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I spot a potential error [in Oathbringer]:
While she spoke of Jezrien and Kelek, she said their names strangely: Yaysi and Kellai.
This line comes from Dalinar's perspective - don't the Alethi use the name Jezrezeh and not Jezrien?
The name Jezrien isn't unknown—Sizgil knew it in Way of Kings, even though they don't say Jezrien in the Makabaki lands either. But I'll ask Brandon about this line.
EDIT: We have determined that Dalinar should have said Jezerezeh in this context. So we'll fix this in the ebook and audiobook, and in future reprints.
Who drew [the Oathbringer endpapers]? Are they in-world art?
These are in world paintings done by the Oilsworn, one of the people Shallan studied when practicing her art. The actual paintings were done by the Oilsworn's real-world counterpart, Dan Dos Santos, who did the cover of Warbreaker.
There are two more pieces in the back, done by someone else, which are also in-world art pieces. They're all part of a larger theme, and are equally gorgeous.
I assume these are paintings of heralds, then?
These two [in the front of the book] are Ishar and Ash. The back two are Jezrien and Vedel.
Ash is so much more...shiny than I expected, but I guess that's Lightweaving for you. I love the space background too.
Remember, these are in-world artifacts. So this is how someone painted her from their imagination, based on lore. These are Rosharan versions of the paintings of the prophets along the top of the Sistine Chapel.
Have we met Jezrien yet, in the books?
Have we met the king of the Heralds in the books yet?
Uh, yes you have.
And it's not Zahel.
No. I-- Fans have picked out who he is. It-- he's moderately obvious. So the-- so he's not supposed to be a big secret. But I will pop him out a little bit more in the third book, so if you don't want to get spoilers you can wait til then.
Now that we have canon art of Ishar, Shalash, Jezrien, and Vedel, what Rosharan nationalities would you say they resemble the most?
Jezrien and Vedel would be seen as Alethi, most likely. Shalash would be seen as Azish, while Ishar would be seen as Shin, probably.
Wait, but if Ishar looks like he’s from Shinovar, how did the Tukkari accept him as the God-Priest?
That's a RAFO--but is a question you're supposed to be asking.
Is Shalash the daughter of Jezrien?
Umm... Oh, yes, she is indeed his daughter.
What drove Jezrien mad?
You will see firsthand in the series.
Have we seen any evidence of Hemalurgy on Roshar? And, as sort of an addendum, given the end of Oathbringer, was what happened to Jezrien Hemalurgy?
There are certain cosmere philosophers that would count it. I would divide it as two separate things that are using similar fundamentals... I wouldn't call it myself, but there are people who would disagree with me in-world. Have we seen evidence? I would say no evidence that is easily-- easy to pick out.
But it's there?
Yes, there are people with Hemalurgy who have been to Roshar. I'm pretty sure they've been on-screen.
Is Jezren a Sliver?
Jezrien is one of the Heralds, but has never held the power of an entire Shard himself. (So no, not a Sliver.)
Moash killed a god? One of the Heralds?
He did. One of the Heralds. And trapped his soul so he couldn't be reborn.
That's what it is. Trapped his soul, didn't actually kill him?
It's killed him-- It was like, extra killed. The Heralds are bound to a cycle of rebirth that happens-- that they wanted to make sure didn't happen that time.
Was Jezrien sent to Braize when Moash killed him? Or is he gone?
Is the person Kalak speaks to in the prelude of The Way of Kings the real Jezrien?