The Overlady Reads Oathbringer, Part Three!


Welcome to the Overlady Reads Oathbringer, Part Three!

This part covers the siege of Kholinar, the siege of the Rift and the siege on our minds from Lucy's theories. Watch as we slowly descend into crab filled madness as we uncover more of Roshar's mysteries.

We definitely talk about Hoids story in this, don't you worry. I can absolutely 100% guarantee that we definitely talk about Hoids version of the Girl Who Looked Up. That definitely happened and you can enjoy us talking about it.

What's your favourite Hoid story? Let us know in the comments down below!

 

 

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Y'all's laughter is infectious, also, baby touchdown, that should not be funny, but it is.

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1. Are you guys from different parts of the UK (or even different neighborhoods)? I'm not familiar enough with the different accents to know if this is a regional thing (or even a neighborhood thing). But I did notice the Overlady does some th-fronting whereas the Overlord does not. Ex.: from 19:30 to 20:30, Ben says "theory" "things in threes", and Lucy says: "fing of frees feory" ("thing of threes theory"). She also says "ovver" (for "other"), "fink" ("think") etc.

2. You guys recreating the Azish's progressively more intense reactions to Dalinar's gifts reminded me of this wonderful bit of sports commentary (downhill biking; warning: some "foul" language):

3. That discussion at the end reminded me of the Bechdel-Wallace test. The Stormlight Archive isn't a movie and given its scope, it'd be hard for it to fail the test (it's such a low standard anyway).

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On 06/10/2020 at 1:35 AM, Spren of Kindness said:

Y'all's laughter is infectious, also, baby touchdown, that should not be funny, but it is.

Glad you liked it! I thought was one of the funniest episodes we've done so far (Shocking considering the subject)

 

15 hours ago, go_go_gragdet said:

1. Are you guys from different parts of the UK (or even different neighborhoods)? I'm not familiar enough with the different accents to know if this is a regional thing (or even a neighborhood thing). 

We are from different parts of the UK. I was born up north but moved down south when I was young, meaning I have a weird in-between accent (I also watched a lot of American TV growing up and that definitely had an affect). Lucy has a more Cambridgeshire accent as that is where she is from.

But yes, British accents are diverse and varied. You aren't wrong when you say two neighbourhoods right next to each other can have different accents.

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4 hours ago, Overlord Jebus said:

We are from different parts of the UK. I was born up north but moved down south when I was young, meaning I have a weird in-between accent (I also watched a lot of American TV growing up and that definitely had an affect). Lucy has a more Cambridgeshire accent as that is where she is from.

Thanks, this is very interesting! Both accents are lovely, by the way.

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