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Shelter

map marker: no marker,
south of the Chryslus Building,
and east of Farragut West Metro Station.
cell name: zPlungerSewer
ref id: 000C83E5

Plunger Room of Death

The Shelter is an unmarked location in Fallout 3.

Contents

Location

The Shelter is a small area unmarked on the Pip-Boy world map. It is located South of the Chryslus Building, and East of Farragut West Metro Station. The entrance is a door underneath an intact bridge. If you start at the entrance to the Chryslus Building, head South to the second semi-intact road (it should have concrete dividers in the middle). Coming from Farragut, head around NNW up the slope to the first road (there is probably a group of three Raiders just to the West that you may have to deal with. Follow that road East (if you wind up seeing an intact bridge with two statues of three Valkyrie / winged-women, you're on the road to the North and it's safest with folowers to backtrack West to get to the next road to the South). There's a blue and yellow truck in the East bound lanes with 3 Ammunition Boxes. The door to the Shelter is under the North side of the bridge just past the truck. You may see a fire ahead on the road, this is a burning pile of tires at a small fortified Super Mutant camp (in my case populated by a Super Mutant Master with a Minigun, a Super Mutant Brute, and a Centaur). Approaching the Super Mutant camp may trigger an Enclave Vertibird dropoff after The Waters of Life Quest, 2 Enclave soldiers and a sentry bot are usually dropped off on top of the bridge.

Interior

Inside the shelter is a Feral Ghoul and what appears to be the remains of a Jet-making lab. Medical supplies are stuck into the face of a Damaged Garden Gnome to form an effigy of the Statue of Liberty, and just inside the door is a tower with a book supported by pencils with a Coffee Mug, Nuka-Cola and a Tin Can balanced above it, touching it topples it. A trail of plungers go from the floor, up the wall, and onto part of the ceiling, accompanied by bloody hand prints. The skeleton of the would-be wall-crawler lies on the floor under the last plunger on the ceiling. A nearby mannequin brandishes more plungers and even wears one as a hat. There are about 48 plungers in the room, including one on the ceiling, which when shot oddly falls over upwards onto the ceiling (this would appear to be because there is an invisible barrier where that plunger is, and the roof has no collisions. Thus, the plunger falls on the invisible barrier, and just appears to fall on the ceiling because of perspective). There is a man of plungers on the gurney with a Metal Helmet for a head and a knife in his crotch. The real mystery, however, is how even a Jet-fueled madman could get such a large stone bust into the entry hallway.

Also known as the "Plunger Room of Death" this is obviously an Easter Egg area like Gold Ribbon Grocers or the Shrine to Abraham Lincoln in the basement of Arlington House.

Exterior

There is a small Talon Company outpost situated to the west around an abandoned truck and usually is comprised of a single Talon Merc and a Sentry bot. Combined with the presence of a Super Mutant Camp to the East and an Enclave drop off point on the bridge.

Notable loot

Notes

  • The Stimpak being "held" by the Garden Gnome is oversized.
  • The "Statue of Liberty" Damaged Garden Gnome has Med-X sticking out of his eyes and ears.
  • This area is identical to another area in the Taft Tunnels. During the escape through the tunnels in The Waters of Life quest just after passing the eyebot helmet and just before re-entering the sewer tunnels there is a section completely identical to the shelter except without the plungers or statues. The metal helmet on the hospital bed and the skeleton of the person fallen from the ceiling, as well as all of the props tables desk etc. are common to both locations.

Behind the scenes

The Plunger room is an exact cut/paste of a room in Taft Tunnel (second part, right after the part where the two Ghouls have killed an Enclave Soldier), down to the rare "IV Stands"

YouTube Videos

Plunger Room of Death. [1]


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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From GuildWiki

This article is about the PvE version of a split skill. For the PvP version, see Shelter (PvP).
Skill details
Shelter
Image:Shelter.jpg
Campaign: Factions Ritualist
Profession: Ritualist
Attribute: Communing
Type: Binding Ritual
    25 Energy 1 Activation 45 Recharge

Full: Create a level 1...10 spirit. Non-spirit allies within its range cannot lose more than 10% maximum Health from a single attack. When this spirit prevents damage, it loses 75...51 Health. This spirit lasts 30...54 seconds.

Concise: Creates a level 1...10 spirit (30...54 second lifespan). Non-spirit allies within range cannot lose more than 10% maximum Health from a single attack. Damage prevention cost: this spirit loses 75...51 Health.

Contents

Communing 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21
Level 1 2 2 3 4 5 5 6 7 8 8 9 10 11 11 12 13 13 14 15 16 16
Health 75 73 71 69 67 65 63 61 59 57 55 53 51 49 47 45 43 41 39 37 35 33
Duration 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 62 64 66 68 70 72

Acquisition

Skill Trainers:

Notes

  • The description reads 'attack' but it will also reduce damage caused by spells and signets.
  • Use Union after this skill to produce additional damage reduction.

Related skills

Related articles

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Lostpedia

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
(Redirected to Beach camp article)

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"Beach" redirects here. For other uses of "Beach", see Beach (disambiguation).
"Camp" redirects here. For other uses of "Camp", see Camp (disambiguation).

The beach camp was the Island home to the survivors of Oceanic Flight 815. It has also been referred to as the Midsection Beach.

Contents

First camp

The middle section survivors of Oceanic Flight 815 initially set up their camp on the beach where the plane crashed. During this time, they generally sought shelter under parts of the fuselage or slept on the open sand. Eventually, the survivors used tarp and plane wreckage to construct more comfortable shelters.

Second camp

Charlie and Sayid build the dining table. ("The Whole Truth")

Around Day 22, the tide changed and began sweeping away the wreckage and the shore. The survivors moved up the beach to an area abutting a sparse pine wood, and began setting up more permanent shelters. Using a combination of tarps, materials scavenged from the plane, and native materials like palm fronds, bamboo, and tree branches, the survivors were able to create a more comfortable living space. Construction increased heavily in the middle of Season Two.

Jack decided that the caves would be a more suitable living space for the survivors: it had an unlimited supply of freshwater and shade from the sun. Initially some of the survivors moved to the caves, but all of them have returned to the beachfront camp, as have the tail-section survivors who encountered the raft crew on the other side of the Island. The best-known alternative residence was the Swan, where a few survivors, such as Locke, had settled on a temporary basis. After the Swan implosion, the survivors all resided at the camp. This was until the survivors split into two factions in "The Beginning of the End".

In "Because You Left", the survivors discover that the camp is gone. When Daniel returns from the raft, he explains that it "hasn't been built yet". They travel again to 2008 where they discover the camp in a state of disrepair, with the food supplies either stolen or consumed. A pair of outrigger canoes are on the beach, leading them to speculate that other survivors had fled attack. ("The Little Prince") En route to the statue Locke's impersonator brings a group of the others to the wrecked camp to rest, Sun discovers Charlie's ring in Claire's old shelter.("The Incident, Parts 1 & 2")

Features

Charlie attempts to construct the church without Eko. ("Two for the Road")

Church

Charlie and Eko were building a church somewhere near the camp outskirts. Eko gave up on building the church to push the button, while Charlie continued construction on his own for a while. Part of the frame of the church was used to house Locke's sweat lodge. ("Further Instructions") Currently, the church is supposedly unused by the survivors. It can be briefly seen in some episodes, such as "Exposé", "Greatest Hits", and "There's No Place Like Home, Part 1". Rose was at the church when Ben turned the frozen wheel. ("There's No Place Like Home, Parts 2 & 3")  ("Because You Left")

Ping-Pong

The survivors have added several elements to the camp for recreation and enjoyment. The ping-pong table from the Swan was found shortly after the implosion, and the survivors brought it to the camp. Hurley and Sawyer had a ping-pong tournament for Sawyer's stash. ("Enter 77") Jack and Sawyer also played each other. ("Catch-22")

Graveyard

The survivors also created a makeshift graveyard for deceased islanders. Seven of the original survivors (Scott, Boone, Shannon, Ana Lucia, Libby, Nikki and Paulo) of Oceanic Flight 815 are buried in the graveyard in a wardened off area near the camp. Ethan Rom was also buried by in a field near the campsite by Charlie and Hurley. Jack buried Edward Mars in the woods a short distance from the camp. Arzt was never buried at the camp, since he was destroyed by the dynamite. Eko is buried between the camp and the Pearl station.

Beach camp kitchen

The camp kitchen stocked with an array of packaged goods

The survivors have a kitchen stocked with DHARMA food collected from the Swan pantry, the pallet drop, and pillaged fruit from the jungle. The kitchen also has a dining table built by Sayid and Charlie and is used for eating and cutting boar. The camp includes several water troughs that deliver a water supply channeled from the caves or from rain, that Steve brings to the camp every morning. ("Left Behind") Peanut butter, Apollo candy bars, Ranch composite, Dharmalars, apple cider, tuna, whole corn, green beans, carrots, apple sauce, peaches, and nutribars are some of the food that was found in the Swan and pallet drop. Charlie and Sayid also constructed a dining table with large bamboo sticks and leaves. ("The Whole Truth") The dining table is frequently used by the survivors to cut boar, slice fruit, and a place to sit down and eat. ("Left Behind")  ("Ji Yeon")

Residences

The survivors have constructed many tents and shelters spread throughout the beach camp. The tents have been contructed using tarp, leaves, bamboo, palm fronds, and various other materials. All of the survivors have a shelter of some sort.

Below is a list of residences at the beach camp

Shelter Used by Info
Claire, Aaron, and Charlie Claire and Aaron lived together in a large shelter. Prior to his death, Charlie lived with them. When Claire discovered the heroin in Charlie's possession she forced him to move away, and he set up a shelter next to Sawyer's tent. ("The Long Con") However, when they reconciled he moved back in with Claire. It was destroyed when a satelite phone landed on it. ("Cabin Fever")
Sun and Jin Sun and Jin share a tent near Sawyer and Hurley.
Libby Hurley helped Libby construct her shelter. ("The 23rd Psalm")
Juliet Juliet built her tent after coming to the camp from the Barracks. ("One of Us")
Arzt Arzt had a large shelter that is full of bugs that he has discovered on the Island, including the Medusa spider. ("Exposé")
Hurley Hurley lived in a covered shelter next to Sun and Jin. Naomi was also held in Hurley's tent, shortly after her arrival on the Island. ("Catch-22")  ("D.O.C.")  ("The Brig")
Sawyer (first tent) Sawyer's first tent at the camp was the same tent that Edward Mars died in. ("Tabula Rasa") This tent was initially used to store medical supplies, and to treat the wounded marshal, but Sawyer took the tent as his own. He later makes another tent, when the survivors move the camp because of the increasing tide. ("Whatever the Case May Be")
Sawyer (second tent) Sawyer lived in a large shelter in front of Claire's residence, although he spends much of his time in a first-class airplane seat from the plane wreckage that sits slightly outside his tent "on the porch". ("Maternity Leave") Sawyer also hid the guns inside of his tent. ("?") Sawyer's tent was destroyed once by a boar and again by Hurley during their fight, but he rebuilt the damage using bamboo and fronds. ("Outlaws")  ("Dave")
Kate Kate lives five tents away from Sawyer. ("The Brig")
Nikki and Paulo Paulo and Nikki shared a large shelter together. ("Exposé")
Shannon Shannon lived in a shelter separate from Boone. ("...In Translation")
Desmond Desmond built a shelter under a tree after he joined the survivors' camp. ("Tricia Tanaka Is Dead")
Rose and Bernard Rose and Bernard share a tent together. Hurley was caught by Frogurt stealing wine from their tent. ("The Adventures of Hurley and Frogurt")
Michael and Walt Michael and Walt shared a tent that was not taken down after they left on the raft. It presumably still exists. ("Abandoned")
Ana Lucia Ana Lucia built a covered structure, but it is unknown if it is still being used after her death. ("Fire + Water")
Eko Eko built a shelter after his arrival at the beach camp. Eko had a vision of Yemi appearing in his tent. After this, his tent caught on fire. After the fire was put out, it is likely that the damage was not repaired since Eko was killed by the Monster soon afterwards. ("The Cost of Living")
Sayid Sayid sometimes works on electrical equipment inside of his tent.
Charlie Charlie set up his tent near Sawyer when Claire kicked him out of her tent. ("The Long Con") Claire and Charlie later reconcile, and Charlie moves back in with her and Aaron.
Jack Jack's tent as seen in a deleted scene from "Further Instructions".

Other residences

Raids and infiltrations

When Flight 815 crashed on the Island, Ben sent Ethan Rom to infiltrate the survivors camp. ("A Tale of Two Cities") Ethan was able to infiltrate the camp, acting as one of the survivors. Ethan also gave Jack a bag full of medicine, showing his concern for Claire's pregnancy. ("Jack, Meet Ethan. Ethan? Jack")

The survivors defeat the Others at the beach camp battle. ("Through the Looking Glass")

Juliet was sent by Ben to take tests of the women at the beach camp to see if they were pregnant. ("One of Us") She later told Jack what Ben had sent her to do. ("Operation: Sleeper")

Ben sent Ryan Pryce and his group of the ten best Others to raid the beach camp and capture the pregnant women in the tents that were marked. Jin, Bernard, and Sayid stayed behind to fight the Others. All ten of the Others were killed by the survivors in the battle. ("Through the Looking Glass")

The Hostiles attacked the camp, killing Neil and several other survivors when they flashed to 1954. ("The Lie")

Other residents

Current status

After the time shifts, all of the survivors were either killed (four redshirts at the Barracks ("Stranger in a Strange Land"), three redshirts on the freighter ("There's No Place Like Home, Parts 2 & 3"), presumable all the remaining redshirts in the flaming arrow attack ("The Lie") etc.), rescued (Walt ("Live Together, Die Alone") and the Oceanic Six ("There's No Place Like Home, Parts 2 & 3")), living with DHARMA (Sawyer's group ("LaFleur")) or living in the jungle (Rose and Bernard ("The Incident, Parts 1 & 2")). By 2008, the Others and Sun-Hwa Kwon lead by "Locke" (Jacob's nemesis), walked past the beach camp on their way to the Statue of Taweret. ("The Incident, Parts 1 & 2")

Trivia

  • The filming location of the first camp is Mokuleia Beach.
  • The filming location of the second camp is Papailoa Beach.
  • Locke has spent the least time at the beach in comparison to the other survivors. Instead he has lived at the caves, the Swan, the Ruins, and the Barracks.
  • Claire has spent the most time at the beach in comparison to the other main characters. During Season 3 she spent the whole season at the beach camp, but is not seen there for the entirety of Season 4. Rose has spent the most time at the beach camp for the first four seasons in comparison with all of the survivors of Flight 815. Other than accompanying other survivors to the radio tower at the end of season 3, and following Hurley to the Swan at the beginning of Season 2, she has spent the rest of her time at the beach camp.
  • In Season 4, Claire and Locke are the only main survivors to not appear at the beach camp at all.
  • Claire has not been seen at the beach camp since "Through the Looking Glass", but still remains on the Island.
  • Sun,Sawyer and Locke are the only survivors to be seen at the beach camp during season 5. Although Sun is the only one seen there in present time, excluding time-travelling.

External links

  • Lostvirtualtour.com - page about the filming location of the beach camp

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

This article is about the Jedi base in the Maw. You may be looking for the Jedi base on Jabiim.
Shelter
Passengers
Location information
Region

The Maw

Usage
Role(s)

Shelter for members of the New Jedi Order

Era(s)

New Jedi Order era

Affiliation

New Jedi Order

Constructed

Before 26 ABY

Owner(s)

Lando Calrissian

Crewmembers
"There it is. Uglier than ever."
Han Solo

Shelter was a space station located in the Maw. It was owned by Lando Calrissian, and was a part of the Great River network during the Yuuzhan Vong War. It was built from the remains of a previous top secret Imperial weapons facility, the infamous Maw Installation. It consisted of an asteroid with a living module, power core, and a rudimentary defense system attached to it.

When the Academy on Yavin 4 was attacked by the Peace Brigade in 26 ABY, Shelter became a temporary praxeum for the younglings under the care of Tionne and Kam Solusar.

A newly born Ben Skywalker was also sent to the Maw while his parents, Mara Jade Skywalker and Luke Skywalker were on Coruscant investigating an Imperial Dark Jedi experiment.

Years after the Yuuzhan Vong War and shortly after the death of Darth Caedus, Jedi Knights began to be infected by a strange mental illness. Among those who were infected were the two children of Corran Horn, Valin Horn and Jysella. After studying the victims, Clighal began to speculate that it was only affecting those that were at Shelter during the Yuuzhan Vong War, and that Tionne and Kam Solusar were not affected because they were deeply in tune to the Force. Ben Skywalker was most likely not affected because he withdrew from the Force after feeling the deaths of many people.

Appearances

  • Edge of Victory II: Rebirth (First appearance)
  • Emissary of the Void (Mentioned only)
  • Enemy Lines I: Rebel Dream
  • Outcast (Mentioned only)
  • Omen (Mentioned only)
  • Abyss (Mentioned only)

Sources


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