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Prisoner and hostage situations have been used repeatedly in the storyline of Lost. Hostage situations are broadly defined as the taking of prisoners with a specific and separate objective other than kidnapping as its own reason.


Hostage situations


Kate, among other customers, is held hostage at the bank ("Whatever the Case May Be")


Bernard, Sayid and Jin are held at gunpoint ("Through the Looking Glass")

Prisoner situations


Sayid is captured by U.S. soldiers ("One of Them")


"Henry Gale" is held in The Swan's gun vault ("Two for the Road")
Anthony Cooper is held prisoner by the Others ("The Man from Tallahassee")

The Lost Experience

See also

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Force Legend:
The Burning Galaxy

Dalton Wylind[1]

Cover artist

Dalton Wylind[2]

Publication information

Darth Wylind Productions

Release date

October 17 ,2009—present[3]

Media type

Anthology eBook


29 (in progress)




Old Republic era


Force Legend Series

Force Legend: The Burning Galaxy is an anthology of stories taking place within the Force Legend Series written by Dalton Wylind and published by Darth Wylind Productions. It began release on October 17, 2009.[3]




Download: Abduction

The Lebela crew arrives at Korriban, and attempts to infiltrate the Sith Academy. The plan backfires, however, as Darth Samah manages to capture Nopin Leve before then fleeing the planet. Keese and the rest of the Lebela crew attempt to pursue Samah, but their plans are foiled as they loose the trail. Keese then commands Vin to fly them to a remote location, where Tisare decrypts a holocron Keese had stolen from Samah's quarters in the Sith Academy. The group eventually discovers that Samah had actually wanted Keese to find the holocron, and its message taunts them into traveling to Romin. Meanwhile, Nopin is held captive, and falls victim to Samah's attempts to corrupt him to the dark side. Nopin's trust in Keese is fragmented, and his loyalty to the Jedi Order ceases.

Later, while traveling to Romin, the Lebela is attacked by a Sith warship commanded by Commodore Leeiam Quincy, and Lebela is severely damaged and its crew taken captive. Keese, Vin, and Tisare manage to escape captivity, and become stowaways on-board the Sith ship, while Jani, HK-48, and R2-B3 are taken captive.

All happening simultaneously, Jedi Master Marh Nassi is assigned by Vice-Admiral Noit Vidon to find and rescue the now-missing Niare and its crew. Nassi gladly accepts the mission, and travels to Romin, the Niare’s last known position, and then meets Republic Colonel Sapp. Sapp, after speaking with Nassi, reveals that he doesn't know the Niare’s location, but knows that Conto the Hutt, a powerful crime lord on Romin, does. Sapp joins with Nassi, and the two traveled to Conto's safehouse.

Friends and Families

Friends and Families will be told through a first-person perspective from Noit Vidon. It will chronicle Vidon and Sapp's relationship, growing military careers, and the two homosexuals' hidden and forbidden love for one another.[4]


Download: Liberation

Keese Somar, a 19 year-old Jedi Knight of three weeks, is assigned aboard the RS Niare to destroy a prototype Sith warship. Somar and his friend, fellow Jedi Knight Nopin Leve, succeed in destroying the Sith warship, completing their mission. Afterwards, Somar enters a brief love encounter with Vin Yiana, a female Human corporal in the Republic Military. Captain Kacj Abru informs Somar that he is to return to Dantooine, at the Jedi Enclave.

Abru and the Niare drop off Somar, and, at the Jedi Council's request, Yiana as well. The two's peaceful return to the Enclave is cut short, when mercenaries attack the Enclave. The Council quickly eliminates the assailants suffering no casualties. The following morning, Somar and Leve, along with Yiana and an astromech droid, R2-B3, join the renowned Jedi Master Kavar aboard his personal starship, the Lebela. Together, the group's mission is to free the world of Anon from a Sith planet-wide quarantine, enforced by a blockade of warships. The Lebela's stealth systems are used to get the group onto Anon's surface, where they then meet up with Jani Mespar, a semi-retired bounty hunter, and Tisare Tesona, a Force-sensitive slicer.

The group manages to destroy the Sith embassy on Anon, which inspires the citizens of Anon to riot against the Sith, driving them from the world and making siege to the blockade. The Lebela crew returns to Coruscant, where Kavar informs them that he must leave on his own mission and that they are now together by themselves, and that the group has another mission: to find and capture or eliminate Darth Samah. Without Kavar, the group leaves Coruscant, setting out on their new mission.

Origins of the Commanders

Origins of the Commanders will chronicle the childhoods and early lives of Sapp and Noit Vidon.[4]


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Organizations and titles

Sentient species

Vehicles and vessels

Weapons and technology


Behind the scenes

Dalton Wylind first announced the eBook on September 23, 2009 in his Star Wars Fanon user blog. On October 6, 2009, Wylind released the eBook's official title.[4]

On Octiber 17, 2009, he released Liberation, the first content to be released for TBG.[3]

Notes and references

  1. List of works by Dalton Wylind
  2. Media file: The Burning Galaxy’ cover on Star Wars Fanon
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Media file: Liberation at Star Wars Fanon
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2  "Rocktober Update," Darth Wylind's Star Wars Fanon blog

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From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

I don't know, but I'll tell you where we're not.

A group of Maximals and Autobots are abducted by Unicron into a multiverse-spanning conflict.

Transformers Universe > Issue # 1
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Universe issue #1

Story: Glen Hallit, Dan Khanna
Script: Simon Furman
Pencils: Dan Khanna
Inks: Serge Lapointe, Chuck Gibson, Terry Pallot
Colors: Hi-Fi Design, Blond, Dan Khanna
Lettering: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
Post Production and Assist: Blue Olive Studios

  • Originally published: Summer 2003


Somewhere in the depths of space, seven balls of glowing energy streak out of a void...

On the reformatted technorganic Cybertron, Rook reports on the return to Cybertron of some long-lost travelers. After some banter from Cheetor and Rattrap, the ship lands, and its passengers disembark: the long-absent Autobots Trailbreaker, Sideswipe, Sunstreaker, Shadow Striker and Roulette. Sideswipe is shocked by the changes to Cybertron, while Sunstreaker just basks in the adulation.

Without warning, what appear to be fireworks strike the five Autobots, as well as Blackarachnia and Silverbolt, and whisk them away, leaving a bewildered Rook behind. The seven abductees materialize in an unknown location. Blackarachnia notes that the place is crawling with evil...and a booming voice welcomes them to The Pit!

Within Cybertron, Primus and Alpha Trion confer on the Enemy's rising plans.

Back in the Pit, Silverbolt is painfully rebuilt into his Beast Wars-era body. Soon he is reunited with the others and sees that Sideswipe and Sunstreaker have likewise been recreated into new forms. The group travels across a thin bridge over a bubbling cauldron...from which emerge hordes of fiery demon-like creatures. Though the Transformers fight well, they are soon captured by the weight of numbers and brought into a nearby arena.

As the group is led into cages, Blackarachnia resists—and is promptly bashed into place by Tankor. The other watching Generals explain: Obsidian is from an alternate Cybertron where he seized power. As for the Tigerhawk lookalike, know that he is Razorclaw, that his reality is not yours, and while he shares Tigerhawk's dual spark and Vok heritage...he is not he! Er, him. That is, he's not Tigerhawk.

Obsidian explains that they are here simply to fight and die. As an example, two Autobots who have already succumbed to the madness are turned loose on each other. After a fierce battle, Smokescreen is destroyed by Smokescreen, his Spark consumed by Unicron.

On Cybertron, Primus feels a part of himself devoured. He and Alpha Trion call forth their champion...the revived Optimus Primal!


  • Rattrap's eyeballs. Guh.

Items of note

  • Razorclaw may well be Rockbuster, as the video-pack redeco of Razorclaw is nearly indistinguishable from Rockbuster.
  • Though an Autobot-sized, retro-colored Ultra ape Optimus Primal is brought out of the Matrix by Primus and Alpha Trion, the "foul radiation" of the Pit later changes him, leaving him "forever stamped 'unclean'" -- and also in his Universe colors.

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