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  1. This year, The Eye of the World celebrated its 30th anniversary.  To commemorate this special occasion Tor Books is releasing a new hardcover and paperback versions of The Eye of the World as well as a new paperback cover for New Spring.




    The 30th anniversary The Eye of the World hardcover will be published October 6th, 2020.  This amazing cover has metallic binding.  It will include a new introduction written by Brandon Sanderson.  The Eye of the World’s official birthday was January 15th, 1990, and the Wheel of Time Community Show did celebrate this milestone earlier this year.


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    The new paperback version is the first time The Eye of the World will be released in the trade paperback size.  The artwork will feature the original image of Moiraine, Lan, and Rand drawn by Darrell K. Sweet, but in a format similar to the other trade paperbacks in the series. The publication date for this version will be August 4th, 2020.


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    Another first, New Spring, the prequel to the series, will also be released in trade paperback.  The cover will feature artwork by Jason Chan, showing the moment Moiraine bonds Lan as her warder.  The publication date will be August 18th, 2020.

    Fans have wanted these two books in trade paperback for some time.  With these additions, our bookshelves will be complete!


    You can watch Ebony go over the details in the latest episode of the Wheel of Time Community Show!



    So, are you as anxious as I am to get the metallic cover?  Let us know in the comments.


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  2. Welcome back to Community Round-Up, a look at all the happenings within the Wheel of Time fandom and the larger sci-fi/fantasy community.



    First off TorCon is happening online this week!  Tor Books teamed up with Den of Geeks to bring a virtual convention with amazing panels.  TorCon kicks off Thursday June 11th with Brandon Sanderson talking about his latest projects!  This is a prerecorded event and only available this weekend.  You can register for this event here, or see what else TorCon has to offer!



    Sticking with the Brandon Sanderson theme, you can now take an official quiz to find out which order of Knights Radiant you would be.  The Knights Radiant are a group of fighters in the Stormlight Archive series.  Each order focuses on different missions, skills and bindings, and they also bond different spren.  I tied for Truthwatcher and Windrunner, which sums up my personality perfectly.



    The Dusty Wheel interviewed Joshua Stolarz, a cartographer, and Joshua shared an amazing drawing of the Two Rivers.  You can download Joshua’s map here.


    I cannot get enough of these sword dances.  When thinking about the Amazon Prime show and how some of the sword forms will be shown, I imagine over-the-top stylized fights.  Here is a video posted by Stance on Facebook, from Taipei, Taiwan.



    As always, let’s end with some of the best memes I can find on the internet.



    While I love Nynaeve's character and her growth throughout the series (and getting over ingrained prejudices), I'm sure the draw One Power was also a factor in her change of view.



    The evolution of the Aiel (as seen through the flashbacks from the ter'angreal in Rhuidean) is one of my favorite in the series.  It's amazing how just a small step each generation can change a whole belief system.



    While this might seem true on the surface, the Two Rivers folk do have the necessary courage to fight for the Light when it matters!


    That's all for this edition.  Which Order of the Knights Radiant were you?  Let us know in the comments!

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  3. Mashi, Head of the White Ajah.


    I'm so sad by everything and I'm crying all the time.  The world's current struggles are so overwhelming and my own emotional state is so unstable. 


    I escape to Animal Crossing, but I'm not sure that's a healthy response to this....

  4. Yay, I'm so glad the Blues are having a Pride celebration!  I will definitely join in!


    One of my favorite series is the Whyborne and Griffin series written by Jordan L Hawk (a trans man).  Hawk's series is about a gay scholar who falls in love with a bisexual detective and they solve crimes in Widdershins--a very creepy city.  The whole series is 11 books long (as well as a few novellas and spin offs, one following Whyborne's sister who falls in love with his secretary).  They're fantastically written and I love the mix of magic and romance!



  5. Gil Glabbers has lived on the coast of Guernsey, in the English Channel, for more than a decade. In that time he's found a number of difference "messages in a bottle" washed up on his beach. Using only the clues below, match each bottle to its author, place of origin and the year in which it was written, and determine the year in which Gil discovered each one.






    PM me with your answers!

  6. The perks of being a teacher means two months off over the summer!  LOL  Actually I'm going to teach summer school for two weeks this month, so I'm not entirely "on vacation."


    Sometimes it is nice when things are quiet, and sometimes it's nice when there's noise.  Balance is the key. Hahaha

  7. Pride is a time for LGBTQ+ people and allies to celebrate.  June 28th marks the anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising in New York.  

    The Library of Congress states

    June 28, 1969 marks the beginning of the Stonewall Uprising, a series of events between police and LGBTQ+ protesters which stretched over six days. It was not the first time police raided a gay bar, and it was not the first time LGBTQ+ people fought back, but the events that would unfold over the next six days would fundamentally change the nature of LGBTQ+ activism in the United States.


    With our country in such turmoil, all Pride events have been canceled or moved to an online format.  GLAAD (Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Deformation) has a master list of online events here


    Visibility of LGBTQ+ people is the focus of Pride.  There is a great diversity in our world, and people have a right to be different without being afraid.  Let's celebrate our differences and not let hate stand in our way!


    Personally, I am bisexual.  Though it seems that since I'm in a heterosexual relationship and married that people will assume I'm straight.  This is not always the case.  We shouldn't ever assume anything about a person's sexuality or identity.


    I am also a published author with several LGBTQ+ novels.  I love the idea that love wins, and when I write stories featuring LGBTQ+ characters, I always want a happy ending.


    So come celebrate Pride with me!  Anyone is able to join in this discussion.  But this is a time to stress if you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all.

  8. 1 minute ago, Liitha said:

    This means GB is coming back again?

    I think @Gentled Ben is around, but like most of us Whites, we kinda just lurk!  LOL.


    I'm currently on summer break, so I have a lot more free time right now.  Yay!  So, I'll try to keep on top of things here in the White Ajah's quarters.  ❤️

  9. My husband is currently reading Dianetics by L Ron Hubbard and I'm kinda tempted to read it after he's done.  


    This is a kinda funny story... while visiting LA for the TCM Film Festival last year, the Scientology temple is right next to one of the theaters.  We stopped in to check it out and they showed us a movie about how L Ron Hubbard wrote Dianetics.  While I do not agree with Scientology philosophy--I identify as an atheist--the book Dianetics did sound interesting.  I'm intrigued by mental health, since I have my own mental health issues and have been seeing a therapist for the past two years, and I'd love to look at different ways on how the brain processes information, feelings, memories, etc.


    So, since non-fiction is difficult for me to read, we'll see if I can actually get to it.

  10. Just a quick update!  My healing is going pretty well, still.  My left breast is almost completely sealed up--there's maybe a half inch opening.  The right breast has a slightly larger opening.  It's probably about two inches still.  The wounds aren't gaping.  It's more like when you have a cut on your finger and there's a bit of discharge still.  I don't know all the technical names for what it is, but it's still leaky.  I wanted to go swimming since it's so hot out now, but I can't yet because the wounds aren't sealed.


    Oh on a good note I'm finally healed up enough that I can go without my bra a bit!  Usually after I shower I lay in bed without a bra for an hour or so!  It's lovely!   


    I have another appointment with my doctor next Wednesday, so we'll see how it goes this time.

  11. On 5/30/2020 at 2:09 AM, Liitha said:


    Makes me think of Del


    I LOVE this!  I want more than anything to have a cute, white fairy dress like this!

  12. Les éditions Bragelonne, the publisher of the French versions of the Wheel of Time series, is re-releasing each of the novels with a new cover.  Even for those of us who aren’t able to read French, this publication still gives us something to gawk over.  These new covers are amazing! You can watch the latest episode of The Wheel of Time Community Show to hear more about these covers, and you can check out the images below!





    Clearly an image of Tam’s heron marked sword. The detail on the hilts shows how Rand could be branded by it when Ba’alzamon heats it in the The Great Hunt.  Also, the Serpent spinning the Wheel seems a lot fiercer.



    A seal to the Dark One’s prison, already broken.



    Mat’s ruby dagger retrieved from Shadar Logoth.  I love the snakes on the hilt.



    An interesting interpretation of the Horn of Valere, complete with Old Tongue script along the edge.



    The Dragon Banner.



    Callandor.  I really love how crystallized it is.  Most renditions of Callandor are smoother and not nearly as detailed.



    An Aiel spear and buckler.  And maybe a shoufa wrapped around it.  But what is it balanced on?  The design at the top looks like a Seanchan helmet.



    Perrin’s axe.



    Mat’s ashandarei.  I love it!  The ravens are amazing.



    A Cairhienin helmet.  Note the sunbursts, which could stand for the Rising Sun of Cairhien, also featured on their flag. 



    The flag for Tar Valon and the White Tower.



    A trolloc helmet.  Quite horrifying.



    A marriage knife worn by women in Ebou Dar.  The white stones indicate four female children, and the red stone in the center indicated one male child.  Possibly Tylin’s, since she does have one male son, and it doesn’t state how many others she had.



    The Laurel Crown of Illian, also called the Crown of Swords.


    These covers are amazing to look at.  It’s wonderful to get new perspective on anything within the series, especially when it’s official.  Each novel within the Wheel of Time will be split into two novels, making a total of 28 when completed.


    Books one through ten are available now, with eleven and twelve available August 12th, and thirteen and fourteen available November 18th.

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  13. As we've been going through a lot of repeat series, we did get a few new ones in this past week.

    Marathon Man (1976).  This one stars Dustin Hoffman and Roy Scheider.  Scheider is a government official dealing with some not-so-pleasant foreign people--in this case, a former Nazi who wants to smuggle diamonds stolen from Jews out of New York.  Hoffman is Scheider's younger brother who gets caught up in the heist.


    This was an okay film.  Intense and a bit gritty.  Not typically my thing.  SPOILERS:  In once scene where the bad guy is trying to figure out how much his diamonds are worth, he's recognized by a few older Jewish shoppers.  I really, really wanted a swarm of ordinary people to bring the Nazi's downfall, but alas, Dustin Hoffman had to be the one to save the day.


    The Vast of Night (2019).  This one was a Amazon original.  In the 1950s, a small town is plagued by mysterious noises over the radio frequencies.  Fay, a sixteen year old who works nights as a switchboard operator, and Everett, a young radio DJ, team up to try to solve the mystery.  The opening sequence was one of the best scenes I've seen in film in a long time.  Fay is obviously smitten with Everett and she bought a tape recorder and asks Everett to show her how it works.  The first 8-10 minutes of the movie is them walking from the high school gymnasium where the first game of the basketball season is about to kick off, to the phone company where Fay works nights.  They stop and do impromptu interviews with a few people they know, and Everett encourages Fay to tell about all the latest scientific discoveries she knows about.  It was so precious and I loved everything about this opening!  The movie itself was really well done.  A nice mix of suspense and mystery.


    The Invisible Man (2020).  I really liked this film.  The opening was hard to get through emotionally because, although it doesn't say right out that Cecilia (played by Elisabeth Moss) is in an abusive relationship, the care and preparation she has to take to get out of the house shows it.  My heart was so hurt by thinking how this is a normal occurrence for so many women around the world.  So, so terrible.  The rest was easier to watch.  The physiological torment she still goes through was still horrible, but the satisfying ending made it less cringy.  She was an interesting character to watch and I loved how strong she was.



    On a not-new note, we watched Batman (1989) with Michael Keaton last night.  Oh wow, it was so funny to see this film again.  Superhero moves have really evolved!

  14. On 5/29/2020 at 11:28 AM, Cairos said:

    ***comes running into the White's with goodies***





    Such delicious offerings!  Thanks Cairos!  I'm currently in need of something sweet.  Can't seem to get enough sugar since quarantine began.

  15. TarValon.net’s annual Robert Jordan Memorial Scholarship is now accepting applications:



    The Robert Jordan Memorial Scholarship is an annual scholarship awarded to fans of the Wheel of Time. One undergraduate student, and one graduate student, at an accredited college or university will be chosen each year to receive a scholarship. Previously it was called the Servant of All Scholarship, however, it was renamed in 2007 to memorialize the life of our beloved Robert Jordan. In 2010, the scholarship was opened to all Wheel of Time fans, instead of being restricted to TarValon.Net members.

    It is with great pleasure that we are now accepting applications for the Robert Jordan Memorial Scholarship. Rank in the Tower is not a factor, nor is major, or how far along you are in your studies. Any student who is a current undergraduate or graduate at an accredited college or university, and can craft an essay in the English language fluently, qualifies to apply for this scholarship. Previous recipients may reapply as long as they still meet the criteria.

    The amount of each scholarship is $500 per student.

    Applications will be accepted starting May 1, 2020 thru June 5, 2020. Please access the application at the following link:


    The scholarships are awarded based on an essay. The topic of the essay shall be chosen by the Officers and Director of Community Outreach. Essays are read blind and voted on by the Hall of the Tower of TarValon.net Inc.

    If you would like to view previous winning essays please see our library:




    This year’s topic is: How do you plan to use your education in a way that exemplifies being a Servant of All?


    If you're interested in combining your academic studies and your love of The Wheel of Time, make sure you submit your applications before June 5th!

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  16. This week I stared doing some light exercises.  Since having surgery in March--and still having open wounds on my chest--the amount of activities I can do are very limited.  I was doing walks 4-5 times a week for the past few weeks, but now I started to do some weight lifting.  Simple things, really.  Nothing too strenuous.  Push ups, lunges, squats.  Things like that.  It's been really nice!


    After the Monday's session I felt like I was going to throw up!  That's how inactive my body has been.  But yesterday's session was better and easier.  I think I'll have to do more repetitions since I didn't feel as tired as Monday and Tuesday.

  17. Halfway through the month, but I'm feeling motivated, so I'm jumping on it!


    I'm not one to read non-fiction.  So, I thought it would be an interesting avenue to explore. 

    The last non-fiction book I read was "Teaching Like a Champion," a book that gives helpful hints on how to manage a classroom.  It was actually really great, and as a first-year teacher, I really needed all the help I could get.


    Other non-fiction books I've read include "What I Talk About When I Talk About Running" by Haruki Murakami.  He's a Japanese novelist who decided he needed to stay active since he was spending so much time writing.  He shares how he learned to love running and now competes in triathlons!  It was an amazing read!


    What non-fiction books have you read?

  18. Okay *deep breath*


    So, I went into this procedure with an expectation of getting a body image I liked.  As I said before, the doctor said she'd get my breasts as small as safely possible.  That is something I can respect.  However, I have been an unquenchable ball of rage for the past four weeks.  At one of my appointments, my doctor mentioned how I felt my breasts were still too big.  She said she could have taken them smaller but she decided not to because she wanted them to be proportional to my body.



    I'd made it clear I wanted SMALL breasts.  Very, very clear.


    Unfortunately, that was one appointment my husband wasn't able to attend with me, so I was left to feel this overwhelming sense of fury all on my own.  Now, I'm very soft spoken in person, so I didn't blow up at my doctor for misleading me.  Rather, I've contained it inside my body for four weeks.  I cry every few days because my rage is limitless.


    So, yesterday at my appointment I finally worked up the correct way to address this.  I knew yelling at the doctor and releasing my anger would not be an appropriate tactic--which was why it took me several weeks to analyse my emotions and express them calmly.  So, I asked what options there were to get my breasts smaller because I was still very unsatisfied with the size.  I admitted that I'm crying most days when I look and see how big they are.  I mean, I have been going through daily torment with the surgery alone, and to not have satisfying results on top of it?  Double frustration.  


    And of course she was understanding and compassionate.  She said she would fix it.  I know she's an expert and I'm sure she's dealt with a lot of women who are looking for an aesthetically pleasing body.  I'm not one of those women.  I want my body to be comfortable and I am still so UNCOMFORTABLE.  Ugh....  Anyway, she said she'll fix it.  We'll have to wait 4-5 months, but she'll fix it.  She reaffirmed there would not be any additional costs, besides the biopsy of any tissue removed.  That's acceptable.  I'm still terribly pissed, but at least I have her confirmation we can still get this done and it won't be more of a financial burden.


    *deep breath again*


    I guess I'm just tired of having people second guess my personal choices.  I knew what I wanted and I wasn't listened to.  But she'll fix it, and I won't have to pay for another round of surgery, so I'll get the results I wanted, just not in a timely manner.

  19. Great job on the last two film reports, James!


    I haven't seen Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World.  As I'm not particularly inclined to like war films, I'm sure I won't.  But I did watch Zero Dark Thirty and found it to be very interesting.


    I've watched too many movies to count over the last month and a half of isolation.  We're watching at least one a night, sometimes two.  However, most of the ones we're watching are repeats.  We watched the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe collection.  We watched all the X-Men films.  We watched all the Star Wars films.  We watched all the Matrix films.  We're currently watching the DC ones, and the Star Trek remakes.  Then we watched The Sound of Music which my husband had never seen!  That was really fun to watch again.

    For new ones, we did watch one called The Set-Up (1949).  It was about a boxer who wanted to fight one last time and his wife's inability to support him while he gets beat up.  It was really good.  I haven't seen Aqua Man yet, so that will be new when we get to it.

  20. Hello, all!  Welcome back to another Community Round-Up!  Let’s dive right in.


    Daniel Henney Q&A on Instagram


    Some major news on the Amazon Prime Wheel of Time show, Daniel Henney—who plays Lan Mandragoran—did a Q&A on Instagram this week.  It was amazing to listen to the obvious reverence Daniel has for Lan.  As someone who has loved Lan dearly since I first read the series (my Dragonmount name is Mashiara, so my love for this character should be pretty obvious), I am beyond excited to see Daniel in this role.


    The happiness of JordanCONline last month can’t be put into words.  I am so thankful for Jenn and Jimmy Liang, as well as all the JordanCon staff and volunteers who helped put the event together.  It was amazing to spend time with friends and listen to Wheel of Time related discussions.  The highlight, of course, being when Rafe Judkins—the show runner for the Amazon Prime show—joined the WoT on Prime panel.  Rafe, obviously under a non-disclosure agreement, was limited in what he could say.  But he did share plenty of great information that already had the panelists, especially Matt Hatch of The Dusty Wheel, theorizing.  You can read a quick synopsis of Rafe’s Q&A here, or check out all the JordanCONline recorded panels on their YouTube channel.


    Dragonmount’s The Wheel of Time Community Show recapped all that happened at JordanCONline!  You can watch Ebony and Thom discuss here!




    Along those same lines, JordanCon’s March Madness Fantasy Artifacts brackets came to a close. The ultimate winner was: the Chodean Kal!  Not really a surprise there, in my opinion.  This event was a lot of fun and I’d love to see it happen again next year.


    Tor.com’s Sylas K Barrett—who is currently doing his first time read through of the series—highlighted the changes we see from Mat Cauthon as the series progresses.  Sylas is currently on The Shadow Rising, which is where Mat visits Rhuidean and goes through the second doorframe Ter’angreal.  That trip certainly does change him!  But Sylas also points out how the other characters are unable, or unwilling, to see these changes.  It’s a very interesting read!  You can check out all of Sylas’s writings on The Wheel of Time here!


    Is anyone play Animal Crossing in their downtime?  I know I am.  And here’s great news, there’s a WoT Animal Crossing Group on Facebook!  You can play with Wheel of Time friends—some of which even have WoT themed islands, clothes, and landscapes. (As mentioned above, I love Lan, so my island is named Malkier.)  You can even find random Animal Crossing things in other WoT spaces.  Christopher posted this in the JordanCon group: his creation of the Wheel and Serpent pattern you can use in the game!




    Now onto the memes!






    This one I really like because I think Galad will help the Children of the Light become less evil.





    And of course everyone is so happy for the new reaction of Facebook!



    That's all of this edition.  Don't you think Daniel Henney is going to be amazing as Lan?  Please leave your comments below!

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  21. This weekend, JordanCon hosted an online version of the beloved convention dedicated to Robert Jordan, The Wheel of Time series, and all things fantasy.  The Wot on Prime panel had some amazing panelist: Jennifer Liang, Shannan Lieb, Matt Hatch, Adam Whitehead, and Daniel Green.  But the surprise guest blew us all away: Rafe Judkins, the show runner for the Amazon Prime Wheel of Time show.


    Rafe’s presence was a complete shock to watchers on YouTube.  Once everyone calmed down, the group talked about casting choices (discussing the amazing acting by Peter Dinklage in Game of Thrones and how it won over the fans), the progress of the series (Rafe did nod when Matt said the series will not premier in 2020, and nodded again when Jenn said there won’t be 14 seasons), and how new fans who haven’t read the series might react to the show (Daniel promotes peace between book fans and show fans).


    Rafe spoke about how fans will react to his adaptation.  A lot of factors play into it—alluding to what they could get a dog to do on a Saturday—but Rafe insists he’s keeping the heart and spine of the series whole. He’s casting actors on the ability to portray the soul of the character, or keeping the heart of the scene, even if it’s different from the actual scene from the books.


    Rafe went into detail about how hiatus has affected the show, including having all eight scripts for season two finished before they start filming it and how that will positively impact editing and the flow of shooting.  He shared a story of Josha Stradowski (Rand), Marcus Rutherford (Perrin), and Barney Harris (Mat) sneaking out together in a very similar way the three ta’veren heroes are often out finding trouble.  Jenn asked why Rafe wanted to be involved in The Wheel of Time show and Rafe’s answer was perfect—and reminiscent of Brandon Sanderson’s answer for finishing the series—he doesn’t want anyone else to do it because they might mess it up.  Rafe continued on this topic and praised Brandon for his support on the project.  Adam asked about how gender will play into the show and Rafe answered that the Wheel of Time series addressed many gender issues when it was first released and wants to focus on making sure those points are made in a modern way (my interpretation is the show will not be focusing on feminism from the 1990s, but address it from a 2020-ish perspective).  He also talked about major themes of fate, hope and destiny will be prominent within the show.  Matt asked how the show will honor Robert Jordan, and Rafe answered there’ll be more of a feel of Harriet McDougal (Robert Jordan’s widow), Maria Simons (Robert Jordan’s assistant and member of Team Jordan), and Brandon Sanderson.  He also uses audio clips of Jordan’s book signings for help with pronunciations.  Rafe feels behind the scenes footage is better left until after the actual footage has been seen.  He says pictures will be released before any behind the scenes footage. Before leaving, Rafe did praise Wheel of Time fans for our kindness.  Jenn had to reiterate how we try to have a “No Jerks” policy in all our spaces.


    After Rafe left, panelists speculated about tidbits Rafe said.  The first being the reference to a dog not doing what it was supposed to on a Saturday—Jenn suggests it might be the scene where Mat flours Haral and Alsbet Luhhan’s dogs?  There was also heavy emphasis on how Rafe is a huge fan of the series and how similar his answer was to Brandon Sanderson on why he got involved with the show.


    You can watch the recorded video on JordanCon’s YouTube page, including real-time fan chat!  You can check out other JordanCONline videos here!


    So what do you think?  Will Rafe’s fan status ease your worries?  Let us know in the comments below!

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  22. Though the annual JordanCon was canceled in the physical realm, they’re taking the party to a mystical place similar to tel’aran’rhiod… the internet.  More specifically, JordanCon’s website, their Discord server, and other meeting apps like Zoom.

    Today, JordanCon released this weekend’s schedule:


    Thursday night will have a JordanCon countdown.  Join the Discord server and party till the party starts!


    Friday’s events start with the “Kilts and Crowns Kickoff on our Social Media.”  This event can be accessed several places, including JordanCon’s website, their Facebook group, Twitter, and Instagram.  Don’t say they’re not giving you options.  There will also be a “Dragonsteel Kickstarter” where Brandon Sanderson and Dragonsteel will reveal their latest project.  There will also be livestreams with artists Ariel Burgess and Paul Bielaczyc—Ariel’s will be demonstrating digital painting techniques, while Paul’s will host other artists for a game of Drawful.


    As usual, Saturday is the day for cosplay!  Follow or post your own pictures on all of JordanCon’s social media accounts.  Jennifer Liang and Adam Whitehead, along with other panelists, will discuss “WoT on Prime,” delving into all we know about the show and other things we can guess.  No Texas Hold-em Tournament this year, but JordanCon is still raising money of the Mayo Clinic—this year’s game of choice will be “Celebrity DnD.”  And no JordanCon is complete without the Saturday dance party!  You’ll need to head to Zoom to see the dancing and Discord to hear the music.


    Sunday concludes the convention with “Fantasy Debate,” where the panelists will discuss Wheel of Time versus fantasy elements.  And finally, Jenn and Jimmy Liang will end the event with the JordanCon Awards.


    Though we can’t be together all in one place, at least we’ll be able to spend digital time with people we love and discuss the series that brought us all together.


    Keep up-to-date with the details by following JordanCon on social media, or check out their website!

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