FatalTragedy t1_ja8j9sr wrote

That's not what happened though. The gun belonged to his friend, who had left it in Miller's car, and who asked that he return it.

It's also unclear if Miller actually saw the text asking him to return it, or even aqare the gun had been left in his car, as he was already en route to pick up his friend when the text was sent.


FatalTragedy t1_j2491ah wrote

>find the soft/hard magic concept to be an explanation in search of a concept rather than a useful division.

Except it clearly is still a useful division, given that you actually have the same division. You just call it something different. What Sanderson calls hard magic you call not magic at all, while what Sanderson calls soft magic you just call magic. But the division is still there.