Do the Ghostbloods know that Thaidakar is their Survivor god?
What's on your mind?
So in chapter 17 " A Pattern" Shallan and pattern are discussing healing and Shallan asks pattern if he knew how she could use storm light to heal. pattern replies that he knows little about why humans break and less about how they "unbreak". Shallan asks if Spren do not break to which pattern says yes but they cannot "unbreak" without aid. I feel like this implies that pattern or at least the cryptids possibly know how to repair or unbreak deadeyes? Unlikely since pattern is convinced at this point he will be killed by Shallan but it really made me wonder. anyone have any insight?
Ok, so i finsihed reading the stormlight archive and kaladin did not end up with a romantic option, was there something i missed or mabey a hint of something? im kinda dissapointed about it.
How come Lopen can regrow a whole arm but Kaladin's slave brand isn't healed?
I was reading about Shallan (and her multiple personas) and a thought that struck me was: is Shallan an embodiment of Dissociative Identity Disorder?
Is there a type of knight radiant that has to say a truth about themselves, but for only one of there oaths?
I found Rhythm of War at the library the other day. Now my library system only lets patrons check out books for two weeks, then they can renew books as long as nobody has requested it. So I went up to one of the librarians and joking asked they could make sure nobody requested the book while I finished it. They said it doesn’t work that way. But still.
I feel like there should be an honor system where people don’t request a 1,200-page book while someone is still reading it. Honor is dead, but I’ll see what I can do. I need to read 100 pages a day to finish this beast!
(no spoilers please)
Hi, I really just wanted to see what orders y’all are in, I’m a Windrunner as you can see by my profile pic :)
This characture has a chapter named after him in Oathbring but he isn't on this page. Whilst in the lighthouse in Shadesmar the shin man said one thing that caught my attention. He said "by merciful Domi" which implies he follows a religion from the planet Sel. What is he doing on Roshar?
How is this real
This Wiki is quite impressive. Congrats and thank you !
But it's also quite quiet (sorry).
Is someone working on Oathbringer (or even Rhythm of War) chapter summaries ?
Would have been very usefull before starting Rhythm of War...
And no, as you can probably deduce, english is not my first language, so I won't be able to do it myself. Sorry.
Hello everyone and sorry for my English.
Does anyone know all the positions duelists can take?
Thanks a lot!
Is there a way to share pdf’s from the Audible version of Oathbringer & Rhythm?
There's a sixth fabrial grouping called Heat-generating fabrials, when the page states there are five known fabrial groupings. I believe heat generating falls under altering fabrials.
I don't want to edit the post myself in case I am wrong, as I just started the series.
Hoid feels very similar to Enoch Root from Neal Stephenson's universe. Anyone else familiar? An ageless mysterious stranger who is wise but not necessarily powerful, often helpful but occasionally problematic. Definitely a chaotic/neutral. At times I've half expected him to break the fourth wall like Deadpool.
Guess not too many people are here rn. Is there a seperate page for individual books or something?
I think I found two mistakes in the page about Knights Radiant:
1 It says that Szeth pronounced the Fourth Ideal at the end of Oathbringer, while he only swore the Third, waiting to go to Shinovar to complete the mission that will grant him the possibility to go on with the Fourth. 2 It says that the Third Ideal is different for every order, while the second part of it is indeed different for each person. "I will protect those I hate" is the same, but Kaladin says "So long as it is right" while Teft says "Even if the one I hate the most is myself".
I don't know if I am right, but is it possible to propose to change the article in the case?