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What was your inspiration for Wit, or who?
Hmm. You know, the closest thing I've been able to say is the court jester from King Lear, he's one of my favorite literary characters. But I'm not sure if I can, you know, if I can point to anyone specific other than that.
Did anyone actually try to assassinate Wit in The Way of Kings or Words of Radiance?
Would someone with a strong moral compass such as Kaladin and Dalinar consider Wit's alignment moral?
Dalinar is more likely to understand than Kaladin, because Dalinar's been in positions. Kaladin is less likely to, but it depends on what aspects of what Hoid's doing you're taking about.
How many kings have had a Wit?
It is common for a king to have a Wit.
Has Hoid been more than just Elhokar and Jasnah's Wit?
He has been. Most Wits, historically, were a little more fool-like, more court-jestery. Wit does not think highly of that. But there have been others in the past that were more like what he would think what a Wit should be.
Does Hoid have a favourite color?
Sure, I've actually answered this before and I can't remember what I've said. We're gonna say black, right now.
The Dusty Wheel
Where does your favorite scene take place in this book [Rhythm of War]?
In this one it's in Part 4. It's a character who only has one viewpoint in Part 4. It is the ... Let's just say it's the chapter in this book where we get a story from Wit. We usually get one in every book - sometimes two - we get one in this book and it's the chapter that has his story.