When shadows attack, Riva attempts to evacuate everyone via the underground trains. Navin, Alyson and Riva's advisor, the robot General Pil, get rid of as much shadows as they could before they're forced to escape to a portal where they borrow mech suits from Pil's parents. They travel to Frontera, the Resistance's base, to attempt to launch an attack on the Elf King's kingdom, Valcor.
Meanwhile, the four stone keepers arrive at a memory of Valcor, where the Voice lives.
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During the confrontation, Chronos is killed, and Max decides he cannot continue on his current path any longer, after being reminded about everything he has done and seeing he was simply a corpse being kept alive by the Voice. The Voice accepts this, and takes Max's life away. Before dying, he tells them to visit Algos Island for Trellis. The remaining three stonekeepers arrive in the real world and save a ship full of Elf King followers that was about to explode, and are able to make them faithful to prince Trellis.
They then encounter Riva, who explains what happened to Navin. They manage to restrain him, and he explains that he can help them. He takes Emily and Trellis to a forgotten underwater city, where he hides all the memories he's stolen. They enter memories of Trellis' childhood that his father had Gabilan take away from Trellis, and learn that the "dark shadows", whom the Voice is one of, were created by refugees from a dead planet who are intent on taking over Alledia. Emily is lured by the Voice into a memory that turns out to be from the man who was inadvertently responsible for her father's death.
There, Emily partially gives in to feelings of hatred and revenge, enough so that the stone's power appears to completely take over her as it did with Luger, turning into a firebird and escaping into the real world so it can use her as part of the shadows' plan. Some part of Emily is still intact, and before her transformation she orders Trellis to help restore her, as she once did for him. The shadows use striker fish to bust the dome and the whole place gets flooded. Trellis escapes and reunites with the crew, but Gabilan is nowhere to be seen although he assured Trellis he could survive.
Meanwhile, Navin and Alyson work at a restaurant to get enough money to buy tickets for airships in order to get to Frontera, but they are pursued by bounty hunters of the Elf King. Riva Ash's friends help them escape to Frontera. Navin and Aly reunite with Miskit and Leon, and together with other members of the Resistance's clandestine space program, blast off into space to enter the Resistance's other base and to fight the shadows from there. Supernova: Emily travels inside The Void, searching for a way to escape it, where she meets some new friends Meanwhile, Navin and Aly travel to the Resistance's base on a new planet, and are quickly assigned to an apparently easy mission Emily Hayes is a stonekeeper and the successor of Silas Charnon, her great-grandfather; she is a leading member of the remaining Guardian Council.
She is the daughter of Karen and David, and the older sister of Navin Hayes. She has bright red hair, and later uses a long walking stick to channel the stone's power per Leon's advice. Described as a "natural born leader", she has demonstrated herself to be a very skilled and adept fighter and stonekeeper, even if she has much to learn about the true nature of her stone.
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Her goal upon entering Alledia was to find a cure for Karen when she was poisoned after she was stung by an arachnopod, but she remained in Alledia after her mother was cured in order to lend support in the fight against the Elf King and later the Voice. After the death of her father, Emily and her family move to her great-grandfather Silas' house near San Francisco. After saving her mother, and curing her from the arachnopod's poison as well in the second book, she became more comfortable with being a 'hero', and claims even if she did intend to go back to Earth, the amulet would stop her, but in the third book this is revealed to be false.
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In the same book, she recruits Trellis and becomes one of his only initial friends. In the sixth book, when Max Griffin accepts his fate of dying, she tries to prevent that, which shows another decision affected from her compassionate side. Emily is usually very resistant to the Voice's attempts to control her, except in the seventh book; when the Voice finds out about her longing for her dead father, he causes her to give in to her desire for revenge against the man that accidentally caused the death of David Hayes, and she turns into a firebird that is, an enormous phoenix and becomes an unwilling servant of the Voice.
At the beginning of the series, Navin is childish and a little immature, but matures over the series. His liking of video games has given him talents with flying and even mech suits. This talent has caused Navin to perform feats that help the group. In the first book, he flies their plane while the others fight. In the second book, he defeats Luger by controlling the house-robot of Silas.
In the third, when Enzo's robot loses control of the Luna Moth ship, he quickly takes control and prevents them from falling. In the fifth one, he attempts to defeat Max in one of the ships, but ultimately fails. In the sixth book, he helps defeat the shadows in the cleaning mech suits. He is caring for his friends and family, and always gets worried when Emily is in danger, which is shown when, in the second book, a Gadobah tree predicts his sister falling, he goes recklessly to rescue her which show how much he cares for his family. When the prophecy comes true he saves her.
He is shown to have brown hair, resembling his father. Trellis is the son of the Elf King and younger brother of Luger, as well as a stonekeeper and intended successor to the throne of Gulfen. After failing to capture Emily and having his act of interception at Gondoa Mountain seen as treason, Trellis and his brother Luger abandoned the King altogether, eventually joining Emily and the Resistance after Emily defended them from the Elf King's soldiers.
Originally, he played the antagonist in the first two books, but in the third his purposes were revealed.
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In the first book, he had attempted to force Emily into defeating his father, the Elf King, through the kidnapping of her mom. In the third book, Emily saves him from the Elf King's guards when they attempted to arrest him, using a stunning staff to electrocute him. He tells Emily that his father is being possessed by something, and that he wanted to destroy whatever was controlling his dead body by destroying the amulet of the king. In the fifth book, they find out it was the Voice. In the sixth book, Trellis becomes warmer to the crew of the Luna Moth , especially Luger, playing a game of Othello together and exchanging witty banter.
Both did not know they were brothers until book three, since Gabilan stole their memories. Trellis starts trusting Emily after her step to save him in book 5, eventually developing a strong bond of trust with her and becoming close. Like most elves, Trellis has grey skin, but with a lighter tone. He is shown to have long white hair, and in the beginning of the series had sharp teeth, but that was removed after the fifth book.
He has a long stitched up scar on his left eye. When he and Emily enter his stolen memories in the seventh book, he finds out that he got his scar when the king, who had abnormally sharp and long fingernails, scratched his eye with it. Trellis is especially talented in defending with the amulet. Trellis believes his father has long been dead and is under the possession of his stone.
His goal is to destroy the stone, and prevent any further harm to his nation, Gulfen, and the rest of Alledia. Trellis has very few memories from his childhood. Many significant events from his past are revealed to him when Trellis tries to enter the Void in book 5, as he finds out he was primarily raised by his mild historian uncle and when he entered his memories in book 7, learning about how he received his scar and the fate of his late uncle. Leon Redbeard, like many other citizens of Kanalis, came under the effects of a curse during his human childhood, causing him to become a humanoid fox Though others became different animals.
When his father, guard of the jail that the Elf King was kept imprisoned, was killed when the Elf King lost control of his powers, Leon decided to avenge him and worked for the Guardian Council to defeat him, and so looked for Emily per their request. In the second and third book, he is able to teach Emily basic lessons on how to wield the amulet's power, in which she now carries a staff that focuses the amulet's energy.
He makes short cameo appearances in the fifth, sixth and seventh book.
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Vigo first appears in the fourth book, when Cogsley and Miskit fall off the Luna Moth and he rescues them and brings them to his house. As a child, he befriended Max Griffin, who often had no friends due to his respect to elves, even though the specific elves he respected did a lot to help the city of Cielis.
Soon after he joined the guardian council the protectors of Cielis he left because the council made its decisions based on its fears. When he grew up, Vigo married someone, but after his wife died, his son attempted to travel into the past to revive her, a technique that Silas had made a theory of, when really he was entering his memories. He stayed in his memories for months, never waking up, then died, causing much grief to Vigo. In the other books, he tries his best to help the crew of the Luna Moth. He originally disliked Trellis, but became neutral to him in the sixth book.
In the seventh book, he mentioned that he didn't like leaving Emily with Gabilan, as he was once a father and had a father's instinct. He has a grey beard, and wears a blue overcoat. Max Griffin makes his debut in the third book to take Emily to Cielis after she activates a beacon. In the fourth book, he, Emily and two other young Stonekeepers were transported to the caverns of Cielis instead of the void.
The four complete multiple tasks, and found themselves the main chamber containing the mother stone. He steals it, revealing his true loyalty to the nation of the Elves. The fifth book shows his tense relationship with his father, and friendship with a young elf called Layra, whose family was persecuted against because they were elves, despite their help in building Cielis. When he destroys a city airship in anger for shooting down Layra's family, he's sentenced to fifty years in prison. His partially successful escape and subsequent death results in the stone taking over. His last appearance was in the sixth book, when he spies on the resistance by hiding in an illusion of clouds while Navin is learning in the colossus program.
He sends a servant to request the Guardian Council's help, when he talks to them asking them to help him fight off the voice. Then they all enter the void and talk to the voice where it promptly undoes all that it has done, killing him. Common Sense Media's unbiased ratings are created by expert reviewers and aren't influenced by the product's creators or by any of our funders, affiliates, or partners.
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