Have the elves, dwarves, or humans ever encountered or mined radioactive materials like uranium or sodium-22? If so, what would they have done with it? Would they have recognized the potential radiohazard like the elves did for Vroengard after the Thuviel explosion?
What's on your mind?
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Since CP has been talking about a new book, I'm kinda curious on who you all think will be the next Big Bad for Eragon's New Riders and their allies to face down. Share your thoughts?
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They said that Galbatorix looked somewhere around 40 years old or something because of losing his original dragon. Yet in the previous books, they said that he was pretty much immortal. Is it possible that over the course of the centuries or millennia that he gets old and die? Also, if that happened, what would happen to Shruikan?
In the Belgabad page, it says that his age is 8500+. Yet, the first dwarf was born 8000 years ago before the cycle started and they are supposed to be the oldest race in the land.
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Who do you think would win in an all out battle: Elves or Kull? (Assuming that they both have 7,000 troops and the Kull have 15 Riders of their own while the elves have 0)
I personally think that the elves would win against the Kull (despite them having 15 riders)because:
They are too fast for a Kull
They have a LOT more magicians
Their magicians are more powerful
The Kull riders would easily be killed by an elf (as the Kull would no have the proper Knowledge of The Ancient Language and not have the store of energy anywhere near an elf)
However, the 15 dragons might prove a bit of a problem against the elves.
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I just had a theory: let's just say that Saphira gets somewhere near the size of Shruikan or Belgabad (over the course of the millennia). How will Eragon climb on her?
So I know it isn't exactly Inheriwiki related but it's by the same author.
Those of you who've read it, what do you think? I loved it. The length of it was perfect for a long "project" of a book; it took me like a month to read (I'm a fast reader). I love all the twist and turns, and the idea of an alien species that communicates by scent is fascinating! I would give it 5/5.
Image for a moment that you went to a TV show studio and was given permission to make an Inheritance saga TV show; How long would you guys made it.
Example for me I would say at the very least 1 season of 16 episodes for Book 1; Maybe 2 seasons of 13 episodes for Book 2; Maybe 2 seasons of 13 episodes for Book 3; Maybe 2 seasons of 10 episodes for Book 4; In total I would have 7 seasons to do the whole Inheritance saga.
PS yes like all TV shows and movies you will need to conduce a lot from each book into a manageable season length.
Some presumptions, first:
There are lots of people living out "to the east" (where Eragon disappears off to after Inheritance) (also keep in mind I've never read The Fork, the Witch, and the Worm)
They are politically organized and on par with western Alagaesia's technology
What if, during the time of the main series (approx. 100 years after the fall of the Riders) the political entities at the time (the elves and dwarves first, ofc) become aware of a vast empire in the east, sort of like the Roman Empire? i.e. there would be legions, provinces, border walls, lots of assassination, all the things that exemplify pre-Renaissance world-conquering empires. How would the elven kingdom, dwarven kingdom, Empire, the Varden, Surda, etc. deal with the existence of this second empire, especially since this second empire is intent on conquering more lands and turning them into Imperial provinces?