Is Endowment's holder female?
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Is Endowment's holder female?
What is the dark-glowing sphere?
Major big RAFO.
Do the riots in Kholinar have to do with the Thrill, and is there an Unmade centered there?
...That's a RAFO.
Will Shallan and Hoid meet and have a battle of wits?
Good question! I think you should read WoR and find out.
Is Baxil's Mistress destroying statues of the Herald Shalash?
Yes. Actually in the prologue her statue is missing because Baxil's mistress came through.
Is Baxil's mistress Shalash?
I'm not going to answer that.
In Alloy-of-Law-era Scadrial, aside from Marsh, is there any Hemalurgy, or has that all been forgotten about?
That is a RAFO. But if you go back and look at it, the things Marsh says at the ending, indicating the book that he has given. The book has a lot to do with Hemalurgy.
The world that White Sand takes part in, there were things that are kind of irked me about the book. It's that on Dayside most of the characters were light-skinned and on Darkside most of the characters were dark-skinned and evolutionarily that's backwards. Is there a reason for that?
Yes there is. Intentional.
And are we gonna read and find out?
We'll see if I get around to it, but yes.
Is Shallan's memory a Surge?
I want to wait for the right opportunity before revealing more surges.
Dalinar, his memory issues, are they his boon or his curse?
You will actually find out. That's coming. I’m not going to tell you that. You've got a whole flashback sequence dealing with this sort of stuff.
Is there an odiumspren?
You will find out what there is.
I messaged earlier regarding Alloy of Law appendix narrator, unaware of today's torchat. maybe you can respond in the chat?
I haven't been telling people the name of the appendix author. It is either Hoid or one of the 17th sharders.
The dark orb in the Stormlight prologue, is that native to Roshar? Or could it be from somewhere else?
I'm gonna explain what that is in the next book, so I'm going to RAFO that.
Does Mongrel know why Spensa's dad broke formation? Will we get a viewpoint of that battle, even just in retelling from Mongrel or someone else?
What happened during the battle is a major plot point, and you'll eventually get a chance to see it for yourself.
Kaladin comes to make a Shardspear and everything, but why were all the Blades left behind by the Radiants, Blades?
RAFO. That's a good question.
It seems that taking something metal that is Invested and melting it down, and reforging it, does not destroy the Investiture in it. For example the spike that got turned into a bullet.
Well, and the-- yeah. There are other examples as well.
If that doesn't ruin its Invested nature, what would happen if Wax were to take one of his ironminds, have that melted and alloyed into steel, and then tried to burn it?
So you are saying mixing in-- right. Um, this would probably not work. But I'd have to go to the document on this one, because I've theorized in it. So I'm going to say probably won't work, but I have to go to my document, so Notes And Find Out. As soon as we get into the really detailed-- One of the things I want, even when I was building the Mistborn magics, is I wanted it to get really complicated. Because, my philosophy was making a wheel is easy to understand what's going on. Making a car uses all the same physics and simple tools, but is infinitely--well, you know, not infinitely--hugely more complex. Making a spaceship goes beyond that. And I wanted when we dug into all the actual mechanics it all works, but it's like the difference between making an abacus and making a computer. And we're starting to stray-- not into computer-making realms, but starting tjo stray into combustion-making realms, and so these are the sort of things that I just can't talk about off the cuff as easily. Because I have this document and I'm like "this, this, this, this." Does that makes sense?
So I'm going to say that probably wouldn't work. I believe what is going to happen there is you're probably going to end up with one of these things where you see a reservoir there but you can't access it that happens quite a bit when things get muddled once you mix in other metals and things like that. But I can't give you 100% on that without the notes to double check myself.
Is the lake where the Aviar get their powers from Survival's perpendicularity?
Which universe is [Skyward]?
It IS connected to something else Brandon has written. You'll figure it out when you read it.
Obviously the world covers different planets, but most people on all the individual planets don't know about the other planets. Is there a planet within the cosmere where worldhopping is common knowledge?
Is there a planet in the cosmere where worldhopping is common knowledge. Um… it's not a planet.
It's a space station? *laughter* That's no moon!
That's not as far off as people laughing think that it is. *laughter* It's not a space station, it's not that futuristic, but there is a place in the cosmere where a lot of worldhoppers have settled, is where Iyatil is from, even though her ethnicity is not from there.
Clarifying question… Is that place in the Physical Realm?
So, the first [question] is whether or not a Shard can be healed after it has been [Splintered]?
That is actually a RAFO. That's been asked before.
If I enter a Shardpool, could i use it to fully enter the Cognitive Realm?
I have been wondering...what would happen if all of the seons in Elantris entered Devotion's Shardpool.
Can a Nahel bonded spren safely worldhop with their bondmate?
RAFO! Book 3 gives some clues.
Is Cultivation's Shardholder still alive.
Good question, what do you think?
I want to say, but that's based on my knowledge before I read Lift's interlude from Words of Radiance. Now I am leaning towards no. Based on that interlude, it looks like spren have essence from both Honor and Cultivation. It's almost like they exist in a spectrum, on one end of which is Honor, and on the other - Cultivation; so there are spren that are, for the lack of better example, 90% Honor and 10% Cultivation, and there are spren that are 15% Honor and 85% Cultivation.
That's a very astute observation!
And since we know that Honor is Splintered, then it might be the case that Cultivation is also Splintered, and their Splinters form the spren.
Does Khriss write the Ars Arcanum?
Did David get Steelheart's absolutely correct, or was it just close enough to allow him to destroy Steelheart?
It was absolutely correct. This is something David and Reckoners will actually discuss in Firefight. The second book will reveal much more about the Epics' weaknesses, and you will find out that there is actually a pattern to them, even though everyone thinks it's random.
Are weaknesses somehow related to things, events, or phenomena the Epics feared, or hated, or disliked before they turned Epic?
RAFO, second book. This is the exact question people - and David - are asking in the second book. Good question though.
There's this crazy off the wall theory that Parshendi are dead people brought back to life.
Interesting. There will be Parshendi viewpoints in the second book, and you will be able to see a lot more of that.
Is [the Terriswoman worldhopper] the nurse in Warbreaker?
Was Szeth's resurrection done with Rosharan Investiture or that from Nalthis?
Has Odium ever been to Threnody?
So, I was curious if the Alethi were always-- like, if there was a time where there wasn't a segregation between lighteyes and darkeyes.
Yes, that did exist.
...How did the separation occur?
There are some clues in [Oathbringer] and in the last book. It has to do with Knights Radiant and Surgebinding and things like that. It's a part RAFO. It's pretty guessable. There's nothing--
Are Shardblades Splinters? If not, are they related to Shards in some other way?
RAFO. More to come.
If Adonalsium was whole, would there be other powers in the cosmere that could threaten it?
RAFO. But I would say the fact that Adonalsium was Shattered answers that question, itself.
I currently have a pet theory--
Oh yeah? What is it?
That... there's a-- That there was-- Whatever the fourth Shard that Odium [Splintered]-- People-- The people who founded Threnody were--
So you should read Khriss' introductions to the worlds in the Cosmere Collection.
I was wondering, the point of views for the prologues *photo pause* will we ever see one from Gavilar's point of view?
That's a big ol' RAFO. Because I want it to be surprising to see who you get each book.
If a Radiant was spiked, would their bond be ripped away and could their bonded spren be forced on whoever inserted the spike? Would it matter if that person didn't have any cracks in their soul?
Can Returned have children? If so, who was the first Returned to do so?
I'm going to have to RAFO that one because it's a big RAFO question for the world. In-world, it is believed both that they cannot and that they can. Mythology speaks of it happening, yet many Returned by their own experiment have not been able to have children.
Calamity, it is just, because it talks about it always being in the sky. Is it hovering above North America or is that a global thing?
You will find out in the next book.
How are people with two different eye colors treated on Roshar?
RAFO - this will be explored in one of Shallan's flashback sequences in Stormlight 2, and is already written.
When Sazed is fighting Marsh he hears a voice telling him about his rings, in his head.
Whose voice is that? Can-- Can I make some gueses?
Is it Kelsier?
*Brandon hands RAFO card?* What does that mean? *laughing*
That means I'm not gonna answer that.