This page is a list of ages found in the Myst series. For information on what an age is and how it is created, see Writing.
Following is a list of Ages mentioned in the Myst franchise. This page uses a loose definition of "Age" in that it also mentions parts of Ages, such as K'veer or Tomahna, which belong to the D'ni Age (in other terms, the planet Earth).
By Debut Edit
This listing is sorted by where the ages were introduced, shown or described, i.e. the game, novel or other places (for example, the D'ni Restoration Council (DRC) web site). Multiples of listings of the same age are thus possible. The listing tries to be hierarchical: if one Age is to be accessed via another, or is only mentioned in the context of another, it is mentioned therein.
Myst (realMyst) Edit
- Myst Island
- Aspermere (only mentioned in journal)
- Everdunes (only mentioned in journal)
- Osmoian (only mentioned in journal)
- Terrel (only mentioned in the soundtrack journal)
Myst III: Exile Edit
- Tomahna (Part of D'ni/Earth)
- Releeshahn (only seen as Linking Book)
- Riven (Age 5) (seen as a ruined age)
Myst IV: Revelation Edit
Uru: Ages Beyond Myst Edit
- the Cleft (Also known as D'ni-Riltagamin, meaning 'unknown', part of D'ni/Earth)
Uru Live, Uru: To D'ni, Untìl UruEdit
- Spy Room (Part of D'ni/Earth)
- The Nexus
- Great Shaft (Part of D'ni/Earth)
Uru: The Path of the ShellEdit
- The Watcher's Sanctuary (Part of D'ni/Earth)
Myst V: End of AgesEdit
- Myst Island
- Releeshahn (Only seen in victorious ending)
The Book of Atrus Edit
- The Cleft (Part of D'ni/Earth)
- K'veer (Part of D'ni/Earth)
The Book of Ti'ana Edit
The Book of D'ni Edit
Web sites Edit
All of these Ages are written by Atrus.
- Unnamed Age
See the DRC website for more info.
- Eder Gira
- Eder Kemo
- Kadish Tolesa
- Jalak Dador