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Originally Posted by GonzoTheGreat View Post
He complains, but he does stick by Rand. About the only time that he really retreats is right at first, when Rand pulls that banner from his saddle bag and informs Mat and Perrin that the Tower is gonna push him into being a mad false Dragon. Not wanting to be caught up in that is sort of sensible.

Plus, he would've annoyed the Lady Selene far too much, if he had accompanied Rand then.

Nynaeve also grumbles, and she also supports her friends.
Egwene grumbles less, and is out for her own advancement exclusively.
Mat "sticks around". yeah, because the Pattern pulls him, not because he thinks it's a good idea to support his friend. In fact, he fights as much as he can against the Pattern pulling him, if you haven't noticed. The constant whining about ta'veeren this and Pattern that is almost as much a part of Mat as a character as his whining about the memories in his head.

Nynaeve thinks it's a good idea to support Rand even though she's worried about him. Egwene constantly tries to check up on Rand because she's worried about him (but of course she can't because his dreams are warded). She keeps having Dreams about him though and tries to take steps to ease Rand's way.
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