Dear Esther Wiki
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"A deserted island... a lost man... memories of a fatal crash... a book written by a dying explorer."

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Find more information about the first chapter, Lighthouse.
Find more information about the second chapter, Buoy.
Find more information about the third chapter, Caves.
Find more information about the final chapter, Beacon.

Try to figure out which characters are who, and if they're really 4 seperate individuals, or not...?
Delve into the script to make up your own story.
Find more information about the first chapter, Lighthouse.

All indivual items are explained here.

Welcome to the Dear Esther Wiki

This wiki is about the mod Dear Esther, released in 2008 by TheChineseRoom and remade in 2012 by the same developers with the collaboration of Robert Briscoe.

The wiki is free to be edited by anyone and needs to contain valid information. Custom content is allowed, (but only on your userpage !)

If there is anything I can help you with, say it in my talk page! I'm always glad to help.

IMPORTANT REQUEST: Could users who edit this wiki (frequently) please either LOG IN or SIGN UP before doing any edits, this makes it much easier to keep track of your contributions, otherwise it's very difficult to trace users and ask them explanations or questions ! Many thanks beforehand, Joris Ceoen !

IMPORTANT REQUEST: I changed the commentary function to talk pages because comments on a page make it really messed up and it looks unprofessional ! Talk pages are linked directly to their respective normal page and are used to discuss anything about that particular object on the normal page. Many thanks beforehand, Joris Ceoen !


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Click here to find more information around Donnelley's book, written in the 18th century.

The Bible is often being referenced in Dear Esther. Find more information here.