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does the reckoners/the apcolypse guerd fit into the cosamere and if so how

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just something i was wondering about i think it might be set in a different dimension but the same universe  

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did Brandon himself say that ? because i can totally see them traveling into another dimension that happens to be the cosmere

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Brandon has stated this on numerous occasions, yes. Earth, or any versions of earth, do not exist in the cosmere.

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BRANDON SANDERSON

So it’s kind of like Megan has opened up this idea of a quantum multiverse, and now I’m going to do a quantum multiverse which is not something I can deal with in the cosmere so it’s exciting for me to be able to do it.

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Yeah ‘cause the first one we see about the others I was like […] this is not the cosmere.

BRANDON SANDERSON

Not cosmere. Going straight-up quantum multiverse, in kind of a classical sense. I’ve been doing a lot of reading on string theory and things. It’s so hard, string theory breaks my brain. Quantum mechanics break my brain, but they’re fun.

 

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With The Reckoners you had to make the decision not to put it into your cosmere cosmology, was that a difficult one?

BRANDON SANDERSON

It was not difficult once I realized I did not want Earth to be part of everything else.
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Is Legion part of your Cosmere multiverse?

BRANDON SANDERSON

Legion is not Cosmere. (Earth isn't part of it.)

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What came first, Pattern or Chalklings?
BRANDON SANDERSON
Pattern was before Chalklings, good question. For some part of its existence, the Rithmatist was in the Cosmere, until I decided I just don't want Earth in the Cosmere at all, even a bizarre sort of version of Earth.

 

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Yes, there isn't anyway Reckoners Is a cosmere dimension, but if Brandon Sanderson did decide earth could be part of Cosmere, it would be interesting to see how he fit it into his universe. Some sort of god that lets people use chalk in battle? If that were a shard, what would it even be?

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On 6/26/2018 at 6:22 PM, Ark1002 said:

Yes, there isn't anyway Reckoners Is a cosmere dimension, but if Brandon Sanderson did decide earth could be part of Cosmere, it would be interesting to see how he fit it into his universe. Some sort of god that lets people use chalk in battle? If that were a shard, what would it even be?

It might be from a different high god (The gods that the shards came from) like in a topic I submited just now. Could Calamity be a version of a low level shard from a different cosmere?

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