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This information was revealed through the semi-canonical Lost video game
Lost: Via Domus

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Characters:   Beady Eyes · Elliott Maslow · Lisa Gellhorn · Zoran Savo · Rico
Episodes: Force Majeure · A New Day · Via Domus · Forty-Two · Hotel Persephone · Whatever It Takes · Worth A Thousand Words


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The Via Domus is the sailboat in which Elliott leaves the Island at the end of the video game Lost: Via Domus. After a race to the boat, with the help of John Locke, Elliott managed to stop an Other from destroying the boat on the orders of Ben. ("Worth A Thousand Words")

"Worth A Thousand Words"

Juliet wakes up Elliott, who has been dragged to a cliffside. She tells him she made a mistake in trusting Ben, gives him his equipment back, including his camera. She tells him where to find a small boat he can use to escape, if he takes a compass bearing of 325. When he reaches the lagoon, he finds the sailboat.

The Via Domus at the dock. ("Worth A Thousand Words")

He sets sail for home when he hears an intensely loud drone, much the same as the discharge. A barely-audible transmission is heard on his radio: "Mayday, Mayday, this is O......ive." Elliott looks to the sky where Oceanic Flight 815 is breaking up in mid-air, then he blacks out. He wakes up at the crash site on Day 1. Everything seems to be repeating itself when suddenly Lisa stumbles out of the wreckage, covered in blood, and yells happily, "Elliott! Elliott! Oh my God, we made it. We're alive."

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