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A WHEEL OF TIME COMMUNITY

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  1. I tend to agree. The "obvious" answer is only the one which fits what we expect to happen but we have no real basis other than that. Imo that last can quite easily be Egwene with her dreaming abilities, or even Elaida, who iirc has the fortelling gift. The Lion's sword I would have thought would be Birgitte. She is Elayne's Warder and has taken (somewhat unexpectedly) to using a sword instead of her bow recently.
  2. You can still set off a bomb on your metaphorical train though. That'd have an effect on the closed system.
  3. She was the ninja. With two tanto knives And giant giant... Attitude :lol:
  4. My 2 favourite characters are Taki (speed) and Cervantes (power and evilness) Once i get a combo up and running with the big pirate nothing can stand in my way :twisted:
  5. You're really not getting this whole balance thing are you. Wrong. The Darks aim is to break the wheel. The Lights aim is to prevent this. End of. It says it clear as day in the books. If the wheel breaks, the thread unwravels and the world (and all worlds and all time) ends So to echo a popular phrase around here today. I give up!
  6. If the cycles of the ages are broken then the world ends. That is what the dark one is trying to do. Whose side are you on, Thor? :lol:
  7. That could be implied by it, but I take it as a clue that the Creator will become directly involved in that last battle. Nowhere does it say that the seal will not be perfect this time around. That is merely Fel's assumption but from the readers perscpective we can see that he doesn't have the full story. He is just saying he doesn't think the Dragon Reborn can do what it the Creator did last time. And a lot of people here agree.
  8. The Shaido are done. It makes it almost as clear as day in KoD. I suppose there's still room for them to play smoe role in TG but I doubt it.
  9. Fel was a scholar, not a prophet
  10. I hope that the final book sees the prison made perfect again. It seems odd that the final, perfect solution to the DO would not be covered in the course of the books. It'd be like we were watching a small episode in the course of the wheel. I wanna see the main show.
  11. In a powercut. When you've left your technology at home. When the technology costs money but you've got the talent for free. When you want to talk to a wolf (not sure what you can buy to let you do that) But most of all. Nobody chooses this talent off the shelf. It's not a question of choosing to have it. It is (In RJ's words)"something recently returned to the Pattern after Ages of absence" The fact that we have technology doesn't change the fact that some of us can roll our tongue and some can't. It's just something you are born with. Even if it is pretty useless.
  12. Just because we have cars doesn't mean we never walk anywhere. There's no reason why the two can't live side by side quite happily.
  13. I like your ideas, Foxy_sox, but I don't think Rand is the creator in any way, shape or form. It is possible that this idea of the creator stepping in sheds some light on the mysterious voice at the climax of TEOTW. When a voice in capitals speaks to Rand ("Not here, this is not the place" or something like that) This is the only time he hears a voice like this and the only other character who speaks in capitals like this is the DO. So it seems to me that it must be either the DO or the Creator who spoke. Since the DO can only speak directly to the Forsaken if they go to Shayol Ghul it seems unlikely he could speak to rand when he was elsewhere so I reckon it was the Creator. Maybe his role is simply to "clear the rubble" as Herid Fel described it so that the creator can step in and make a new prison. On another note: This could be directly connected to Rand's issue with killing women. He would have to agree to put women AS in a position where they are in great danger to do the job properly so he has yto get over his issues with doing this.
  14. I said it elsewhere and I'll say it again no doubt. Imo the bore will not be resealed. The entire prison will be remade as new. Like it was before it was bored the first time around. If all ages are to come again they have to get back to this stage at some point. it'd be a bit shit if it's left to our imagination and not told within the span of the books.
  15. It says it time and again in all the books. The dark one has been free before. He cannot be defeated. Destroying the DO would be as catastrophic as if he won (it's all about balance, people) But he can be contained and imprisoned. He was imprisoned, then the bore broke him free. then they sealed the bore, and now he is breaking free again. Personally I think that Rand et al will not just reseal the bore, but completely restore the DOs prison. This fits with the wheel of time idea (It was complete in the past, so it must be complete again) and would pave the way for the Fourth Age when people have not even heard of the DO and all is well for thousands of years.
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