Jruesch2

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  1. Granted, but they aren't narrating anything. (BTW, I did quit my job and have another one lined up for me. I'll prove the Nightwatcher wrong!). I wish college was as easy as kindergarten.
  2. Granted, but you're alone on a random planet made completely out of feruchemical metals in our universe (so the magic wouldn't work anyway). I wish I could quit my job.
  3. To elaborate, it would be like Preservation—Leras—in the first place: Since he died slowly, his power was still whole when Kelsier took it up. With a Shard like Honor, who was Splintered, his powers were split into smaller pieces. Another question would be if Harmony were to be Splintered, would he separate into the two original Shards or would he turn into Spren (for lack of a better word)? I think the next part of my answer also answers this: If he were simply to die, he would drop Harmony because they are now one power and Harmony is only one Shard. Therefore, if he were Splintered, he would probably turn into "Spren," though they may be more powerful than other "Spren" (I can't be sure because Brandon's whole explanation of all the Shards being parts of infinity doesn't make any sense). I hope this made sense.
  4. https://www.coppermind.net/wiki/Cultivation. The last paragraph on Influence. Though that's not a confirmation, it's speculation. Edit: Whoops. Didn't realize there was a second page.
  5. Is that how it works? I seem to remember Szeth thinking in the books that the Knights Radiant could hold Stormlight perfectly. Also, the way to test which is more efficient would be to see which orders that have the same abilities use the Stormlight more quickly than others, e.g., Windrunners and Skybreakers; Lightweavers and Elsecallers.
  6. Granted, but all of your attempts to bring down the crime rings and government programs will have absolutely no effect. I wish that I could never be tired again.
  7. Odium is actually a word in English with Latin roots. It literally means hatred.
  8. That makes sense. Thanks for the explanation.
  9. Just some science; people with blue eyes actually have no pigment in their eyes. It's the way the irises reflect the light that makes them appear blue. If the Alethi understood this science, who knows how they would classify those with blue eyes.
  10. I was just confused because on the chart in the book, it does not show them together. All of the other ones on any list you find lists them differently than the other ones. For example: All of the metals that are counterparts are listed next to each other on the sides. All of the enhancement metal counterparts are underneath each other. It's confusing.
  11. It wouldn't quite be the same principle, as chromium and aluminum aren't counterparts (internal vs. external), rather duralumin is aluminum's counterpart, and nicrosil is chromium's counterpart. So they would definitely have different effects.
  12. I think you added a C.
  13. Yes, I have checked out Arcanum. It does exactly what you said it does, and for that reason, I can't get on it too often, so I'm not completely informed.