Wednesday, February 21, 2018 1:35:31 PM
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Wednesday, February 21, 2018 10:45:15 AM
[spoiler] Halima was forsaken and Delana was a dark friend? submitted by /u/Darth_Pumpernickel [link] [comments]
Wednesday, February 21, 2018 10:27:43 AM
This is the first time I've reread aMoL since its release, and I know there is a lot of debate about the infamous pipe, but this quote: Rand took them, gathered them and in his hand held the fabric of creation itself Then he channeled it, spinning it into a different possibility. Where he first retaliates against the DO's evil vision of the future is making me think that Rand retained the ability to manipulate the fabric of creation at the very least while he was still so close to the ...
Wednesday, February 21, 2018 5:59:45 AM
Matrim Cauthon is, by far, my favorite character in this series, and probably any story really. He has so many moments that make me smile and laugh. The way he thinks is just hilarious. Just out of memory right now, some of my Mat moments are: The Aes Sedai spanking The letter to Her Royal Highness This line from TSR: "Are you deaf as well as blind, woman? I’m not a carpet to walk over, and I distinctly heard myself speak. If I pinch your bottom, you can slap my face, but until I do, I...
Wednesday, February 21, 2018 5:17:23 AM
Hey everyone! I was wondering what y'all opinions on who the most humble character is and why, since there seems to be a severe lack of humility in randland! Edit: ah, I should have put "most humble main character" but great answers though! Loial definitly takes the cake if everyone is in the running, that dude is like 10 feet of humble. submitted by /u/Angrypinecone [link] [comments]
Wednesday, February 21, 2018 3:14:10 AM
After two read-throughs I feel confident and saying that once Faile is kidnapped by the Aiel, her story and Perrins are entirely skippable, as well as Elayne barring a chapter here and there. You can do this and pretty much not miss anything of importance. It was all filler and mind numbingly boring. submitted by /u/UncleRooku87 [link] [comments]
Wednesday, February 21, 2018 1:25:21 AM
I came into work today, and my boss spotted my WoT wallpapers on my screens. I didn't know he read the books, and he turned out to be a huge fan. We talked for almost a half hour, and during that I admitted I had never gotten around to reading the final three books (ToM, TGS, AMoL). He went back to his desk, and after a few minutes came back and told me to check my email - there was an email from Amazon. He had bought the Kindle version of all three for me as a gift! I have a pretty cool...
Wednesday, February 21, 2018 12:49:08 AM
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Tuesday, February 20, 2018 11:53:45 PM
Congratulations on giving me a new obsession, guys. My original plan was to listen to these while I hiked for my summer job, but at this rate I’ll be done way before that. submitted by /u/AbesAmericanCousin [link] [comments]
Tuesday, February 20, 2018 11:38:33 PM
I'm about half way through the second book and I don't trust Selene. I have a feeling she's a dark friend or the evil woman saw in her dream. She might be part of the Black Ajah... I'm praying Rand doesn't get any closer to her. submitted by /u/Zainto [link] [comments]
Tuesday, February 20, 2018 10:27:20 PM
Dear Sony, Please, when you make the wheel of time show make Nynaeve's braid slap people in the face when she walks away angrily. Make it annoyingly consistent, and common, for Nynaeve to get angry and turn around in a huff, causing her braid to hit the people she was talking to in the face. Please make it more consistent than the plotline. Make it a visible source of distress to all the characters around her, and when she has no braid make it a visible source of relief Dear Sony, some...
Tuesday, February 20, 2018 8:18:43 PM
Hi, This is my first time reading the series and i have love it so far, specially the last two books. So my question is the above. I have really enjoyed the series but I really feel that it lacks characterization in the part of the bad guys. I really liked the bits of backstory about Lanfear and Asmodean but now they are kinda dead. So, Should I get my hopes up or not? I will definitely finished the series anyway. I am so pissed off about Asmodean! He deserved better! submitted by ...
Tuesday, February 20, 2018 4:09:51 PM
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Tuesday, February 20, 2018 2:17:42 PM
On your second read through what did you look for in particular? Where you right or wrong in any of your assumptions? Were you looking for something that wasn't there? For me I paid special attention to a few things. First the ones lots of people looked for I'm sure, such as Verin's lies and Min's predictions. I also paid special attention to a couple of characters, mostly Cadsuane, Gawyn, and Logain. In regards to Logain I was just hoping for more of him towards the end of the...
Tuesday, February 20, 2018 11:06:31 AM
Doing another read through. Mat seeing Rand when searching for the girls. Perrin's forge chapter. "There are Aiel in Tear" -- Lan. The third one gave me chills, that one line singlehandedly ups the ante bigtime, you know that shit is about to get real. Edit: Burn me, he sees him climbing the cliff to the Stone too. submitted by /u/bellsa61 [link] [comments]
Tuesday, February 20, 2018 10:15:52 AM
Apologies for butchering the spelling, I'm on audiobook 1) I don't think I've rage-hated a villain as much as I hated the sul'dam since Dolores Umbridge. Insufferable people who abuse power just make my blood boil. I actually had to put down the book for a few days after the first chapter of Egwene in captivity because I was so mad. It's fantastically written but hard to read. 2) I totally called that Ingtar was going to be a darkfriend. He was a little too insistent about...
Tuesday, February 20, 2018 7:41:53 AM
We know that the One Power is visually represented by threads of colored light 'woven' together. But what does this actually look like? Does anyone have any particularly accurate or at least compelling artistic renderings of the weaves as Jordan describes them? (Note: I'm asking because I'm working on a Moiraine cosplay, and would like to have a weave to play around with at photoshoots. I'll make it out of electroluminescent wire.) submitted by /u/avacash ...
Tuesday, February 20, 2018 3:04:46 AM
Why didn’t Elyas try to train Perrin with Hopper in ToM? Or in TGS? He’s with Perrin for like 4 books, and I don’t remember Perrin encountering him in the Wolf Dream at all. submitted by /u/hannik_saal1863 [link] [comments]
Tuesday, February 20, 2018 2:07:22 AM
I grew up reading TWoT, devouring the first few books until I had to start reading a book at a time and then waiting for the next book to be released. I was in love with the world and held it above any other fantasy world I was exposed to. I got through the first 10 or 11 books and the prequel and then never finished. 2 years ago, I reread the first 11 books of the series and completed the series for the first time. “A Memory of Light” was the best reading experience of my life! I’m new to the ...
Tuesday, February 20, 2018 1:36:32 AM
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Tuesday, February 20, 2018 12:39:37 AM
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Monday, February 19, 2018 9:27:56 PM
I'm on my second read of the series, and I'm reading the E-books. I recently realized that in this book the chapter icons are mixed up! I noticed perrin has elayne's icon for one chapter, and egwene has Mat's in "attending elaida. I prefer to believe that that is a way of describing how 7ththe DO is touching the world. Just like the halls of the Tower, the chapter icons are mixed up. I know that this is probably just a misprint in the e-books and I'm reading to far...
Monday, February 19, 2018 8:27:55 PM
Does anyone have a link to where the newer Ebook cover art is? I only have the ebooks and can only see them in thumbnail size on my phone so it doesn’t do them justice... submitted by /u/grifterloc [link] [comments]
Monday, February 19, 2018 7:58:17 PM
Perrin and egwene become very powerful dreamers. The only time they are together is when they're travelling with elyas and the wolves in eye of the world. So besides simply both having the old blood of manetheren in them, I wonder if something happened during that time to form those abilities. My most plausible idea is that egwene being around perrin's taveren-ness as he started picking up these powers had an effect on hers. Anyone else ever think of this? submitted by ...
Monday, February 19, 2018 3:06:14 PM
Spoilers Help me with the civil wars guys. Why do civil wars happen so frequently in every nation ? I have been trying to find the reason since the mention of Gheladan war mentioned in Eye of the world. Now I am in fifth book, where refugees swamp Andor. I don't understand why do these wars happen in Tanchio, Arad Doman and Tarabon ? Someone enlighten me please. submitted by /u/HarshaModukuri [link] [comments]