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== General ==
 
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[[Faile]] mentions Jestian as an example of an [[Aes Sedai]] who would do anything [[the White Tower]] told her to.
  
Faile mentions Jestian as an example of an Aes Sedai who would do anything the White Tower told her to (COS: 6).  
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(Reference: [[A Crown of Swords: Chapter 6|A Crown of Swords, Chapter 6]]).  
 
 
 
 
  
  
 
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""Is there anything an Aes Sedai would not do, or put up with, if the White Tower told her to? I have studied my history and I was taught to read between the lines. [[Mashera Donavelle]] bore seven children for a man she loathed, whatever the stories say, and [[Isebaille Tobanyi]] delivered the brothers she loved to their enemies and throne of [[Arad Doman]] with them, and Jestian Redhill..." She shivered again, not so slightly." ~Faile to [[Perrin]] ([[A Crown of Swords: Chapter 6|A Crown of Swords, Chapter 6]]).
""Is there anything an Aes Sedai would not do, or put up with, if the White Tower told her to? I have studied my history and I was taught to read between the lines. Mashera Donavelle bore seven children for a man she loathed, whatever the stories say, and Isebaille Tobanyi delivered the brothers she loved to their enemies and throne of Arad Doman with them, and Jestian Redhill..." She shivered again, not so slightly." ~Faile to Perrin (COS: 6).
 
  
 
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Revision as of 08:56, 24 October 2006

Author: Leora Oldessroth

General

Faile mentions Jestian as an example of an Aes Sedai who would do anything the White Tower told her to.

(Reference: A Crown of Swords, Chapter 6).


Quotes

""Is there anything an Aes Sedai would not do, or put up with, if the White Tower told her to? I have studied my history and I was taught to read between the lines. Mashera Donavelle bore seven children for a man she loathed, whatever the stories say, and Isebaille Tobanyi delivered the brothers she loved to their enemies and throne of Arad Doman with them, and Jestian Redhill..." She shivered again, not so slightly." ~Faile to Perrin (A Crown of Swords, Chapter 6).