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** Also, think it from [[spoiler: Pattern's]] point of view. Luckly, [[spoiler: for it BlueAndOrangeMorality is in effect]], but he fully knows the person [[spoiler: it]] is closest to hates [[spoiler: it]], and will kill [[spoiler: it]] in the future.

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** Also, think it from [[spoiler: Pattern's]] point of view. Luckly, [[spoiler: for it him BlueAndOrangeMorality is in effect]], but he fully knows the person [[spoiler: it]] he]] is closest to hates [[spoiler: it]], him]], and will kill [[spoiler: it]] him]] in the future.


—->’’’Kaladin:’’’ Storms. Elokhar is Dalinar’s Tien.

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—->’’’Kaladin:’’’ -->'''Kaladin:''' Storms. Elokhar is Dalinar’s Tien.


-->'''Szeth:''' [[SanitySlippage THEY TOLD ME I WAS TRUTHLESS!]]

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-->'''Szeth:''' [[SanitySlippage THEY TOLD ME I WAS TRUTHLESS!]]TRUTHLESS!]]
* Kaladin trying to justify Elokhars murder and making a horrible realization between the king and Dalinar
—->’’’Kaladin:’’’ Storms. Elokhar is Dalinar’s Tien.

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** Also, think it from [[spoiler: Pattern's]] point of view. Luckly, [[spoiler: for it BlueAndOrangeMorality is in effect]], but he fully knows the person [[spoiler: it]] is closest to hates [[spoiler: it]], and will kill [[spoiler: it]] in the future.
* Kaladin being told by the Stormfather that [[spoiler: he killed Syl.]]


* "I don't want revenge. I want my family."

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* "I don't want revenge. I want my family.""
* Szeth's realization that [[spoiler: he was right about the Radiants' return the entire time, meaning that he was made Truthless for nothing.]]
-->'''Szeth:''' [[SanitySlippage THEY TOLD ME I WAS TRUTHLESS!]]


--> That was the real Shallan. She knew it as surely as she knew her own name. The person she had become instead was a lie, one she had fabricated in the name of survival.

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--> That was the real Shallan. She knew it as surely as she knew her own name. The person she had become instead was a lie, one she had fabricated in the name of survival.survival.
* "I don't want revenge. I want my family."


** Not to mention the revelation that she also [[spoiler: had to kill her mother, who apparently turned on Shallan due to some sort of FantasticRacism.]]

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** Not to mention the revelation that she also [[spoiler: had to kill her mother, who apparently turned on Shallan due to some sort of FantasticRacism.]]]]
* Shallan reveals what lies BeneathTheMask:
--> An image formed in front of her, born of Stormlight, created by instinct. She hadn't needed to draw this image first, for she knew it too well.
--> The image was of herself. Shallan, as she ''should'' be. Curled in a huddle on the bed, unable to weep for she had long since run out of tears. This girl... not a woman, a girl... flinched whenever spoken to. She expected everyone to shout at her. She could not laugh, for laughter had been squeezed from her by a childhood of darkness and pain.
--> That was the real Shallan. She knew it as surely as she knew her own name. The person she had become instead was a lie, one she had fabricated in the name of survival.

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** Particularly since Shallan fails to soulcast anything else when she tries later. The only reason that she succeeded was that the ''Wind's Pleasure'' accepted her point that its crew would be slaughtered unless it changed, and gave up its life for its crew.


* About 90% of Shallan's flashbacks, but the one where she [[spoiler:poisons her father]], then [[spoiler:strangles him with a necklace he gave her as a present]] stands out.

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* About 90% of Shallan's flashbacks, but the one where she [[spoiler:poisons her father]], then [[spoiler:strangles him with a necklace he gave her as a present]] stands out.out.
** Not to mention the revelation that she also [[spoiler: had to kill her mother, who apparently turned on Shallan due to some sort of FantasticRacism.]]


* The attack on the ''Wind's Fury'' early in the book. Not only are innocent soldiers [[spoiler:and Jasnah]] cut down, but Shallan has to soulcast the boat into water to escape. The ship is intelligent, and just wants to serve. It sounds so...sad that it isn't able to remain serving as a ship.

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* The attack on the ''Wind's Fury'' Pleasure'' early in the book. Not only are innocent soldiers [[spoiler:and Jasnah]] cut down, but Shallan has to soulcast the boat into water to escape. The ship is intelligent, and just wants to serve. It sounds so...sad that it isn't able to remain serving as a ship.

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* The attack on the ''Wind's Fury'' early in the book. Not only are innocent soldiers [[spoiler:and Jasnah]] cut down, but Shallan has to soulcast the boat into water to escape. The ship is intelligent, and just wants to serve. It sounds so...sad that it isn't able to remain serving as a ship.
* About 90% of Shallan's flashbacks, but the one where she [[spoiler:poisons her father]], then [[spoiler:strangles him with a necklace he gave her as a present]] stands out.

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