* AuthorExistenceFailure: Jordan died after book 11, BrandonSanderson took up the mantle.
** While BrandonSanderson did a fine job indeed some differences are glaring
*** The big one is that while RobertJordan was a veteran and graduate of the Citadel, BrandonSanderson has problems with battles and combat in general. In A Memory of Light, the forces of the Light make glaring mistakes that aren't explainable by the corruption of the high command. The forces holding a pass are mostly cavalry, while the forces fighting a rearguard action (in a forest!) are mostly ranged (with artillery!). The forces for an assault on (and subsequent defense of) the enemy main base are, a good part of them at least, irregulars without real equipment and supply. Also, a often used tactic for cavalry assaults is to rip the ground apart before they hit, as to make sure the horses stumble (in an assault!).
*** Another is usage of military organisational units. One commander thinks how good it is that she has two whole banners of crossbowmen, which would be any number from 100 to 1000 (at the most), in an army numbering tens of thousands, fighting an enemy with one or two hundred thousand soldiers...
* TropeNamer For:
** LegendFadesToMyth
** SilkHidingSteel
* Supplementary links: (Spoilers Galore!)
** [[http://wotfaq.dragonmount.com/ The Wheel of Time FAQ]]
** [[http://www.encyclopaedia-wot.org/ Encyclopedia WoT]]
** [[http://pop.wheeloftime.org/index.php?topic=635.0 ISAM's mock summaries]] (An AbridgedSeries parody, up to Book 10)
** [[http://wot.wikia.com/wiki/A_beginning Wheel Of Time Wiki]]
** [[http://www.tor.com/features/series/wot-reread The Wheel of Time Reread]] with BigNameFan Leigh Butler, former curator of aforementioned WoT FAQ. Treat as you would any {{Recap}} section.
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