|Books on the Relto Bookshelf
The clips found at the top of the Books can be turned up, this allows the visitors to use your Books. By clicking the clip at the bottom edge of a Book it can be reset (and the puzzles in that Age as well).
A very detailed guide to Linking Books can be found at the Guild of Greeters
The Neighborhood (Bevin) Book.
It links directly to your Neighborhood. The Nexus Book links to a tiny Age. Different
points of the city are available from there.
Additional personal, private and public links
are also available from the Nexus. The City Book. The links to the city are collected to this
brown Book. On using a Bahro stone (linking stone) the first time,
the appropriate link is added to this Book and that place can be
reached later directly via this Book. The desert or cleft Book (dry and wet desert).
It is available at very beginning from the
"hydrant" of Relto or only if your mission in
the five basic Ages is fulfilled. The Book of Gahreesen, which leads to the Age of maintainers
with the rotating fortresses. One of the five basic Ages. The Book of Teledahn, the Age of the giant
mushrooms. One of the five basic Ages. The Book of Kadish Tolesa, the Age of the giant trees
and puzzles of Master Kadish. One of the five basic Ages. The Book of Eder Gira, the Age of fumaroles
and lava flows. One of the five basic Ages. The Book of Eder Kemo or the Garden Age.
One of the five basic Ages. The Book of Negilahn links to a pod in an
unknown Age, surrounded by lush vegetation
and strange animals in the jungle. The Book of Dereno. An arctic pod with
interesting underwater life and ice harps. The Book of Payiferen. A pod in a desert
with sandstorms all around the clock. The Book of Tetsonot.
Links to a broken down pod. The Book of Minkata links to a huge desert
with cultic places of the aborigines. The Book of Er'cana leads to an Age with
a big industrial complex in a canyon The Book of Jalak Dador, the Age dedicated
to ancient D'ni sports or competitions. The Books of Ahnonay. Both Books link to the Age
created by Master Kadish. One directly, the other via
the so called Cathedral Age. The Book of Myst (perhaps already known?)