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  1. Oh I didnt mean that it felt unnatural. I was trying to say that it happened naturally, so I never noticed that there was a shift. When I did, it shocked me
  2. One thing I just noticed was the "shift in scale of their problems" (i dont know how to phrase it right) in Stormlight so far. Basically what i mean is that in WoK and WoR, Sadeas was the threat that every character focused on. Even as the reader, I kept thinking about Dalinar's political plans and how those clashed with Sadeas'. It seemed like the most important conflict occurring in the book. Then, Oathbringer came and the conflict shifted from political strife in a kingdom to a GOD is going destroy the world and all countries must unite to fight it. It made every problem with Sadeas seem so small and stupid. Somehow I went from "Oh man what's Sadeas planning and how can Dalinar counter it?" to "Please go away Ialai. Nobody cares that you object. We've got real problems to deal with." Somehow I never realized that I had made this transition until I reread WoK after OB and kept thinking how trivial Sadeas seemed when compared to the crem we've got to deal with now Edit: How can I delete this? I don't know how this posted twice
  3. One thing I just noticed was the "shift in scale of their problems" (i dont know how to phrase it right) in Stormlight so far. Basically what i mean is that in WoK and WoR, Sadeas was the threat that every character focused on. Even as the reader, I kept thinking about Dalinar's political plans and how those clashed with Sadeas'. It seemed like the most important conflict occurring in the book. Then, Oathbringer came and the conflict shifted from political strife in a kingdom to a GOD is going destroy the world and all countries must unite to fight it. It made every problem with Sadeas seem so small and stupid. Somehow I went from "Oh man what's Sadeas planning and how can Dalinar counter it?" to "Please go away Ialai. Nobody cares that you object. We've got real problems to deal with." Somehow I never realized that I had made this transition until I reread WoK after OB and kept thinking how trivial Sadeas seemed when compared to the crem we've got to deal with now
  4. So you always need the gem in the blade right? Does it have to be infused?
  5. Wait so what was the purpose of the gem in the shardblades again? That conversation in the books always confused me
  6. I like this theory, but in a world where there is no change, how could it be possible for people to group up and cause a change such as killing a god?
  7. Ok I might be crazy, but I feel like there was a wob that confirmed this Edit: Did some light wob hunting, and I think I'm just crazy
  8. I've never liked the theory that eventually someone (maybe Hoid) will get all the Shards and remake Adonalsium. Even though it makes sense and there's a lot of evidence for it, I really hope the story doesnt go in that direction. In my opinion, it seems kind of cliche and obvious, and obvious is not a Sanderson-like quality. I dont really know what I want the ending of the cosmere to be like. As long as no one Splinters Sazed, I'm fine. How do you guys think the Cosmere should end?
  9. Wow that makes a lot of sense. I always thought he did it the way @gloriousGlorfindel said
  10. Well hemalurgy works by ripping off a piece of someone's Spirit Web and grafting it on to someone else's Web. So I dont see why you couldnt retransfer it, but if you keep transferring it, the investiture will eventually become unusable
  11. Yeah it's almost as if Bridge Four had taken over their bodies liked the Fused did
  12. In the newest shardcast they talk about how Honor goes into the Spiritual Realm to watch anime (because time doesn't matter there) and that got me thinking... Honor: "I cannot see the future completely. Cultivation, she is better at it than I." *slams his fists on the table* Honor: "And she keeps threatening to spoil the ending of Bleach for me!"
  13. 289. Before going on an adventure, always learn about the geography and culture of land. Too many people die from getting lost in cursed woods or wandering into cursed woods because they didnt know it was cursed
  14. Always nice to see a fellow Zelda fan in the forums! Have you read any other cosmere books?
  15. What if Hoid has already made soul stamps for himself? It certainly would help with his disguises, and I bet Houd could figure out ways to combine it with his other types of investiture to make even better results.