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13th Jun '16 12:00:02 PM Radhil
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** ''Literature/WhiteSand'', a graphic novel adapted from one of his unpublished works.

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** ''Literature/WhiteSand'', ''ComicBook/WhiteSand'', a graphic novel adapted from one of his unpublished works.
2nd Jun '16 2:27:08 PM Kakai
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** ''Literature/WhiteSand'', a graphic novel adapted from one of his unpublished works.
28th Mar '16 6:02:12 PM pablo360
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* The ''Literature/AlcatrazSeries'', notable in that while they're aimed at the Children/YA audience, they still have his signature cool new magic systems, philosophical digressions, and a decidedly snarky sense of humor.

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* The ''Literature/AlcatrazSeries'', notable in that while they're aimed at the Children/YA Middle Grade (4[[superscript:th]]-8[[superscript:th]] grade) audience, they still have his signature cool new magic systems, philosophical digressions, and a decidedly snarky sense of humor.
17th Feb '16 3:52:13 PM Discar
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8th Jan '16 2:58:53 PM Discar
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* OurGodsAreGreater: The Shards of Adonalsium. Each Shard embodies an aspect (Honor, Preservation, Ruin, Odium, Cultivation, etc.) of the now-shattered Adonalsium, and holds a portion of its former power; the Shards also act as the source of the Cosmere's various magic systems. Shards and their holders have significant power to alter reality, but are limited by their aspect in how they can supply their magic. Preservation gifts you magic while Ruin steals magic from another with some fraction of the magic ruined. They are also limited to some extent in what they can do with their magic. Cultivation, who presumably cares about cultivating things for the future, is better at seeing the future than Honor, who cares about honor in the present.

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* OurGodsAreGreater: OurGodsAreDifferent: The Shards of Adonalsium. Each Shard embodies an aspect (Honor, Preservation, Ruin, Odium, Cultivation, etc.) of the now-shattered Adonalsium, and holds a portion of its former power; the Shards also act as the source of the Cosmere's various magic systems. Shards and their holders have significant power to alter reality, but are limited by their aspect in how they can supply their magic. Preservation gifts you magic while Ruin steals magic from another with some fraction of the magic ruined. They are also limited to some extent in what they can do with their magic. Cultivation, who presumably cares about cultivating things for the future, is better at seeing the future than Honor, who cares about honor in the present.
4th Jan '16 8:04:04 PM Discar
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* InsufficientlyAdvancedAliens: Since FTL travel and communication rely on PsychicPowers rather than technology, it is perfectly possible for a race to have interstellar travel before they invent the wheel. (This is explicitly stated to have happened at least once). In total, humans are several orders of magnitude more technologically advanced than any other race.

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* InsufficientlyAdvancedAliens: InsufficientlyAdvancedAlien: Since FTL travel and communication rely on PsychicPowers rather than technology, it is perfectly possible for a race to have interstellar travel before they invent the wheel. (This is explicitly stated to have happened at least once). In total, humans are several orders of magnitude more technologically advanced than any other race.
4th Jan '16 5:01:39 AM ReaderAt2046
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* InsufficientlyAdvancedAliens: Since FTL travel and communication rely on PsychicPowers rather than technology, it is perfectly possible for a race to have interstellar travel before they invent the wheel. (This is explicitly stated to have happened at least once). In total, humans are several orders of magnitude more technologically advanced than any other race.
4th Nov '15 11:38:31 AM KaladinStormblessed
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**Another Example is the idea of ascending to godhood. It happens to many characters in his books, all in different ways.
15th Oct '15 3:01:02 PM hobbitguy1420
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* AfterTheEnd: Used in both ''Literature/{{Elantris}}'' (where it's just the titular city), ''Literature/MistbornTheOriginalTrilogy'' (where the whole world is post-apocalyptic), ''Literature/TheStormlightArchive'' (where The End just keeps coming in a cycle of EternalRecurrence), TheReckonersTrilogy (civilization was destroyed by superhumans)...there's alot of this going around.

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* AfterTheEnd: Used in both ''Literature/{{Elantris}}'' (where it's just the titular city), ''Literature/MistbornTheOriginalTrilogy'' (where the whole world is post-apocalyptic), ''Literature/TheStormlightArchive'' (where The End just keeps coming in a cycle of EternalRecurrence), TheReckonersTrilogy (civilization was destroyed by superhumans)...there's alot a lot of this going around.



* BittersweetEnding: At the end Kai feels horrible, but he has learned alot and is going to start coming out of his isolation.

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* BittersweetEnding: At the end Kai feels horrible, but he has learned alot a lot and is going to start coming out of his isolation.
25th Sep '15 6:22:14 PM ReaderAt2046
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* BugWar: {{Inverted}}. The humans and the bugs are on the same side.


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* EasyAmnesia: H.A.R.R.E. is stated to recently have taken enough damage that his AI had to be restored from some kind of backup, causing him to lose a lot of the experience he should have had from hundreds of drops with Karith.


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* RobotWar: The various other races of the galaxy vs. the boilers.
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