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Re: I'd guess trade routes Tor Send a noteboard - 23/03/2013 07:32:05 AM

View original postI doubt the White Tower makes very much from its Aes Sedai. Channelers are a minority, and nobles are a minority, so the number of noble channelers must be quite miniscule.

Actually, I would guess nobles would be overrepresented among Aes Sedai, since a noble would be more likely to meet an Aes Sedai and less afraid to ask to be tested than ordinary people.

Fram kamerater!
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