Aon Ati

  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

100 House Lord

1 Follower

About Aon Ati

Profile Information

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

Recent Profile Visitors

2,290 profile views
  1. Book 3 of The Ranger's Apprentice, The Icebound Land. The main character Will is tricked into eating a drug that places him in a zombie like state that will do whatever his slave masters order and only wants more of the drug. I read this in my early teens and had to wait a day before continuing because of how it disturbed me. I still get shivers thinking about that part of the story.
  2. These are two of the most powerful swords I have found in fiction, and I can't decide which is more powerful. Nightblood will destroy almost anything it touches (excluding aluminum), and with each bit of investiture that is consumed the sword grows more powerful; to the point where even Shards are taking notice of it. Dragnipur entraps the soul in an endless prison that can hold gods. However the prison is not inescapable and I don't know if there are entities that the sword cannot entrap. So those are the contenders. I personally think Dragnipur is more powerful then Nightblood when they each appear in their respective series for the first time, but Nightblood will eventually outrank Dragnipur as the Cosmere goes on.
  3. This isn't a huge crazy theory, but I believe that the inhabitants of Aima are the most important group of people on Roshar. I believe that they are more important then humans, Singers, spren, Unmade, Ghostbloods, or Shards. My belief of their importance comes from the fact that every back cover of a Stormlight book has been written by an Aimian, their island was important enough that an Unmade scoured it, and finally, whatever was on that island is so dangerous that not even a dying individual can be told. A sub theory I have is that the Dawnshards are located there.
  4. I really like Harmony. Mostly for who holds the Shard, but also because we get to see how an individual changes when they hold a Shard for a long time.
  5. 344. Never relax in a perceived utopia or trust anyone living in one. Fantasy utopias are always upheld by some form of corruption or evil in the people and/or the government; such as killing the undesirables, promoting one group of people and leaving the others in poverty, or hiding the outside world from the public and willing to silence anyone who brings worrying news. The best course of action to take is to find a group of people who are rebelling against this society, cautiously join them, as they may also be corrupt in some fashion, and gather as much information as possible. Once you have the information, get out of the utopia, either through extremely stealthy means or causing a rebellion to occur. What ever is required, get out and run for the hills.
  6. I was recently looking at the Coppermind page on Dakhor and read how the Monk's bones are close to indestructible. This is most likely because of how much the bones are Invested. So I was wondering as to how Invested. What would happen if a Shardblade made contact with a Dakhor monk's body? Is there enough Investiture to repel the blade? I personally think that it would encounter more resistance than usual, but would be able to pass through. But that is just my theory. I'm curious as to what others think.
  7. I've done a couple of these before but never could think of a really good twinborn type until recently. I would want AL. Iron and FE. Gold. I could drag tons of stuff towards myself, throw my body at thing/people (hard), and lack metal weapons back at me. And I could do this without fear of permanently hurting myself.
  8. Wanna know how I got these goats?
  9. 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.
  10. 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.
  11. 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.
  12. 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.
  13. 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.
  14. 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."
  15. Thank you.