Lesser spren

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  1. Do you think a careful soulcasting could work? You can't soulcast aluminum, but you can soulcast something INTO aluminum.
  2. Theoretically how tactically useful would an aluminum or aleast aluminum plated thunderclast be? Could such a thing even be possible?
  3. GUYS! I found this AMAZING animation by peu on youtube! He's given me permission to share it! Here it is:
  4. I Drew a Chimera from Shadows of self
  5. I accept the WOB. But I have never seen any indictation that Kandra don't have blood, do you have any evidence to that wise?
  6. When does Hemalurgy not require metal touchin the blood?
  7. Unless the "hang" is literal, it's better than any of the other alternatives one might face when they encounter an inquisitor.
  8. I doubt it's as simple as "catch a Shade with an aluminum net, put it in an aluminum box and release when desired" Nicki Savage was able to return the investiture when she touched it, and that was after he shot the "Shade". where as silver simply destroys a Shade Perhaps it could work if you could trap the shade in some other fashion, Maybe a gemstone could work?
  9. Are you implying that Man That Stole the Map imprisioned a Shade in his weapon Danny phantom style? How would someone go about doing that.
  10. If that is the case, and that then the "Pistol" the opponent pointed at her was most likely a form of invested art from somewhere off world. Additionally what would the metal "Kalkis" in the text be? I'm not sure if they are Hemelurgic constructs, as hemalurgy requires blood.
  11. In "The Bands of Mourning" the broad sheet of the book featured a story called "Constructs of antiquity". I, like most people I assume, believed the to be pure entertainment, a fiction within a fiction. That was until I saw this: Why the heck is Hoid in there?! Does that mean the events in here are canon?!
  12. Yes but we do not know if that was the rule or the exception. They do appear to know the origins of humans on roshar better than most societies.
  13. Additionally because of the Shin's isolative tendencies, if we assume they've had such tendencies from before the final desolation, it is plausisble that the Shin were largely unaffected by the loss of knowledge brought on by the desolation, and as such they could have knowledge that was shared to anicent humans by the dawnsingers when the two were allies in the land. For further evidence in ROW Adolin said that they couldn't get grapes to grow out side of Shinovar. If the cause of that failure was not the lack of soil or shelter from the storms, it would indicate the Shin are doing something to help grow there crops.
  14. Knights radiant when Roshar discovers gunpowder: