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Slaver' Exile[]

Does this character get a chest too? Talos935 16:07, 11 September 2007 (CDT)


Thom Merrilin?[]

Nuh-uh, I've read those books, this is a ridiculous trivia (and near-heresy to accuse Thom of being a Child of the Light). And the presence of a "Rand" in a dungeon he was added to 3 campaigns later? Not any evidence whatsoever. Entrea SumataeEntrea Sumatae [Talk] 00:56, 16 January 2008 (UTC)

Okay, okay, I'll accept this one as being a stretch. But just because we don't notice a reference for a while doesn't mean it isn't one (see Drogo Greatmane, which, admittedly, is far less of a stretch than this one). Rand could have been a hint at it - he and Thom are friends in the books. At the risk of sounding like I'm taking it a little too far, they could have put Rand in the game to let us know "Hey, this guy was supposed to be a reference". Of course, by this point, it's far too silly to try calling something like this a reference, so I guess it doesn't deserve an addition to the Wiki, aside from the mention here on the talk page. You win. Ephidel 01:10, 3 February 2008 (UTC)
I like to think they put him in with Rand in order to say "hey guys, that IS Rand Al'Thor.' Of course, like all things in this game, it's just a matter of opinion. Besides, I think it's enjoyable to beat up the Dragon Reborn. 22:25, September 12, 2009 (UTC)

Why Him?[]

So how did this leader among the White Mantle, one of three men who witnessed Optimus Caliph of the Mursaat, and fighting for the freedom of Kryta, end up fighting on the same side as Duncan the Black? On this articles main page, it says that he was apparently enslaved by Duncan. If so, wouldn't he be seeking our help for escape, rather than attacking us? And if he was a slave, why is he commanding Stone Summit, instead of mining rock like the dredge? Mervil 19:19, 9 May 2008 (UTC)