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"WOT can be Amazon's own GoT"
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Story from a couple days ago on Screenrant. I just find it cool that WoT is getting publicity on a mainstream site like SR.

https://screenrant.com/wheel-time-show-a...es-reason/
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#2
Their description of the series isn't really right. But it is good to see it there and with so much up coming popularity.
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#3
The more things I read the more I'm looking forward to it, I think the show is in good hands. It'll be nice to see the reactions of people who've never read or heard of the books.
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#4
I noticed they used the "good" artwork to depict WoT scenes. 
Wonder why they didn't use the cover art..? *Scratches head..?
Only darkness shows you the light.


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#5
Because Rand looked like a chimpanzee in that LoC cover, with arms that went past his knees. I think someone called it "The Passion of the Aes Sedai." And dont get me started or Crown of Swords...
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#6
Rena's avatar would make for a brilliant vampire pc.
"So?" said Loki impatiently.  "This isn't the first time the world has come to an end, and it won't be the last either."
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#7
Ooooo...that's an idea. What if she's into the vampire subculture? could be interesting!
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(04-28-2020, 02:23 PM)Rena Wrote: Ooooo...that's an idea. What if she's into the vampire subculture? could be interesting!


The dreyken could have a subculture of humans that follow them around and let them drink their blood. I wrote a story about something like that with Jaxen and the Draikaina, but it didn't go anywhere. Could be a new field for story plots.
https://thefirstage.org/forums/thread-732.html
"So?" said Loki impatiently.  "This isn't the first time the world has come to an end, and it won't be the last either."
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(04-28-2020, 04:01 PM)Jaxen Marveet Wrote:
(04-28-2020, 02:23 PM)Rena Wrote: Ooooo...that's an idea. What if she's into the vampire subculture? could be interesting!


The dreyken could have a subculture of humans that follow them around and let them drink their blood. I wrote a story about something like that with Jaxen and the Draikaina, but it didn't go anywhere. Could be a new field for story plots.
https://thefirstage.org/forums/thread-732.html

that is a fascinating idea. We should talk.
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(04-28-2020, 04:15 PM)Rena Wrote:
(04-28-2020, 04:01 PM)Jaxen Marveet Wrote:
(04-28-2020, 02:23 PM)Rena Wrote: Ooooo...that's an idea. What if she's into the vampire subculture? could be interesting!


The dreyken could have a subculture of humans that follow them around and let them drink their blood. I wrote a story about something like that with Jaxen and the Draikaina, but it didn't go anywhere. Could be a new field for story plots.
https://thefirstage.org/forums/thread-732.html

that is a fascinating idea. We should talk.


Now that you say it, it really is a fascinating idea isn’t it? 
*grin
"So?" said Loki impatiently.  "This isn't the first time the world has come to an end, and it won't be the last either."
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