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She would have had much more control and greater insight into what he would do next thus allowing her to predict his next move and prevent him from accidently ruining her plans. Cadsuane had not thought anything could frighten Verin that far." She went with her to the Two Rivers for a number of reasons I imagine: because the Dark One or Mesaana told her to, because she'd heard of the Whitecloaks there and knew one of the three boys would appear to help out, because Siuan told her to go to follow up on Moiraine finding so much One Power potential there (this last one, BTW, being the actual reason given in the text--and just because Verin could lie doesn't mean she always did, or else she'd have given herself away). Alanna, Ihvon, Owein and the rest of the Amyrlin's party arrive at Tar Valon. And while we know she wishes him to live to the Last Battle, she has been assisting him in numerous ways, and even her tenure as a Black Ajah was partially meant to help her learn the Shadow's plans and strategies against him so as to counter them, her reaction to Alanna's collapse and the assumed danger to Rand is still excessive, particularly compared to what we've seen from everyone's favorite Brown in the past. I am minded of a fireside tale when I was a girl, about a woman who put saddle and bridle on a lion. Why, when Alanna met Rand in Far Madding and demanded to know about the bonding (since she made it clear that was the reason for her collapse), did she not say something like "The others thought you had died!". The way hers works isn't like Graendal or Moghedian where they just slam a person with a weave and they are Thus, had Verin bonded Rand, or Perrin or Mat for that matter, any high ranking BA member or any Forsaken could have given Verin any order whatsoever and she would have had to follow it. Considering the timing of events, I think it is safe to say the Green's incapacitation is due to Elayne, Min, and Aviendha bonding Rand. But, Verin's thoughts afterward about the incident really make me call into question that she directly compelled Alanna to bond Rand. "Yes but the real question is why didn't she bond him herself??". This was alluded to early on, but let me state it explicitly: One of the vows of the Dark Trinity is to obey anyone higher up the chain of command of Darkfriends. I think this happened with the people Graendal used a proxy to compel who killed when the palace was balefired. Use the form below to make a suggestion! Any more evidence? Basically, there are too many unknowns and variables to completely discount the fact she could have either found out where Rand was going to be, or set up the Compulsion in advance. Also of note is that this plot point is never pursued later in the novel. In Winter's Heart, Chapter 13: Wonderful News, following a very amusing exchange regarding the pillow-friends Lady Ailil and Windfinder Shalon, Jahar Narishma arrives at Cadusane's room in the Sun Palace with the announcement that Alanna has collapsed. The reason Verin looked terrified when Alanna passed out in WH is because she thought something bad had happened to Rand. (Don't forget, Verin isn't a darkfriend, she's a mole in the Black Ajah, she still wants the Light to win the last battle). Alanna, Anaiya, Brendas, Leane, Serafelle, Sheriam, Siuan, Verin and two other Aes Sedai Heal Mat. Larras is a red herring if there ever was one ~ at this point Mat is on his own when it comes to finding the Horn, however he has Aes Sedai in the Tower that will help him should he require their help. She will not retrieve the Horn, rather she will be an agent-in-waiting for when Mat comes to retrieve it, aiding him in whatever way she can. She did say it was about ALL of the Shadow's dealings and agents, not just the Black Ajah, and I would think someone who was mentioned prominently in the Dark Prophecy (which she was there to interpret! Obviously, that Verin might have put Alanna up to the bonding, or at least that she had no objections to it (morally or otherwise) after Alanna came up with the plan herself. But I'm just not seeing it this way at all. But for all we know, there could have been some sort of implanted command in Alanna's mind thanks to the Compulsion, one which was triggered by a special keyword or phrase written in the letter. The only Blacks we know for sure were in the Palace to feel the bonding happen was Careane, and not only would it have been hard for her to sense that particular weave, let alone whom it involved, amongst all the channeling going on, but she later died and may not have gotten to pass anything on to him. The next time we see Alanna, she has recovered, and during the POV scenes we have from Cadsuane and Verin in Far Madding and at the Cleansing, we never see either woman think about Alanna's condition or its cause, let alone Verin's odd behavior. I really don't think Verin had anything to do with it. The glow of saidar surrounded the Yellow, and the weave of Healing settled on Alanna, but the slim Green did not even twitch." So the obvious answer here is, Verin didn't warn Rand, or put Alanna's name in her book, because she isn't Black. Well. "Why?" 2012-04-30: I had the great pleasure of speaking with Harriet McDougal Rigney about her life. Well, I already addressed the fact that it seems odd, if Alanna was so upset about losing Owein (that is very likely why she kept disappearing, to go grieve), and wanted Perrin as a Warder so badly, she didn't just go ahead and bond him anyway, whatever Faile or Verin said to the contrary, the instant she met him again. Other Planned Books What Greens thought of the Reds having none was better left unsaid. Very likely it had been frustration over that, plus the frayed state of her nerves, that had led to what she did with Rand. But who? being an older Aes Sedai and the things she's seen and done covers her reaction to the bonding for me just fine. Then, taking us back to our starting point, we have the scene where Corele examines Alanna: "Alanna was lying on the bed, her eyes closed, with her Warder, Ihvon, kneeling beside it chafing her wrists. Like most Greens, she was somewhat amused by other Ajahs' insistence that each sister have only one warder. Secondly, and more importantly, several people here are assuming that Verin could have Compelled Alanna to go fetch the Horn of Valere/be an aide to Mat, with commands implanted that only took effect when she sent that letter. In the Third Age, an Age of Prophecy, the World and Time themselves hang in the balance. True, Verin started in PoD with the captured Aes Sedai who had no Warders, but this may have been for conveniences sake, or because she wanted to get them out of the way first to build up her confidence and make sure shed be ready for the longer, and more delicate, procedure of Compelling an Aes Sedai with a Warder when the Wise Ones could walk in at any moment. Even if the meeting at Culain's Hound truly was by chance, all Verin would have had to do was Compel Alanna some time while they were in the Two Rivers, then wait until the Pattern or Rand's ta'veren effect caused their paths to cross and boom, the conditions of the Compulsion are filled and she bonds him. Clearly you didn't fully read my theory. Hi all, this is my first post here and first post on a WOT forum, though I've read the books a bunch of times over the years. Considering how key that is in locating Rand and helping to surround him with powerful Aes Sedai, that would be a disaster. "What?" There's nothing suggesting she couldn't have been made to believe this prior to that scene. If Alanna's name had been in Verin's book, Egwene certainly would have mentioned it, if for no other reason than to say "Aha, we were right about her!". So that is my theory as to why Verin was so frightened--because she had compelled Alanna into bonding Rand, and was afraid of the chance one of the sisters Healing her might discover this through her Delving, leading to her stilling and the unraveling of her plans. After Rand breaks free of their control and departs for the Palace, and the Two Rivers girls have been sent to their rooms, Verin quite calmly and unhurriedly proceeds to discuss the rebels and Alanna's eyes-and-ears agent before she finally gets around to asking about the reason for the bonding. So what, precisely, was she attempting to learn? And hence couldn't betray them if she's captured en route?
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