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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

For the anthology, see Short Trips: Zodiac.

The Zodiac formed an integral part of astrology on the many planets where sentient beings practiced this art. It resembled a wheel, with beings of different birthdates having a different place on that wheel depending on the influence of the stars and/or planets. Humans and Draconians both used Zodiac signs in their astrology. (SJA: Secrets of the Stars)

Behind the Scenes

Short Trips: Zodiac, edited by Jacqueline Rayner, arranges its stories on a Zodiac theme.

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Zodiac may refer to:


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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
(Redirected to Category:Zodiac weapons article)

From GuildWiki

These are weapons that have "Zodiac" in their names, and a characteristic glowing skin. They are only dropped in the Elite Missions: Urgoz's Warren and The Deep.

Pages in category "Zodiac weapons"

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Lostpedia

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
(Redirected to Zodiac raft article)

From Lostpedia

Zodiac raft
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The Zodiac raft is a small inflatable raft used to ferry people and supplies between the Kahana and the shore.

After Michael disabled the Kahana's engines, Minkowski and Brandon took the Zodiac raft in an abortive trip to the Island. Two other crew members later tried to steal the raft to escape the freighter, but the attempted desertion was thwarted by Captain Gault. ("Meet Kevin Johnson")

The survivors and freighties along with Juliet prepare the raft for its first trip to the Kahana.

Gault later told Desmond and Sayid to leave the freighter, but Desmond did insist on staying on the freighter. Sayid then was given the Zodiac raft by Gault so he could travel back to the island to start ferrying survivors back to the Kahana. Gault told Sayid to make sure he navigated the raft on a bearing of 305. ("Cabin Fever") When Sayid arrived on the Island Faraday took over and took six survivors, including Aaron, Sun and Jin to the Kahana. ("There's No Place Like Home, Part 1") After successfully finishing the first trip Daniel, knowing about secondary protocol, asked both Charlotte and Miles to be with him on the second trip, which he may have known would be the last one. Both of them refused though, choosing to stay on the Island, so Daniel took another five survivors of Flight 815. The raft was in the ocean when the sky lit up, followed by the disappearance of the Island. The Zodiac raft with everyone on it was in the Island's radius, and was moved with the Island. Daniel returned the Zodiac to the beach. ("The Lie") Several flashes later, Sawyer and his group found the Zodiac raft missing. ("The Little Prince")

First trip

ALIVE OFF ISLAND
ALIVE ON ISLAND IN 1977
ALIVE ON ISLAND IN 2007
DEFECTED
UNKNOWN
DEAD / PRESUMED DEAD
ALIVE IN ALTERNATE TIMELINE ONLY

These survivors were on the first trip to the Kahana.

Picture Name Status Role
Daniel Faraday Deceased Prominent; Physicist.
Jin Unknown as of Jughead explosion, rescued from wreckage by Danielle Rousseau and her team in 1988. He time traveled while unconscious after the Kahana exploded. Now with the DHARMA Initiative. Prominent. Husband of Sun.
Unnamed Deceased when the Kahana exploded (Day 100). Follower; redshirt.
Unnamed Deceased when the Kahana exploded (Day 100). Follower; redshirt.
Unnamed Deceased when the Kahana exploded (Day 100). Follower; redshirt.
Sun Alive, on Island in 2008; returned via Ajira Airways Flight 316. Prominent. Wife of Jin.
Aaron Littleton Alive, off Island, living with grandmother. Semi-prominent. Young child, son of Claire.

Second trip

These survivors were on the second trip to the Kahana. The raft never made it to the Kahana. It was in the water when the Island moved and it moved with the Island.

Picture Name Status Role
Daniel Faraday Deceased, shot by Eloise Hawking, his mother, in 1977. Prominent; Physicist.
Craig Presumed deceased. Killed in the flaming arrow attack. Follower; redshirt.
Steve Jenkins Unknown, did not return on the second raft trip (likely a production error). Presumed deceased. Killed in the flaming arrow attack. Follower; redshirt.
Unnamed Presumed deceased. Killed in the flaming arrow attack. Follower; redshirt.
Unnamed Unknown, did not return on the second raft trip (likely a production error). Presumed deceased. Killed in the flaming arrow attack. Follower; redshirt.
Unnamed Presumed deceased. Killed in the flaming arrow attack. Follower; redshirt.
Neil "Frogurt" Deceased. Killed in the flaming arrow attack. Follower; redshirt
The passengers of the second trip return to the Island after it moves.("There's No Place Like Home, Parts 2 & 3")

Trivia

  • In the Season 4 finale, the raft left the beach with Daniel, Craig, Steve Jenkins and three unnamed passengers (Lisa R., Steve Tanizaki and Unknown #1 according to Background cast/middle section survivors). However in the premiere of Season 5, the raft returned with Daniel, Craig, two unnamed passengers (Lisa R. and Unknown #1) and then Neil who was not seen aboard the raft in Season 4. In addition to Neil suddenly appearing on the raft, Steve Jenkins and background survivor played by Steve Tanizaki were not on the raft returning to the beach in Season 5.

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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Marvel Database

This is the Zodiac disambiguation page.

A = Appearances · I = Images · G = Gallery · F = Fan Art · Q = Quotes

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People

Items


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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

It's the Magic Cyst of Archimedes!

The Zodiac is a mysterious energy source seen in Transformers Zone which is supposedly what birthed the entire universe. Its concept has a more than passing resemblance to the Matrix, in a few ways.

Fiction

Transformers Zone OVA, manga and story pages

Violen Jygar, a crazy supernatural creature and leader of the Decepticons, ordered his Nine Great Demon Generals to steal the Zodiac so he could possess its great power. According to Dai Atlas, the Zodiac was an all-powerful energy source which supposedly created the whole universe and was the source of all life. It rested in a chamber deep beneath the surface of Planet Zone, where the Autobots were situated.

Violen Jygar sent King Poseidon, Trypticon, Devastator and Predaking to steal the Zone before the Autobots could get their mits on it. The Decepticons nearly succeeded, but the Zodiac managed to fall into the hands of Dai Atlas and Sonic Bomber. Dai Atlas opened the Zodiac, unleashing a surge of its awesome power, which destroyed King Poseidon and Trypticon. Enter the New Supreme Commander, Dai Atlas!

The Zodiac was eventually obtained by Violen Jygar and was the cause of a great battle between the Autobots and Decepticons. By the battle's end, Violen Jygar was destroyed by Big Powered (the combined form of Dai Atlas, Sonic Bomber and Road Fire) and the Autobots regained the Zodiac once again.

The Battlestars story pages

Prime prepares for his "How Many Things Can You Cram In Your Chest?" contest against Soundwave.

When the Decepticon Dark Nova brought Optimus Prime back from the dead as the sinister False Convoy, the Autobot Sky Garry knew that the only hope for the good guys was to defeat False Convoy and bring the real Optimus Prime back online. Sky Garry managed to rescue Prime's lifeless corpse from the Great Novaroid forces and restored him to life by placing the Zodiac in his chest (cuz it's just that easy). The power of the Zodiac turned Optimus Prime into the powerful Star Convoy.


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