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Trilogy
Last Stand on the Ocean Shore
Last stand ocean shore
Author Mark Cheverton
Illustrator None
Publication date Jul. 7, 2015
ISBN 978-1634500982
Publication Order
Preceded by
The Jungle Temple Oracle
Followed by
Saving Crafter

Last Stand on the Ocean Shore is an unofficial novel written by Mark Cheverton. It is the third and final book in The Mystery Of Herobrine trilogy and the sixth book overall in the Gameknight999 franchise, and the sequel to The Jungle Temple Oracle. It was released on July 7, 2015.

Synopsis Edit

Herobrine is rallying all the monsters of Minecraft to one server in hopes of eliminating Gameknight999 and his friends once and for all. They destroy every village they find, threatening to continue until the User-that-is-not-a-user surrenders. Gameknight has just two things: the Oracle’s command to seek out the lost ocean monument and an impenetrable riddle: “Look to the lowliest and most insignificant of creatures, for that is where your salvation will lie.”

Haunted by this seemingly useless clue, Gameknight searches for the mysterious underwater lair where the Book of Wisdom is hidden, which he is told holds the secret to the riddle and the key to defeating Herobrine. But at every turn lies a massive army of monsters. With no map to guide them, Gameknight and his friends will fight for their lives to reach the deep ocean destination, and a terrifying creature awaits them there. The Mystery of Herobrine series comes to an explosive conclusion on the shores of Minecraft, where one false move could spell the end for Gameknight999 and company!

LessonEdit

Family is a bond that can never be broken.

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