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Old 03-07-2013, 03:16 PM
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It's also possible - just possible, mind - that a HOTH who gets called back so soon after dying simply continues their life.

I dunno, I guess I just like the idea of Aan'allein being a HOTH. And since the series is done, I guess I can hold on to it if I want to.
The timing doesn't really work though, because Lan stands up and holds Demandred's head aloft and then the horn is sounded.
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The timing doesn't really work though, because Lan stands up and holds Demandred's head aloft and then the horn is sounded.
Maybe it wasn't Olver at all, but Lan blowing in Demandred's ear?
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I thought the three ships sailing alluded to the Norns of Norse mythology but heyho.

Great...interrogation...Terez! I thought you got some interesting responses out of Brandon and at least a couple of unequivocal yes/no answers to theories.

Roll on the encyclopaedia jordanica!
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The three ships are the "ships in the night" of Elayne, Aviendia and Min :P
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Yes. I know that. The literal interpretation.

But I was thinking of the greater mythological allusion. See?
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