Saidin / Saidar

The One Power comes from the True Source, the driving force of creation, the force the Creator made to turn the Wheel of Time. Saidin, the male half of the True Source, and saidar, the female half, work against each other, and at the same time together to provide that force.

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"Fain was always one to carry bad news quickly, and the worse, the faster. There’s more raven in him than man."
—Thom Merrilin, The Eye of the World, Chapter 4, “The Gleeman”

I never noticed this little hint of foreshadowing before. It really is a very apt description of Padan Fain.

asthewheelturns:

"Fain was always one to carry bad news quickly, and the worse, the faster. There’s more raven in him than man."
—Thom Merrilin, The Eye of the World, Chapter 4, “The Gleeman”
I never noticed this little hint of foreshadowing before. It really is a very apt description of Padan Fain.

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“Suddenly he burst out laughing; it looked odd, like a rock laughing.”

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About Lan Mandragoran.

Robert Joran. Wheel of time, The Great Hunt chapter 6.

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The Last Malkier - al’Lan Mandragoran by *endave

“Whether the bear beats the wolf or the wolf beats the bear, the rabbit always loses.”

—   Robert Jordan (The Eye of the World)

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By Jeremy Saliba
kurchina:

Soon comes the day all shall be free.Even you, and even me.Soon comes the day all shall die.Surely you, but never I. 


Padan Fain

kurchina:

Soon comes the day all shall be free.
Even you, and even me.
Soon comes the day all shall die.
Surely you, but never I.

Padan Fain

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randland:

The Eye of the World

randland:

The Eye of the World

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Egwene 
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“‘I dare the truth, Elaida,’ Egwene said quietly. ‘You are a coward and a tyrant. I’d name you Darkfriend as well, but I suspect that the Dark One would perhaps be embarrassed to associate with you.’”

—   Egwene Al’Vere
Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson, The Gathering Storm (via maledictor)

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