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=== Awakening ===
 
=== Awakening ===
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It is possible for a spike to be [[Awakening|Awakened]], but it would be more difficult than Awakening metal without a Hemalurgic charge.{{wob ref|1803}} It is theoretically possible to spike a [[Lifeless]], if "there was enough of the soul left for the spike to take".{{wob ref|2863}} Hemalurgy can also be used to spike a [[Divine Breath]] from a [[Returned]],{{wob ref|11389}} and the recipient would not need to consume a Breath a week.{{wob ref|14149}} It is unclear if normal Breaths can be stolen using Hemalurgy, since they are primarily in the Physical Realm and not attached to the soul.{{wob ref|5282}}
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It is possible for a spike to be [[Awakening|Awakened]], but it would be more difficult than Awakening metal without a Hemalurgic charge.{{wob ref|1803}} It is theoretically possible to spike a [[Lifeless]], if "there was enough of the soul left for the spike to take".{{wob ref|2863}} Hemalurgy can also be used to spike a [[Divine Breath]] from a [[Returned]],{{wob ref|11389}} and the recipient would not need to consume a Breath a week.{{wob ref|14149}} It is unclear if if normal Breaths can be stolen using Hemalurgy, since they are primarily in the Physical Realm and not attached to the soul.{{wob ref|5282}}
   
 
=== Surgebinding ===
 
=== Surgebinding ===

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