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    Interview: Sep 24th, 2013

    Chris King (Miyabi)

    Here we move to more clarification type questions or different questions along those lines. Rather than more over-arching questions. We've got here: When are we going to see a mechanical way to use the Metallic Arts?

    Brandon Sanderson

    Once the technology is appropriately caught up and once I feel like it's right. It's going to be a little while.

    Chris King (Miyabi)

    We've actually had a conversation on the forums about using Lurchers and Coinshots in a way to power a train of sorts. It has inspired some interesting conversations.

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    Interview: Sep 24th, 2013

    Chris King (Miyabi)

    Does mechanical Feruchemy draw from the user or the machine?

    Brandon Sanderson

    Let's see if I can phrase this correctly. Feruchemy— I don't want you to guess everything I'm going to do, then the books won't be interesting for you in the future— When I'm approaching using them mechanically I'm trying to keep to the core principles of the magic as much as possible.

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