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Default Verin's note, dead Tinkers, and living Tinkers

Lately I've become more and more certain that the Tinkers are going to do something huge in the last book or two. I think the Way of the Leaf may provide the key to winning the Last Battle. I don't have any real evidence for it other than the sheer preponderance of instances in which the Tinkers are introduced and one of the peripheral characters dismisses them as unimportant, only to be proven wrong. Of the top of my head, there's:
- the Aiel from the Tinker's story in EotW who practically spits on them while he gives them his dying message which they in turn manage to deliver via Perrin to the one Aes Sedai actually in a position to do something about it
- Masema's contempt for Moiraine's Tinker spy for which he is immediately chastised in tDR
-the Whitecloak's callous cruelty and indifference for the Tinkers during the Two Rivers Trolloc infestation, in which the Tinkers proved themselves heroes and the Whitecloaks proved themselves cowards
-One of Perrin's Asha'man (Gedwyn I think?) derides Tinkers as cowards in front of the Seanchan and Perrin shames him by praising their courage

On top of that, the hospitality of the Tinkers outside Seanchan-controlled Ebou Dar contributed to Rand's decision to spare the city and his eventual apotheosis on Dragonmount in tGS, and Egwene's use of need in TAR brought her to a Tinker camp. The murdered Tinker's undelivered message in LoC is likely linked to Carridin's campaign of persecution designed to discredit Rand Al'Thor, which was masterminded by Pedron Nial but altered by Ishamael via compulsion. I think the payoff of all the Tinker-related foreshadowing is going to be that the Way of the Leaf is somehow dangerous to the Shadow in a "pure good counteracts pure evil" sort of way and that's why Ishy gave orders to have Carridin's thugs kill all Tinkers on sight.

edit: I mentioned Verin's note in the title because of her cryptic hint that the Dark One wasn't going to fight the way Rand thinks it was.
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Lately I've become more and more certain that the Tinkers are going to do something huge in the last book or two. I think the Way of the Leaf may provide the key to winning the Last Battle. I don't have any real evidence for it other than the sheer preponderance of instances in which the Tinkers are introduced and one of the peripheral characters dismisses them as unimportant, only to be proven wrong. Of the top of my head, there's:
- the Aiel from the Tinker's story in EotW who practically spits on them while he gives them his dying message which they in turn manage to deliver via Perrin to the one Aes Sedai actually in a position to do something about it
- Masema's contempt for Moiraine's Tinker spy for which he is immediately chastised in tDR
-the Whitecloak's callous cruelty and indifference for the Tinkers during the Two Rivers Trolloc infestation, in which the Tinkers proved themselves heroes and the Whitecloaks proved themselves cowards
-One of Perrin's Asha'man (Gedwyn I think?) derides Tinkers as cowards in front of the Seanchan and Perrin shames him by praising their courage

On top of that, the hospitality of the Tinkers outside Seanchan-controlled Ebou Dar contributed to Rand's decision to spare the city and his eventual apotheosis on Dragonmount in tGS, and Egwene's use of need in TAR brought her to a Tinker camp. The murdered Tinker's undelivered message in LoC is likely linked to Carridin's campaign of persecution designed to discredit Rand Al'Thor, which was masterminded by Pedron Nial but altered by Ishamael via compulsion. I think the payoff of all the Tinker-related foreshadowing is going to be that the Way of the Leaf is somehow dangerous to the Shadow in a "pure good counteracts pure evil" sort of way and that's why Ishy gave orders to have Carridin's thugs kill all Tinkers on sight.

edit: I mentioned Verin's note in the title because of her cryptic hint that the Dark One wasn't going to fight the way Rand thinks it was.
Perhaps, though to be honest, hopefully not. The Tinkers are so dull that they make even Perrin seem like an interesting character.

Two emendations however:

It was Neald, not Gedwyn.

And I don't think you meant to (or at least you shouldn't...) use apotheosis for Rand's scene on Dragonmount. An apotheosis would mean that he became a god, that scene was a katharsis.
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And "TELL THE DRAGON REBORN" from LoC could be the little thing we've missed. Or at least, the thing of which we underestimated the importance.
Did Mat ever inform Rand of that caravan full of dead Tinkers? I don't think so, but it may have happened off screen.
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here is some crackbrained idea

to heal the bore the song must be sung
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Default A Dying World; a Lost Song, Eelfinn's Realm and Need.

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Tinkers already helped changed the Dragon Reborn's heart at the end of tGS. So...

How about 'healing' a world dying from the touch of Mordeth's presents within the Dragon Reborn?

Farms plants, trees, and even weeds are barely growing if at all now.


Padan Fain Mordeth did claim the world will pay:

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The Great Hunt, Chapter 34 'The Wheel Weaves' - Padan Fain Mordeth
Tinkers in essence are the opposite of Mordeth ideologically. They want life to thrive, while Mordeth wants killings and death.


Even if the Bore is successful re-sealed and all the Shadowspawn are removed magically; something needs to heal the damage to the world's plant life. So that world can survive and thrive, again. Otherwise, it would be a hollow victory. Victory over the Shadow, and then the world dying by starvation?


Want to eat? Where is food growing?


What is a solution to this problem?
The Lost Song, of the Tinkers.


The Tinkers Lost Song could be found, within the Tower of Ghenjei by one of the five individuals there or possibly from within Rand's recently regained memories.


There also a distance chance that one of Elayne's ter'angreal items might have a recording of the 'Lost Song', in Caemlyn. I don't recall anyone else suggesting that possibility.


Which possibility --Eelfinn; Rand's memories; ter'angreal items--has the best odds, I suspect?


Remember what do Eelfinn again?

The Eelfinn answer 'need', not questions.


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The Fires of Heavens, Chapter 24 'Rhuidean' - Mat Cauthon point of view, listening to a Eelfinn man speak
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But that "lost song" is just a big red herring chased after by clueless Tinkers. We know very well that there was never such a song. Wich, I think, rather wrecks your whole reasoning here.

All that the Song was was a OP linked fertilizer. Useful, sure, but by no means the cure-for-everything that Tinker myth has made it into.
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That may be true, but Loial proved that Singing is effective against the Blight when he sang Someshta's remains to rest.

"The Song" may not be what the Tinkers think it is, but I don't think it's a complete red herring either -- more of a pastel pink herring.
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I do not see that singing a song that provided for crop growth has any direct relationship to sealing the Bore.

I do believe that sealing the Bore will require something special since one would be under some assualt by the Dark One. I have never believed that the use of force whether Balefire on any other attack weave will solve the issue of how does one bring the weaves of the Pattern back together in order to reseal the Dark One's prison for another cycle.

In my mind the Bore is a place where they spread the weaves of the Pattern apart. They did not destroy any weaves made by people or by the Wheel by this action.
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I do not see that singing a song that provided for crop growth has any direct relationship to sealing the Bore.
I don't think seed singing was a singular song -- such as could be recorded and played back for every field -- but a technique for bring many different factors into harmony so that optimum growth can happen.

I think that bringing things into harmony could have a direct bearing on sealing the Bore, but even if it doesn't, it could have a major effect on setting the pre-conditions necessary for a successful sealing -- i.e. undoing the DO's touch on the world.
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How, where might the "Lost Song" be found?

By a Tuatha'an who needs to find the "Lost Song", in a place where 'need' is answered: Eelfinn Realm.


Where did Moiraine and Mierin disappear to, together?

Eelfinn realm.



I do not ever recall claiming that a Lost Song would re-seal the Bore. I have suggested that the "Lost Song" is connected to the Land's Re-birth, after the Dragon Reborn has died.


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"The Song" may not be what the Tinkers think it is, but I don't think it's a complete red herring either -- more of a pastel pink herring.
The 'Lost Song' has been part of this series lore since the very beginning of the story. It's not a red herring, but part of the ending of this story. AMoL book, is not only going to be about Rand's likely re-birth, but the 'Song' being found and used again.


Who prompted Loial to learn the Treesongs a few years ago?

Questions by a nameless band of Tuatha'an, literally pushed Elder Arent to have Loial develop his Talent of Treesinging.

Who was this the likely leader of band of Tuatha'an?

A Seeker named Valan Luca.

A title he likely lost at Stedding Tsofu, when another Band of led by Seeker Raen, and his wife Ila learned of his band's actions in Shara, to survive. Cast out by the Tuatha'an, and yet in his heart he remains a Da'Shain Aiel.
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I still like the way that you think, WH. That is a very interesting take. The idea of harmony in place of the present chaos is an interesting juxtaposition. I must confess that I like it. I do not see it as how the Bore may be sealed, but it surely could be a part in providing a circumstance for Rand to prevail.
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I still like the way that you think, WH. That is a very interesting take. The idea of harmony in place of the present chaos is an interesting juxtaposition. I must confess that I like it. I do not see it as how the Bore may be sealed, but it surely could be a part in providing a circumstance for Rand to prevail.
We've known since the prologue of tEotW that Singing -- with a capital -- is going to be important to saving the world; Both because it was one of LTT's last thoughts and because the fourth age histories tell us it is necessary to restore the world.
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On the other hand, all throughout the War of Power people were using Singing to help the farmers, and that did not seem to inconvenience the Shadow all that much.
So there is quite a lot of evidence against this idea, and precious little in favor of it.
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Does the effect of Singing to the land depend on the number of people Singing? or on your talent of Singing (having the Voice) or both or someting else?
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The Blight grew southward after the Strike, so maybe the seed-singers did have some effect.
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Rand should also remember the Song from his Rhuidean flashback.

It'd be appropriate for Aiel and Tinkers to sing it together.
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It'd be appropriate for Aiel and Tinkers to sing it together.
The Tinkers have already been taught the Songs of Growing by the Ogier. And they didn't know 'the song' when they heard it. I think that seed-singing probably has a genetic component that the Tinkers no longer have due to interbreeding.
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I suppose it depends on how good the acoustics are -- or how big the amplifier(s) are.

It doesn't take much input energy to have a large effect if you can hit the resonant frequency(s) of what you're trying to affect. I suspect that matching the harmonies of "the music of the spheres" -- or the WOT equivalent -- will require a million-part harmony arrangement. Or a very Talented Soloist.
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We know that from the events that Rand experienced upon Dragonmount he is fully integrated with not only LTT's memories, but all of his previous lives. The knowledge of that song does reside in Rand's memory right now.

We do know from the prophecies that the song will be sung again. It is the timing that matters. I would suggest that this event occures after the sealing of the Bore. I am not sure that the song is capable on its own to undo the influence of a still active Dark One.

It is also suggestive that if my assumption is correct that Rand will have to be alive to sing it. Alas, poor Callandor, I knew him well. hehe
 


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