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So, the Sequel has a Name

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I couldn't find this anywhere on the boards, so I figured I should post it here.

 

 

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According to wikipedia, its related (unsurprisingly) to the Aztek. Aztlán

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Which makes sense since the sequel is supposed to be taking place in South America and have a Native American viewpoint in it.  This was my personal favorite thing revealed in the SLC Comic-Con audio but there is a lot of neat stuff in there, and it's definitely worth the wait (we are nearly there so it should be posted soon-ish).

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So joel will not be the protagonist?

 

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Dear Brandon,

 

Please write the sequel to The Rithmatist

 

Thanks.

 

Yacob

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Wikipedia said that Aztlan could have been in what is now northwestern Mexico or southeastern US.  Soooo... does that relate to the cave paintings mentioned in the book?

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Which makes sense since the sequel is supposed to be taking place in South America and have a Native American indigenous people's viewpoint in it.  This was my personal favorite thing revealed in the SLC Comic-Con audio but there is a lot of neat stuff in there, and it's definitely worth the wait (we are nearly there so it should be posted soon-ish).

Correction mine. 

 

I apologize if that's kinda obnoxious of me, but the correct term, if you can't use the tribe name, if indigenous people. I'm very touchy about things like this. Sorry. 

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Correction mine. 

 

I apologize if that's kinda obnoxious of me, but the correct term, if you can't use the tribe name, if indigenous people. I'm very touchy about things like this. Sorry. 

 

My apologies if I caused any offense, I've always been taught that Native American was the "correct" term. I've never seen it discussed as problematic.  Please send me a PM, I'd like to know more.

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I was also taught that Native American was correct. On the other hand, my American History textbook only uses "American Indian" or "Indian", which... is very irritating.

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We might be getting the sequel sooner than we thought; although its still unclear at this point. This from the Krammer Reading facebook page:

Another Brandon Sanderson(I think it will be part of The Rithmatist series--I don't have all the details  yet) later this fall (Macmillan).  And for the civil war buffs, a gorgeous story about journalist Sam Wilkeson and his son Bayard (Blackstone).

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So... Sorry to be off topic, but where would one find something such as fanfictions here?

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5 minutes ago, Hoohoo2 said:

So... Sorry to be off topic, but where would one find something such as fanfictions here?

The creator's corner board has a fanfiction subforum. 

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On 8/12/2017 at 9:50 PM, Calderis said:

The creator's corner board has a fanfiction subforum. 

thanks. I might look into it. I kinda want to see how all these idea about his books are put into stories.

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No matter how hard I try the sequel's name keeps slipping my mind. It starts with an "A" right? 

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Awaiting 2017 State of the Sanderson, hopefully we're closer to the release of Rithmatist's sequel.

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18 hours ago, Ladrian said:

No matter how hard I try the sequel's name keeps slipping my mind. It starts with an "A" right? 

Aztlantian, correct?

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Don't you guys think that a book about chalkings (giant 2-dimensional line-based creatures) taking place in south america is obviously referring to Nazca lines? 

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On 10/10/2014 at 9:54 AM, king of nowhere said:

So joel will not be the protagonist?

It certainly feels like he should be. Nalizar said some stuff that I want an explanation for. As it is, I don't think I'd be too disappointed if the focus switched to someone else.

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