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  1. Theres a bad stigma in Rosharan society against Releasers and I dont want us to share that stigma, so I would like to see Lirin become a Releaser so that not only could they show the world a good Releaser, but also one who avoids violence. And I could see him using division to remove dead/infected flesh seeing as how hes a surgeon and aahspren like to look inside things. Plus it would match what all the Hearthstone folk said about him doing surgery was "unnatural"
  2. Alright I changed it a little bit
  3. I hope cursing is allowed Kaladin: We need you to take us to Thaylen so I can save Dalinar Captain Ico: I refuse! I have to bring Syl to the capital Kal: Dalinar is a Bondsmith and he bonded to the Stormfather Ico:
  4. Normally I'm a pretty nice guy, but if we're sharing popcorn, and I see you eat some before the movie starts....well you better be ready to face my rage
  5. Thanos wears his gauntlet on his left hand because he's secretly a devout Vorin woman and just wants to keep it covered. That's why he never takes it off
  6. THANK YOU! That's been bothering me all day!
  7. I dont know which forum is best for this, but there's a quote in my head that I can't remeber where I heard it, so I was hoping one of you guys know it. I think it was from one Brandon's books. It's something along the lines of: "You stand atop a single sheet of paper and remark at how much farther you can see than us." Or: "You look down on us from a single sheet of paper" It had something to do with standing on paper and thinking your better than everyone else
  8. When I learned that Odium's vessel's name was Rayse, I tried to imagine what he looked like in my head, someone full of hate and anger. What I ended up with was an evil looking Kaladin. I thought this this while I was reading WoK for the first time, and he was really hateful then, so that's probably what influenced me like that. But it got me thinking: what if Kaladin picks up Odium's shard? Now that I've read the series a couple times, I realize that Kaladin feels more depression than hatred, so it's not likely, but I'm still holding out
  9. Stormlight was my first Sanderson series and I didnt know about the Cosmere. So when I saw Hoid as Wit, I knew something was strange about him. My theory was that he was actually from Earth and that's how he knew about non Rosharsn things like bunny rabbits. Turns out I wasnt completely wrong. When I was first reading WoR and Kaladin was in jail after the 4v2 duel, I thought that deep down Amaram was a good person and would admit his crimes out of guilt, and maybe Kaladin would forgive him and they'd reform the Knights Radiants together. Boy was I wrong
  10. Oh Stormfather, what have you done? Roshar will shake when Jasnah learns about Hemalurgy.
  11. That's true. I guess I didnt consider enough about how much power there is in choosing which highprince gets which position. You could grant power to the ones most loyal to you to pin down the those who arent as loyal. That's a good observation. Ishar is known as the Herald of Luck. I wonder what that correlates to in government?
  12. I've been thinking about this for a while. In ancient times, each highprince had a specialization and authority over a certain field. This was to make sure they work together. We know 4 of those fields (Information, Commerce, War, and Works), but each one has a surprisingly large amount of power. Information has control of the justice system and investigations, Commerce has control all merchants and trade routes, War has complete military authority, and Works has control of infrastructure, civil services, and potentially stormlight management. With all this power given to just 4 highprinces, and with 6 more we don't even know about, it got me thinking: what is there left for the king? We know Gavilar was a powerful king, but that's probably because he didn't give specializations to any of the highprinces. The only authorities I could think of for the knight would be assigning these specializations and declaring war on nation and then handing military power to the Highprince of War. So maybe the position of King is simply a puppet position used to give the people a symbol of unity while the highprinces continue to be kings of their own princedoms without anyone above them.
  13. Oh that's dark. Oh that's even more dark! I didnt come here to hear about parents being left behind and be sad. My mind is blanking. Who is our second favorite herdazian?
  14. Dalinar is called the Blackthorn because in the first flashback, Teleb hit home with 2 black arrows, and Dalinar left them in him. It looked like he had 2 black thorns in him