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== Hemalurgic Use ==
== Hemalurgic Use ==
When used as a Hemalurgic spike, chromium might steal destiny.{{file ref| Hemalurgy table.jpg | Hemalurgy Table}}
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 ==
== Speculation ==

Revision as of 02:19, 5 January 2019

The Allomantic symbol for chromium

Chromium is the external enhancement pulling metal. An Allomancer burning chromium is able to make the metal reserves of another Allomancer vanish. Feruchemists can use chromium to store fortune, and when used as a Hemalurgic spike, chromium steals an unknown quality.

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] When burning away a person's metals, non-Invested metals go before the Invested ones.[2]

A Leecher can also drain other forms of Investiture. They would be fairly effective at draining a person's Breath or Stormlight.[3] They would also be able to Leech from a Lifeless.[4] A Leecher could prevent a Shardbearer from summoning their blade.[5]

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

When used as a Hemalurgic spike, chromium might steal destiny.[6]


This page or section deals with theories or speculation.
Please read carefully and note that this is not necessarily canonical.
  • Alonoe of the Ire mentions that drawing on Fortune can cause coincidences to happen.[7]
  • Odium implies it may be used to predict the future.[8]


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