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  1. Hi!

    Read warbreaker, and then reread the bit at the end of WoR. You may catch something important. I'd say what, but spoilers
  2. Hi!

    Hey! Welcome to the forums, it's always great to have a new person around. What books have you read so far? Which were your favorites? Oh, and if someone offers you cookies, you may want to consider running in terror
  3. Hello! It'll be great to have a SE bot up and running, and the project sounds really cool. I'm a novice coder myself, and if there's some way I could help I'd be willing to at any point after May 5th (My schedule is booked until then). What language is the bot in? I likely wouldn't know it (I know Python, C++, Git, and web design languages), but I can try to learn
  4. I apologize to everyone here for my recent inactivity. Unfortunately, I can't promise I'll be more active with my approaching AP Exams. I can, however, promise an effort That said, I skimmed the last cycle or so, and I agree with Wilson's assessment on Hero. From his behavior, especially as described by her, is suspicious. I would, however, be interested in hearing a defense Edit: Aaaaand I was ninja'd. I'll try to post my response to hero's defense soon
  5. I fail to see how my actions are similar. Lopen prejustified a list of suspicions saying they were all gut reads, and has shown repeated willingness to vote based on this hidden list that none of us get to see. I, meanwhile, have said that I no longer trust my gut reads, which formed the entirety of my suspicions, and as a result I have none beyond those backed by arguments like the one DA presented. I don't have a list of suspicions I'm preemptively justifying and refusing to share; rather, I've essentially said that as it stands, any suspicion I have must be backed by evidence. As far as I see, that's close to the opposite.
  6. While I find your detailed analysis very impressive, I disagree with your assessment of Arinian. You say he might have been working in conjunction with "his elim buddies", but with the way this game was structured he wouldn't have had any fellow Elims until he (or whoever the inquisitor is) just converted one. I hadn't originally thought the same of Drake, but you make a rather compelling argument. He's moved to the top of my suspicions now. A couple nights ago, I reread the entire thread and looked for any suspicions. The biggest one was Drought, who is clearly not an elim. That was based on a gut read. I'm not too confident in the rest of my gut reads as a result, all of which were significantly weaker than the one on Drought. I'm going to place a vote on Drake for now because DAs analysis regarding him seems solid. Also, can we see your 'very real list' of suspicions? Having a secret list of suspicions composed entirely of gut reads has the potential to be an excellent elim tool, because the person could justify any vote by saying the suspect is "next on the list"
  7. The dead guy is running something called an 'MR'? Jelwynd scratched his head in confusion. This must be more of that allomancy talk. Unless he was missing something. He had spent most of the past cycle sleeping off the thug-sized dose of whatever they'd used to get everyone here. He'd only caught pieces of what was said, but was determined to catch up. "What did I miss?" he asked the nearest person blearily Sorry everyone, real life has been getting in the way of my ability to dedicate enough attention to this game. Teachers apparently assign a lot of homework and exams in the week leading up to spring break so they have the extra time to grade them and can submit the grades in time for the semi-semester progress reports. On the bright side, 2 of the 3 projects due this week and 4 of the 7 tests have already happened, so I should have more time coming up. I'm going to read the backlog as soon as possible to catch up as much as I can
  8. You clearly know that this game is essentially a rerun of LG2, yet you apparently didn't read the rules of that game (despite them having been mentioned multiple times in thread, I might add). I'm confused as to why that would be. Care to clarify, @Elenion? I'm slightly suspicious of you, as it currently stands. @Amanuensis, I'm on mobile and too tired to reformat your earlier post to quote the section I want to answer, but I feel as if the Inquisitor will be primarily focused on getting roleclaims in PMs to try and find good converts, and will try to avoid attention in-thread by posting infrequently or with medium frequency
  9. Jelwynd awoke, groggy. His head pounded. Where was he? He looked around, and found himself in a small, windowless room with ornate decor. A potted plant, different from the usual brown, sat nearby. It must have been cultivated especially for decoration. For some reason, his mind locked onto the plant until he felt as if he had to look closer. He lurched up from the cot he had been laid on, hobbled over to the plant, and promptly threw up all over it with the exertion. What was happening to him? This thought echoed in his brain for awhile as it shook off the cobwebs that came with a prolonged slumber and searing headache. I must have been drugged, he eventually concluded. This suspicion was only confirmed when he discovered a note in the room speaking of his kidnapping by Tekiel. Why would the man do this? He was headed here anyways. A better question, why would the man use such painful dosages of drugs on the 'guests' he had invited if he wanted them to be able to compete in any way? A brief flash of pain entered his mind along with this new question, but he eventually found the answer with the help of some tapped zinc. Rusts, he thought. They gave me a thug's dose. His head continued to throb in pain as he laid back down. I'm going to need to sleep this off
  10. Hopefully I can help with that. When you see something in High Imperial, it will begin with either "Ising" or "Wasing". This is a tense indicator, the former of which indicates present tense and the latter of which indicates past tense. Once that word appears, another "-ing" word (gerund) will indicate what verb is actually occurring in the sentence. The subject is the most difficult aspect of High Imperial to grasp, as it is difficult to place in a sentence naturally. Rather, it's usually conveyed by context or gestures. To provide some examples, "Ising the being of fast" would mean "[Subject] is being fast", while responding to a question such as "What are you doing?" with "Ising the being of running" would mean "I am running". "Wasing the wanting of this", a line used by Spook in the first book, would mean "[Subject] wanted this". The subject, TLR, was indicated in this passage through his gestures at Kedrik Shaw. I'm going to let people know up front that my internet connection will be limited beginning Thursday, and I won't be able to check on regularly at any point in the following 10 days as things currently stand. I'll try to get on occasionally, but I can't guarantee I'll make every cycle
  11. Dear Jelwynd You have been invited to Fadrex, by the will of Lord Tekiel. And to refuse such an offer would be unprecedented. So First, I shall inform you that anyone reading this letter has a certain quality that we find extraordinary, and we wish to only grow your potential. Whether that be the will to survive these turbulent times, or a certain affinity for anything pointed, we have considered everything. However, we cannot accept everyone that has been invited, so we must first run a simple entrance test. Anyone that passes this test will be allowed in to Fadrex, and if you fail the test, well, we won’t have to worry about that. You will find enclosed within the letter all the information that you need to know before the test starts. We hope to see you next week. Sincerely, The Court Fool Jelwynd finished reading the note, and scratched his head in confusion. What extraordinary quality did they believe him to possess? He was unremarkable in nearly every way. Unless... No. They had no way of knowing of his feruchemical powers. He'd carefully hidden his Terris ancestry since his birth to avoid the carefully regimented breeding programs and feruchemy extermination campaigns undergone periodically by The Lord Ruler; while he hesitated to oppose the man who claimed to be God himself, he also didn't particularly want to become a eunuch. That sort of operation doubtlessly hurt, and with his knowledge of past medical procedures and the comparative archaism of modern techniques, he hesitated to let any of the Lord Ruler's doctors near him. Hopefully, with that tyrant's recent demise, the worst of his policies had died with him. So, then, what could be the reason for this mysterious note appearing in his room in the middle of the night? Suddenly, he alighted on the answer. A few weeks back, he'd been forced to guard himself against a group of robbers, and had needed to tap his pewtermind to ensure victory. As he left, he warned the incapacitated robbers not to continue their disreputable line of work, as the next 'allomancer' they encountered would not be so kind as to let them live. He'd thought that would be enough to cover his tracks; few men who picked fights with allomancers would admit it for fear of persecution by Obligators, and those who did would rarely be believed. Still, though, he figured that one of these men must have given his description to another and so on until the news reached Lord Tekiel. He sighed. This would mean he'd have to attend, simply because he did not wish to draw yet more attention. While there, he'd have to masquerade as a Thug, too, just in case his suspicion was right. He certainly hoped he could pull it off. Now, if only he could remember which metal that particular type of allomancer burned, he'd be set
  12. mistborn

    I'm not entirely sure about how it would be perceived, but I can't say I'd recomend it. As far as I know, it would be permissible to release it as a nonprofit project and make a notice screen that informs anyone who uses it that the rights go to DMG and Brandon Sanderson, but you may want to check what type of copyright liscense it was filed under and make sure.
  13. Hm. Depends. I mean, you can be poisoned by consuming certain metals. What type of spike did this one have again?
  14. Apologies! You're quite right. That was a mistake on my part
  15. Hello! Welcome to the forums! We're happy to have you here I have, fortunately, just finished typing up a a reply to another thread that is applicable to your curiosity here, so I'll repost it with some alterations: