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  1. He plans to release more 7 Mistborn books (final Mistborn trilogy will be the last Cosmere work) 6 Stormlight Books 2 Elantris Books, 1 Warbreaker sequel And a Yolen series So it's around 20 books. If he release one every 2 years that might take 40 years. As his currently pace (and is likely going to stay the same for more 10 years) is closer to 2 books every 3 years I think he can release half of those 20 promised books until 2035 The problem is those books only account for 4 worlds and 1 pre shattering worlds. We still having 6 shards that we didn't see in any series, and I think he will end writing more series/trilogies/stand alone books and this can really hurt his promises. I can see him delivering 20 more Cosmere books, but 30... seems quite a high number
  2. His cousin is an Elsecaller, the only know elsecaller in the war
  3. Useless character. You could remove him from the narrative entirely and the story would be the same I'm happy he died, so we won't have to endure him and his stupid hunting journey again next book
  4. I found refreshing to finally learn about Jasnah sexuality, not in the sense to know if she is straight, lesbian or whatever, but to know how she has the same physical urges that affect more mortals like us and how she deal with it Looks like someone who just doesn't really care much about physical stimulation, and choose Hoid based only on his intellectual side. It was interesting however to learn that even if she doesn't care much, she isn't unaware about his physical appearance and seems to appreciate his handsomeness despite of her lack of interest I wanted to see what Hoid think about their interactions, he must be happy to finally found a partner to share some of his plans and secrets, someone he can be himself, a partner for intimacy. Something I always found lacking about his writing is how much he wears his Wit mask, hence I found his way to talk to her really endearing, it's unfortunate we can't see more of them together
  5. She's amazing MVP of this book along with Navani and the Subling
  6. I found their POVs ok, after reading part 1 I was expecting their chapters would be mostly about mental illness when in reality they were mostly about fighting and hiding. It doesn't add any substance to the narrative, as Navani was clearly the central character on Urithiru, with Venli showing other side of the same plot, but Kaladin at least bring in some action scenes that saved Urithiru parts 3 and 4 from lethargy I still think he should had far less POV though. The Pursuer was basically a setup for him to have some battles and Moash role in Urithiru was everything but satisfying, but I'm happy the finally swore this 4th ideal and could progress further
  7. Venli in Kholinar in the night of Gavilar death was incredible. This night still the best event Sanderson elaborated in Stormlight with each book unraveling more and more details and secrets, can't wait for book 5! Contrary to what most people I found those flashbacks more interesting than Kaladin's or Shallan's. It showed more about Listeners culture and organization, and also explained Venli's relationship with Ulim. It was way less meaningful however, as Venli's is not as important ad Kaladin or Shallan were for books 1 and 2 Kaladin's flashback in just worth character study, many people read books for this, but I'm not exactly interested in them. I always skip their flashback when re-reading because IMO it's very clear what his flashback means and don't add much in the general Stormlight plot Shallan's flashback was a bit more intriguing, as she contacted Hoid and her family was closed tied with many organizations, the Ghostbloods, the Skybreakers and her mother herself we still not knowing how she knew about Radiants. But I found her chapters mostly blurry and confusing, after 6 years we are still getting details of her past. Anyway, her flashback is at least worth revisiting after reading recent events
  8. I think this kind of criticism is very valid, what is not honest however is to pretend this light-hearted young novel feel wasn't present in the previous entries of Stormlight series as well
  9. In the past Odium himself provided the Fused new hosts, and Odium's summoning was the only way for them to comeback Now Fused are a bit more unboded, and can return during a Everstorm adopting a sacrificed Singer as new body
  10. Her death in Oathbringer was one the most bitter scenes in the series for me, I had so much expectations on her, I never dealt well with her destiny I cried reading her last flashback chapter. Eshonai is the character who the best represents the humanization of singers, knowing she could fullfill her dream, even if just for a few minutes, was the most satisfying arc conclusion in Stormlight Archive so far. She really deserved it, so much hardness she endured. You did well Eshonai, I hope you find peace
  11. Read the book and you will understand
  12. Up this thread because it deserves more appreciation. Nice work
  13. I was really happy for him, hope to see more about him in next book
  14. POV characters (the ones I can remember): Lawful Good: Dalinar, Kaladin Neutral Good: Navani, Adolin, Eshonai, Rlain, Teft Chaotic Good: Lift, Taln, Lopen, Syl ‐------ Lawful Neutral: Szeth, Rock, Sigzil True Neutral: Jasnah, Renarin (so far), Rsyn, Pattern, Venli (was neutral evil untill last book) Chaotic Neutral: Shallan, Hoid, Ash ------- Lawful Evil: Rayse-Odium (not the vessel himself, but he's subject of the rules of his powers), Moash (as Vyre, originally true neutral) Neutral Evil: Taravangian Chaotic Evil: Lezier We don't have his POV yet but I'm sure Gavilar is Neutral Evil
  15. So we got a confirmation all Heralds turned to swordmasters after 2 thousand and half years of fighting in desolations According to Stormfather Ishar was average in ability, while Talenel was the best no-contest. So, just for fun, make your ranking of Herald's dueling proficiency Here's mine based on the nature of their surges and their likely interests: 1) Talenel 2) Chanarach 3) Jezrien 4) Battar 5) Nale 6) Ishar 7) Vedel 8) Kalak 9) Shalash 10) Pailliah Chanarach is the matron of dustbringers, who are the most war-like order after Stonewards and their ideal is about self mastery. I'm sure she was a warrior even before the desolations and the Oathpact and I actually believed she was the best swordmaster among the Heealds before reading ROW Jezerien comes next, he's a general and a king and Windrunners while mostly scouts are also an war-like order At first I thought Battar would be in the bottom of the lost, but Elsecallers ideals are about becoming the best versions of themselves, hence I think she seek to improve other time for the sake of her own personal intenet Nale also belong to a military order, although not exactly a warrior one so I give him the sixth spot Vedel Abrasion is really useful for combat and Edgedancers are scouts and field surgeons, I'm mostly giving her seventh place because Truthwatchers looks more scholarly and Lightweavers more any artists and spies, meanwhile Willshapers were mostly engineers and builders. To reflect the nature of their Radiants I sorted Heralds alike