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  1. I forgot about this post haha. My other recent thought was that Plamry was another part of Nikli. We got almost no mention of him because he only formed when Nikli needed some assistance. If this is the case, I still don’t really like how it was done. It looked too much like a mistake at least to me initially. Obviously we don’t know that this is the case, and it most likely was just a relic of quick drafting, thankfully it isn’t a mistake Brandon makes often.
  2. So, it looked like after Rysn picked up the Dawnshard she gained at least a few levels of heightening. Do we think this is because Endowment is one of the four shards that her Dawnshard, (the Dawnshard of ... Change???) formed when Adonalsium shattered? If so, what does that mean? Were there any other effects on Rysn that are similar to other magic systems we have seen that I missed? Do bearers of each Dawnshard pick up features of the magic system that their related shards created as a side effect?
  3. Do we think that the Dawnshard of ... (Change???) gives Rysn what looks a lot like at least a few levels of heightening, because Endowment was one of the four shards that it formed? If so, what does that mean? Were there any other effects on Rysn that are similar to other magic systems we have seen that I missed? Do bearers of each Dawnshard pick up features of the magic system that their related shards created as a side effect?
  4. This character was an odd addition. Felt almost like at some point they actually had lines but those were maybe removed in the drafting process. Mentioned in two chapters, once just saying that Plamry is Nikli's assisstant, then just mentioning when Nikli is taken away that Plamry might also be suspicious and should be taken away as well. Did I miss something?
  5. Ok, so my theory is that Silverlight was formed by a group of Rosharan's aided by Khriss. We know that Honor locked the Oathgates just before he died, which we know happened just after the Recreance. Prior to this time we know that the Oathgates were the source of much travel, to the extent that the Knights radiants imposed a tarriff through Urithiru. Up to this point I had been operating on the assumption that this simply meant that pre-recreance, the oathgates were used to allow trade between the silver kingdoms in the physical realm of Roshar. However, we also know for a fact that the Oathgates could be used to travel to Shadesmar before Honor locked them. So, essentially we know that for the entire duration of the Silver Kingdoms era, every city on Roshar had direct access to the cognitive realm. Is it possible, that towards the end of this era, a large number of Rosharans emigrated to the Cognitive Realm, exploring outwards from Shadesmar, and built a city? I would imagine this would likely have occurred sometime between the last desolation and the false desolation, the latter of which probably led to the loss of Silverlight from the cultural memory of Roshar. That rough timeline still allows for Khriss to have aided in the founding of the city if I'm judging it correctly. If I'm missing something obvious that disproves this theory could someone please enlighten me haha, I fear there might be something obvious.
  6. Aha no worries, thanks for responding. Even though it was a very minor change it felt good to contribute something for a change, instead of just spending hours upon hours consuming the coppermind
  7. Hey, I just made an account on here and on the Coppermind, and I made a minor edit to the Hemalurgy page that I just wanted to get confirmation on. The text I changed said 'Ruin crafted Hemalurgy with a flaw', as far as my understanding goes this is incorrect, as the metallic arts were not created by Ruin or Preservation. I copied the text from the Allomancy page that referenced this for clarity. This I was sure about. What I wasn't 100% on, was whether we knew that the flaw was inherent to Hemalurgy or whether Ruin had altered Hemalurgy to create the flaw. Given that we know Preservation could alter Allomancy, in my mind it makes sense that Ruin would also have been able to if he desired. Though I personally think it makes more sense, given the nature of Hemalurgy, that this flaw was inherent to it. I guess it's ultimately fairly inconsequential, but I wondered if anyone knew of a specific WoB or other reference that could clear this up one way or the other.