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Oh, no! I´m not falling for that trick.

 

 

Evidence 1: You never sleep.

 

Evidence 2: You never sleep. 

 

Evidence 3: You never sleep. 

 

 

I think that´s it. 

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I do too lol. Just very erratically. I fell asleep at 5 pm last night, up at midnight. Then back to sleep around 3-4, woke up at six, went to work lol

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You´re not fooling me. 

 

 

Have you re-read all the books in a row or do you read one or two when you feel like it? 

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In a row. I haven't read a different book in....couple years now. I keep finding cool little nuances each read through.

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No. I'm on my fourth or fifth reread. I want to audition for a part in the upcoming screen adaptation

 

As who?

 

*is very interested*

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Supporting role. I'm too old and don't have enough experience for a lead role.

 

I'd like to be part of the BT. Possibly Logain or Taim. But I'd be okay with just being an Asha'man. Maybe Narishma. I look fairly young for 28. (When I shave)

 

If not maybe Dannil (Perrins 2nd) or Gallenne

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I've heard rumors of using Asian folk as Borderlanders. If that be the case I couldn't play any Borderlander role.

 

I suppose I'll just have to see.

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Basically, I've decided I want to be a part of making The Wheel of Time happen for screen, and even if I'm just a guy building sets or something mundane like that I'll be happy.

 

I just want to be a part of this.

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That would be cool. I fear I live on the wrong continent though. (If they are filming it in the US, which I just assume.)

 

I´m not goodlooking enough to play Graendal or Moghedien. So I would probably like to play an Aes Sedai. Siuan would be cool, just to be able to use her fish language. :D But she looks so much younger than me when she is healed. Maybe some random brown sister? 

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I wouldn't assume that they film in America.

 

There are vast amounts of world building involved, and quite frankly, I don't see the Aiel Waste being filmed anywhere but Australia. Ive never been to Mexico though.......

 

The Dragonwall will have to be a mountain range of huge proportions. Which leads me to believe either the Rocky Mtns or the Himalayan ranges. I know there's an impressive range in Europe, but I don't know it's name.

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Also, I don't recall Moghedian being an exceptional good looker. Handsome at best? Not a great beauty like Lanfear or Graendal

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If I practice my compulsion weave I could make every viewer think I look like Graendal.

 

Maybe I should start training. I´ve become a little rusty with the weaves lately. 

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I wouldn't assume that they film in America.

 

There are vast amounts of world building involved, and quite frankly, I don't see the Aiel Waste being filmed anywhere but Australia. Ive never been to Mexico though.......

 

The Dragonwall will have to be a mountain range of huge proportions. Which leads me to believe either the Rocky Mtns or the Himalayan ranges. I know there's an impressive range in Europe, but I don't know it's name.

 

The dolomites, which are part of the Alpes, aren't bad either.

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Anyways, please poke me if they come to Europe because I'd probably audition for something as well.

Right. A chance to be a part of this is not to be passed up

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