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Pirates were criminals who robbed ships at sea (or, in the case of space pirates, ships in space).

Samuel Pike was a pirate captain in the 17th century who searched for the treasure of pirate captain Avery. (DW: The Smugglers)

Red Jasper was a pirate captain in the 18th century who encountered the Doctor and Evelyn Smythe. (BFA: Doctor Who and the Pirates)

Blackbeard was a pirate captain in the 18th century and the subject of several works of fiction. (DW: The Mind Robber)

Kaliko was a pirate captain in the 40th century who robbed the Oil Corp Oil Rigs on Boukon. (DW: The Infinite Quest)

One of the ships used by the Eternals in their contest for Enlightenment resembled a pirate ship and was crewed by pirates. (DW: Enlightenment)

Nathan li Shao was a sky pirate in a pocket universe created by a Charon. (NA: Sky Pirates!)

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A pirate is any person who commits robbery at sea. While piracy is a serious and problematic crime in any time period, modern depictions have glorified the practice, particularly that of the 18th century. They are often depicted as fun and playful, gaining great wealth and fame.

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Kiev, Ukraine
Soldier, Workers'-Peasants' Red Army
In Australia...
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S1 - S2 - S3 - MP - S4 - S5 - S6


Mikhail Bakunin (Russian: Михаил Бакунин; Ukrainian: Михайло Бакунін) was a member of the Others and a former Soviet soldier who lived in the Flame, where he was stationed to manage communications with the outside world. Skilled in the use of weapons and hand-to-hand combat, Mikhail was a trusted lieutenant of Benjamin Linus. After his capture by a small group of Oceanic Flight 815 survivors, John Locke pushed him through the sonar fence, and he was thought to have been killed, but he survived, attributing his survival to the fence's non-lethal setting. He was later shot in the chest with a spear gun, but survived long enough to detonate a grenade outside the window of the Looking Glass station, drowning Charlie Pace. He perished when the grenade detonated in his hand, believing that his orders to kill Charlie were essential to the survival of the Island.


Before the Island

Bakunin told Sayid that he grew up in Kiev and joined the Soviet Army, performing years of unpleasant actions in the service including a stint in Afghanistan during the war between the Soviets and Mujahaddin. During this time he became familiar with field medical treatments. Mikhail was eventually stationed at a military listening post in Vladivostok, located in the Far East of Siberia on the Pacific Ocean. In the early 1990s his military unit was decommissioned, and he was released from the Soviet Army. He claimed that at the age of 24, he replied to a newspaper advertisement titled "Would you like to save the world?" and was recruited by a "magnificent man." He eventually ended up arriving on the Island around 1993. Before he was revealed as being one of the Others, he had claimed to be a member of the DHARMA Initiative, but later confessed that this was not true. ("Enter 77")

On the Island

Mikhail Bakunin on the Pearl station monitor before deactivating the camera ("The Cost of Living")

Mikhail was put in the charge of the Flame communications station by the Others. He described himself as wanting to work alone like a lighthouse keeper, and the job at the station afforded him that opportunity. At the station, he wore a DHARMA Initiative uniform, and was armed. When Ben approached the Flame on the day of the air crash, he was very careful. He seemed somewhat concerned that Mikhail might take a shot at anyone approaching unannounced. ("One of Us")

The day Oceanic Flight 815 crashed, Ben brought Juliet to the Flame, where Mikhail was already active in screening news reports related to the flight's disappearance, and starting to gather information about everyone aboard. At Ben's request, Mikhail opened a live off-island video feed from Richard Alpert in Miami, showing Juliet that her sister Rachel and Rachel's baby were both alive and quite well, and then cut the feed when Ben told him to. ("One of Us")

Days 72-91 (Season 3)

Mikhail surrenders to Locke. ("Enter 77")

When Locke, Sayid, Desmond, Nikki and Paulo visited the Pearl station, Sayid was able to rewire the live video surveillance feed to the upper-left monitor (monitor 1). Mikhail, wearing a DHARMA Initiative uniform and an eye patch, appeared. He looked directly at the camera, put his hand over the camera lens, and the signal from the camera was lost. In response, Locke said whimsically, "I guess he'll be expecting us." ("The Cost of Living")

En route to rescue Jack from the Barracks, Kate, Locke, Sayid and Danielle came across the Flame station. Danielle claimed that she had never been there before, and then excused herself from the group, saying that she had managed to survive for so long precisely by avoiding contact with other people on the Island. Mikhail was observed by the group as he performed some chores outside the Flame, and, except for the horse tied up outside that was saddled with short stirrups (and that only Sayid made note of), it appeared that he was the sole inhabitant of the station. Sayid chose to walk unarmed with his hands in the air toward the Flame, but Mikhail shot him in the arm with a rifle. Locke and Kate then charged the station and captured Mikhail. They all then went inside where they interrogated him. Mikhail presented himself as the "last surviving member of the DHARMA Initiative", referred to the Others as the "Hostiles", and implied that they had survived a war known as "The Purge", which had ended with the death of all members of the DHARMA Initiative. Mikhail claimed that the "Hostiles" had been on the Island for a very long time. (Note: Later, Mikhail revealed that he had never been a member of the DHARMA Initiative, but was one of the Others.) A Cyrillic typewriter with a Russian language document by Mikhail was also visible in the room. The text contains the Russian name 'Andrei' and a handwritten note in red on the margins: "My name is also Andrei" [In Russian: "Меня тоже зовут Андрей"]. ("Enter 77")

Mikhail, after shooting Sayid outside the Flame ("Enter 77")

Sayid and Kate tied him up, and went into the basement of the Flame to investigate. Mikhail managed to untie himself, and he then took Locke hostage by stealing Locke's own knife. ("Enter 77")

When Kate and Sayid returned, they held Bea Klugh, who had been hiding in the basement, hostage. Klugh desperately shouted at Mikhail in Russian to kill her and himself in order to "not let them...get into the territory" (Russian: "Мы не дадим им пройти на территорию"). Mikhail was extremely reluctant, but finally conceded. He asked Klugh for forgiveness, and then shot her in the chest. ("Enter 77")

Immediately after, Mikhail turned the gun on himself, but was quickly subdued by Locke and Sayid before he could follow through. With a rifle pointed at his heart, Mikhail begged for his captors to "finish it," but Sayid decided he was more valuable to them as a prisoner rather than dead. ("Enter 77")

Mikhail's "deceased" body ("Par Avion")

Bound at the wrists, Mikhail traveled with Kate, Sayid, Locke and Rousseau (who rejoined the group) to find the Others' home, the "Barracks". During a discussion, Kate asked Mikhail why he would ever want to return to the Island if he left. He said that it was impossible for her to understand because she was not on "the list". He then went on to detail specific reasons why they were not on the list, indicating that Kate was "flawed", Sayid was "frightened", Rousseau was "weak", and Locke was "angry". Sayid challenged Mikhail, suggesting that he knew nothing about them. Mikhail responded by addressing each of them by their full name, even though none of them had told him this information. Mikhail then said sarcastically that he had no memory of Kate or Sayid, and that he had a memory of "a John Locke", but that the John Locke he knew had been "para-" -- at which point he was cut off by Rousseau.

Mikhail, beaten to the ground by Locke ("The Man Behind the Curtain")

Once at the Barracks' security perimeter, Mikhail told the other members of the party that it was no longer functional,and that trying to circumvent the perimeter would be a waste of time, as it made a complete loop around the compound. Without consulting Sayid or Kate, Locke suddenly pushed Mikhail between two of the perimeter's sensor pylons, which then began to emit a loud, high-pitched noise. Mikhail thanked Locke for his action, and began to foam at the mouth while blood spouted from his ears. In short order, Mikhail fell backwards and collapsed. Sayid and Kate looked at Locke afterward in shock at his action. After managing to cross the barrier, they left his body there, believing him to be dead. ("Par Avion")

Jin subdues Mikhail after chasing him in the jungle. ("D.O.C.")  (promotional still)

Later it was revealed that Mikhail survived because "the pylons were not set to a lethal level"("The Man Behind the Curtain"). Several days later, shortly after Hurley fired a flare, he came across Desmond, Charlie, Jin and Hurley with the injured Naomi. He attempted to flee, but he was chased down by Jin. Jin overpowered him, and Mikhail offered to help save Naomi if they promised to let him go afterward. Desmond agreed, and Mikhail set to work performing first aid on Naomi. He quickly diagnosed that she had a punctured lung. He ventilated her, and removed the branch that had caused the damage. After bandaging her, he said that she would be ready to move in a day or a day and a half, noting that wounds heal much more quickly on the Island. He then left. Before he could get very far, it was discovered that Naomi's satellite phone was missing. Jin chased him down again, and it was revealed that he had taken it. Desmond still stuck to his word and let Mikhail go, despite Charlie and Jin's protests. Mikhail commented that they should understand that he had to at least have tried to take the phone. ("D.O.C.")

Mikhail is ordered to head to the Looking Glass station. ("Through the Looking Glass")  (promotional still)

Mikhail then found the Others in the jungle, together with Locke. He reported to Ben that the fence was set at a non-lethal setting, and then told about Naomi's arrival. Ben tried to forestall Locke's request to see Jacob by using this new crisis as an excuse. In response, Locke attacked and beat Mikhail senseless while the Others watched from a distance, despite Ben's orders to some of them to intervene. Later, Mikhail watched Ben and Locke leave to go to Jacob, glaring at Locke. ("The Man Behind the Curtain")

Mikhail was later given the task of securing the Looking Glass when Ben discovered that Charlie had managed to get in. Mikhail arrived at the cable the next day, spotted Desmond in the outrigger just offshore, and fired some rounds at him with his rifle. Desmond dove down to the Looking Glass for safety.

Mikhail then arrived inside the Looking Glass, and found fellow Others Bonnie and Greta, whom he greeted: "I thought you were on assignment in Canada!" He explained that he was there to check up on things. Alone in the Looking Glass' communications room, Mikhail contacted Ben over his portable radio, questioning him why Ben had previously claimed the Looking Glass had been flooded. Ben admitted to having lied to his people about that, explaining that he did it for the good of the Island, and that the lie now needed to be covered up, meaning everyone inside the Looking Glass was to be killed. After deliberation, Mikhail accepted the task. He then emerged from the communications room, shot Greta dead, and fatally wounded Bonnie, before he was himself shot by Desmond (who had been hiding in the weapons locker) with a spear gun. Mikhail fell down, seemingly dead, leaving Desmond and Charlie to continue their mission to stop the Looking Glass from blocking all radio signals on the Island.

Mikhail peers through the Looking Glass porthole, a grenade in his hand. ("Through the Looking Glass")

However, Mikhail was not dead, and managed to escape from the Looking Glass. As Charlie was in the communications room, Mikhail appeared outside the porthole without any breathing apparatus and with a grenade in hand. He then made sure to catch Charlie's attention by tapping on the window before setting off the grenade, still in hand, grinning. The porthole shattered and water flooded in, drowning Charlie, with Mikhail perishing when the hand grenade detonated.


Note 1:

"Pickett obviously died earlier, Klugh is gone, Mikhail is dead, so you know there are more of us than the Others, we did pretty well in sort of the final tally."

Damon Lindelof, producer, Comic Con 2007

As heard on the August 2 podcast, Damon Lindelof confirmed at Comic-Con 2007 that Mikhail is deceased. [1] This can further be heard on the September 21st podcast and on the Blu-ray Disc of Lost: The Complete Third Season.


Mikhail without an eye patch ("Through the Looking Glass")


  • Out of all the main characters, Mikhail has only met Ben, Juliet, Sayid, Kate, Locke, Desmond, Charlie, Jin, Hurley and Richard.
  • In every episode where Mikhail makes a non-flashback appearance with speaking lines, he is brutally beaten up or wounded until he eventually dies.
  • Mikhail speaks Russian, English and Italian. Later, while treating Naomi, Mikhail seems to also understand Portuguese. ("D.O.C.")
  • When reporting to Ben about Naomi's Freighter he translates the 80 miles distance into 130 "klicks". ("The Man Behind the Curtain"). "Klick" is a common military term meaning "kilometer". Its use became popular among soldiers in Vietnam during the 1960s. He also referred to her helicopter as a "helo", a military term for helicopter.
  • The character shares his name with philosopher Mikhail Bakunin.
  • Mikhail is farsighted.
  • Mikhail appears to have some understanding of the Russian martial art sambo (combat variation), which was probably part of his military training.
  • Mikhail is the third character in the series to have begged to be killed at gunpoint (the first being Rousseau in "Maternity Leave" and the second being Bea Klugh earlier in the same episode ("Enter 77").
  • His birthday, November 12th, is also the birthday of Nadia Comaneci (1961-11-12), which makes Mikhail a Scorpio.
  • In 1967, Nadia Comaneci joined a newly formed gym club, "The Flame".
  • His cat is named after Nadia Comaneci, and also has the same name as Sayid's former lover.
  • In the 15th issue of Lost: The Official Magazine, Andrew Divoff claimed he played the shooting of Bea Klugh as if the two were lovers. He also says he thinks Mikhail did not participate in the Purge.
  • He has a lot of features very similar to Sayid, including his past in the military, his solitary nature and his experience with communications equipment

Production notes

Reference to anarchist philosopher Mikhail Bakunin

Main article: Philosophy
  • The real Mikhail Bakunin was a proponent of anarchism and the questioning of authority. Ironically, the show's Mikhail is referred to by Ben as "a loyalist", and he (apparently) agrees with Bonnie that the Others shouldn't question their orders (Through the Looking Glass).

Unanswered questions

Unanswered questions
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For fan theories about these unanswered questions, see: Mikhail Bakunin/Theories
  • When did he arrive on the Island?
  • What happened to his eye?
  • What is the significance of, presumably, Mikhail's note: "My name is also Andrei"?

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This article is about the attackable NPC. For other uses, see Pirate (disambiguation).
A vicious pirate.
A Pirate is an non-player character that can be found in the Asgarnian Ice Dungeon, at Brimhaven in member's worlds, in the Port Sarim jail, and on Pirates' Cove.

Level 57 pirates can be found during Cabin Fever.

Some pirates have a talk option and respond with unintelligible pirate slang when the player speaks to them.   A large amount of NPC pirate models have been updated on 9 November 2009.

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A pirate is a person who commits acts of robbery on another vessel either in space or traditionally at sea. A person who does so on behalf of a sovereign government is called a privateer.

During the Dominion War acts of piracy increased within Federation space due to Starfleet's resources becoming stretched due to the commitments of the war. (Star Trek: Swiftfire: "A Rough Time")

The GHS Marianela began her career as a Prime Industries sectorial flagship before being captured by the Gorn Hegemony. Along with the RIS Bouteina it launched an attack on a planet held by a Mirak-dominated pirate cartel to both recover some of the Marianela's crew and to privateer from the cartel by outright capturing the planet. (RIS Bouteina)

The crew of the USS Justice (NCC-1721) from 23rd century were lost in time; going from 2263 to 2363. Lost and alone in the Oralian sector, almost ten years before the Federation made official contact with the local inhabitants of the region, Captain Bruce Aranog and his crew turned to piracy as a way to cope with being surrounded by strange aliens, who were technologically superior to them by a hundred years. In 2380, they were discovered by the USS Pioneer near the Great Barrier Rift. This caused some rejoicing on the Pioneer, before they realized that the crew of the Justice had changed and become pirates. Aranog and his crew attempted to takeover the Pioneer. Kelsoe and his crew fought back and eventually turned Aranog and his crew over the authorities. (Star Trek: Pioneer (STP): "Space Pirates")

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The Invids pirates.
"You'll make a space-pirate yet!"
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The term pirate referred to the variety of rogues that were scattered across the galaxy who would attack, rob or commandeer ships as they saw fit.



While their actions were inherently illegal, the morals of various pirates varied considerably. Some were cutthroat brigands who were petty murderers or thieves, but others, such as Nym, had a set of morals that prohibited killing the innocent, and generally restricted their actions to the rich. Other pirates, referred to as "privateers", operated under the sanction of governments or organizations like the Alliance to Restore the Republic. Privateers tended to hold themselves to a more "civilized" standard than other pirates, and restricted their activities to specific targets. Most pirates were orphans or citizens that were unemployed because of either being uneducated or having a lust for adventure, riches or anarchy.

Indeed, on a few occasions, pirates have pulled through to help the galaxy as a whole. Nym himself aided the Naboo around the time of the Battle of Naboo by destroying a Trade Federation droid foundry on Eos, and helping the Naboo resistance hold off an army attempting to flank the Gungans on the Naboo plains.

A popular weapon of space pirates was the ion cannon. The ion cannon could disable an entire ship and therefore would be easier to board and loot. Pirate gangs operated as two groups: the boarding group and the attack group. The attack group would disable the ship and its weapons and the boarding group would board the ship to steal or plunder whatever they could find (credits, chronos, comlinks and blasters).

Some pirates lent their services to other organizations, such as the Rebel Alliance or the Zann Consortium.

The most identifiable symbol of the pirate was the Blazing Claw.

List of pirates


An Aqualish pirate.


The pirate known as Crimson Jack.
Pirates, 137 ABY.

Notable pirate symbols and insignia


A member of the Binayre Pirates.
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Pirates are outlaw marauders of the seas surrounding the Shattered Isles. Their only motivation is greed and their primary purpose is to gain wealth in any way possible. They are very untrusting, and do not make any alliances except to their own benefit. They can frequently be seen raiding Liberty Bay, and when they are approached by groups of players, they seem to target the weakest ones first.


Creature Exp HP Summon Convince Loot
Pirate Buccaneer Image:Pirate Buccaneer.gif 250 425 -- 595 0-59 gp, Compass, Bag, Torch, Worn Leather Boots, 0-6 Throwing Knives, Sabre, Sword (semi-rare), Battle Shield (semi-rare), Treasure Map (Pirate) (rare), Pirate Shirt (rare), Plate Armor (rare), Peg Leg (rare), Eye Patch (rare), Strong Health Potion (very rare), Pirate Backpack (very rare), Hook (very rare).
Pirate Corsair Image:Pirate Corsair.gif 350 675 -- 775 0-100 gp, Bag, Sabre, Sword, Dark Shield, Dark Armor, 0-12 Throwing Stars, Treasure Map (Pirate), Hook (semi-rare), Peg Leg (semi-rare), Eye Patch (semi-rare), Strong Health Potion (rare), Skull Candle (rare), Pirate Backpack (rare), Pirate Hat (rare), Pirate Boots (very rare), Piggy Bank (very rare).
Pirate Cutthroat Image:Pirate Cutthroat.gif 175 325 -- 495 0-48 gp, Compass, Bag, Sword, Scale Armor, Steel Shield, Peg Leg (semi-rare), Hook (semi-rare), Eye Patch (semi-rare), Dice (semi-rare), Pirate Knee Breeches (rare), Rum Flask (rare), Light Shovel (rare), Pirate Bag (rare), Treasure Map (Pirate) (rare).
Pirate Ghost Image:Pirate Ghost.gif 250 275 -- -- 0-69 gp, Bag, Dirty Cape, Torn Book, Stealth Ring (rare), Parchment (rare), Spike Sword (very rare), Red Robe (very rare), Tattered Piece of Robe.
Pirate Marauder Image:Pirate Marauder.gif 125 210 -- 490 0-60 gp, Compass, Bag, Torch, Sword, Chain Armor, Plate Shield, 0-2 Spears, Bandana (semi-rare), Peg Leg (semi-rare), Hook (semi-rare), Eye Patch (semi-rare), Treasure Map (semi-rare), Rum Flask (semi-rare), Pirate Bag (semi-rare), Empty Goldfish Bowl (rare), Dice (rare).
Pirate Skeleton Image:Pirate Skeleton.gif 85 190 -- -- 0-25 gp, Skull, Big Bone, Short Sword, Sword, Bone Club, Spooky Blue Eye.

Pirate Bosses

Creature Exp HP Summon Convince Loot
Brutus Bloodbeard Image:Brutus Bloodbeard.gif 795 1200? -- -- 0-200 gp, Meat, Great Health Potion, 1-? Small Diamond, Pirate Backpack, Knight Armor, Plate Armor, Skull, Brutus Bloodbeard's Hat (always).
Captain Jones Image:Captain Jones.gif 825 800? -- -- 0-150 gp, Crown Legs, Focus Cape, Stealth Ring, Spike Sword
Deadeye Devious Image:Deadeye Devious.gif 500 1450 -- -- 0-140 Gold, 0-3 Meat, Great Health Potion, 0-1 Small Diamond, 0-2 Skull, Dagger, Plate Armor, Knight Armor, Pirate Backpack, Deadeye Devious' Eye Patch (always).
Dirtbeard Image:Dirtbeard.gif 375 630 -- -- Odd Hat, The Shield Nevermourn, Pointed Rabbitslayer or Helmet of Nature.
Lethal Lissy Image:Lethal Lissy.gif 500 1450 -- -- 0-102 gp, Knight Armor, Plate Armor, Double Axe, Small Diamond, Protection Amulet, 0-3 Meat, 0-2 Skull, Lethal Lissy's Shirt (always).
Ron the Ripper Image:Ron the Ripper.gif 500 1500 -- -- 0-77+ gp, 0-2 Skulls, Great Health Potion, Meat, Dagger, Plate Armor, Knight Armor, Double Axe, Small Diamond, Ron the Ripper's Sabre (always).


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Arachnids Insects
Demon Lords
Demon Lords The Ruthless Seven
The Ruthless Seven
Demons Triangle of Terror
Triangle of Terror
Bio- Geo-
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Elemental Lords Blobs
Amazons Outlaws
Barbarians Pirates
Monks Sorcerers
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Voodoo Cultists
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Elves Orcs
Giants Trolls
Chakoyas Minotaurs
Dworcs Misc
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Mutated Mammals
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City of Heroes

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You have trapped 10 Ghosts. You are now an honorary Pirate.

How to Get

Defeat 10 Spectral Pirates in Port Oakes by trapping them in Arachnos' ghost traps.

Gladiator Badge Unlocked

When you obtain this badge, you will unlock the Night Haunt Gladiator badge.


Born in Battle Badge        


  • This badge unlocks Veluta Lunata as a contact for villains level 10-14.
  • This badge was formerly named Privateer.

See Also

External Links

  • Pirate Badge at City Info Tracker
  • Pirate Badge at

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