- Kv dreams of things right after his troupe is killed. He notes he dreamt of knowledge he never had. I propose that the Amyr did arrive after the Chandrian left, but could not be seen. These dreams likely came to him from the Amyr, as at the end of the dream he see's giant waystones forming a circle around him. The greystones are the amyr, or related to them.
- Auri has been sent by the Amyr, Sithe or another group. There is likely a huge interest in Kvothe because he survived the chandrian. Kv first meets Auri (Ari) in Tarbean. He points out a 'boy' with blonde hair that is helping the other homeless children when he goes to say goodbye. This 'boy' named Ari commands the attention of all the other children. Whether he has made this connection in present day is unknown.
- Auri may be faen. This explains why she looks 20 and acts younger. She makes reference to the cthae when she mentions wanting the shimmer off the wings of a blue dragonfly and being close enough to touch them. She first shows up when a sliver of sunlight hits the courtyard were she lives. She has no problem opening the gate to get inside. She mentions wanting the moon but not getting it. Makes me think of Jax/Iax.
- Kvothe kills Wilem. This may be the poet, or king. Chronicler does he not answer "Did you design it yourself?" when Kv asks about the cipher he will use. Instead he stares at the paper for a long while and changes the subject. Wilem says later that he fumbled his cipher with Lorren during admissions. Additionally, in one of the books a connection is made between working in the archives and eventually becoming a scribe.
- There is a significant group known as the Grey Twelve. The number twelve is used A LOT when you see someone cursing another person, usually with a reference to color as well. Auri tells Kv that a mother owl made nest in an area of the Underthing she calls Grey Twelve, which was 'bold as brass', rare, as owls are wise before bold. This owl has a face like a wicked moon. This group/area is likely significant. Who are these twelve?
- Kvothe tells us his name is pronounced Quothe. Elodin tells us about the name of a place called Quoyan Hayel, House of the Wind. Quoyan is likely made from two parts: Quo (wind) and -ian (like in the word Canadian). So part of Kvothe's name means Wind. What about the rest of it?
- El'the likely means: the singers. Kvothe means Wind Signer.
Edit: I started with like 40 bullet points, but eventually scrapped a few that I thought spoiled too much, and a few that require more work. If anyone has a PDF version of the second book, let me know. I have no problem asking for it because I paid for both books
*Auri is a cracked girl at the university, she may be Princess Ariel, we don't know, but she wasn't in Tarbean - Elodin says he's been coming to see her for 2 years or something similar in Wise Man's Fear. Kvothe would have still been at Tarbean 2 years ago at the point that Elodin says that.
*She's not Fae, the Underthing is full of iron, and she doesn't seem discomfited.
*There's no indication that Kvothe kills Wil. Simmon is the poet, and Kvothe doesn't really seem to find the name Kaysera the Poet-killer shocking, just amusing. He's taken aback when the smith's apprentice first says it, because it's something he's never heard before. Later on, he smiles when he remembers it. The confusion in the name of the sword probably comes from the idea that a Caesura is a break in a line of poetry, some ignorant farmer misheard/misunderstood and believed that Kvothe had used his sword, Kaysera, to break a poet. Also, Wil is Cealdish, why would become the King of Vint?
*We're told what Kvothe's name means. I don't think his father had any reason to lie O-o.
*El'the probably means Listener. See-er, Speaker, Listener seems to be the logical Namer progression.