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  1. On the topic of an opposite to Adonlasium Brandon himself has stated before it's not something to give much focus on. So I find it unlikely that even if the God Beyond was some confirmed deity they would be an Adonlasium opposite.
  2. Give different mistings the same amount of mass of their respective metal. Instruct then without interruption to burn it. Measure how long it takes to burn it. See if metals burn faster than others. Give different ferrings the same amount if mass if their respective metal. Instruct them to without interruption fill it at half the total of the attributed they are storing. Tine how ling it takes. See if storing differs based on metal type. Repeat above except for tapping it. Then repeat all this again for twinborn and see if their are any differences.
  3. Ah don't worry. I have seen it as a last name but it seems more common to the west and south of Ireland in my experience. Most people I've met with it are from those parts.
  4. Apoligises for some reason I wasn't alerted to these messages. It is a name but I wouldn't say that common. I've only met one or two people with that as a name. Some people are named that though. Yeah that's basically them all. That sums about them all up. Molly Alive Alive oh and all.
  5. So while rereading Warbreaker I discovered something I missed in my first read through. I think it's a pun that can only be caught if one has some knowledge of how the Nalthis magic system works. On page 79 chapter 7 of Warbreaker UK edition the following conversation takes place: Now perhaps I am missing something here but from my reading of the scene Lightsongs pun makes very little sense. It doesn't really make any sense as his usage of infested lacks another word that makes the pun works in a way. During my reread however I realised that the pun does actually work in another way. I think Lightsong is talking about investure in the scene and commenting on how he as a returned is invested. Vasher explains as much on pg 508 Chapter 46 Warbreaker UK edition. He explains how Returned are the only kind of naturally occuring Biochromatic entities and that they come into existence invested like humans. WoBs also mention how they are full on investure such as here, here, here and here amounst others. So we do know this pun would work like that except is it reasonable to presume Lightsong would be aware of this? As explained above here Nalthis does have a pretty good idea about all this. As a result and considering how Lightsong has access to these scholars it may explain how Lightsong would at least have an awareness of this. Or perhaps I just missed the original pun and somehow made up a pile of nonsense about an alternative pun. Who knows?
  6. Keeper of Words
  7. I quite like it and take it may be the case myself. I believe the Soren your referring to for Jasnah are called Logicspren by the way.
  8. LightWeaver the same order I identify as. Pretty cool test I like it.
  9. Adonlasium never fully forms. The shards continue to get splintered one by one throughout the Cosmere. In the end Adonlasium split himself up so a little part of him is in all of us. Nobody has all of the magic but rather we all contain equal amount of God within ourselves.
  10. He gave the best interveiw in all of Rosharan history.
  11. People here collecting leather bounds and first editions and stuff whilst I'm yet to find Elantris anywhere. I guess his official merch like the Mistborn adventure game and the jewelry etc? Stuff on his store or officially liscenced would be cool stuff to collect, I've been meaning to get the mist in adventure game myself.
  12. Chaotic neutral but he has good goals. He's neutral however because the methods he uses to achieve his goals are not very good. Of course though I don't think any alignment really suits him or anyone for that matter. Despite my love for DND I just never liked the alignment system. So I think ultimately he really wouldn't be on it. Although he's definitely chaotic at least.
  13. I'd switch Kelsier and Mare. Tbh the reason I'd do it is simply because I don't think I've seen characters like that before. By gender swapping them you'd take the classic "man out for revenge against old lover" and twist it around in a rarely seen way. Instead it's the woman out for revenge and it's the man killed off screen to motivate her. It's something I myself can't recall seeing before and I think it would be neat to see happen.