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Just in general, how is Stormlight Archive related to the rest of the cosmere? Or can you say?
I will tell you that one of the novels I skipped is actually set in the same solar system.
Oh...so this is the series that that book shares.
Yes, this is the series that the book shares that I skipped. I was planning to do it first, but now was the time to do the Stormlight Archive. So you will eventually see a book set on a planet in the same solar system. You could just pick out in the sky of Roshar if you were watching when ..., and it may even get mentioned because it's a fairly close planet.
Is that on Divine Silence?
Silence Divine happens there.
What is the name of that planet?
Hmm...should I tell you?
Oh, Peter says no.
You got PAFO'd.
(laughter continues) Go ask Peter and find out.
No, it's like, Peter and not find out.
(still laughing) PANFO.
Yeah, PANFO'd, Peter and not find out. Good.
(more laughter) We just won't leave.
Yeah, so, I will tell you the name of that planet once it is out like I've told you the rest of them.
Ok, fair enough.
Because I know Braize is the third one, I've heard that, is that true?
I'm staying closed-lipped about a lot of this.
Can you tell me which is the most massive moon [of Roshar]? Not the biggest, but the most massive.
I think the biggest is the most massive. All three moons are much closer than our moon is.
And so is that Nomon?
How big is Nomon on the night sky, like compared to our moon?
Larger than our moon, but not dominating of the sky. [...] I do believe Nomon is bigger, but I had to have Peter run those calculations, so he may come back and say no Brandon, that's not possible, but I do believe it's bigger than our moon in the sky. You're supposed to be able to see moderately well by Nomon.
So, one more time.
So, we have figured all this out. It's in the wiki--so me just saying--it's not in the wiki that you can find. I would need to go compare this. All the calculations on things like this--this is stuff where I sat down with Peter, who knows much more astronomy than me and said "here's what I want" and he's like "well it has to be this" and I put that in.
I believe they do but I'm not 100% sure.
We had to fudge that because as you said, if there were any it'd be all the time.