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  1. The first one is definitely because of the fact that Zeff breaks the watch shortly before Jax teleports. (It's established when Jax is doing early testing with the Boomerang motivator that, before he figured out the teleporting back thing, destroying the device was the only way something could teleport and not melt away. That property still remains true with the final version of the device.) I can't remember the scenes for the other two clearly enough to give a good answer on those, though.
  2. It's not necessarily obscure in that it's particularly hard to trigger, but a rather amusing weakness that I came up with for a character I'm going to use in a fic is someone saying the word "Macbeth".
  3. Moderately battered? It's definitely not as bad as my copy of the first Harry Potter book (which I had to replace due to how much it was falling apart), but then again, you can definitely tell my Sanderson books have been read, and read multiple times at that. (Then there is the variety of color coded tabs I've stuck in my Reckoners books due to wanting to remember details for fic writing and/or cosplay purposes.)
  4. When you look at the sky and do a double take on seeing an unusually bright, reddish object. (It was Mars. I'm a slontze.)
  5. I did that last year. Somebody thought I was a jellyfish.
  6. This is probably kind of a weird opinion even for this thread, but while I will concede that the cosmere books are probably better written, I like reading the Reckoners books more and come back to them way more often for rereads.
  7. YKYASW You're incredibly disappointed Among Us doesn't have a black lab coat option.
  8. When a giant pile of spikes shows up in a dungeon in your DnD campaign, you make a joke about it being a Hemalurgy lab, and one of your fellow players actually predicts that you would make that joke. And to make it better, the friend who pointed that out isn't even a Sanderfan. (I'm trying.)
  9. When you read about the Hexblade Warlock class in DnD, and then really want to make a hexblade based on Nightblood.
  10. When you misread "Autumn" as "Atium".
  11. Not sure about fancasts for other characters, but I personally think that Tom Cavanagh would be a great fit for Prof. His work on The Flash alone shows that he definitely has enough range for the role, and he fits pretty well in terms of appearance.
  12. This may be a slightly weird answer to this question, but while I think Emperor's Soul is probably his best-written book, the one I always come back to for rereads is Steelheart. Part of that is probably because up until very recently, I was very busy with schoolwork and less willing to commit to reading longer and more complicated works, but I think there is also something about it that makes me reread it 6+ times and enjoy it every time.
  13. I typically prefer physical copies of books. They have the advantage of not running out of battery (my e-reader is pretty old and doesn't have a huge battery life), and because for some reason I abandon books way more frequently when I only have an ebook copy. Also, it's kind of a delicate balance for me with audiobooks and podcasts in terms of having just enough to do with my hands so that I don't get distracted by other things in my environment, while not so much that I get distracted by the thing I'm doing while listening. The books I get are a mix of one of the local bookstores near where I go to school and the library, since my book budget isn't huge right now. (Incidentally, I'm pretty sure that if you're near where I live and are having trouble with Firefight and Calamity being available to check out, it's probably my fault since I borrow them frequently to check details for fic projects and stuff like that)
  14. I get that too on my phone, though my phone still autocorrects a lot of Brandon Sanderson related words even when I use them a lot. (No, I am not interested in the Recliners Trilogy)