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Nolder

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  1. Mat is always a good choice but I'll admit Elayne is...not one of my favorites. I like the Shanara books too although I haven't read them all. Did you read the Jerle Shanara trilogy? The one with the Airship? Those ones are my favorite. I also really like the Landover series by Brooks as well. Never heard of the Sea of Trolls. Kind of sounds like a YA series? I'd have to say my favorite YA series is the Edge Chronicles.
  2. I actually have yet to read WoT all the way through. Rereading it every time a new book came out burned me out so by the time the last book came out I read it and never looked back. One day I would like to read the series cover to cover though. What other fantasy series do you enjoy? Also, welcome to the forums! Hope you enjoy it here.
  3. fite me china i'll wrek u irl punk
  4. Hey, being a table top gamer you might be interested in checking out the mafia forum. We can always use a fresh face! :)
  5. Hello Michael, welcome to the forums. How much of the Wheel of Time have you read?
  6. Hello, what songs can you play on piano? I learned some of Fur Elise and The Entertainer from a piano I had but I never had a formal teacher.
  7. Yeah. I experienced it the worst after having read the count of Monte cristo but WoT's fallout was pretty bad too. I didn't read anything for awhile afterwards. If you haven't read it yet maybe try the Shannara series? I haven't read all of them but the first three are solid and mostly self contained even though it wasn't technically intended as a trilogy you can read them that way.
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    Hi!

    Hey there, welcome. I liked the first three books a lot but book 4 is where things really took off for me. Which character is your favorite so far?
  9. Dude... I feel like What I want to say is spoilers. I will say this: Rand goes through several phases throughout the series. Some of them are annoying and some of them are awesome. There was definitely a point where I dearly missed farmboy Rand. Stick with the series through book 4. It widens dramatically from there.
  10. That shawl is actually pretty cool. I like art (a lot) but I also like to see when people make actual stuff like the shawl or that iPhone case. Thanks for posting Hallia!
  11. If you like it so far you will continue to like it. It never stops being interesting (although I could do without most of the Aiel storyline).
  12. Oh man you're right in the middle of the good stuff, keep going! Advice? Well the best advice might be to stay away from the fandom until you're done if you care about spoilers. It'll still be here when you get back.
  13. EDL and UKIP say hello. They call themselves Social Justice Warriors long before anyone else did. We just mocked them for it after the fact. Edit: to clarify, since I'm not sure Wert really comprehends what a Social Justice Warrior is and may be judging the book by it's cover, a Social Justice Warrior doesn't care about social justice. Social Justice is a smokescreen to bully anyone who says or does things a social justice warrior doesn't like. They come up with convoluted reasons why such things are harmful or racist or sexist or some other type of big bad scary ist. An example can be seen in the concept of microaggressions. A Social Justice Warrior will conduct twitter activism on the issue of microagressions in college classrooms in the United States. Meanwhile people who are actually concerned with human equality are in places like Afghanistan protecting women who choose to go to school from getting acid thrown on their faces. That's an easily identifiable difference between an SJW and everyone else. They are concerned with minute things that may or may not even be real while crimes against humanity aren't even on their radar.
  14. Yeah, I was planning to read it because none of these terms mean anything to me and I'm curious, but when I was forced to select which republican I would like to see as our next president before I could continue, I took it for granted that it would be a heavily biased propaganda piece and didn't waste my time. Which terms do you need defined?
  15. I think a lot could be said about your post in Wert (mostly in terms of needing citation for claims) but one point absolutely needs correcting I think as I have first hand knowledge. Vox had little to nothing to do with bringing in members of Gamergate to the Puppy controversy. That honor belongs to Brianna Wu.
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