PallonianFire

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  1. Yeah, after that new WoB, I'm 99.9% certain that Autonomy has indeed left Taldain and is going around creating splinters/avatars and taking over places. And as for Mistborn Era 2:
  2. Got it, sorry!
  3. Ah, great to know. Thanks!
  4. So yesterday, the Oathbringer release event had two WoBs posted. Now, it says there are 75...but when I load the page, it's empty. Anyone else getting this? Screenshot attached...
  5. I have never heard someone use that turn of phrase before. "In vision?" Nah, doesn't fit. The full quote from chapter 1: If it hit Azir and Thaylenah at this point, it's already rounded the world once. Why would they assume it wouldn't round the world again, when they've never had a storm do that before? It's already unprecedented.
  6. Ehhh, vision isn't a location. It's an experience. And for the kingdoms, it strikes me as very strange that the direction of them is highlighted, when it's irrelevant/out of place from the origin of the storm. Especially when their experience with highstorms indicates that they don't circle the world at all, but rather die before crossing the whole continent.
  7. Pg. 1138, Renarin says: Should probably be "I saw it in my vision!" or "I saw it in a vision!" Additionally, in chapter 1, Dalinar thinks about how "Monarchs in places like Azir and Thaylenah" mentioned the Everstorm but didn't admit that it would come again...but the Everstorm started east of those, and clearly rounded the world already to get to them. Doesn't really make sense there...
  8. Not a problem! I'm just glad I have a theory-ally haha. The whole thread does have some great points, but I think certain aspects of what's going on with Scadrial point to Autonomy leaving Taldain. EDIT: I actually posted this originally in the Cosmere: Theories group we have going on Facebook, but that was even before AU came out and we knew more about Bavadin.
  9. Wow, this entire thread is awesome! I'm the one who got the WoB that started it off, and I asked it precisely because I've been building this exact theory for a while, but just hadn't gotten all the pieces to satisfy myself. I'm still thoroughly convinced that Trell is Autonomy, and is trying to Invest in Scadrial (hence the presence of trellium).
  10. It's also pretty clear that Cultivation is still on Roshar because Hoid talks about her in WoR, saying that there's only one woman on Roshar who's his age, and that they never got along. He's talking to non-Cosmere-aware characters, so he doesn't say Cultivation outright, but that's clearly whom he's talking about.
  11. Hmmm, no, it was more recent. I've seen those other two before. It was definitely talking about the possibilities being in the hundreds. Unless I just had an extremely vivid dream in the past month and made this up...
  12. Looking for a WoB re: the number of possible metals there are. I seem to recall this coming recently, but can't find on theoryland and my reddit-fu is extremely lacking. I want to say Brandon talks about the possibilities being in the hundreds, due to all the god metals coming into play with alloys and alloys combining between god metals.
  13. Whoa. Huh. I mean, Darkside has more advanced tech, but...this seems like a stretch. And this is waaaaay before Scadrial would be getting to Era 2. Super weird.
  14. Hard disagree. I asked that question, and he understood the context. He absolutely meant that healing the cracks in Kaladin's Spirit Web that allow for the Nahel bond would be healing his depression—and I never mentioned depression. My entire interaction with him was based around Shards healing the cracks that allow Investiture in, and he immediately brought up Kaladin's depression and couched it in the context of his wife's mental illness.
  15. Given the context (I asked if Shards could heal the cracks without mentioning mental disability and Brandon immediately started talking about mental disability), I'd say that's a pretty strong indicator that that's what the cracks are in Kaladin's case.