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    I have my head in the clouds, but I'm not very sure about the rest...
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    Reed, dream hundreds of stories (both ways), sciences and learn about all. Writer by vocation.
  1. dawnshard

    I think one of the Quotes says that the Storm Father is surprised -so he wouldn't know if he was-, and the correct question he should have asked is whether all Dawnshard should always be bound immediately and/or consciously. I don't remember, but has Brandon ever said if all Dawnshard have the same Torment?
  2. dawnshard

    He then opens a perpendicularity, saving the battle of Thaylen Field for our heroes. Later, Odium is ranting to Taravangian about how Dalinar wasn't supposed to Ascend, with a capital A. The question - is Odium's use of the word "Ascend" referring to ascending to the next Ideal of the Bondsmiths, or is there something more going on there? Brandon Sanderson I used a capital letter there intentionally, and normal saying of oaths would not get a capital letter. That is in a character's perspective. There's a character using that capital letter, the character uses that capital letter intentionally. https://wob.coppermind.net/events/509-youtube-spoiler-stream-5/#e15974 What do you think?
  3. hoid

    In Tress of the Emerald Sea it says that Hoid would have a 20% chance to kill the Sorceress, but Brandon has repeatedly said that a Dawnshard cannot harm anyone –Hoid can't even eat meat–. Has he managed to change this somehow? What am I missing?
  4. aon

    Ok, I'll try to check it (spoilers): At no time does it put anything to kill without pain…
  5. The Coopermind says almost with these words that Dawnshards cannot “inflict phisical pain” They can cause pain in the Cognitive realm, they can kill (if the cause of death is painless). I'm thinking that if a certain Dawnshard were to hold out his hand and not give an explicit order to his Spren, if the Shardblade were to materialize (killing someone), it technically wouldn't be the Dawnshard's responsibility. Or use Diminishers fabrials to avoid inflicting pain. Or using Aon Sheo. Could someone shed some clarity, please?
  6. I think it would be possible to empty the hemalurgical creation of Identity, Connection, Emotion* and other attributes using Raysium bonded to Aluminum, Duralumin and Raysium* Metal Minds. * Speculation without any support.
  7. It is a good question, which I do not think has a clear answer. Two options occur to me: As Brandon hinted on several occasions, the Cosmere has many systems that he hasn't talked... We cannot rule out that they are planets, moons, stars... that are not Invested, so they have no relevance to the plot. (or aut the Cosmere)
  8. I asked a similar question, to which the answer was that it could, but that the spren could break the Link, and if it remained, the efficiency of the Link would be greatly diminished.
  9. I really like that idea, which is also theoretically plausible. However, I see little chance of getting ahead because First of Sun is barely invested, I don't think a Worldhopper can catch up to it (let alone one with hemalurgical knowledge and conventional methods), however, it's a good idea. I don't think we'll see anything like it, but if it is, there are several options: Law 0 of Thermodynamics: every system A (Radiant) that is in equilibrium with a system B (Spren), if the system B (Spren) is in equilibrium with a system C (Avian), the system A (Radiant) is at turn in equilibrium with system C (Avian) –> so it should be possible. However, since Radiant Bond and Avian Bond establish Connection between two Souls, and sharing Connection does not necessarily mean sharing Identity (or even Investiture), this law would not apply.
  10. It must be possible. I think more is revealed on the matter in future Stormlight books.
  11. You can't burn metals in the cognitive realm (if you remember, in Mistborn Secret Story, when Kelsier tries to burn a nail, he fails).–––Or may be because Kelsier was a Cognitive Shadow... And also you shouldn't be able to use magic with cognitive aspects of objects.
  12. The physical aspect of a Returned depends mainly on how they see themselves, so it depends on the Alethi. Generally yes.
  13. It's plausible. However, it has several limitations: 1.-The distance can be hundreds or even thousands of kilometers to perpendicularity. 2.-The previous limitation can be circumvented in only one way; burn duralumin (Mistborn or Hemalurgist), because given that if you could infinitely fan bronze (an impossible thing) you would need huge amounts of bronze.
  14. Thanks @ShardlessVessel!
  15. I really like this theory. I wish you were right...