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““Men!” Perrin yelled, looking toward the assembled soldiers. Arganda was consulting with Gallenne. They turned to Perrin, as did the nearby members of the Wolf Guard, along with Galad and his Whitecloaks. 180 more words

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“The time for sorrows would, unfortunately, come. The Aes Sedai could not fight each battle. For now, however, Egwene was content to let the soldiers enjoy their victory, for it was the very best kind. 26 more words

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“There was something energizing about using raw power, sending weaves in their most basic forms. In that moment-maiming, destroying, bringing death upon the enemy-she felt as if she were one with the land itself. 67 more words

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“The Borderlanders do not need to be sheltered,” Lan said.

“No,” Rand replied, “but I’ve never known one who would refuse a sword when one was offered in a time of need.” 149 more words

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The Wheel of Time "Towers of Midnight" and "A Memory of Light" - Reflection from a Christian

The conclusion to the Wheel of Time series has arrived at long last. It is a worth finish (well, there are no endings, nor beginnings in the Wheel of Time… but it was  1,295 more words

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Everybody outside the Two Rivers, and to a lesser extent Andor, was bloody insane. A man just had to be ready for that.

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The Rahad had fought off every invasion so far. Light. Rand should have just hidden there, instead of going up to fight the Last Battle. The Trollocs and Darkfriends would have come for him, and the Rahad would have left them all unconscious in an alley, their pockets turned inside out and their shoes sold for soup money.

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