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EverQuest 2 Quest Information
Journal Category Lesser Faydark
Journal Level 60 (Tier 7)
Journal Difficulty Solo
Starting Zone The Lesser Faydark more
How to Start Speak to Inara at the Fay Drake Breeding Grounds
part of: Lesser Faydark Timeline
Preceded by:
Sampling the Corruption
Followed by:
none

What does this information mean?

Inara takes the corruption inside herself to try to defeat it.

Steps

  1. Purchase a Quickening Seed from Fu Laiang at ( 818, 109, -311 ) /waypoint 818, 109, -311. It will cost 1s 44c.
  2. Return to Inara.
  3. Obtain the Horn of a Unicorn. These come from unicorns or rarely from Nightblood Invaders. Unicorns can be found at ( 300, -25, -66 ) /waypoint 300, -25, -66.
  4. Return and speak to Inara. She will take the corruption into herself to try to defeat it.
  5. Defeat the Inara's Channeled Corruption (level 60 Solo mob, spawns when you finish speaking with Inara).
  6. Speak to Inara again to collect your reward.

Rewards


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Final Fantasy

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After the entrance of the ruins from Pulse in Bowdam and the discovery of a Pulse fal'Cie inside, everyone who was in Bowdam at the time were accused to be tainted by Pulse and were sent to Hanged Edge to be exiled to Pulse.

To stop the Purge, Team Nora attacked the Sanctum armies. The outcome of the Purge was the death of Hope's mother, the destruction of Hanged Edge, the crystalization of Lake Bilge, many other deaths, and the main cast being turned into l'Cie.

Notable Purgees


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Lostpedia

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The Purge
Conflict
The Purge
Date
December 19 (possibly 1992, based on Locke's dream)
Place
The Barracks, other Island locations
Outcome
Hostiles victory
Fatalities
Over forty members of the DHARMA Initiative were killed, including Horace and Roger

The Purge is the name given to the Island-wide toxic gas attack that effectively wiped out the DHARMA Initiative's presence on the Island, marking the end of the long conflict between the DHARMA Initiative and the Others. The gas was released from the Tempest, and when inhaled it resulted in violent spasms, bleeding from the nose, and death. The Purge occurred at 4 P.M. on December 19, which happened to be Ben's birthday. If information from Locke's dream is accurate (Horace's mention of 12 years), this would make the year 1992; however this has yet to be confirmed, and many events in the time line suggest a 1980s date.

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BEN: The DHARMA Initiative. They came here seeking harmony, but they couldn't even coexist with the Island's original inhabitants. And when it became clear that one side had to go, one side had to be purged, I did what I had to do. ("The Man Behind the Curtain")

Ongoing conflict

Sometime between its 1970 founding and 1973, by which time the DHARMA Initiative established themselves on the Island, they became aware of a defensive group cohabiting the Island with them. ("The Man Behind the Curtain") It is unknown exactly how the conflict began; Mikhail claimed that the DHARMA Initiative "foolishly initiated a war against" his group and called it "the Purge". ("Enter 77")

DHARMA Initiative strategist Horace Goodspeed acknowledged that his group had been "having some skirmishes with the natives." While Benjamin Linus was still a schoolboy, his lessons were interrupted by skirmishes between the factions, involving a shoot out and explosions near the Barracks. The DHARMA Initiative installed a warning system to alert the community against incursions. The sonar fence built around the perimeter of the Barracks may have functioned to protect the community against attack.

DHARMA took further steps as the conflict escalated, including devoting one of their stations (The Arrow) to developing new strategies against the Hostiles, installation of security cameras and other monitoring systems, stockpiling weapons (an unusual step for a utopian community) and even employing a professional interogator. The conflict does not appear to have been helped by the appearance of the time shifting survivors in 1974-1977.

The conflict between the two groups may have spanned as long as 22 years. At some point before 1989, the DHARMA Initiative abandoned their radio tower, possibly deeming its remote location too dangerous an area to venture into.

The Purge

After years of conflict, the Others reacted with extreme measures. At 4 P.M. Ben murdered his father, Roger Linus, with a canister of toxic gas, and when he returned to the Barracks, the bodies of DHARMA Initiative members lay strewn about on the ground. Horace Goodspeed, who brought Ben and his father to the Island, sat dead on a bench, and Ben closed Horace's eyes in a gesture of respect. As Ben and the Others removed their gas masks, Richard Alpert offered to retrieve Ben's father's body, an offer Ben declined. ("The Man Behind the Curtain")

It is unknown how many members of the DHARMA Initiative defected to the Others before the Purge, but Ben indicated he was not alone in doing so. ("Through the Looking Glass") Other DHARMA Initiative members may have survived the Purge, protected from the gas attack by quarantine safety measures such as had been implemented at the Swan. Stuart Radzinsky is known to have survived the Purge.

Exactly who ordered and planned the Purge remains unclear, although it appears Charles Widmore was the leader at the time. ("Dead Is Dead") Ben seemed to take responsibility ("Not so long ago, Jack. I made a decision, that took the lives of over forty people in a single day") ("Through the Looking Glass") but also stated that the Purge "wasn't (his) decision" because he answered to someone. ("Cabin Fever")

The Tempest

Juliet approaches the Tempest.
Warning on the Tempest's computer

It has not yet been revealed how the gas attack was perpetrated on the DHARMA Initiative, although it is highly likely the Others seized control of the Tempest, a DHARMA station and chemical weapons development facility. ("The Other Woman") Ben's account of the Purge was supported by Charlotte Lewis's statement when she and Daniel Faraday were trying to neutralize the gas in the Tempest in order to prevent Ben from killing everyone on the Island:

CHARLOTTE: Juliet... look me in the eye and tell me you are certain that Benjamin Linus wouldn't use this gas to kill everyone on this island! We know he's used it before. ("The Other Woman")


The Lamp Post

An additional operation during the Purge may have taken place off the Island. The Lamp Post - a station used to find the Island - was originally constructed by the DHARMA Initiative, but later fell into the custody of Eloise Hawking. Eloise describes DHARMA in the third person, indicating she is not a member of the Initiative. In the Others' goal to protect the Island, they would have a strong motivation to hide this station from the outside world and prevent its use. ("The Lie")  ("316")

Incursion

C-4 in the basement of the Flame
What happens when you "Enter 77".

The DHARMA Initiative was apparently prepared for attacks by the Hostiles in the Flame, an outlying communications outpost. The Flame was rigged with explosives and in the event of an "incursion on the station", the operators of the station were instructed to enter the code 77 into the station's computer, triggering the detonation of the C-4 in the basement of the station. ("Enter 77") The DHARMA Initiative was also well armed, as indicated by the existence of armories at both the Swan and the Hydra stations. A number of firearms were also kept at the Barracks, and the sonar fence was equipped with an early warning system to report a perimeter breach. ("The Man Behind the Curtain")

Trivia

General

Horace in Locke's dream
Ben's gas grenade
  • The exact year the Purge occurred was not mentioned during Ben's flashback in "The Man Behind the Curtain"; however, Horace Goodspeed told Locke in a dream that he had been dead for twelve years. Assuming that this is correct, it places the Purge in 1992. ("Cabin Fever")
  • According to stipulations in the Truce of 1973, the DHARMA Initiative was allowed to stay on the island until August 1988. Possibly meaning DHARMA ignored the 15 year stipulation, and continued to stay on the Island; Furthering the Others reasons for destroying them.
  • The Purge also did not represent the first time the Others killed a group of intruders on the Island; 38 years earlier, Alpert and the Others wiped out 18 members of the United States Army who had come to the Island to make a test detonation of a hydrogen bomb. ("Jughead")
  • In an EW.com article published on March 6, 2007, when asked for a 10-word teaser about "Enter 77", Damon Lindelof replied that only a one-word tease was required: "Purge."
  • The term "purge" in politics means to "remove people considered by the group in power to be 'undesirable' from a government, political party, a profession, or from community or society as a whole, often by violent means." The term is often associated with the totalitarian Stalinist and Maoist regimes.
  • The event of The Purge in Lost, specially where it took place, has a very strange similarity to the real world event of Jonestown. The people of Jonestown seek a utopia just like the people of DHARMA Initiative, the barracks look very similar to the Jonestown Troolie Cottages and they had a radio tower also like the one in Lost. It seems that the producers might have taken some themes of Jonestown to the show.

Production notes

  • Lost: The Complete Third Season (DVD) commentary revealed that the mechanism for the Purge at the Barracks was different from the mechanism Ben used in the van. The gas canister was added in post-production to give Ben a more active role in his father's death. The original plan was for something to happen more-or-less Island-wide to cause the Purge.
    • This mass purging, rather than a series of individual acts, was later confirmed by Charlotte's statements while neutralizing the Tempest. ("The Other Woman")


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 Purge/Theories
  • Who gave the order to initiate the Purge?
  • Did any other DHARMA members survive the Purge?
  • Apart from Ben and Ethan, were there other defectors who joined the Hostiles?
  • How did Rousseau survive?
  • How did Eloise Hawking become the caretaker of the Lamp Post?
  • Why did the periodic resupply drops continue after the Purge?

See also


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Marvel Database

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The juices that ooze out from the flesh of fresh, cured or cooked meat after it is packaged. The juice remains in the package when it is opened.


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Starwars

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Purge can refer to:

  • The Star Wars: Purge comic

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Star Wars Fanon

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Purge
Director(s)

Jacen Scramton

Producer(s)

Roan Moj

Writer(s)

Jacen Scramton

Starring

Corran Ziron, Mya Barr, Nom Pollut

Distributor

Comet Films

Released

85 ABY

Runtime

121 min.

Timeline

19 BBY

Era

Rise of the Empire

Purge was a popular Holo-Movie, released in 85 ABY. It was a fictional account of the post-Clone War Jedi Purge. The movie focused on Jedi Master Kul Atvon (played by Corran Ziron) and Lira Stari (Mya Barr), a Senator from the fictional world Smelat.

Plot

Due to the war, the two characters met and developed a close friendship, which was not allowed to develop into anything more due to Atvon's adherence to the Jedi codes. As the conflict raged on, the Jedi was sent to Yyuto (another purely fictional world), where he heroically fought the Separatists. The struggle on the desert world would eventually pit Atvon against the Dark Side acolyte Dizan (Nom Pollut). The duel between the two would eventually lead to an inconclusive draw, as Dizan would escape by using a force teleport technique. Moments later, Atvon would nearly be killed, as his clones began to carry out the infamous Order 66. Escaping into the world's main city, the Jedi would take a swoop bike to his ship at the Republic's base. After being chased by clones on BARC speeders, Atvon reached the hangar and escaped the new Empire's fleet.

Atvon would then make his to Smelat, the homeworld of Stari. The senator would agree to shelter her friend in her home, in blatant defiance of Imperial law. There, the two would express their true, deep feelings for one another. However, Smelat was not the safest place to be for a rogue Jedi, as it was a member of the Delegation of 2000, as well the owner of a reputation of defiance towards Palpatine. Soon, Imperial clone troopers would occupy the planet to replace the current government. All members of this government were declared criminals and were to be arrested. Therefore, it was imperative that Lira escape the planet. Kul devised a plan to escape and pledged to defend the former Senator. While she said that it would be safer if the two fugitives traveled apart, Atvon dismissed the idea, saying that he could never leave her. The couple would go through the capital's streets, initially trying to stealthily avoid any contact with the enemy. However, they would soon be detected and were forced to battle numerous clones. Eventually, the two made it Stari's ship and escaped, but not before Kul was spotted by his former Clone commander (who was made to stand out by a missing thumb).

On Coruscant, the new Emperor, now with the knowledge Atvon survived, sent Dizan (who was now working for the Empire) out to hunt for the Jedi.

Meanwhile, as the pair of fugitives tried to find some safe ground to go to, they were ambushed by squadrons of ARC-170s. In the battle, the senator's ship was badly damaged but was able to escape it's attackers. A mini hyperspace jump was all the vessel was able to do, as it would then desperately land on Felucia. After fending off vicious acklays, Atvon and Stari were face to face with a giant rancor. Much to their relief, the beast would be called off by it's owner, a member of a force-sensitive group of rancor riders. Noticing Atvon's lightsaber, which he had drawn to combat the animal, the riders took them to their newest ally, Togruta Jedi Master Shaak Ti. The Jedi and her new-found companions helped repair Stari's badly damaged ship. In addition, Ti supplied the pair with the location of a hideaway for those being pursued by the Empire. She told them where this planet, Tomyoran, was but added that she would not be going there because her place was now with the rancor riders.

The two rebels landed on Tomyoran, a dense jungle world. They began to search for the location of the secret haven. After an exhausting day of trekking to the base, the pair stopped for a rest, in a rare tranquil moment. This peaceful time would be short-lived, as it was interrupted by Dizan, who cut Stari in the back with his lightsaber. Kul and his nemesis again began to duel, in an intense battle. Atvon would eventually be victorious and would then turn to his injured partner. He would soon see her being taken care of by a Whipid. This caregiver was in fact Clone War hero K'Kruhk, another Jedi Master in hiding. The Whipid told Atvon that Lira would be alright and that the Jedi hideout was not far away.

The film ended with the sun rising on the planet, with Kul holding Lira amongst a group of fellow Jedi and rebels.

Inspirations

While the storyline and main characters were completely fictional, the protagonist Kul Atvon and his companion Lira Stari were based on some real people of this time period, including Anakin Skywalker, Padme Amidala, Quinlan Vos and Khaleen Hentz.


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