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Why is Trell on Taldain? (Spoilers)

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So I recently finished my first read through of the White Sand rough draft, and I think it may be one of my favorites. Despite it being a rough draft, it still possesses the same spark of genius that fills all of Sanderson's books. Although I think the book is wonderful, there are a few questions that I want to ask your guy's opinion on. During my read through, I first noticed a brief role played by a petty thief named Reen, though I quickly dismissed this as a coincidence, as White Sand was written before Mistborn and it would just make no sense. But later, I noticed that Kelton had a brief interaction with a worker named Trell. One could pull all sorts of things from this. Could this be the Trell? If so, what is he doing here? Could he be the Sand Lord that a certain Elorin claimed to have met? Or could this just be a coincidence stuck inside the rough draft of an unpublished book? One could go on for a while on this train of thought. So I just want to ask your guy's opinions, what do you think about the situation?

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Welcome to the shard. Have a cookie and an upvote. 

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This is an interesting question, I believe the general consensus is something is there. Most people have not read the prose, I included, I am working on it. There is a spoiler board. http://www.17thshard.com/forum/forum/80-white-sand-prose/ 

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Trell was also in the graphic novel I think. I haven't read it, but I've heard a lot about it.

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Should probably change the title to not spoil people who haven't read the GN or the Prose.

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