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« Ответ #75 : 19 Февраля 2012, 21:28:12 »

                                      The One Power, the True Power, Channeling, Objects of The Power

                                                                  Robert Jordan Quotes


Compuserve Chat 26 June 1996
Bill Powers asks: One of the Forsaken once said of the current Aes Sedai, "They bind themselves like criminals." Was the Forsaken referring to the Oath Rod?
RJ: Read and find out! (He twirls his mustache maniacally.)
Searles O'Dubhain asks: The initiation rituals for raising an Accepted to Aes Sedai seem to be based upon some sort of real-life ceremonies. Where did you get the idea for the three passes through the ter'angreal?  
RJ: Trinities and threes and multiples of three or seven turn up again and again in mythologies and legends throughout the world and in ceremonies throughout the world. that part is hardly original. It's something that speaks to us on some deeper level. It's so prevalent, it must. It's all pervasive.
Martin Reznick asks: Does your world have defined natural laws in terms of: the One Power, the True Power, the weather, etc. or do you make them up as you go along?
RJ: There are set laws -- there have to be -- if you write stories where anything can happen, they get flabby, you lose focus.. I have certain set laws and limits on the One Power, the True Power, and all of this... and these limits and laws come out in pieces...they are not the focus of the stories so they only come out in bits and pieces.
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A Crown of Swords book tour 21 June 1996, Charleston - Brian Ritchie reporting

The total number of people in a circle, when you have the maximum number of women for each man, is always divisible by three. RJ thought that there was an error in the Lord of Chaos glossary and that it had been fixed in A Crown of Swords.
The universe is driven by saidin and saidar working against each other. They will not end up as the Light Power. [In other words, not like the True Power.]  
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Balticon XXX April 1996 - Bill Garrett reporting

Mat's amulet blocks both saidin and saidar. Jordan answered this one straight-out when asked. He pointed out that the amulet only blocks actual weavings of the One Power, not the physical effects that could be caused by a weaving. For example, Elayne was able to use the One Power to hurl a rock at Mat. Rahvin was able to create a bolt of lightning which struck Mat. (Jordan noted that Mat's death by lightning and subsequent undoing of his death when Rand balefired Rahvin, fulfills a prophecy about living, dying, and then living again.)
The Aes Sedai who beat Rand in Lord of Chaos did not necessarily violate the Three Oaths. Jordan explained that the Three Oaths are bound by literal intent and perception. He said that the Aes Sedai could have considered the beatings a just punishment rather than the use of a weapon. He also suggested that not everything that harms you need be considered a weapon. I think he gave the example of a whip used lightly not considered a weapon, versus a whip used to flay skin being considered a weapon. On the subject of the First Oath ("to speak no word that is untrue"), Jordan said that Aes Sedai can say something they believe to be true or something they don't mean literally. As an example of the latter, an Aes Sedai can employ hyperbole and say something like, "I'm going to tie yours ears over your head," when she means to do no such thing.
My Comment: I should also point out that at least two of the women who beat Rand are people we know to belong to the Black Ajah. On page 683hb (in Lord of Chaos), it is said that only Galina, Erian, and Katerine beat Rand more than once. We know that Galina and Katerine are Black Ajah, so they aren't bound by the Oaths anyway. Erian is the Aes Sedai whose two Warders Rand killed, so maybe she found some way to justify her punishment of Rand under the Three Oaths. I don't know who else beat Rand (ie, who beat him only once); the book may say, but I can't find a quote.
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Balticon XXX April 1996 - Pam Korda reporting

How learning to use the One Power works: The older you are, the faster you reach your full potential. Men reach their full strength faster than women. Forced training makes you learn faster, but it is very dangerous--it can kill you, or burn you out. The Asha'man are being trained that way, and the casualties of the training show this. (X number dead, Y number burned out...) Egwene, and Elayne and Nynaeve have also experienced forced training.
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The Oaths: They are quite subjective, if an Aes Sedai believes she is not lying, then the Oath doesn't stop her. So, that is what was going on in the torturing part of Lord of Chaos. It depends on the psychology of the individual. It's like spanking a naughty child. Some people regard that as child abuse; some people regard it as reasonable punishment.
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He also said that Age of Legends lifespans are not known in modern Randland. (Thus, I presume that Verin is not 300 years old. [She was probably close to it; 300 years was barely into the middle years for an Aes Sedai in the Age of Legends, so RJ's comment does not rule it out.  More likely, she was at least a generation or two younger than Cadsuane, and Cadsuane is not quite 300 years old.]) He said something about "the effects of the Oath Rod," I don't know whether this was about aging, or effects on something totally unrelated.
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East of the Sun Con, Stockholm, Sweden June 1995 - Karl-Johan Norén reporting

On channeler strength: he said that he knew the rough strength of every channeler in the books, imposed on a 21-graded scale. Nynaeve he said had Forsaken strength, i.e. as strong as most female Forsaken. Egwene, Elayne and Aviendha were a step lower, and an additional step lower Elaida, Siuan and Moiraine were found. They were the strongest Aes Sedai known before "the new ones". Several Aes Sedai, including Leane and Kiruna, were next in strength. By the old standards they were deemed very strong and capable. [41 RJ apparently forgot (or maybe the person doing the report mixed it up) that there is a level between the Supergirls and Elaida/Siuan/Moiraine/Romanda/Lelaine - Cadsuane, Kerene, and Meilyn are stronger than Moiraine's group but weaker than Egwene's group (New Spring). It's also worth adding that Sharina is predicted to become as strong as it is possible to be (like Lanfear was, apparently), and Talaan (along with maybe Alivia) is probably between Sharina and Nynaeve, so that makes at least two levels, maybe three, between Nynaeve and the top. ]    
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The Flame and the Void he said was mainly a concentration technique, but one very close to the techniques used for teaching men contact the One Power.
On Skimming and Traveling he said: "In Skimming, one needs to know the target better than the starting place [This makes me wonder about Egwene taking Lan to Ebou Dar.]  In Traveling, one need to know the starting place better than the destination."
On the amount of ter'angreal enabling entry into Tel'aran'rhiod in the White Tower and if entry into Tel'aran'rhiod could be learned he answered "Read and Find Out".
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He didn't give any conclusive answer to the Two Rivers channeling paradox [Whatever Karl-Johan Norén meant by this has faded to myth somewhat, but Linda from 13th Depository posits that, since the channeling ability has apparently been inbred to abundance in the Two Rivers (which is not a paradox in and of itself), there should have been a number of strange deaths in the region, since only 3 of 4 survive the wilding  process.  Linda also notes that there is no mention of men rotting, and that these inevitable deaths should have culled the trait at least somewhat.  An explanation of this 'paradox' could be that the ability had mostly been latent (few sparkers) until lately.  Even now, there are few sparkers from the Two Rivers, so these deaths would never have been all that common, and Nynaeve remembers at least two such deaths.], but he noted that many strange occurrences come from there, like inherent ability to speak the Old Tongue under stress.
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Regarding if the Warder bonding had similarities with the linking between a man and a woman he answered that there were bits and pieces that were similar, but that they in whole were very dissimilar.
On if Aes Sedai damane can use the One Power in battle he said that [OBS! secondary source, I didn't hear him say this myself.] it is theoretically possible, basically by forcing the Aes Sedai to think that she does not use the One Power as damane. It is though very hard to achieve. In the book next after A Crown of Swords, this might become a factor.
On the subject if the Oath Rod shortens lifespan or causes infertility he answered, not surprisingly, "Read and Find Out".
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Letter to Pam Korda from RJ - 1995
Q:  When Fades use their swords, we often see blue flashes when the Fade blade hits another weapon. Is this an interaction between the Fade blade and a specific sort of weapon (such as other Fade blades, or Aes Sedai-forged swords), or an interaction between the Fade blade and any iron, or is it just a special effect with no special basis?
RJ:  The reaction is specific. The Fade's sword striking Power-wrought metal.
Q: Aes Sedai-forged weapons, like Lan's sword that never needs sharpening: was the Power just used in the manufacturing process, to change the structure of the steel to make it extra-strong, or was a flow of the Power somehow incorporated into the steel? (If you'll recall, this was a big argument a few months ago, related to the Fade blade thing.)
RJ: "The Power was used in blending the metals (and other materials...) and altering the structure. There is no source of the Power in these weapons, nor do they draw on the Power like angreal...."
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Lord of Chaos book tour Seattle 25 October 1994 - Tony Zbaraschuk reporting
Q: Can the Power really be used to make you different? [This arose as part of a discussion of Illusion ("Mirror of Mists" is an old name for the same thing).]
RJ: Illusion is illusion. Doesn't fool the sense of touch, so you have to be really subtle (such as Moghedien's disguise) to avoid detection.
Q: So Sammael couldn't make himself taller?
RJ: He could make himself look taller, but he's not interested in looking taller. He wants to be taller. Besides, any sufficiently experienced man would be able to tell that it was illusion.
Q: So the Power really isn't capable of genetic reconstruction? (Like, for example, making you taller.)
RJ: Maybe, in the Age of Legends, someone might have been able to pull it off, if they were really skilled. Might have.
Q: Like Aginor? He seemed to be the expert among the Forsaken on that.
RJ: Aginor was damn good, but he wasn't that good.
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Brandon Sanderson/Team Jordan Quotes

Pancakes and Fries, aka Brandon Does Amsterdam 31 May 2011 - Emma reporting

(Pancakes and Fries with Brandon Sanderson - Isabel)

I asked about the Black Ajah hunters, because I felt like there was so much built up and not everything was dealt with, so I asked if for example there weren't that many notes on it. But it was; most of those Egwene parts were RJ's. So I guess it didn't go like I expected.
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Driving Mr. Sanderson 17 April 2011 - Terez reporting

(Driving Mr. Sanderson - Terez)

Terez: Have Egwene's dreams concerning Gawyn all been fulfilled?
Brandon: Which one are they asking about?
Terez: This is my question.
Brandon: Because it was a Min vision, about holding her life…
Terez: No, no…I know the difference. I’m thinking mostly of the fork in the road that Gawyn comes to in Egwene’s dream, and down one road they marry, and down the other they don’t…
Brandon: Okay, yes. That has been fulfilled. That fork in the road was the same decision that Min saw. Those were parallel [prophecies]. And that prophecy did get fulfilled…and the meaning of that is…there is no hidden meaning, no ‘Surprise, that wasn’t really it!’ You saw it: if Gawyn had not returned when he did, Egwene would have died.[This particular dream predicted Gawyn's death rather than Egwene's, though it wasn't made clear whether marriage would lead to his violent death or a long life.]

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(Driving Mr. Sanderson - Terez)

Terez: When Perrin and Egwene saw Rand in Tel'aran'rhiod in TDR, had he been pulled there by someone?

Brandon: (pause) I'm a little bit out on a limb on this one, but I don't believe he was. We have seen places where Rand manifests in Tel'aran'rhiod when he's in the real world, and this is something that happens with Rand that we haven't seen with other people...
Terez: Are you talking about like when...
Brandon: Well, there's the Perrin sequence, for one...
Terez: Right, and when Ishamael visits him in TGH...
Brandon: Mmmhmm.
Terez: Right. Cool.
Brandon: So, I believe Rand has got something a little unique going on there...
Terez: Oh, okay. That's interesting.
Brandon: ...but, I'm a little on a limb on that one.
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(Twitter 2011)

Lira Leirner on Twitter - 18 March 2011
When Egwene dreams of Perrin, Faile and "a Tinker", why didn't she know it was Aram although she knows him personally?
Brandon
The dreams aren't always that specific. She might not have seen a face, or recognized it.
Brandon
I'd have to look at the specific passage to know which it is.
Brandon
[after looking at said passage] That is an oddity, I'll admit. But dreams are not always clear, as I've said. I lay my bet on his face simply wasn't clear.
Brandon
There are good reasons for that--for example, Aram's place in the Pattern may not have been as set as Perrin's.
Brandon
A fuzziness to accompany the uncertainty, so Egwene couldn't recognize him. After all, she doesn't describe the face.

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(Twitter 2011)

Luckers on Twitter - 2 March 2011
I was just wondering, was there a reason Egwene let Tiana go and chose a new Mistress of Novices?
Brandon
There were several reasons. One, however, is that she wasn't doing a particularly good job.

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(Twitter 2011)
sleepinghour on Twitter - 28 February 2011
Any clue you can give us on who sent the Gray Man to kill Egwene and Nynaeve in TDR? I've always wondered about that.
Brandon
I'll get you an answer to that someday.

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(Twitter 2011)
Brandon on Twitter - 10 January 2011
I'm also pretty sure Rand's not a Dreamer, though he does have uncommon power over his dreams.
Brandon
But he does not see specific prophecies in his dreams (other than a few debatable moments) nor enter Tel'aran'rhiod spontaneously.
Brandon
But I'll look into it. I rebel against it because Dreaming is basically Egwene's thing.
Terez
Also, didn't Perrin pretty much just show her that it wasn't HER thing any more? :p
Terez
And yeah, I know his prophetic dreams only happen in Tel'aran'rhiod. But I just want a male dreamer dangit!
Brandon
Perrin does something different. Also, Egwene was caught off guard and had been spending a lot of time lately doing other things.
Brandon
It would be unwise to assume that Perrin is better at Tel'aran'rhiod than she is because of that moment. He had just spent weeks training...
Brandon

...specifically to fight like that in Tel'aran'rhiod, while Egwene has been forced to fight other fights and let herself get a tad rusty.
Terez
haha, yeah I know. I have argued much the same against Egwene-haters. I did enjoy that moment though.
Terez
Why do all the prophets have to be female? Foretelling I can see because of the taint, but the rest? Except Perrin.
Terez
The Thom dream used to make me think I was missing something, or maybe a deleted scene. Very odd.
Terez
Also, even with the taint seems like we should have had a male Foretelling by now, or a dreamer. Something.
Brandon
Well, out of fondness, I'll let you know that I DO know of at least one male (other than Perrin) who can see the future.
Terez
lol. The male Aelfinn?
Brandon
Dang. You're too clever. Okay, then, I promise you there's actually a man--human--who meets your requirements.

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(Twitter 2011)
Brandon on Twitter - 5 January 2011
It bears remembering that of the group, only Egwene left the Two Rivers for adventure. The others were forced. (Or felt they were.)
Brandon
This is very important for her character. In a way, she was the only one who chose this life intentionally. At least at first.
Brandon on Twitter - 3 January 2011
WoT statistics: Egwene appears for the first time about 7% into EotW. She is the first person to fold her arms beneath her breasts.
Brandon
As much as we like to talk about Robert Jordan using that phrase, I think that's the only time it appears in EotW.
Brandon
Amusing that, after all they've grown, Egwene and Rand's interaction in EotW 3 has many similarities to their interaction in TofM.
Layla Messner
Took me a moment to realize this phrase did not refer to Egwene's breasts Подмигивающий RT @BrandSanderson: "Amusing that, after all they've grown..."
Brandon
Lol. You just about killed me with laughter on that one.

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Goodreads Fantasy Book Club Q&A 14 December 2010
(Goodreads Fantasy Book Club Q&A with Brandon Sanderson)

Amelia: Why is this book named "Towers of Midnight" when the only time those are mentioned are during the first chapter when the wind blows past them and also a mention in the glossary? I'm assuming they're going to be important in the next book. I think most people think these towers were the Towers of Ghenjei, so why the little twist in the title?
Brandon: Most of Robert Jordan's titles had twists. There are some that were very straightforward—The Dragon Reborn; The Great Hunt. There are others that are simply things like Knife of Dreams, which comes from a line in a quote at the beginning of the book. The titles usually refer to something specific as well as something metaphorical. Towers of Midnight is the title I chose. There of course are the Towers of Midnight in Seanchan, and if you knew what those were for, and why they were there, it would illuminate the question a little bit more. But the title also refers to the towers that Egwene saw.
My working title for this book was The Three Towers, as a pun on the title of the second book of the Lord of the Rings. I was writing the second book of a trilogy of sorts here, and was dealing with the tower of Ghenjei, the White Tower, and the Black Tower. There was going to be a lot more Black Tower stuff in this book which has been moved to the next book, but when I was working on it, we had a lot of focus on those three towers. So the name just struck me. It felt like the right thing to do.
Carrie: I thought that maybe it had to do with Egwene's dream. She dreamed that there were 13 black towers raising up from the ground, one fell and then raised up again taller than the others. I thought this referred to the Forsaken. Maybe Brandon can clarify.
Brandon: RAFO. But I did mention that it is related to that vision.
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Towers of Midnight book tour 8 November 2010 Lincoln Triangle Barnes and Noble NY, NY - Sarayne reporting
(TOM Signing Report — Sarayne)
Q: Who is your favorite character to write?
Brandon: Aviendha, but she’s also the hardest. I’ve just always liked her. Egwene was fun to write, particularly in The Gathering Storm.
(TOM Signing Report — Sarayne)
Q: Have there been any female ta’veren?
Maria: None in the main series, but they can be. Some people think Egwene may be ta’veren, but I don’t think she is. (A fan pointed out that someone would have seen her as ta’veren and Maria agreed that she is not.)
Alan: The Dragon is always a man.

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Towers of Midnight book tour 7 November 2010 Harvard Coop, Cambridge, MA - Zaela Sedai reporting


(TOM Signing Report - Zaela Sedai)
In The Gathering Storm, Brandon did tell us that Rand was mostly his voice and Egwene was RJ; in Towers of Midnight, Mat was RJ and Perrin was more Brandon.
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Q: Much has been made of Egwene’s thought to tie up Perrin in the midst of a battle that could have brought about his death if he had not been able to stop her. Such apparent negligence is shocking considering her knowledge of how quickly things can happen in Tel'aran'rhiod. Can you Explain Egwene’s thought process? Did she intend to leave Perrin there while she finished the battle?
A: (not verbatim) Egwene thought she was doing the right thing. She was acting as the Amyrlin and trying to make sure that he would be safe and out of the way of danger. She was not going to tie him up and leave him, she would have brought him somewhere safe away from the danger of the fight and left him there until it was over.
Q: (my follow up) Who is stronger in Tel'aran'rhiod?
A: (not verbatim) They are both very strong, but in different ways. Perrin is very strong instinctively. Like the wolves, he makes decisions based on instinct while in Tel'aran'rhiod. Egwene plans out her moves rather than going by feeling as Perrin does. If the two were matched against each other the outcome would entirely be based on what type of encounter it was.

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(Twitter 2009-2010)
yoniy0 on Twitter - 29 July 2010 7:13 pm
Did you consult Maria before deciding Egwene shall attempt to fall fleeing raken? Would she be able to do so Bounded?
Brandon - 30 July 2010 12:34 am
I'm a little confused at what you're asking. Do you mean "Fell?" And what do you mean by Bounded?
yoniy0 - 6:33 am
Sorry. There has been some discussion around the Third Oath and Egwene attacking retreating raken...
yoniy0 - 6:33 am
I was asking if you think she could have done the same now, after taking the Oaths (and whether you asked Maria to weigh in).
Brandon - 6:36 pm
We did talk about this. I think it's iffy. Depends on Egwene's mindset. I don't think most Aes Sedai could have done it.
Brandon - 6:36 pm
In fact, it's good her circles was with those who hadn't taken the Oaths yet...
Luckers - 2:02 am
I think Yoniy0 meant 'would Egwene be able to kill (fell) fleeing to'raken were she bound by the Oaths?'
Brandon - 6:10 pm
I don't know that she would have been able to. Depends. The Oaths depend on how you view what you're doing.
6:10 pm
Elaida got around them (or to the side of them) by convincing herself Egwene was a Darkfriend.

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(Twitter 2009-2010)
Simone Coombes on Twitter - 20 July 6:31 pm
Is it significant that Nynaeve (in The Great Hunt) channels during the test for Accepted and does not burn out?
Brandon - 21 July 2:05 am
Yes.[ It is probably safe to assume that it was also significant that Egwene remembered how to channel, and also did so without burning out.  In that case, perhaps it is simply a matter of strength.]

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(Twitter 2009-2010)
DukeofDunstable on Twitter - 14 July 2010 5:45 am
You've been quoted saying Rand and Egwene will get about the same screen time as Mat and Perrin in The Gathering Storm. Is this the case?
Brandon - 14 July 2010 2:19 pm
That is correct. Though it might be a tad more. This book will be longer, and a lot of that is some extra Rand/Egwene.

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Interview with Maria Simons 10 June 2010 - Luckers reporting
(Plot-related Q&A with Maria Simons + New MAFO by Luckers)
Luckers: In Rand’s portal stone experience in The Great Hunt Ch. 37, 'What Might Be', Rand sees versions of Egwene who are better at Healing than Nynaeve. The Egwene of the story can barely Heal. Are then the Egwene’s of the Mirror Worlds different souls with different abilities and Talents? Or would this again be evidence that experience can temper Talent?
Maria: This one I have no clue on.   I lean towards the first explanation, but have no evidence to back it up, other than Jim’s assertion that Talents are something one is born with and cannot be learned.

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(Plot-related Q&A with Maria Simons + New MAFO by Luckers)
Luckers: What was in Corianin Nedeal's notes (the ones Verin considers both giving to Egwene and destroying). Or will we find out?
Maria: RAFO

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(Plot-related Q&A with Maria Simons + New MAFO by Luckers)
Luckers: Was Egwene's 180 on the issue of the Oath Rod a natural change of mind, or was she influenced to it by Halima?
Maria: That was Egwene, influenced by Siuan, doing her best to be the best Aes Sedai EVAR.

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Driving Mr. Sanderson (from Half Moon Bay to San Jose), 21 November 2009 - Matt Hatch reporting
(Driving Mr. Sanderson — Matt Hatch)
Matt: So, [Fain's] influence...how long, for example…wasn’t Egwene exposed to Padan Fain? Are there still effects that Egwene has on people because of him?
Brandon: Remember the idea that people have, generally, a choice. There are ways to turn people to the Shadow against their will, but when that happens the person is no longer the [same] person. What is happening with Padan Fain is, natural tendencies can be exacerbated or they can be fought off...
Matt: ...so Elaida’s paranoia fed that? With someone like Egwene, she might have fought it off, so it’s not going to be…
Brandon: ...right. exactly, or someone like Rand who continues to fight it off. He has become very paranoid. And the wound in his side, certainly someone could make the connection that that might have an influence. I won’t say for certain but…
Matt: ...so, the suggestion is, not only does he have the taint, which is negatively influencing him, or influencing him in such ways that might bring on paranoia; there is this accentuation of it because of Fain…
Brandon: ...this corruption…I mean that wound and the dagger…
Matt: ...that is another source…
Brandon: Mat managed to fight it off pretty much completely; well, not completely, but we don’t see Mat running around paranoid anymore. Elaida gave it something to feed upon, and it was very, very small and subtle with Elaida, but certainly that was an influence.

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The Gathering Storm Book Tour, Powell's Books, Portland, OR 19 November 2009 - Samadai reporting
(TGS Signing Report - Samadai)
Amalisa:  Has Egwene's dream of having her head on a block and an axe falling come true?
Brandon: "It has not; she is still in danger of that happening." Then he looked at us and said, "It may or may not also have something to do with Min's vision of Gawyn either saving or killing Egwene."[ Either Brandon has misremembered Min's viewing, or Samadai didn't note it down exactly; either way, Min saw that Gawyn would either kneel at Egwene's feet with his head bowed (not save her), or break her neck.  (4.47)  Egwene had a similar dream with Gawyn kneeling (6.15), and she interpreted it to mean that she would bond him as her Warder (6.25).  There have been no prophecies about Gawyn saving Egwene in any way, but the dream referenced in this quote is often assumed to refer to Gawyn, because 'she knew that somewhere someone was running, and if they ran fast enough, the axe would stop. If not... In that corner of her mind, she felt a chill.']    Big smile on his face for that one.

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(TGS Signing Report - Samadai)
SteelBlaidd:  Did Egwene squeeze Moghedien for info on the Dream World?
Brandon:  MAFO. Egwene is a powerful Dreamer and it seems unlikely that she didn't squeeze her for the info.
Maria clarifies:
Maria:  This one is basic enough that I feel pretty confident that Egwene would have certainly asked Moghedien about Tel'aran'rhiod.  Egwene threatened to execute Moghedien if she lied; I would think that with the knowledge that Egwene gained from the Aiel Wise Ones she might use that as the occasional test, and see where it went.  I think that Egwene asked Moghedien about pretty much anything that popped in her head.

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The Gathering Storm Book Tour, Mysterious Galaxy, San Diego 15 November 2009 - Freelancer reporting
(TGS Signing Report - Freelancer)
Q. Some commenters (AMW) have noted a seeming discrepancy regarding Egwene's accounting for captured, missing, dead, and present sisters. Is this true, and can it be explained?
A. RAFO.

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The Gathering Storm Book Tour, Borders Dallas 14 November 2009 - Matoyak reporting
(TGS Signing Report — Matoyak)
[b]Mato:[/b] Have the visions and other such prophecies about Egwene and the Seanchan (such as the running one and the one with the sword) have they been fulfilled yet?
Sanderson: No, none of those have been fulfilled other than the attack on the White Tower. She still has more to go.

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(TGS Signing Report — Matoyak)
Roga: Does Elayne know that Alanna bonded Rand?[ Rand told Elayne in Winter's Heart Chapter 12, but the questioner actually asked about Egwene ]
Sanderson: Uh...well... I'll have to check that. MAFO. Good question.
Roga clarifies:
If this question came from the Dallas signing, then it was from me.  I asked about Egwene.
The reason behind the question was, I wanted to know: if Alanna's name had been on Verin's list in The Gathering Storm, would Egwene have passed over it?  However, Brandon pointed out that Verin knew about the bond, so unless she had some reason to keep quiet, I'd think she should have made some kind of special warning note if Alanna had been in her list.

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The Gathering Storm Book Tour, Books and Co., Dayton, OH 11 November 2009 - Tim Kington reporting
(TGS Signing Report — Tim Kington)
Q: Is Mesaana still in the Tower?
A: Egwene makes some deductions about this at the end of the book. Egwene is not incorrect.
Q: She could swear that she’s not a Darkfriend on the Oath Rod, right?
A: As long as she believed it to be true. Every remaining Aes Sedai in the Tower has retaken the Three Oaths. You should be thinking about ways to defeat the Oath Rod. There is a way to do it.

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The Gathering Storm Book Tour, Union Square Barnes & Noble, NYC 9 November 2009 - Old (Peter) Salt reporting
(TGS Signing Report — Old (Peter) Salt)
Q: Do Rand and Egwene’s timelines end up at the same time at the end of The Gathering Storm? Secondly, can you give us some idea as to when that is?
A: Yes they end up at the same time. I’ll have to give you a MAFO for an exact date for the second, but basically it is sometime in late June early July. In addition Tuon’s scene with Rand was about 3 or 4 weeks before her last scene in the book.
A relatively long discussion of timelines followed. Basically RJ would have the timeline within a story arc follow chronologically but “Jim was crafty” when it came to the overall timeline. Maria has a huge spreadsheet of a timeline but it is not publishable because it is very rough and unintelligible unless you’ve been working with it for a long time.

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                                                                       Robert Jordan Quotes


RJ's blog 4 October 2005 "ONE MORE TIME"
- Elayne, Nynaeve and Egwene could pass the test for Aes Sedai with their current abilities, though Nynaeve might be a little hard pressed.  Too much specialization.
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RJ's blog 6 October 2005 "AND ONE MORE TIME"

Oh, yes, just to settle an argument that seems to be ongoing, Egwene saw a bat, guys.  After Falme, she could recognize the long sweeping wingstrokes of a raken or to’raken, and she knows a bat when she sees one.  Bats really do flutter, to confirm those who have pointed this out.

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RJ's blog 20 January 2006 "IT'S BEEN A WHILE"

Various people have commented on Egwene being dumb with Rand, in particular contrasting how Pevara leaped immediately to a conclusion that he was ta’veren where the same information took Egwene to possible Compulsion.  Pevara has a clean slate regarding Rand.  Insofar as Compulsion goes, to her it is a forbidden weave, suppressed so effectively among women who come to the Tower that despite the fact that many wilders have some form of it as their first weaving, by the time the White Tower is done with them many of those same women can no longer make the weave nor, in some cases, even recall how to.  How, then, does this young man come by Compulsion?  Much more possible, however unlikely, that he is ta’veren.  Egwene, on the other hand, grew up with Rand.  She largely evaded the training that would have set the same thoughts regarding Compulsion in her head that Pevara has.  Whatever Egwene has learned about Rand and now knows intellectually, there is a core of her that says he is Rand al’Thor rather the Dragon Reborn, or least before being the Dragon Reborn, and if Rand were in any way ta’veren, surely she would have noticed it during their years growing up.  On the other hand, he has surprised her, and others, with abilities and knowledge of weaves, such as Traveling, that they didn’t expect.  If he is pulling strange weaves out of nowhere, who is to say that Compulsion isn’t among them?  It would certainly fit the information, after all.
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DragonCon 3 September 2005 - Emma reporting
Emma:  In [Crossroads of Twilight Ch. 12] Elayne mentioned that Galad fancied Nynaeve or had for a time. Did I miss something?
RJ: Galad did have a certain interest in Nynaeve early on. As sometimes happens, that interest has shifted. He is obviously not attracted to Nynaeve anymore.
Emma: When did he have the attraction?
RJ: In the beginning, when he goes to Nynaeve's room. At that time he was interested in her. And Elayne still thinks he is.
Emma: But at that time he was interested in Egwene, I thought.
RJ: No, not yet. Not at that time.
Emma: *Me probably staring at him in amazement.*
RJ: no not yet.[ It's pretty obvious that Galad was most attracted to Egwene from the beginning.  He was overly exaggerated in his normal chivalrous behavior with Egwene in the scene that RJ references (3.16) - Galad moons over Egwene, and Nynaeve chases them out of her room, visibly flustering Galad - and, Elayne tells Egwene after they leave that Gawyn is besotted with her and won't say so because Galad is interested in her, and because Egwene drools over Galad) and even long before (2.24) Galad essentially asks Egwene to walk out with him!), and since it's Galad, we have to assume it's honest.  This is the whole reason Gawyn was reluctant to show Egwene how he felt about her (6.25). Count this one as a flub by RJ.  Улыбка]

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Wotmania Interview 2004

W:  At the end of Crossroads of Twilight, did the Aes Sedai know immediately who Egwene was? Or did they find the Amyrlin’s stole, and thus conclude that she was important?
RJ:  They recognized her face. Remember, she did spend some time in the White Tower despite all of her jaunts outside.

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Crossroads of Twilight Book Tour, Toronto 27 January 2003 - Réal Hepelle reporting
asked him why Egwene would want to change an iron chain into cuendillar (making sure that I pronounced it correctly CWAINDEEYAR Улыбка I thought he would send me packing if I made a pronunciation mistake). I understood that the chain prevented enemy boats from entering Tar Valon, but I wasn't sure why she would want to make it indestructible.

He responded that iron doesn't TURN into cuendillar,  iron is the base of cuendillar. He said that the links of the chain fuse together and become a solid piece. Thus making the chain impossible to raise, lower, or remove. This prevents boats from entering AND leaving Tar Valon. It then became obvious that this was a way for Egwene to succesfully siege the island without using the One Power on anyone (as Lord Gareth wanted). I don't know why I didn't realize this on my own, but thought others might want the additional insight.
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scifi.com chat 14 November 2000

Q: Mr. Jordan, When ever a channeler draws on the Power, does he/she become temporarily outside the Wheel's control? I ask this because Min's viewings of Aes Sedai get fuzzy whenever they draw on the Power, and in Lord of Chaos Egwene, avoids Rand's ta'veren effect by drawing on saidar.
RJ: Read and find out!
Q: Are Dreaming and Dreamwalking essentially just different names for the same Talent, or are they separate Talents that often occur together? The illustrated guide seemed to confuse the issue somewhat.
RJ: No. They're very different. A Dreamwalker can enter dreams but a Dreamer only "understands" dreams, though Dreamwalkers are generally Dreamers too.

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A Crown of Swords book tour 9 October 1996, Dunwoody, GA - Erica Sadun reporting

Q:  Why doesn't Egwene just Travel her troops to Tar Valon?
RJ:  She needs the time to be in control. Otherwise she'd just be a puppet to others needs.

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Balticon XXX April 1996 - Pam Korda reporting
Egwene, and Elayne and Nynaeve have also experienced forced training.
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East of the Sun Con, Stockholm, Sweden 17 June 1995 - Helena Löfgren interview

Robert Jordan stated clearly that every person keeping a secret, or withholding information, has a good reason for it, even if it in many cases is very personal. He exemplified this with the relation between Birgitte, Elayne and Egwene, where everyone knew that all knew Birgitte's secret (or at least a large part of it), but due to Elayne giving her word, the situation could not be resolved. Robert Jordan also took this as an example of the very great significance on a person's word and on oaths that the people in Wheel of Time places. A word given is something to be kept, at all costs, however the circumstances change.
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Lord of Chaos book tour Palo Alto 26 October 1994 - Greg reporting

RJ gave a little height information that slightly contradicts some previous info supposedly gleaned from a signings encounter. Rand is, of course, about 6'6". Moiraine, however, is actually as tall as 5'3", and Egwene and Nynaeve are both about 5'5". Oh, and he said Moiraine 'was' 5'3", if anyone wants to read anything into that. RJ also said that if anyone asked him how much anybody weighed, he'd throw up his hands in exasperation. I definitely got the impression that he cares nothing for the detailed heights and such, but instead goes completely from the mental pictures he's got in his head.
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Lord of Chaos book tour Seattle 25 October 1994 - Tony Zbaraschuk reporting

Tony Zbaraschuk: What about Gawyn?

RJ: Well, all the information he can find indicates that his mother's dead. (First the rumor, then it apparently got confirmed when he reached Cairhien. [Even Rand thinks that Morgase is dead.--TZ]). Rand probably killed her. His sister is missing, maybe dead. Rand's involved again. He _released_ the woman responsible for finding Rand because he loved Egwene. Egwene is tied up with Rand, who killed his mother and is probably responsible for his sister's disappearance. Why do you think he's under any stress?

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Compuserve Chat 19 October 1994

Q: Did Egwene as Amyrlin happen to be watching people's dreams while Rand was shielded?
RJ: I'm not quite sure I understand the question. Again?
Q: Since Rand was shielded and couldn't form any Wards on his dreams could Egwene have spied out that he was in trouble while in Tel'aran'rhiod?
RJ: Ah. Yes, she could have. The problem is, when you've learned that something is impossible, you have a tendency to stop trying it. She just didn't try to spy during the period in question.

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Lord of Chaos book tour Atlanta 17 October 1994 - Erica Sadun reporting

(LOC Signing Report - Erica Sadun)
Rand 6'6". Perrin 6'2". Mat 5'11.5". Aviendha 5'8-5'9. Elayne 5'6". Nynaeve 5'4". Egwene 5'2". Moiraine 5'0"-5'2".
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Second America On-Line chat October 1994

(AOL Chat 2)
Q: What went on with Egwene, Mat and Fain in the dungeon of The Great Hunt?
RJ: Most of it is fairly obvious, I would think. For the rest, you'll have to read and find out
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 Brandon Sanderson/Team Jordan Quotes
(Twitter 2011)
Brandon on Twitter - 10 January 2011
"He was sure he would never get another chance to see a Queen, and he hoped he would never have another to see a False Dragon" –Rand

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Brandon
Ha. I had in my head that Elayne picked up her swearing habit while traveling--but here she is, already speaking oaths to burn Rand's ears.
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Brandon
What to say of Rand falling into Elayne's garden in Chapter 40? As a youth, I rooted for Elayne+Rand quite a bit. Until I met Aviendha.
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Jera Perth
Never Rand+Min? Seemed the coolest choice to me.
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Brandon
I like Min, but remember, when I first read this book it was the only WoT book. In my mind it was "Egwene or Elayne?"
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Brandon
I loved this sequence as a young man. What could be better than the hero of the book accidentally falling into a princess's lap?
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Brandon
Of course, because of lighter-fare fantasy novels, I thought Elayne would join him immediately and pretty much only be Rand's love interest.
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Brandon
It's amusing to look at myself 20 years ago, reading EotW when no others in the series were out & trying to guess where it would go.
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Towers of Midnight book tour 16 November 2010 WH Smith, Paris, France - Jonathan B. reporting
(Paris Signing Report — Jonathan B)
I...asked if there was anything in A Memory of Light like the big unnoticed thing in Towers of Midnight that we should look for. He said there are lots of little things that come to fruition in interesting ways. I said yeah, I can't wait to see how «*his blood on the rooks of Shayol Ghul*» turns out. Do you know there are some people that think Elayne will have her babies on Shayol Ghul and that will fulfill the prophecy? He said well, Elayne is like 4 months pregnant at this point... Lots of things are possible with the One Power though. In my mind, this debunks that theory somewhat.
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(Twitter 2009-2010)
HBFFerreira on Twitter - 16 August 2010 1:57 pm
Elayne and Rand's babies... Calian and Shivan? Дети Илэйн и Ранда… Калиан и Шиван?
Brandon - 17 August 12:29 am
RAFO ... on Elayne's babes. Улыбка

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(Twitter 2009-2010)
sykoone on Twitter - 14 July 3:03 pm
One unsolved mystery=is Thom Elayne's real father?
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Brandon - 3:34 pm
I'm pretty sure Robert Jordan said that Thom was not her father. I wondered that myself for years.
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Chat with Brandon - 11 July 2010
(Chat with Brandon Sanderson)
RLRHorrocks: What happened to Elayne? It seemed she fell off the earth in the last book.
beckster45: Will we see Birgitte in Towers of Midnight?
Brandon: It was tough to decide that Elayne would not appear in The Gathering Storm. I knew we didn't have room for everyone. Thing is, Elayne was way ahead of everyone else in her plotline. (Meaning what she needed to get done.) And so, with great regret, I moved her to Towers of Midnight. She will appear, as will her wonderful Warder.

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(Chat with Brandon Sanderson)
Luckers: Was Elayne's 'relief' Rand felt in The Gathering Storm the relief of gaining the throne, or is that tying to more recent events? Like, is Rand up to date with Elayne yet?
Brandon: To be honest, Luckers, I'd have to go look at my timeline. I'm pretty sure Rand was at June (our world months) at the end of The Gathering Storm. Perrin ended at beginning of April. Elayne...grrr Can't remember. But Rand/Egwene are in sync with one another as of the end of that book. I think Elayne is just a tad behind.
 
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Interview with Maria Simons 10 June 2010 - Luckers reporting

(Plot-related Q&A with Maria Simons + New MAFO by Luckers)
Luckers: What was the item that could help tie the Aes Sedai to Rand and help Rand that Nynaeve and Elayne found in the Tower via Need in Tel’aran’rhiod (just prior to finding the Bowl of the Winds)?
Maria: You don’t really think I’m going to answer every single question, do you?

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The Gathering Storm Book Tour, Powell's Books, Portland, OR 19 November 2009 - Samadai reporting

(TGS Signing Report - Samadai)
TheWindRose: Are there any Forsaken around Elayne?
Brandon:  So many people are trying to figure out where Demandred is, I am not sure I can answer that.
Forkroot and Samadai:  No, not Demandred; we were talking Cyndane or Moghedien. For example, some postulate that Sylvase is Cyndane.
Brandon:  No, Sylvase is not a Forsaken and was never intended to be.

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The Gathering Storm Book Tour, Borders Dallas 14 November 2009 - Matoyak reporting
(TGS Signing Report — Matoyak)
Roga: Does Elayne know that Alanna bonded Rand?
Sanderson: Uh...well... I'll have to check that. MAFO. Good question.
Roga clarifies:
If this question came from the Dallas TGS signing, then it was from me.  I asked about Egwene.
The reason behind the question was, I wanted to know: if Alanna's name had been on Verin's list in The Gathering Storm, would Egwene have passed over it?  However, Brandon pointed out that Verin knew about the bond, so unless she had some reason to keep quiet, I'd think she should've made some kind of special warning note if Alanna had been in her list. Rand told Elayne in Winter's Heart Chapter 12, but there was some confusion as to whether the questioner might have actually meant Egwene (who is not aware of the bonding so far as we know).

 
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                                                              Robert Jordan Quotes

RJ's blog 4 October 2005 "ONE MORE TIME"

(Robert Jordan’s Blog: ONE MORE TIME)
- Elayne, Nynaeve and Egwene could pass the test for Aes Sedai with their current abilities, though Nynaeve might be a little hard pressed.  Too much specialization.
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Knife of Dreams book tour 24 October 2005 - Tim Kington reporting
(KOD Signing Report - Tim Kington)
Q: Was the gizmo used to capture Elayne a shocklance?
RJ: It was a variation. A shocklance is more like a rifle, and this was more like a pistol.

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Knife of Dreams book tour 13 October 2005, Harvard Coop - Allen Bryan reporting

(KOD Signing Report - Allen Bryan)
Q: Dyelin is like Cincinnatus of Rome. True or false?
RJ: True, pretty much, except Dyelin was never really offered power; she had it for a little while as Elayne's not-quite-authorized regent, but otherwise wasn't really called upon to save Andor the way Cincinnatus was called upon to save Rome. Otherwise, yes.

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Knife of Dreams book tour 11 October 2005 - NaClH2O reporting

(KOD Signing Report - NaClH2O)
Q: There seen to be some time discrepancies surrounding the incident where Elayne and company Traveled to the Kin Farm. Did the gateway Aviendha opened to the countryside near the Kin Farm at the beginning of The Path of Daggers allow Elayne's party to travel forward or backward in time?
RJ: RAFO.

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DragonCon 3 September 2005 - Emma reporting
 (DragonCon Report - Isabel)
Q: Will we ever find out what happened when Elayne went through the arches?
RJ: Probably not; maybe, but probably not.

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(DragonCon Report - Isabel)
Q: Does Mat's amulet work against the male side of the Power, and if so, will Elayne's research of it develop into something that can be used in the conflict between Aes Sedai?
RJ: Read and Find Out  [Not only did RJ verify in an earlier interview that it does indeed work against saidin, we also have an instance in the books where Aran'gar tries to channel at Mat, and he feels the medallion go cold. ]

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Independent Theater, Sydney, Australia 31 August 1999 - Sastan reporting
 (Sydney Independent Theatre Report - Sastan)
I managed to ask him about the issue of Rand and Elayne, asking why Rand felt so relieved when he was told he was not closely related to Elayne. RJ explained along the lines of how this was a quest that Rand alone could solve, that he needed to find out without anyone else knowing about it. He did not, however, say that it was settled that Tigraine and Morgase are not cousins. Even when I asked him a second time, he refused to say. Yet he did say, when I asked, that he did not consider Rand and Elayne's relationship through Galad to be of importance, or that they were related by blood...I spent a few minutes chatting with [Harriet], before the rest of the crowd and RJ appeared. I did learn something interesting from her; she remembered my insistence on the Rand-Elayne issue, and told me that to her and RJ second cousins were considered close family.
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Australia Interview - August 1999
 (Sydney Independent Theatre Q&A)
Q:  In Lord of Chaos when Elayne [Elenia Sarand, actually. ] told Rand that Morgase and Tigraine weren't cousins, Rand felt really relieved. Was it because he thought there was something wrong having a relationship with his second cousin?
RJ: Well he's not sure exactly how close his relationship to Elayne might be, how close his blood relationship might be. That's what he wanted to find out. He's in love with her and he'd really like to get it on with her but on the other end, he thinks he's gotta stay away from her to keep her safe. And on top of that, if she comes to stay, and god he might be related to her, and you know, how close is he? What is the relationship? He doesn't know. For all he knows there might be some way that he's as good as her brother. He's gotta find out. But he's gotta find out without letting anybody know why he wants to find out or even really that he is trying to find out.
Q:  But if he finds, because Galad is his half brother and also Elayne's half brother, won't he find anything wrong with that?
RJ: No. The way the mother-father relationship works is different. He has a blood relationship to Galad. He has no blood relationship to Elayne. None. At least not close enough to be counted by anybody except by how many lines of connection you have to the family of Andor.
Q:  The reason that Morgase got her throne was because she was the most closely related to Tigraine.
RJ: That's part of it. You gotta be closely related to put in a claim. After that it becomes political. In a way almost like . . . More like a republic than a democracy in that the electorate is limited. And in this case, the electorate is limited to the nobles. How many nobles can you get to support you. And she was able to get enough, finally, after something very close to a civil war to gain the throne.

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The Path of Daggers book tour 31 October 1998, Vancouver - Lara Beaton reporting

(TPOD Signing Report - Lara Beaton)
Q: What happened with Elayne and that warm ter'angreal?
RJ: (laughs) What do you think happened?
Q: We figured it must be some sort of One Power sex toy.
RJ: (laughing harder) I may write something about that in a later book. [He did.  Elayne took off her clothes and danced on a table, which is probably much more innocent than most people assumed]
Q: RAFO, right?
RJ: Exactly.

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The Path of Daggers book tour 24 October 1998 - Justin Howell reporting

(TPOD Signing Report - Justin Howell)
I asked why Elayne thought even a Forsaken couldn't break the shield Adeleas and Vandene were holding on Ispan, expecting the answer that Elayne is clue-impaired.  The correct answer is that holding a shield on someone depends not only on relative strength and fatigue, but also  on whether the shield is held by channelers of the same sex as the victim.  Thus two women (Adeleas and Vandene on Ispan, or Ispan and Falion on Nynaeve in A Crown of Swords) can hold another woman, but three women just get severed if they try to shield Rand.  As a  curiosity, it is also possible for multiple people to hold a shield without linking, but this is less strong and less precise, producing basically a layered shield.
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A Crown of Swords book tour 9 October 1996, Dunwoody, GA - Erica Sadun reporting
(ACOS Signing Report - Erica Sadun)
Q: When Birgitte says she remembers a tale of a female Warder after being bonded to Elayne, does she remember herself?
A: RAFO

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(ACOS Signing Report - Erica Sadun)
Q: Is Thom Elayne's and Gawyn's real father?  
RJ: No. Absolutely no. No question about it. No. No. No. Thom is exactly who he says he is.

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AOL Chat #1 - 27 June 1996
 (AOL Chat 1)
Q: What is going to happen with Elayne, Min, Rand and Aviendha in their relationship? Will they all get along?  
RJ: "Read and find out!" he chuckled richly. Подмигивающий

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Balticon XXX April 1996 - Bill Garrett reporting
 (Balticon XXX - Bill Garrett)
Mat's amulet blocks both saidin and saidar. Jordan answered this one straight-out when asked. He pointed out that the amulet only blocks actual weavings of the One Power, not the physical effects that could be caused by a weaving. For example, Elayne was able to use the One Power to hurl a rock at Mat. Rahvin was able to create a bolt of lightning which struck Mat. (Jordan noted that Mat's death by lightning and subsequent undoing of his death when Rand balefired Rahvin, fulfills a prophecy about living, dying, and then living again.)
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Balticon XXX April 1996 - Pam Korda reporting
 (Balticon XXX - Pam Korda)
Egwene, and Elayne and Nynaeve have also experienced forced training.
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East of the Sun Con, Stockholm, Sweden 17 June 1995 - Helena Löfgren interview
(East of the Sun Interview - Helena Löfgren)
Robert Jordan stated clearly that every person keeping a secret, or withholding information, has a good reason for it, even if it in many cases is very personal. He exemplified this with the relation between Birgitte, Elayne and Egwene, where everyone knew that all knew Birgitte's secret (or at least a large part of it), but due to Elayne giving her word, the situation could not be resolved. Robert Jordan also  took this as an example of the very great significance on a person's word and on oaths that the people in Wheel of Time places. A word  given is something to be kept, at all costs, however the circumstances change.
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East of the Sun Con, Stockholm, Sweden June 1995 - Karl-Johan Norén reporting

(East of the Sun Con - Karl-Johan Norén)
On why Aviendha's toh required her to kill Rand, he said basically "Read and Find Out", but he noted that Aviendha is under the strain of several tohs. He also pointed out that her interpretation from Elayne's reaction from her confession to Elayne gives her a way out, but that Elayne does not share that interpretation. [ The show will certainly go on :Для Шерлока ]
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Lord of Chaos book tour Seattle 25 October 1994 - Tony Zbaraschuk reporting
(LOC Signing Report - Tony Zbaraschuk)
Tony Zbaraschuk: What about Gawyn?
RJ: Well, all the information he can find indicates that his mother's dead. (First the rumor, then it apparently got confirmed when he reached Cairhien. [Even Rand thinks that Morgase is dead.--TZ]). Rand probably killed her. His sister is missing, maybe dead. Rand's involved again. He released the woman responsible for finding Rand because he loved Egwene. Egwene is tied up with Rand, who killed his mother and is probably responsible for his sister's disappearance. Why do you think he's under any stress?

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Lord of Chaos book tour Atlanta 17 October 1994 - Erica Sadun reporting
(LOC Signing Report - Erica Sadun)
Rand 6'6". Perrin 6'2". Mat 5'11.5". Aviendha 5'8-5'9. Elayne 5'6". Nynaeve 5'4". Egwene 5'2". Moiraine 5'0"-5'2".
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Brandon Sanderson/Team Jordan Quotes

Pancakes and Fries, aka Brandon Does Amsterdam 31 May 2011 - Emma reporting

(Pancakes and Fries with Brandon Sanderson - Isabel)
I...asked about the Tel'aran'rhiod fight and if the Black Ajah shouldn't have been more blurred out. He told me that someone sent him a theory about it. He was thinking if he would post that theory and tell what parts are wrong and right. (if i remember correctly) Or he was thinking of keeping the answer a secret.
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[This led to a Twitter conversation which cleared up the issue:]
(Twitter 2011)
Luckers on Twitter - 2 June 2011
@BrandSanderson Heya. So. Kind of harsh question--you are reported to have inferred recently that the Black Ajah and Nynaeve etc. ability to...
Luckers
...to be solid and channel properly during the Dream Battle in ToM has an explanation. Is this true? I struggle...
Luckers
... to believe that given the text and my communications with Maria, and was wondering if it was misquoted?
Luckers
Aight. Literally as I posted the above to Brandon, Maria replied with that this whole issue is a Read and Find Out issue. I'm a douche.
Peter Ahlstrom
Did anyone check out the ebook to see if any changes have been made to that scene?
Luckers
Don't think so... been chatting with Maria about it and she's not indicated any changes.
Maria
Look for an email soon; there were changes. I'm having a difficult day; I didn't think that you might not have seen an ebook.
[And then the differences were found and posted at Theoryland.] TITLE: Towers of Midnight
CHAPTER: 37 - Darkness in the Tower

"It's black as a tomb up there," Nynaeve whispered. "I think they made it that way. Siuan and Leane are all right; I saw them a little bit ago, sticking together. Just before that, I managed to hit Notori with a blast of fire. She's dead."

"Good. The Black Ajah stole nineteen ter'angreal. That might give us an estimate of how many Black Ajah we have to contend with."

ToM eBook

"It's black as a tomb up there," Nynaeve whispered. "I think they made it that way. They shouldn't be able to channel this well with those imperfect copies. Siuan and Leane are all right; I saw them a little bit ago, sticking together. Just before that, I managed to hit Notori with a blast of fire. She's dead."

"Good. The Black Ajah stole nineteen ter'angreal. That might give us an estimate of how many Black Ajah we have to contend with. Or since they're able to channel so strongly, perhaps not."
ToM, Ch. 36, Hardcover

Shielyn glanced at her hand where, in the real world, she would be holding the small plate that—with a channeled bit of Spirit—let a woman enter Tel'aran'rhiod. Egwene hadn't given them the ter'angreal that let one enter without needing to channel, of course. Those were more versatile, and therefore more powerful. Best to keep those a secret.
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ToM, Ch. 36, Ebook

Shielyn glanced at her hand where, in the real world, she would be holding the small plate that—with a channeled bit of Spirit—let a woman enter Tel’aran’rhiod. Egwene hadn’t given them the ter’angreal Elayne had finally perfected that let one enter without needing to channel, of course. Those were more versatile, and therefore more powerful. Best to keep those a secret.

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Driving Mr. Sanderson 17 April 2011 - Terez reporting

(Driving Mr. Sanderson - Terez)
Terez: (herid) How much time passed between Verin's meeting with Mat and her death?
Brandon: Oh boy, you’re fishing for Nakomi!
Terez: No, actually I’m not; somebody else submitted that question.
Brandon: Okay. I would have to have the timeline in front of me.
Terez: Yeah. I think they asked because there are certain contradictions in the timeline and that’s why…
Brandon: Oh yeah. There’s a mistake in Mat’s timeline.
Terez: And that was in TGS, right?
Brandon: No, there’s a mistake in TOM. Mat sees sunshine when he shouldn’t, or vice-versa. The reason for that being, Mat’s timeline was the big one we were playing with, and we were moving him through the book to different places to decide where various things were appropriate, and where we settled on, both Alan and Bob Kluttz – who are really detailed timeline people – both stamped this timeline and said ‘There are no flaws in this except there is an error in TGS’, which we have now changed. But we let a typo creep through – that one was more of a typo because we moved a scene from some place to some place else – and so there is a cloud typo. It is recorded on Twitter – I don’t know if you saw it – where someone pointed it out to me and I said ‘We will get that changed.’ Maria now is aware of it.
Terez: If it was recently then I didn’t get it, because I’m behind.
Brandon: Okay. But Bob Kluttz does have an official timeline…he was one of the beta readers. The betas have all kind of come out now. I didn’t want people being jealous of them before the book came out, but…
Terez: Too late. I already knew about Linda. And I was jealous. [Because Linda posted all her TOM theories the week before the book was sent to the beta readers (which was announced on Twitter).]
Brandon: Yeah. I went to Bob because Bob is a master of timeline – one of them; there are many out there – and Bob’s job was to keep me honest on the timeline, and he did a really fantastic job, but we did miss one typo at least.
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Terez: (herid) What exactly did Graendal see when Aran'gar put Compulsion on Ramshalan?
Brandon: She doesn’t see it. We talked about this in editing when we were looking at it. It’s Graendal’s viewpoint; she’s summarizing; she doesn’t actually see it. We actually didn’t change it, because I just thought that was, ‘That’s what’s going on; it’s in her viewpoint; she doesn’t see the weaves.’ So, that isn’t an error. Maybe it’s not the clearest writing around, but I felt it was sufficiently clear when I looked at the passage. It got flagged by Maria.
Maria: Actually, we did asked for this to be changed for e- and future editions. It should now read "Aran'gar shrugged, but focused as if laying down a thick and complex Compulsion on the unfortunate Ramshalan's mind." The answer is the same, though, really; she saw nothing.
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(Twitter 2011)
Darth Andrea on Twitter - 20 March 2011
Timeline wise, was Aviendha's meeting with Nakomi in the waste before or after Verin had met with Egwene and died?
Brandon
Ha. It seems everyone wants to know if this is possibly Verin. There will be timestamps in AMOL to let you guess.
heridfan
There are enough existing timestamps to show that Verin can't be Nakomi. [That, of course, rather depends on how those timestamps are interpreted, and what method you think Verin might have used to visit Aviendha.] But I don't believe timestamps in ToM.
Brandon
So far as I know, there are no timestamp errors in TofM. [I suspect that there simply isn't anyone on Team Jordan who is good with timelines. It's pretty much a mess, quite aside from the Tam issue. There are conflicting timestamps in TOM, unless we are just really, really confused. But I sympathize with Team Jordan since I also suck at timelines. I also sympathize with Steven Cooper, who is pretty good at it but nonetheless seems to have given up? I hope not. I hope he updates soon.] I have a solid timeline from people better at such things than I.
Brandon
There COULD still be mistakes, but I think the book is more accurate than people assume because of the Tam issue.
heridfan
I don't mean Tam issue. There are for example clouds breaking in Caemlyn in Chapter 8, way before Rand's epiphany on Dragonmount.
Brandon
That's a good note. I'll fire that one off to Team Jordan and see if we made an error. Got any others?
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(Twitter 2011)
Ted Herman on Twitter - 10 January 2011
Is it error when Elyas told Perrin [in TEOTW] Ch 29 that no Hawkwing's kin stayed in Randland? (Mayene's Firsts claim kinship)
Brandon
I haven't looked at it specifically, but my guess would be that Elyas doesn't know or believe the claims.
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Chris Nuccitelli on Twitter - 7 January 2011
Is there a list somewhere of the continuity changes made for the ToM paperback?
Brandon
Not yet. Many things fans pointed out weren't actually errors, but the Theoryland thread caught most of the things we changed.

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(Twitter 2011)
Jan Carrick - 6 January 2011
I'm curious, why has Mat's deepest secrets become well-known rumors in ToM? He only told Thom, Noal & co about this stuff.
Brandon
That's an excellent question. That I can't answer yet. RAFO. Улыбка

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(Twitter 2011)
Girl Geek
I noticed in ToM that the viewpoint momentarily switched to a man's (maybe Rand) amidst one of Min's POVs.[ Actually, it was a Perrin POV in the middle of a Faile POV.]
Brandon
I think we fixed that one for the pb. Basically a problem with stitching two scenes together.

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(Twitter 2011)
Deadsy on Twitter - 5 January 2011
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(Twitter 2011)
Brandon
People (mostly my editor) complain about my capitalization of magic-related terms. (Push and Pull in Mistborn.) I learned from RJ.
Brandon
I'll admit, keeping track of which terms are upper case while writing these can be hard. Warder, for example, is capitalized.
Brandon
Ha. I love @GrammarGirl. She says: "Refer your editor to the section on capitalizing Platonic ideals: http://j.mp/18T09Z
Brandon
When younger, I thought Rand's first Channeling was lightning in Four Kings. It wasn't until later that I caught the Bela thing.
Terez
No, 'channeling' is NOT capitalized. Улыбка
Brandon
That's the one I most think should be. We always have to search/replace it after I write a book.
Emil Schuffhausen
Back in RJ's day, did he change his notes to reflect [errors], or are you sifting through notes that may be occasionally wrong? Улыбка
Brandon
There are mistakes in the notes. More, incomplete thoughts, as might be expected. But some mistakes.
Brandon
You type fast and loose when you think nobody but you is going to be reading what you're writing.
(Twitter 2011)
Brandon on Twitter - 4 January 2011
Ha! Want a 20-year-old typo? My ecopy (RJ's original) reads: "Everything depended on whether or not the Trollops were still there."
Brandon
Also, dashing my dreams of RJ typos, it turns out the original ecopies of the early WoT books were lost in a hard drive crash.
Brandon
Also, dashing my dreams of RJ typos, it turns out the original ecopies of the early WoT books were lost in a hard drive crash.
Brandon
Maria says she thinks that what I'm using is a file scanned from print. Trollop/Trolloc makes more sense now.
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Brandon on Twitter - 3 January 2011
TofM had some small continuity errors--mostly me forgetting who knows what.
Brandon
We fixed them for the paperback, but it is a sign that I'm starting to forget details. That means I need to re-read Mr. Jordan's work.
Brandon
Since people are asking, the continuity errors were things like Grady telling Perrin about the Cleansing as if for the first time, but...
Brandon
...there's a line in KoD where Perrin notes that they'd mentioned it to him. We don't see the conversation, but it's there in narrative.
AJ Zaethe
Need a devout reader of the Wheel of Time to watch over what you are writing so they can be like. "He died in book 5." "oh"
Brandon
The thing is, I had eight of those for TofM. They all missed these too. It was the time crunch that did it to us, I think.
Benjamin Peacock
No biggie, but did you fix for ebook by chance?
Brandon
Yes, it should be all fixed for the ebook.
Michelle Anders
Also the fact that Min's viewings aren't always around Aes Sedai when they are supposed to be.
Brandon
I'm working on the assumption (as she's said before) that she doesn't always pay attention to them, as there's so many of them.
E.G. Hornbostel
Brandon, does Lan still sharpen his impossible-to-dull heron blade in the electronic edtion of EOTW?
Brandon
I actually have Robert Jordan's original word files; I need to get the new ebooks.
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Towers of Midnight book tour 16 November 2010 WH Smith, Paris, France - Jonathan B. reporting
(Paris Signing Report — Jonathan B)
I asked about why Grady didn't tie off the gateways to move Perrin's troops if he was too tired to keep them open. Brandon says that this was part of the instructions he had, so he didn't want to change it (my speculation is that I think that means it was probably in the notes themselves but I don't know that for sure). He said that it makes sense for tying off gateways to have a cost for the channeller to maintain because if it were so easy to create gateways and tie them off, it could be very breaking for the logistics of the world. If this were possible in the Age of Legends for example, why would anyone need a horse or a wagon or to develop any other kind of technology to transport anything? There could just be tied off gateways from everywhere to everywhere else. [It should be noted that this is RJ's inconsistency, not Brandon's. RJ had people tying off gateways, and then later, not being able to do it.]
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Paris Signing Report — Jonathan B)
We talked about the order of the chapters as some people were confused by Tam being in two places at once. Brandon said there was no way around this as they had to catch Perrin up. Then we asked if there was a chance of getting the last three books re-released with the chapters in chronological order. He said this might be possible as an e-book or maybe a rearranged audiobook. Only the chapter orders would be changed.
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The Way of Kings book tour 18 September 2010, Barnes and Noble, Orem, UT - rew reporting
(TWOK Signing Report — rew)
1) Why did he choose to release Chapter 8?
He said it was strategic, because he knew that the Prologue would be up for sale, and chapters 1 and 2 would be up for free on Tor’s site. As well, chapters 3, 4 etc wouldn’t have worked “because they build upon each other. Chapter 1 builds on the Prologue, Chapter 2 on Chapter 1, etc.” And thus, chapter 8 was the earliest chapter that would work as a teaser without spoiling earlier things or getting in the way of the other early releases. He also confirmed that, yes, chapter 8 is the first Mat POV in the book.
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(TWOK Signing Report — rew)
2) I said something to the effect that many on the forums have challenged (I think the exact words I used were “giving him crap”) about the chronology, especially with regards to Mat. I guess it wasn’t a question as much as an interrogative lilt to my voice…
He responded by saying that he has a “detailed and precise” chronology off of which he works. He admitted however that he is not the real “chronology person” on Team Jordan, but those people assure him that “I am right on” with regards to the chronology. He then addressed a number of the concerns:
-first- Rumors: he said that rumors are just rumors. About trolloc attacks, specifically, he said that “trollocs have been attacking, or invading in various places for months” and that rumors abound in all sorts of forms about them.
With regard to the White Tower attack- I prompted this one a little, and he said that they are simply rumors which have coalesced from multiple rumors together, nothing related specifically to the real attack adding that “in the Wheel of Time rumors sometimes have a tendency to double-back on themselves” turning into truth eventually.
As for the horse riding in Caemlyn, I asked him specifically about Rand seeing Mat and Thom on horses in Caemlyn, but Mat in Chapter 8 not taking his horse into the city, and he responded by saying that Rand didn’t see Mat in this specific scene and assured me that all that would work out in the rest of the book.
He did admit that there has been one “hitch” found in TGS as per chronology that will be changed in upcoming editions. If I remember correctly he said Mat is roughly two weeks behind where he was meant to be and explained that Mat’s position in time at the end of TGS was supposed to be two weeks earlier than it was portrayed as being.)
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The Way of Kings book tour 9 September 2010, Borders, Oak Brook, IL - Marie Curie reporting
(TWOK Signing Report — Marie Curie)
Brandon: Like, there are certain things that are embedded in my imagination that I have not realized until working on these books that I was wrong all along, one of which you may notice in The Gathering Storm was the length of the bridges into Tar Valon. Which, I had a conception of them, and I didn't look it up because I'm like, 'oh, I know what that looks like,' and so I started describing it and nobody called me on it, and then it comes out and fans are like, 'these are like a mile long, you can't really see the other side, you know, in the way you described it.' And I looked at it and then I read the Big White Book, I'm like, "Holy crap, these bridges are a mile long!" That's enormous! That's not how I imagined it at all. But that's how it is if you look at the maps.
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(Twitter 2009-2010)
Rob Trotter on Twitter - 1 August 8:32 am
Any chance you could clear up Sulin in The Gathering Storm? Was her appearance a typo or deliberate (Varied answers exist on the web?)
Brandon - 9:37 pm
Sure, you guys deserve an answer on this one.
9:37 pm
Sulin began life as a simple typo. When I saw it, I shrugged, and had a good reason. Maria thought that reason would not work.
9:38 pm
So we decided to retcon it out. Mistake was mine all along. Really nothing special to report there, I'm afraid.
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Luckers on Twitter - 1 August 2010 5:54 am
I was wondering--why didn't Amys and Bair contact Edarra in her dreams when they were looking for Tam?
Brandon - 9:36 pm
There's a reason. Towers of Midnight may shine light on that.
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Shivam Bhatt on Twitter - 1 August 2010 12:32 am
Will we ever find out what happened to Juilin Sandar, or the guys from Shienar, who haven't been seen since like book 2?
Brandon - 9:34 pm
Juilin was in The Gathering Storm. He's still with Mat. Uno and company are in Egwene's army. They appear once in a while. [Uno has not appeared since The Path of Daggers.]
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Brandon on Twitter - 29 July 2010 4:25 am
Lol. In making comments on Towers of Midnight, Maria referenced The Eye of the World...and found an as-of-yet uncaught mistake.
5:04 am
Oh, and I think the error Maria caught in The Eye of the World was a line saying Lan's homeland had the "hundred lakes" and not the "thousand lakes."
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Pat's Fantasy Hotlist interview with Brandon - 25 May 2010
(Pat’s Fantasy Hotlist: Interview with Brandon Sanderson)
Question:  Rodel Ituralde and especially Gareth Bryne being blademasters seemed a surprise. Do we know why this information didn't come up before? In addition, Bryne mentions only being an under-captain during the Aiel War when THE EYE OF THE WORLD states he was Captain-General back to Queen Modrellen's day. But then the big white book also says that Andor had a different Captain-General during the Aiel War. A case of Robert Jordan changing his mind?
Brandon:  Number one, let's talk about the blademaster issue. I'm not at liberty right now to say what's in the notes and what isn't, but I can tell you I'm drawing from the notes when I'm writing. I don't know why certain things weren't mentioned before in the series.
Maintaining the Wheel of Time continuity is an enormous task. There are so many questions like "What was Bryne's rank during the Aiel war?" where I ask Maria and Alan and just trust their instincts. There are other ones where they're not even sure.
Much of the time, when we run into issues like this, it's just me making a mistake. I do apologize for that. I promise you, I have read these books a number of times, but I don't have the type of mind that memorizes facts and repeats them back offhandedly. I have to do a lot of reading each time I write a chapter, and I often make mistakes. A lot of the time, these mistakes come because I HAVE been reading the series for so long. I've got these long-seated impressions of characters and events in my head that go back all the way to my teenage days. And they're not always right. (I didn't learn to pronounce some character names until I was well into my 20s.) Sometimes, I just assume I know something when I've been wrong about it all along. Those are the dangerous ones, since I don't think to look up items like that.
Anyway, with every printing of the books, Maria goes back in and fixes continuity. It happened when Robert Jordan was writing the books (though not nearly as often as it will when I'm writing them, I suspect). So what can I say about that? Well, Harriet is putting together a comprehensive encyclopedia that will become the definitive answer to these sorts of questions. Until then, I'm letting Team Jordan handle it.
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(Pat’s Fantasy Hotlist: Interview with Brandon Sanderson)
Question:  Anything else you wish to share with your fans?
Brandon:  Well, for this entire interview, I've tiptoed around one issue: the fan reaction to Mat in THE GATHERING STORM.
You kindly didn't ask directly, though I did sense that you were trying to get at it. And your own comments about THE GATHERING STORM are among those I did read. I know what you've said about Mat.
It's curious. I've gotten around 1500 emails about TGS so far. (Of those, by the way, only one person didn't like the book. I'm not arrogant enough to assume that person is the only one--I'm guessing that most who didn't like the book didn't feel the need to email me and chew me out for it.)
Of those 1500, only a handful mention Mat. However, he IS the one brought up the most often. Oddly, it's almost exactly divided between people saying, "I love how you did Mat, he's my favorite part of the book," and people saying, "I loved everything about the book, except Mat didn't feel right."
That has been very interesting to me. One thing this does for me is that it actually relieves a big burden off my back, because it means that I did everybody else right. It also means that Mat is noticeably different to a small number of people. Was this done intentionally? No, it was not. I worked on Mat like I worked on all the rest of the characters, and I feel as close to Mat as I feel to the rest of the characters. I asked Harriet, and she said, "You did Mat perfectly. Don't change him."
So...where does that leave us? I'm not sure. I do realize that my sense of humor is slightly different from Robert Jordan's sense of humor. And perhaps if I had to do it again, I wouldn't lead with the monologue from Mat that I used, because that's where the difference is most obvious. A person's sense of humor is like their thumbprint. And I'm not sure that I could ever replicate Robert Jordan's thumbprint when it comes to that, and it never has been my goal to replicate him exactly.
I think that in the narrative, though--the places aside from the monologues--Mat is still Mat. Of course, Mat had some really big things happen to him in KOD, things that have shaken him and the way he sees the world. But at his core, he's still the same person.
However, if you were worried about him, it should help you to know that the large bulk of the Mat sequences Robert Jordan wrote are in TOWERS OF MIDNIGHT. There is a lot more Robert Jordan Mat to come. So maybe it's not really an issue at all.
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MiniCon 3 April 2010 - Kathana Trevalaer reporting
(MiniCon 2010 — Jennifer Liang)
I asked Brandon about Sulin this evening. He said that he had originally placed Sulin like that very intentionally, intending to do "something" with her. However, after a conversation with Maria, he became convinced that his original plans regarding this character were not workable, so Sulin will be edited out of future editions of The Gathering Storm.
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The Gathering Storm Book Tour, Idaho Falls, 19 December 2009 - Stephanie Reese reporting

(TGS Signing Report - Stephanie Reese)
Q: The wording of the Third Oath: RAFO, or error? (Egwene et al. say 'except against Darkfriends and Shadowspawn', while Moiraine et al. only mention Shadowspawn) And, if error, which is the correct wording?
A: Brandon said he had to make sure he got the wording right for the Oaths, so he went back and copied it word for word from the previous books. Maria was the one that changed it saying RJ decided that Darkfriends should have always been included in the Oaths.
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The Gathering Storm Book Tour, Powell's Books, Portland, OR 19 November 2009 - Forkroot reporting

(TGS Signing Report - Forkroot)
My first question pertained to whether there was a mistake in the text when Joline is negotiating horse counts with Mat - did she overlook her Warders? Brandon looked surprised and said that if indeed the text didn't account for them that it was a mistake as Joline would not have forgotten them.
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The Gathering Storm Book Tour, Mysterious Galaxy, San Diego 15 November 2009 - Freelancer reporting
(TGS Signing Report - Freelancer)
Q. Were the references to Galad, both from Rand's technicolor scrying of Perrin and Tam's mention, intentionally left in place as teasers, or an accidental artifact of the book division?
A. Intentional.
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Q. Mr. Jordan stated that the Seanchan only know how to make one kind of ter'angreal. Then there are the Bloodknives' rings. Is this a departure from Jordan's notes, or a discrepancy in a past answer?
A. Neither. The Seanchan only know how to make a'dam.

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Q. It has been noted that Sulin is incorrectly referred to in a scene with Rand's group in Arad Doman. Who should have been named in the text there?
A. Sulin.  [Actually, this turned out to be an error.]

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The Gathering Storm Book Tour, Borders Dallas 14 November 2009 - Matoyak reporting
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Muirenn: Was Sulin really with Rand or--?
Sanderson: RAFO. I will tell you when there are typos or not. This is a RAFO. [It was an error.] <begin paraphrasing> Some typos that have been found are Bashere appearing as Tenobia's cousin rather than uncle...my hands kept wanting to type cousin instead. <end paraphrasing>
Muirenn: Ah, what about the Amyrlin stole versus shawl?
Sanderson: Typo. My hands kept trying to switch stole and shawl throughout the book. Giving me trouble. You know how it is when you're going along and your hands want to type something different...

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The Gathering Storm Book Tour, Dallas Borders 14 November 2009 - Aubree Pham reporting
(TGS Signing Report — Aubree Pham)
Sulin appearing with Rand's group was NOT an error [actually, it was].  Perrin is approximately a month behind everyone else in the timeline and will play major catchup in Towers of Midnight.
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The bruises on Min's neck were not an error. After consulting with Team Jordan, it was determined that indirect effects remain. Rand was the one who strangled Min, not Semirhage directly, so the bruises stayed.
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The Gathering Storm Book Tour, Joseph-Beth Booksellers, Lexington, KY 10 November 2009 - Stormleader Team reporting
(TGS Signing Report — Lexington, KY)
Harriet indicated that the Bloodwrasps mentioned in The Gathering Storm is not a typo of Bloodwasps and is a new thing we haven’t seen yet.
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Brandon says of the five Redarms that enter Hinderstap with Mat that the three that seem unaccounted for when everyone else escapes are not “forgotten” and their circumstances are RAFO. He also said that he appreciates the finding of continuity errors so that they can be corrected before books go to paperback, but they are an unavoidable part of the business. He doesn’t like when authors ignore continuity on purpose, but understands accidents.
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The Gathering Storm Book Tour, Union Square Barnes & Noble, NYC 9 November 2009 - WinespringBrother reporting
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I did ask about the so-called mistake with Harine and the cleansing, and Brandon confirmed that Harine was basically being cautious when speaking to Rand, and didn't want to get caught between Rand and the Wavemistresses.
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About Gawyn's duel with Sleete, and the usage of real swords, [Maria] said she would have to look into that, since I had believed that normally practice swords are used.
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Maria clarifies:
With novice swordsmen, the practice sword is very good because they can swing away with abandon and be swung at and at worse get a bruise.  But there comes a time when a person must practice with a real sword, and not just shadow fencing.  How does a sword feel when it hits another sword?  How quickly can you come back from that?  Practice with the weapon you are going to use in real combat is necessary.  This is especially true if you are with an army in the field; you’re not playing at keeping in shape, you’re trying to make sure that you are at your absolute top form to keep from being killed when you come up against someone else with a pointy blade. These Warders are very, very good; they trust themselves to fight with real swords without damaging each other.  
So, often they practiced with practice swords, but sometimes they practiced with real swords.  There is a type of practice with real swords in the books. We see it in New Spring: the Novel, where Bukama “took the other two a little distance away with talk of some game called “sevens.”  A strange game it seemed to be, and more than dangerous in the failing daylight.  Lan and Ryne sat cross-legged facing one another, their swords sheathed, then without warning drew, each blade flashing toward the other man’s throat, stopping just short of flesh.  The older man pointed to Ryne, they sheathed swords, and then did it again.  For as long as she watched, that was how it went.  Perhaps Ryne had not been so over-confident as he seemed.”
It’s not the same as when Gawyn faced Sleete and Marlesh, but it is experienced swordsmen practicing with real swords.

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« Ответ #79 : 10 Октября 2012, 21:22:46 »

Из недавнего. Не думаю, что что-то из этого здесь уже было. Отвечает на вопросы, естественно, Брэндон Сандерсон.

Wetlandernw: Is there a distinction between the "bubbles of evil" and the "Pattern unraveling" events?
Brandon Sanderson: There is a distinction, in that they are different manifestations of the same root cause: the bubbles come from the Dark One's prison and slide along the threads of the Pattern until they pop, while the Pattern unraveling is a result of balefire as well as the Dark One's direct influence. The "torn lace" icon is used for both.
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Wetlandernw: Did you ever find out what were the means & end of Cadsuane's blackmailing the Asha'man?
Brandon Sanderson: It's all in the notes, but I'd have to look it up before I could answer.
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Wetlandernw: Who do you consider a "main character"?
Brandon Sanderson: I consider the five original Two Rivers people, plus Elayne, to be "main characters." Min and Aviendha are major, but not quite at the same level.
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Loialson: What happened to the Jenn Aiel? What was their fate after we saw them last in the WayBack ter'angreal? I'm curious on how they disappeared after partially building Rhuidean. Were they consumed in the making of Rhuidean like the Aes Sedai that made the Eye of the World were? Or did they just stop procreating thus dying off, or something else?
Brandon Sanderson: Aah. RAFO!
WETLANDERNW: (The exclamation point, and a smile, was clear in his voice and in his eyes. He liked that question and was pleased to have it asked. We will apparently find out soon!)
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forkroot: If cuendillar is brought into Tel'aran'rhiod, can it be destroyed in a nightmare (the same way Perrin destroyed the dreamspike)?
Brandon Sanderson: If you were strong enough in Tel'aran'rhiod, you could probably force it to break, but it would remanifest itself pretty quickly. (He compared it to how Perrin was able to force Hopper back together for a moment, but no more—it snapped back to "reality" pretty fast.) RJ was pretty strong on this point—it's really, really hard to destroy the stuff. Even an opening gateway wouldn't do it—either the edge would push the cuendillar object out of the way, or the object would block the gateway from opening or closing. (You could actually block a gateway open by sticking a piece of cuendillar in it.) RJ was firm: there are only two ways for cuendillar to be destroyed: the Pattern unraveling, and... one other thing. (From the way he said "one other thing" I think we'll be learning about it in A Memory of Light. He enjoyed that question too.)
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forkroot: Min has said that Perrin would need to be there for Rand twice to save him from something very bad. Assuming Dumai's Wells was the first time (which BWS confirmed), was Perrin's presence in Tel'aran'rhiod at Dragonmount during Rand's time there the second time? Or, in another phrasing, has the second time happened yet?
Brandon Sanderson: No, that was not it. We have not yet seen the second time, but we will. (In other words, it's coming in A Memory of Light.)
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Wetlandernw: Are there mature Worms in A Memory of Light? Would a mature Worm be a dragon?
Brandon Sanderson: RAFO! (With a smile and a look that indicated we'll see something significant along that line, anyway.) As to the second part, they wouldn't really know what a dragon looked like, so they wouldn't call it that, anyway.
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Дополнительно, занятная информация:
Brandon Sanderson: RJ left some 3 million words worth of notes, equivalent to 10 The Gathering Storms stacked together.
БС: Объем записей, оставленных РД, составляет что-то около 3 миллионов слов, это как 10 Грядущих Бурь сложенных вместе.
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« Ответ #80 : 05 Января 2013, 15:51:24 »

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Brandon Sanderson/Team Jordan Quotes
Q: Demandred mentions that the sleepweavers are used to train beginners in Tel'aran'rhiod. Can any channeler be trained to enter without a ter'angreal (eventually) or is a certain amount of Talent required?
Brandon: (long silence) I believe…I’ll give you a percentage on these. If I say, “I believe”, it means, “this is my understanding, but, um…”
Q: Right, the asterisk.
Brandon: There’s an asterisk on it. And most of my understanding is informed by the notes and what I’ve read, but I often get things mixed up. So, I’m going to say on a 75% surety, not everybody can be trained to enter without a ter’angreal eventually, and some talent is required, but there are some who can…there is a middle ground between, for instance, Egwene, and somebody who can’t at all.
Q: Like Aran’gar, who obviously has hardly any talent at all, but she can get into people’s dreams.
Brandon: Yeah. So, there is a middle ground. But I don’t believe everybody can.
Q: Have all of the Forsaken been trained to do this or do some of them have to use gateways to get there?
Brandon: In choosing the Forsaken – and this one is actually, um… I am quoting sources that you don’t have access to, but I do…
Q: Right.
Brandon: In choosing the Forsaken, the Dark One was careful…um, the very nature of it led to people with great talent in many areas being chosen. They are extraordinary in many areas, and having talents that others do not have, beyond being powerful channelers.
Q: We’re talking about the thirteen that were at Shayol Ghul…
Brandon: Yeah. …this is what led to them being at the top of the heap. That said, I do believe that, among the Forsaken, there are some who had to use gateways to get there…but the majority of the Forsaken are very talented in many areas.
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Касательно альтер-эго Демандреда:

Q: How would you compare Murandy's forces to those of Tear?
Brandon: (Paraphrase) If Murandy had any significant forces, would they have needed to hire the Band?
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Q: Can we figure out who Demandred is disguised as based on evidence?
Brandon: There are clues.
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Q: Has Demandred even been doing anything important besides building an army? (guessing it's in Murandy)
BS: He's been doing lots of important things.

Q: Why do you think RJ straight up said that Taim wasn't Demandred when he could've just said RAFO and kept everyone guessing?
BS: I think he was tired of people all looking in the same place.
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Q: Who is your favorite member of the Chosen?
BS: Moridin. Followed by Demandred. Followed by Lanfear.
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We discussed Demandred, I don't remember how or why it came up, but I said that the most popular theory currently is that he's Roderan of Murandy. I didn't ask who Demandred is because I knew that would get a big fat RAFO. He said "aren't there a lot of people who think its Paitar"? I said not that I knew as, RJ said we hadn't seen Demandred's alias on-screen prior to Knife of Dreams and we had seen Paitar before. Roderan is basically the only important king of Randland or one of them that we haven't seen on screen. He didn't deny or confirm any of the above.
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Q: You said at a book tour that we'd seen Demandred lots already - is this true? Has he been 'on screen' in Towers of Midnight?
BS: I was being jokey on that one, meaning the times he's appeared as himself or been referenced as himself. I have not answered if we've seen him 'In disguise' yet. Or I didn't intend to. Might have sounded that way.
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Q: Is Logain working for Demandred?
BS: Oh, you KNEW I was going to RAFO that one. Улыбка
Q: How often does Demandred contemplate killing Moridin?
BS: Less than the other Chosen. He is focused on Rand. He contemplates Moridin, but mostly he wants Rand.
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Q: Was Demandred or his proxy in Towers of Midnight?
BS: No he was not; he will be in A Memory of Light.
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Q: Will we see Demandred in the book?
Brandon: *Big Smile* What do you mean? You saw Demandred all the time! He shows up all the time!
Q: Will we find who Demandred's alter-ego is?
Brandon: I'm gonna have to RAFO that one.
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Q: I believe I've figured out who Demandred is based solely on Lord of Chaos. Is this possible?
BS: It MIGHT be possible. I honestly can't remember where all of the clues are.
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Q: Is it possible for us readers to figure out Demandred's identity with the information we already have?
BS: And now, Theoryland is holding its breath. I think I might have actually answered on tour. I'm not sure what RJ said on the matter, but...I will say only this: There ARE clues. I think it could be figured out. Maybe. It's much, much harder than Asmodean's killer. Obviously, I must be tight-lipped. Can it be figured out: Yes. Will it make you smack your heads & say "I should have seen it!" Probably not.
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Brandon: Basically, I'm not merely talking about "Alter Ego" here when I reply to the "Figure out Demandred's Identity" question. I look at that question as a larger "What he's been up to, what he's been influencing, where he's hiding" that sort of thing.
Why make this distinction? Well, it's because of things that (likely) others have figured out already. Demandred hasn't been in-guise in the books at least up to Knife of Dreams. So energies focused on "exactly who is he" would be pointless, to an extent. If he is indeed imitating someone, you haven't seen that someone through most of the series. At least not in person. You may have seen them now, but if so, they haven't been on-screen for long.
So, what I'm saying is basically this: There are clues as to what Demandred is up to. You could figure that out. I think it would be hard, but not so hard that someone won't guess it. (And, knowing WoT fandom, someone probably has.)
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[I promise Demandred will be in A Memory of Light!]
I asked if I was right in thinking that RJ had saved the best for last, and Brandon simply said as far as the Shadow is concerned, the main player will be Demandred.
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Q: Has Demandred's alter ego been mentioned in the books but not seen?
Brandon: That is a very well thought out question... There have been too few characters introduced in the last few books for me to answer that.

Q: Are there any Forsaken around Elayne?
Brandon: So many people are trying to figure out where Demandred is, I am not sure I can answer that.
Q: No, not Demandred; we were talking Cyndane or Moghedien. For example, some postulate that Sylvase is Cyndane.
Brandon: No, Sylvase is not a Forsaken and was never intended to be.
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Sanderson didn't want to narrow down the suspects for us if Demandred really had appeared in The Gathering Storm .
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Robert Jordan Quotes

Week 12 Question:  With the Forsaken, where treachery and backstabbing were an acceptable way of getting ahead, the turnover in the upper ranks was fairly high, though Ishamael, Demandred, Lanfear, Graendal, Semirhage, and later Sammael, were always at the top end of the pyramid. They were very skilled at personal survival, politically and physically.
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Q: At recent book signing following the release of Crossroads of Twilight, it was reported that you confirmed that the Forsaken Demandred has never posed as the man known as Mazrim Taim, who was introduced to Rand at the beginning of Lord of Chaos. Have you confirmed that Demandred has never posed as the man known as Mazrim Taim, leader of the Black Tower?
Robert Jordan: Yes. Demandred has never posed as Mazrim Taim. All right, those of who fell over from the shock of a simple, straightforward answer can get up off the floor now. Sometimes, simple and straightforward can be the most devious of all, as any student of Aes Sedai will tell you.
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The theory that Demandred is using Balefire at the direction of the Dark One to loosen the weave of the Pattern is squashed by RJ (confirmed).
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Противоречие:

Well I asked Mr. Jordan about this theory, in brief, at a book signing in Santa Cruz. I did this while getting my books autographed. He said the Forsaken are using balefire to help unravel the Pattern. That was all he'd say on it, told me the books provide enough evidence for it.

Now the bad news: I attended the Robert Jordan book signing here in Charlotte, NC tonight (11/4/05). While he was signing my books, I asked him if he could credit or discredit the theory that the Dark One charged Demandred with the task of wielding balefire in an attempt to weaken the Pattern, so that the Dark One may be have a better chance of victory at Tarmon Gai'don.
He didn't quite understand my point and asked me to explain it again. When I did, alluding to the consequences of balefire, and quoting the Dark One's asking Demandred about his willingness to use balefire for the Dark One, he quickly shook his head and gave an unequivocal no.
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Q:  Demandred does not use a Third Age persona. True or false?
RJ:  RAFO.
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Q: Was Taimandred a deliberate ruse to lead your readers astray, or were you surprised (by the all of the theories connecting Taim to Demandred)?
RJ: I was surprised...but I wasn't going to disabuse you of it for a while. I like to watch you squirm.
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Q: Is Taim Demandred?
RJ: No, that is totally bogus.
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Q: Have we yet seen the alter-ego Demandred presents to the Third-Agers on-screen?
RJ: NO. (I asked twice to make sure.)
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Q: We know who almost all the Forsaken are, except maybe Mesaana and Demandred. Should we be able to work out who they are?
RJ: Ummm.. Yeah.
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Q: What events looked like they had Demandred's hand in them? I refer to the comment about proxies.
RJ: Read and find out!
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Q: Is their any particular inspiration for the Forsaken, and the other antagonists in your series, as there are for the women characters? Demandred and how he was always an inch behind Lews Therin (in the Power, in swordsmanship etc...), for example, was their a particular inspiration for that?
RJ: Well, there are -- and I won't go into details because I want to keep the mythological and legendary roots hidden -- I don't want to have people spending more time discussing the legends than the stories! The thing is there are several legends and myths based on such jealousy, on the man who is just a half a step short of another man...the woman who would have been the greatest of her age, but there was another who was just a bit better.. that sort of jealousy leads to the worst kind of hatred. When someone can easily defeat you, there's not that kind of jealousy but when he beats you in a photo finish every single time, that is when emotions begin to curdle and rancor sets in and you find yourself with this festering deep inside that can turn into murderous hatred.
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« Ответ #83 : 12 Февраля 2021, 12:20:19 »

Интервью Брэндона Сандерсона.

Краткое содержание взято отсюда:
https://vk.com/public172805986?w=wall-172805986_2862

Брэндон Сандерсон является наследником RAFO (фраза придуманная Робертом Джорданом. Read and find out - читай и узнаешь). Сандерсону не принадлежит Колесо Времени, но он утверждает, что получил корону RAFO. Харриет дала Брэндону закладку RAFO, которую сделал фанат для Джордана.

Брэндон рассказывает об удаленной двухстраничной сцене, в которой девушки плетут для Ранда свадебный венок по традиции айил. Сцена была вырезана, потому что не вписывалась в сцены с Талманесом в Кэймлине, где убивали людей.

Альтернативный финал: упоминается записка от РД (еще со времен "Пути кинжалов"), которую команда Джордана нашла. В ней Ранд использовал Чойдан Кэл, а не Калландор.

Совет Рейфу Джадкинсу (шоураннеру сериала): Мэта писать труднее, чем кажется. Помните душу книг. Если заблудитесь, возвращайтесь и перечитайте книги.

Когда его спросили о камео в сериале, он ответил, что не спрашивал и не думает, что это было бы правильно, если только они не дойдут до написанных им книг и в сериале, основанном на его собственных книгах.

Сандерсон (по состоянию на декабрь прошлого года, когда было вью) прочитал только первые 6 сценариев сериала и не видел 7 и 8.

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