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By Robert Jordan

The Wheel of Time turns, and a while come and move. What was once, what's going to be, and what's, could but fall less than the Shadow. Let the Dragon trip back at the winds of time.

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She did not realize she had spoken aloud until Rhiale answered her. " The flame-haired woman eyed her bloody spear distastefully; Wise Ones were not supposed to carry spears. She ostentatiously laid the weapon in the crook of her elbow, the way she had seen chiefs do, as Rhiale went on. "Wetlanders have attacked from the south. " She imbued the word with all the scorn proper for those who would name themselves Spears of the Dragon. "Maidens as well. " Sevanna said incredulously before realizing how it sounded.

Other Wise Ones were down as well, around a ragged hole a span across torn in the ground; thin tendrils of smoke rose from the dresses of some. Not everyone had fallen--the battle of fire and lightning continued in the sky--but too many. She had to throw them back into the dance. Forcing herself to breathe, she scrambled to her feet, not bothering to brush off the dirt. " she shouted. Seizing Estalaine's angular shoulders, she started to drag the woman to her feet, then realized from her staring blue eyes that she was dead and let her fall.

The filthy slander that the Red Ajah had set him up as a false Dragon would die with him. When the rebels were dealt with, the Sanche woman could be made to hand over the keys to the Amyrlin's eyes-and-ears. And name the traitors who had helped her escape, A foolish hope to wish that Alviarin would be named among them. " "You did order Elayne found, Mother. As important as putting a leash on al'Thor, you said. " Elaida bit off each word with contempt. Did Alviarin know more than she should, mentioning al'Thor, and leashing?

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