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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Home Planet: Earth?
Home Era: 20th century
Appearances: TW: From out of the Rain
Actor: Camilla Power

Pearl, was a companion and accomplice to the dark ringmaster, the Ghostmaker. She enjoyed bathing in, smelling, and tasting water. She travelled with the Night Travellers in the Joshua Joy Travelling Show from the late 19th century onward. The Ghostmaker described her as the "closest thing you will see to a living mermaid" and described her as capable of living on the ocean's floor.

After the end of the Night Travellers all that remained of them were memories and films. It was from these films that Pearl and the Ghostmaker escaped. They set about taking away the last breaths of people, yet leaving them alive as an "audience". They collected the breath in a silver bottle. Pearl took great delight in drinking people's tears. She and the Ghostmaker robbed a film of the Night Travellers from Jonathon Penn's flat. She filled the bath there and submerged in it. Later, the pair travelled to the old cinema and played the tape releasing the remaining Night Travellers. Jack Harkness filmed them all and exposed the tape, destroying them as they were just a film. Jack claimed that Pearl and the Night Travellers could return if there were more films of them out there. (TW: From out of the Rain)

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Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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Pearl was the nickname given to the Anjurwan healer treated by The Doctor aboard USS Voyager in 2376. The name was given by a holographic recreation of Dr. Leonard McCoy with whom The Doctor consulted. (VOY short story: "The Healing Arts") The name was a reference to another empathic healer, Gem, who Scotty had described as "a pearl of great price". (TOS episode: "The Empath")

Pearl was regarded as one of the most skilled healers among the Anjurwan. She healed Captain Kathryn Janeway when she suffered an allergic reaction during a diplomatic dinner hosted by Vashnar First Counselor Aken. Later the same day, she was called upon to heal an injured Vashnar, overtaxing her empathic abilities and bringing her near death. The Doctor insisted on treating her in Voyager's sickbay, but her physiology resisted all standards treatments. She was finally able to recover through physical contact with the now-uninjured Janeway. (VOY short story: "The Healing Arts")

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Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Muppet Wiki


Pearl is a brown monster with a tall head and a pink nose. She lives in a cave with Deena, whom she takes care of. Pearl likes peace and quiet, which she doesn't always find due to Deena's endless energy.

The monster duo Deena and Pearl debuted in Season 12 of Sesame Street.[1] They virtually vanished after that season.

The Pearl puppet was later used as a utility puppet in a variety of sketches.

Book appearances

See also


  1. Season 12 Press Kit, CTW Archives

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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From Final Fantasy Wiki

Holy in the original Final Fantasy.

Holy (ホーリー Hōrī), also known as Fade, White, or Pearl, is usually a very powerful spell which is made up of pure holy energy and as such deals Holy-elemental damage. Despite it being one of the most powerful offensive spells, it is classified as White Magic and can often only be cast by White Mages. It is a counterpart to the Black Magic Flare, and the two often have similar graphics. Undead are usually weak to Holy magic.



Final Fantasy

Holy, also known as FADE in the Famicom release due to censorship issues, is a level 8 White Magic spell which inflicts a very large amount of damage against all enemies. The total damage dealt depends on the caster's Spirit. It is one of the most powerful offensive spells in the game, second only to Flare.

The spell can be bought at Gaia and can only be learned by the White Wizard Job class. In the Dawn of Souls and 20th Anniversary Edition releases it costs 50 MP to cast.

Final Fantasy II

Holy is a non-elemental White Magic spell. It can be learned from its respective scroll/tome, as with all other spells. It can be bought at Mysidia and in the secret merchant underneath the waterfall in the Unknown Cave.

Final Fantasy III

Holy is a level eight White Magic spell bought from the magic store in Eureka. It deals Light damage, and can only be used by the Devout or Sage. Unei can also cast Holy when she joins the party as a guest in the DS version.

Final Fantasy IV

Rosa learns Holy, translated as White in the SNES version due to censorship rules, at level 48, Porom learns it at level 52, and Fusoya knows the spell when he joins the party. The weapons Holy Lance and Asura's Rod have the ability to cast Holy when used as an item, while the Lightbringer randomly casts it after attacking (though the latter two are only available in the GBA remake). It costs 50 MP in the DS version and 48 in all other versions to cast.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

Holy is virtually the same as it was from Final Fantasy IV. It can be used by Porom, Leonora, Rosa, and Fusoya. There are also some Band abilities that seem to use Holy. These include Holy Burst and Holy Ray.

Final Fantasy V

Holy is a Level 6 White Magic spell, costs 20 MP to cast, and it is obtained in the physical side of the Fork Tower after defeating Minotaur. When Minotaur is defeated, he attempts to use the spell, but fails due to having no MP. He fades out after this. Exdeath and Neo Exdeath also utilizes this spell, as well as Enuo.

Final Fantasy VI

Terra and Celes both learn Holy through leveling up, Terra at level 57 and Celes at level 72. For other characters, Alexander teaches the spell at a rate of x2. Holy is classified as offensive magic in regards to the magic classification of Offensive, Healing, and Support magic in Final Fantasy VI. It costs 40 MP to cast. Holy may be randomly cast when attacking with the Holy Rod, Holy Lance or Lightbringer .

In the SNES/PlayStation version, Holy was translated as "Pearl", but this may have had more to do with Ted Woolsey's creative translations than censorship, as the spell White Wind was translated as "Pearl Wind".

Final Fantasy VII

Main article: Holy (Final Fantasy VII)
Sephiroth contains Holy.

In Final Fantasy VII, Holy serves as a plot device, and as such, it cannot be used by the player in battle. Known as the "Ultimate White Magic" and summoned through the White Materia held by Aerith Gainsborough, it is the only magic spell capable of stopping Meteor, the "Ultimate Black Magic" summoned through the Black Materia that would destroy the world. Thus, it is actually more of a defensive spell than its other incarnations.

The spell is a plot device and unusable by the player, and there is no equivalent spell for the player's use. Alexander's summon is the only Holy-based attack in the game, and summoning him or connecting his Materia to an Elemental Materia is the only way to inflict Holy-elemental damage.

Final Fantasy VIII

Holy returns to its classic high-damage usable-spell format for Final Fantasy VIII. It can be drawn from high level enemies encountered late in the game. It can be junctioned to statistics and elemental attack and defense through Elem-Atk-J and Elem-Def-J respectively.

Final Fantasy IX

Holy is only usable by Eiko, and can be learned through the White Robe or the Angel Flute, her ultimate weapon. Beatrix is also able to cast the spell during the short time she is a playable character. Quina is also able to learn Lv. 4 Holy as Blue Magic, which deals Holy damage only to enemies with levels that are multiples of four. Holy costs 36 MP to cast.

The bosses Trance Kuja, Ozma, and Necron all can use the spell at will as well.

Tetra Master


Final Fantasy X

It is the final ability in Yuna's section of the basic Sphere Grid. It costs 85 MP to cast.

Final Fantasy X-2

Holy can only be obtained by equipping the Supreme Light or Sacred Beast Garment Grids and spherechanging through the coloured gates. Unlike its previous incarnation in Final Fantasy X, Holy now scores eight hits, though each causes less damage than the original. It costs 85 MP to cast.

Final Fantasy XI

Holy is a form of white magic, cast off of the Divine Magic skill. It is usable by both White Mages and Paladins. Unfortunately, the Holy spell in Final Fantasy XI is known amongst the playerbase as being notoriously weak. At a cost of 100 MP, the spell will often deal only double-digit damage - even to the weakest foes - unless a White Mage exploits of the Afflatus: Solace Job Ability over an extensive period of time. There also exists a spell named Holy II, which can only be cast by Proto-Ultima and Alexander (high-level Notorious Monsters), the latter of which also has an attack called Mega Holy; these spells are rather powerful.

Final Fantasy XII

Holy is a Level 7 White Magick spell, and can be purchased at Balfonheim after the events at Ridorana.

In the International Zodiac Job System version, Holy is a White Magick 11 License. It can only be obtained from a chest at the Pharos of Ridorana's First Ascent/Wellspring Ravel. It is a spell for both White Mage and Monk job classes, though Monks can only learn it after getting the Esper Chaos license.

The Esper Ultima uses Holyja as a special attack.

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings

Holy is a spell only Penelo, Esper Zalera, the Judge of Wings, and Feolthanos can use. The spell causes damage to one foe.

Final Fantasy Tactics

Learned by the White Mage, Holy is the ultimate White Magic, costing 600 JP to learn. It costs 56 MP to use and has a speed of 17. Unlike many offensive spells in the game which can be learned by the player generally, Holy ignores all magic evasion of the target, unless the target has immunity against holy-elemental. Holy is also considered to be the best attack spell to be calculated. A dark version of Holy also exists in the game, called Unholy Darkness, known as Dark Holy on the PS1 version.

In the PS1 version, there is also chance that the caster will chant, "Bright light, shine down on bloody impurity! Holy!", and "Aurora, exhale bloody air! Dark Holy!", for Dark Holy.

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

Holy can be learned by Bishops through the Nirvana Staff. As such, it is only usable by Bangaa.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles

Holy could be cast by combining any Fire, Blizzard, or Thunder Magicite with one Life Magicite, the latter being in the second command slot. It causes base magic damage to every monster, aside from Raem, and makes ghost monsters more susceptible to physical attacks.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates

Holy is casted by piling Cure, Clear, and Raise.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King

Holy is the only Holy spell ability, exclusive to the White Mage class, and caps at level 100. It deals holy elemental damage to one enemy, can be used once per battle, and up to 5 times a day.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time

Holy is casted by stacking Cure and Raise target rings.

Final Fantasy Mystic Quest

Holy is known as White in this game, and is a powerful Wizard Magic spell that can destroy all enemies quickly. Phoebe, Reuben, and Benjamin can use this, and it is non-elemental (there is no Holy element in Mystic Quest). It is second only to Flare. The Dark King can also use an upgraded version called Mega White.

Dissidia Final Fantasy

Kuja casting Seraphic Star in Dissidia.

Holy is a Brave Attack for Bartz and Terra, which shoots five orbs of light at the opponent. Terra also has Holy Combo as another of her Brave attacks, which allows her to follow up the initial Holy with a barrage of fireballs before attacking with Ultima. In her EX Mode, Terra's Holy only fires three orbs, but can be cast twice in a row. Onion Knight is able to use Holy in his EX Burst, which summons a burst of light around the enemy.

Kuja has two variations of Holy: Ring Holy which is a Brave attack that fires three rings of energy, and Seraphic Star (Holy Star in Japanese vesion) which is an HP attack that fires an orb of light that explodes in a flash of energy. The animation is identical to Holy's appearance in Final Fantasy IX.


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Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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From Lostpedia

First seen
Last seen
Constructed by
Controlled by
5 of 6
Observation and psychological research
Abandoned, but later used by the Others to monitor the Swan inhabitants
Discovered by
Paulo & Nikki (Day 24),
Locke & Eko (Day 65)

The Temple


The Pearl is DHARMA Initiative station number 5, initially discovered by Paulo, and subsequently found by Locke and Eko. Its location is about a half day's journey north of the survivors' camp, and several hours south of the Barracks. The station is located entirely underground well away from any other DHARMA facilities. This is also the location where the drug smugglers' plane crashed on the Island, in the tree canopy above the station.

The purpose of the station ostensibly appeared to be the video surveillance of the inhabitants of the Swan station, but it was later implied that station was actually an elaborate psychological experiment being carried out on the Pearl's own staff. ("?")  ("Live Together, Die Alone")



Mike the Technician

DHARMA Initiative

Little is known of the history of the Pearl station although it was constructed by the DHARMA Initiative somewhere between 1971 and 1973. A number of DHARMA personnel were assigned here during the station's early years -- although it is not clear what their mission was or if they were subjects of ongoing psychological experiments during that time. Mike, who welcomed Ben and Roger Linus on the Island, was a technician assigned to the Pearl, according to his DHARMA jumpsuit. ("The Man Behind the Curtain")

In later years, after the construction of the Swan, staff stationed at the Pearl were tasked to continually monitor the inhabitants of the Swan, recording their activities in minute detail. The Pearl was also equipped with a computer which would remotely log the Swan Station crew members pushing the button. While believing that they were filing reports on their observations with their superiors, it was implied later that the Pearl staff themselves were the ones being experimented upon.

The Pearl was operated by the DHARMA Initiative until at least the time of the Purge, indicated by Roger Linus telling his son that they needed to transport some supplies out to the station on the same day. ("The Man Behind the Curtain")

Later, in the polar bear cave Locke found a skeleton still shrouded in the remnants of a DHARMA jumpsuit displaying the Pearl's logo. This individual's demise likely occurred some point after the Purge. ("Further Instructions")

The Others

The Others clearly were aware of the Pearl station and that it could be used for surveillance. It seems likely that the Others were using the Pearl, in part, to spy on the castaways after their discovery of the Swan. This may explain how Tom knew Locke was carrying a concealed weapon during their encounter at the line on Day 52. Surveillance from the Pearl may also have assisted the Others in manipulating Michael. ("The 23rd Psalm")  ("The Hunting Party")  ("Exposé") Why the Others left Desmond alone in his task of "pushing the button" is unknown.

Mikhail's elaborate prepared deception at the Flame suggests the Others were aware the Pearl could be used to monitor other stations on the Island. Per Locke's comment: "I guess he'll be expecting us." ("The Cost of Living")  ("Enter 77")

The stubbed-out cigarette on one of the tables in the Pearl points to recent visitors and likely was left by one of the Others visiting the station. ("?")  ("Exposé")

Recent Events

The Pearl discovered by Paulo and Nikki

Season One (Days 1-44)

Nikki and Paulo first stumbled upon the Pearl on Day 24 while searching for their missing luggage. The Beechcraft was still suspended in the trees above the Pearl entrance - which, at the time, was covered by a thin layer of fresh dirt. ("Exposé")

Later, following clues in one of Locke's visions, Locke and Boone found the drug smugglers' plane perched above at the edge of a cliff - unaware of the station's location nearby. Boone climbed up into the plane, causing it to fall. This accident later led to his death. ("Deus Ex Machina")

The entrance to the Pearl

Season Two (Days 44-67)

On Day 49, Paulo returned to the station on his own looking for a good place to hide the diamonds. While concealing the diamonds in the station's bathroom, he overheard the arrival of two Others: Ben and Juliet. Unaware of Paulo's presence, Ben seemed surprised to find the entrance of the station open, attributing it to Tom's visit a couple of days earlier. Ben asked Juliet to have Tom cover the Pearl's entrance with the now-fallen drug smugglers' plane. The two used the station's monitors briefly to monitor activity at the Swan before departing.("Exposé")

The Pearl was discovered by Locke and Mr. Eko who were searching for the location that corresponded to the question mark at the center of the blast door map. During their search, they happened upon the fallen drug smuggler's plane. Inspired by a dream, Eko climbed to the top of the cliff. Looking down, he noticed a cleared circle in the vegetation which when combined with the plane looked similar to a question mark. The cleared area of ground had been salted to prevent it from being overgrown by the jungle. The Pearl's entrance was hidden beneath the crashed plane.("?")

"I guess he'll be expecting us."

Season Three (Days 68-91)

A small party consisting of Locke, Desmond, Sayid, Nikki and Paulo returned the Pearl in an attempt to see if they could learn anything further from the Pearl's computer which might lead them to Jack, Sawyer and Kate. They discovered that the monitors could be used to observe other DHARMA stations on the Island -- and in fiddling with the feeds, Sayid briefly was able to switch one to gain a live picture from the Flame. A man with an eye patch was briefly seen, who looked right at the camera before reaching up and turning it off. ("The Cost of Living")

Station 5 - The Pearl


The exact purpose of the Pearl station is ambiguous. According to the orientation video, the station's purpose is to monitor the inhabitants of the Swan via a video surveillance system - particularly with an eye towards monitoring their psychological state as they continued to perform their duties. The video also appears to imply that "pushing the button" was of no significance. However, other evidence suggests that the Pearl staff themselves were the ones who were subjects of an experiment, rather than those they were monitoring.

It should be noted that the Pearl was built well before the Swan, so likely had a different mission earlier in its history.

The Pearl's Orientation video

Pearl Orientation video

The Pearl Orientation video was discovered in one of the station's cupboards. The video is hosted by a man who introduces himself as Dr. Mark Wickmund. According to the film, the staff of the Pearl would work in teams of two, continuously monitoring activities of DHARMA Initiative projects elsewhere on the Island. While not referred to directly, video feeds from the Swan are visible in the background on some of the Pearl station's monitors. Dr. Wickmund notes that the subjects seen on the monitors are unaware that they are under observation or that they are subjects in an experiment. Team members would take an eight hour shift, recording their observations carefully in provided notebooks. Each time a notebook was filled, it was to be placed in a pneumatic tube where it would be immediately transported to their superiors. At the conclusion of their shift, the staff would be transported back to the Barracks via the Pala Ferry. The use of the word "projects" by Dr. Wickmund suggests that other stations on the Island may be monitored from the Pearl. ("?")  ("The Cost of Living")

Other Evidence

  • At least one camera was hidden within the Pearl station to monitor the watchers. The camera was exposed by the collapse of one of the ceiling's panels allowing Locke to spot it. It is unknown if the camera was still operational in 2004 - or where it might be monitored from. ("?")
  • Later, Jack, Kate, Sawyer, Hurley and Michael stumbed onto a garbage dump out in the middle of the jungle which appeared to be the terminus of the pneumatic tube. A huge uncollected pile of capsules appears to suggest that the work being done at the Pearl had little or no value. (Per the eight hour shifts of the Pearl staff, it is unlikely that work continued for long after the Purge.) ("Live Together, Die Alone")
  • The act of pushing the button at the Swan clearly had a specific and tangible purpose, which seems to reinforce the notion that it was the Pearl whose staff members were unknowingly taking part in a psychological experiment. ("?")  ("Live Together, Die Alone")


The Pearl station is located entirely underground. A ladder descends from a hatch set into the ground into a short corridor which leads into a large octagonal room. While there is a bathroom, there are no living quarters as the Pearl's staff only served in eight hours shifts. The station appears to have sustained some damage over the years: there are missing panels in the roof, loose wires hanging from the monitors and signs of neglect.

The Pearl covered by the plane, as seen by Mr. Eko

Entrance/Question mark

The entrance to the Pearl is a large hatch set into the ground at the foot of a large cliff in the middle of the jungle. A large area of ground in proximity to the hatch was cleared and salted so as to create the giant symbol of a question mark. The salt kept the symbol from being overgrown by the jungle and it was of sufficient size to make it clearly visible from the air. ("?") In the feature Access: Granted, the Pearl was confirmed to be the question mark displayed on the blast door map.

This area was also the crash site of the drug smugglers' plane which later fell and was used by the Others as additional concealment for the station's entrance. ("Exposé")

The station entrance itself is a large two-door octagonal hatch. Below a ladder descended into the station's underground interior.

The Pearl's observation room

Observation room

At the foot of the ladder, a short corridor leads into the central location of the Pearl: a large octagonal chamber. One end of the room is taken up by a large bank of monitors with two comfortable chairs set in front of them where the Pearl staff would perform their surveillance activities. Set along one wall is a recessed counter with a computer and associated printer. Several cabinets were built into the walls containing a number of notebooks used by the DHARMA staff to record their observations, plastic capsules for the pneumatic tube, and the DHARMA orientation video for the Pearl. The room also contained a beta-VCR capable of playing the videos on the monitors.

Monitor bank

One end of the room is entirely taken up by a large monitor bank consisting of nine screens. The monitors are configured in a 3x3 array and numbered, columns first.

Each monitor has three circular operational dials aligned in a vertical column. The upper two have similar designs, but the lower dial is different and is about twice the size. To activate the monitors, Locke used the big dial to turn on screens 1 through 3 and the upper small dial to turn on screen 7 (upper right).

Locke watches the Swan

Screen 7 received a live video surveillance feed from the kitchen of the Swan station, showing Jack, while all the other screens displayed static. Screen 5 was used to display the Pearl's orientation video, and Ben was able to manipulate it to display the same feed as screen 7. Above the monitors, mounted on the wall, are three speakers which likely transmitted audio from the stations under surveillance. ("?") It should be noted that when John looks up during the Pearl Orientation Video at the live feed of the Swan, the camera angle appears to have panned; now showing the hallway leading into the bunk area.

It was revealed that the Pearl is designed to monitor several stations at once. Sayid managed to patch a signal in from the Flame. During this transmission, a resident of this station, Mikhail, became aware he was being observed and shut off the camera. ("The Cost of Living")

Similar banks of monitors have been found at the Flame, the Hydra and the security room at the Barracks. It is unknown if these camera feeds are connected.

The Pearl's chair buttons


Two padded comfortable chairs sit before the monitors, each with a table and magnifying viewing lens mounted on an adjustable arm assembly. Several rocker-switches sit on the left arm of the chairs and on the right chair a dial can be used to dim or increase the room lights.

On Paulo's visit to the Pearl, looking to hide the diamonds, one of the tables contained what appeared to be the stubbed-out ashes of a cigarette. These were later seen by Locke and Eko in their discovery of the station. ("?")  ("Exposé")

The Pearl's computer


Main article: Pearl computer

Atop a small counter nearby is the Pearl computer, looking very similar to the the Swan's computer, with the addition of a printer, a DHARMA-branded Apple ImageWriter II. (Interestingly, the Pearl's computer bears the logo of the Swan but this is most likely a production error.)

When Locke discovered the computer, the screen was displaying the prompt, "Print log? Y/N". Upon giving the "Y" command, the computer's dot-matrix printer printed the log printout, a repeating series of numeric codes, interspersed by the word "accepted" (example: 41602064:41 accepted 41602086:29 accepted) These numbers indicated the timestamp of activity occurring on the Swan's Computer when the inhabitants of the Swan station entered the Numbers and pressed "Execute". Later Desmond discovered that the log also captured the "system failure" warnings from the Swan corresponding to the crash of Flight 815. ("?")  ("Live Together, Die Alone")

Dr. Mark Wickmund and the pneumatic tube

Message tube

Main article: Pneumatic tube

In one corner, the Pearl contains a functioning pneumatic tube. Upon completing a notebook of observations, the station's personnel were supposed to insert their notebooks in a plastic capsule and place the capsule inside the tube. The Pearl orientation video then maintains that the capsule would be transported directly to "us". The terminus of the pneumatic tube, however, turns out to be a large garbage dump where containers of notebooks were simply piling up without anyone checking or collecting them.

Locke took his rough sketch of the blast door map and sent it through the tube where it was later found by Sawyer at the capsule dump. In examining one of the completed log books at the dump, Kate found several references to an "S.R." It is highly likely this was shorthand for Stuart Radzinsky - indicating the Pearl was to be staffed after Radzinsky took up operation at the Swan before the Purge. ("Live Together, Die Alone")

The fact that the notebooks were merely accumulating at a spot, seemingly not being used for any purpose, reinforces the idea that the psychological experimentation was actually directed against the inhabitants of the Pearl, rather than those whom they were observing.

The Pearl's camera


Behind one of the broken panels in the ceiling, a camera is visible, apparently filming the Pearl station and its personnel. It can be assumed the Pearl's staff during the time of the DHARMA Initiative was unaware of its existence per its location would have been hidden behind the panel. ("?")

The diamonds hidden in the toilet


The Pearl has a functioning bathroom which Paulo used to hide the diamonds. The room is separated from the Observation chamber by a sliding door. ("The Cost of Living")  ("Exposé")

Notable visitors

Picture Name First visit Last visit Reason for Visit
Tom "Exposé" "Exposé" Visited the Pearl to monitor the survivors in the Swan hatch.
Nikki "The Cost of Living" "The Cost of Living" The first of the survivors to find the Pearl, Nikki chooses not to explore it until much later, when she goes (along with Paulo) to Locke. Witnesses Mikhail's appearance and Eko's death.
Paulo "The Cost of Living" "The Cost of Living" First found the Pearl with Nikki, hid the diamonds in the toilet. Later revisited, retrieved the diamonds, and witnessed Mikhail watching them over the camera. Soon after, he witnessed Eko's death.
Ben "Exposé" "Exposé" Visited station with Juliet to monitor Jack.
Juliet "Exposé" "Exposé" Visited station with Ben to monitor Jack.
Elliott "Whatever It Takes" "Whatever It Takes" (*Non-canon*) Explored the Pearl after finding a capsule near the sonar fence.
Locke "?" "The Cost of Living" Found the Hatch with Eko, causing him to have a crisis of faith.
Eko "?" "?" Visited with Locke, told to find it by a vision of his brother, Yemi.
Desmond "The Cost of Living" "The Cost of Living" Visited station with Locke.
Sayid "The Cost of Living" "The Cost of Living" Visited station with Locke.


The Pearl at the beginning of Cloverfield


  • The Sanskrit translation for Pearl is "Falling Star" or "Gem of the Moon"
  • In the opening sequence of the movie Cloverfield, The Pearl station logo appears briefly as a visual "Easter egg". Cloverfield was written by Drew Goddard, a writer on Lost, and produced by J.J. Abrams, one of the creators of Lost. (Outside references to Lost)
  • The inverted version of the Pearl logo (With a black pearl) can be seen inside the Season 2 DVD Box Set behind the special features disc.

Production notes

  • The Pearl's computer bears the logo of the Swan, indicating it is probably the same prop.

Unanswered questions

Unanswered questions
  1. Do not answer the questions here.
  2. Keep the questions open-ended and neutral: do not suggest an answer.
More details...
For fan theories about these unanswered questions, see: The Pearl/Theories
  • When was the station constructed?
  • Why was it necessary that location of the station be visible from above?
  • What other stations can be monitored from the Pearl?
  • What was the purpose of the experiments being carried out at The Pearl?
    • Why was the Pearl computer set up to monitor the act of "pushing the button" at the Swan?
    • Who was monitoring the Pearl's staff?
  • When did the Others become aware they could monitor the Swan from the Pearl?
  • Who left the stubbed-out cigarette butts before Paulo's visit?

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From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

This article is about an ordinary oyster pearl. For the reward from the Sea Slug quest, see Oyster pearls.
A detailed view of an oyter pearl

An Oyster pearl is a small, round, milky-coloured semi-precious gem that members can use a chisel on to make 6 pearl bolt tips. They need level 41 Fletching, and gain 3 experience points in doing so[1]. Note that this item looks like an open oyster containing a pearl.

Oyster pearls are perhaps the least preferred method of making bolt tips, as each one takes as long to cut as a gem such as emerald but yields only half the number of tips. They are very poor experience (yielding only 3.8xp for each tip produced and mounted onto an iron bolt), but doing this will produce a profit of around 7 coins per bolt, if the bolts and oyster pearls are bought at the Grand Exchange. Mounting pre-cut Pearl bolt tips will yield a profit of around 6 coins per bolt, which may be the better option. The time taken to cut a pearl into bolt tips can be valued at 6 x 10 coins (value of bolt tips) - 50 coins (cost of oyster) = 10 coins.

Players may obtain an oyster pearl by opening an oyster. It may contain a pearl, or it may be an empty oyster, which is useless. Players can catch oysters randomly via the Fishing skill using a big fishing net, if they have at least level 16 Fishing[2]. For example in Catherby. Also, oysters can be a common drop from rock crabs, who frequently drop 1, or possibly 2 when killed. Another common source is through panning at the Digsite.

See also

  • Oyster pearls, a reward from the Sea Slug quest that yields four times as many bolt tips.
  • You may also get oysters with pearls in them during recipe for disaster when diving, as Mudskippers sometimes drop them when killed.


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From Yu-Gi-Oh!






Ōkubo Kasumi



Alternate names

Kasumi Okubo

Appears in

Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Tag Force 4



Pearl, known as Kasumi Okubo in the Japanese version, is a character appearing in Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Tag Force 4

She uses a "Mokey Mokey" Deck.

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Gender Female  +

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