In fae realm time doesnt work like in the world and when kvothe meats cthaeh he should be killed but he didnt and the who should kill kvothe when he talks cthaeh went to hunt down chandrians and i think because the time abnormalitie kvothe got lucky and didnt get killed in both time
What's on your mind?
We know that faen are basically immortal and don't change appearance. Bast may appear young, but can be very old. Perhaps he appeared to Kvothe's mother long ago and things happened. And she became pregnant. A traveling troupe of Edema Ruh came along and a young, handsome fellow named Arliden flirted with her a bit and she told him her secret. That she's pregnant and her family was going to kill her or put her in a convent or something. He agreed to raise the baby as his own.
Why don't Arliden and Laurian have other kids when they're obviously sexually active? Perhaps Arliden is sterile.
And dont forget that betrayal comes from your friend not your enemies and to think that kvothe dont have to much friends who would betray him
Why is Kilvin trying so hard to find this lamp? An ordinary personal obsession? Or is it something much more important? Could the ever-burning lamps have a key role in the series? Do you have any theory about this issue?
Why manet and elodin ask about same question to kvothe about spades
When his parents were killed, they were by a waystone. When searching the woods for the Chandrian and the draccus appears, a blue flame is seen from a distance, where they find the waystone. In the third book, Kvothe will learn how to use this power and travel with it. "Waystone Inn" "Traveler's Inn" "Doors of Stone" Way"Stone" They are doorways... literally made of stone..
In NOTW Denna asks about a magic where whatever is written has to be followed. People cannot disobey the words no matter what they try , wish or do.
Code ---> Written
Yllish grammer has a strange ownership pattern like the example of socks and owner, just like owner owns socks socks also owns a part of owner.
Denna is among handful of persons who actually is proificient in Yllish
just like the Amyr, Yllish is a hopelessly difficult line of study
What if Denna is bound by some Yllish knot magic and forced to behave the way she does ??
What if Kvoth's lack of sympathy and Naming skills are because he has changed his Name, or someone changed it for him.
In Wise Man's Fear, while on the Stone Bridge Kvoth asked Master Elodin about changing ones name and he is horrified. This could explain why he is so different in the present. Bast thinks Kvoth is becoming Kote, but maybe his disguise is more than just acting. Maybe he changed his Name?
The Maer's new wife is Kvothe's Aunt. His mothers sister. Denna's secret sponsor is really Bredon aka Mr Ash
Kvothe is actually Taborlin the Great.
Unless he is trolling, as is possible, this would answer and create so many questions...
Vallare just means "to surround with stone", so it makes sense to me that 'vallare -itas' just translates to "the condition or quality of being surrounded by stone". I see a lot of people reaching for other latin roots, but if we're going the borrowed-latin root seen in some other words in the books, this is what makes the most sense. I just doubt it's actually as much a clue as it is a descriptor.
Am I really the only one who immediately thought about "In a box, no lid or locks Lackless keeps her husband's rocks" after reading Denna's stone's story?
Also, the normalized theory of it being Denna telling Kvothe he abandoned her is stupid, sorry not sorry.
I read this theory about Denna being Haliax and this theory came to my mind:
We know Lanre's wife, Lyra died. But How?
Maybe giving birth to a child!?
A girl with het mother's beauty and voice !?
A girl with Black hair named DENNA ?!!
And She hates her father for the terrible things that he has done? So she wants to stop him by joining the order of Amyr with help of "Master Ash" ?
Or She is helping her father by going inside of Amyrs and help to destroy them from inside?
P.S: in this theory MASTER ASH is a member of the order of Amyr
Thanks for reading, I'd like to know what's Your idea about this theory
The colors seem to match, and it would be an ironic twist.
I honestly think the The Doors of Stone will most likely be concluded with another epilogue describing the silence of three parts, and that Kote will still be waiting to die. If anyone has any thoughts (espesially compelling reasons for the contrary), I'd be anxious to hear them.
I was rereading NOTW and a line stuck out to me. When Kvothe is banned from the archives he begins to tell Lorren "I didnt mean--" Lorren cuts him off saying "You mean? I care nothing for your intentions E'lir Kvothe, deceived or otherwise. All that matters is your actions."
The Amyr hold the opposite philosophy, they believe Ivare Enim Euge, For the Greater Good. Intentions matter to the Amyr more than anything, they excuse all kinds of terrible actions (ie the Duke of Gibea) when done with good intentions (for the greater good).
Lorren cares about actions, not intentions. There is more to Lorren than meets the eye, but he is no Amyr.
In Kvothe’s internal monologue when he speaks with the Cthaeth, he mentions that he briefly glimpses motion in the branches of the Cthaeh’s tree.
The term used to describe this motion is sinuous, which is a term used often to describe the motion of a snake.
The motif of a tree associated with destructive knowledge also seems to be a parallel between the two.
Also, when Bast describes the Cthaeh, he considers it the worst thing in the fae and human worlds, and this would fit with how the serpent in eden is perceived, as the ultimate enemy of the Hebrew God and thus of all creation.
I’m not saying Rothfuss intends the Cthaeh to be the satan figure, but he is making a comparison, and so it would be fitting to view the Cthaeh as the satan to Aleph’s God.