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GregDietzFla

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  1. Morridin doesn't want Rand to die, because if he did, then like all other Heroes of the Horn, he would go to TAR and he would have access to all of his souls memories from all of his former lives.(Birgitte could remember all her past lives right?) If he doesn't die, he only gets LTT's memories and LTT failed to seal the bore(He could only patch it). But if he died, then he would remember how he did it the last time around, and just do that again. I think thats what the Finns meant by "To live you must Die."
  2. Well anyone who went over to the shadow before Aginor, could not possibly be 13x13 seeing as how there were no mydrall before Aginor created them. And i dont think he did that til after he went to the shadow. Anyone after him would be fair game IMO. EDIT: Realizes someone beat me to it. Sorry...
  3. I would imagine that they would have occupied the palace, just not sat on the Lion Throne, until the sucession was complete. But in all honesty if another claimant had arrived before Elayne, they would have been stuck outside the walls, as they would have been a rival to the will of the Dragon. Keep in mind Caemlyn was under the control of Ravhin, until Rand killed him, then under Rands control.
  4. why would DF Aiel attack the regular Aiel?? Just because we haven't heard of them yet is not a valid argument. My argument that they are is that it is too good of an opportunity for Ishy to pass up, and he has shown himself skilled at laying the groundwork for groups of the shadow. Why would he pass up the gift of every aiel born with the spark??
  5. IIRC, it was supposedly created late in the War of Power, after most of the tech infrastructure fell apart or was destroyed. It definitely was not part of the mass production era of the AoL though, and most likely the Prophecy of the Dragon was given around the time that it was created, or maybe a little after it was created. Which would mean that it was simply created to be a very powerful sa-angreal, not specifically for the DR to use. Most likely the DR part came about after the sword. Around 1000 AS at the start of the series, something like 940 or 950 IIRC. When the Tower splits, they
  6. It's doubtful he would even remember her face. He doesn't have to. Seanchan attack WT, Bode is leashed. Egwene tells Mat that his sis has been leashed and is now damane(Most unlikely part of whole theory), then Mat borrows a two rivers man from perrin and tells him, point out my sister when you see her so i know who to save. Honestly, im just trying to find a reason to get to see mat whoop on the Ever Victorious Army. So he crosses his own wife to assist a sister he cannot even remember? This seems highly doubtful. Also I don't see Mat entering a military conflict with the Seanc
  7. It's doubtful he would even remember her face. He doesn't have to. Seanchan attack WT, Bode is leashed. Egwene tells Mat that his sis has been leashed and is now damane(Most unlikely part of whole theory), then Mat borrows a two rivers man from perrin and tells him, point out my sister when you see her so i know who to save. Honestly, im just trying to find a reason to get to see mat whoop on the Ever Victorious Army.
  8. An argument that completely ignores the simple fact that Rand wasn't there, he had no control over Andor when Elayne came, and she took control from a power vacuum, she wasn't handed it by Rand. Therefore in no sense is it accurate to say he gave it to her. In neither legal nor practical terms did he have it. He had abandoned Caemlyn. Months of hard fighting, which would be an utterly pyrrhic victory as Rand would have to destroy a powerful nation, thus weakening the Light for TG. Practically, he can't do that even if he wants to. If he smashes the Light, he loses. Rand's actual strength is li
  9. back to the original topic, i would feel sorry for anybody that put a leash on Mat's sis. He is the best general in the world, has a personal army, and is also the inventor of the modern cannon. I'd say he would get her back whatever it took... Which might include destroying the Seanchan government, (but sparing his lovely wife, of course). Actually now that i say that, i kind of hope they leash her, just to get to see mat slap the shit out of them again. And doesn't he say that the next time he will see tuon will be on opposite sides of a battle field? Foreshadowing maybe.
  10. That's funny. It's like (Guaire) Amalasan + Alsalam (king of Arad Doman). Yea, those 2 names where always too close for me... Maybe they are one in the same.:) Why do you think he 'needs' them. The AS think that Rand will need them, but he doesn't . It was originally thought by the characters (Moiraine, Bashere, others...) that he needed the WT, but now that he has AS sworn to him, the only one that he 'needed' was Cadsuane. Now, he doesn't need her, but in his own mind he 'needs' Nynaeve, because she is one of the only women he trusts to link with him to use Callandor, but oth
  11. They were in Andor, but not in Caemlyn. They later left. Rand abandoned it. The Aiel would not be able to sunjugate Andor easily. I believe the total number men Andor could muster significantly outnumbered the Aiel. Yeah, they might support Rand but don't think for one minute they wouldn't still scheme. Look at what happened in Tear and Cairhien. Rand's not the most beloved of conquerors. The BT is still on Andoran land. Okay...Darlin "serves" Rand as well, yet he is still very much independent. 1. They left when Elayne assumed control, because Rand meant the throne for her, and sh
  12. That's funny. It's like (Guaire) Amalasan + Alsalam (king of Arad Doman). Yea, those 2 names where always too close for me... Maybe they are one in the same.:) Why do you think he 'needs' them. The AS think that Rand will need them, but he doesn't . It was originally thought by the characters (Moiraine, Bashere, others...) that he needed the WT, but now that he has AS sworn to him, the only one that he 'needed' was Cadsuane. Now, he doesn't need her, but in his own mind he 'needs' Nynaeve, because she is one of the only women he trusts to link with him to use Callandor, but oth
  13. An argument that completely ignores the simple fact that Rand wasn't there, he had no control over Andor when Elayne came, and she took control from a power vacuum, she wasn't handed it by Rand. Therefore in no sense is it accurate to say he gave it to her. In neither legal nor practical terms did he have it. He had abandoned Caemlyn. Months of hard fighting, which would be an utterly pyrrhic victory as Rand would have to destroy a powerful nation, thus weakening the Light for TG. Practically, he can't do that even if he wants to. If he smashes the Light, he loses. Rand's actual strength is li
  14. I second that, Really? @Aybara, if you read any part of the thread, you would realize that most of the argument on it is about the DS, so yea we got that. Thanks. The Amasalam thing is interesting, but i dont think it is too likely. Although that would be sweet, Moridin shows up with every false dragon since the breaking (I include Logain, my pet theory is he is a darkfriend... I know its prolly not true, but i can hope)including Stonebow, Darksbane, etc... and we learn that the WT has epically screwed up everytime when dealing with a false dragon. It would totally fit with the vision i h
  15. I agree, but i think it was also more than that. He doesn't just want to seal up the dark one (thats all he is personally going to do) but he also cares about the people of the world. Lights best chance for surviving the war that will come (Once rand seals up the DO, the trollocs and Forsaken aren't just going to stop), so their best chance for survival is to have them all together, hand over command to Mat, and keep their seperate armies from being destroyed one by one by trollocs. Mostly though, he wants them all gathered to give command to Mat (best shot at defeating Demandred?) cause he wo
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