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Vance of the Red Hand

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  1. Dragonmount, massive pillar of the WoT community, hello! I know this might be your first time meeting me but I've met you before. I started reading the series in 2005 and finished in 2019. In that period I discovered and perused Dragonmount a few times but was always wary of spoilers, so I shied away until I finished. With the news of the Amazon show generating a level of hype not seen since the publication of the last book. I decided to dip my toes into the waters of content creation. I run a humble YouTube Channel: The Bard of the Red Hand (Formerly The Gleemen) and a podcast called Th
  2. Fantastic breakdown of the arcs these characters embody! Drawing the parallel between Rand and Egwene back to Latra Posae and Lew Therin has definitely given me something to think on. I only recently read The Strike at Shayol Ghul and was so engrossed in it that I missed the connection RJ set up here to be explored and changed in A Memory of Light. We'll never know if that was more Sanderson or Jordan, but this comparison does lead to believe that it skews more toward Jordan's idea.
  3. What a fantastic article/theory! My first time through the books, I didn't think much about the gender essentialism but I've noticed it much more in this book. Somehow I always thought Nynaeve had busted through, because that was who she was to me as a character. She was someone who is not moved, but tells others to move. That was my headcanon and on this current re-read I realize how much I was glossing over elements I didn't want to see!
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