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{{row|Bind Point|Spike Types|Hemalurgic Effect|Seen in|pre=!}}
 
{{row|Bind Point|Spike Types|Hemalurgic Effect|Seen in|pre=!}}
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{{row|Heart|
{{row|The Back Between the Shoulder Blades|Spike type varies. It is also known as a linchpin spike.|Unknown; binds other spikes together to keep the receiver alive|Normal Inquisitors{{book ref|mb3|5}}}}
 
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#Bronze
{{row|Eyesocket|Steel|Unconfirmed, likely Allomantic Steel and Iron|Normal Inquisitors{{book ref|mb3|5}}}}
 
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#Pewter
{{row|Between Ribs|Steel|Unconfirmed, likely Allomantic Pewter and Tin|Normal Inquisitors{{book ref|mb3|5}}}}
 
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{{row|Between Ribs|Bronze|Allomantic Brass, Zinc, Copper, and Bronze|Normal Inquisitors{{book ref|mb3|5}}}}
 
 
#Allomantic Copper{{book ref|mb3|34}}
{{row|Between Ribs|Gold|Feruchemical Gold|Normal Inquisitors{{ref|text=The early editions of the books said Feruchemical healing was granted by pewter spikes{{epigraph ref|mb3|36}}, even though the hemalurgy table says pewter spikes only give Physical Feruchemical abilities.{{file ref|Hemalurgy_table.jpg|Table of Hemalurgic Metals}} And the early editions didn't mention the health spike in The Hero of Ages chapter 5{{book ref|mb3|5}}. Later editions of the books changed that to a gold spike in both places.}}}}
 
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#Feruchemical Steel|
{{row|Chest{{book ref|mb1|Epilogue}}|Atium|Allomantic Atium|Normal Inquisitors{{book ref|mb1|34}}}}
 
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#Penrod
{{row|Heart|Pewter|Feruchemical Steel|The Inquisitor at Vetitan{{book ref|mb3|5}}}}
 
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#The Inquisitor at Vetitan}}
{{row|Heart|Bronze|Allomantic Copper|Penrod{{book ref|mb3|34}}}}
 
 
{{row|Sternum|Steel|Allomantic Steel|Zane}}
 
{{row|Sternum|Steel|Allomantic Steel|Zane}}
 
{{row|Eyesocket|Steel|Unconfirmed, likely Allomantic Steel and Iron|Normal Inquisitors}}
 
{{row|Earlobe|Bronze|Allomantic Bronze|Vin}}
 
{{row|Earlobe|Bronze|Allomantic Bronze|Vin}}
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{{row|Between Ribs|
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#Steel
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#Bronze
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#Unconfirmed, likely Allomantic Pewter and Tin
 
#Allomantic Brass, Zinc, Copper, and Bronze|
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#Normal Inquisitors
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#Normal Inquisitors}}
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{{row|Shoulders|
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# Steel
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# Iron, Tin, Zinc, & Copper
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# Pewter Allomancy
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# Kandra Blessings|
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#Spook
 
#Kandra (Note, however, that [[Kandra]] do not consistently have shoulders)}}
 
{{row|Upper Arm|Bronze|Allomantic Bronze|Quellion}}
 
{{row|Upper Arm|Bronze|Allomantic Bronze|Quellion}}
 
{{row|Between Shoulder Blades|Spike type varies. It is also known as a linchpin spike.|Unknown; binds other spikes together to keep the receiver alive|Normal Inquisitors}}
{{row|Shoulders|Steel|Allomantic Pewter|Spook}}
 
{{row|Shoulders|Iron, Tin, Zinc, & Copper|Kandra Blessings|Kandra (Note, however, that [[Kandra]] do not consistently have shoulders)}}
 
 
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== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
 
* People with Hemalurgy have been to Roshar and may have been seen on screen in the [[The Stormlight Archive]]. Who these people are is unknown.{{wob ref|8665}}
 
* People with Hemalurgy have been to Roshar and may have been seen on screen in the [[The Stormlight Archive]]. Who these people are is unknown.{{wob ref|8665}}
 
* The early editions of the books said Feruchemical healing was granted by pewter spikes{{epigraph ref|mb3|36}}, even though the hemalurgy table says pewter spikes only give Physical Feruchemical abilities.{{file ref|Hemalurgy_table.jpg|Table of Hemalurgic Metals}} And the early editions didn't mention the health spike in The Hero of Ages chapter 5{{book ref|mb3|5}}. Later editions of the books changed that to a gold spike in both places.
 
 
== Notes ==
 
== Notes ==
 
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