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  1. Would anyone be interested in playing this again?
  2. For what it's worth, here's the WoB. There's also this from Peter that looks like it's a response to the same discussion that prompted that question to Brandon.
  3. I had to take a long break from Oathbringer toward the beginning of this part, which is why it took me as long as it did to finish it. But I did finish it, and I thought I'd try to post here before moving on to part 5. This part was slow, despite being the shortest so far in this book. I'm not sure how much of that is because I took so long to read it and how much of it is the pacing in the part itself. While it was cool to see Shadesmar, I feel like more time was spent there traveling than needed to be. I think I would rather have been introduced to Shadesmar in an interlude or in a novella like Edgedancer. With characters in so many different places, it felt like we were jumping around a lot, especially when chapters ended on cliffhangers that made me want to know what would happen next with those characters but were followed by a viewpoint change to elsewhere. The chapters with Szeth felt more like what's been in interludes in the past than what's usually in the main parts of the books. And during the Dalinar flashbacks I kind of wanted to just get ahead to where he goes to the Nightwatcher. Overall, this part felt like setup for the final part. There were definitely great moments, but it just didn't draw me in that much.
  4. As Weltall said, Breath isn't usually used up in normal awakening. However, Brandon has said that if the Breath is left in the object for too long one of them vanishes. That seems to only take place over long time scales though, not over the amount of time of most Awakenings seen in the book. Also, as Weltall said, non-Nalthians do not have Breath. However, that doesn't mean they are Drabs. A Nalthian with a single Breath does have slightly more investiture than a normal non-Nalthian, but the amount in a Breath is more than that little bit so a Drab Nalthian has less investiture than a normal non-Nalthian.
  5. Vasher is the assassin. Stormwardens is the final blue agent. (You only had 8 blue agents to find since your team was second.) Congrats to the blue team for winning without making a single mistake! Good game everyone.
  6. Ien (Raoden's Seon) is a red agent. However, The Thrill is an innocent bystander. @Herowannabe It's the blue team's turn.
  7. @Rebecca @Scion of the Mists @Darkness_ Splinter: 2 Link to spreadsheet
  8. Oops. Here's the correct countdown: Anyway, Wyrn and The Jeskeri Mysteries are both red agents. You have one more guess if you want to use it, or you can pass if you're done.
  9. @Rebecca @Scion of the Mists @Darkness_ Hrovell: 2 Link to spreadsheet
  10. @Rebecca @Scion of the Mists @Darkness_ Renarin: 4
  11. @Rebecca @Scion of the Mists @Darkness_ Atium: 2
  12. I’m in for the next round. I’d be willing to be a Spymaster.
  13. Yeah, I'll guess it now. Lifeless Agreed. I'm done guessing for this turn.
  14. Sounds good to me. I'll guess. Re-Shephir Spren Honor
  15. Re-Shephir seems like the obvious choice. Spren could be the other one, since the Unmade can be considered spren. I still think Honor for the Stormlight clue, since we still have one more to guess for that. It does make sense since people generally think of Stormlight as coming from Honor, even if that might not be completely accurate. It makes more sense than the other options to me, at least.