History Characters / TheWheelOfTimeTheAiel

13th Jul '16 5:47:31 AM Morgenthaler
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* RedHeadedHero



* RedHeadedHero: As an Aiel, since most of them are.
26th May '16 12:43:49 AM Morgenthaler
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* BlondesAreEvil: Not a very nice person. So much so that her own people only follow her because of HonorBeforeReason.
10th Jan '16 12:29:41 PM Gregzilla
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* [[spoiler:PregnantBadass: Very likely. Min has a viewing of her having Rand's quadruplets and Rand has sex with her at least once right before the beginning of The Last Battle. Furthermore, in Aviendha's BadFuture viewing it was very public knowledge that the quadruplets are Rand's, meaning that she's probably already pregnant before his "death" (though the wonkiness with the timestream during the last battle might give them a little wiggle room with that). So, in all likelihood, the entire time that Aviendha was defending Rand and his group at Shayol Ghul she was already pregnant, albeit only recently.]]

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* [[spoiler:PregnantBadass: Very PregnantBadass: [[spoiler:Very likely. Min has a viewing of her having Rand's quadruplets and Rand has sex with her at least once right before the beginning of The Last Battle. Furthermore, in Aviendha's BadFuture viewing it was very public knowledge that the quadruplets are Rand's, meaning that she's probably already pregnant before his "death" (though the wonkiness with the timestream during the last battle might give them a little wiggle room with that). So, in all likelihood, the entire time that Aviendha was defending Rand and his group at Shayol Ghul she was already pregnant, albeit only recently.]]



* [[spoiler:SomeoneToRememberHimBy: It's heavily implied that the sex she and Rand have in Book 14 is what results in her having his quadruplets. Subverted in that Rand isn't actually dead.]]

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* [[spoiler:SomeoneToRememberHimBy: It's SomeoneToRememberHimBy: [[spoiler:It's heavily implied that the sex she and Rand have in Book 14 is what results in her having his quadruplets. Subverted in that Rand isn't actually dead.]]



* [[spoiler:BrainwashedAndCrazy: Late in the Last Battle, Graendal, then known as Hessalam, uses her Compulsion on him, making him into one of her personal bodyguards among Aiel.]]

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* [[spoiler:BrainwashedAndCrazy: Late BrainwashedAndCrazy: [[spoiler:Late in the Last Battle, Graendal, then known as Hessalam, uses her Compulsion on him, making him into one of her personal bodyguards among Aiel.]]



* [[spoiler:KilledOffForReal: Graendal uses [[{{Brainwashing}} Compulsion]] to make him one of her personal bodyguard. Aviendha offs him later, to her horror.]]
** [[spoiler:ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: Sort of. Aviendha spears straight through him in a fist-sized hole with a weave of Fire.]]

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* [[spoiler:KilledOffForReal: Graendal KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:Graendal uses [[{{Brainwashing}} Compulsion]] to make him one of her personal bodyguard. Aviendha offs him later, to her horror.]]
** [[spoiler:ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: Sort ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: [[spoiler:Sort of. Aviendha spears straight through him in a fist-sized hole with a weave of Fire.]]



* [[spoiler:ScrewDestiny: her attitude towards the visions Aviendha had in [[FanNickname the Way-Forward Ter'angreal]]. This is smarter than it sounds: she points out that they need to act as though the future can be changed, regardless of whether that's true. She then gives the advice that Aviendha change one of her children's names and never speak the old one aloud.]]

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* [[spoiler:ScrewDestiny: her ScrewDestiny: [[spoiler:Her attitude towards the visions Aviendha had in [[FanNickname the Way-Forward Ter'angreal]]. This is smarter than it sounds: she points out that they need to act as though the future can be changed, regardless of whether that's true. She then gives the advice that Aviendha change one of her children's names and never speak the old one aloud.]]



* [[spoiler:PutOnABus: After her defeat at Malden, she is taken away by the Seanchan as a trophy.]]

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* [[spoiler:PutOnABus: After PutOnABus: [[spoiler:After her defeat at Malden, she is taken away by the Seanchan as a trophy.]]



* [[spoiler:ScrewThisImOuttaHere: Brings the Shaido back to the Three-Fold Land following the capture of Sevanna at Malden.]]

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* [[spoiler:ScrewThisImOuttaHere: Brings ScrewThisImOuttaHere: [[spoiler:Brings the Shaido back to the Three-Fold Land following the capture of Sevanna at Malden.]]
28th Feb '15 9:09:50 PM JasonJD48
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The Aiel (pronounced "eye-EEL") are a race that live in a ThirstyDesert, the "Aiel Waste," beyond the Spine of the World, separating the "Europe" of the main story from the "Asia" of Shara. Every single one of them is a ProudWarriorRaceGuy. Ever since [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt The Breaking of the World]] they have scratched out an existence in the Three-Fold Land (as they call it), waging constant wars amongst themselves for scarce resources which has forged them into a highly efficient fighting force, much a like a similar [[{{Dune}} desert-dwelling people]]. They follow a complex set of rules and social mores, ''ji'e'toh'' ("Honor and Duty", or perhaps "Honor and Obligation"), that can be [[HonorBeforeReason confusing to outsiders]]. The history of their people is a [[EmpireWithADarkSecret dark and shameful secret]]. Those aspiring to be Clan Chiefs or Wise Ones must travel to their abandoned holy city of Rhuidean in order to learn this history. Only about one in three return, the rest suffer from GoMadFromTheRevelation.

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The Aiel (pronounced "eye-EEL") are a race that live in a ThirstyDesert, the "Aiel Waste," beyond the Spine of the World, separating the "Europe" of the main story from the "Asia" of Shara. Every single one of them is a ProudWarriorRaceGuy. Ever since [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt The Breaking of the World]] they have scratched out an existence in the Three-Fold Land (as they call it), waging constant wars amongst themselves for scarce resources which has forged them into a highly efficient fighting force, much a like a similar [[{{Dune}} [[Franchise/{{Dune}} desert-dwelling people]]. They follow a complex set of rules and social mores, ''ji'e'toh'' ("Honor and Duty", or perhaps "Honor and Obligation"), that can be [[HonorBeforeReason confusing to outsiders]]. The history of their people is a [[EmpireWithADarkSecret dark and shameful secret]]. Those aspiring to be Clan Chiefs or Wise Ones must travel to their abandoned holy city of Rhuidean in order to learn this history. Only about one in three return, the rest suffer from GoMadFromTheRevelation.
6th Aug '14 1:02:27 AM Teddroe
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* [[spoiler:PregnantBadass: Very likely. Min has a viewing of her having Rand's quadruplets and Rand has sex with her at least once right before the beginning of The Last Battle. Furthermore, in Aviendha's BadFuture viewing it was very public knowledge that the quadruplets are Rand's, meaning that she's probably already pregnant before his "death" (though the wonkiness with the timestream during the last battle might give them a little wiggle room with that). So, in all likelihood, that the entire time that Aviendha was defending Rand and his group at Shayol Ghul she was already pregnant, albeit only recently.]]

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* [[spoiler:PregnantBadass: Very likely. Min has a viewing of her having Rand's quadruplets and Rand has sex with her at least once right before the beginning of The Last Battle. Furthermore, in Aviendha's BadFuture viewing it was very public knowledge that the quadruplets are Rand's, meaning that she's probably already pregnant before his "death" (though the wonkiness with the timestream during the last battle might give them a little wiggle room with that). So, in all likelihood, that the entire time that Aviendha was defending Rand and his group at Shayol Ghul she was already pregnant, albeit only recently.]]
4th Aug '14 1:57:57 AM Teddroe
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* [[spoiler:PregnantBadass: Possibly; Heavily implied by Min's viewing of her as having Rand's quadruplets and the fact that Rand has sex with her at least once right before the beginning of The Last Battle, meaning that the entire time that Aviendha was defending Rand and his group at Shayol Ghul, she may well have been pregnant.]]

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* [[spoiler:PregnantBadass: Possibly; Heavily implied by Min's Very likely. Min has a viewing of her as having Rand's quadruplets and the fact that Rand has sex with her at least once right before the beginning of The Last Battle, Battle. Furthermore, in Aviendha's BadFuture viewing it was very public knowledge that the quadruplets are Rand's, meaning that she's probably already pregnant before his "death" (though the wonkiness with the timestream during the last battle might give them a little wiggle room with that). So, in all likelihood, that the entire time that Aviendha was defending Rand and his group at Shayol Ghul, Ghul she may well have been pregnant.was already pregnant, albeit only recently.]]
4th Aug '14 1:46:36 AM Teddroe
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* [[spoiler:PregnantBadass: Heavily implied by Min's viewing of her as having Rand's quadruplets and the fact that Rand has sex with her not long before the Last Battle begins, meaning that the entire time that Aviendha was defending Rand and his group at Shayol Ghul, she was pregnant.]]

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* [[spoiler:PregnantBadass: Possibly; Heavily implied by Min's viewing of her as having Rand's quadruplets and the fact that Rand has sex with her not long at least once right before the beginning of The Last Battle begins, Battle, meaning that the entire time that Aviendha was defending Rand and his group at Shayol Ghul, she was may well have been pregnant.]]
26th Jun '14 6:44:21 PM slvstrChung
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The Aiel are a race that live beyond the Spine of the World and every single one of them is a ProudWarriorRaceGuy. Ever since [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt The Breaking of the World]] they have scratched out an existence in the [[ThirstyDesert Three-Fold Land]] waging constant wars amongst themselves for scarce resources which has forged them into a highly efficient fighting force, much a like a similar [[{{Dune}} desert-dwelling people]]. They follow a complex set of rules and social mores, ''ji'e'toh'' ("Honor and Duty", or perhaps "Honor and Obligation"), that can be [[HonorBeforeReason confusing to outsiders]]. The history of their people is a [[EmpireWithADarkSecret dark and shameful secret]]. Those aspiring to be Clan Chiefs or Wise Ones must travel to their abandoned holy city of Rhuidean in order to learn this history. Only about one in three return, the rest suffer from GoMadFromTheRevelation.

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The Aiel (pronounced "eye-EEL") are a race that live in a ThirstyDesert, the "Aiel Waste," beyond the Spine of the World and every World, separating the "Europe" of the main story from the "Asia" of Shara. Every single one of them is a ProudWarriorRaceGuy. Ever since [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt The Breaking of the World]] they have scratched out an existence in the [[ThirstyDesert Three-Fold Land]] Land (as they call it), waging constant wars amongst themselves for scarce resources which has forged them into a highly efficient fighting force, much a like a similar [[{{Dune}} desert-dwelling people]]. They follow a complex set of rules and social mores, ''ji'e'toh'' ("Honor and Duty", or perhaps "Honor and Obligation"), that can be [[HonorBeforeReason confusing to outsiders]]. The history of their people is a [[EmpireWithADarkSecret dark and shameful secret]]. Those aspiring to be Clan Chiefs or Wise Ones must travel to their abandoned holy city of Rhuidean in order to learn this history. Only about one in three return, the rest suffer from GoMadFromTheRevelation.
GoMadFromTheRevelation.

The Aiel are divided into twelve clans, ruled by the clan chiefs, which form a semi-feudal heirarchy and further subdivide into "septs" and "holdings" (individual settlements). Aiel warriors also become members of one of the twelve warrior societies, such as "Far Dareis Mai" (the [[AmazonBrigade Maidens of the Spear]]), "Aethan Dor" ([[CityGuards Red Shields]]) and more. While this can create conflicting loyalties, it also keeps the lines of diplomacy open at all times, because Aiel from the same society won't fight each other even if their clans are at war. Additionally, ''ji'e'toh'' includes FictionalGenevaConventions, which an Aiel would rather die than break. Their prophecy speaks of a ''Car'a'carn'', a chief of chiefs, He Who Comes With The Dawn, who will arise to lead them, but who will also destroy them.
9th Apr '14 11:23:24 AM TVRulezAgain
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* HotBlooded

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* HotBloodedHotBlooded: In the ''The Shadow Rising'' you only see him calm in only a few paragraphs and those are always followed by him raging against something. The Aiel in general are extremely in control of their emotions. Mat idly wonders at one moment how Couladin managed to live for as long as he did among them, let alone become a prospective Clan Chief.
7th Jul '13 11:35:03 AM fruitstripegum
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** DefrostingIceQueen: Due to both Rand and Elayne over the series.\

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** DefrostingIceQueen: Due to both Rand and Elayne over the series.\
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