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  • Write the first section of your page here.
  • Several libraries are located on the Island of Sodor. There are only two known, one is located at Abbey, Thomas once took a storyteller here for its grand opening in the eleventh season. Another is located at the Town Square in Tidmouth. It was mentioned in the thirteenth season episode, Time For a Story.
  • A sadly short-lived web series that ran from 2010-2011. Only created first episode and an April Fools video. A few clips of the series were circulated via Facebook, and the show has garnered interest in social networking communities, mainly because what happens in each of the episodes has actually happened in real life before. The Youtube channel for the show has since been closed down. However it can be found here
  • “The Library” is the fifth episode of Season Three, and the 22nd overall. It originally aired October 16, 1991. “The Library” was directed by Joshua White and written by Larry Charles.
  • The Library is a is a chain of libraries created by RKO Publishing in 1987.
  • This area is for personal documents written or owned by non-magi, which may be scattered about the covenant and which are not open to all to read. As with the Private Documents they are gathered here for convenience.
  • The Library is a place where you buy new characters with LEGO Studs. This allows you to play as different characters you would normally not play as. The locked characters are the ones you cannot buy until you have completed a certain level. The prices range from 15,000 to 100,000. There are plenty of tables and book shelves to destroy if you need some studs.
  • Interprete Lanzamiento Apariciones Duración Álbum Anterior soundtrack Siguiente soundtrack The Library es un soundtrack de Resident Evil 2, este soundtrack es parte del album Biohazard 2 Original Soundtrack.
  • "The Library" is the third segment of the twenty-second episode of the first season (1985–86) of the American television series The Twilight Zone.
  • __NOEDITSECTION____NOEDITSECTION__ In the gallery Library you can display your books, treasure maps and some unique items from mods and the vanilla game.
  • The Library is the seventh campaign level of Halo: Combat Evolved. It begins after 343 Guilty Spark teleports John-117 from the swamp he was in (part of the previous level) into the Library of Installation 04. John-117 must battle through four Flood-filled stories to reach the Index chamber.
  • Writer: John O'Bryan Director: Giancarlo Volpe Guest Stars: Héctor Elizondo (Wan Shi Tong), Raphael Sbarge (Professor Zei)
  • Location within The Night World of the Insylum RPG (a similar library is mentioned in the Night Floors adventure in Delta Green: Countdown). It is a strange library that seems to have reverted to a wild state - lights that fade on and off as with the passing of the sun, evidence of camp-fires, and a mysterious creature stalking the aisles by night.
  • The Library is a region of the lower attics of Redwall Abbey. It was started by Old Quelt as an organized gathering place for all of Redwall's historical writings, particularly from The Gatehouse and the Abbot/Abbess's quarters.
  • The Library is a massive archology containing the collected knowledge and history of all of known races. It is located on Legion, the human homeworld.
  • The Library is an extradimensional space created by, and the primary residence of, Periox Osseaw. It is filled with copies of nearly every book ever published on Altnernia, and many recovered from conquered or destroyed civilizations. As a result, it is immense, covering about 15 square miles (excluding the Arcane Wing).
  • The library is a great place for finding information and studying. There are cubicles in most floors and the ones in the 6-9th floor are very quiet.
  • The Library is a scene which never appeared on episodes.
  • The Library is the thirteenth track in the BIOHAZARD 2 ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK.
  • The library is a large computer database area discovered by Maggie Robbins. The computers are working, but somewhat damaged.
  • The Library is a integral part of Myst Island and is home to the Red Book and the Blue Book, as well as many clues to help you solve the puzzles of the island. It housed most of Atrus's books before they were burned by Sirrus and Achenar, who became trapped within the Prison Books there. This article is a Stub. You can help D'ni by expanding it.
  • "The Library" is the 30th episode of Avatar: The Last Airbender.
  • The Library was a large and comfortable room in Exovar's Emporium. It was very quiet and relaxing. It contained millions of documents, including many banned or contraband materials.
  • The Library is an original Barney song that first appeared in "Honk! Honk! A Goose on the Loose!".
  • The Library is a magical library that houses mythical artifacts, and books.
  • As I crossed the threshold of the library, I noticed that all sounds of the street stopped. I shrugged it off as being well sound-proofed. I slowly weaved my way through the aisles, finding nothing that drew my attention. As I drew deeper into the depths of the building, the lights grew dimmer until eventually, the only light came from candles in brackets along the wall. Was that… movement? My gaze tracked to the end of the aisle I was in and saw a shape moving slowly away from me. I chased after it, calling out. As I got closer, the shape sharpened into that of a man. He was leaving.
  • The Library and its computer was built by Felman Lux to embody his daughter Charlotte Lux' living mind before her failing body died. She could enjoy eternal life in the virtual reality, with the Doctor Moon nurturing her spiritual and mental well-being. To protect her identity and their child, the Lux family made the Library computers refer to her by the protracted name "CAL" to define the heart of its computer network. (TV: Forest of the Dead) It was managed by a head Librarian. Visitors to the Library used courtesy nodes, sculpted computer terminals containing real faces made from donated flesh; the nodes would chose a face they thought a patron would like. The security drones were levitating wooden spheres. All spheres had a camera lens and could communicate by displaying messages acros
  • Finch keeps most of his technical equipment in two rooms on the second floor of the building, which are secured by a gate and a pad lock. Various generators set up throughout the building serve as the building's main source of power, which keeps the building off the grid. (“Root Cause”) (“RAM”) The Library was abandoned by Harold and Reese, and it was then raided by a NYPD response team shortly after Samaritan came fully online. (“Deus Ex Machina”)
  • Located on the second floor of Hogwarts castle and contains tens of thousands of books on thousands of shelves. The library is where students can go to peruse or borrow books to supplement their studies (or for personal enjoyment). The library books have various spells on them to prevent students from defacing or stealing them. There are several sections to the library including the invisibliity section, dragon section, the reference section and the legal section. As well as the restricted section. The library closes at 8 pm.
  • The Library is located to the east of the main building, and it is monitored by Mrs. Carvin. It is the main hangout on campus for the Nerds, and some of the nerds like Cornelius find it a safe haven from the Bullies. There are 2 yardsticks near the Library which can be used as Melee Weapons. At the right end of the library there is the entrance to the Observatory, as well as a secret short cut to Harrington House. There are several flower pots scattered around the inside, and they can be picked up and thrown for lots of damage. The Prefects can be found inside patrolling, usually after 7 p.m.
  • The Library was a section on the now defunct Zelda Universe website. It included a continuation of the backstory descriptions given in the Official Nintendo Player's Guides (see Legends of Zelda for example from the OOT guide), with the addition up to the Oracle Series (however it does change the order from the earlier sources as was the case with Link's Awakening which was clearly placed after LTTP in the official Player's Guides where it belongs). The other interesting detail was its attempt to make all the Link's one link, though it was already established in the earlier guides by their own in-universe historians that there were at least three links between the events of OOT, LTTP, and classic Zelda series.
  • The scene opens with Aang sitting on the ground, looking over a vast savanna landscape. The gang stands behind the seated Aang, who is holding a flute in his hand; Sokka asks: "What's out here?" As Toph bends down to touch the ground, she responds, "A lot actually." Just as she is about to elaborate, Aang interrupts her, telling her not to ruin the surprise. He plays a musical note on the flute and a groundhog-like creature emerges and repeats the same note. After Aang plays several more notes, Sokka plugs his finger into the end of the flute in frustration and states that they need to make plans. Toph points out that they are making plans – mini-vacation plans. Sokka argues they do not have time for vacations. Aang points out that he is diligently working his "arrow off" with Toph and Kat
  • Someone has released the Flood into the Installation, and 343 Guilty Spark requires your assistance in collecting the Index from a Flood-infected structure called The Library. This level acts a recreation of the level of the same name from the original Halo.
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  • 3
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  • The Library
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  • 1991-10-16
  • 2006-07-14
  • 2552-09-20
  • July 14, 2006
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Series
  • 1
Status
  • Abandoned
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  • Mareo Yamada
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  • None
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  • -
  • Raphael Sbarge , Hector Elizondo
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  • Halo: Combat Evolved
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  • The Library
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  • 280
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  • The Library
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  • Notable Magical Names of Our Time
  • Important Modern Magical Discoveries
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  • Important Modern Magical Discoveries
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  • Great Wizards of the Twentieth Century
  • A Study of Recent Developments in Wizardry
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  • A Study of Recent Developments in Wizardry
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  • The Library
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  • River's sacrifice - Doctor Who - BBC
  • Meet the Vashta Nerada - Doctor Who - BBC
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  • The Library
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  • Finch and Reese's headquarters
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NEXT
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  • Masami Ueda
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  • Continued Use
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  • Retrieve the Index.
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  • Write the first section of your page here.
  • Several libraries are located on the Island of Sodor. There are only two known, one is located at Abbey, Thomas once took a storyteller here for its grand opening in the eleventh season. Another is located at the Town Square in Tidmouth. It was mentioned in the thirteenth season episode, Time For a Story.
  • A sadly short-lived web series that ran from 2010-2011. Only created first episode and an April Fools video. A few clips of the series were circulated via Facebook, and the show has garnered interest in social networking communities, mainly because what happens in each of the episodes has actually happened in real life before. The Youtube channel for the show has since been closed down. However it can be found here
  • “The Library” is the fifth episode of Season Three, and the 22nd overall. It originally aired October 16, 1991. “The Library” was directed by Joshua White and written by Larry Charles.
  • The Library is a is a chain of libraries created by RKO Publishing in 1987.
  • The Library was a section on the now defunct Zelda Universe website. It included a continuation of the backstory descriptions given in the Official Nintendo Player's Guides (see Legends of Zelda for example from the OOT guide), with the addition up to the Oracle Series (however it does change the order from the earlier sources as was the case with Link's Awakening which was clearly placed after LTTP in the official Player's Guides where it belongs). The other interesting detail was its attempt to make all the Link's one link, though it was already established in the earlier guides by their own in-universe historians that there were at least three links between the events of OOT, LTTP, and classic Zelda series. This source again was written as being from the Hyrule Archives, by an 'unreliable' "in-universe" narrator (in this case apparently Kaepora Gaebora) . Like the other guide sources it predates Hyrule Historia and existed before the Timeline Split concept was introduced. But at that time there was only the 'decline/chaos' timeline in existence. Interestingly these sources and Hyrule Historia are written from the conceit of future scholars, historians, story tellers, and myth makers of Hyrule having written down theories of how, when or where and which order take place, and that these scholars seem to exist in a single future point in Hyrule's time, but somehow aware of other timelines (or at least its just another theory as they currently understand it), and they have added their own theory of the history to the Hyrule's archives. How past Hyrule archivers were aware of multiple timelines (assuming modern Hyrulian scholars are right) is still a mystery (though even in Breath of the Wild set 10,000 years in the future individuals seem to be aware of legends from all three timelines). One interesting bit of note is that this 'account' attempted to place Link's Awakening during the events of Zelda II, at the point in the game where Link travels from Western Hyrule over to Eastern Hyrule across the Great Hyrulean Sea (aka Great Sea).
  • This area is for personal documents written or owned by non-magi, which may be scattered about the covenant and which are not open to all to read. As with the Private Documents they are gathered here for convenience.
  • The Library is a place where you buy new characters with LEGO Studs. This allows you to play as different characters you would normally not play as. The locked characters are the ones you cannot buy until you have completed a certain level. The prices range from 15,000 to 100,000. There are plenty of tables and book shelves to destroy if you need some studs.
  • Located on the second floor of Hogwarts castle and contains tens of thousands of books on thousands of shelves. The library is where students can go to peruse or borrow books to supplement their studies (or for personal enjoyment). The library books have various spells on them to prevent students from defacing or stealing them. No food or drink is allowed within the library and any defacement of the books is a cause for detention. Any student or teacher may borrow a book from the library with permission from the librarian and any book from the restricted section must be obtained with a note from a Professor. There are several sections to the library including the invisibliity section, dragon section, the reference section and the legal section. As well as the restricted section. The library closes at 8 pm.
  • Interprete Lanzamiento Apariciones Duración Álbum Anterior soundtrack Siguiente soundtrack The Library es un soundtrack de Resident Evil 2, este soundtrack es parte del album Biohazard 2 Original Soundtrack.
  • "The Library" is the third segment of the twenty-second episode of the first season (1985–86) of the American television series The Twilight Zone.
  • __NOEDITSECTION____NOEDITSECTION__ In the gallery Library you can display your books, treasure maps and some unique items from mods and the vanilla game.
  • The Library is the seventh campaign level of Halo: Combat Evolved. It begins after 343 Guilty Spark teleports John-117 from the swamp he was in (part of the previous level) into the Library of Installation 04. John-117 must battle through four Flood-filled stories to reach the Index chamber.
  • Writer: John O'Bryan Director: Giancarlo Volpe Guest Stars: Héctor Elizondo (Wan Shi Tong), Raphael Sbarge (Professor Zei)
  • Location within The Night World of the Insylum RPG (a similar library is mentioned in the Night Floors adventure in Delta Green: Countdown). It is a strange library that seems to have reverted to a wild state - lights that fade on and off as with the passing of the sun, evidence of camp-fires, and a mysterious creature stalking the aisles by night.
  • Finch keeps most of his technical equipment in two rooms on the second floor of the building, which are secured by a gate and a pad lock. Various generators set up throughout the building serve as the building's main source of power, which keeps the building off the grid. (“Root Cause”) (“RAM”) File:Library desk.jpg The main workspace is a large, round desk with several computer screens in the middle of the room. There is also a pin board with all of the numbers Finch received during the times when he was working with Reese or his predecessor, Rick Dillinger. A large glass display board with a major crack is used to collect, link and categorize information on current cases. File:Library mediaroom.jpg Finch keeps additional equipment that he uses for audio file handling in a small room located right next to the main room. (“The Fix”) Finch used a third file room in apparently a different part of the building when he first brought Reese to the Library. (“Pilot”) As the library has never been cleared of its inventory, there are still thousands of books stored on the shelves, which are used to decipher the coded numbers given by the Machine. Finch, being an avid reader, often picks books for himself to read. He has also used them to build a playpen for Leila Smith. (“Baby Blue”) During the events of “Zero Day”, we learn that the Library was originally the base of operations for Nathan Ingram, in his efforts to save irrelevant numbers. Harold followed Nathan to the library and walked inside, only to discover Nathan's clandestine activities. Nathan mentioned the Library is actually owned by Harold who bought several libraries when the city closed them. Harold considered the series of library closures a tragedy, the decline of Western Civilization. (“Zero Day”) There's a wall safe hidden behind a book shelf. The Machine directed Reese and Shaw to it by giving them the code to a book, "The Ghost in the Machine" by Arthur Koestler. In the last page, there was an old picture of Harold and Nathan Ingram. After they found the safe, the Machine sent Reese the combination to open it. Inside the safe there was a number of pictures of people connected to the irrelevant list, including that of Jessica Arndt, Reese's former girlfriend. Additionally there was a map of the Unites States of America, marking three secure federal sites used for nuclear fuel storage which were possible locations where the Machine might have been installed. The markings had been made by Nathan Ingram. (“God Mode”) The Library was abandoned by Harold and Reese, and it was then raided by a NYPD response team shortly after Samaritan came fully online. (“Deus Ex Machina”)
  • Someone has released the Flood into the Installation, and 343 Guilty Spark requires your assistance in collecting the Index from a Flood-infected structure called The Library. This level acts a recreation of the level of the same name from the original Halo. The level is an auto-scrolling area with little space. The only enemies here are the Flood, and there are many of them. There are also two sections in the level, one each after a few auto-scrolling segments, where you must fight off a swarm of Flood creatures. Once you defeat a certain number of them, the room will be cleared. The final auto-scrolling segment is a high-speed area that requires a flight power-up to get through. Luckily, you can hit 343 Guilty Spark, after which he may give you something, including a Tanooki Suit for the final scrolling section. Flood creatures include infection forms, carrier forms, and occasionally combat forms.
  • The Library is a region of the lower attics of Redwall Abbey. It was started by Old Quelt as an organized gathering place for all of Redwall's historical writings, particularly from The Gatehouse and the Abbot/Abbess's quarters.
  • The Library is a massive archology containing the collected knowledge and history of all of known races. It is located on Legion, the human homeworld.
  • The Library is an extradimensional space created by, and the primary residence of, Periox Osseaw. It is filled with copies of nearly every book ever published on Altnernia, and many recovered from conquered or destroyed civilizations. As a result, it is immense, covering about 15 square miles (excluding the Arcane Wing).
  • The library is a great place for finding information and studying. There are cubicles in most floors and the ones in the 6-9th floor are very quiet.
  • The Library is located to the east of the main building, and it is monitored by Mrs. Carvin. It is the main hangout on campus for the Nerds, and some of the nerds like Cornelius find it a safe haven from the Bullies. There are 2 yardsticks near the Library which can be used as Melee Weapons. At the right end of the library there is the entrance to the Observatory, as well as a secret short cut to Harrington House. The inside of the library has two floors. In one corner is the globe that produces random facts about the world when spun. There is also a G&G card next to it. On the second floor is a rubberband. Students like the non clique students and Preppies can be seen inside the library. The Bullies can also be seen inside, despite what Cornelius states. The jocks could be seen in the library in Welcome to Bullworth but apart from that they rarely appear. There are several flower pots scattered around the inside, and they can be picked up and thrown for lots of damage. The Prefects can be found inside patrolling, usually after 7 p.m. The Library also has an interior/exterior mistake. On the outside, there is windows on the side walls, but inside there are no windows. Like at the corner with the globe, there is a window outside, but inside there is no window.
  • The Library is a scene which never appeared on episodes.
  • The Library is the thirteenth track in the BIOHAZARD 2 ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK.
  • The library is a large computer database area discovered by Maggie Robbins. The computers are working, but somewhat damaged.
  • The Library is a integral part of Myst Island and is home to the Red Book and the Blue Book, as well as many clues to help you solve the puzzles of the island. It housed most of Atrus's books before they were burned by Sirrus and Achenar, who became trapped within the Prison Books there. This article is a Stub. You can help D'ni by expanding it.
  • "The Library" is the 30th episode of Avatar: The Last Airbender.
  • The scene opens with Aang sitting on the ground, looking over a vast savanna landscape. The gang stands behind the seated Aang, who is holding a flute in his hand; Sokka asks: "What's out here?" As Toph bends down to touch the ground, she responds, "A lot actually." Just as she is about to elaborate, Aang interrupts her, telling her not to ruin the surprise. He plays a musical note on the flute and a groundhog-like creature emerges and repeats the same note. After Aang plays several more notes, Sokka plugs his finger into the end of the flute in frustration and states that they need to make plans. Toph points out that they are making plans – mini-vacation plans. Sokka argues they do not have time for vacations. Aang points out that he is diligently working his "arrow off" with Toph and Katara to master the elements and Katara agrees there's nothing wrong with enjoying themselves during their downtime. Sokka expresses concern at lacking inside information about the Fire Nation and the fact that even if Aang masters the elements, they would be unable to locate the Fire Lord, let alone defeat him. Sokka states they need intelligence in order to win the war. Katara aptly states, "All right, we'll finish our vacations and then we'll look for Sokka's 'intelligence'." For her mini-vacation, Katara chooses the Misty Palms Oasis. However, the gang soon finds that the Misty Palms Oasis' reputation has gone downhill in the past one hundred years. They go into a bar-like establishment where an employee prepares a mango. The customer being served accidentally bumps into Aang, spilling some of his drink onto him. Aang uses his airbending to dry himself. The customer, excited to meet an airbender, introduces himself as Professor Zei of Ba Sing Se University. He begins quizzing Aang as though the latter is a science specimen. Sokka inquires as to whether the professor has a more recent map, and the professor unrolls a map showing a vast desert with routes marked where he has gone in search of a Knowledge Spirit's library. With the possibility that the library may have information to be used against the Fire Nation, Sokka dramatically announces his choice of location for the next mini-vacation to be the library. The professor states it is impossible to cross the desert on foot, but the gang introduces him to Appa. Sandbenders, earthbenders who specialize in bending sand, are attempting to steal Appa as the team walks out of the cantina, but the professor shoos them away. The group heads out in search of the enormous library. After a long search, Sokka finally spots a tower-like structure sticking out of the sand. They investigate, but conclude that the tower is not what they are looking for, as it is much smaller than the library's illustration. Just as they are about to give up and go back, a fox carrying a scroll races up the side of the tower and enters via a window at the top; Sokka realizes this is the library, and that most of it is just underground. Devastated that his lifelong dream of finding the Knowledge Spirit's library is nearly buried, the professor drops to the ground and begins to excavate. Toph places her hand on the tower and announces the library is intact under the sand. Everyone enters the library via the open window, save for Appa, who does not fit through the opening, and Toph, who declines due to not being able to read. After entering the library, they hear something approaching and hide behind ornate columns. A huge black, white-faced owl walks forward. After observing his surroundings for a few moments, the owl speaks, telling the group he is aware of their presence. Professor Zei comes out excitedly and introduces himself. The owl is less than impressed and tells the professor he should leave or he will stuff him like an animal trophy. The others come out from hiding, and Sokka asks if he is the spirit who brought the library to the physical world, to which the owl confirms this. The Knowledge Spirit, named Wan Shi Tong, informs them that humans are not permitted in the library anymore because they abuse the knowledge, using it only to gain leverage on other humans. After Aang promises they will not abuse the library's knowledge, the owl relents but only after each provides some knowledge for his collection. The professor offers a first edition book; Katara offers a waterbending scroll; Aang offers his wanted poster; and Sokka offers a specially-tied knot. After accepting these donations, though less than impressed with the knot, the Knowledge Spirit descends into the lower levels of the library, allowing the group to look around. Meanwhile, Toph attempts to make small talk with Appa outside. She explains to Appa that her seismic sense is majorly impaired because of the looseness of the sand, making her vision "fuzzy". Back inside the library, the group looks around where it is learned that in a previous life, Aang was once left-handed. Sokka finds a parchment stating the darkest day of the Fire Nation marked with a date. The group seeks out a Fire Nation wing of the library, only to discover that everything has been destroyed by firebenders, much to their shock. A fox suddenly appears and indicates that it will lead them to another source of information. The fox opens the door to a planetarium and shows them how to use a mechanism to operate it. Katara suggests entering the date from the parchment and running the machine. Once this is done, they realize a solar eclipse will incapacitate the firebenders in a manner similar to how the removal of the moon affected the waterbenders. Just as Sokka is gloating about the defeat of the firebenders, the Knowledge Spirit appears. Understandably angry, he flaps his wings and begins sinking the library. The group starts to flee with the owl chasing them. Outside, Toph realizes the library is sinking. Her initial attempt to prevent this proves fruitless, as she begins to sink into the sand herself. However, she manages to twist some sand around her feet into sandstone and uses her fists to slow the library's descent. With Wan Shi Tong still in hot pursuit of the team, Sokka persuades Aang to return to the planetarium to discover if or when the next solar eclipse will happen before the return of Sozin's Comet. The spirit continues to chase Katara and the professor as Aang and Sokka head back. While Toph continues to hold up the library, sandbenders arrive on scene, intent on capturing Appa. The earthbender, preoccupied with preventing the library from sinking and unable to use her seismic sense effectively, is unable to determine their exact identity or location. Aang and Sokka begin checking dates from that day to the arrival of Sozin's Comet, and eventually find the date of the next solar eclipse, which is a few months away. Toph is alternating between holding up the library and firing misaimed blasts at the sandbenders, but soon realizes she must choose between protecting Appa or preventing her friends' deaths. She plants her fists in the library again and, pained at hearing Appa's calls of distress as he is pulled away, sadly apologizes for being unable to help him. The Knowledge Spirit catches up to Katara and warns her that he is versed in all types of waterbending styles, thus rendering any attacks she may use worthless. She is saved when Sokka drops down on the owl, knocking him unconscious and saying, "That's called 'Sokka Style'. Learn it!" As they begin to ascend the rope through which they entered, Sokka calls to the professor, who refuses to leave. The spirit regains consciousness and shakes Sokka and Katara off the rope, but Aang manages to catch them and flies them out of the library. Realizing they have escaped, Toph releases her grip on the library, and it vanishes into the sand. Although initially happy at the discovery of the Fire Nation's weakness, the mood changes once they realize Appa is gone. A tear runs down Aang's face.
  • The Library was a large and comfortable room in Exovar's Emporium. It was very quiet and relaxing. It contained millions of documents, including many banned or contraband materials.
  • The Library is an original Barney song that first appeared in "Honk! Honk! A Goose on the Loose!".
  • The Library and its computer was built by Felman Lux to embody his daughter Charlotte Lux' living mind before her failing body died. She could enjoy eternal life in the virtual reality, with the Doctor Moon nurturing her spiritual and mental well-being. To protect her identity and their child, the Lux family made the Library computers refer to her by the protracted name "CAL" to define the heart of its computer network. (TV: Forest of the Dead) It was managed by a head Librarian. Visitors to the Library used courtesy nodes, sculpted computer terminals containing real faces made from donated flesh; the nodes would chose a face they thought a patron would like. The security drones were levitating wooden spheres. All spheres had a camera lens and could communicate by displaying messages across a scrolling LED display in red letters. Visitors were advised to switch off their mobile comm units for the courtesy of other patrons in the library. Paper editions of every book ever written were made specially for the Library. (TV: Silence in the Library) The forests cut down to make the books were home to Vashta Nerada, which then hatched from the books and infested the Library. When the Vashta Nerada hit their hatching cycle and began their attack, the Doctor believed someone in the Library set off an alarm that made the computer teleport everyone out of its halls and covert them into a virtual form for transmission to a safe location. However, the computer could not reconstitute anyone back to physical form, because it had no place to send them where they would be out of reach from the Vashta Nerada. Instead, the computer managed to "save" all 4022 visitors at the time to its hard drive, where they could dream an imperfect virtual existence. The virtual world was a false reality governed by fake perceptions of time and individuals, maintained by Doctor Moon, who would reassure its population there was nothing to fear, even if he had to alter memories. They would remain cut off from the real world for a century. (TV: Forest of the Dead)
  • The Library is a magical library that houses mythical artifacts, and books.
  • As I crossed the threshold of the library, I noticed that all sounds of the street stopped. I shrugged it off as being well sound-proofed. I slowly weaved my way through the aisles, finding nothing that drew my attention. As I drew deeper into the depths of the building, the lights grew dimmer until eventually, the only light came from candles in brackets along the wall. The books grew darker too, though not in the same sense. They grew… More arcane. Scared, I turned around to leave. I walked briskly back the way I came, but the overhead lights never returned. I retraced my steps, and took different turns, all to no avail. Was that… movement? My gaze tracked to the end of the aisle I was in and saw a shape moving slowly away from me. I chased after it, calling out. As I got closer, the shape sharpened into that of a man. I asked him breathlessly how to get out of the library. He didn't move. Then, out of nowhere, he whipped his head around. I only caught a glimpse of his face before I threw my arms up to protect my own, and he bit me. Caught my arm good. Down I went, and scrambled away from him. I managed to find my footing, and ran like hell. My lungs felt like they were about to burst when I finally stopped. I had no idea where I was. I was scared and exhausted. Before I knew what I was doing, I laid down and went to sleep. I would love to give you a time when I awoke, but I don’t know for sure. I had lost all sense of time. I dragged my aching body to my feet and stumbled down the hallway. I noticed it getting brighter, the books more lighthearted. I looked up, and saw an ancient light-bulb. I started to run down the hall, glancing upwards as I ran. The lights grew brighter until I caught a glimpse of the doors. I ran towards them, freedom so close I could taste it. As I stepped up to the doors, they stayed still. They didn't open. I reached my fingers into the crack in the doors and tried to pry them open. They wouldn't budge. Locked? I thought. But that idea was shattered as an older man walked to the doors, and they slid open for him. He threw me a glance, and I thought I recognized his face. As he tipped his hat to me and walked out into the world, it hit me. That man in the aisle. He was leaving. I walked to the open doors behind him and tried to walk out. As I strode towards the open doors, I hit something. It was like walking into a wall, but all that was in front of me was air. I hurried to the librarian to ask for help. No matter how loudly I asked, she ignored me. She glanced up once, but it was like she was looking past me… Through me. I tried to shove a pile of books over to get her attention, but I couldn't move them. Se calmly reached over and picked the top book off the pile. I had to figure out what was going on. She stood up and began to walk away, so I grabbed her arm and tried to pull her back. Her arm didn't move, but she sort of seemed to be looking for something, and followed where I led. I led her to a table, and let her go. She looked at the table, and under it, but seemed to decide she didn't find what she was looking for, and went back along her way. So that's my story. I’m still here today. We haven’t been busy. But you never know. You may come in sometime, looking for a book. I may take your hand and lead you deeper and deeper into the library. You may catch a glimpse of me and ask for help out. I may just get my freedom, at the cost of yours. I’m waiting for you. Credited to TheCoffinDancer
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