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Top 10 Lost Characters

Ranked. list=debuts.
Pain of Mind

Ben fucking Linus - He manipulated and killed Locke, he was responsible for the genocide of hundreds of Dharma workers (including his father), he watched as his daughter was killed and did nothing to stop it, and he knowingly blew up a freighter with hundreds of people on it just for personal vengeance. And after all of this, the writers manage to make us feel sorry for him... wtf?
The Mosquito Control EP

John Locke - One of TV's most epic and tragic character arcs, John Locke's placement needs little explanation.
3Cult of Luna
Cult of Luna

Desmond Hume - He ushered in a completely new era for the show, and his love story was easily the most compelling of Lost. The Constant is argued by many to be the best episode of the series, but pretty much every one of his flashback episodes deserves a spot in the top 20.
Ordeal of the Century

James Ford (Sawyer) - As far as growth over the series' 6 seasons, there is no one more successful than Sawyer. He was an obnoxious redneck, a caring lover, a vicious con man, a vengeful assassin, and above all, a fucking badass. He also had some of the show's best lines: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HtDoH_0rGeY
5Explosions In the Sky
How Strange, Innocence

Richard Alpert - The guy's single flashback episode is easily in my all-time top 10 Lost episodes. So long shrouded in mystery, Richard is the supporting character that every show wishes it had: unfortunately, few have one as brilliant as Richard. His journey from ageless adviser to a confused, suicidal man who has lost all his faith in pretty much everything and finally back to the confident, wise man he used to be was nothing short of epic.
6Godspeed You! Black Emperor
All Lights Fucked On the Hairy Amp Drooling

Jack Shepherd - Yeah, I know, a lot of people don't like him. I, however, love the guy for his growth throughout the show, his flashbacks (except for that one dumb one about his stupid fucking tattoos), and his characteristic bitch fits. He also plays off of Locke with huge success, making his turn from man of science to man of faith in the final season that much more compelling.
Soulside Journey

Mr. Eko - Every day, I curse Adewale for asking to be written off Lost, and I curse the writers for letting him leave. A drug smuggler turned redeemed priest, Eko had some of the show's most compelling flashbacks, and I am 100% sure than his presence in seasons 3-6 would have added untold amounts of awesomeness and badassery.
Ungentle Exhumation

Daniel Faraday - He may twitch like a motherfucker, but he's a genius and he's so god damn loveable... He was also singlehandedly responsible for making the time travel stuff seem non-stupid.
Death By Metal (Demo)

Ethan Rom - The dude may have been killed off early, but he's insanely creepy/badass and he has a knack for making awesome flashback appearances.
Epistemological Despondency

Frank Lapidus - Fuck the Writer's Guild for striking and cutting off season 4. If they hadn't, we would have surely gotten a flashback episode for the show's most badass and underused bearded alcoholic pilot. Also, one-liners.
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