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Explore a reimagined Koholint Island that's been faithfully rebuilt in a brand-new art style that will entice fans and newcomers alike. Battle enemies as you conquer numerous dungeons and uncover the hidden secrets of the island. Encounter Super Mario enemies like Goombas, Piranha Plants, and more, and interact with unique locals who help Link on his adventure. As you clear dungeons throughout the main story, earn dungeon rooms Chambers , then arrange them into custom layouts in the all-new Chamber Dungeon.
Place your dungeon entrance, Nightmare room, and everything in between as you try to fulfill objectives and play through a new dungeon. Read An Excerpt. Paperback 3 —. About The Awakening She wanted to swim far out, where no woman had swum before. About The Awakening The Awakening by Kate Chopin First published in , this beautiful, brief novel so disturbed critics and the public that it was banished for decades afterward. Also in Modern Library Torchbearers. Also in The Art of the Novella. Also by Kate Chopin. About Kate Chopin Kate Chopin did not begin to write until she was thirty-six years old.
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In addition, V'Las reminds Soval that his oath of loyalty is still in effect. Archer, who still believes that T'Pau bombed the Embassy , angrily confronts her over the death of his friend, Admiral Forrest and 42 others. T'Pau denies involvement in the bombing and chides Archer for crossing the Forge with false information.
Afterward, as T'Pol and Archer explain they befriended the late Arev while crossing the desert, they are welcomed with sorrow. As T'Pau explains, Arev was in fact Syrran , their leader. Locked in a room at the sanctuary, Archer slumps over near a window. T'Pol goes to his side and asks if he is all right. Archer recalls that before Arev died, he put his hand on his forehead and now he feels something inside his head.
Archer confides to T'Pol that since the incident, he has not felt like himself. She explains that she only wanted to assure her daughter that she was fine.
T'Pau regretfully remarks that if Syrran is indeed dead, all they have worked for is lost. In the captain's ready room , Commander Tucker expresses his disbelief on Soval's expulsion from the High Command. Soval notes that he can file a protest but V'Las is not one to change his mind. Soval remarks that his lost position and future career plans are the last thing they should be concerned with now and asks the commander if they have been able to contact Archer or T'Pol.
Soval remarks that they are in grave danger. After some time, T'Pol is brought to her mother. Their discussion goes nowhere as the daughter can't understand her mother's choice to join people she considers as extremists. Even after she hears T'Les' explanation, the High Council's propaganda still holds. In his cell, Captain Archer has a vision. He sees explosions in the far distance. Vulcan is tearing itself apart ", an elderly appearing Vulcan man says.
The man stands at a distance from Archer. Archer quickly deduces that the Vulcan man is Surak himself, the father of Vulcan philosophy. Archer tells Surak that this does not feel like a dream. Surak tells Archer that he is viewing the past through his eyes. From what he tells Archer, Syrran transferred Surak's katra to Archer's mind before he died.
Surak tells Archer that he must return his people to the right path and that, to use a Earth expression, they are stuck with each other now. V'Las informs the Council that the Syrrannite camp has been located. V'Las intends to order its eradication, which prompts objection from another council member, Kuvak. He proposes simply arresting them when they inevitably need to leave the camp. V'Las dismisses this through a goal of maintaining order most of all, which could be obtained by destroying them.
V'Las ends the meeting with his decision, leaving Kuvak disturbed. With the strange vision, Archer informs T'Pau and the group about what he saw. He says he thinks it was Surak, and this stuns the others, though, Syrann would certainly have tried to transfer the katra if he sensed he was about to die. T'Pol states katra s are a myth , but T'Pau ignores that and offers to mind meld with the captain to be sure, despite her misgivings about doing that with a Human. T'Pau sees the desert and the refuge that Archer took earlier, but then also senses Surak.
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She steps back, now sure. Soval, now determined to prevent the tragedy, helps Tucker with a plan, starting with disrupting one of the satellites near the Forge. During, Tucker asks Soval why's he's helping them when he seemed so against Humans. Soval reminds him he lived on Earth for 30 years and did develop a fondness for Humans. Tucker says he did a good job hiding it, to which Soval thanks him.
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