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Old 09-06-2011, 06:49 AM
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Originally Posted by Zombie Sammael View Post
It's not like there's any particular evidence other than inaction that their names aren't in the notebook. There are a multitude of reasons why Egwene might not have contacted Rand about it, all of which are completely reasonable. For example, if you were in a dispute with someone about taking a course of action which you believed there was a reasonable chance might destroy the world, you might be inclined to think that a note saying "By the way, these three people who you trust are in fact untrustworthy Darkfriends" might not be very well received.
On the other hand, if you think that that someone is about to make a big mistake which might result in the destruction of the world, and you know that is precisely what Darkfriends are aiming for, then you might (if you're not Egwene) reason that specifically DFs like that could possibly be influencing Rand in his determination. Furthermore, if you knew that Rand is not really sworn to the Shadow, then you might consider the possibility that he would be willing to remove known DFs from his councils, or at least to take into account their bias.

Letting a petty snit get in the way of informing a supposed friend about a serious threat to his life (and the existence of the entire universe) is a bit low. I do admit that it seems something Egwene would do.
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