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PrinceGenocide posted a topic in MistbornSo Wax infers from miles's constant compounding that it would be detrimental to him if he were to stop . What exactly would be the consequences ? We know intensive brass compounding can lead to heatstrokes and even death . But that's only if they compound brass too much. Miles doesn't seem to have a problem with that . Is Wax even correct in his deduction ? Will there be withdrawal effects and maybe permanent damage ? What about the other metals ? Even if there are negative effects , is it as bad as allomantic savanthood with respect to tin or pewter ?
Is Trell a piece of Adonalsium? Or is he a splinter of one of the gods that Odium has killed? I am really confused about this. Oh and is the person in Whitesand related named Trell. Trell is the being who is fighting Harmony currently if you aren't familiar with who he is. The fact that Miles worships him and that he has Faceless Immortals means he has some power right?
So for those who don't know the act of compounding in Mistborn is when you have the same Feruchemical ability and Allomatic ability. By storing a little health in gold, for instance, then burning that gold you can store more health in your metalminds than you started with (Health being golds Ferchemical ability). So I want to hear what the best compound of powers would be. I don't count other twinborn powers like Wax's Steel and iron even though they do work in tandem, they are not compounding. Just a reminder of the dual powers (Feruchemy / Allomancy) Steel= ( Physical Speed/ steel-pushing) Iron= (Physical Weight/ iron-pulling) Tin= (Stores one sense at time (one per metalmind)/ increases all senses) Pewter= (Physical Strength/ increases physical abilities) Zinc= (Mental Speed/ Stokes Emotion) Brass= ( Warmth/ Soothes Emotion) Copper= (Memories/ Hides allomatic pulses) Bronze= (Wakefulness/ "hears" allomatic pulses) Chromium= (Fortune/ Wipes targets allomatic reserves) Nicrosil= ( Investure/ Enhances targets allomatic power.) Aluminum= (Identity/ Wipes internal allomatic reserves) Duralumin= (connection/ Enhances next metal burned) Gold= (Health/ shows your past self) Electrum= ( determination/ shows your future self) Bendalloy= (Energy/ speeds up time) Cadmium= (Breath/ slows down time) So lets hear what you think. I for one am partial to Chromium, being able to be unlimited lucky without having to be unlucky would be the best. As a wise man once said: "you can't beat luck"
To my understanding, the way healing works in the Cosmere reverts oneself to their perceived cognitive self. This is why Kaladin's brands don't heal, yet Lopen's arm grows back. With gold feruchemy, it would seem like one would still age. Their stored up health can only heal them so far, and their cognitive self would age. However, if one was able to have an absurd amount of healing, like a gold compounder such as Miles Hundredlives, AND they considered themselves immortal, would they age? I feel it is a reasonable inference to say Miles thinks himself immortal, considering his mentality seen in Mistborn, especially after he mentally moves beyond pain itself. If he imagined himself at a consistent age, believing that his healing prevented him from aging, and he always had copious, near infinite, amounts of healing readily available, I think he would achieve immortality. Plus, I feel like adding hemalurgy into the mix would only increase his already insane healing abilities, especially if he had a Trell spike that had some sort of power along the lines of healing. Thoughts?