History Characters / TheWheelOfTimeRoyalLineOfAndor

12th Nov '17 3:53:13 PM acrobox
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* BadassPrincess



* ActionGirl: Once she became a Maiden of the Spear.
* BadassPrincess: Or rather, former princess.
7th May '17 4:33:20 PM eduardoalamo22
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7th May '17 4:31:31 PM eduardoalamo22
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7th May '17 4:30:29 PM eduardoalamo22
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5th Nov '16 4:21:10 PM Morgenthaler
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* {{Badass}}: As a woman who went out and ''chose'' to be a Maiden of the Spear after being told to leave her home by a prophecy outside of Aiel culture.
** BadassPrincess: Or rather, former princess.
** PregnantBadass: Was taking part in the Battle of the Shining Walls in the Aiel War while pregnant [[spoiler:with Rand]]. However, she ended up having what is very possibly DeathByChildbirth.

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* {{Badass}}: As a woman who went out and ''chose'' to be a Maiden of the Spear after being told to leave her home by a prophecy outside of Aiel culture.
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BadassPrincess: Or rather, former princess.
** PregnantBadass: Was taking part in the Battle of the Shining Walls in the Aiel War while pregnant [[spoiler:with Rand]]. However, she ended up having what is very possibly DeathByChildbirth.
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* PregnantBadass: Was taking part in the Battle of the Shining Walls in the Aiel War while pregnant [[spoiler:with Rand]]. However, she ended up having what is very possibly DeathByChildbirth.
12th Aug '16 9:41:50 PM NOYB
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* HappilyAdopted: By Morgase.
9th Aug '16 8:35:02 AM NOYB
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* PowerLevels: About as magically weak as a person can get, barely enough to make a scarf move in a breeze. [[spoiler: Yet moving a scarf does save her life at one point.]]

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* PowerLevels: About as magically weak in the Power as a person can get, barely enough to make a scarf move in a breeze. [[spoiler: Yet moving a scarf does save her life at one point.]]
9th Aug '16 8:33:53 AM NOYB
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* MasterSwordsman: Became a blademaster when he killed Hammar (his own trainer) during the tower schism. Also, according to WordOfGod before Robert Jordan's AuthorExistenceFailure, he is the fourth-best swordsman, behind Lan, Rand, and Galad. [[spoiler:Fifth-best, as it turns out, with Demandred among those better than him.]]

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* MasterSwordsman: Became a blademaster when he killed Hammar (his own trainer) during the tower schism. Also, according to WordOfGod before Robert Jordan's AuthorExistenceFailure, he is the fourth-best swordsman, behind Lan, Rand, and Galad. [[spoiler:Fifth-best, as it turns out, with Demandred among those better than him.he.]]



* SecondLove: with Janduin, clan chief of the Tardaad Aiel. Rand takes after him more than her.

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* SecondLove: with With Janduin, clan chief of the Tardaad Aiel. Rand takes after him more than her.
5th Jun '16 9:12:07 PM Alucard10001
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* InformedFlaw: [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]]. His rigid sense of morality certainly is a flaw; even so, some characters- specifically his sister Elayne (who goes so far as to repeatedly [[IHaveNoSon deny that he is her brother]])- treat it as the [[ThisIsUnforgivable Worst Thing Ever]]; particularly petty with Elayne, where implicitly its rooted in Galad having a tendency to [[CantGetAwayWithNothing tattle on her and Gawyn]] when they were kids. Basically she gives him a lot more vitriol than she does even (other) Whitecloaks or the Red Ajah, or any other character who has far more serious KnightTemplar qualities than he. And whatever else you say about his limited ethical judgement, he at least can be said to be one of the more un-hypocritical characters in a series arguably filled with hypocrites. His outlook starts to become a great deal more informed and a lot less rigid during Book 13, and by the time of Book 14, he is essentially just becomes a really good person.

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* InformedFlaw: [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]]. His rigid sense of morality certainly is a flaw; even so, some characters- specifically his sister Elayne (who goes so far as to repeatedly [[IHaveNoSon deny that he is her brother]])- treat it as the [[ThisIsUnforgivable Worst Thing Ever]]; particularly petty with Elayne, where implicitly its rooted in Galad having a tendency to [[CantGetAwayWithNothing tattle on her and Gawyn]] when they were kids. Basically she gives him a lot more vitriol than she does even (other) Whitecloaks or the Red Ajah, or any other character who has far more serious KnightTemplar qualities than he. And whatever else you say about his limited ethical judgement, he at least can be said to be one of the more un-hypocritical characters in a series arguably filled with hypocrites. His outlook starts to become a great deal more informed and a lot less rigid during Book 13, and by the time of Book 14, he is essentially just becomes a really good person.
5th Jun '16 9:11:28 PM Alucard10001
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* PregnantBadass: [[spoiler:In Book 14, she spends the better part of a day aiding her forces by way of channeling to hold back Shadowspawn forces while heavily pregnant, to the point of being so exhausted that she doesn't think that she'll be able to channel again if her life depended on it for a time. Davram Bashere admits that she was pretty much the only reason they kept up an entire flank of their forces in that battle.]]

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* PregnantBadass: [[spoiler:In Book 14, she spends the better part of a day aiding her forces by way of channeling to hold back Shadowspawn forces while heavily pregnant, to the point of being so exhausted that she doesn't think that she'll be able to channel again if her life depended on it for a time. Davram Bashere admits that she was pretty much the only reason they kept up an entire flank of their forces in that battle. In the same battle, while completely unable to channel due to exhaustion, she also tries to take on a Trolloc with a sword in order to rally her troops despite having admitted to having no idea how to use one.]]



* SomeoneToRememberHimBy: [[spoiler:Becomes pregnant with Rand's twins.]]

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* SomeoneToRememberHimBy: [[spoiler:Becomes pregnant with Rand's twins. Became public knowledge in Book 14.]]



* BadassNormal

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* BadassNormalBadassNormal: [[spoiler:Was able, without any augmentations, to keep up with and even wound Demandred in a swordfight.]]



* InformedFlaw: [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]]. His rigid sense of morality certainly is a flaw; even so, some characters- specifically his sister Elayne (who goes so far as to repeatedly [[IHaveNoSon deny that he is her brother]])- treat it as the [[ThisIsUnforgivable Worst Thing Ever]]; particularly petty with Elayne, where implicitly its rooted in Galad having a tendency to [[CantGetAwayWithNothing tattle on her and Gawyn]] when they were kids. Basically she gives him a lot more vitriol than she does even (other) Whitecloaks or the Red Ajah, or any other character who has far more serious KnightTemplar qualities than he. And whatever else you say about his limited ethical judgement, he at least can be said to be one of the more un-hypocritical characters in a series arguably filled with hypocrites.

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* InformedFlaw: [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]]. His rigid sense of morality certainly is a flaw; even so, some characters- specifically his sister Elayne (who goes so far as to repeatedly [[IHaveNoSon deny that he is her brother]])- treat it as the [[ThisIsUnforgivable Worst Thing Ever]]; particularly petty with Elayne, where implicitly its rooted in Galad having a tendency to [[CantGetAwayWithNothing tattle on her and Gawyn]] when they were kids. Basically she gives him a lot more vitriol than she does even (other) Whitecloaks or the Red Ajah, or any other character who has far more serious KnightTemplar qualities than he. And whatever else you say about his limited ethical judgement, he at least can be said to be one of the more un-hypocritical characters in a series arguably filled with hypocrites. His outlook starts to become a great deal more informed and a lot less rigid during Book 13, and by the time of Book 14, he is essentially just becomes a really good person.
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