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==Allomantic Use==
 
==Allomantic Use==
 
A chromium [[Misting]] is known as a '''Leecher'''. Chromium acts just like [[aluminum]] inside the body, causing any [[Allomancer]]s touched by a Leecher to lose their metal reserves.{{book ref|aol|part=ars}} Chromium is already widely known as of the events of [[Shadows of Self]], as shown when [[Reddi]] mentions that there is a Leecher in the [[Elendel]] constables' employ.
 
A chromium [[Misting]] is known as a '''Leecher'''. Chromium acts just like [[aluminum]] inside the body, causing any [[Allomancer]]s touched by a Leecher to lose their metal reserves.{{book ref|aol|part=ars}} Chromium is already widely known as of the events of [[Shadows of Self]], as shown when [[Reddi]] mentions that there is a Leecher in the [[Elendel]] constables' employ.
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A Leecher could prevent a [[Shardbearer]] from summoning their blade.{{17s ref|post|545970|date=2017-03-19|text=If a Leecher was holding a Shardbearer and burning [chromium], would the Shardbearer be able to summon their Blade?}}
   
 
==Feruchemical Use==
 
==Feruchemical Use==

Revision as of 09:28, 30 October 2017

The Allomantic symbol for chromium

Chromium is the external enhancement pulling metal.

Allomantic Use

A chromium Misting is known as a Leecher. Chromium acts just like aluminum inside the body, causing any Allomancers touched by a Leecher to lose their metal reserves.[1] Chromium is already widely known as of the events of Shadows of Self, as shown when Reddi mentions that there is a Leecher in the Elendel constables' employ.

A Leecher could prevent a Shardbearer from summoning their blade.[2]

Feruchemical Use

The Feruchemical symbol for chromium

A chromium Ferring is known as a Spinner. Chromium is used to store fortune. A Feruchemist filling a chromiummind will be unlucky, and can tap it to increase his luck.[1]

Hemalurgic Use

It is unknown what trait or quality chromium steals when used as a hemalurgic spike, as chromium is discovered after era 1 of Mistborn. It is only in Misborn era 1 that hemalurgy is in widespread use, and therefore only in era 1 that a list of the hemalurgic uses for metals is listed in the Ars Arcarnum.


Speculation

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Please read carefully and note that this is not necessarily canonical.

In Mistborn Secret History, in a conversation with Alonoe in Ire (part 5, ch 2), it's mentioned that drawing on Fortune can cause coincidences to happen.


Notes

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