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For questions regarding the "Wheel of Time" book series, mostly written by Robert Jordan and finished by Brandon Sanderson after Jordan's death. It consists of 14 books and a prequel, along with extra material such as an encyclopedia. Use this tag together with the [robert-jordan] or [brandon-sanderson] tags as appropriate.

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Asmodean's killer is revealed in Towers of Midnight. The glossary entry for Graendal states: "A ruthless killer, she was responsible for the deaths of Aran'gar and Asmodean and for the destructio …
answered Feb 22 '17 by CHEESE
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Jordan uses many mythological and historical sources for the Forsaken. Some etymologies are more clear than others. I'll go through each of them: Aginor: Aginor was a character in the Iliad who atta …
answered Mar 29 '17 by CHEESE
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Here's what it says in The Wheel of Time Companion: While not a Darkfriend originally, he was always prime material for them, a man far more interested in wealth and power than anything else, will …
answered Aug 28 '17 by CHEESE
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From an interview here: Q: How much of Jesus Christ is there in Rand? We have the wounded palms, side wound, crown of swords... How representational of Jesus Christ is Rand? ROBERT JORDAN: Ra …
answered Feb 2 '17 by CHEESE