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Teledahn was created by the Dn'i. It is a complex of isles among murky waters. Its ecosystem consists of edible gigantic mushrooms and spores which were exploited by the D'ni people.
The age was made as a gift for Lord Hinahsh, on his 250th birthday in 8990. When he died in 9000, the control of the age was passed down to the Guild of Caterers who installed most of the equipment that is seen on the age today. Guild Captain Ventus directed and introduced the industrialization to the age, although it somewhat ruined the place, making it appearing much different from its earliest descriptions. Some time later, Manesmo bought the island for a cheap price and kept it in good quality. While he was there he harvested the spores from the mushrooms to make bread, again (the age corrected itself over time from the Guild of Caterers' harvest). However, Manesmo worked under the table with slave trading which explains the cages on the back side of the island, before the slaves were transported to Rebek for some sort of slave games.
Douglas Sharper spent a good deal of time in this Age; much like Hinahsh, it is suspected, he became quite endeared with its quirky environment (and rich history). Despite taking numerous leaves of absence, mostly during Christmas time, this is where the bulk of Sharper's DRC work occurred (though towards the end he had to work on The City). Sharper kept his knowledge of the slave aspect of this Age hidden from his superiors, like Dr. Richard Watson (and others). Befriending the translator Nick, he learned as much as possible about Teledahn (and then Rebek) without the consent of the DRC. Some of his notes in fact support Zandi in his outright ignoring of DRC wishes. Douglas also met the forty-foot animal, that would swim in the waters (but also breathed normal oxygen, he later found out). He named this animal 'Shroomie' (and all of its kind) because they liked to feed on the giant mushrooms. As Sharper had finished much of the restoration process needed on Teledahn by 2002, he had been recalled to work on The City, and only took brief visits to Teledahn after that (he also notes later that Rebek was subsequently shelved by the DRC — something that did not surprise him).
"The truth of a man is found in the darkness, beneath the surface. Some light might reveal only what some men want to be seen." - Regettavok Oorpah; Book 9, Entry 221, Item 24