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  1. My name is Angry Mistspren, and I have always been just slightly dissatisfied with the ten orders that Lord Sanderson created for his Stormlight Archives Series. Not to shame Sanderson, but sometimes I wish that I could make my own order of Radiant. That’s likely why I made this thread, in order to share my ideas and also role play as these new orders. To be clear, I intended this to be an Alternate Universe of SA, where the orders are replaced by new ones. Also, I will only be imagining one myself, to leave this open for anyone who wants to join. In honesty, this may not go anywhere, and that will be fine. I just want to tell a story.
  2. Name: Ihishia Age: 29 Rosharian Years Nationality: Darkeyed Alethi of the Second Nahn Appearance: A petite Alethi woman with dark yellowish eyes, and reddish-brown hair. Ihishia has a few dark scars over her body, and another large scar over her stomach. Skills: Ihishia is skilled at communication, and is generally able to convince people of her trustworthiness. Her skills in writing and reading are also semi-advanced. Finally, Ihishia is able of body, and relatively good with a sword. Abilities/Powers: Ihishia is a second ideal Dustbringer. Backstory: Ihishia was born to a family of merchants in the city of Rashir, within the Sebariel Princedom. Her family trained her to follow in their path, and she proved herself skilled as she and her father traveled to Kholinar in order to peddle their wares. On the trip to the capital city, Ihishia started having seizures, which worried her father enough to believe that she had a Voidbringer possessing her. Once the pair reached Kholinar, Ihishia’s father was worried enough to contact the Vorin Church establishment, and Ihishia was taken away for an exorcism. This scarred the young girl so much that she developed a hatred for the church, and thusly bonded her Ashspren, Nevai, on their shared passion. After her captivity with the church, which happened for years, with much torture, Ihishia was finally declared as “cured” and she migrated towards the Shattered Plains, in order to become a merchant. After the battle of Stormseat, Ihishia moved to Urithru and began to learn about her Radiant nature, but shied away from such things at first. Finally, Ihishia confronted herself at the Battle of Thaylen Field, and swore her second oath.
  3. I ate a cookie in my first day here. I also gave my breath away five minutes later. Trust me, it isn’t always safe to take someone at face value here.
  4. If you were a member of any order of radiant, which one would you pick?
  5. Do NOT take any cookies, they are spiked Welcome to the forum! Also, if you were in any order of Radiant, which one would you be in?
  6. Alright! Cool. I’m going to leave a link to the other thread, for story. page
  7. Yeah, there are four left, and one of those four has been claimed. One can only request that you please don’t make another evil order, because I think we already have four of those. Otherwise, have fun!
  8. Also, the Reckoners series is NOT in the interconnected universe, and PLEASE DON’T TAKE ANY COOKIES
  9. That was some of the most fun I’ve ever had online.
  10. It was about three minutes before a Team briefing when Isri frantically burst into the room that everyone occupied. She looked ruffled and was carrying a large satchel that carried writing supplies, praying that she wouldn’t be late again. Especially when she given such an important role for such an unruly Radiant, one who had already accidentally shamed her order before. Still, even though many looked upon her with exasperation, some even looked at her with exasperated fondness. Isri and Fidelity were charming at points, though they weren’t meant for everybody. Anyways, Isri sheepishly shuffled toward the seat where she would write down the proceedings of the meeting. She attempted to sit primly, and started writing about the relationships she saw between everybody. That was her specialty. Whilst other Starseekers saw the information someone held, or importance that they held themselves with, Isri saw the people themselves, and the connections between them. Isri saw this point of view as a gift, but she knew that her supervisors would see it as a distraction. That still didn’t faze Isri, even though she took it too far when she wasn’t paying attention to herself, like she was doing at the briefing. Fidelity bobbed up beside her human, and started whispering in her ear. “I know what you’re thinking, and I want to do it too, but we can’t treat these people like our own characters.” Isri casually waved her friend off, and turned towards the captain, watching as she started the real stuff, and told the actually important radiants about what they were doing. Isri, aside from just doing the minutes, was going to tag along with everyone, learning as much as she could. This would normally be the lesson of a first, or second ideal, but Isri wa sa strange case. Still, that didn’t make Isri less excited for the mission, especially as she was working with potentially fascinating people. One of her teammates was even a Worldshaper, which was extremely rare to see. With a slight giggle, Isri got down to work, and she knew that she was probably going to have fun. (I’m sorry if it sucks, I have strep and I’m kinda disoriented)
  11. Isri grinned as the Spren beside her started glowing and whirling at the absorption of Stormlight. She continued pulling aside some of the rubbish and debris that littered the bar. Beside her, Fidelity started dancing around the room, twisting in excitement, because she knew that Isri loved what she was doing. Before the two were found by the Radiants, Isri and Fidelity had spent their time doing this. The Radiant War had destroyed thousands of locations like this, and Isri found them fascinating, especially visiting the places that had otherwise been forgotten. She had never had this opportunity after she had sworn her oaths, but she was now in trouble with the other Starseekers. Honestly, Isri didn’t think that they cared about her anymore. Anyways, this was where Isri belonged anyway, alone with Fidelity and their thoughts.
  12. Cool! By the way, I was really bored last night, so I tried drawing out a concept of my Spren. I’m going to attach it here.
  13. Of course! I’m really okay with anything.
  14. Okay, I’m going to lay out a character sheet so that we can start soon. Also, regular RP rules apply. No godmodding. Alright! I have no idea if I missed anything, but I’m kind of proud of this.
  15. I’d definitely approve of that! It sounds really fun
  16. Alright! I think that I’m finished, so I’m going to post this Hope this is OK
  17. Welcome to the Shard! Which is your favorite order of Radiant, and how much do you hate Moash?
  18. Thanks! May I ask if you have a specific character starting this journey, or what?
  19. Hey! I was simply wondering if I could use the Transportation Surge in my order, as well as maybe borrowing one of your unique ones Dapper. Sorry, it was just that I had a similar idea for one of my surges, and every order shares it’s surge with another. If that isn’t okay than alright! I do have quite a few ideas
  20. Yeah, I have some ideas kicking around in my head, but I don’t really know.
  21. Which order of Radiant are you in, and which of the three investitures on Scadrial is your favorite? Also, THE COOKIES ARE SPIKED DO NOT EAT THEM
  22. Slytherin! However, anyone notice that at the moment of writing there are no Gryffindor?
  23. Admittedly, It seems that Spren do have personalized names that they tell their radiants when they bond. Sylphrena is an example, as is Pattern, who says his name is a lot of numbers, so Shallan instead calls him Pattern. My personal beliefs with Timbre’s name is that that is her true identity, and the bond granted Venli knowledge instinctive knowledge of this. However, this just may not be the case.
  24. Nice! I probably would be forced into a room with Amaram in order to stab him, and I love awakening too. However, Hemalurgy is just too cool to deny.