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* WordOfGod: There are two Shards of Adonalsium on Sel; Devotion and Dominion [[spoiler: but their holders (Aona and Skai) were killed by Odium's holder Rayse, who then splintered their Shards so they could not be used.]]

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* WordOfGod: There are two Shards of Adonalsium on Sel; Devotion and Dominion Dominion, [[spoiler: but their holders (Aona and Skai) were killed by Odium's holder Rayse, who then splintered their Shards so they could not be used.]]]]
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** Hrathen was originally supposed to be a Dula who converted to Shu-Dereth and betrayed his own people to the Fjordell- this was changed because it undermined the ending of Hrathen's arc [[spoiler: where the very Fjordell Hrathen turns against his people and his prophet-king to do what's right]].

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** Hrathen was originally supposed to be a Dula who converted to Shu-Dereth and betrayed his own people to the Fjordell- this was changed because it undermined the ending of Hrathen's arc [[spoiler: where the very Fjordell Hrathen turns against his people and his prophet-king to do what's right]].right]].
* WordOfGod: There are two Shards of Adonalsium on Sel; Devotion and Dominion [[spoiler: but their holders (Aona and Skai) were killed by Odium's holder Rayse, who then splintered their Shards so they could not be used.]]

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Sanderson ended up changing several things from his original conception of the novel.
** Raoden was originally supposed to have been in Elantris for awhile, rather than a newcomer.
** Raoden was originally supposed to have a younger brother "the Mad Prince" who would act as a supporting villain, but was cut for being largely extraneous to the novel (though Sanderson admitted to liking the character)- Telrii ended up taking over the meatier portions of his role.
** Hrathen was originally supposed to be a Dula who converted to Shu-Dereth and betrayed his own people to the Fjordell- this was changed because it undermined the ending of Hrathen's arc [[spoiler: where the very Fjordell Hrathen turns against his people and his prophet-king to do what's right]].

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