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Hero of Satsuma

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  1. Not a big fan of games based off of movies. If you've seen the movie, you know what is going to happen in the game. If they want to make a game out of it, I would like to see something more along the lines of LotR The Third Age RPG.
  2. In Perrin's instance, more than likely, a channeler could have used the OP to control the axe and make it attack Perrin. Not totally clear if it could be possible to make the King come out of the deck of cards or to make mirror images of Rand come out of the mirror and attack him. It is possible that Egwene was the only one who has thought of flying in TAR, it isn't as though there are a ton of people who can go there at will. Even among the Aiel there are only a handful of people who can enter TAR without a ter'angreal. And the AS still think that TAR is connected with the power so are constrained in what they believe can happen in TAR. They still think that you can't use the power to fly, therefore you can't fly in TAR.
  3. Agree about the slow-mo action sequences. I always thought battle sequences should be fast paced, to try and illustrate the chaos and confusion of the fighting. You save the slow-mo scenes for when he is flying through the air with his sword raised or when he comes to a halt on his horse and the horse rears up and kicks at the air. I think that this was actually the opposite.
  4. Then the channeler would heal or BF the mirror. Eqwene was flying because that is what she wanted to do. TAR is completely unrelated to the OP. She could have imagined a pot of tea, and drank the tea, but in reality she didn't because the tea was imagined. Same as when Elayne and the other AS went to the tower in TAR and got caught in a nightmare. The nightmare ended when that all believed that it wasn't real. Because it wasn't. The question about Rand was answered by RJ. It was the Wheel, not the OP. If you were the warder, why would you want the bond to pass to yourself? so you could point a finger and know in what direction you are located, no matter where in the world you are? I think I understand why you ask this, so that a warder wouldn't go on a suicide mission if his AS was killed. I suppose it could be possible, but why? As soon as you hold your own bond, you are technically not a warder anymore. Channelers cannot bond themselves because they can't use the weaves on themselves. You answered this in your first question.
  5. Seen a couple of adds for the show on tv. Took a gander at its website (http://www.legendoftheseeker.com/. Not sure if I am intrested or not. I won't be able to watch it either way, since WIVB and WNLO are both broadcasting companies for CBS/CW and are currently in a contract dispute with Time Warner, so 250,000 cable subscribers in WNY are without their evening news or sunday football on CBS. Curious to see what the intrest is out there for this show.....
  6. I think she means that the same Asha'man and Aes Sedai would bond each other. So each would hold the others bond, I guess. I have actually pondered this as well, but alas, I have not come to a conclusion that will satisfy me. :( I imagine that the result would be similar to any situation when two stubborn people have a relationship without either one having an advantage over the other. The best that I can come up with is that it shouldn't happen.
  7. Rand is not the Creator's avatar. He is the Chosen One, as in the Creator chose him to do his work, not to be him. And the DO's avatar would more likely be Shaidar Haran, hence the meaning of his name, "Hand of the Dark."
  8. not sure if I am remembering correctly. Didn't Rand, at the beginning of tDR, make the ground move and take out part of a valley in the MoM (thus changing the landscape), before he learned how to control Saidin? He couldn't control how much of the power he was drawing and had to unleash it somewhere. Possibly something the insane men would do during the breaking? Pull too much of the OP and have to throw it somewhere, anywhere?
  9. What I would like to happen and what will happen are two completely different things. What I would like to do is take my time with the book, I find myself skimming parts that start to drag (smoothing dresses, arched eyebrows and hair pulling). What will happen is that I will speed through the book. Kind of like the cookie monster. Most of the cookie gets in his mouth, but a lot of crumbs fall along the way. However, it is the crumbs that I miss that makes the second and third reads so special.
  10. You don't cross the streams. That would be bad. Try to imagine all life as you know it stopping instantaneously and every molecule in your body exploding at the speed of light. Total protonic reversal.
  11. when moridin reflects that he is channeling the TP exclusively is not because the TP is more powerful, but because he can't touch saidin without getting sick (like rand) because of the link.
  12. When Perrin reaches out to the wolves in LoC. They have caged Shadowkiller.
  13. That is my argument. Those sections contribute absolutely nothing. I assume that RJ knew that was going to be covered in the following book (and IIRC they were in the previous book as well) and wanted to spare us re-reading the same scenes again and again.
  14. I guess I don't understand what we are supposed to see in a peek of him. He isn't doing anything related to the story. Are we supposed to have a chapter of him hobbling around looking for Olver, only to find him snuggling up to a buxom maid and listening to her tell him stories and having Mat wonder which of his "uncles" he learned that behavior from? Are we going to see another scene with with Mat and Tylin with him muttering about having to wear lace and that HE is the one who is supposed to be chasing Tylin, and then Setalle Anan sniffs in the background? What a waste of a chapter that would be. Honestly, I would be more upset if that was the only chapter that I was able to read about him. I would rather he have not been in the book, than been in the book and contributed absolutely nothing.
  15. I don't know about insane, that could just be considered his conscience speaking to him. I think that the first time that I noticed LTT might be rearing his ugly head was during the fight in the Stone, against the Trollocs. Rand is speaking with Lanfear and he says something to the effect of~ You were always in love with power! I thought that was LTT memory.
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