Dalinar is already ridiculed for astutely following the Alethi Codes of War and for his obsession with the in-world book, The Way of Kings. Relieved, he ceases all thoughts of abdicating and naming Adolin as Highprince.
We learn that Dalinar has no memory of his dead wife, mother to Adolin and Renarin. He can recall nothing of her, and when her name is spoken by others, he only hears a whispering shushing sound, Shshsh. Dalinar is completely without Shards in Words of Radiance , since trading Oathbringer for the freedom of a thousand slaves, and then gifting his plate to Renarin. After the betrayal of his old friend and ally, and once a countdown begins to appear on the walls during highstorms, Dalinar feels that he needs to either negotiate a peace with the Parshendi or expedite an Alethi victory.
After the Assassin in White appears to kill Dalinar, he truly begins to feel urgency. When his old friend Meridas Amaram arrives at the Shattered Plains, Dalinar announces that he is re-founding the Knights Radiant and names Amaram as their leader. He suspects Kaladin of being a Radiant, but Kaladin denies it until the Battle of Narak, when he arrives to save Dalinar from Szeth, literally plucking him from the sky. Once Shallan admits her Radiant status, saves the remnants of the Alethi armies that fought the new Parshendi forms, and takes them to Urithiru, Dalinar speaks the First Ideal and bonds the Stormfather.
He seems shallow at first glance but he continues to show depth that tends to surprise those around him, as well as readers. He holds a slight grudge against Kaladin for daring to command him to retreat during that battle, though he was in no shape to continue fighting. And well, the bridgeboy did save his life. He grows to care about her, and is genuinely distraught when he thinks her lost in the chasms.
To protect his father when meeting with the Parshendi to discuss a possible peace, Adolin poses as Dalinar to meet with Eshonai, but is discouraged when she does not desire peace. He fights her during the battle of Narak and knocks her off a plateau; Skar and Drehy of Bridge Four keep him from falling into the chasm along with her. Adolin, though, snaps and drives a dagger through his head.
When Oathbringer appears, he drops the Shardblade out a nearby window to hide it. He decides to seek out the Island of Misfit Toys… erm, Bridge Four, and asks to join their ranks so that he can learn to be a soldier. On the expedition to the center of the Shattered Plains, he grows frustrated when his father instructs him to accompany Shallan in search of the Oathgate, insisting that he can fight.
After Dalinar bonds the Stormfather, Renarin outs himself as a Radiant to his father, Shallan, and Kaladin, and named himself a Truthwatcher.
Surprise, surprise, the Magical Emo Assassin Szeth ends up being used by the Secretly Evil King Taravangian of Kharbranth to kill, like, all of the leaders of kingdoms across Roshar, in an attempt to destabilize society. Nalan, Herald of Justice, finds Szeth mostly dead and sticks his soul right back into his body. Szeth stands upon a precipice, from which he could fall in any of a number of directions.
Which way will he tip? The sole Parshendi Shardbearer is Eshonai, general of their army. Through her POVs in Words of Radiance , we learn of the different forms taken by the Listeners, as they refer to themselves, including dullform, which is the form the Parshendi use to disguise themselves as Parshmen, who are Listeners with no song. Eshonai has been attempting to find a way to speak with the Blackthorn, Dalinar Kholin, to discuss a peaceful end to their conflict, if such a thing is possible.
She wants to end the fighting before her people are annihilated, and she has respect for Dalinar. Venli discovers Stormform and despite her initial resistance to the idea of the form, Eshonai insists on submitting herself to the transformation before any other Listeners do so. She successfully takes on the new form but not only does her appearance change, her demeanor is greatly different than it had been previously.
They count among their members some probable worldhoppers. They attempted to kill Jasnah. They attempted to kill Amaram. Meridas Amaram is a member of this particular society, whose goal appears to be the return of power to the Vorin church. At the end of Words of Radiance , Amaram takes advantage of the confusion surrounding the majority of the Alethi armies beating feet to Narak and the Oathgate.
Thinking of how proud Gavilar would be at the return of the Voidbringers, he springs Taln—who had been brought to the Shattered Plains, along with a Shardblade that appears not to be the one he carried upon his arrival in Kholinar—out of prison. We know the most about this society. On the walls, the floors, the bed, etc.
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This document appears to foretell the future, and Taravangian worries that all he knows and loves will perish in the coming Desolation. King Gavilar was associated with The Diagram before his death, and his meddling with the Parshendi seems to have been what got him killed. He has a wonderfully sharp tongue and delivers clever yet cutting insults to Brightlords and Brightladies alike. He seems to like Dalinar and his sons and indeed, tends to be frank when speaking with them.
He also reveals that Sigzil of Bridge Four was his apprentice and he gifts Kaladin with a flute, which Kal promptly loses, because people who regularly fall through the sky are terrible at hanging onto pieces of flair.
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As suddenly as he arrives on the Shattered Plains, he disappears, only to show up in Kholinar, capital of Alethkar. The would-be Herald then collapses after lamenting his failure to prevent the coming of the Desolation. He first shows up, very briefly, as a carriage driver, and Shallan recognizes him. He then visits Kaladin in prison and tells another story… that of Fleet, who raced a highstorm. Rather, he has Kaladin tell him the story. Very interesting. Finally, Wit shows up at the very time, and in the very place, where Jasnah Kholin finally exits Shadesmar, alive and well. And irritated to see him.
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