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  1. 1. A novella from the Lord Ruler’s POV. 2. The full book “Oathbringer: my glory and my shame” 3. A novella of Marsh’s infiltration of the ministry. 4. A novella where Lift meets Wayne. 5. The full book “The Way of Kings” 6. The novella Sanderson actually did write about Jasnah in shadesmare.
  2. Not from Dominaria, but still. Also, from the Emporor’s Soul.
  3. You may not remember this, but the Skybreakers actually name their oaths. The Second Ideal is called the oath of Justice. The Third is the oath of dedication. The Fourth is the oath of Crusade. The Fifth is the oath of Law. See the Copermind: https://coppermind.net/wiki/ And Oathbringer Chapter 90 Moash is dedicated, and has his own sense of justice, so I see no problem with this theory. Also, Justice has nothing to do with the Oath of Justice?
  4. I believe that what a person views as Justice can differ from person to person, Moash wants Justice on Elhokar for murdering his grandparents; yes what he believes is twisted, but I think that one highspren “might” see what Vyre does in a different light than another highspren. Multiple people can have different interpretations of the Law, and Sanderson likes to show different views on the same subject. See, Moash does want justice in his own twisted way. “One form.” There are multiple kinds of justice, Kaladin chose his, and Moash chose his, I think Highspren might just have different ideas of justice.
  5. Ok, so my theory is that Vyre will become a Radiant of the Order of Skybreakers. In terms of Evidence to back this up, we have the fact that Vyre is very focused on Vengeance, and for bringing Justice to Elhokar for past crimes. We Have the fact that when Kaladin was going to kill Amaram, Syl told him that he wasn’t a Skybreaker so he shouldn’t, however Vyre DID decide to kill Elhokar. We have the fact that both Vyre and Nale came to the decision that the parshmen are the rightful rulers of Roshar, so Nale is set up perfectly to mentor Vyre. Also, we have information in the Epigraphs that the Skybreakers and the Windrunners are always at odds, so adding this extra layer to the Kaladin/Vyre confrontation will be quite interesting. Finally, Vyre is being set up as the new Assasin in White, so if he also became a Skybreaker it would make sense. So what do you guys think? Is Vyre some other Order of Radiant?
  6. If only this was black. http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?name=Worldslayer
  7. Plus, their is this quote I only just found.
  8. Makes sense.
  9. But she should still be able to SEE him, right?
  10. Like I said above, what about the scene right after Kelsier gets out of the Well, and sits right beside Vin at the funeral.
  11. I understand, I was thinking mainly about the part where he first gets out of the Well and sits right beside her at the funeral.
  12. I understand all of this, my question is about this quote... Vin had both through the entire trilogy, so why did she not see Kelsier when spook did?
  13. Did you read Secret History?
  14. No, it was just a random inquisitor spike; that Spook used unaware of what it would do.
  15. Ok, so I was reading Secret History and I realized that Vin had on a hemalurgic spike (her earring), and was technically “broken” throughout the book, so why did she not see Kelsier like Spook did? Is this just a rare plot-hole, or is there actually a reason?