History Characters / TheWheelOfTimeTheWhiteTower

26th May '16 12:44:12 AM Morgenthaler
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* BlondesAreEvil
25th May '16 9:50:21 PM Ingonyama
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* MisBlamed: InUniverse. Several of the Two Rivers folk, particularly Nynaeve, come to resent Moiraine for taking them out of their humble lives and thrusting them into the jaws of death. Most of them (particularly Nynaeve) eventually realize how unfair and this is, particularly since they'd have probably all died on Winternight had Moiraine not been there to save them.

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* MisBlamed: InUniverse. Several of the Two Rivers folk, particularly Nynaeve, come to resent Moiraine for taking them out of their humble lives and thrusting them into the jaws of death. Most of them (particularly Nynaeve) eventually realize how unfair and this is, particularly since they'd have probably all died on Winternight had Moiraine not been there to save them.
25th May '16 9:47:46 PM Ingonyama
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* {{Badass}}: The second-best Forsaken-killer next to [[TheChosenOne Rand]], [[spoiler:[[HeroicSacrifice Egwene]], and [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder Graendal]]. [[spoiler:Moridin, Elza, and Perrin]] also kill as many Forsaken as her.

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* {{Badass}}: The second-best Forsaken-killer next to [[TheChosenOne Rand]], [[spoiler:[[HeroicSacrifice Egwene]], and [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder Graendal]].Graendal]]]]. [[spoiler:Moridin, Elza, and Perrin]] also kill as many Forsaken as her.
24th May '16 7:01:50 PM Ingonyama
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** The Companion, however, rectifies this to some degree, detailing how [[spoiler:she became a Darkfriend after murdering a girl a year before going to the Tower, killed a young man she seduced because the Darkfriends told her he had information about them, and murdered an Accepted on Black orders ([[EtTuBrute her only friend in the Tower]]) [[BlindObedience simply to prove she would obey orders without question]]. (The Accepted [[TreacheryCoverUp was made to appear a runaway]]. Alviarin did the deed without remorse)]]. It also reveals she was from Amadicia--as in, [[ChurchMilitant the nation of the Whitecloaks]]. Explains a lot about her willingness to turn on the Aes Sedai and join the Dark One, but also incredibly ironic that those convinced all Aes Sedai are Darkfriends never knew the actual head of the Shadow's Ajah was from their own nation.
24th May '16 12:41:08 AM Euodiachloris
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* {{Determinator}}

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* {{Determinator}}{{Determinator}}: When she decides to do something, ''it gets done''. ''Especially'' if it's beyond tricky, regardless of the opposition... and, not even killing her Warder, deposing her and ''Stilling her'' will stop her. The vast majority of Aes Sedai could not manage to pull through that, let alone pull off what she did, out of both sheer willpower ''and rage''. Elaida really should have known that about her, too.
23rd May '16 11:57:05 PM Euodiachloris
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* LethalChef: There's a good reason beyond her being either Aes Sedai or a noble to explain why others get to tend the fire. Her initiation pie is legendary.

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* LethalChef: There's a good reason beyond her being either Aes Sedai or a noble to explain why others get to tend the fire. Her initiation pie is also legendary.



* PlayingWithFire: Most Are Sedai aren't that good with either Earth or, more importantly for this trope, Fire. Moiraine is not one of them. It shows: she even works balefire out on her own.

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* PlayingWithFire: Most Are Aes Sedai aren't that good with either Earth or, more importantly for this trope, Fire. Moiraine is not one of them. It shows: she even works worked how to create balefire out on her own.own (the weave needs strength, sure: but, you're scuppered if you can't reliably blend enough Fire into the complex weave). Egwene and Nynaeve picked the knack up from her.



* ProperLady
* RegalRinglets

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* ProperLady
ProperLady: Was brought up as one, and she has never seen a reason to change.
* RegalRingletsRegalRinglets: Hair down, in curls and with her trademark stone woven in with its chain is ''her signature'' style.



** HonorBeforeReason

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** HonorBeforeReasonHonorBeforeReason: Egads, but is he ever. You can blame him for some of Rand 's, even.



* RightfulKingReturns

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* RightfulKingReturnsRightfulKingReturns: What his whole arc basically entails. If a rather lengthy and downplayed version... primarily because he refuses to acknowledge it as even ''possible'' for the bulk of it. He's got a point: the Blight rarely lets anything go.
23rd May '16 11:38:21 PM Euodiachloris
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** BadassBookworm

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** BadassBookwormBadassBookworm: Siuan wasn't alone in ferreting out what was going on, and Moiraine was the one who (made sure she) got the more active, hands-on and butt-kicking role...



* LethalChef: There's a good reason beyond her being either Aes Sedai or a noble to explain why others get to tend the fire. Her initiation pie is legendary.



* PlayingWithFire

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* PlayingWithFirePlayingWithFire: Most Are Sedai aren't that good with either Earth or, more importantly for this trope, Fire. Moiraine is not one of them. It shows: she even works balefire out on her own.
23rd May '16 11:22:00 PM Euodiachloris
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* '''Black Ajah''': If you care to ask an Aes Sedai whether there really ''is'' a secret organization of [[TheMole Darkfriends]] within the Tower, she will metaphorically kill you stone dead with a FascinatingEyebrow and verbal lightning -- unless you accidentally find one who ''is'' part of it. Who then proceeds to actually kill you and disposes of your ashes to shut you up. Until about Book 3, there was no hard evidence that the Black Ajah ''did'' exist. But, it does; and, for centuries, has. These are the Aes Sedai who serve The Shadow, and it's known that they are spread throughout the Tower's Ajahs and hierarchies; almost anybody can be one, and there have been multiple attempts to root them out, all of varying, but mostly incomplete, success.

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* '''Black Ajah''': If you care to ask an Aes Sedai whether there really ''is'' a secret organization of [[TheMole Darkfriends]] within the Tower, she will metaphorically kill you stone dead with a FascinatingEyebrow and verbal lightning -- unless you accidentally find one who ''is'' part of it. Who then proceeds to actually kill you and disposes of your ashes to shut you up. Until up if you happen to have even tangential proof behind your suspicions. Incidentally, until about Book 3, there was no hard evidence that the Black Ajah ''did'' exist. But, it does; and, for centuries, has. These are the Aes Sedai who serve The Shadow, and it's known that they are spread throughout the Tower's Ajahs and hierarchies; almost anybody can be one, and there have been multiple attempts to root them out, all of varying, but mostly incomplete, success.
23rd May '16 11:14:30 PM Euodiachloris
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* '''Black Ajah''': If you ask an Aes Sedai whether there really ''is'' a secret organization of [[TheMole Darkfriends]] within the Tower, she will kill you with a FascinatingEyebrow and lightning. And, until about Book 3, there was no hard evidence that the Black Ajah ''did'' exist. But it does. These are Aes Sedai who serve The Shadow, and it's known that they are spread throughout the Tower hierarchy; almost anybody can be one, and there have been multiple attempts to root them out, of varying success.

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* '''Black Ajah''': If you care to ask an Aes Sedai whether there really ''is'' a secret organization of [[TheMole Darkfriends]] within the Tower, she will metaphorically kill you stone dead with a FascinatingEyebrow and lightning. And, until verbal lightning -- unless you accidentally find one who ''is'' part of it. Who then proceeds to actually kill you and disposes of your ashes to shut you up. Until about Book 3, there was no hard evidence that the Black Ajah ''did'' exist. But But, it does. does; and, for centuries, has. These are the Aes Sedai who serve The Shadow, and it's known that they are spread throughout the Tower hierarchy; Tower's Ajahs and hierarchies; almost anybody can be one, and there have been multiple attempts to root them out, all of varying varying, but mostly incomplete, success.
2nd Feb '16 1:54:48 PM Lucifedes
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* DePower: [[spoiler:After her ordeal with the Finns, she's lost a lot of power. On the other hand, she escapes with a ''ter'angreal'' capable of making her even more powerful than she used to be.]]

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* DePower: [[spoiler:After her ordeal with the Finns, she's lost a lot of power. On the other hand, she escapes with a ''ter'angreal'' an ''angreal'' capable of making her even more powerful than she used to be.]]
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