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Homeschool has written 2 theories.

The Last* Battle (* maybe)

112 replies (last reply 2012-12-01 - DarkHound)

For this, we'll begin with some basic points which are known to be true, and stretch beyond into some murky waters. There are patterns that are odd, which suggest that things are not as they seem, and that the Last Battle may not truly be the end.

Point: Ishamael and Lews Therin have been the champions through numerous turnings of the wheel.

Point: Ishamael changes his approach - sometimes keeping Lews Therin alive, sometimes trying to kill.

Point: The Dark One breaks free and is resealed with each turning of the wheel.

Point: During the failure of the Portal Stone, Rand witnesses many possible ways his life could have gone.

Point: Ishamael is an expert at playi...

The True Nature of the Battle

50 replies (last reply 2011-05-28 - Kamaul)

Note: There is one small Towers of Midnight spoiler in this theory regarding the content of the first chapter that was released by TOR weeks ago. If you do not want to know, do not read this theory.

There are many theories and suppositions regarding the Last Battle, including those by characters in the books. It is stated by Ishamael that they misunderstand the nature of the conflict, and I believe that the same goes for most of us. Robert Jordan did not simply invent this world, he believed in it, and I expect that in the end, he will reveal his beliefs regarding the flaws in humanity and the world, and share his most precious belief - what he offers the world as what-could-be.

From the begin...