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Series: Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers, No. 51
Author(s): Ilsa J. Bick
Publication information
Published: eBook - April 2005
ISBN: ISBN 074340690X



From the back cover: Almost a year after the S.C.E. crew on the da Vinci helped Lieutenant Nog of Deep Space 9 salvage the hulk of DS9's sister station Empok Nor, a booby trap left behind by the Androssi threatens the Bajoran system. But the potential damage may be greater than the combined crews of the da Vinci and DS9 can handle, as the threat stretches across two universes -- and their only hope for survival may rest with their long-dead crewmates 111 and Kieran Duffy!




Nancy ConlonEzri DaxDavid GoldSonya GomezVance HawkinsSusan HaznedlKira NerysNogSolomanMor glasch TevElias Vaughn
Referenced only 
111 • 1011 • 1110 • Azeni KorenaBareil AntosJulian BashirBironDomenica CorsiJadzia DaxKieran DuffyGarakIshkaElizabeth LenseOdo • Wayne Omthon • P8 BlueLaura PoynterRo LarenBenjamin SiskoJake SiskoRebecca Jae SiskoSimon TarsesKasidy Yates
Alternate reality 
110111Jadzia DaxKieran DuffyDukatDiego FelicianoElim GarakRachel GilmanDavid GoldSonya GomezSusan HaznedlTori KaneKira NerysDavid McAllanJean-Luc PicardRugalRobin RusconiSalekAnthony ShabalalaSongmin WongZotat

Ships and vessels

USS da VinciUSS GettysburgKwolekLiUSS Rio GrandeTemplar


AR-558BajorBajoran wormholeBynausDeep Space 9/Terok NorDenorios BeltEarthEmpok NorGalvan VIGamma QuadrantHidalgo Station • Ishtar Station • Kendra Valley • Sarindar • Trivas system



States and organizations

Bajoran AssemblyBajoran ResistanceCardassian UnionKlingon EmpireStarfleetUnited Federation of PlanetsVedek Assembly


A-bomb • anti-chronitons • Bajoran High MagistrateBentman PrizedradEmissary of the ProphetsHeisenberg compensatorholomirrorLakatian brandyJohn Miltonmirror universeMusilla plateOhalu PropheciesOrbOrb of Prophecy and ChangeOrb of Time • Pandora's box • paracortex • plasticine • Prime DirectiveProphetspsilosynine • quantum dimensional shift • quantum foamquantum singularityReman coffeerokassa juiceSatanSchrödinger's CatTalmuna swordfishtaspar egg • tetryons • Tilar plateTooth Fairytransporter psychosisuridium • Van de Graff generator • xenoarchaeologist


  • This story takes place largely in an alternate universe with no single point of divergence. Among the most significant differences are that the Bajoran religion is far less influential in Bajoran society; Cardassian influence over Bajor is less violent; the Federation is much smaller, with only seventy member worlds; the Ferengi race is unknown; the Remans have overthrown the Romulan Star Empire; and the Bynars are a telepathic race.
  • The story of the Empok Nor salvage mission was told in SCE eBook Cold Fusion

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From Lostpedia

Lost: The Official Magazine
#01 "Cast Away"
"The Lost Shephard"

"Jack. Ben. Locke."
#02 "Sawyer, Michael, Sayid, Shannon"
#12 "Flashback"

"Juliet & Sawyer"
#03 "Inner Demons"
#13 "Femme Fatales"

"Lost Reaches Episode 100!"
#04 "Enter: The Hatch"
#14 "Captured!"

-- Lost: Messages From The Island

#05 "What Kate Did"
#15 "Season 4 Arrives!"

#24 "The Beginning of the End"

#16 "New Season Secrets!"

#25 "Night Terrors"

#07 "Season 3 Is Here!"

"Cabin Fever!"

#26 "Dharma Duo"

#08 "Faith No More?"

#18 "2008 Yearbook"

#27 "Season 6 Is Here!"
#09 "Revelations"

#19 "Tales From The Freighter"


"Love Island"

#20 "Escaping The Island"


Date Released
December 2007

"Captured!" is the eighth issue of the first volume of Lost: The Official Magazine. It was released soon before the airing of "The Beginning of the End".


Unearthed Treasures

Tear-out poster

The Unearthed Treasures section featured an interview with writers Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis. They discussed the family relationship between Ben Linus and his daughter, Alex. They also discussed where they wanted Desmond to go in season four, stating that he would be "wanting answers." Also mentioned was how season four was easier to produce because they had more time.

Ubisoft Unleashes Lost

This section revealed several new pieces of information about the then-upcoming video game Lost: Via Domus. The first piece of information was that players would play as a character that had not been seen on the show. Also revealed was that there would be playable flashbacks. References were made to episodic nature of the game, and to appearances by the smoke monster.

The Third Place

John Bernstein was interviewed in this section of the magazine about the the third season DVD. He stated that he found the third season to be one running storyline, finding that back-to-back viewings of the episode were "remarkably cohesive." He previewed some of the special features that would be found. He stated that his favorite bonus feature was "Lost in a Day." He previewed Access: Granted, the Blu-Ray-exclusive bonus feature, and stated that he was he was brainstorming some unique features for the fourth season DVD.

Blood Vs. Water

By the Fire

"Blood Vs. Water"

As a follow-up to questions asked to Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis earlier in the issue, an interview with Michael Emerson and Tania Raymonde was featured as part of the "By the Fire" segment. They both talked about their characters' progression throughout the third season, as well as the revelation that Alex was Ben's daughter. Tania also discussed her character's relationship with Karl, stating that she did "believe a girl like Alex should have a boyfriend on the island."

As an aside, Emerson alone discussed his theatrical roots and why he commonly is cast in intense roles. Raymonde also discussed Cell Division, a film she both wrote and directed.

"The All-Seeing Aye"

An interview with actor Henry Ian Cusick followed, in which he discussed swimming in the show, which he stated inspired him to take a scuba diving test. He stated that he questions Desmond's sanity a little due to the flashes. He discussed Dominic Monaghan's departure from the show, stating that Monaghan had told him ahead of time, and that on his last day, Monaghan became extremely focused on his work.

"I Have a Friend..."

Marsha Thomason, who portrayed Naomi, was interviewed next, and spoke about her first day on the show, in the mud with bugs. She revealed her glee in Naomi's revelation of the fact that Oceanic Flight 815 had been found already, and of her wish to do a scene with the smoke monster if it didn't attack her.

Frequent Flyers

Pearls of Wisdom

Damon Lindelof returned for his weekly segment in which he answered readers' questions, most notably that we would see Libby again, and that the numbers would make a reappearance in season four.

Oceanic Airlines advertisement

Also in the Issue

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