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  1. Pretty easily Elsecallers, with Lightweavers an honorable mention. When it comes to everyday utility, literally nothing beats being able to transform stuff. Food? Check. Water? Check. Waste disposal? Check. Raw Materials? Check. Shelter? Check. Who needs farmland when you can just conjure food out of thin air. Then you add teleportation as the cherry on top.
  2. It's the 4th ideal. 5th is "I will trust others to protect those I cannot", or something to that effect.
  3. On a completely unrelated note, the title of this thread reminds me of Dagothwave
  4. I am a Stick
  5. Brandon's not going to include the word "kill" in the title. And since it's Szeth, the W probably stands for wind, though obviously not certain. It's probably going to be Knight of the Wind, or Keeper of the Wind, or something like that. Or maybe it stands for World. Dunno. Though I do like Knot of Woes, but have no idea what that might refer to. Another cool name would be Kname of the Wind, with a silent K. Sounds like a neat book, somebody should write that.
  6. I'm waiting to get my copy of Starsight, so I figured I'd list all my predictions and grade them after I read it. Putting this in the spoiler section so that I can follow up with my grades freely. Like I've said before, Skyward is super similar to Gurren Lagann, so I'm kind of expecting a somewhat similar arc. To people who have seen the anime, this list will look very familiar. With that said, let's go. 1 - The eventual big bad of the series is going to be some sort of "Anti-Cytonic" being. Cytonic powers basically allow for space-time manipulation, so the Anti-Cytonic beings would be a species like the Anti-Spiral who have ascended to a higher dimension. Bonus points if they throw galaxies around like ninja stars. They might be the eyes. 2 - Spensa's major love interest of the series will be an Anti-Cyton that will not survive until the end. Bonus points if the Anti-Cyton has retrograde amnesia, gets mind-controlled to deliver an ultimatum of destruction from the Anti-Cytons, and dies of sudden death and plot convenience. 3 - Doomslug is the hyperdrive. I've said this before, and I still think it's true. Doomslug's going to be the Boota of Skyward. Bonus points if it turns into an anthropomorphized human during the series' final battle. 4 - Rodge dies, Spensa gets depressed for a while. This will happen before meeting the Anti-Cyton love interest from point 2. 5 - The Anti-Cytonics decide that instead of only destroying humans, they'll destroy all lower forms of life so that no more cytonic beings will be able to appear. This forces the evil alien empire to work with humanity. 6 - Mushrooms hold the key. They either provide Cytonic powers or poison the Anti-Cytonics. Though I'm guessing they provide Cytonic powers. 7 - Other members of Skyward Squad start getting their own Cytonic powers, but don't catch up to Spensa. 8 - The series ends with Spensa returning to Detritus to live as a hermit with doomslug. I'll try to remember any other dumb ideas I'm expecting to happen, but I think that covers the basics.
  7. The same way you kill Thanos, you aim for the head
  8. I've answered this question before, but seeing as the format changed and there are new cards, a new banlist, and a completely new mechanic in Link Monsters, I figure that I should update it. I think that the first priority for any player has to be negating Odium's Field Spell, Everstorm. That card is insanely busted and allows him to infinitely recover his destroyed Fused monsters while providing investiture for effects. Set Rotation is a hard counter that will completely prevent him from activating a field spell, but since it's limited to 1 and not searchable, it's not reliable. Same goes for Imperial Order. I think that both triple Ghost Ogre & Snow Rabbit and Ash Blossom & Joyous Spring are necessary to either negate or destroy Everstorm, especially if Odium moves first. If you can't stop him from spamming the field, Nibiru, the Primal Being can wipe his board in an instant. And since it doesn't destroy, Odium won't be able to recover those fused. Evenly Matched can also do this, but is much riskier. Ultimately though, I think that the best way to beat Odium is to abuse the mirror match. Ghost Reaper & Winter Cherries can snipe crucial play extenders from his extra deck, and Super Polymerization is spell speed 4 mass removal that can give you a beatstick. I think that an anti-meta control deck focused around a Sky Striker or Thunder Dragon engine would provide enough firepower and resource recursion to simply grind him out.
  9. He's just standing there, MENACINGLY
  10. This is why you're not a Willshaper
  11. Willshapers are all about adventure and traveling. Clearly they earn their oaths by memorizing and singing the Pokemon theme song
  12. I've already said this, but Lirin's going to die for Kaladin to swear the 4th oath.
  13. I always thought it was the 5 pieces of Exodia
  14. Lirin's the (first) one who kept telling Kaladin that he couldn't save everyone. Lirin's going to finally get that message through Kaladin's thick skull, leading to Kaladin swearing the 4th ideal and getting everyone else to safety.
  15. Holy crap. I'll bet an emerald broam that Kaladin's going to swear the 4th ideal and leave Lirin to die in order to get Oroden out of there.