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  1. Hm, that's a good point. I assumed that since these are sixteen pieces of a single whole, having all of the pieces would provide a better balance than two opposing pieces would. However, working off an assumption without evidence isn't a good idea. I wonder if there's a WOB somewhere out there that can shed some light on this question.
  2. Hm, that's a good point. I assumed that since these are sixteen pieces of a single whole, having all of the pieces would provide a better balance than two opposing pieces would. However, working off an assumption without evidence isn't a good idea. I wonder if there's a WOB somewhere out there that can shed some light on this question. EDIT: Apologies for double posting. I was trying to figure out how to use the quote box. Shouldn't happen again.
  3. Thanks for all the welcomes! Favorite Cosmere character would be Kelsier, with Vin and Dalinar tying for second place. Bastille and Spensa tie for my favorite non-Cosmere characters. Sounds like I need to get around to reading the Rithmatist!
  4. Thanks! Hm, I can't decide between Skyward, The Final Empire, or Oathbringer.
  5. HUGE SPOILERS FOR IF YOU'RE NOT CAUGHT UP ON THE COSMERE (Apologies if I mess up the format. This is my first discussion post) Adonalsium was the combined power of all of the Shards. If one took a piece of each of the Shards and combined the pieces, could it make a Shard that was basically a mini Adonalsium? There could be many advantages to this, such as not being consumed by the power (Preservation was driven to Preserve at all costs, Ruin turned Ati into a monster, Honor became obsessed with the word rather than spirit of oaths) and being able to tap into multiple magic systems. We've seen that Hoid is collecting magic from all across the Cosmere. The bead of Lerasium is a large chunk of Preservation, a Shardblade is a piece of Honor, Breaths are pieces of Endowment, and Hoid's ability to sense where he's needed might be linked to Fortune. Perhaps his goal is related to this theory?
  6. Just wanted to introduce myself since I just joined! I've read all of Brandon Sanderson's works except Elantris and The Rithmatist. I've been reading the forums for a while now, but I've decided to try to getting a little more involved in the community. I started with Alcatraz vs the Evil Librarians and somehow ended up reading the Cosmere last. Glad to be here, Spot