (UTC)


It's good to see you still writing ;) --Station7 05:52, April 1, 2011 (UTC)

Nice flashbacks, brotha!

Interesting that you decided to cover Desmond's backstory, and how you answered questions like why he had to look after his three brothers, and why he was in a military prison. I also liked seeing his point of view of Faraday knocking on the hatch door. You got me worried with him finishing Our Mutual Friend! Aarghhh, cliffhanger!!! --Celebok 22:47, April 4, 2011 (UTC)

  • Yeah, as soon as I saw that Desmond was reading something, I was actually thinking he was going to die at the end of this chapter! Oh, and speaking of cliffhangers, I just realized that in true "LOST" fashion, you didn't come back to the previous chapter's cliffhanger where Miles found his father alive! Heh. --Celebok 02:50, April 5, 2011 (UTC)

RE: Autism

Thank you for your support :D I didn't know that you had an Asperger-Syndrome. At the moment, I'm sick, so I can't do much. My sweet mother made me sick, but it's not her fault. Now, I can't work and I will miss Saturday, when we actually did go shopping :( I've post it at the first section of my userpage. Still, thank you for your support :) --Station7 20:14, April 7, 2011 (UTC)

Miles centric episode

I just want say that I finish read chapter 7.10 . This chapter was really good . Good storyline for Miles . So Pierre is alive that is good . But I don't like Verena death . She was one of my favorite characters and now there are just left two orginal main characters Janelle and Dexter maybe you don't kill them . Also I like Miles flashsideway story and see Nikki and Paulo in the world . Also I like Danielle and Charlotte awaking but I am so sorry for Miles he saw flash but don't remember much . I think that Miles never by aweking because there arent people who can aweking him.--User:Tom Jacob/Sig

From Vietnam War Vet to Dentist to Island Hero

Bernard having a military background was kind of a logical guess to explain how he knew Morse code and how to fire a gun. And I see you subscribe to a theory I'd seen on Lostpedia before that Bernard and Rose had their flash-sideways "awakening" on Flight 815, which I thought was rather interesting when I first read it. You did a nice job at portraying that scenario. I'm probably gonna have to go back and reread your entire Season 7 at some point, because I'm having that problem again where I completely lose track of where everyone is! It's sad that Bernard died, but it's nice that he at least died a hero. --Celebok 03:02, April 20, 2011 (UTC)

The Protectors

I want say that I read you new chapter after you post it . And I like how you explain how Ben , Chris , Walt become canditades and so in end of chapter Sam are new protector.--Tom Jacob

Jacob's been busy!

That was a rather interesting chapter full of Jacob-touch flashbacks. It almost makes it seem like Jacob touched everyone who came to the Island, or perhaps everyone who's on the Island at this point, as well as the final six candidates as of Jacob's death. I'm pretty confused about Sam becoming the new protector. We get flashbacks of Jacob touching a bunch of characters, but Sam wasn't one of them! And did I miss or forget something about Sam that led Hurley to choose him, or is that still yet to be revealed? --Celebok 01:51, April 23, 2011 (UTC)


Nice job answering the mysteries of both Annie and Olivia... with an interesting unexpected twist at the end! I also like that you did something with The Door. I never did quite believe that the Others would've built that thing into the side of the cliff just to fool the survivors. And... I can't say I'm terribly devastated by the death of Kate.  ;-) --Celebok 02:00, May 4, 2011 (UTC)


On the other hand, Desmond's vision of Claire and Aaron getting on the helicopter is one of those mysteries that I was least interested in. But it's cool that you still managed to resolve it. I see that you apparently favor the common Claire-died-in-the-rocket-grenade-explosion theory, which I was never a fan of. And it's interesting seeing the gaps in Claire's story from when Christian first appeared, through her time with the Others, because I'm working on those aspects for my own story right now. AARGHHH, evil cliffhanger!! --Celebok 21:24, May 9, 2011 (UTC)


Okay, yeah, I wasn't nearly as sad about Kate's death as I was about Hurley's! But I like the Penny/Libby connection you came up with. I vaguely remember seeing a theory a long time ago that Libby was either related or connected to Widmore. And it looks like Mittelwerk is trying to do something with the Losties' children for some reason. Weird. --Celebok 21:28, May 18, 2011 (UTC)

Dr. Ponytail

Things are really getting intense! I like the way you've written the story here. I hope Sawyer gets to settle his score with "Dr. Ponytail"! Hehe, great nickname. Oh, that was kind of interesting that those were Mittelwerk's men spying on the Oceanic Six. It did bug me that the show never answered that question, but I ended up assuming they worked for Widmore. And it was pretty cool seeing Ben saving the day! I'm looking forward to your finale! --Celebok 07:41, May 27, 2011 (UTC)

By the way...

If you haven't seen, I'm now at the point in my story that takes place on the Island in January 2005, after Ben turned the frozen wheel. I'm doing something different from what you did... instead of the tailies experiencing the time flashes like your characters, I'm having them stay in present time with the rest of the Others, so we get to see this part of the timeline from the Others' point of view. It's basically my own miniature story arc that covers the few events that we know took place on the Island during the three years that the Oceanic Six were off the Island. --Celebok 07:53, May 27, 2011 (UTC)


Uhh... you still around? Is your finale coming soon? Just wondering.  :-) --Celebok 22:37, June 14, 2011 (UTC)

  • Ah, okay, good. I was afraid that maybe you'd already gone back to your two-year mission trip before finishing the finale.  :-) --Celebok 20:10, June 17, 2011 (UTC)
  • Thanks for the updates! --Celebok 00:09, June 23, 2011 (UTC)


Okay, I've read Part 1 so far. I'll probably read parts 2 and 3 in the next couple of days. I like what you did with other people's flash-sideways awakenings (Richard and Isabella, Alex and Karl, Michael and Walt). By the way, it looks like part of the text in Part 1 gets cut off, about two thirds down, where Walt is approaching the Heart of the Island and hears various characters' last words. --Celebok 19:22, July 7, 2011 (UTC)

  • Okay, I finished the rest of it! Pretty cool ending. I noticed right away when I first saw the "October 29" at the beginning of Part 1 that it was obvious I wasn't supposed to know just yet whether it's a flashforward, flashback or flash-sideways. Desmond didn't pick his own son?!? Hehe. So if time were to ever permit in the future, would you plan on doing a Season 8, perhaps focusing on this next generation of characters? Oh, and I do have a couple of questions about things that confused me:
    • Why were Savo and Vanderfield so interested in who the current Protector was?
    • Why did Mittelwerk assume that he was immune to the virus, and why was he actually not immune?
Oh, and thanks for the tip about the hidden text in Walt's Heart-of-the-Island scene. Yeah, that part was pretty important in knowing Walt's fate! That's interesting that he actually freed all those whispery souls, so they were all able to have their own "moving on" ceremony together. Anyway, good luck on your trip, and I look forward to any further writings you may produce in the future! --Celebok 23:10, July 8, 2011 (UTC)

Dear, Crash815, please update your site http://lost4ever.bravehost.com.

Hi, I’m reading all the story but I couldn’t find any place to read the seventh season (the page in which you posted the chapters is not working). Could you send me the chapters or tell me where can I find them? Thanks.