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DRAGONMOUNT

A WHEEL OF TIME COMMUNITY

warsong

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  1. There is a lot of history/backstory and characters. Not to mention predictions via images( like Min at Barelon) or prophecies. I read from the beginning and reread the series each time a new book came out, keeping in mind that sometimes I was waiting years of the next book. That is not necessary with the Dragonmount site. You can quick scan and review any of the books. I found much satisfaction in puzzling out the predictions.
  2. Prologue TOM Padan Fain POV - Fain walks through the Blight carrying the ruby dagger. The sky is black. The only emotion he has left is hatred for Rand and the Dark One. He keeps cutting himself with the blade but he does not care. He was once Fain, once Mordeth, but he needs a new name now. He just finished killing a Worm. They make a lot of noise, so he hopes any Trollocs nearby will send scouts to investigate. Sure enough, a group of Trollocs led by a Myrddraal appear. A mist comes out of the ground. It kills the Fade and turns the Trollocs into zombies of some sort.4 Fain no longer hunts R
  3. Ishy grew more and more desperate as his attempts to turn Rand failed. In book one Rand had burned Ishy with the one power and in book two Rand stabbed him in the chest with a power wrought weapon. I do not think Ishy was trying to kill Rand in either case. A staff to the side is not a killing blow. By the end book three, Ishy tried to kill Rand, but Rand triumphed again and finally killed the Betrayer of Hope. Or possibly the continual use of the True Power took it's toll. Remember the use of the True Power has negative effects... Which is why even many of the forsaken were not willing
  4. In my opinion, a confrontation between Shaidar Haran and Fain/Mordeth would have been fantastic. Then the buildup of the evil vs "anti-evil" showdown would have happened as alluded to in the series. Shaidar Haran( Avatar of the Dark One) fighting Fain/Mordeth(a force of its own). Would they destroy each other in a similar fashion as Shadar Logoth destroyed the Dark One's taint at the cleansing? Would one destroy the other? This would be better than finding the husk of Shaidar Haran at Moridin's feet, how did that happen??? If they killed each other or one triumphed, their storylines n
  5. I believe no one can deny that Dumai's Wells was an epic scene. Definitely ranks as one of the most "game changing" scenes in series! I voted that the humbling of the Aes Sedai was the most important thing. Saying that, one of my favorite scenes was at the end of book 2, when all the characters are battling in Falme. More specifically when Ingtar revealed himself and Rand gave forgiveness. A foreshadowing of the Dragon Reborn saving the world by letting go, even if people have to die.
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