0.07: What other resources are out there, besides the FAQ? --Revised

With so much time in between books, we need something to occupy our time, right? Fortunately, there are many, many WOT-related web sites, newsgroups, chat rooms, mailing lists, ftp sites, fanzines, MUDs, and so forth. It would be impossible to list all the places you can find WoT discussion on the internet, but here are some selected websites that you may find useful or at least interesting.

http://www.dragonmount.com/ Very large, multi-purpose WoT community site. Boasts
discussion forums, Social Groups patterned after communities found in the books (i.e
White Tower, Shayol Ghul, Seanchan, etc.), a play by post role play, and setting and character
references. It also hosts a very large gallery of WoT fan art, and Robert Jordan’s official blog,
which is still updated occasionally by his family. Dragonmount is now the home community of
this FAQ.

http://www.encyclopaedia-wot.org/ The most comprehensive reference site, full of setting
and character references for the entire series, plus the ancillary materials like the comics.

http://www.ageoflegends.net/ Website for JordanCon, the Wheel of Time convention that takes
place each spring in Atlanta.

http://wheeloftime.dragoncon.org/ Wheel of Time track at Dragon*Con, the very large popular
arts convention that takes place in Atlanta every Labor Day weekend.

http://www.theoryland.com/ Discussion forums for and archives of…you guessed it: Wheel of
Time theories and predictions.

http://www.tor.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=blog&id=13372 Comprehensive
WoT re-read done by FAQueen emeritus Leigh Butler. Probably the most popular feature on

http://www.tarvalon.net/ Wheel of Time themed service community that focuses on the White
Tower. Also hosts several large WoT themed parties worldwide each year and has a presence
at conventions. [It’s like the Klingon Assault Group, but with pretty dresses instead of bumpy
foreheads! –Jennifer Liang]

http://13depository.blogspot.com/ Fantastic blog done by former Wotmania admins. They
extensively explore the mythology and symbolism of the series, as well as produce original
maps tracing events in the series. A must for the Google Reader of any serious WoT fan.

http://www.dragonmount.com/Podcast/ The 4th Age podcast, hosted by Dragonmount.com.
WoT news, theories, and speculation.