I'm new xD but i friggin LOVE amulet
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Wow Trellis is Zuko now huh
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I have a theory since Moze is Emily's son is it possible that Emily is trying to save him? I mean think about it Emily is destined to become a great stonekeeper I find that is might be possible that Moze lost control and got dragged in so deep into the void by Ikor that Emily is his only hope of getting out, and another thing might prove this is the fact Moze doesn't know his father; just like Emily which Ikor could exploit and turn Moze into a colossal beast or even better a stonekeeper giant as the information we have on those powerful and gigantic beat is minimal. Who knows maybe they are like the next level of your stone when you lose control and only few stonekeepers reach that point Moze being one of those stonekeepers which is why Adult Emily enters the Void to try and save Moze and bring him back, as he is to powerful as a stonekeeper giant and must be saved though the void which sadly is guarded by Ikor and the shadows. If you agree with this please give it a like! If you have something to add or your own theory please comment!
When I first saw Moze...I shipped him with Emily.
Of course now not sense that's her son-
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....About book 9.
First it said release date: Oct. 27, 2020
Then Dec. 1, 2020
Both of which have come and gone. Will it actually come out at some point, or will it remain "in progress" for another few years?
The "Vigo Light" page needs SERIOUS editing.
It doesn't meet normal standards for the Wiki and looks overall messy.
We have been making lots of useless articles lately. This is just cluttering up this wiki and making it worse. The article "Nick the best" is just blank, so i changed it to "plz delete this". We also use the Fanon privilege to our advantages, making stuff like "Fanon: hi" and "Fanon: Emily Hayes". This results in blank pages and useless content.
Stop it now. We need to do this.
Hey, folks, this is definitely going to be controversial.
Let's get started!
8. Book Eight: Supernova
Firelight's ending was an astounding cliffhanger that left the community scrambling. (As such, Firelight is a really emotional book) But when Supernova came out, what did we get? Filler, filler, filler! Navin's story was bland and uninteresting and Emily didn't even really have to work to get out of the void. Kazu spends more time talking about what happens than actually doing it. Even Trellis' little storyline, though it was interesting, faltered compared to any other book.
7. Book One: The Stonekeeper
The first book in a series tends to be boring compared to future books in the series. Alas, amulet is no exception. While the opening hooks you, the rest of the plot is… eh. Barely anything happens, and honestly, with a few tweaks, Book two: the stonkeeper’s curse could be book one. This gives us our only live footage (pardon my bad joke) of Silas Charnon, but it isn’t particularly interesting. All of the characters would go through great arcs in the books that followed.
Alright, after this, every book is at least average.
6. Book Three: The Cloud Searchers
Although a lot of interesting characters (Gabilan, Enzo, Rico) make their first appearance, and characters like Trellis get a chance to interact with the main group, the amount of what happens in this book is… not a lot. First off, the group goes on a quest to try and find Cielis, leading to just a lot of unnecessary stuff happening while they’re on their way. Miskit and Cogsley get knocked off the airship, which is a dramatic and sad scene (I genuinely thought they would die the first time I read it) and a lot of lore about everything is established. This book would be a whole lot better if there wasn’t so much… random stuff happening. Selina’s station, training and flying, you name it. A few year ago I might have put this at the bottom of the list, but I’ve come to appreciate the subtle nuances of the lore. Plus, Trellis, baby, Trellis!
5. Book Two: The Stonekeeper’s Curse
This book is a great example of how early amulet books don’t need to be boring, or bad. This has everything: new characters like Leon, solid A and B plots, and great worldbuilding. The stones were just too uninteresting before the curse as well. But I would say the character who carries this book isn’t Miskit, Emily, Navin, even Leon, but Trellis. In my opinion, Trellis has one of the best arcs in the series and this sets him on the redemption path perfectly. Rebelling against Luger, realizing that his life is not what it seems, man, it works! It works so dang well!
Okay, now we get to the really controversial rankings of putting stuff high:
4. Book Seven: Firelight
Firelight is an emotional book, with themes of remembering, realizing family is very important, and finding out who you were destined to be. Although not much honestly happens to move the plot forward physically, a lot of characters are changed by this. We see Navin, who in previous books has been cocky, leading a three-person troop against all odds. We see Emily and Trellis going into the memories and discovering truths. I would say this is full of potential, but not perfectly executed with slowness, filler, and retelling of info we already know. Plus, this is weakened by having the emotional impact taken out of the ending by Supernova. Well, I mean, compared to Supernova this is basically perfect, but still…
3. Book Four: The Last Council
The Last Council is often considered to be one of the best books in the series, if not the best book. This is good enough to at last by #2 on the ranking, right? WRONG. This is spectacular, and I will explain why in just a moment, but it does have some glaring flaws. That includes boba fetting of Navin, and introduction of a lot of elements and characters that don’t really do anything outside of this book. Max Griffin is much better represented in Prince and Lucien, but does enough here to be a decent character. Aly actually appears in this book without Navin, which is interesting. A lot of the secondary plots aren’t that great, but Vigo’s introduction is really good. Emily’s plotline is stellar, though, and easily makes up for any flaws the book might have. But it isn’t as good as…
2. Book Five: Prince of the elves
This is widely considered to be the best book in the series. And there’s a reason for that, because it’s just that good. Or is it? Let’s see why I put it in second. A good chunk of the beginning is Max’s backstory… a tragic tale hat is well remembered by fans. Not only is that his backstory, but also him releasing Kronos. This is very nice and powerful. This actually is the first book in which Miskit does not speak, believe it or not. Boba fetting a lot of earlier characters was a controversial decision, but one with a very high payoff. Focusing on Trellis and Emily was much better. This is also the first book in which we learn that the voice is not a good guy- that was very important for any future stories. This book moves incredibly slowly, which is its only fault and reason as to why I didn’t put it in #1. This is an amazing story that is single-handedly an amazing book.
1. Book Six: Escape From Lucien
WHAT? Why Escape from Lucien of all books? Well, in my opinion this shows the best sides of Max, Emily, Navin, and Trellis. The voice is a major figure in this, and the death of Kronos was very dramatic and sad. The Navin plotline really pays off, and tells a great story with the perfect amount of talk and action, but where this story really shines is the void. The whole plotline just works. I don’t know what else to say.
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Uhm, so he escaped by being pushed out wth the force of the explosion, which destroyed part of a very important memory, iguess
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Created new section to document unused robots seen in the story.
Section under title: Uncredited Robots