By Robert Jordan
The Wheel of Time turns, and a while come and go. What was once, what's going to be, and what's, could but fall lower than the Shadow. Let the Dragon journey back at the winds of time.
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She was the Amyrlin Seat! Not first among equals; the Amyrlin Seat! Opening the largest of the lacquered boxes revealed carved ivory miniatures laid out on gray velvet. Often just handling her collection soothed her, but more, like the knitting she enjoyed, it let whoever was attending her know their place, if she seemed to give more attention to the miniatures than to what they had to say. Fingering first an exquisite cat, sleek and flowing, then an elaborately robed woman with a peculiar little animal, some fantasy of the carver, almost like a man covered in hair, crouched on her shoulder, at length Elaida chose out a curving fish, so delicately carved that it seemed nearly real despite the aged yellow of the ivory.
Elaida shook her head in wry amusement. She could quote every word of the law setting out how a woman was chosen Amyrlin--she had made good use of it herself, after all--and never once did it require that the woman be a full sister. Obviously she must be, so those who framed the law never stated it, and the rebels had squirmed through that crack. "They know their cause is hopeless, Alviarin. " Which was a pity. The al'Vere girl was another possible handle on al'Thor, and when she reached her full strength in the One Power, she would have been one of the strongest in a thousand years or more.
She also waited, and more impatiently than she let on, but not to the exclusion of everything else. That was one reason why she commanded and the rest followed. The second was that she saw what could be if you refused to let outworn custom and stale tradition tie your hands. A slight flicker of her green eyes to the left showed twelve men and one woman, each with round bull-hide buckler and three or four short spears, garbed in gray-and-brown cadin'sor that blended as well with the terrain here as in the Three-fold Land.
A Crown of Swords (The Wheel of Time, Book 7) by Robert Jordan