Lidolas

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  1. Harmony, maybe? Depending on how their other correspondence went.
  2. Do Axehounds count? https://coppermind.net/wiki/Scrak https://coppermind.net/wiki/Sakisa
  3. I had to fix that But I agree. It seems most people notice something different about the sword. And they only have two real categories. Sword or Shardblade.
  4. The black sphere is the excrement of a Nibblonian. https://theinfosphere.org/Dark_matter
  5. This was going to be my point. The Lopen has never perceived himself as 'missing' an arm. I imagine that if Rysn hadn't been so defeated with her disability, she might have been able to be healed to. I like to think that she'll still take the ship her Babsk gave her, go on an adventure, discover herself, become a willshaper and be healed.
  6. We know there are whole pantheons in which every member is Bavadin, or rather, an avatar of her.
  7. You specifically said the First Oath. That has nothing to do with physical form of the spren. That comes with later oaths. Life before death. It is easier to die than to live. Radiants need to choose to live (Not commit suicide by poison or jumping into chasms) Strength before weakness. Those who are strong need to serve those who are weak. There are a lot of interpretations of the first oath. All I'm trying to point out is that I don't see that it prohibits a pacifist from swearing it. They may struggle with future oaths, depending on their order, but if it was clear before, Oathbringer showed us that there were Knights that don't progress through all five levels.
  8. Life before death. Strength before weakness. Journey before destination. I don't see anything about combat. It can be inferred, true. But it doesn't have to be.
  9. Looking on the inside to see how things work??? Sounds a lot like a surgeon to me.
  10. Count me in on the Rlain as Bondsmith wagon! He seems perfectly placed to do some uniting.
  11. That's a great theory! He's seems so different from Malata, it would be interesting to see the clash between the two.
  12. He's also really good at stealing or "trading". Maybe his resonance is having an innate sense of knowing when people aren't looking or distracted enough to make a swap.
  13. The way men describe using Saidin makes me think of Tightrope from The Greatest Showman.
  14. I agree that something isn't adding up. I don't see the 'we were the original invaders' reveal to be that upsetting. Out of all of Mr. T's leaks to the coalition that seemed to be the least worrisome. I'm a US citizen, with some ancestors that come over on the Mayflower. While I have felt sympathy for the suffering of the natives of this land, I have never felt any guilt over my lot in life. I have a hard time wrapping my head around the psychology presented in Oathbringer. I know there's more to it with the destruction of Ashyn and such, but it still seems weak to me.
  15. I can't remember which book or who said it, but wasn't it mentioned that when the war first started humans were harvesting the Parshendi gemhearts after battles?