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Wolfkin
#11
Something I find really interesting is the notion of the greater influx of old things coming again correlating to the greater change at the end of an Age.
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#12
*nod*

Jordan doesn't even specify the end of an Age, just great change in general. The full quote is below. I snipped it because the question and the rest of the answer wasn't relevant to the wolfkin discussion. Works great in the context of FA, huh.


Quote:WEEK 16 QUESTION
Question: Is there any relationship between Foretelling and Min’s viewings? Or is Foretelling a talent that only manifests in someone who can channel? Is Min’s ability completely unique, or has it appeared in Ages past?
ROBERT JORDAN: There is no relationship whatsoever between Foretelling, which manifests only in someone who can channel, and Min’s viewings. There have been versions of Min’s viewings in some previous ages, though not exactly the same. Min, and the sniffers, and wolfbrothers appearing are all highly indicative, you know. New abilities, for this Age, are appearing, and that in itself indicates great changes coming. Great changes underway. Min’s abilities will not remain unique; we have already seen one wolfbrother besides Perrin and Elyas, though a pitiful soul who couldn’t master his gift, and there will be other sniffers. The Age is changing. The Wheel never stands still.
"A river is water in its loveliest form; rivers have life and sound and movement and infinity of variation, rivers are veins of the earth through which the lifeblood returns to the heart."
Roderick Haig-Brown
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