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On the [[Age]] of [[Rime]], [[Atrus]] discovered crystals with remarkable qualities. Under the proper conditions, these crystals will resonate in such a way as to simulate some of the properties of [[Ink]], allowing Atrus to construct a viewer that is capable of obtaining images from any Age, though the crystals cannot actually form a link. The correct combination of crystal shapes and colors must be determined in order to view a particular Age, and that group of crystals must be inserted in the viewer along with a blank linking [[Book]].
 
On the [[Age]] of [[Rime]], [[Atrus]] discovered crystals with remarkable qualities. Under the proper conditions, these crystals will resonate in such a way as to simulate some of the properties of [[Ink]], allowing Atrus to construct a viewer that is capable of obtaining images from any Age, though the crystals cannot actually form a link. The correct combination of crystal shapes and colors must be determined in order to view a particular Age, and that group of crystals must be inserted in the viewer along with a blank linking [[Book]].
  

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