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Lost Character Tournament: Round 2 Brackets A & B

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This May marks ten years since Lost went off the air and to celebrate, 25YL is dedicating the month to the series that we obsessed over for six seasons. As part of that celebration, we will be having a 64 Lost character tournament. Its simple: in each head to head match-up, vote for the character that you want to stay in the tournament. Let’s get Round 2 started!

Voting ends on Friday May 15th at 8pm EDT. The poll with Brackets C and D is also available to be voted on.

  • Question of

    Pick One To Advance

    • Jack looks at his hands as he kneels by the river
      Jack
    • Penny holds a phone to her ear while standing in front of a Christmas tree
      Penny
  • Question of

    Pick One To Advance

    • Eko comes face to face with the smoke monster
      Mr. Eko
    • Eloise eats horse chestnuts while wearing a purple cloak with a snake broach
      Eloise Hawking
  • Question of

    Pick One To Advance

    • Sun
    • Michael and Walt with Vincent on the beach
      Michael
  • Question of

    Pick One To Advance

    • Boone
    • Juliet bleeding in the well with the bomb
      Juliet
  • Question of

    Pick One To Advance

    • Kate crying in the rainy jungle
      Kate
    • Bernard looks scared on the beach
      Bernard
  • Question of

    Pick One To Advance

    • Faraday with an awkward smile on his face
      Faraday
    • Charles Widmore holds an auction sign with the numbers 755
      Charles Widmore
  • Question of

    Pick One To Advance

    • Jin in his Dharma outfit holds a gun
      Jin
    • claire from Lost
      Claire
  • Question of

    Pick One To Advance

    • Rousseau holds her gun while listening to Hugo
      Rousseau
    • Ben wakes up in the Sahara Desert
      Ben Linus
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