K’veer is one of many privately owned islands scattered around the lake. It is believed to have been one of the islands sold during the reign of King Emen in 5059 DE but that has yet to be confirmed for certain.
Prior to The Fall K’veer was the mansion home to Lord Rakeri and his son Lord Veovis. It is unknown how long the island had been in the hands of the family. When Rakeri died Veovis used the island as his base of operations with A’gaeris whilst they plotted their revenge against D’ni.
After the Fall Aitrus, with Veovis’ help Linked to K’veer in an effort to beat A’gaeris to the island and save Ti’ana. Aitrus burned the supply of Books that A’gaeris has amassed and sacrificed himself Linking A’gaeris to a Death Age.
Later K’veer became the home to Gehn during his plans to rebuild the D’ni empire. When he was but a teenager, Atrus was brought to D’ni by his father Gehn, and joined him in K’veer. After falling out over the nature of The Art Atrus was imprisoned within a section of K’veer by his father. The room served as a prison for decades until Atrus with the help of people from the Age of Avarone breached the door and gained access once again to the rest of K’veer and D’ni as well. K’veer once again became a base of operations, this time for Atrus and his group whilst they searched for D’ni survivors.
K’veer remained empty for 200 years or so until 2004 CE when Yeesha started members of the explorer community on the Path of the Shell. This journey took people through the Ages of Ahnonay and Er'cana and from there to the room that once served as Atrus’ prison.
In 2005 CE Dr. Richard Watson began The Quest to free the Bahro by returning the Tablet to them which was housed in K’veer. It is currently unknown as to how the “Keep”, which housed the Tablet, came to be in K’veer.
In 2007 CE the Ages of Ahnonay and Er'cana were finally released by the D'ni Restoration Council allowing a new wave of explorers to take the Path of the Shell as others had before, however instead of just Atrus’ prison room being accessible explorers could now access the outer corridor that lead down to a ballroom.
The Prison Room (for lack of a better name as the original purpose for the room is still unknown) is a large circular room with dark grey basalt like rock. The ceiling is exposed rock which reaches down to the tiled floor. Sections have been carved into thick columns that straddle recessed alchoves. A series of small red columns line the alchoves with what appears to be doors set into the back wall.
A tiled floor reaches across the room and at the center a large mosaic portrait of King Ri’neref looks out at the rock above. Surrounded by rubble a door leads out to the hallway beyond. To the left of the door a makeshift desk constructed of segments of rock and a tapestry once served as the desk of Atrus.
Pass the Prison Room a hallway of stairs winds its way downwards. Stained glass plant motif columns line the walls and reach up to a vaulted ceiling. The hallway opens up to a larger room with slim windows that overlook the hall on the other side before continuing down. Just prior to the hallway being caved in is a small doorway that leads through to the Hall.
The Hall, or ballroom is a large 2 tiered room flanked by faux columns that serve as lights. At the end of the room a large two tone window overlooks the D’ni lake. A staircase leads up to the second tier, a balcony that overlooks the hall below. Opposite the large window a Nexus terminal can be found.