Who the heck are burning at the stake? It wasn't Egwene, or I would suspect they would hype up the danger of her and Perrin being captured. Maybe it is just from a clip where they explain what Whitecloaks do?
Is Moiraine going to be part of the group that captures Logain? Very interested to see what they do with his story...
Why is Lan all in white? Is that from the Aiel war maybe? Neither actor is easy to show as younger people I think...
That certainly looks like a Yellow sister being burned at the stake, especially as Valda puts another Aes Sedai ring onto a whole chain of Aes Sedai rings right after. I don't really know how they're able to do that, but let's hope there's a good explanation!
Also, from the breakdown with Rafe Judkins, it appears that they're calling it "the corruption" in the show instead of "the taint", which...okay, yes, I see why they're doing that, lol
I've seen people elsewhere referring to understanding why they're not using "the taint" as a term, too. Can anyone explain that to me? Is taint a common slang for something else these days?
On the trailer, I found it curious that in the oaths they don't have Moiraine specifying "except against Shadowspawn." I'm a little worried non-readers may interpret the trailer as showing Moiraine "bravely" breaking her oath in pursuit of her quest when she's throwing fireballs and such. (Yes, WE know the oaths literally can't be broken, but non-readers will assume they're just normal oaths.)