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MISTBORN:Collected Tales,Mistborn secret history, the eleventh metal. And Allomancer Jak and the pits of Eltania-AUDIOBOOK/MP3
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MISTBORN:Collected Tales,Mistborn secret history, the eleventh metal. And Allomancer Jak and the pits of Eltania-AUDIOBOOK/MP3

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                      MISTBORN:Collected Tales

                                by Brandon Sanderson
  •                       Unabridged Audiobook
    This is a compilation of three companion stories to the original Mistborn series. 

    Spoiler Alert - It is recommended that you listen to the entire MISTBORN Series before listening to these short stories.

    Secret History builds upon the characterization, events, and worldbuilding of the original trilogy. Listen to it without that background will be a confusing process at best. In short, this isn’t the place to start your journey into Mistborn. (Though if you have listened to the trilogy—but it has been a while—you should be just fine, so long as you remember the characters and the general plot of the books.) Saying anything more here risks revealing too much. Even knowledge of this story’s existence is, in a way, a spoiler. There’s always another secret.

    The Eleventh Metal was written specifically for the Mistborn Adventure Game, a tabletop RPG. Please keep in mind that the story was intended to help a GM bring his players up to speed on the world if they haven’t read the books. There are a few goodies for those who want to know more about Kelsier, but this story is not meant to stand wholly on its own.

    Allomancer Jak and the Pits of Eltania is a short story about an adventuring Allomancer as told by him and edited by his Terrisman steward, Handerwym. Handerwym's annotations imply that the narrator is unreliable (prone to exaggeration and ignorance), but we do find out some of information about Koloss society post-Catacendre