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  1. Remember that when a Spren forges a Nahel Bond with his/her Radiant, they're taking a part of them and giving something in return (this is stated by Syl to Kaladin). Loosing his Connection to Syl is utterly painful, for it rips a part of the Radiant soul (by my understanding, and from what happened to Teft when Moash killed Phendorana). Combine this with the fact that Kaladin had a lot of issues, plus the loss of his friends and his brother to Amaram, then it's no wonder that he cannot accomplish even the basics of spear fighting. I can talk from experience and the loss of someone can make you fail at even the most simple of tasks.
  2. Welcome to the Shard, jendo! Which book is your favourite?
  3. None of the other Windrunners resisted the protections of the Sibling (Teft was the only one due to Lift providing him Lifelight). Sanderson confirmed that Kaladin is immune to the Thrill.
  4. Didn't know it was a spoiler, sorry regardless. Also that, Dalinar has often heard a voice in his mind, prodding him to Unite. The voice inside his head is similar to when T-Odium Ascended, the Shard Odium spoke to him, telling him to take the power. Why would he die or lose? T-Odium will most likely go for a tie from my perspective, freeing himself from Roshar. The only ones who could ever bring harm to him would be: 1. Someone wielding Nightblood against him (highly unlikely, since he knows how dangerous Nightblood is, he'll probably take measures to keep it hidden) 2. Cultivation (again, this seems unlikely, since Cultivation needs Taravangian for her plans) or any other Shard (maybe Valor? But I have no information on her) 3. Hoid (he actually planned for Taravangian to go for a tie, hence it could mean that he wants Taravangian to be free, at least that's what I'm inclined to believe) Honor's Splinters would also explain the oddities around Ishar (his ability to summon Honor's Perpendicularity) and Kaladin (him being immune to the Thrill, resisting the Sibling Inverted protections and the SA calling him "Child of Tanavast")
  5. Warlight doesn't have to be created by a new shard, after all we know that Navani and the Sibling can create Towerlight (I don't recall this particular part, can you tell me where you found it?) I'll have to go along with this. There's a lot we don't know about Bondsmithing, but being able to steal a Shard from a vessel? It's just too much power, and if Honor was able to create them, then it almost sounds dumb how he was defeated by Odium. And I don't even think T-Odium would be as carefree as Rayse (since he ignored the threat opposed by Nightblood). And the Dishardic Ascension was a necessity and a burden Sazed had to take, for Scadrial was about to be destroyed. Dalinar does not need to claim any of the Shards.
  6. Welcome to the Shard, Psi! Love the Zahel/Vasher art, really shows his grumpiness!
  7. I made the quiz twice and on one occation I got Dustbringers, and the Windrunners (I had Windrunners on 2nd place when I got Dustbringers). I would love to see the Dustbringers in action.
  8. This is an unpopular opinion (and I'll probably get punished by it), but it's not Shallan. For me it's Moash. I'll gladly take a cookie
  9. Yeah, the Shardblades, really cool weapons, though I won't spoil anything for you. If you're a fast reader, you'll get through Elantris and Warbreaker in no time (necessary to understand some events in SA).
  10. What other books have you read? Cause I would recommend you to make your way to Stormlight Archive (if I have to put it in a tier list, The Stormlight Archive gets the crown by far). If you love WoA, you're going to love The Hero of Ages (I know I did)
  11. Ha! Airsick lowlander.
  12. Welcome to the Shard, Sequence! Hope we can get along !
  13. Absolutely good point. I'm inclined to believe that Lewshi never wanted to be with the Voidbringers. Her ideals and manners, her honor after each battle she had with Kaladin, and her troops as well, they are pretty much on par with the Windrunners. The thing that pretty much, at least for me, made her choose a new side, was that the Singers were being chosen to be Radiants
  14. Exactly, but do not forget that he's Odium now, not Passion, so there are things that we are still unaware off.
  15. Did not know this, thanks! Dalinar has only sworn his 3rd Oath, which is incredibly terrifying. The fact that he is already this powerful with just 3 Oaths is unnatural, no wonder Honour kept a close look at the Bondsmiths and Ishar. All this brings another interesting point, and that would be Kaladin. The fact that the SF refers to him as the Child of Tanavast, and WoB confirms that it has significance, this all could mean that Kaladin is in possession of another Splinter (inherited or maybe planted on him by Cultivation?), without him and Syl realizing it. Dalinar sounds like a really worthy Vessel for Honour, if all the splinters are reunited, but Kaladin seems like another possible Vessel.