The reversed change probably belongs somewhere else in the article, and needs a spoiler tag, which I don't know how to do. Could someone please get this right? Samwise12345 (talk) 03:38, March 12, 2014 (UTC)

I have moved the spoilers to the end of the biography section and also added a spoiler tag after the introduction. I considered the spoilers to be pretty serious because it involves the apparent death of a major character and should never be in the introdution. Regards.  Dontspoil (talk) 06:27, March 12, 2014 (UTC)

I thought Szeth became truthless by saying that the knights radiant had returned?Fictionist64 (talk) 01:10, September 27, 2014 (UTC)  

Actually, it's exactly the opposite. Szeth is no longer Truthless because of the return of the Knights Radiant.

(The move of spoilery content to the end of the biography section is entirely appropriate. Thanks for adding the spoiler banner.)

For those who don't know how to add a spoiler banner, type two { brackets, then the word spoiler, then two } brackets. Type it all together and the result is the banner. If you need to see what it looks like on the page, hit edit, take a look, then back out of edit mode.

Do come back and contribute more to enhance the wikia!Tejrinde Shahrizai (talk) 04:20, September 27, 2014 (UTC)

Fact or Fiction. Edit

Although I like the idea that the new sword Szeth gets is Nightblood, and I know the worlds are linked, but... At this point it is still just a theory and I dont know if it belongs on this page...

Speculation is welcome on this wikia as long as it is represented as such. There are a great many theories here, but they're not represented as fact. That's a no go. Further, speculation inspires discussion and that means more contributor involvement. So, your comment and opinion are both welcome and respected and the speculation about Nightblood remains on the page until either confirmed or refuted. We should know the truth of the matter by the end of Stones Unhallowed.Tejrinde Shahrizai (talk) 00:49, October 27, 2014 (UTC)

Theory regarding Szeth's blade Edit

I noted the recent addition of a new theory - "Due to the color of the Blade given to Szeth by Nale (as well as the mist), it might be Odium. Possibly referencing the mist from Ruin in mistborn" - to this page regarding the identity/origins of Szeth's blade. While it has been clearly stated that theories are welcome as thought-provoking discussion starters on this wikia, I find this one to be somewhat confusing. I fail to see the correlation between the color/mist of the blade and Odium. Would it be possible for this theory to be more clearly explained? --Rw499 (talk) 15:26, October 1, 2015 (UTC)

The theory was inaccurate and has been removed. Clearly, the contributor hasn't read Warbreaker because s/he would then know that the sword Nale gave to Szeth is most likely Nightblood. Furthermore, Odium now resides on Braize and is bound there. Nale - a Herald of Justice - would never even think to "give" Odium to Szeth.

Tejrinde Shahrizai (talk) 17:21, October 1, 2015 (UTC)

Thank you for clearing that up. --Rw499 (talk) 22:15, October 1, 2015 (UTC)

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