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EWoT: Harine din Togara Two Winds


Harine din Togara Two Winds is Wavemistress of the Sea Folk Clan Shodein. Her sister, Shalon din Togara Morning Tide is her Windfinder. She is a member of the First Twelve of the Atha'an Miere.

Appearance

Harine is a handsome woman in her middle years. She is full mouthed with white streaks in her dark hair. She has five rings in each ear and sports a nose chain with gold medallions.

Activities

Request to meet with the Coramoor

Harine was sent by the Sea Folk to Rand al'Thor in order to strike a bargain with the Coramoor in accordance with the Jendai Prophecies.

She visits Cadsuane Melaidhrin in Cairhien and demands to have her sister returned after Shalon goes missing.[1] Cadsuane sends her back to her apartments empty handed. When Cadsuane left Cairhien to look for al'Thor in Far Madding she accompanied her along with Shalon. She was present at Shadar Logoth when Rand cleansed saidin.

When it is found out the Nesta din Reas Two Moons died, Harine is summoned with the rest of the First Twelve. Verin Mathwin Travels with her and drops her off in Tear. Harine is then punished, as Min had viewed, for her bargain with Rand.

After Harine's punishment, Zaida din Parede Blackwing is named Mistress of the Ships and summons the rest of the First Twelve again. Logain Ablar is part of this meeting as Rand's representative and asks Harine to become the Seafolk's ambassador to Rand again. Harine is horrified by the notion. At the end of the meeting Cemeille din Selaan Long Eyes enters with the news of the Amayar mass suicide.

The Sea Folks Ambassador

She is sent to Arad Doman and picked up by Rand there. She informs Rand of the Sea Folk ships on their way to Arad Doman full of grain. She answers Rands question about Sea Folk male channelers who effectively commit suicide when they begin to channel. He asks the Sea Folk to stop this practice due to saidin being clean. She is allowed to ask Rand any question but wishes to ask it later.

Viewing

In one of Min's viewings, Min saw that her deal would be found defecient by the First Twelve and the Mistress of the ships, that she would be punished severely but one day she would be named Mistress of the Ships herself. So far Harine has been punished for the bargain but has not yet been named Mistress of the Ships.

Because the actual Mistress of the Ships, Zaida, was in the very dangerous area of Shayol Gul during the Last Battle, where most of the Sea Folk Windfinders died, it can be guessed that also Zaida died there or in a short time after the battle, leaving her place to Harine and so fulfilling Min's prophecy.


Notes

  1. Winter's Heart, Chapter 13
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