King of Herdaz

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About King of Herdaz

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    The Lopen's cousin
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  1. I took a look at editing the Dalinar page and was immediately scared away by the jungle of citations. If you want to edit it please do, just change it and cite this WoB.
  2. where?
  3. I'm Jewish and know Hebrew in which this is a common sound. I just never knew the technical term for it.
  4. If it means anything, in the audiobook, all the kh's are pronounced as regular k's except for Khen the singer woman who they pronounce correctly. And while I've always "pronounced" it in my head while reading as a regularish k, I often think, based on this WoB, that it should be a Hebrew ches ח (fricative?) sound instead.
  5. Theory: Could it be that the eye colors that appear among the rosharan people stem from the knights radiant? Being as- at least on earth- violet, grey, and yellow eyes don't occur naturally, it seems likely that they would have some sort of supernatural origin. Additionally, from the fact that when Kaladin summons Syl his eyes change color into an extra light blue, it would seem that each order of radiants would have a similar effect but each order would have its own eye color (perhaps corresponding to their polestone)?
  6. Cool! But is that necessarily canonical? I mean, does GA consult with Dragonsteel over things like this?
  7. Why are there no interludes between parts 4 and 5 of The Way of Kings? In the rest of the SA books there are five parts and 4 sets of interludes, while in TWoK there are five parts and only three sets of interludes.
  8. In the beginning of TWoK Syl dances "to some unheard rythm". Could this be one of the rythms that the singers attune to, the sound of Roshar?
  9. Kaladin, after Szeth's attack on Dalinar, didn't know he could heal his arm but it healed surprising him
  10. In the prologue to The Way of Kings it is said that Szeth's stormlight can't restore a limb "killed" by a Shardblade. However in Words of Radiance and Oathbringer we see several bridgemen doing just that. So why the inconsistency? Is it just that Honorblade stormlight healing works differently, but why shoud that be so?
  11. I had a theory. In Mistborn era 1 Sazed talks about a religious group, the Nelazan, who worshipped the stars, a god with a thousand eyes named Trell. Could it be that this religion actually originates from people who moved from Taldain to Scadrial, and the religion of The Sand Lord/Autonomy morphed into this.... And perhaps this exodus was led by Trell the construction foreman and somehow over time his name became associated with their god.
  12. extremities
  13. Do we know the name of Teft's Spren?
  14. Did the Heralds have Shardplate?
  15. That's what I thought. I just wanted confirmation before I changed it on the Coppermind. (and in retrospect, I should have put this in the Coppermind section)