The Serpent, Spear, and Wheel of Time
A Compendium of Weaponry and Military Costuming
of Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time
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Rand al'Thor
Tam's heron-mark sword
Laman's sword
the Dragon Banner
the Dragon Scepter
the Crown of Swords
Legion of the Dragon
Perrin
Perrin's axe
Perrin's hammer
Two Rivers bow
Mat Cauthon
Mat Cauthon
the Shadar Logoth dagger
the Horn of Valere
the Band of the Red Hand
The Two Rivers
Two Rivers bow
Andor
Queen's guards of Andor
Elayne's Bodyguard

The Aiel
Whitecloaks
Borderlanders
al'Lan Mandragoran
Shienaran lances
Saldaean light cavalry
the Arafellin
Kandori
Cairhienin
Illian
Illian
the Crown of Swords
The White Tower
al'Lan Mandragoran
Gaidin
Armsmen of Tar Valon
The Black Tower
Asha'man
The Seanchan
Seanchan
Deathwatch Guards
sul'dam and damane

The Other Nations
Defenders of the Stone
Tarabon
Altara
Mayener Winged Guards
Arad Doman
Amadician pikes
Ghealdanin
Far Madding Guards
Shadowspawn
Trollocs
Myrddraal
Other Weapons
Callandor
Loial's axe
Birgitte and her bow
Aram's sword
Sword of Kirukan
throwing daggers
staves
swordbreakers
the Ebou Dari marriage knife
Aludra's Dragons, &tc.
Other
measurements in the WoT
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** Grateful Acknowledgements **



My thanks to the following, for suggestions, contributions, and corrections to these pages:
    Dranyel * Jak Fetch * Scott Hambleton * Nick Heim * Keith Holven * Phil Johnston * Otto Manneberg * Robert Mee * pÖE * Thomas Sotis * Helena Zeegers

    Special Thanks to p+E for contributing his renditions of Laman's sword, of Loial with axe - just two examples of his exquisite Wheel of Time art. Regrettably, as with many other fine sites, his gallery has disappeared from the Net. Special Thanks to Helena Zeegers for permission to use her image of a hiding Aiel, drawn from her large Helena Zeegers Wheel of Time Art Gallery.

    Special Thanks Also to P. Nielsen Hayden and Tor Books, for use of the WoT chapter icons, and to Pam Korda, for her ongoing, arduous work in maintaining the huge The Wheel of Time Index.

    Finally, I am indebted to Leonid Tarassuk and Claude Blair, for their 1982 work, The Complete Encyclopedia of Arms & Weapons - said to be the most comprehensive reference ever published on arms and armor, a claim I have no reason to doubt.


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