It is both of those worlds and apart from them, and is occasionally entered for a few seconds at a time by ordinary people dreaming, although there is great risk to those who do so as imagination becomes reality in the Unseen World and what happens there happens in the normal world as well. Since training ter'angreal for the World of Dreams exist, it is likely that they were used or studied in some way in the Age of Legends. Seeing as most of the Forsaken can enter Tel'aran'rhiod it can be assumed that it was more or less common during the Age of Legends. The last known dreamer in the White Tower was named Corianin Nedeal ; she died many years ago. Egwene al'Vere is the only natural "dreamer", called dreamwalkers, out of the Aes Sedai. Aiel Wise Ones also make use of Tel'aran'rhiod frequently, and the gift of Dreaming, or Dreamwalking, seems to be more common among them.
EWoT : Perrin Aybara. He is a strong ta'veren , a wolfbrother , and has exceptional skills in manipulating Tel'aran'rhiod. He is also husband to the Lady Faile ni Bashere t'Aybara , first in succession to the vacant throne of Saldaea. He is stocky, strong, with thick, curly brown hair, and his eyes were a deep, dark brown but have changed and become bright yellow, even golden. This earns him the nickname "Goldeneyes". They glow in the dark, catch the light and often give Perrin a wolfish appearance as well as letting him see much further distances than a normal human being.
Mah'alleinir is the war hammer of Perrin Aybara. It is a Power-wrought weapon and its name means "He who soars" in the Old Tongue. It is named after Hopper who died the final death in Tel'aran'rhiod shortly before its creation. It measures about four feet long, has a large brick shaped head, a long metal handle, and the imprint of a leaping wolf on the side of its head. It is described as resembling an outsized blacksmith's hammer more than it does a "traditional" warhammer, with a wedge-shaped back in place of the typical armor-piercing spike common on typical warhammer designs. It is the first Power-wrought weapon to be made since the Trolloc Wars , and was made with the help of both saidin from Asha'man Fager Neald and saidar a circle of Wise Ones.
This article serves as an index of major characters in the fictional setting of Robert Jordan 's The Wheel of Time series, with a description of their main roles or feats in the series.
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While it is not widely known, wolves are sentient creatures who can communicate through telepathy and form close social bonds with their pack, and occasionally with wolfbrothers , humans who share the gift for communicating with them. When wolves and wolfbrothers communicate they don't talk so much as send sensations and images., Wolfbrothers are people who can communicate with wolves. This communicating happens mind to mind.
A wolfbrother is a person who develops a relationship with wolves and some wolf-like characteristics. They can communicate telepathically with nearby wolves and will gradually develop golden eyes with very keen sight and hearing as well as an extraordinary sense of smell, able to discern other humans' and animals' emotions with considerable accuracy. They can also enter Tel'aran'rhiod or as they often call it the "wolf dream. This is shown in how Perrin Aybara is able to destroy balefire with the palm of his hand, dismissing it as "just a weave. To date all wolfbrothers have been male.
A darkhound is a "species" of Shadowspawn. Darkhounds look like very large dogs or wolves and are about the size of a small horse, weighing from - pounds. They are used by the Shadow to hunt down targets. Their saliva and blood are both poisonous and corrosive, causing bruising and burns. If even a tiny amount of either touches the skin, the victim will die "slowly and in great pain A bite from a Darkhound is almost invariably lethal.
Originally planned as a six-book series, The Wheel of Time spanned fourteen volumes, in addition to a prequel novel and two companion books. Jordan began writing the first volume, The Eye of the World , in , and it was published in January Jordan died in while working on what was planned to be the twelfth and final volume in the series. He prepared extensive notes so another author could complete the book according to his wishes. Fellow fantasy author and long-time Wheel of Time fan Brandon Sanderson was brought in to complete the final book, but during the writing process, it was decided that the book would be far too large to be published in one volume and would instead be published as three volumes:  The Gathering Storm , Towers of Midnight , and A Memory of Light