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  1. I still think this ties with accepting that actions have consequences, that choosing to protect means understanding that there is sacrifice/destruction/"unprotecting" elsewhere. BUT, inaction is not a choice. Inaction is what cost the king his life. He must take action, accepting the consequences. Where Szeth is using Dalinar as his guide for the law(similar to Amos in the Expanse), Kaladin might need to chose whose version of justice to accept. But before getting there he needs to accepted was essentially Newton's Law: For every action....
  2. I should clarify, I meant after becoming a Knights Radiant with Syl at the end of words of radiance
  3. I need to look thorough Oathbringer again, but has Kaladin killed anyone since becoming a Windrunner. Brandon changed up the fight with the Assassin. He did not kill Amaran. Fuze don't count because they just come back. I need to reread the attempted assault on the Castle.
  4. I need to make a longer reply but wanted to add this to the mix. Kaladin's dad. The surgeon. “His father snorted. “That’s like trying to stop a storm by blowing harder. Ridiculous. You can’t protect by killing.” Excerpt From The Way of Kings Brandon Sanderson
  5. Could ideal 4 already be written out? It can't that simple but... Vasher did guide him to the third ideal. “Sometimes, Vasher wondered if the two weren’t really the same thing. Protect a flower, destroy the pests who wanted to feed on it. Protect a building, destroy the plants that could have grown in the soil. Protect a man. Live with the destruction he creates.” Excerpt From Warbreaker Brandon Sanderson
  6. Here is a one. Pure speculation and I can’t find any thing to substantiate it, but for some reason I think Eshoni=Timbre. I know about the comet spren that was around Eshoni in WOR. But she never bonded. Why would it be at hanging around her dead body? I know that this breaks all kinds of rules and exceptions to rules used by authors are never fair to readers, but it is just a feeling.
  7. Oh. Thanks. Fixed
  8. Yes. Thank you for the specific”text evidence”
  9. Okay, finally finished OB. I wanted to savor it. . .
  10. Well, we need to consider where the end of all this will go(Cosmere) .. Are the shards going to be reformed into Adonalsium or possibly u a new entity? Is Harmony step one? I think we are going to have to see new shard combinations and thus vessels Odium, Ambition, etc- how does their story end? And of course- what does Hoid want?
  11. Thanks for responding without Oathbringer spoilers. Excited to read it Good to know about the words of Brandon So, what exactly does it take to become a vessel of a shard ala Sazed? Is there criteria.?
  12. To Honor what Sazed is to Harmony? what if having bonded with what is left of the Almighty and then uniting them alll reconstitutes Honor. Was honor hiding this whole time and not really dead? (Hearts of men). What if IHonor knew it would be defeated by Odiom and chose a strategic retreat? What if this was the plan? What if odium is trapped because of something Honor did that was part of the retreat? Taravangian is trying to unite them without honor(his methods and tactics). Dalinar is doing it right. That will matter in the end. Hope that makes sense I am sure this has been brought up before, but needed to write it down Need to go read Oathbringer....