Times WoT Made Me Cry

Discussion in 'Wheel of Time Discussion - Books 1-14' started by Seryse ni Cousland, Jun 20, 2015.

  1. Atarah al'Norahn

    Atarah al'Norahn Aes Sedai TVT Editor Headmistress

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    That first one always hits me like a ton of bricks, Jocasta.

    When Aviendha first sees Elayne after the whole thing and was so terrified that Elayne was dead...gets me every time.

    Perrin learning about his family and trying so hard to hold it in and carry on is one of the hardest scenes for me.

    Not always something I cry at, but I also get emotional whenever the main Two Rivers characters are worried about each other. Stuff like in TFoH after Egewne is injured by Lanfear, and Rand sees Mat sitting miserably with her unconscious body, trying to wake her up.
     
  2. Jocasta Braithe

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    Yeah the Two Rivers' characters' support for each other is always touching. Especially any time Mat gets emotional. I was also thinking about
    Nynaeve's reluctance to leave Mat behind at Ebou Dar. Right in the same scene as they all flee the Seanchan.

    I spared a tear for
    "Elayne's horse Lioness"
    too.

    Edit- screwed up my tags.
     
  3. Juliya Karisu

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    Agreed!!

    Siuan Sanche ... after all she did and went through and then she dies so tragically ... and then Gareth Bryne as well :cry

    I teared up major at the end of the last book, with
    Rand and the Dark One. It gives me shivers every time.

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  4. Bracken Farthyne

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    I got choked up reading that just now. Yep ... that's a winner right there.
     
  5. Dar'Jen Ab Owain

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    I am currently on Book 12. Just had a moment that really pulled at me.

    Verin met with Egwene in her room sipping poisoned tea and revealing herself as Black Ajah, her motives, and what had been gained. The information she is providing is a great gain, but I liked Verin and it was very sad for her to die this way. But at least she won, by passing on what she'd learned.
     
  6. Ephrem Elpidius

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    Yes, this one for me too Dar'Jen. Verin reminded me of my history professor for some reason, good person at her core. :)
     
  7. Dnae Ila

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    That's one of my two favorite moments in the series. It's so sad and also pure and heroic. She dedicated her life to that moment, giving selflessly to aid the Light.
     
  8. Roheryn ni Galghandhrei t'al'Djinn

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    Love that moment. And it's kind of hilarious, every time one of our friends who is reading the series gets to that part, the next time they come over they shove everyone who is behind them out of the room and just say her name in a despairing tone.
     
  9. Feros Sandulf

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    I was listening to the books via audio and stopped just before that scene before a job interview that I had that day. Glad I did cause that would have been hard to explain during the interview.
     
  10. Dar'Jen Ab Owain

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    Feros, I completely understand. Couldn't imagine trying to explain to an interviewer why you were emotionally distracted.