LOST Adventure Map: Chapter 10 (Season 2 Finale) Part 2- Pala Ferry (163/365)

Here is Part 2 of the LOST season 2 finale. This part of the chapter shows the adventures of Jack, Kate, Hurley, Sawyer, Michael, Sun, Jin, and Sayid.

By the way, before I get started I should just say that when I write these posts I will include spoilers. If you have not yet finished watching LOST or if you plan to in the near future then DO NOT READ THESE POSTS!

I repeat, ***** !!!!! SPOILER ALERT !!!!! *****

PREVIOUSLY ON LOST…

Michael’s son, Walt, was taken from him by the Others a few weeks ago when the two of them, along with Sawyer and Jin, set off on their raft to get help. Michael has spent this time looking for the Others so he can get his son back. When he went out looking for them one day, they found him. He was captured and was told was release their man, Ben, who has been held in the hatch for a few days. If he did this, he and Walt could leave the island together.

He also had to bring Jack, Kate, Sawyer, and Hurley to them. He went back to camp and told them all that he found them and that they could take them. He released Ben and killed Ana Lucia and Libby in the process, making it look like Ben did it. He said that their mission to strike at the Others could only involve Jack, Kate, Hurley, and Sawyer. Sayid did not believe Michael’s story, and told Jack that he had been compromised.

When Desmond’s boat came to shore, Sayid took advantage of the opportunity and took the boat so that he could scope out the Others camp. Then all of them would go in together. So while Sayid, Jin, and Sun went in the boat to the other side of the island, Michael and Co. went to go get Walt, with only Jack knowing about the trap that awaited them.

Wow. That is the simplest way I can explain this part of LOST. If it is confusing then I apologize, just watch the show. Anyway, let’s get this party started.

Ahhh, another glorious adventure through the evil jungle full of smoke monsters, polar bears, and crazy people who take children. So Michael, Kate, Jack, Sawyer, and Hurley are walking through the jungle towards the Others camp. Jack is the only one who knows what Michael is planning, and hasn’t told the others so that Michael doesn’t catch on.

Meanwhile, Sayid, Sun, and Jin sail to the other side of the island to scout out the Others. On the way there, they encounter a strange statue.

A four-toed statue. No one has ever seen it before. They continue on with their mission but we are left wondering, “What the heck?”

They find the camp and Sayid sets off to spy on them.

However, he finds nothing. No one is at this camp.

Back to Michael and Co.

Jack tells everyone that Michael is hiding something and makes him tell everyone. The others want to go back but Jack says that it is too late and they have to go on with Sayid’s plan. As they continue their journey, they also find something interesting.

A long glass tube, and tons of books.

The books, or journal entries, are from the Pearl station. This is where the tube leads. Interesting.

Just then, they hear whispers. Then the Others ambush them, and capture them.

They are taken to the Pala Ferry.

Ben arrives, he is their leader. He allows Michael and Walt to leave and says that they are “the Good Guys.” He then releases Hurley, telling him to inform his friends that they can never come here. Jack, Sawyer, and Kate, are then blindfolded and taken somewhere.

There you go. The hatch has been destroyed, Locke, Eko, and Desmond could all be dead, and Jack, Kate, and Sawyer have been captured by the Others. Quite a fitting cliff-hanger for Season 2. Stay tuned for Season 3.

By the way, the next chapter, Chapter 11, is not at all in the adventure map notes, I included it myself. There aren’t any real tasks, it is mostly a sightseeing chapter. It is a way to tell you what happened in between now, and the next task. So, we’ll see you then.

Thanks for reading and Happy Mining!

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