Myst V: End of Ages

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The following article is written from an Out of Cavern (OOC) perspective. All fictional events should be considered fictional.
Myst V: End of Ages
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Info

Developer

Cyan Worlds

Publisher

Ubisoft

Release date

September 20, 2005

Locations visited

Unknown

Preceded by

Uru: The Path of the Shell

Succeeded by

Uru Live

"There is no second chance"
Myst V tagline

Myst V: End of Ages is the fifth and final game in the Myst series and tenth chronologically in the Myst saga. While it was named "Myst V", its plot is linked more to Uru. It was developed by Cyan Worlds, despite their intentions of not wanting to create a sequel. The game was published by Ubisoft and released on September 20th, 2005 to Windows PC and Macintosh platforms. It's soundtrack was composed by Tim Larkin and was released to CD on October 25, 2005.

Plot[edit]

In 2005, Dr. Watson visits K'veer where the Keep was currently being kept. After touching the Tablet, Yeesha appears and sends him on The Quest to unlock the Tablet and free the Bahro. Throughout the Quest, a D'ni survivor named Esher appears to give advice, reveal the history of Ages and to try and convince Dr. Watson to give him the Tablet. Possible endings include Dr. Watson giving the tablet to Esher, to Yeesha, or the Bahro.

Should he choose the correct ending, he will be taken to Releeshahn to meet Atrus, who is overjoyed to see the burden lifted from his daughters shoulders.

Ages/Locations Visited[edit]