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EEEEEEEEE GUYS WE GOT ANOTHER ONE.

 

*clears throat*

 

I mean, greetings, friend!  Take a seat!  Have some brownies!

 

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Welcome to the least sane place on Dragonmount.  Clearly, the voices in your head have led you to your kindred spirits... tell us about yourself!  How did you find the Wheel of Time?  When did the madness begin to overtake you?  Who is your favorite Asha'man?  (Androl, is it?  You can tell us.)

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Hi, everyone! Thank you for the greetings and the refreshments; I appreciate the choice of colors. Let's see...I began reading The Wheel of Time in 2013, before the last book was out. I had seen my cousin reading the books years earlier and remembered them, so I decided to give them a try. Although, as we all know, there are no beginnings to the turning of the Wheel of Time, that was, for me, a beginning. I have since finished reading the entire series and even listened to several of the books on audio. In other words, no need too worry about spoilers with me. The voices tell me anything I want to know, anyway. As for my favorite Asha'man, Androl just might be him. And now, I'm going to eat some more of those treats.

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Enjoy the tasty treats.

 

I'm working on Book Four at the moment, but did some "research" to learn more about things around DM. Not concerned about spoilers, as even if I find out what happens, I still want to read to find out how and why it happens. No matter what I've found out, I've still been surprised when certain events happened, and it's been a "oh, so that's how it happened" moment.

 

Hope you enjoy it here.

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Hi, everyone! Thank you for the greetings and the refreshments; I appreciate the choice of colors. Let's see...I began reading The Wheel of Time in 2013, before the last book was out. I had seen my cousin reading the books years earlier and remembered them, so I decided to give them a try. Although, as we all know, there are no beginnings to the turning of the Wheel of Time, that was, for me, a beginning. I have since finished reading the entire series and even listened to several of the books on audio. In other words, no need too worry about spoilers with me. The voices tell me anything I want to know, anyway. As for my favorite Asha'man, Androl just might be him. And now, I'm going to eat some more of those treats.

 

Then you must've started between January 1st and January 7th of 2013, as the last book was released January 8th that year. :tongue:

 

Oh, and I forgot to introduce myself. How rude. I'm Leyrann, and I'm the faction leader of the Light, aka the Logain.

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