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    • Grouped together roughly for order of appearance we have Tam al’Thor, Bayle Domon and Gareth Bryne.   Description of Tam al'Thor:     Description of Bayle Domon:
            Description of Gareth Bryne:
            My sources were Wikipedia and WoT Encyclopedia.        
    • If you think like a Tinker you might enjoy reading this.  I'm having trouble getting the link to work.  It's page 4 of "The Way of the Leaf...A Tinker's Song" in the Revolution One roll play area:      
    • Right, according to sources, the WoT TV Series might finally be happening. That means only one thing: sh.t just got real in the "who I want as actor to play [x] character" debate!   To that end, I will be starting a series of threads in which you can post your pictures of actors whom you think will be best able to portray the characters.   There will be rules!   1) Post a picture of your choice, with their name.   2) Pick people who actually are actors (they don't need to be famous) or at a pinch models, who you think could act, and the right age right NOW.   3) Pick people who roughly resemble the description of the characters (I'll post what descriptions there are). Obviously you don't have to be pedantic, but it's got to be realistic. Aiel aren't generally short and dark. Seafolk are generally very dark skinned. Egwene is a teenager, so someone in their 30's or 40's isn't going to work.   4) No biting, kicking or scratching. Channeling and stabbing is allowed, though.   This post will be copied and pasted to each new thread I make, cos I'm lazy.  
    • I've had another thought for Tom. What about John Stamos? He can dance and sing and play drums, apparently.  
    • It is cheaper on Kindle if you have that available.  $4.44 I think.  Perhaps you could ask the nursing home staff to purchase a copy that could be shared by all of the residents?  After tax a paperback copy lands right around $15.  I don't get anything until there have been enough sold for Amazon to send me a $100 check...so far I have gotten one check total.  In the back of my mind I had hopes of getting filthy rich off from the book sales while I was writing it.  I am now pleased that I didn't bank on it for my retirement income!  😄   Love, Gramps
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