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By Brandon Sanderson

While Calamity lit up the sky, the Epics have been born. David's destiny has been tied to their villainy ever on the grounds that that ancient evening. Steelheart killed his father. Firefight stole his middle. And now Regalia has became his closest best friend right into a risky enemy.

David knew Prof's mystery, and saved it even if Prof struggled to regulate the results of his Epic powers. yet dealing with Obliteration in Babilar was once an excessive amount of. as soon as the Reckoners' chief, Prof has now embraced his Epic future. He's disappeared into these murky shadows of threat Epics are notorious for internationally, and everybody understands there's no turning back.

But everyone seems to be improper. Redemption is feasible for Epics -- Megan proved it. They're no longer misplaced. no longer thoroughly. And David is simply approximately loopy sufficient to stand down the main robust excessive Epic of all to get his buddy again. Or die trying.


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Ya, man,” he chuckled, brightening the mood. “Maybe this time we gettin’ a challenge for real. It’s been a long time, ya know. The truth is, I’ve been having the 32 R. J. Terrell same feelings as you, and before you got here, I had been practicing with my swords for about a month now. ” Kita sat up, interested. Taking Kita’s interest as a cue, Kenyatta continued. “It’s a move where you charge in low, with the left shoulder down. ” Kenyatta’s eyes glittered. “Then, ya bring in the left one and slice upward, allowing the power of the cut to pull ya all the way up.

People don’t jyas throw off powerful energy. They don’t emanate forces this strong from their very being. ” “There’s something else out there,” Kita replied. ” “And that’s why you come here now,” Kenyatta surmised. ” Kita stared at the palms of his hands as though they held the answers he sought. “I can feel something inside me. Like something coming awake. ” Kenyatta nodded as Kita spoke. “Same for me. ” Kita looked up. ” he asked. “Don’t look so excited, man,” Kenyatta said, narrowing his eyes.

He would have had it no other way. 24 C HAPTER F IVE A s she made her way up to the peak of Mount Yamanake, Akemi reflected on her own training. Her teacher always seemed to know exactly how to incorporate the correct training methods to comple-ment her abilities. As a girl, she had been capable of so much more than her classmates, and the master knew this. He’d been training Kenjiro for three years before she began, never once implying that she was actually exceeding her older brother’s progress.

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