MONARCH

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  1. One of Moash's best qualities: He'll die one day.
  2. The point is, Kaladin was having major difficulties utilizing the surges while trying to save Lirin's sorry ass. Lirin, on the other hand, had little to no contribution in this book. It seemed that his only use was to be saved by a son who he emotionally abused. Also, Lirin IS A COWARD, for he is not only obsessed with his fragile, unrealistic hope for peace, but that in the entire book, the only one he dared to be harsh to was Kaladin, who, of course would never harm his own father in spite of the latter being a huge jerk. If SA is ever to be adapted as a live action or even an animated series, Lirin will sure as hell get more hate than he is currently receiving.
  3. List of people deserve to meet their ends as chasmfiend dump Lirin Lirin Lirin Lirin Lirin Laral Nale Taravangian Moash Lirin supporters Honorable mentions who cannot receive this fate cause they're dead Amaram Sadeas Pursuer: for being simply boring to read about Roshone Wax's uncle
  4. I ship anyone with Kaladin so long as he/she/it is not Laral.
  5. Szeth did Roshar a great favor in killing Gavilar.
  6. But a lawyer could also twist the meaning of a law, and yes, I know Nale had done comparable stuff in order to hunt down new radiants, but that's really not the case though...the thing is, if said individual tried to manipulate a certain meaning of the law in order to save who himself and the honorspren deem innocent, would the highspren appear to be strongly oppose to this, to the point where the person would lose his/her rank as a Skybreaker?
  7. Although I'm fully aware that Sanderson had mentioned it's theoretically possible for one to join multiple orders.However, the Skybreakers and Windrunners seemed to have a somewhat toxic relationship due to them following different principles, and that aside, we knew from RoW that Nale was once an enemy of Jezrien's, somehow expanding the opposing status of the orders in a symbolic way. Hence, I wonder if a person could be accepted to both orders...like, is it possible to follow one's gut like Kal YET completely abide by law like Szeth?
  8. A handicapped.
  9. Lirin hater +1. Hope this emotional abusive coward end up as a chasmfiend's dump.
  10. Evil or good? Nah, he's just plain pathetic.
  11. I hope he eventually recovers and decides to teach Nale a lesson. A brutal lesson involving honorblades, that is.
  12. No, just no. Never as indulged in Kaladin's so called "character charisma" as some might be, however, even I found that Sanderson acted as if he was deriving pleasure from torturing the character with multiple issues "Well, you've somehow come around with the flaws of the social structure? Guess what? Now you'll have major mental issues to cope with! And adding to that is your father continuously trying to force you into a confinement suitable for his unrealistic morality!" Perhaps Laral's attitude in Oathbringer is understandable (though from a reader's standpoint, I honestly consider it almost unbearable), but seriously...it's just the fourth book, and although the first arc of SA is about to complete, I just do not see the point in having Kaladin going back to Laral, with potentially other choices around. A large chunk of my guts wish she'd just die of old age and sickness while eventually becoming irrelevant to Kaladin, or she could just be swallowed by a chasmfiend. A more savage and whiny version:
  13. Considering how Nale easily defeated Szeth, I wonder how would 4th oath Kaladin fare against the Herald? Other than that, I now wonder if Nale is in fact the most dangerous surgebinder on Roshar atm? By dangerous I'm not regarding to the raw power as a whole, but instead only restricted in the field of melee combat or straight up fight.
  14. I don't know if the question was answered or not,but I'm really curious that whether a surgebinder can abosorb the Mist if he/she somehow worldhops to Scadrial ... Sanderson said that the investitures are basically the same,and that one can ''hack'' in different Cosmere magic systems.So given that the Mist is somehow produced like Stormlight ,I wonder can a surgebinder just takes a deep breath,abosrobs some Mist and stars using his/her abilities ?