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About RyanDuranGeiger

  • Birthday 05/17/1994

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    I was suggested the Wheel of Time when I was 10 or 11 by one of my good friends and I've been helplessly obsessed ever since. I've reread the series at least 10 times.
  1. I've been coming back to Dragonmount weekly just to see the art. You will definitely be missed, especially by me. Thank you for taking the time to share everything.
  2. I'm from the United States, however I'm currently residing in The Republic of Panama, Central America.
  3. The Aiel and Mat (James) are the closest in my mind. The problems I see (In my mind) - Rand - Rand is 6'4-6'6 and would easily weigh over 200-220, the model can't be more than 5'11 and weigh any more than 160. Perrin - Perrin is a bit too old (And chubby) in my imagination. Mat (Cliff) - Mat looks a bit too.. feminine with the clothing choice and maybe a bit less muscular than I would imagine (I imagine him weighing 170-180). Over all everything looks pretty awesome, though.
  4. Currently rereading Don Quixote.
  5. I suspected in book two, however I ended up losing suspicion as the books went on.
  6. Most definitely Rand meeting up with Mat and Perrin.
  7. There is a huge difference between how Robert Jordan and how Brandon Sanderson write, for me it's most noticeable in Mat, who went from being in my top three favorites to literally my second most hated, only behind Egwene.. Reading Mat's letter to Elayne made me put the book down in disgust.. The scene where Mat and Perrin reunited for that brief moment brought a tear to my eye.. But besides that scene and the final scene with Moiraine, I was truly appalled by Mat. Edit: I enjoy all the other characters, Elayne's brothers have really improved in my opinion, as well as Perrin.
  8. Just finished reading the entire Paksenarrion series (Including the new newly released ones) by Elizabeth Moon, and it was.. Well, I think my favorite series might have shifted towards it and away from The Wheel of Time Going to be reading either Old Kingdom trilogy by Garth Nix or Malazan Book of the Fallen by Steven Erikson next.
  9. I was recommended the Wheel of Time series by a friend, having bought them without even looking at the cover, I can't say I wouldn't have bought them.. I will however say that I'm going to be buying the all the books in the series before they change them all. The books won't be the same with the new covers, just can't bring myself to accept them
  10. Been terribly slacking with keeping up on the site.. Just looked on here for the first time in such a long time. Will definitely check out this series to help pass the time until the final book
  11. Was really looking forward to this, was gonna put down a couple hundred depending on how high it got.. Then I click link and see "$2,326"
  12. If I weren't in Central America for when it's happening, I would definitely go..
  13. Thanks for the post, Junnifer. Haven't seen way too many Shadowspawn drawings, especially like the Padan Fain one, though.
  14. To be honest, I'd be sad if they change the American ones.. Five or six years of carrying 'em across countries, the covers (Even if they're quite ugly) just feel right. Edit: I have all in American paperback, excepting the The Gathering Storm and The Towers of Midnight in hardcovers.
  15. Hmm, Egwene almost killed herself by not listening to Gawyn, Egwene tried to bind Perrin in the middle of a battle, he then saved her from Balefire. She then went on to being captured by Mesaana and only getting away because of Perrin.. Seems more like Egwene screwed up and then got saved by Perrin twice.
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