Sandra

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  1. Yeah, life got inbetween and I just realized there were some replies, so sorry, not sorry.
  2. Nice, thanks
  3. The blurbs on the back of the books are supposed to be from the sleepless. So they could mean that all of Roshar might be destroyed. Who knows? Would be quite thrilling (ha!) and I wouldn't put it past Brandon.
  4. Love the "smiling" ones
  5. Looking at this drawing closely for maybe the first time, do you also notice the black/Grey symbol writing in the sea next to each country? Can anyone recognize what this is?
  6. @Quantus nice profile pic
  7. Elsecallers call things from somewhere else (Shadesmar; Soulcasting)
  8. The WoB was edited: #1 Jan. 5, 2019 Share Copy Phantine Is this hemalurgy table also a speculative in-universe document (like how the RPG had atium spikes only stealing temporal, because that's what the steelies believed)? Peter Ahlstrom It is an in-world chart according to the knowledge of some people at a certain stage in the history of Scadrial. [Edit: not Roshar, sorry. Also it’s not Khriss.]
  9. Yes At first I expected the mushrooms to be a quick joke, but knowing that it's Brandon AND considering that it's so persistent, I now think there may be more behind it.
  10. For me it's also Elhokar. I expect several more of the Heralds to die, so not really surprised there.
  11. Besides the point above, starting a war is pretty quick...
  12. Brandon always said that Bondsmiths are special. And Dalinar is even more special, because the Stormfather has remnants of Honor. Maybe it was an ideal, maybe it has something to do with reforging Honor. Anyway, it's a very interesting scene.
  13. Look at those mushrooms at the front... very realistic
  14. Jorgen's father is called Algernon, maybe that name's based on the scifi short story Flowers for Algernon.