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    Planet Terra, possibly on the surface
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    Fantasy books, comics, cartoons, movies, some video games, Sherlock Holmes mysteries, particular music genres, and anything that Brandon Sanderson has written.

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  1. Wanna know how I got these goats?
  2. I've wondered about this for some time. Breaths and the right heightening can create a close copy of a shardblade. So what about a piece of lerasium, or at least something close to its effects? A 9th heightened awakener, the right type of metal, and a command with the right mental concept. Something like: "Preserve me using metal". It might not give access to all Allomantic metals, but instead a certain selection of them. Just a thought.
  3. 1. Feruchemy. Most practical for fighting, traveling, and using other magic systems. 2. Mistborn. Arguably the best warrior based magic in the Cosmere. 3. Awakener. The magic system with the most versatility. 4. Knight Radiant. A super knight whose job it is to help people? Yes please! 5. Elantrian. An extremely flexible magic that has a lot of unexplored potential. If I could pick and choose my magic: Fullborn.
  4. I'm going to say Oathbringer. Hero of Ages is a very close second. But I choose Oathbringer because it was EPIC. The first two books of Stormlight Archive had already established that Roshar was an enormous world with so much to explore and discover. But OB exploded with world building that made Roshar a even bigger planet. The Unmade, Urithiru, the Fused, several new cities, Aimia's implications, worldhoppers everywhere, Shadesmar field trip, and more. The characters have never felt more real to me, and there are several moments that still get my blood pumping when I read them. I love this book and can't wait to find out what happens on Roshar next.
  5. Hello 17th shard. I was recently looking at the Coppermind's listing of the Metallic arts and noticed a pattern about Hemalurgy. All metals that belong on the periodic table( iron, tin, copper, etc.) only steal human traits: strength, senses, mental fortitude. Only alloys seem to steal Allomancy and Feruchemy. However, on the Coppermind's list of what each metal steals it has gold and aluminum, two periodic table elements, stealing Feruchemical and Allomantic powers. Now gold is only listed like this because of the Mistborn Adventure Game, on the actual wiki page of gold it is listed as unknown. But aluminum is listed in the Ars Arcanum of Hero of Ages as stealing Allomantic Enhancement powers. This breaks the apparent pattern of the metals. Is this an intentional divergences or is it like when brass and electrum's Feruchemical powers were mistakenly switched? Thanks.
  6. Storms, this is amazing! I kept hoping that there would be art that captured this scenes epicness. But this ran past my expectations and into Shallan levels of art. Wow, just wow.
  7. There are three men in the hospital whose wives are giving birth. A nurse comes out and says to the first man, "Congratulations, you have twins." The man says, "That's odd, I actually work for the Minnesota Twins." A second nurse arrives and says to the next man, "Congratulations, you have triplets." The man says, "Fascinating, I happen to work for the 3m company." The third man, after hearing the other two, begins to walk out with a look of panic. The nurse calls after him asking, "Sir, where are you going? Don't you want to hear about your wife's delivery? He replies, "I work for 7Up."
  8. Thank you.
  9. Hello everyone. I was wondering if anyone knows the meaning of Threnody's planet symbol shown in Arcanum Unbounded. I think it's really cool but I don't know what it means, if it even means anything at all. So I thought I would ask all of you. Thank you.
  10. Rule 87. There are several species of animals to avoid in a fantasy world at all cost. 1. Wolves. These are the absolute worst animals to run into in a fantasy, especially in the woods. They can be cunning and usually travel in packs. Nine times out of ten these creatures are servants of evil. If one comes across a wolf pack the proper response is to run in the opposite direction as fast as possible or if it is just one, kill it without hesitation. 2. Snakes. These animals are extremely famous for being the bad guy in fantasy. In fact, anything with scales should be under constant watch by you or your group. 3. Spiders. There are a few cases where spiders have been helpful to the hero, but most of the time, dealings with these creatures ends up with the protagonist tried up in their webs.
  11. The Sisters Grimm by Michael Buckley. This book series is middle grade reading level, but I still really enjoy it.
  12. 75. Learn sword play. There's a good chance that you will be attacked by some monster and a sword will probably be the only available weapon in many situations. 76. Never accept a drink from another person. If it's someone you don't know, the drink has been poisoned. If it's someone you know, there is a good chance that they either are a traitor, are a bad guy under an illusion of a good guy, or they are unknowingly giving you a poisoned drink. Keep a personal water jug and never have someone else fill it for you.
  13. I like this. I hope you will be explaining why Hugo turned to the dark arts. Other then that, I think these were all really well done.
  14. Rule 51. Make an animal friend. Preferably one that can kill your enemies. A hamster is not the best idea for a guard animal, unless that hamster has reality altering powers and looks adorable while laying waste to your enemies. In that case, make that hamster your friends at any cost. A more practical animal is a dog/wolf, big cat, etc. WARNING: there is a 90% chance that this animal friend will die by the end of your quest, most likely by sacrificing themselves for you. To avoid this, lock it in a concrete room (leaving food and water), place several boulders in front of the door, place guards who own their lives to you in front of the room to keep your pet in, and only after that are you allowed to go on the final part of the quest. This might seem harsh but this will significantly decrease the chances of your pet following you into danger.
  15. I really enjoy Blimey Cow, they have great social commentary mixed with comedy. The Nostalgia Critic is great when I want to lighten my mood. Others would be, The Dom, Game Theorist, Cinemawins (not to be confused with Cinemasins), and The Blue Shifting.