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Hello Sharders, As some of you already know, my minions are abroad. @Assassin in Turquoise and @Assassin in Teal have joined the Shardic brotherhood, and are coming to wreak vengeance and theories across the land of this forum. So, what do you do when confronted with a superior force of currently three people? The answer is simple. Join us! Simply ask and upon you we shall bestow you with a certain color that you will... I don't know... whatever we'll assign you a color. If you have a preference, put in your post asking to join us. Join us, and we may spare you from... I don't know, whatever we're eventually going to do.
I recently finished the Night Angel trilogy by Brent Weeks, and I wanted to hear what y'all had to say about it. So discuss down below! Personally I really enjoyed the series. It was dark and gritty and real. The characters really acted like they were cold blooded killers, thieves and the like. Also the characters are awesome! I love Azoth/Kylar, and loved his development throughout the first book. And Durzo. Mmm, Durzo was the perfect combination of sarcasm, mystery, and epicness. It was so cool to learn about his past and the different things he has experienced. I usually don't go for characters with mysterious pasts/previous scars whatever, but Weeks really did a good job with this one. Okay. Now, I also really liked the way that everything tied together in the end, which kind of gave me a Sanderson-esque feel. However, that being said the epilogue sucked. If there was one problem with this series is that it did not really give much closure. At least, not enough for me. Anyway, those are my thoughts on the series without going into too much detail. But what did you guys think of it?
I'm probably going to go pick up the new Assassin's Creed game in the next few days, and I can't help thinking that I would much rather have the main character be Szeth from Stormlight Archive. He's already got the white robes, the hood, the stealth, all of that. You could build a whole game around him, even without his Shardblade. A tiny mix of The Force Unleashed would put the icing on the cake, letting him use his Surgebinding abilities. In a perfect world it could even be a good/evil, two sided game, where you use basically the same mechanics to play Szeth on the dark side and Kaladin on the light side. Szeth runs around a select city or two, and Kaladin runs around the Shattered Plains and stuff. The Plains sound lame until you consider the crazy environment you could build in the chasms beneath them. It would probably need to be a sort of alternate story line sort of deal, one that was non-canon (I wish it wasn't the case), because by the time Kaladin realizes his powers, he is kind of caught up in some stuff. Maybe that will change a bit in WoR, but regardless, it would make a really really fun video game I think. Brandon - if these ideas ever reach your brilliant mind - I'd buy this game 5 times for good measure.