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Dr Who

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Sydney was a city located in Australia.

In the 1970s, a group of Daleks based underneath Antarctica captured a nuclear submarine and used it to destroy Sydney. Their plan to use the ruined city as a base from which to convert Humans into slaves and conquer Earth was defeated by the Doctor with the aid of Lt. Davis. (TVA: *Sub Zero)

The destruction of Sydney was not reflected in any other story.

BOSS proposed that, after he conquered the world, they would get the Sydney Orchestra to play at his victory ceremony. (DW: The Green Death)

On 14th July 1993, the Doctor met with 37-year-old Dorothée in a café in Glebe, a suburb of Sydney. (NA: Set Piece)

In 1995, the Doctor, Ace and Bernice Summerfield visited the interdimensional café in Glebe. (NA: Set Piece)

In 1996, the Doctor, Chris Cwej and Roz Forrester visited Sydney for a week. (NA: Return of the Living Dad)

The Doctor bought a beach-house in Sydney while his house in Kent was being painted. (NA: Sleepy)

In 2009 Sydney was one of the cities celebrating when Earth was returned. (DW: Journey's End)

In 2010, The Doctor and Majenta Pryce investigated an incident where a Chronal Wave caused the passengers of an aircraft to age several hundred years. (DWM: The Age of Ice)

In 2096, Sydney was an independent city-state. (PDA: The Indestructible Man)

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Sydney is a city in Australia on Earth. It is the largest city on the continent, noted for its nightlife, resturants, fashion, culture and world-famous landmarks. The Federation starships USS Sydney were named for this city.

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race: Human, Asian
affiliation: Herself
role: Relic hunter
location: National Archives
appearances: Fallout 3
quests: Stealing Independence
SPECIAL: 6ST, 5PE, 4EN, 4CH, 4IN, 6AG, 4LK
derived stats: Hit Points: 115 → 165
tag skills: Melee Weapons: 49 → 96
Small Guns: 49 → 96
Sneak: 49 → 96
level: 5 → 15 (2 times current player level)
base id: 00003A22
ref id: 00003A77

Sydney is a relic hunter the player will meet when hunting for the Declaration of Independence in the year 2277.



As a child, Sydney was abandoned when her father was killed during a weapons trade off at the Statesman Hotel. She had to wander D.C. alone, but she was able to handle herself because her father had taught her how to handle and maintain guns, and to upgrade them since she was young. Sydney then became a relic hunter and did some work for Abraham Washington.

Interactions with the player character

Main article: Stealing Independence

During Stealing Independence the player has the option of recruiting her as a temporary follower. If she survives the quest and gets to Rivet City, she will retire from relic hunting and become an ammunition vendor in the Ninth Circle in Underworld after the PC and Sydney receive their reward from Abraham Washington. The quality of what she sells is a notch above much of the items of other vendors. She will usually have several good condition weapons and will have lots of ammo in stock.

Sydney will remain a follower as long as you do not complete the Stealing Independence Quest.

If you got the Declaration without her help, she may hunt you down, with another treasure hunter named Emaline, in a random encounter and try to kill you. You must encounter her then deny her offer.

If you get into a fight in the Underworld, Sydney will fight alongside you.

In the Statesman Hotel (Mid Level) (rescuing Reilly's Rangers) you'll find A Note from Little Moonbeam's Father, which is directed to Sydney from her father. Show the Holodisk to her and she will give you her Sydney's 10mm "Ultra" SMG and a supply of ammo.


Apparel Weapon Other item On death
Combat Armor Sydney's 10mm "Ultra" SMG Frag Grenades


Sydney only appears in Fallout 3.

Behind the scenes

Sydney is a reference to the character Sydney Fox from the TV show Relic Hunter.


  • There is an exploit where it is possible to receive an unlimited supply of Sydney's unique 10mm "Ultra" SMG in perfect condition and 10mm ammo. It can be found under the Sydney's 10mm "Ultra" SMG article. (confirmed all platforms)
  • You can't pickpocket Sydney after recruiting her. (confirmed all platforms)
  • When she walks into The Museum of History she sometimes gets stuck on the stand where the Dinosaur Skeleton is or on a bench in the same room. (confirmed Xbox 360)
  • Sometimes on her way to Underworld, she will stop halfway through the Museum Station. If you attack her during this situation, you can still talk to her, despite the fact that she is hostile and attacking you. (This can be fixed by 'pushing' her along the hall with all the subway trains.)

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Final Fantasy

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"This is my game. I run, you give chase. I am the hart, and you the hunter. But this hart has laid a few snares of his own..."
—Sydney Losstarot

Sydney Losstarot (シドニー・ロスタロット, Shidonī Rosutarotto) is the established antagonist in Vagrant Story. He is the leader of the Müllenkamp cult, a self-professed prophet who preaches about human weaknesses and the end of the world.



Sydney is a blond young man in his 20s. His hands and legs are prosthetics crafted from eldritch metal, the hands complete with clawed fingers, as he claims to have given his "limbs to the gods", having lost them during a childhood illness. He wears nothing to cover his upper body, exposing the "Blood-Sin" tattoo on his back, which appeared around the same time he lost his limbs.

Some scenes have also shown that he has the power to masquerade as other people. His Dark powers also extend to levitation, summoning dark creatures and teleportation. Ashley has discovered that Sydney is somewhat "immortal"; Ashley's direct shot to Sydney's heart only manages to hurt him little. Sydney has summoned Wyverns, Dullahans and possessed statues to test Ashley's strength.


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Not much is known about Sydney and how he come to carry the Losstarot name. However, he is revealed to be born to the Bardorba family, and Duke Bardorba also calls him Sydney. Because he claims to be helping his father the Duke, just as the Duke has helped when he was born, some believe that he may have been born with a terminal illness, of which the Duke had to pass the Dark powers that the Bardorba family possess to him to ensure his survival. Sydney then carries the "Blood-Sin tattoo", the key to the Dark powers of Lea Monde.

Because Duke Bardorba is his father, this makes him Joshua 's older brother, though Joshua may not be aware of this fact. A family portrait in the Duke's bedroom portrays him, his wife and a young "Joshua:, and a scene depicts a young "Joshua" hugging the Duke Bardorba; but in reality they are both a young Sydney, and the scene depicts Duke Bardorba's love to his son.

Sydney grows up to become leader of the Müllenkamp cult, established as its charismatic and powerful prophet. Callo Merlose says that "his charisma is such that his followers offer both body and soul to him." His prophecies have always come true, and he is able to guess the past of others and see deep within their hearts; this enables him to manipulate their beliefs.

Sydney knows that his father is dying, and did not want Lea Monde's dark powers to fall to the wrong hands. Sydney seeks to help his father by finding the right successor. It could be that he had kidnapped Joshua so he could pass the city's dark powers to his brother, though he has found a more suitable candidate in Ashley Riot. He created a series of tests within the city to ensure that his choice was correct; those who crave the Dark cannot control the Dark, and Ashley proved that he had no desire for the powers of the Dark.

When all is proven and revealed, Sydney was exposed to Romeo Guildenstern and had his Blood-Sin tattoo literally ripped off his back. Powerless and weakened, Sydney was carried off back to Duke Bardorba's manor by Ashley after the Riskbreaker defeated Guildenstern. There, Sydney, with the guise of Ashley, enters the manor and delivers the news to Duke Bardorba, who was glad that everything had been sorted well and proceeds to kill his son and himself to end it all. Their spirits depart, returning to Ashley, as must the souls of all who entered Lea Monde, now that he has become the new vessel for the dark powers of the city.


Though he is the leader of the cult and many people revered him, it is revealed that he had been misleading them all along. Within Müllenkamp he spread lies that the Duke Bardorba wishes to end the Müllenkamp legacy, by hiding the key to the Dark powers and by not choosing a successor, believing this to cleanse his sins for the afterlife.

Sydney's ties with John Hardin is more than master and servant; Hardin regards Sydney as a friend and trusts him deeply. Hardin faithfully follows as they search for the key in the Duke's manor. It is so much that when Guildenstern reveals that Sydney has the key to the Dark all along, he was dumbstruck.

Mysteriously, he also knows Rosencrantz, the power-hungry ex-Riskbreaker. Sydney has come to understand who Rosencrantz really is, as he comments that; "You reek, Riskbreaker. What is that stench? Ah, you have met Rosencrantz?" And while Rosencrantz demands the succession of the Dark powers to him, Sydney merely laughs it off and proceeds to mind-trick him before having a possessed Kali statue cut the ex-Riskbreaker in half.


Main article: Sydney (Ally)

Sydney helps out the player during the battle with Father Grissom and the Dark Crusader in the Snowfly Forest.

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General Information

Australia, Earth



Notable Events

Location of SSII and HIGHCOM Facility Bravo-6 meeting place of UNSC Security Committee




Sydney is the most populous city in the country of Australia on Earth.



Sydney is located on Australia's south-east coast and is the state capital of New South Wales; it was also the site of the first European colony in Australia, established in 1788 at Sydney Cove by Arthur Phillip, leader of the First Fleet from Britain.

The city is built around Port Jackson, which includes Sydney Harbour, leading to the city's nickname, "the Harbour City". It is Australia's largest financial center and the economic capital.

Sydney is a major international tourist destination, often referred to as the international gateway of Australia. The metropolitan area is surrounded by national parks, and contains many bays, rivers and inlets.

Given its importance, it is likely that during the final year of the Human-Covenant War the city was attacked by the invading Covenant forces[1].


Sydney is host to a massive base called HIGHCOM Facility Bravo-6[2], and the base three kilometres underneath it, known as "The Hive". It is where members of the UNSC Security Committee discuss matters concerning the safety of the UNSC, Earth, and its Colonies.


The Sydney Synthetic Intellect Institute, or Double S.I., was a facility located in Sydney. SSII worked with the creation of AI constructs, theorizing new approaches and calculating the details necessary for the creation of the AI.


  1. Halo: Uprising Issue 2
  2. Halo: First Strike, page 98



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Ice Hockey

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Several places are named Sydney:

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"Australia in Lost" redirects here. For real life Australian broadcast and fan information, see: Australia.
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Characters who are Australian or probably Australian include:

Living in Australia

Characters who live or lived in Australia but are not or probably not Australian include:

Travel reasons

Flight 815 Survivor Why in Australia? Why leaving Australia? Reasons referenced in:
Ana Lucia Came with Christian Shephard as his bodyguard after she murdered Jason McCormick and quit the LAPD. Urged by her mother to return home and own up to what she did. "Two for the Road"
Arzt Meeting with his internet "girlfriend" Returning home after his "girlfriend" ditched him in a restaurant "Tropical Depression"
Bernard Brought Rose to see Isaac, a faith healer near Uluru (Ayer's Rock), on their honeymoon. Returning home. "S.O.S."
Boone Went there to "rescue" Shannon from her boyfriend. Escorting her home. "Hearts and Minds"
Charlie He was visiting his brother, Liam, in hopes of reuniting Drive Shaft. Supposedly to start Drive Shafts' "comeback tour" in Los Angeles. "The Moth"
Cindy Likely lives in Australia. She works for Oceanic Airlines. Flight attendant on Oceanic 815. "Pilot, Part 1", "The Other 48 Days"
Claire She resides in Sydney. Traveling to Los Angeles to give birth and supposedly deliver her baby to adoptive parents connected with Richard Malkin. "Raised by Another"
Eko Was investigating the miracle of Charlotte Malkin as a fake priest. Had finished investigation, returning with fake passport for criminal dealings Caldwell was going to set him up with. "?"
Edward Mars Working as a U.S. marshal, looking for fugitive Kate. Traveling back with Kate under his legal custody "Tabula Rasa"
Emma and Zack Unknown. Traveling to meet their mother in L.A. "The Other 48 Days"
Gary Troup Promotional tour for Bad Twin; visiting Cindy. Traveling home with his fiancee, Cindy (flight attendant) The Lost Experience
Hurley Following information from Leonard Simms, he went looking for Sam Toomey, the man Lenny heard the Numbers from. Finding Sam dead, he met instead with his widow, Martha. Returning home for his mother's birthday "Numbers"
Jack On request from his mother, Margo, was looking for his father, Christian. Found his father dead, and bringing his body home. "White Rabbit"
Jin Delivering Mr. Paik's Rolex watch to an associate in Sydney. Delivering Mr. Paik's Rolex watch to an associate in L.A. "...In Translation","Exodus, Part 1"
Joanna Was on vacation with Janelle Granger; mostly to go scuba diving Returning home after an ear infection. ABC Diary
Kate Was on the run from the U.S. authorities, and had been working/living for three months on Ray Mullen's farm. Edward Mars arrested her and was bringing her back to be incarcerated. "Tabula Rasa","What Kate Did"
Libby Unknown Unknown
Locke Was trying to take part in a "Walkabout" in the Outback. Was refused passage by the agent, due to his disability. "Walkabout"
Michael On request from Brian Porter, went to pick up Walt, after his mother's death, so he could live with him. Bringing Walt home. "Special"
Nikki and Paulo Nikki was, at the time, guest starring on a TV show; conning the director. Paulo was her lover, aiding her in the con. Fleeing with stolen diamonds. "Exposé"
Rose Was on her honeymoon with Bernard (who also brought her to see Isaac). Returning home. "S.O.S."
Sawyer Following information from Hibbs, was looking for the original Sawyer, the man who conned his mother (which in turn led his father to commit the murder-suicide). Deported by Sydney officials, after getting arrested for a bar fight. "Exodus, Part 1"
Sayid Was recruited by Alyssa Cole and Robbie Hewitt to infiltrate a terrorist cell in Sydney by finding his old friend, Essam Tasir. Going to L.A. to search for Nadia; stayed an extra day to bury Essam. "The Greater Good"
Scott Won a sales prize at work: two week Australian vacation, all expenses paid. Returning home. "Homecoming"
Shannon Was living there with her boyfriend. Returning with Boone after trying to con him. "Hearts and Minds"
Sun Supposedly transferring from a flight from Korea with Jin, but intending to abandon him at the airport. Changed her mind and accompanying Jin to L.A. "House of the Rising Sun""Exodus, Part 1"
Vincent Was Brian Porter's dog. Given to Walt; traveling to U.S. to live with him and Michael. "Special"
Walt Lived there with his mother, Susan Lloyd, and adoptive father, Brian Porter. His mother passed away, and Michael was bringing him home to live with him. "Special"




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Uluru (Ayers Rock)

  • A sandstone rock formation in the Northern Territory. Residence of Isaac, the faith healer. Bernard brings Rose there. ("S.O.S.")


See also

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Marvel Database

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Hometown of Pyro.


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ST Expanded

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For other meanings of "Sydney", see Sydney (disambiguation).

Sydney was a city in Australia on Earth.

Dalton Masters was born in Sydney and spent his youth in the city. (Star Trek: Swiftfire: "No Rest for the Wicked")

John Masters became the mayor of the city at some point during the 24th century. Following his retirement from politics he lived in the city and was still there in mid-2374. (Star Trek: Swiftfire: "No Rest for the Wicked")

Starfleet cadets Tim Sinclair and Jean Brennan had their first date in Australia, at Sydney Harbour. (Star Trek: Pendragon: "Children of the Burning Heart")

The Federation starships USS Sydney have been named after the city.

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