Discussion in 'Wheel of Time Discussion - Books 1-14' started by Slynese, Dec 7, 2017.
Egwene, except I'd be too intimidated to approach her so we'd never work out in the first place.
Min would also be awesome.
Honestly none of the guys really appeal to me that way. Hella good friends, yes. Partners...nah.
Yeah, I would rather be drinking buddies or adopt most of the men in WoT. I think I would want a wife in that setting, thoug I think we would have to have a come to jesus meeting about acceptable treatment of others before any woman in WoT would appeal to me for anything lasting longer than a week.
Probably a Brown, preferably one that doesn't stray too far from the Tower library, or at least has a sizable personal library in her apartments. Except they seldom wed
Edited for missing letter. Doh!
My ideal tWoT wife would be Aludra. I always loved her character.
Ooooo, forgot about Aludra! I like her too
oooh baby. All about that facial hair, huh?
Facial hair isn't the main reason, but it certainly doesn't hurt.
Perrin would be my ideal husband. Loyal and patient. He is perfection.
Yes, exactly! He would be the perfect balance to my bubbly and fidgety self
He's quiet, lean, loyal; with a dry but sassy sense of humor. I'd be taller than him but oh well
And here I was thinking about going clean-shaven again. Maybe I should let it grow instead?
Know what's strange? I shave with straight- and double-edge razors, but nick myself with beard trimmers. Leave it to me . . .
For the malefolk: Rhuarc, Gaul, Bael, Tam, Abel.
For the womenfolk: Amys, Verin, Sorilea.
I might be partial to the Aiel...
Is it their presence you find enticing or stature?
I'm not even 5'1" so even average height feels tall to me. It's their commitment to their ideals and their culture that I appreciate. I like that they have a distinct culture that informs so much of their perspectives and their choices.
I also admire the Aiel, especially for their steadfastness. I mean, Rand turned their world upside down and they still followed him because they knew it was the right thing to do and, indeed, their very destiny.
I must also admit a certain partiality to Verin. She is such a fascinating character!
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