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  1. Neat!

    Though now that we know its ice powers I'm leaning more towards blue colors.

    Come on Raiga of the Wind!
  2. Thank you !!!!
  3. Hey, could you link me the full image of your avatar? I really love Yamato's character and that art looks fantastic. I haven't felt this strongly about a potential Strawhat in a while, not since Hancock who I figured by Impel Down wasn't gonna happen. I never really felt Jinbei until the Fishman Island arc and didn't warm up to him till Wholecake Island, Yamato though is just knocking it out the park for me, fantastic introduction and design and background that feel right for a Strawhat and are interesting and unique, a real dream, strong parallels with a past character who also joined the future Pirate King, my chips are all in. And that fighting style is so sick. I want my beast oni woman (yes I know he identifies as a man, the design is enough for me) who tanks damage and crushes enemies with a giant club.
  4. I personally have a really soft spot for Sanderson's first Mistborn trilogy. The Final Empire, Well of Ascension, and The Hero of Ages. It checks all my boxes.

    His opus is the The Stormlight Archive which is really good but still being written. The fourth volume of that comes out in a month. They're all super huge tomes though, equal to multiple smaller books.

    For a standalone introduction Elantris is probably okay. Its his first book, and probably his weakest as a result, but the characters are interesting and it tells a neat self contained story.

    If you want to get away fromt eh fantasy stuff, he has a sort of superhero series with The Reckoners, and you can start with Steelheart which works as a standalone, but if you like it there's three more after it.
  5. Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep. My pace picked up for the final stretch but it's really not a page turner hence my progress was very slow.

    I'll get to Sanderson eventually but for now I'm understandably gonna take a break from fantasy and switch to science fiction. Though if you want to recommend some Sanderson books, by all means, do so please.
  6. LOL. Nowhere near as bad as reading it in real time as they were coming out. It took me nearly 15!

    It reeeeally slows down and slogs in the middle, doesn't it? I can only imagine how bad it would have been if Sanderson hadn't taken over at the end.

    On that note, you should read Brandon Sanderson now. He's fantastic.
  7. It might amuse you to know I finally finished Wheel of Time.

    It only took me....Jesus Christ, four years.
  8. I did not have the blast sling beforehand. I did not yet realize you really needed to set up traps in advance.

    It was not a pleasant fight. Took me several tries.

    I later went back to try it again and it was easy once I knew what I was doing. But yes, its a game that demands you get all the weapons.
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