Mnemoclast

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About Mnemoclast

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    Likely to proclaim folly
  • Birthday 10/17/1994

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    Southernmost Brazil
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    A most diverse specimen in regards to its interests. Only hides unto itself when a Sportstorm is inbound.

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  1. Hmmm... Interesting lie! Good choice. Once I have a little bit more free time I'll surely go check out that section, thanks! I think I'd choose Rock. He is such a loyal, caring fella, I'm sure he'd help me through the rough and hungry times. I also enjoy cooking, so we could make some rad dishes. To be fair, I was interpreting scene very vaguely as to include that moment, which was quite touching. Thanks!
  2. Oh man, that's a tough one. A triple tie between Bridge 4 saves the Kholins, the full disadvantage duel and Shallan's and Kaladin's little journey on the chasms.
  3. My favorite is probably Dalinar after OB, my least favorite... Straff? Not 100% sure. Thanks! Thanks! It's memory fueled. The idea is to explore the emotional, social and identity costs of sacrificing memories for power. The more cherished a memory is, greater is the Investiture, in cosmerean terms. Not quite that simple, but that is the gist of it. But I won't be writing it in english, as I don't think I'm proficient enough to do it, so I'm not sure you'll be able to "like it" per se Syl! She is simply too damnation cute. And Kal's much needed light. Thank'ye!
  4. I'm torn between WoR and OB. Maybe WoR has a slight edge? I'll be able to answer more definitively after my reread.
  5. Hey, everybody! I'm quite new to Sanderson's literature, I've only started reading his books late 2019. I've read the first Misborn trilogy, Alloy, as well as the SA. I'm currently reading the last book of the Wheel of Time series, so there are those few shared authorships. I still have quite a bit of reading to do, but I went on a Sanderson hiatus after Alloy (which was good, but didn't get me invested enough to devour the second trilogy, and got sidelined due to work) to explore other famous fantasy series. I should however start reading his stuff once again in preparation for RoW. I'm a philosophy scholar by profession, and an aspiring author as well. If you're curious, my name is not related to thunderclasts, it's a translation to english of the name of magic users in the book I'm currently outlining. The system involves sacrificing memories as its power source. I hope you're all safe in these troubling times!