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The prefix CC indicates an audio story in the Companion Chronicles series.

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It is by definition non-canon, but generally distinct from intentionally fake hoaxes or humorous fan parody material.

PB&J is the fan-given name to the romantic relationship between Claire (the Pregnant Babe) and Charlie (the Junkie). Other fan-given names to the pairing of Charlie and Claire are: CC (for the first letter of each of their names), Chaire (for Charlie and Claire), The Moth and the Butterfly (a reference to "The Moth") and Sugarplum Fairies. Such nicknames for pairings are also more generally known as 'ships (short for "relationships").



Season 1

  • 1x03 "Tabula Rasa" - Day 2: Charlie helps Claire with the luggage. He asks her about the baby and if her husband was on the flight, she answers that she isn’t married and adds: “I know, how modern of me” he instead tells her “Who needs men right? Bloody useless”, she laughs.
  • 1x05 "White Rabbit" - Day 6: Claire faints because of the heat. Charlie helps carry an unconscious Claire into shade. When she wakes up he brings her some water and tells her that there would be more if “some git hadn’t nicked it”. Claire thanks him as he is the only one who looks her in the eye because she scares everyone else, it’s like she is “this time bomb of responsibility just waiting to go off”. He nods but smiles and tells her that she doesn’t scare him.
  • 1x08 "Confidence Man" - Days 9-10: Charlie brings her two bottles of water as a “morning delivery”. Claire thanks him and tells him that he’s sweet. Charlie tries to convince Claire to move to the caves. They make a bet; if he can bring her peanut butter she'll move to the caves. Later Charlie brings an empty jar and they eat imaginary peanut butter together. They walk to the caves together.
  • 1x10 "Raised by Another" - Days 15-16: Claire wakes up from a nightmare as Charlie tries to calm her down. Later they share a cup of tea together and he tells her that he could be her friend, she is touched but doesn’t reply and he leaves telling her that “it’s cool”. Claire wakes up again screaming after claiming to be attacked. Charlie reassures her that he’ll be with her all night. He seems to be the only one who believes that someone is really after her, so he follows her when she makes her way back to the beach after Jack tries to give her a sedative. As they continue to head back to the beach, Claire starts having contractions and Charlie offers to deliver the child himself but accidentally reveals that he is a recovering drug addict. Claire is stunned and yells at him to get Jack. Charlie returns to her side after telling Ethan to get Jack. He tries to calm her down and they talk about the psychic that she visited before getting on the plane. After her contractions stopped, Charlie finally convinces Claire to head back to the caves. As they’re on their way they’re stopped by Ethan; he is staring eerily at Claire.
    "What? No, no it's not. It's full, full to the brim, with stick to the roof of your mouth, oh, god, makes you want a glass of milk extra smooth. It's the best bloody peanut butter I've ever tasted. You want some?"
  • 1x11 "All the Best Cowboys Have Daddy Issues" - Day 16: They have both been taken by Ethan. When Charlie is found and revived, all he thinks about is Claire.
  • 1x12 "Whatever the Case May Be" - Days 21-22: Charlie is traumatized because of the disappearance of Claire, and he feels guilty for her kidnapping. That night, he cries because of her.
  • 1x14 "Special" - Days 26-27: Charlie is searching for Claire’s possessions, including her diary. He punches Sawyer when he suspects that he read Claire’s diary. Charlie admits to Kate that every day Claire is gone, it feels like bits of him are crumbling. Though he tries hard not to, he reads her diary, calling himself a “bloody scum” for doing so. It doesn't last long, and eventually he enjoys the fact that she has written how he makes her feel safe and that she likes him.
  • 1x15 "Homecoming" - Days 27-29: Claire returns with amnesia. Charlie returns the diary to her hoping that she’ll regain her memory. He tells her that they’re friends. Charlie doesn’t tell Claire anything about Ethan, because he doesn't want to traumatize her. When she finds out anyway, she gets mad at him Charlie keeping her in the dark, and volunteers to act as bait in a trap to get Ethan. When the mission works, Charlie shoots an already bound Ethan, killing him in cold blood. At the end of the episode, Claire tells Charlie that she remembers peanut butter but doesn’t know why and that she wants to trust him.
  • 1x16 "Outlaws" - Days 29-31: Claire tells Charlie that she is having dreams and that he’s in them. She asks him if he wants to take a walk but he declines out of guilt. Later that day, Charlie approaches Claire and asks her if she wants to take that walk, she agrees.
  • 1x17 "...In Translation" - Days 32-34: Charlie and Claire are seen walking together as they witness an argument between Jin and Sun. Later Charlie brings some food to Claire.
  • 1x20 "Do No Harm" - Days 41-42: Claire delivers her baby in the middle of the jungle with Kate, Charlie and Jin by her side.
  • 1x21 "The Greater Good" - Day 42: Claire hasn’t slept since the birth of her baby in fear of something happening to him but Charlie convinces her to rest by promising her that he won’t let anything happen to the baby. When nothing seems to quiet him, Charlie discovers that the baby boy likes the sound of Sawyer's voice.
  • 1x22 "Born to Run" - Day 43: Claire is cutting Charlie’s hair. He offers for her and the baby to stay with him in Los Angeles when they get rescued. She doesn’t give him an answer but thanks him.

Season 2

Bonding after Ana and Libby's death.
* 2x02 "Adrift" - Days 44-45: Claire finds a Virgin Mary statue in Charlie's bag.
  • 2x04 "Everybody Hates Hugo" - Day 46: In a montage sequence at the end of the episode, Charlie finally delivers peanut butter to Claire.
  • 2x06 "Abandoned" - Days 47-48: Charlie scolds Claire on waking up Aaron from his nap, which Claire internalizes. After having a comforting conversation with Locke, Claire scolds Charlie for imagining himself to be Aaron's father.
  • 2x10 "The 23rd Psalm" - Day 50: Claire finds out about the heroine inside the Virgin Mary statue, and distances herself from Charlie, thinking that he is still the addict he arrived on the island as. At the end of the episode, Charlie tries to apologize, but it rebuffed.
  • 2x12 "Fire + Water" - Days 54-56: On the outs with Claire (she asks him to give him some 'space'), Charlie begins having hallucinations about saving Aaron from various dangers - only to snap out of them with the realization that it's himself putting the baby in danger. Claire turns on him, slapping him across the face after his second episode. Convinced by Eko that Aaron needs to be baptized, Charlie tries to convince Claire. At one point he steals Aaron and runs with him to the ocean to do the procedure himself, but he is stopped by Locke and the others. Charlie tries to tell Locke that he should go away and that he is 'not [Aaron's] father', to which Locke replies that neither is Charlie. Though he seems completely unsuccessful, Claire later follows through with the plan, having herself baptized as well.
  • 2x22 "Three Minutes" - Day 65: Charlie gives the vaccination to Claire, which he found in the Hatch after reading the instructions. Claire appears to be warming towards him, though it's implied they've had little contact since the events of "Fire + Water".
  • 2x23 "Live Together, Die Alone" - Day 67: Claire kisses Charlie for the first time.

Season 3

"Not them, they'll be fine -- for a while."
  • 3x03 "Further Instructions" - Day 69: During Locke's drug-induced hallucination, he sees Charlie, Claire and Aaron together in an airport, acting like a happy family.
  • 3x04 "Every Man for Himself" - Day 70 or 71: Desmond sees the first of his visions regarding Charlie.
  • 3x08 "Flashes Before Your Eyes" - Day 73: Desmond saves Claire from drowning in the ocean, and Charlie exhibits strains of jealousy when Claire is appreciative. Later that night, after getting him drunk, Charlie leans that Desmond was in fact saving Charlie - who would have died trying to save Claire himself. Charlie learns that eventually, and soon, he is going to die.
  • 3x12 "Par Avion" - Day 80: Charlie sets up a date for him and Claire, which despite its cuteness is cut short by a premonition from Desmond. Claire notices the bird migration, and she initially gets upset that Charlie won't support her plan of tying notes to their legs to secure rescue. In her frustration to get the truth, she approaches Desmond, who reveals his flashes and that Charlie would have died trying to get Claire one of her birds. Later that day, Claire is no longer angry at Charlie, and together they write a rescue note. As the bird is flying away, Claire reveals that she knows of Charlie's fate, and that she had never given up hope for him.
CHARLIE (reading the letter): To whom it may concern, we are survivors of Oceanic Flight 815. We have survived on this island for 80 days. We were 6 hours into the flight when the pilot said we were off course and turned back towards Fiji. We hit turbulence and crashed. We’ve been waiting here, all this time, waiting for rescue that has not come. We do not know where we are, we only know you have not found us. We’ve done our best to live on this island. Some of us have come to accept that we may never leave it. Not all of us have survived since the crash, but there is new life too, and with it, there is hope. We are alive. Please don’t give up on us.
CHARLIE: It’s—it’s perfect, Claire.
CLAIRE: You know, I’m not giving up on you either, Charlie. It’s gonna be okay. You’re gonna be okay. We’ll get through this together.
  • 3x16 "One of Us" - Days 82-84: Claire gets sick from lack of Juliet's hormonal treatment, and Charlie displays near-frantic levels of concern. Towards the end of the episode, Charlie is seen sleeping in Claire's tent, one finger in Aaron's crib and his other hand holding Claire's. Claire wakes up, healthy again, and she and Charlie share a loving look.
Charlie and Claire's last kiss.
  • 3x21 "Greatest Hits" - Day 90: Fearing the end of his life, Charlie makes a list of his own 'Greatest Hits'. In the most sacred position he writes THE NIGHT I MET YOU, in his mind recalling how he wandered over to her the night of the crash and they had a conversation. Before he leaves on his mission to the Looking Glass with Desmond, Charlie and Claire kiss. Charlie leaves his ring - a family heirloom to be passed on from father to son - in Aaron's crib.
  • 3x22 "Through the Looking Glass" - Day 91: Charlie dies in the Looking Glass station, in the hopes that his actions will get Claire and Aaron onto the helicopter Desmond saw in his visions. As he dies, Aaron breaks out in uncontrollable sobs. Naomi's radio begins working, to which she tells Claire that her boyfriend saved them all.

Season 4

  • 4x01 "The Beginning of the End" - Day 91: At the radio tower, Claire is changing Aaron while Sun and Rose make innuendos, Rose going as far to say that since Charlie saved them all, Claire "better make sure you treat him real good when we get back." Claire seems bashful but pleased. That night, amid a sea of reunions, Claire looks for Charlie when the Radio Tower group reconnects with the main. Realizing that she doesn't know yet, Hurley tells Claire of Charlie's death, and they hug each other as they cry.

Season 5

  • 5x17 "The Incident" - Day 4, 2007: Sun finds Charlie's family heirloom D.S. ring, originally intended to be given to Aaron. Through this, it is implied that Claire never found the ring, or the list he made for her.

Unanswered Questions

  • Were Claire and Charlie ever intimate?

External Links

  • The story of Charlie and Claire from "Par Avion" Part 1 and Part 2
  • The story of Charlie and Claire in "One of Us"
  • The story of Charlie and Claire from "Greatest Hits" Part 1 and Part 2

See Also

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File:Clan chat button.pngFile:Friend icon.gifFile:Recruit icon.gifFile:Corporal icon.gifFile:Sergeant icon.gifFile:Lieutenant icon.gifFile:Captain icon.pngFile:General icon.gifFile:Channelowner icon.gifFile:Jagexmod icon.png
This article is about the in-game feature in general. For information on the official channel for users of this wiki (R S Wikia), see RuneScape:Clan Chat.
"CC" redirects here. For other uses, see CC (disambiguation).
Clan Chat icon
Messages sent through Clan Chat appear in red text in the chat window.

The Clan Chat feature allows any player to create their own chat channel and assign ranks to other players in their channel. Similarly to public chat, any messages sent in a chat channel are seen by all players in that channel, except if the sender is on any player's ignore list or vice versa.

Clan Chat is available to members and non-members, and was released in the Clan Chat update on the 6 August 2007[1]. Players do not need to set up their own channel in order to use someone else's.

Players in a Clan Chat channel send messages in the same way as with public chat, except using a slash (/) at the beginning of every line. The slash does not appear when the message is displayed. As with private chat, the other players can be logged into any server.


Creating a channel

Any player can set up their own Clan Chat channel.

Any player can create their own channel, using the "Clan Setup" button in the Clan Chat interface:

The player will then be presented with an interface that allows them to set ranks for people on their Friends List and control who can enter, talk, and kick other players from the channel. They can also set a channel name of up to twelve characters, which will appear on the side of the chat box to indicate something said on that channel. Censorship still applies to the channel name, and Jagex has made it so the word "mod" cannot be included in the name either (e.g. "I Am A Mod" or even "Gamemode").

Players that have the rank required to kick others in the channel can only kick those with rank lower than theirs, for example, a general with kick power cannot kick other generals. They are free to kick those at captain rank or below, however, the channel owner may not approve (and can lower their rank). Players kicked from a channel cannot re-enter for an hour; in addition, those on the channel owner's ignore list cannot enter a channel at any time.

If a channel reaches the player limit (100) and any ranked player tries to join, another player with a lower rank than the one entering will be kicked to make room. Otherwise, any other person will be told "This chat is currently full", and will have to wait until someone leaves to rejoin.

A Jagex moderator can always join a chat, will always be able to chat on it, and can kick any player off the chat. The owner of the Clan Chat is free to give them any rank he/she wishes, however.

While Paul Gower's RuneScape account has his own Clan Chat channel, players cannot join it because they don't have a high enough rank. Players can access Paul's Clan Chat by being one of his friends. Paul usually has his private chat on friends.

In addition, while some Jagex moderators such as Mod Alistair, Mod Peter, Mod Mark H, Mod Nexus, and Mod Emilee have Clan Chat channels, many moderators do not have channels at all.

Using a channel

Any player in the Clan Chat channel can see the other players' names and servers.

To enter a chat channel, players simply click on the "Join Chat" button in the Clan Chat interface. The name of the player hosting the channel must be entered in the message box. Once this is done, the player is able to send messages to other players in the channel by writing messages in the public chat box with a slash before them.

The Clan Chat interface shows the name and creator of the channel the player is currently chatting on. In addition, each player in the channel (up to 100) is shown on a list, along with their channel rank and current world.

Players not on the channel owner's friends list do not have a rank icon; players on the owner's friends list but not assigned any other rank have a friend icon; and each of the other ranks (except channel owner) are assigned by the owner to other players on his/her friends list.

When performing Friends List cleanups, a strategy often used to determine who should be deleted is to attempt to enter the person's Clan Chat. If the joiner's name does not have at least "Friend" symbol next to it, then the channel owner should be removed since the Clan Owner does not have them on their list.

If a player is kicked from the chat, the player will be able to rejoin after one hour. If everyone has left the Clan Chat, it will reset as anyone who has accidentally or intentionally been kicked will be able to rejoin the chat.

On 15 October 2008, Jagex released an update that shows all players in the same chat channel as purple dots on the minimap.

As a update on 13 October 2009, if you log out while joined to a Clan Chat and log back in, you will still be in that Clan Chat.

Note that some of these icons do not show up properly on a white background

Clan Chat Ranks
Sym Rank
File:Friend icon.gif Friend
File:Recruit icon.gif Recruit
File:Corporal icon.gif Corporal
File:Sergeant icon.gif Sergeant
File:Lieutenant icon.gif Lieutenant
File:Captain icon.png Captain
File:General icon.gif General
File:Channelowner icon.gif Channel owner
File:Jagexmod icon.png Jagex moderator
Mod Poppy and Mod Sallyd making an appearance at a forum event.

The interface also contains a button for players to enter or leave a channel. Note that Jagex moderators have powers equivalent to a channel owner if they join a channel.

Players who are breaking rules in chat channels can be reported using the report abuse button as normal.


Main article: LootShare

LootShare is another feature that Jagex added to the Clan Chat in the LootShare update of the 16 October 2007[2]. When LootShare is active, all players within a 16-square radius of a fallen monster have a chance to get the drop. There is an additional message in the chat box that informs the clan who received the drop, and what the drop was. Furthermore, receiving substandard drops or none at all increases the chances that a player will get a more valuable drop the next time.

To activate LootShare, the owner of the clan must enable it through the Clan Setup menu, then each member of the clan must activate it as well. It should be noted that the minimum clan rank needed to engage in LootShare is "Friend." In addition, when LootShare is activated it requires 2 minutes to begin working.

LootShare is only available in certain worlds, noted by the world select screen. LootShare does not work for player-killing.

The Chat Directory sticky

If players are looking for a Clan Chat channel to join, they may try looking in the Chat Directory sticky in the RuneScape Forums. Sometimes a player may not come across an unoccupied channel, but a few of them are popular.

Members may also advertise their Clan Chat there. Players are only allowed to advertise the chat channel relating to the username who posted it.


Codyr122 appears in the Clan Chat more than once.
  • A glitch occasionally causes players to appear multiple times in a Clan Chat channel.
  • On 8 July when the interface was updated, players were temporarily able to add themselves to their ignore list. Consequently, anyone with their own name on their ignore list was rendered unable to enter his or her own Clan Chat for as long as the name remained on their ignore list. Furthermore, if players added themselves to their friends lists, they could give themselves a different rank in their own Clan Chat channels. This did not affect any in-clan functions, however, and the person retained the "owner" rank.
  • There is a rare glitch where a Clan Chat window displays that a certain player is in the Clan Chat channel; however, they are not actually in the channel, and are unremovable/unkickable even by the channel owner. This can be fixed by disabling then enabling your Clan Chat channel.
  • When clan chats were first added to the game, some players could not talk, even if they had the proper rank to do so.

See also

External links

  • "Controls - Clan Chat", the RuneScape manual


  1. ^ Game Update "Clan Chat", 2007-08-06
  2. ^ Game Update "LootShare", 2007-10-16

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From TibiaWiki

File:Convince Creature.gif

This is one of the Summon Runes. Convince Creature
It can only be used with level 16 and magic level 5 or higher.

Item Class: Summon Runes
Incantation: adeta sio
Weight: 1.20 oz.
Used by: Any player with Magic Level 5+ and Level 16+
Made by: Druids (16)
Premium: no
Mana: 200 (+ some to use)
Soul Points: 3
Buy spell from: Eroth (Ab'Dendriel),

Rahkem (Ankrahmun),
Padreia (Carlin),
Shalmar (Darashia),
Charlotta (Liberty Bay),
Tandros (Port Hope),
Marvik (Thais),

Smiley (Venore).
Buy made runes from: Fenech (Ankrahmun)
Spell cost: 800 gp. Rune cost: 80 gp.
(1600 gp per backpack)
(1,600 gp to players)
Effect: Convinces a creatures to help you.
Notes: Convince Creature and Paralyze are the only runes that need mana to be used.
The mana required to use this rune varies depending upon the creature that you want to convince.
There are some creatures that cannot be convinced and some creatures that can only be convinced (cannot be summoned).

See: Complete list of runes.
Add historical information about this rune.

Most creatures that can be summoned can also be convinced, except for Monks. See the article on the Summon Creature spell for more information.

Creatures that can be Convinced, but NOT Summoned

Name Exp HP summon/ convince Immunities Max Dmg. Abilities
Dworc Fleshhunter 40 85 --/300 Earth 41 Melee (0-25) Poisons you 1 hp/turn, Throwing Knives (0-15)
Dworc Venomsniper 35 80 --/300 Earth 17 Melee (0-15), Shoots Poison 2 hp/turn.
Dworc Voodoomaster 55 80 --/300 Earth 90 Melee (0-20), melee Life Drain (1-40), Poison Storm (0-25) on himself, Chicken Mutation, Intoxicate, Poison Field, Paralysis, Self Healing, Haste, Invisibility.
Azure Frog 20 60 --/305 24 Melee (0-24)
Rotworm 40 65 --/305 40 Melee (0-40).
Carrion Worm 70 145 --/380 45 Melee (0-45).
War Wolf 55 140 --/420 50 Melee (0-50).
Tortoise 90 185 --/445 50 Melee (0-50)
Quara Mantassin 400 800 --/480 FireIceDrowningLife Drain 140 Melee (0-140), Invisibility for 2 seconds, Strong Haste.
Lizard Sentinel 110 265 --/560 InvisibilityEarth 115 Melee (0-45) Spear (0-70)
Assassin 105 175 --/450 Invisibility 160 Melee (0-120), Throwing Star (0-40), Intoxicate, Invisibility.
Dark Monk 145 190 --/480 Invisibility 150 Melee (0-100), Life Drain (0-50), Self-Healing, Haste
Orc Rider 110 180 --/490 120 Melee(0-120), Haste.
Thornback Tortoise 150 300 --/490 112 Melee (0-110), Envenom 2 hp/turn.
Pirate Marauder 125 210 --/490 Invisibility 180 Melee (0-140), Spears (0-40)
Pirate Cutthroat 175 325 --/495 Invisibility 271 Melee (0-175) Poisons you 1 hp/4 turns, Pistol Shot (0-95).
Hunter 150 150 --/530 120 Melee (0-20), Arrow (0-100).
Crypt Shambler 195 330 --/580 ParalysisDeathEarthDrowningLife Drain 195 Melee (0-140), Life Drain (28-55).
Pirate Buccaneer 250 425 --/595 Invisibility 260 Melee (0-160), Throwing Knives (0-100).
Quara Constrictor 250 450 --/670 ParalysisFireIceDrowningLife Drain 256 Melee (0-150)(poisons you 1 hp/turn), Life Drain Berserk (50-90), Ice Ball around itself (40-70), Poison Berserk (gives you Freezing status (8+ hp/10 turns), Close Range Eletrify (25 HP/3 turns).
Pirate Corsair 350 675 --/775 Invisibility 320 Melee (0-170), Throwing Stars (0-150), Musical Strike (Decrease your melee skills by 75%).
Undead Minion 550 850 --/620 ? 560+ Melee (0-300+), Life Drain (0-100+), Small Life Drain Wave (0-160+), Soulfire Bomb.

Runes in Tibia
Energy Bomb
Energy Bomb
Energy Field
Energy Field
Energy Wall
Energy Wall
Fire Bomb
Fire Bomb
Fire Field
Fire Field
Fire Wall
Fire Wall
Great Fireball
Great Fireball
Heavy Magic Missile
Heavy Magic Missile
Holy Missile
Holy Missile
Light Magic Missile
Light Magic Missile
Poison Bomb
Poison Bomb
Poison Field
Poison Field
Poison Wall
Poison Wall
Stone Shower
Stone Shower
Sudden Death
Sudden Death
Support Healing Summon
Antidote Rune
Antidote Rune
Animate Dead
Animate Dead
Intense Healing Rune
Intense Healing Rune
Convince Creature
Convince Creature
Destroy Field
Destroy Field
Ultimate Healing Rune
Ultimate Healing Rune
Magic Wall
Magic Wall
Wild Growth
Wild Growth

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From Yu-Gi-Oh!

"Cookie Cutter" is a way of referring to a Deck that is created mostly from "Splashable" cards, with little or no general theme. This term is usually used in a negative connotation, as such decks are believed to generally be used by players who only want a quick, effortless win, and believe they can achieve such a win by copying (like a cookie cutter creates duplicates of a certain cookie shape) certain tournament-winning decks. A similar term is known as netdecking.

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