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      Oathbringer is out! Let's make our policy on spoilers clear! 1. You must preface topics with Oathbringer spoilers with the prefix [OB] in the front 2. You are only allowed to post spoilers and spoiler topics in the Oathbringer Spoiler Board, Cosmere Theories, and some select work-related forums. 3. For posts in the Oathbringer Spoiler Board you do not need to use spoiler tags inside a topic marked [OB]. For Cosmere Theories, you also do not need to put spoiler tags inside your topic if the topic has [OB] in the title. However, for Cosmere Theories, if you are adding Oathbringer stuff to an old theory without the [OB] tag, those must go in spoiler tags and you must make it obvious outside the spoiler tag that the spoiler is regarding Oathbringer content. 4. For select things that do require talking about OB spoilers, in Events, Coppermind, and Arcanum forums, those are allowed but keep OB spoilers in spoiler tags 5. Avoid and minimize spoilers in topic titles--even though those two boards will not appear in the Recent Topics ticker, topic titles still appear in Recent Activity and the forum home.  6. You aren't allowed to post Oathbringer spoilers in places other than listed, even with spoiler tags.  It will be nine months and then the Oathbringer board will be re-merged with the Stormlight board and you will not need to tag these spoilers. If you'd like to move something in the Stormlight Archive board to the Oathbringer board, to update it with new Oathbringer information, Report the post and we will happily move it to the Oathbringer spoiler board. Part-by-part Reactions Though the Oathbringer Spoiler Board will be very spoilery, very fast (maybe don't come there until you've read the book, as people do have copies that bookstores sold early), you'll have these five topics for reactions if you want to nerd out: Part 1 Reactions
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  1. That's never been a problem before...
  2. Was this in a WoB or something? Anyway even if this is the case then the Nahel Bond ideals add to the spiritweb and make it what it is
  3. My exact inspiration
  4. Can we please brainstorm some quotes about the Knight Radiant/Recreance? I'm tyring to create something real cool and I need quotes, but I can't find good ones on my own
  5. Wait please tell me real quick: which colour is the foreign shard, and which is Sazed protecting his world?
  6. After some thought I realized that Shardblades cause poeple's eyes to burn away, and that dead Shardblades in Shadesmar have no eyes...could there be a connection between the two facts? When I think about it, humans have three aspects: Physical, Cognitive and Spiritual. If we assume that the soul is the spiritual aspect (I think that's been confirmed), it becomes clear that what a Shardblade does is: 1) Seperate a person from his Spiritweb 2) Make the connections between the three aspects unravel So it takes the soul, and it takes the eyes...eyes are windows of the soul (maybe). So then if we assume that this is why the eyes disappear, then why do the Spren's eyes disappear after the bond dies? My theory is that a spren (which only has one part, the cognitive part) achieves Spiritual and Physical aspects from a Nahel Bond. Swearing the Ideals constitutes the spren's Spiritweb, and adds to it, which means that a spren's spiritweb is made of Oaths and Ideals. Then, when the Radiants broke their bonds, they "broke" the spren's Spiritweb, robbing them of their souls (eyes) and their physical form.
  7. To be honest I really do think that Navani is the best candidate but then I deeply think about it and I remember how the plot goes so far off the predicted rails and we all get confused...RIP Elhoker and his Almost-Bond...and so my theory is: The sibling bonds with Graves
  8. Ground breaking theory: Brandon will make Shallan destory oshar in one big Chernobyl
  9. To be honest Oathbringer just blew my mind. I mean, every time you think the story will go somewhere you can cmpletely understand Brandon's like "Confusion before clarity! Journey before Destination!" and we're back to square 1. Why else do you think he had Dalinar, I don't know, fuse freaknig REALM'S together???
  10. Think about it... You're in a battle which you're struggling with, and you might lose. Out of nowhere appears Saitama...err Szeth...flying in the sky and holding a blade bleeding smoke and destroying your enemies, in all his bald glory. Would you really stand up and say "Get lost bro, I don't need you"?
  11. TBH Dresden Files and The Aeronaut's Windlass were pretty good, but its not like we can compare them. I mean, on one side there's a lone 600 page book and on the other is a series with, what, fifteen books and thousands of pages... Scale breaks, right?
  12. BURN THE HERETIC! BURN HIM! DESTROY HIM! DEESTROOOOYYYYY HIIIIIII... *pulled away by the moderators into a closed room...*
  13. Brent Weeks is better known for his Night Angel Trilogy but Lightbringer is waaaaaay better in my opinion... Please don't shoot me
  14. If you trust me on anything, trust me when I say that Night Angel has so many flaws it almost isn't worth your time, and if you decide not to read it you'd be better off.