"Oh, what a mess!"
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The most famous room of K'veer in its current condition
Linking books to location found in
Linking books at location
Some years later, Gehn lived there with his servant, Rijus. It was here that he taught himself the Art and wrote several Ages, though all of them were flawed. When his son Atrus was fourteen, Gehn brought him to K'veer and the two lived there for several months. After an argument with his father, Atrus attempted to flee K'veer, though he was caught in locked in the basement of the mansion, his only way out being the Riven Descriptive Book. Atrus tried to escape using a stone-cutter found in the room, though he only caused a cave-in. In the later weeks, Atrus met Catherine and the two trapped Gehn on Riven while they moved to Myst, and K'veer was once again deserted.
On Leevotar 29, 9461 DE (March 15–16, 1806 CE), Sirrus and Achenar tricked Atrus into going to K'veer in search of Catherine, but Achenar had removed a page from his Myst linking book, and thus it did not work. During his imprisonment, he worked on fixing the flaws in the Riven descriptive book, which had become unstable. Soon after, the Stranger brought him the missing page, freeing him from K'veer.
|The following section is written from an Out-of-Cavern (OOC) perspective. All fictional events should be considered fictional.|
- It is the most visited location, as it appears in all Cyan-made games in the series.
- Myst: The Book of Ti'ana
- Myst: The Book of Atrus
- Riven: The Sequel to Myst
- Myst: The Book of D'ni
- Myst III: Exile (mentioned only)
- Uru: The Path of the Shell
- Myst V: End of Ages
- Uru Live