What is the setting for the second Mistborn series?
It is set in an Urban setting with modern technologies
The series is still called Mistborn, but the new setting starts with the book The Alloy of Law.
The Mistborn series was written by Brandon Sanderson.
Brandon Sanderson said that it is going to be a 'trilogy of a trilogies'. The second sequel is set in an urban setting with modern technology. However The Alloy of Law is a stand alone short novel, not the start of the second sequel.
The new series happens many years after the original, and it does have a steampunk feel to it.
Not likely, as it's hundreds of years later. Unless Brandon brings Sazed into it.
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The Final Empire The Well of Ascension The Hero of Ages
Technically it has grown to be more than a trilogy. The original trilogy is: The Final Empire The Well of Ascension The Hero of Ages But there is another 4 book series so far written 300 years after the original trilogy based on Wax and Wayne during a roughly industrial revolution era technologically. The Alloy of Law Shadows of Self The Bands of Mourning The Lost Metal (2018 or 2019). There are also several short… Read More
Allomancers were people who could 'burn' certain metals, temporarily gaining powers. Those who could burn only one were called mistings, those who could burn all-Mistborn.
Kandra's are used by the main houses as spies against the other houses.
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An allomantic pulse is a signal a person burning metals emits. The signals can be traced by someone burning bronze.
There are 676 pages in Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson.
Mistborn: The Final Empire 541 pages, in hardback.
A misting is a person who can only burn a single metal. Clubs, Hammond, and Breeze are all mistings. A Mistborn is someone who can burn all metals. Kelsier and Vin are both Mistborn.
They were used for pushing so the mistborn could propel themselves into the air.
The Skaa are essentially the lower working class in a society that has no middle class. They aren't paid for their work but receive food tokens in exchange for their work.
He currently has one in the works set 300 years after the end of the Mistborn Trilogy.
As a person's name it means great champion. As a character in the Mistborn series by Brandon Sanderson, it means one of a race of super-human creatures that can impersonate almost anything.
Despite everything that went on around Kelsier he always managed to keep a sense of humor. Making sure to keep everyone in a lighter mood.
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix or The Mist of Avalon or Eragon,or Eldest,or Brisinger another is the Mistborn series which is about 8 books long and about 35 points each.
White was a very unusual color in the empire due to all of the ashfall. It was about impossible to keep it clean, so it was very striking. It made him stand out.
There were 4 creatures that the Lord Ruler in the series. They were the Koloss, the inquisitors, the mistwraith and the Kandra. The Mistwraith and the Kandra are very close to being the same but the Kandra have a sentient mind.
The Night Angel Trilogy by Brent Weeks A Song of Ice and Fire by George R.R. Martin The Codex Alera series by Jim Butcher The Long Price Quartet by Daniel Abraham The Mistborn Trilogy by Brandon Sanderson The Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan
1. The Mistborn series by Brandon Sanderson (who picked up for Robert Jordan wrapping up the Wheel of Time) is very good. The audio version is narrated by Michael Kramer, who does a great job with it.
Kandras are paid for their contracts using atium, the most valuable metal. For more information, see the last section of the book the Hero of Ages.
The Lord Ruler
No, the mists were Preservations body.
The setting is a parallel universe in the 1800-1900s.
Brandon Sanderson is an author who writes interesting and fascinating books and they include; 1.Mistborn Trilogy Boxed Set (Mistborn, The Hero of Ages, & The Well of Ascension) 2.The Way of Kings (The Stormlight Archive) 3.Words of Radiance (The Stormlight Archive, Book 2) 4.Towers of Midnight (The Wheel of Time) 5.The Rithmatist 6.The Gathering Storm (Wheel of Time) b
It is the same style of writing, and they have some similar themes. The storylines are different enough to make it worth reading them both. If you liked one, it is very likely that you will like the other.
It's in a forest in the original series then by a lake in the power of three series.
the setting is bikini bottom, Pacific Ocean
Through the descriptions throughout the book, the landscape was covered in what would be akin to dead grass, short brown and dead looking, the trees that were there were short, and covered with brown leaves.
The mist was actually Preservation's body.
In the Mistborn book series by Brandon Sanderson, a kandra was a creature that could imitate other creatures, or humans, by eating their bones. They were often contracted by humans for political schemes where they would quietly replace a person and continue living their lives.
Slowswift was a noble informant that Vin used in Fadrex.
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There is no second series
The setting is mostly in the school but it you could use the park too.
The major setting is in Count Olaf's mansion
The setting is Uncle Monty's house.
The question is unclear 'What is the setting for Professor Dumbldore' - Prof Dumbldore doesn't have a setting. The term 'setting' is used for a place or location not a person.
No, there will not be a second Harry Potter series.
The second series is called the New Prophecy.
The second book of the series is Flyte.
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