Laki'ahn

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Laki'ahn
Lakimain.jpg
Laki'ahn in 2005 CE
Info

Type

Sport Age

Written by

Unknown

Written

Unknown

Inhabitants

Linking Books to Age found in

Direbo (Take) (previously)

Linking books in Age

Appearances in

"I wish you could see Laki'ahn as I remember it. Anticipation. The calls of the beasts bellowing out over the warm airs and conversations, as we waited for the fires to burn and the battle to begin."

Laki'ahn is a sport Age written before the Fall of D'ni. It is currently being restored by Chloe Rhodes.

Geography[edit]

The main part of the Age is made up of multiple tropical islands covered by large rocks and tropical plants. The D'ni built a huge arena that dominates most of the largest island. A maze would connect the Arena to Fighter Beach, where the natives known as the Kresh lived. Small avian creatures known as Piranha Birds can also be found wandering the beaches. The Keep can be found on an island known as "the Distant Isle," where treasures used to be stored.

A moon orbits the planet at great speeds and solar eclipses occur frequently.

History[edit]

Laki'ahn was mainly used as a sport Age for the D'ni. The natives, known as the Kresh, would be forced to battle giant sea creatures called Laki in an arena filled with cheering D'ni spectators. Once the beast had been subdued, the Kresh warrior would take the gem from inside of the Laki and place it on a pedestal, which would rise up to where the jewelers would be waiting. The jewelers would then take them to the Trade House where they would auction off the gem. The Kresh fighter would be able to keep the meat of the Laki and take it back to Fighter Beach.

After the Fall of D'ni, the Bahro chose this Age as one four Ages to keep one of their Slates and the Kresh "went back to their barbaric ways", as Esher put it.

Gallery[edit]


The following sections is written from an Out of Cavern (OOC) perspective. All fictional events should be considered fictional.

Trivia[edit]

  • Laki'ahn was originally planned for Uru, prior to the shutdown of the original Uru Live.

Appearances[edit]

Ages
Myst

Myst Island · Mechanical · Channelwood · Stoneship · Selenitic · D'ni City (K'veer) · Rime (only in realMYST) · Riven (not visited; only appears in realMYST) · "Puzzle Age" (not visited; only appears in realMYST)

Riven

D'ni City (K'veer) · Riven · Tay · Age 233 · Age 234 (not visited)

Exile

Tomahna · J'nanin · Edanna · Voltaic · Amateria · Narayan · Releeshahn (not visited) · Riven (not visited)

Revelation

Tomahna · Spire · Haven · Serenia

Ages Beyond Myst

Relto · Cleft · D'ni City (Ae'gura · Bevin) · Gahreesen · Teledahn · Kadish Tolesa · Eder Gira · Eder Kemo

To D'ni

Relto (Phil's) · D'ni City (Ae'gura · Bevin · Kirel · Great Zero · Great Shaft) · Nexus · Teledahn

Path of the Shell

Relto · D'ni City (Watcher's Pub · Er'cana Silo · K'veer) · Er'cana · Ahnonay Cathedral · Ahnonay · Myst Island

End of Ages

D'ni City (K'veer · Great Shaft) · Direbo · Tahgira · Todelmer · Noloben · Laki'ahn · Releeshahn (glimpsed only) · Myst Island

Uru Live

Relto (Phil's) · Cleft · D'ni City (Ae'gura · Bevin · Seret · Kirel · Great Zero · Great Shaft · Watcher's Pub · Er'cana Silo · K'veer) · Nexus · Gahreesen · Teledahn · Kadish Tolesa · Eder Gira · Eder Kemo · Maintainer Nexus · Pod Age (Negilahn · Dereno · Payiferen · Tetsonot) · Eder Tsogal · Eder Delin · Minkata · Jalak Dador · Er'cana · Ahnonay Cathedral · Ahnonay · Myst Island

Other

Ader Jamat · Age 37 · Ancam · Aridanu · Arimarl · Aspermere · Aurack · Averone · "Bead Age" · Bilaris · Chroma'agana · Dahtamnay · Ederat · Er'duna · Er'jerah · Everdunes · Gadar · Garternay · Gemedet · Gravitation · Hereas · Herelding · Inception · Jakooth's Age · "Jellyfish Age" · Judgement Age · Kahlo · Kalamee · Kings' Age · Ko'ah · Meanas · Nidur Gemat · Pento · New Pento Age · Perfect Age · Pirahnay ("Canvas Age" · "Gesso Age" · "Ink Age") · Rahtevnee · Rebek · Shimas · "Spiral Age" · Te'negamiris · Terahnee · The Tide · Tilos · "Torus Age" · Trases · Venalem · Windring · Yakul · Yasefe · Yimas