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Introduced Shattered Lands
Level Range 3-12
Adjacent Zones Stonestair Byway, Longshadow Alley, Sunken City
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The Graveyard is one of the newbie adventure districts around Freeport.


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Final Fantasy

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The Graveyard is a dungeon in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time. It becomes accessible after talking to a Selkie male near the juice stall in town.

The protagonist and Sherlotta head to the graveyard to find a part for the crystal-transforming device. Once they find it, however, they are attacked by the Undead Seraph.

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Lostpedia

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Graves, graveyards, burial grounds, and final resting places have become an important aspect of the show, as many of the survivors have perished amongst the seasons and numerous other corpses have been discovered. The survivors of Oceanic Flight 815 have constructed makeshift graveyards in which they have buried their dead. Both graveyards looked similar in layout, however the manner of the graves was different. The graves in the Tailies' graveyard consisted of no grave markers, but large palm fronds were lain upon each grave, whereas the graves at the Beach camp are all marked with crosses fashioned from sticks and nothing lying above. Other grave sites and such have also been encountered or created during the show, such as Edward Mars' grave, Ethan's grave, Eko's grave, etc. Also, many characters have been left unburied completely, their bodies have been lost, or they were buried/disposed of in other manners.

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Oceanic 815 crash survivors' graveyard

The survivors' makeshift graveyard ("Exposé")

The survivors of Oceanic Flight 815 started a burial ground near their beach camp on day 20. The first person to be buried there was Scott Jackson, but the occupants quickly rose in number. Eventually, it expanded into an "official" graveyard as it became the common burial ground for the dead Losties. It is set apart from the rest of the camp and lies just down the beach. It is contained within a fence line constructed of logs and consists of numerous graves, all of which are marked by crosses constructed from tied together sticks. This graveyard was referenced to as "Boone Hill" in a deuterocanonical diary.


Picture Name Died in Buried in Circumstances of Death
Scott Jackson "Homecoming" "Homecoming" Scott was killed by an Other, presumed to be Ethan, as a follow-through to the threat Ethan issued upon the survivors in order to get Claire back. He was the first to be buried in the location which soon developed into the unofficial graveyard for the Losties.
Boone Carlyle "Do No Harm" "The Greater Good" Boone was mortally wounded in the Beechcraft's crash. Jack and Sun attempted to administer medical care to save him, but were unsuccessful due to the severity and extent of his injuries, which included a crushed leg, crushed lung, and severe internal bleeding. Many of the survivors felt that his death was Locke's fault, to which Locke claimed the death as a "sacrifice the Island demanded". He was the second survivor to be buried in the graveyard.
Shannon Rutherford "Abandoned" "What Kate Did" Shannon was mistaken for an Other in a time of peril, and was accidentally shot by Ana-Lucia as a result. Her funeral was the first to be attended by both the Losties and the Tailies. She was the third survivor to be buried in the graveyard and was buried beside her brother, Boone. Prayer beads, placed by Sayid, dangle from her grave marker.
Ana Lucia Cortez "Two for the Road" "Three Minutes" Ana-Lucia was murdered by Michael at the Swan, as a part of his plan to release Ben and get off the Island with his son. Ben was framed by Michael and her presumed killer until the truth was revealed several episodes later. She was buried alongside Libby, as the fourth and fifth occupants of the graveyard. Her funeral was interrupted by Desmond, who arrived back on the Island with his sailboat.
Elizabeth "Libby" Smith "?" "Three Minutes" Libby was murdered by Michael at the Swan, as a part of his plan to release Ben and get off the Island with his son. Ben was framed by Michael and her presumed killer until the truth was revealed several episodes later. She was buried alongside Ana-Lucia, as the fourth and fifth occupants of the graveyard. Her funeral was interrupted by Desmond, who arrived back on the Island with his sailboat, which, ironically, was gifted to him by Libby herself.
Paulo "Exposé" "Exposé" Paulo was bitten by a female Medusa spider, whose venom, paralyzed him completely. The spider was set upon him by Nikki, as a revenge tactic for him hiding the diamonds from her. He was found in the jungle following Nikki's presumed death, as the Losties were trying to investigate the source. He and Nikki were buried alive in a joint grave, as the sixth and seventh occupants of the graveyard.
Nikki Fernandez "Exposé" "Exposé" Nikki was bitten by a male Medusa spider, which was revealed to be a formation of the Monster. Ironically, the spider arrived due the female spider that she set upon Paulo. As an effect of the spider's venom, she was paralyzed completely. She managed to tell Hurley and Sawyer of this, but they misheard her and later presumed her dead. She and Paulo were buried alive in a joint grave, as the sixth and seventh occupants of the graveyard.

The Tailies' graveyard

The graveyard of the tail-end survivors

The tail-end survivors of Oceanic flight 815 started a burial ground near their beach camp. A total of nine graves are said to exist in the graveyard. Four of these are known to be graves of Tailies themselves who succumbed to injuries due to the crash. The remaining graves are presumed to be those of the bodies that Mr. Eko pulled from the water. It is also possible that up to three of the graves hold the bodies of the Others that were killed by Ana Lucia and Eko.


Picture Name Died in Buried in Circumstances of Death
Unnamed ("The Other 48 Days") ("The Other 48 Days") Succumbed to injuries sometime before day 5.
Man on Beach ("The Other 48 Days") ("The Other 48 Days") Succumbed to injuries sometime before day 5.
Unnamed "The Other 48 Days" "The Other 48 Days" Succumbed to injuries sometime before day 5.
Donald "The Other 48 Days" "The Other 48 Days" Donald died on day 5 due to an infection caused by his fractured leg.

Eko's grave

Main article: Eko's grave
Eko's grave. ("I Do")

Eko was lured to his death by a vision of his brother, which was actually a manifestation of the Monster. Unfortunately, he realized this too late, at which point the Monster showed itself and bludgeoned Eko to death. ("The Cost of Living") Locke made a conscious decision not to bury Eko in the graveyard with the other bodies, as he mentioned that the survivors have attended "too many funerals lately." Eko's passing words were said to be "You're next", shortly after which Nikki and Paulo, who attended Eko's makeshift funeral, were then buried alive. Both Nikki and Eko's deaths can be attested to the Monster as well. Eko's grave was marked with his stick along with a cross. ("I Do")

DHARMA Initiative mass grave

Main article: Mass grave

The mass grave is an open pit into which the bodies of the majority of the members of the DHARMA Initiative were dumped after being gassed to death during the Purge.



Edward Mars' grave

Edward Mars' grave ("The Man Behind the Curtain")

The Marshal, Edward Mars was severely injured in crash with a large piece of shrapnel lodged in his side. Jack tried valiantly to save him, but he began to succumb to his injuries. Sawyer attempted to euthanize him on day 3, but missed Mars' heart with the bullet he shot and instead hit his lung. Jack then euthanized him by unknown methods, although strangulation or suffocation is presumed. The Marshal is buried in a clearing in the jungle. ("Tabula Rasa") Jack buried him there as opposed burning his body along with the other bodies in the fuselage because as he told Kate, he "needed to bury him". His grave was originally marked with a cross, but was dug up in "Whatever the Case May Be", its current state being unknown. He was presumably re-buried, with the cross replaced.


Ethan Rom's grave

Ethan Rom was an Other who infiltrated the survivor's camp in an attempt to gather information. He eventually kidnapped Claire and Charlie and attempted to murder Charlie. Upon Clarie's escape, Ethan murdered Scott as a part of a tactic to ensure her return. Ethan was murdered by Charlie as a form of revenge for his kidnapping of Claire and his attempted murder of Charlie himself. He was shot six times in the chest. ("Homecoming") He is buried in a field near the camp, apart from the graveyard. ("Outlaws")

Henry Gale's grave

Henry Gale's grave. ("Lockdown")

The original Henry Gale is buried in the jungle beneath the wreckage of his hot air balloon, in a grave much like those of the Losties which is marked with a cross. His grave was dug up by Sayid, Ana-Lucia and Charlie and it is unknown as to whether or not he was re-buried. ("Lockdown") He was presumably murdered and buried originally by Ben.



Danielle and Karl's grave

Danielle is uncovered in her grave

While traveling to The Temple which was serving as a safe house from the freighter people, Danielle, Alex, and Karl were ambushed by the mercenary team. Karl was shot first by an unknown shooter, after which Danielle and Alex hid. In an attempt to flee, Danielle, too, was shot and killed. ("Meet Kevin Johnson") Alex then pleaded for her life, after which she was taken hostage and used as a bargaining tool against Ben. She was later murdered at the Barracks. Danielle and Karl were buried alongside each other in shallow, makeshift graves dug by the mercenaries near where they died. The graves were later discovered by Miles, Sawyer, and Claire. ("Something Nice Back Home")


Other graves

During a time shift on the Island, Charlotte, Miles, and Daniel are captured by the Hostiles. As they are being taken back to their camp, Miles gets a strange look upon his face and notes to Daniel:

" We just walked over a fresh grave. Four U.S. soldiers, dead just under a month. Three of them were shot. One died of radiation poisoning."

Later, when the time shifts stop, Juliet, Sawyer, Miles and Daniel stumble upon two Hostiles, about to execute a woman, after already executing her husband. Juliet and Sawyer each kill one and then they are forced to bury them to keep in accord with the Truce, or so the woman they saved says.

Picture Name Died in Buried in Circumstances of Death
Unknown 1954 1954 A U.S. Army Soldier, shot to death, presumably by the Hostiles under unknown circumstances. ("Jughead")
Unknown 1954 1954 A U.S. Army Soldier, shot to death, presumably by the Hostiles under unknown circumstances. ("Jughead")
Unknown 1954 1954 A U.S. Army Soldier, shot to death, presumably by the Hostiles under unknown circumstances. ("Jughead")
Unknown 1954 1954 A U.S. Army Soldier, killed by radiation poisoning under unknown circumstances. ("Jughead")
Other (LaFleur) "LaFleur", 1974 "LaFleur", 1974 A Hostile, killed by Sawyer in 1974 after the Island stopped shifting through time. He and his friend were about to execute Amy, after already executing Paul. He was about to shoot Sawyer after the murder of his friend, but Sawyer was quick on the draw. He was buried nearby, to keep in accord with the Truce. However his body was recovered by the Hostiles since his grave was dug quickly and it was too shallow.
Unknown "LaFleur", 1974 "LaFleur", 1974 A Hostile, killed by Juliet in 1974 after the Island stopped shifting through time. He and his friend were about to execute Amy, after already executing Paul. He almost shot Sawyer, but Juliet killed him first. He was buried nearby, to keep in accord with the Truce. However his body was recovered by the Hostiles since his grave was dug quickly and it was too shallow.

Other burial rituals

  • The bodies of the middle-section passengers who died in the initial crash were left inside the fuselage and burned. This technique was used as both a burial method, a disposal method (to keep away wild animals) and a smoke signal. ("Walkabout") The aforementioned deuterocanonical diary suggests otherwise, however, as a character in it is said to have been buried in the graveyard.
  • Adam and Eve were originally buried in a small cave enclosure, along with several items. ("House of the Rising Sun")
  • Colleen Pickett was given a ritual very similar to a Viking funeral, in which her body was placed on a small raft which was set on fire before being pushed out to sea. It can be inferred that this is the normal method by which The Others dispose of their dead. ("The Cost of Living")

Unburied characters

Unknown

Trivia

See also

External links

  • Lostvirtualtour Photos of the filming location of the graveyard in Hawaii.

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Runescape

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This article is about the graveyard in Morytania. For the graveyard in the Wilderness see Graveyard of Shadows.

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The Hollows Graveyard Unknown
Castle Drakan

The Graveyard is located north of Castle Drakan in Morytania, deep in the Mort Myre Swamp. There are many graves there, presumably of the many unfortunate people who have died in the Swamp, including the grave of Jayna Harrow.

This graveyard mainly features in Desert Treasure quest. The player must fight the Vampire Dessous in order to obtain the blood diamond during the quest. On the way there, the player might encounter several ghasts and some Vampires, so it would be wise to bring along some druid pouches or risk having your food destroyed. The Fairy Ring network can also be used to get into the middle of the Haunted Woods for a quick route here. The Graveyard currently has no uses outside the quest. It can be seen from atop the walls around Castle Drakan.

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Starwars

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The Graveyard of Alderaan.
"I just hope there are no surprises waiting for us like the last time I was here."
Han Solo

The Graveyard was the leftover remnants of the planet of Alderaan after its destruction by the first Death Star. When arriving at the previous location of the planet, the Millennium Falcon, with Han Solo and Chewbacca piloting, exited hyperspace in the thick of the newly created asteroid belt.

Battle for the Another Chance in the Graveyard.

Many Alderaanian Exiles performed a private ceremony called the Returning, and would shoot capsules filled with gifts for their friends and family. Some Alderaanians, who called themselves the Guardians, took to patrolling the Graveyard to prevent pirates from stealing the capsules. These Alderaanians were held in rather high regard among the exiles.

In the months after the destruction of Alderaan, Imperial agents often lay in wait for ships performing a Returning ritual. They boarded the ships and arrested the passengers and crew. The Rebel Alliance considered quarantining the Graveyard, as those Imperial actions were too risky for the Alliance.[1]

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Appearances

  • Star Wars Journal: The Fight for Justice
  • Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (First appearance)
  • Rebel Force: Hostage
  • Star Wars Galaxies: An Empire Divided (Mentioned only)
  •  Graveyard of Alderaan
  • Star Wars: Empire at War
  • Star Wars: Empire at War: Forces of Corruption
  • Luke Skywalker and the Shadows of Mindor (Mentioned only)
  • Star Wars Battlefront: Renegade Squadron
  • X-wing: The Krytos Trap
  • X-wing: The Bacta War
  • X-wing: Isard's Revenge (Mentioned only)
  • I, Jedi (Mentioned only)
  • Young Jedi Knights: Shadow Academy (Appears in hologram)
  • Young Jedi Knights: Shards of Alderaan
  • Dark Tide II: Ruin (Mentioned only)

Non-canon appearances

  • LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy
  • LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga
  • Tag & Bink Are Dead

Sources

Notes and references

  1. Star Wars Galaxies - Rebel terminal mission "Remembering Alderaan"

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Yugioh

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh!

The Graveyard (墓地 bochi, Cemetery in Japanese) is the name for the card discard pile. Some cards in the Graveyard can be recovered by using cards such as "Monster Reborn" or "Magician of Faith".

The contents of either player's Graveyard are public knowledge, unless a card like "Question" is used. When a player looks through their opponent's Graveyard, they may neither shuffle its contents, nor re-arrange the order in which the cards were placed there. In the Video Games, when a card is activated in the Graveyard, or selected for a card effect, it immediately goes to the top of the Graveyard.

Cards that interact with your own Graveyard

Cards that interact with your opponent's Graveyard

Cards that interact with either Graveyard

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YCM

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The Graveyard (墓地 bochi, Cemetery in Japanese) is the name for the card discard pile. Some cards in the Graveyard can be recovered by using cards such as "Monster Reborn" or "Magician of Faith".

The contents of either player's Graveyard are public knowledge, unless a card like "Question" is used. When a player looks through their opponent's Graveyard, they may neither shuffle its contents, nor re-arrange the order in which the cards were placed there. In the Video Games, when a card is activated in the Graveyard, or selected for a card effect, it immediately goes to the top of the Graveyard.

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Cards that interact with your own Graveyard

  • "A Feather of the Phoenix
  • "Call of the Haunted"
  • "Destiny Hero - Fear Monger"
  • "Expressroid"
  • "Fulfillment of the Contract"
  • "Gladiator Beast Darius"
  • "Gladiator Beast Equeste"
  • "Junk Synchron"
  • "Magical Stone Excavation"
  • "Magician of Faith"
  • "Mask of Darkness"
  • "Megarock Dragon"
  • "Monster Reincarnation"
  • "Penguin Knight"
  • "Premature Burial"
  • "Monster Reborn"

Cards that interact with your opponent's Graveyard

  • "Autonomous Action Unit"
  • "Disappear"
  • "D.D. Crow"
  • "Double Spell"
  • "Graverobber"
  • "Kycoo the Ghost Destroyer"
  • "Paladin of the Cursed Dragon"

Cards that interact with either Graveyard

  • "Book of Life"
  • "Fiber Jar"
  • "Soul Release"
  • "Monster Reborn"
  • "The Transmigration Prophecy"
  • "Zombie Master"

Card Effects that activate in the Graveyard

  • "Destiny Hero - Dasher"
  • "Elemental Hero Necroshade"
  • "Destiny Hero - Malicious"
  • "Necro Gardna"
  • "Volcanic Shell"
  • "Marie the Fallen One"
  • "Giant Rat"
  • "Treeborn Frog"
  • "Mystic Tomato"
  • "Helpoemer"
  • "Newdoria"
  • "Sangan"
  • "Giant Germ"
  • "Nimble Momonga"
  • "Manticore of Darkness"
  • "Witch of the Black Forest"
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