Post-AMoL Theories/Predictions/Headcanons?

Discussion in 'Wheel of Time Discussion - Books 1-14' started by Dakota t'Liesinger Hoskins, Feb 8, 2020.

  1. Dakota t'Liesinger Hoskins

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    ***Spoiler warning for the whole darn series <3***

    One of the things I find myself thinking about a lot is how the world would evolve post-AMoL. I have sooooo many thoughts, ranging from how Cadsuane would deal with the Hall of the Tower to what would happen with the Asha'man to the fate of Shara. And of course, where does Rand go with his new set of legs (and hand)?

    What are some of your favorite theories about what goes on in the Westlands?
     
  2. Aduiavas Ida

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    I have two very different ideas of how Cadsuane works as the Amyrlin.

    Either she continues Egwenes good work, and works on the exchange program with the Windfinders and Wise Ones, and having the novice book open for all ages, or she converts totally back to conservatism, undoing all her work and still insists that Aes Sedai is better than all others.

    I hope the first of course :look It may also be that enough of the Sitters are in Egwenes camp still and that her legend will live on strong enough that anything she has done cannot be undone...
     
  3. Elglas Comarin

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    I've got a few, which may or may not be original.

    With the Seanchan empire focused on reclaiming Seandar, there's plenty of opportunity for Matt / Fortuona / Min to have further adventures in the battle / political intrigue. How the Sul'dam evolve moving forward is also a point of interest.

    I could also see tensions building in the borderlands, with an established military driven culture, and no enemy to fight, other than perhaps the Aiel?

    There's also huge potential with the divisions or reconciliation between the black and white towers, the political alliances between Andor (and allies) and Tyr (and allies), not to mention whatever Rand is doing, not to mention the rebuilding of Caemlyn (maybe with Ogier builders?) and how the concept of kingdoms within a world under the dragon's peace works out...

    There's enough world here for another 14 book series, and I really hope they continue it on.