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Your search for the tag 'herid fel' yielded 4 results

  • 1

    Interview: Apr 5th, 1996

    Robert Jordan

    Fel was killed because somebody thought he might reveal too much.


    Dom from Wotmania, etc. believes that Sammael (who is known to have controlled the gholam, which is known to have killed Fel from the Lord of Chaos epilogue) had Fel killed because he did not believe Asmodean was dead, and thought Fel was Asmodean in disguise.


  • 2

    Interview: Nov 2nd, 2010

    Matt Hatch

    How did the Forsaken in charge of the gholam learn of Herid Fel?

    Brandon Sanderson

    RAFO. (Smile)


  • 3

    Interview: Apr 20th, 2013


    Who had Herid Fel killed?

    Maria Simons

    That was A Crown of Swords right?


    It was in the epilogue of Lord of Chaos. They found out about it in A Crown of Swords. And it was the gholam. So it had to be—

    Maria Simons

    Sammael, yeah. That was Sammael.


    Do you know the reason?

    Maria Simons

    Because he somehow learned that Fel was helping Rand and didn't want the information...?


    A friend of mine has a theory; he believed that Herid Fel was Asmodean in disguise, because he didn't believe Asmodean was dead.

    Maria Simons

    That's a good theory! I like that theory.


    I like it too! Because it would explain a lot... (including why a gholam was sent to kill a non-channeler)

    Maria Simons