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  1. So he's the fungal kingdom of the pattern. No wonder he's causing food and drink to spoil and vermin to thrive. Energy efficiency, probably. Or curiosity. As I recall, Robert Jordan talked at length about how there would be no interest in setting novels during the AoL because it was this idyllic, peaceful, beatific, utopian world. They literally never knew what a sword was til they opened the bore. Nobody was ever dissatisfied with anything up til they let out the DO. So, what was to prevent them from trying to further improve their lives? I figure opening the
  2. Nice, thanks for sharing. I guess I should hold off on clicking until I'm finished with Memory of Light, though? Potentially Demandred? He's the only one that has any mystery left to him and he's really not gone and mucked anything up yet that we're aware of. Plus, he's playing his cards so close to the chest it seems least likely that anyone would be able to so much as find him (let alone wreck him) without a massive burst of ta'veren luck. Unless the DO was planning on creating a new pattern; that would only be speculation on my part, though, and k
  3. I've only read to The Gathering Storm, so please -- NO SPOILERS PAST THE END OF KNIFE OF DREAMS!! The Forsaken infighting has been one of the most engrossing subplots thus far in my eyes, mostly because we by necessity only see it in brief glimpses or by the shadows that it casts. Though sometimes the Forsaken strike me as incompetent peacocks who do nothing but sip punch/mulled wine/brandy and sneer while muttering "so-called Aes Sedai" and chopping naked people in half with gateways to annoy Graendal, at other times they're so remarkably good at their jobs that I can't understand
  4. http://sites.ugcs.caltech.edu/~karlh/cgi-bin/wot.cgi This chronological spoiler-free character glossary has been saving my life every six pages in my first readthrough.
  5. Hi everyone! Took me long enough, but I finally stumbled onto Dragonmount! It'll be nice to finally have people to discuss the series with... I am currently about 200 pages into Crossroads of Twilight. I sped through Eye of the World through The Fires of Heaven in about six months before stalling out halfway through Lord of Chaos and leaving the series for three years. I think I was scared of the "slump". The books sat on my shelf for all that time collecting dust until, in September, I made a spreadsheet of "books I own and have yet to read" and decided to knock WoT of
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