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Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Your Subculture Soundtrack, the music encyclopedia

Cross The Gaza
Birth name Shelton Douglas Peniston
Also known as Cross, Gaza
Born May 25th, 1991
Origin Augusta, GA
Genre(s) Lyrical Rap, Hip-Hop
Occupation(s) Lyricist, Guitarist
Instrument(s) Guitar
Years active 2006-Present
Label(s) Independent
Segregated, Problem, DJ Kaytradam, Bristol Crook, Kapital K, Infamy, Bigg T, Harizzy, J.R, Exampl, Chris Burch, Red Rum, M.C., LJ

Shelton Peniston AKA Cross The Gaza or simply Cross or Gaza is an underground lyricist who was born in Augusta, GA. He is praised for his lyrical content, complex rhymescheme and consciousness. Most of his endeavours are accompanied by Infamy and Bristol Crook.



Shelton Peniston was born and raised in Augusta, GA. He was raised in a household full of soul music and cites Luther Vandross as his biggest musical influence and his favorite artist. Shelton lived in Augusta up until he was 13 and moved to North Charleston, SC, where he started freestyling under the alias Slik. His circle of friends, who also happen to be rappers include Kapital K, Harizzy, Problem, Bigg T, Infamy, Bristol Crook, J.R and many more. In 2008, he was on a short hiatus, but in 2009 he returned and changed his name to Cross The Gaza or just Cross. During his time as Slik he was granted the title as one of the Three Kingz for being one of 3 people selected to appear on "posse cut" tracks.


In 2008 (December) Cross announced a project with DJ Kaytradam entitled In My Darkest Dreams. It was originally a mixtape, but due to reception was bumped to an album. Originally supposed to be released in May 2009, he pushed it to 2010, due to having to re-do some tracks. He announced The Depression Tape to hold everyone over until it releases. He was featured on various singles in 2009, including Problem's If She Knew, Infamy's Break It Down (Remix) and the posse cut Set Me Free. Cross's noteriety as a Hip-Hop artist rose, and gained some acknowledgement in the underground.

2010 (Present

Cross is releasing the EP The Depression Tape and In My Darkest Dreams with DJ Kaytradam in 2010. Outside of that, he's doing a collaboration with Problem and working with Bigg T, Infamy, Johnathan Lowell and many other artists/producers. Cross also announced a single with Infamy entitled Above Underground along with a mixtape. He has been involved with street promotion, spitting verses to anyone who comes about. Most recently he is slated to spread Hip-Hop Awareness along with Infamy.

Outside of Rap

Outside of rap, Cross is a guitarist, soloist and involved with the band Sex on The Beach. He is also a graphic designer.



Official Mixtapes

  • Beyond The Grapevine-Summer 2010 (W/Bristol Crook)
  • Above Underground: The Mixtape (W/Infamy)
  • Lead Us Not into Temptation-TBA 2010

External Links

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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Race: Human
Home Planet: Earth
Home Era: 2540
Appearances: DW: Frontier in Space
Actor: Richard Shaw

Cross was a guard at the Lunar Penal Colony.

He pretended to help the Doctor and Prof. Dale escape, then tried to kill them by depressurizing the airlock they were in. (DW: Frontier in Space)

Aliens and Enemies of Season 10
The Three Doctors: Omega  • Gell guards  • Anti-matter Organism  • Time Lords Carnival of Monsters: Lurmans  • Drashigs  • Kalik  • Plesiosaurus  • Orum  • Inter Minorians Frontier in Space: Draconians  • The Master  • Ogrons  • Daleks  • Ogron eater  • Cross Planet of the Daleks: Daleks  • Dalek Supreme  • Thals  • Spiridonians  • Sponge-plants  • Eye-plants The Green Death: BOSS  • Giant Maggots  • Giant Flies  • Stevens  • Ralph Fell  • Elgin  • Hinks  • James

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Up to date as of February 01, 2010

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Star Paladin Cross
race: Human, African American
affiliation: Capital Wasteland Brotherhood of Steel
role: Paladin
rank: Star Paladin
location: Citadel
appearances: Fallout 3
karma: Good
SPECIAL: 7ST, 7PE, 6EN, 4CH, 3IN, 4AG, 4LK
derived stats: Hit Points: 445 → 520 → 570 (Broken Steel only)
tag skills: Big Guns: 48 → 100
Energy Weapons: 50 → 100
Small Guns: 48 → 100
level: 5 → 20 → 30 (Broken Steel only)
actor: Shari Elliker
base id: 000156E5
ref id: 00062735

Star Paladin Cross is a possible follower NPC in Fallout 3, found at the Citadel in 2277.



Star Paladin Cross is a member of the Brotherhood of Steel who answers directly to Elder Lyons. Formerly, she was directed to protect the player's father, James, on his missions, and because of this, she desires to fight alongside the player.

According to the Fallout 3 Official Game Guide[1], Cross was "technologically enhanced", after she was critically injured while defending Elder Lyons in the field. Scribe Rothchild performed the enhancement operation that saved her life. The game guide also states that she is now a cyborg, which is why she never eats or sleeps and does not need to. However, she can be seen drinking and eating in the Citadel Lab.

Interactions with the player character

Star Paladin Cross can be recruited as a follower if you have Good karma.

  • If you insult her or your father, she refuses to follow you.
*With the Broken Steel DLC installed, after completing Take it Back! you will be able to ask her to join you once again, despite previously insulting James (but the positive Karma check still applies).


Apparel Weapon Other item On death
Brotherhood Power Armor Cross's Laser Pistol
Cross's Super Sledge
- Brotherhood Holotag


  • Cross is wearing a unique variant of Power Armor, edid FollowersOutfitCross, base id 00066c73, though it does not have better statistics than any other Power Armor and is indeed simply called Power Armor. The only visual difference is that the BoS symbol is white instead of the standard light blue.
  • Cross becomes hostile to the player if you kill too many Brotherhood of Steel members.
  • Like many people in The Citadel, when you start Take it Back! Star Paladin Cross will only spout lines such as "For Elder Lyons!" and "Good Luck!"


  • "There is a foul stench on the wind. Let us not tarry for long."
  • "I shall reflect on battles past and battles to come until your return."
  • "In the words of Elder Theus: a Brother well-equipped is a brother keeping to his duty."
  • "Helping the people of the Wasteland is of the utmost to the Lyons Doctrine."
  • "Make no mistake; Your father would be proud of what you have done."


Cross appears only in Fallout 3.


  • Sometimes, if Cross dies in battle, you will receive a message many in-game weeks later, stating that "Star Paladin Cross has returned to the Citadel."(confirmed Xbox 360 and PC)


  1. Fallout 3 Official Game Guide
Followers in Fallout 3
The Citadel

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
(Redirected to Holy Water article)

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Holy Water as seen in Final Fantasy V.

The Holy Water, sometimes referred to as Revivify, Cross, or Magic Tag, is a consumable item that appears in various games. It usually cures the Zombie status. In some versions, Holy Water is used to remove the status effect Curse. In some games it can also be used against Undead opponents as well as an instant kill.



Final Fantasy II

Cross appears as an item that cures the Curse status. It can be bought for 50 gil in various shops.

Final Fantasy IV

The Cross appears as an item that cures the Curse status, and can be acquired by either buying, stealing, or winning.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

The Cross appears as an item that cures Curse yet again, and can be acquired by various means.

Final Fantasy V

Holy Water
Effect Cures Zombie.
Location Regole and beyond
Steal from Blood Slime, Death Dealer, Ferry Walk, Grand Mummy, Necromancer, The Damned, Alte Roit
Won from Bald Money, Blood Slime, Grimalkin, Landsquid, Mummy, Necromancer, Red Harpy, Shadow, The Damned
Cost 150 gil

Final Fantasy VI

Also known as "Revivify" in the original version.

Holy Water
Effect Cures Zombie.
Buy in Kohlingen and onwards
Find in [WoB] Maranda - Box, [WoB] Vector (during Banquet) - Chest
Steal from FossilFang, Apparite, Black Drgn
Won from Orog, Over-Mind, Osteosaur, Ing, Mad Oscar, Ogor, Apparite, PowerDemon, Exoray, Necromancr
Morph from Anguiform, Brain Pan, Buffalax, Sand Horse, General, Ogor, Wart Puck, Gobbler, Toe Cutter,

Misfit, Latimeria, Hemophyte, Sp Forces, Opinicus, Mantodea, Osprey

Cost 300 gil

Final Fantasy VIII

Holy Water
Effect Removes Zombie and Curse.
Location All item shops in the game.
Steal from N/A
Won from N/A
Refine From 1 Zombie Powder into 3 Holy Water (ST Med-RF)
Cost 100 gil

Final Fantasy IX

They appear as Magic Tags in this game.

Magic Tag
Effect Cures Zombie.
Location Desert Palace and beyond
Steal from Dracozombie, Whale Zombie, Zombie
Won from Zombie
Cost 100 gil

Final Fantasy X

Holy Water cures the Zombie status.

Holy Water
Effect Cures Zombie.
Buy in Calm Lands and beyond
Find in N/A
Steal from YAT-97, YKT-11
Won from N/A
Other N/A
Cost 300 gil

Final Fantasy X-2

Holy Water
Effect Cures Curse, Itchy, and Pointless.
Buy in All item shops.
Find in Besaid (Chapter 1 - Resident Area x2; Chapter 3 - Resident Area x3), Mi'ihen Highroad (Chapter 1 - Central x2; Chapter 2 - Central x3; Chapter 3 - Central x4; Chapter 5 - Central x6)
Steal from Yevon Striker (Common), Yevon's Finest (Common)
Won from Vertigo (Rare), Grim Gaze (Rare), Varen, Arast, Elder Zurvan (Common)
Bribe From N/A
Other N/A
Cost 300 gil

Final Fantasy XI

Main article: Holy Water (FFXIclopedia)

Holy Water cures Curse status, and has a small chance of removing the Doom status (but it frequently fails to take effect). This item can be bought from various merchants as well as crafted by alchemists. It is also a valuable ingredient for synthesizing Holy weapons.

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

Holy Water
Effect Cures Zombie status.
Location All shops in the game.
Cost 2,000 gil

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift

It can be Mirrored by a Ranger to lower a target's Resilience.

Holy Water
Effect Increases the resilience against debuffs.
Location All shops in the game.
Cost 80 gil

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles

Holy Water is a crafting material, bought for 1,000 gil in Moschet Manor.

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Up to date as of February 07, 2010
(Redirected to Eko's cross article)

From Lostpedia

Eko's Cross


First Introduced
Last Seen
Owned by
Eko, later by Yemi, then by Eko, and briefly Locke before returning it to Eko again
Found by
Eko, on the island
Used by

Mr. Eko and Yemi, his brother, both at some point wear a silver cross on a silver chain. Originally Eko's, Yemi took it when Eko was taken by the militia. Eko regains it when he takes it from Yemi's dead body on the Island. Eventually, he sees a vision of Yemi again ("The Cost of Living") and holds the cross at him.

It acts as a reminder to Eko's religious past and a symbol of fraternal and religious bonds.

This, and his stick are are the only things Eko has in way of possessions.


The cross on Yemi's dead body ("The 23rd Psalm")

Eko wore the cross as a child. When Eko's killed a man to spare Yemi from having to kill him, the militia ripped it from Eko's neck. Yemi picked it up and began to wear it. It was next seen around Yemi's neck when he was taken onboard the drug smugglers' plane after being shot. When Eko and Charlie found the Beechcraft, Eko found the cross on Yemi's body, and put it on himself. ("The 23rd Psalm")

The cross attracted by the electromagnetism ("Three Minutes")

When Eko walked past the concrete wall where the electromagnetism appeared to originate from. The cross was attracted to it. ("Three Minutes")

The cross was eventually ripped from around Eko's neck in the System Failure. ("Live Together, Die Alone")

After the implosion of the Hatch, Eko was dragged to the polar bear cave. Locke found the cross while looking for Eko, on some foliage. ("Further Instructions")

Locke gave the cross back to Eko after discussing Yemi's corpse going missing, creating a bond between them. When Eko sees the vision of Yemi, he returns the cross to him, shortly before refusing to give confession. ("The Cost of Living")

Locke held it and apparently put it in Eko's grave along with his stick. ("I Do")

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