The Age of Ederat was written by Veovis, shortly before the fall of D'ni. His co-conspirator, A'gaeris, commissioned the Age with the intention of living out his days there as a god—an act which violated the foundational tenets of the Guild of Writers. When Veovis learned of A'gaeris' plans for Ederat, he refused to go along with them, and A'gaeris killed him in a final confrontation.
There was ultimately no idyllic end for Ederat. Aitrus altered the Book, transforming it from a beautiful paradise into a fiery inferno. In a hostage stand-off with A'gaeris over Aitrus' wife and son, Aitrus linked to Ederat, prompting A'gaeris to pursue him. Both men perished shortly after arriving, as the Age tore itself apart.