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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

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Wreckage

Piles of Wreckage can be found in post-searing Ascalon.

Essentially they function as an unlocked chest (similar to Hidden Stashes in Pre-Searing), i.e. if you run up to them and (double)click them, the "container" will pop open and usually reveal some random loot.

For example: Wrecked Catapults scattered throughout the Fort Ranik (mission) contain common crafting materials like:

Both Modes

Hard Mode


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Lostpedia

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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From Lostpedia

Various pieces of wreckage of Oceanic Flight 815 ended up in numerous locations on and near the Island after the plane suffered a mid-air break-up and subsequently crashed on September 22, 2004. Those pieces and locations have been revealed, and occasionally revisited, in various episodes throughout the first four seasons of Lost.

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Front section

The cockpit of the plane

The front section included the cockpit and, counting by the windows, the complete First Class with a maximum of 30 passengers. It crashed in a valley in the jungle, close to the beach where the middle section crashed.

Seth Norris, the plane's pilot, is the only known survivor from the front section. The co-pilot died in the impact, and the passengers in the front section appear to have suffered a similar fate. However, Jack did not check any of these passengers for signs of life.

The front section was discovered the day after the crash by Jack, Kate and Charlie, and originally tilted up at an angle. As they climbed up towards the cockpit, they passed several dead passengers still strapped into their seats. There were several empty seats, however, posing the question of whether or not passengers from that section of the plane survived. Shortly after pilot Seth Norris was found to be alive, he was pulled out of the cockpit by the Monster, and subsequently killed. Immediately following this, the tilted cockpit fell down flat onto the ground. Scared by the Monster, Jack, Kate and Charlie fled the cockpit and returned to their beach camp. ("Pilot, Part 1")

More than three months after the crash, the front section served as a rendezvous point for the survivors after they had successfully contacted the freighter. It was here that the survivors split into two groups: Jack's group, who believed that the people on the freighter were coming to rescue them, and Locke's group, who decided to heed Ben and Charlie's warnings that the people aboard the freighter weren't who they said they were. Shortly before Daniel Faraday jumped off the helicopter piloted by Frank Lapidus, the helicopter briefly hovered over the front section of the plane, shining a spotlight at it. ("The Beginning of the End")

Note that the flight deck is entirely different from the "glass cockpit" version found in a Boeing 777, as the show actually used a former Lockheed L-1011 to represent the plane wreckage.

Middle section

The Survivors scrambling amongst the wreckage.

The middle section crashed on a beach distant from the Barracks. It included part of the Business Class where Boone and Shannon had been seated. At least 48 passengers from the middle section survived the immediate crash, although Gary Troup died when he was sucked into an engine, causing it to explode. An unstable, tilted wing also exploded when it crashed to the ground, although presumably no-one died from this. ("Pilot, Part 1")  ("Pilot, Part 2")  ("Walkabout")

Part of the wreckage of the middle section was used by the middle section survivors to build various shelters along the beach. A few days after the crash, wild boars, attracted by the scent of the dead bodies inside, started to rummage through the wreckage. As a result, the survivors decided to burn the fuselage with the dead bodies inside. ("Walkabout")

About three weeks after the crash, a sudden change in the tide prompted the middle section survivors to move their camp further down the beach. Subsequently, the middle section fuselage wreckage has never been seen since outside flashbacks. ("Whatever the Case May Be")

Note:The real-life behind-the-scenes reason for this was that actual seasonal tides on the North shore of Oahu would have eventually flooded the shooting site for real, thereby submerging the fuselage set and causing an ecologial disaster. Therefore, an in-story reason had to be found for the survivors moving their camp to a different location.(Hearts and Minds audio commentary)

Later, some of the salvaged wreckage parts were also used to build the rafts. ("Special") ("Born to Run") ("Exodus, Part 1")


Cargo compartment

Jack staring at the newly found cargo compartment

Part of the plane's cargo compartment was found by Jack near the caves, along with various objects that were in it, including luggage, a coffin and dolls. ("White Rabbit") A day later, Jack led Kate, Charlie and Locke to the caves and told the latter two to look out for medical drugs. ("House of the Rising Sun")

Later, Jack planned to use the cargo compartment's door to amputate Boone's leg. ("Do No Harm")

Tail section

The tail section plunging into the water

The tail section crashed into the ocean on the western side of the island as compared to the middle section, closer to the Barracks. ("A Tale of Two Cities") Twenty-two people from the tail section initially survived the crash, nearly all of whom had to swim to the nearby beach. Some smaller pieces of wreckage also landed on the beach. These survivors are often known as the "Tailies".

Shortly after all the survivors had made it to the beach, the tail section sank. ("The Other 48 Days")

Galley

John Locke found parts of the plane's galley about four weeks after the crash. He raided it for any supplies left and shared some of its coffee with Kate and Sawyer. ("Outlaws")

Seats

The pair of seats Kate found in the lake

The day after the crash, a pair of seats from the middle section was put up on the beach, allowing Claire to rest on them. ("Pilot, Part 1") Sawyer also appropriated a seat for his own use, propped in front of his tent.

Another pair of Flight 815 seats was discovered underwater in a pond by Kate and Sawyer about three weeks after the crash. Still strapped to the seats were two dead passengers, one male and one female. Marshal Mars' Halliburton case, Nikki's Exposé script bag and various debris also ended up inside the pond with those seats. ("Whatever the Case May Be") ("Exposé")

Another pair of seats from the tail section of the plane ended up perched up in a tree. Bernard was found still strapped to one of the seats by Ana Lucia and Goodwin only minutes after the crash, while the passenger sitting next to him was already dead. Bernard was able to unbuckle his seatbelt and grab the tree before the seats fell out of the tree and crashed down to the ground, thus ensuring his survival. ("The Other 48 Days")

Mystery of the submerged wreckage

The "other" wreckage of Flight 815

More than two months after the crash, purported wreckage of Flight 815 was discovered by remote operated vehicles deployed by a salvage ship, Christiane I, in the Sunda Trench near the Indonesian island of Bali. Footage of the bodies of crew members and passengers were released to the media for television broadcast, and an information hotline for their family members was established by the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board. However, Frank Lapidus, upon watching a news broadcast about the discovery of the wreckage, quickly came to the conclusion that a body claimed to be that of the plane's pilot, Seth Norris, wasn't actually him. ("Confirmed Dead")

"Accidental" discovery of the wreckage
On the Island, both Naomi Dorrit and Anthony Cooper independently informed Flight 815 survivors that the entire plane wreckage and the bodies of all its passengers had been found. ("The Brig") Later, Captain Gault of the freighter ship Kahana, sponsored by Charles Widmore, showed Sayid and Desmond the flight recorder of Flight 815 Widmore had salvaged from the wreckage, and stated that as far as he was concerned, the wreckage found in the Sunda Trench was staged, thereby implying that Benjamin Linus was responsible.("Ji Yeon") Meanwhile, Tom had provided Michael Dawson with evidence that suggested that Widmore himself was responsible for the staged wreckage.("Meet Kevin Johnson")

An alternate version of the events leading up to the discovery of the wreckage was depicted in the Find 815 alternate reality game. Here, it was a single ROV operated by Sam Thomas, whereas in "Confirmed Dead", two ROVs were used, one of them being operated by a man named Ron and the other by an unnamed fellow crew member of his.

Unanswered questions

Unanswered questions
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For fan theories about these unanswered questions, see: Flight 815 pieces/Theories
  • Where are the passengers who were missing from their seats in the front section of the plane?

See also

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Starwars

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Wreckage
Attribution
Writer

Ron Marz

Penciller

Adriana Melo

Letterer

Michael David Thomas

Colorist

Michael Atiyeh

Cover artist

Tommy Lee Edwards

Publication information
Publisher

Dark Horse Comics

Publication date

December 29, 2004

Pages

32

General information
Era

Rebellion era

Timeline

7 months ABY

Series

Star Wars: Empire

Issue number

28

Preceded by

Star Wars Empire 27: "General" Skywalker, Part 2

Followed by

Star Wars Empire 29: In the Shadows of Their Fathers, Part 1

Star Wars Empire 28: Wreckage is the twenty-eighth issue in the Star Wars: Empire series of comics. It was published on December 29, 2004 by Dark Horse Comics.

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Publisher's summary

Boba Fett is on a mission. But this time his objective is not a person, but a thing: a holo-projector containing an irreplaceable recording. The one caveat is that the device is somewhere in the wreckage of a massive Star Destroyer, guarded by Imperial fighters and scheduled for destruction by the Empire to prevent any salvageable parts from falling into Rebel hands.

An impossible mission? Not for the greatest bounty hunter in the galaxy. Stormtroopers beware! Boba Fett is on a mission, and none had better stand between him and his prize!

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Empire issue 28 was originally supposed to focus on Mara Jade. However, for reasons that are not clear (presumably having to do with the author or the frequent delays of publishing for Empire) the Mara issue was first pushed back to 29, before being scrapped in favor of a Boba Fett issue.

Collections

  • Boba Fett: Man with a Mission

External links

  • Dark Horse Comics preview
Star Wars: Empire
Betrayal: 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 | Princess... Warrior: 5 - 6 | Sacrifice: 7
Darklighter: 8 - 9 - 12 - 15 | The Short, Happy Life of Roons Sewell: 10 - 11
What Sin Loyalty?: 13 | The Savage Heart: 14 | To the Last Man: 16 - 17 - 18
Target: Vader: 19 | A Little Piece of Home: 20 - 21 | Alone Together: 22
The Bravery of Being Out of Range: 23 | Idiot's Array: 24 - 25
"General" Skywalker: 26 - 27 | Wreckage: 28 | The Price of Power: 31
In the Shadows of Their Fathers: 29 - 30 - 32 - 33 - 34
A Model Officer: 35 | The Wrong Side of the War: 36 - 37 - 38 - 39 - 40
Trade paperbacks
Betrayal - Darklighter - The Imperial Perspective - The Heart of the Rebellion
Allies and Adversaries - In the Shadows of Their Fathers - The Wrong Side of the War
Boba Fett: Man with a Mission - 30th Anniversary Collection: Darklighter
Luke Skywalker, Last Hope for the Galaxy
Related issues and series
A Valentine Story - Rebellion

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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010
(Redirected to Wreckage (disambiguation) article)

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

The name Wreckage has been applied to several Transformers characters:


Wreckage should not be confused with:

This is a disambiguation page: a list of articles associated with the same title. If an internal link referred you to this page, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.

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