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What is Your Favorite Thing of RoE? - Tiz - 10-07-2013

So I am curious.

What is your very favourite thing of RoE?

For me, it it FitzChivalry. I love him Unsure A lot <.<'
Also, I like it for all the philosophical and moral problem it poses, that you all have heard about Unsure

What about you? Beer


RE: What is Your Favorite Thing of RoE? - Iku - 10-07-2013

I have to think about it. Seriously.
Maybe the tie between Fitz and the Fool. I'd like to have one of my own.
Is this a reasonable answer? Uh


RE: What is Your Favorite Thing of RoE? - Ambra - 10-07-2013

The Wit. I'd love to have a Wit-Partner. (<-- Is the translation right?)

Love


RE: What is Your Favorite Thing of RoE? - Garetha - 10-07-2013

Yep, it's right. Occhiolino

For me... okay, it's the Fool. Love But I mean aside from him... I suppose it's little details. The way the dragons
Rain Wilds Chronicles [leggi]
The little hints and snippets about things like pecksies (anybody here read Words Like Coins?) that give you the sense that there's a lot more to discover in this world. There are rules in the RoE, that's clear, but nobody really understands all of them. While the characters know there's magic of all sorts, and have some idea how it works, they still don't quite know for certain what's possible and what's impossible. So even though people like Fitz live with magic every day, they still have a sense of wonder about it, and that translates to me as a reader.


RE: What is Your Favorite Thing of RoE? - Tiz - 10-07-2013

(10-07-2013, 14:53)Garetha Ha scritto:  Yep, it's right. Occhiolino

For me... okay, it's the Fool. Love But I mean aside from him... I suppose it's little details. The way the dragons
Spoiler [leggi]
The little hints and snippets about things like pecksies (anybody here read Words Like Coins?) that give you the sense that there's a lot more to discover in this world. There are rules in the RoE, that's clear, but nobody really understands all of them. While the characters know there's magic of all sorts, and have some idea how it works, they still don't quite know for certain what's possible and what's impossible. So even though people like Fitz live with magic every day, they still have a sense of wonder about it, and that translates to me as a reader.

That's true! In so many other fantasy World, we know ALL the laws. In RoE we don't. Very well spotted ò.ò


RE: What is Your Favorite Thing of RoE? - Garetha - 10-07-2013

Yep. Or even when the characters start out NOT knowing all the laws, they discover them all during the course of the story. Like in Brandon Sanderson's Mistborn books. There's some confusion initially about Allomancy, but in the end the rules turn out to be very definite and easily defined. Mind you, the books are amazing and I think Brandon Sanderson's magic systems are one of the best features of his books, but still, the wonder and discovery aren't there in the same way.


RE: What is Your Favorite Thing of RoE? - Tiz - 11-07-2013

However, the lack of understanding of the basic system of the World gives way to perception of it that could easily be defined as dystopic, if you think of it. My whole less-than-complimentary analysis of the White Prophets' worldview are a direct results of our lack of knowledge (and this is why they could be true).


RE: What is Your Favorite Thing of RoE? - Umbra - 11-07-2013

Please, girls, pay attention to spoilers and avoid off topic. Thanks Occhiolino


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