Shardcast: Skyward 3 Predictions

Switching off from cosmere things, let's talk about Skyward 3! It won't be called Nowhere, but we'll still make some jokes about it. There's plenty to discuss for what could possibly happen in this book, so check it out!

This episode we have Eric (Chaos), Ian (Weiry), Shannon (Grey), and for the first time, Jessie (LadyLameness)! 

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Spren of Kindness

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The fact that I dissolved into laughter a minute in does not bode well for my sleep schedule.  One might say that my self-control is going nowhere.

All jokes aside, this is really fun to listen to!

That llama looks incredible, by the way.  Now I really want to learn how to crochet.  My deer needs a friend.

Edit:  His name is pronounced Yorgen, not Jorgen?  How did I not realize that?


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So yes, Detritus is interesting and definitely weird. But the rubble belt is not in my opinion. It's just manmade. I feel like I am the only person on the planet who remembers this quote.

From page 239 of Skyward:

"Are you ready for my analysis?" M-Bot said.
"That depends on how often it will mention mushrooms."
"Only once, I'm afraid. The thing you see looming overhead is around half of a C-137-KJM orbital shipyard with added delver training facility. I don't know exactly what that is, but I believe it must have been for manufacturing starships. There's no sign of the other half, but this chunk has probably been floating up there for centuries, judging by the low power output of those acclivity rings."

The shipyard has nowhere symbols because it's a delver training facility.


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