History Characters / TheWheelOfTimeSeanchan

3rd Jan '18 9:16:21 AM Eagal
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!'''Egeanin / [[spoiler:Leilwin Shipless]]'''

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!'''Egeanin / [[spoiler:Leilwin Shipless]]'''
Leilwin Shipless'''



High Lady Suroth Sabelle Meldarath is in charge of securing a foothold in the Westlands to prepare for the return of the Seanchan. She is a cold and calculating individual who does not tolerate dissention amongst her ranks. Although she suffers a great defeat early on, her subsequent victories elsewhere lead some to believe that she may have secret ambitions inappropriate for her station. [[spoiler: This is later verified as she is a Darkfriend under Semirhage with plans to make her the new Empress]].

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High Lady Suroth Sabelle Meldarath is in charge of securing a foothold in the Westlands to prepare for the return of the Seanchan. She is a cold and calculating individual who does not tolerate dissention amongst her ranks. Although she suffers a great defeat early on, her subsequent victories elsewhere lead some to believe that she may have secret ambitions inappropriate for her station. [[spoiler: This is later verified as she is a Darkfriend under Semirhage with plans to make her the new Empress]].
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11th Nov '17 7:12:06 PM DustSnitch
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* BadassPrincess
16th Jan '17 11:04:23 PM Leyrann
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** Also averted, however, in that the sign tells her to stay with Mat; which was why she and Mat in the end married, without which the Last Battle would have been a foregone conclusion. Either Mat's ta'veren effect caused this, or the "superstitious" signs are as superstitious as ta'veren itself.

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** Also averted, however, in that the sign tells her to stay with Mat; which was why she [[spoiler:she and Mat in the end married, married]], without which the Last Battle would have been a foregone conclusion. Either Mat's ta'veren effect caused this, or the "superstitious" signs are as superstitious as ta'veren itself.
16th Jan '17 11:03:01 PM Leyrann
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** Also averted, however, in that the sign tells her to stay with Mat; which was why she and Mat in the end married, without which the Last Battle would have been a foregone conclusion. Either Mat's ta'veren effect caused this, or the "superstitious" signs are as superstitious as ta'veren itself.
29th Apr '16 1:20:39 PM Doug86
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Almost a thousand years before events in the book, the legendary king Artur Hawkwing (the KingArthur[=/=]AlexanderTheGreat of the [=WoT=] universe) united the Westlands under his empire. He sent his son with a huge contingent of troops across the Aryth Ocean to the west to discover new lands for his kingdom. They never returned and were thought to be lost at sea. Hawkwing's empire eventually crumbled after his death, resulting in the independent nations of the series' present. However, the expedition survived the journey and set up a new empire in the continent they discovered. Utilizing the strange creatures native to the land as well as [[EmpireWithADarkSecret mystical and fearsome devices for controling channelers]], they conquered the indigenous peoples. Now, they are returning to the Westlands, determined to retake their homelands which they believe is their birthright and will stop at nothing to see the Hawkwing Empire restored.

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Almost a thousand years before events in the book, the legendary king Artur Hawkwing (the KingArthur[=/=]AlexanderTheGreat KingArthur[=/=]UsefulNotes/AlexanderTheGreat of the [=WoT=] universe) united the Westlands under his empire. He sent his son with a huge contingent of troops across the Aryth Ocean to the west to discover new lands for his kingdom. They never returned and were thought to be lost at sea. Hawkwing's empire eventually crumbled after his death, resulting in the independent nations of the series' present. However, the expedition survived the journey and set up a new empire in the continent they discovered. Utilizing the strange creatures native to the land as well as [[EmpireWithADarkSecret mystical and fearsome devices for controling channelers]], they conquered the indigenous peoples. Now, they are returning to the Westlands, determined to retake their homelands which they believe is their birthright and will stop at nothing to see the Hawkwing Empire restored.
10th Jan '16 12:33:57 PM Gregzilla
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* [[spoiler:AwesomeMomentOfCrowning: Crowned Empress of the Seanchan following her mother's death, she renames herself Fortuona.]]

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* [[spoiler:AwesomeMomentOfCrowning: Crowned AwesomeMomentOfCrowning: [[spoiler:Crowned Empress of the Seanchan following her mother's death, she renames herself Fortuona.]]
13th Jun '15 11:38:41 PM intastiel
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* DoYouWantToCopulate: She seems to view consummating her marriage as akin to performing maintenance on Mat.

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* DoYouWantToCopulate: She seems to view consummating her marriage as akin to performing maintenance on Mat.her spouse, not least because [[spoiler:at that point she's the last surviving member of the imperial family and wants to produce some heirs. After she gets pregnant by Mat, she's more relaxed about the subject.]]
26th Aug '14 3:16:29 PM DracMonster
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* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: carries the title "Daughter of the Nine Moons," signifying her position as heir-designate to the Crystal Throne.

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* DoYouWantToCopulate: She seems to view consummating her marriage as akin to performing maintenance on Mat.
* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: carries Carries the title "Daughter of the Nine Moons," signifying her position as heir-designate to the Crystal Throne.
19th Nov '13 12:51:26 PM DracMonster
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* FlatEarthAtheist: An odd zig-zagging case, she dismisses many supernatural things that Mat takes for granted (such as ravens and vermin acting as spies for the Dark One) as superstitious nonsense, even when presented with blatant physical proof they're true. But she has iron-clad faith in her culture's ''own'' superstitions (such as seeing constant omens in minor things,) and religiously {{Hand Wave}}s away Mat's much more justified skepticism.
26th Jun '13 6:57:25 PM Seiryu
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* HypocriticalHumor: She hears someone talking to Mat mention ''ta'veren'', and she criticizes Randland and their "endless superstitions." Not even two seconds later, she sees a pair of birds, and takes that as a sign. Normally, she's very self-aware, but in this case, the cognitive dissonance doesn't even occur to her.
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