From Tar Valon Library
Author: Estyrien al'Halien
Having only worn the shawl for thirty-five years, Salita would normally be too young to be a Sitter, yet she is part of the disturbing trend of Sitters being too young for the position. (CoT, Ch. 17)
- 965 NE: Salita is raised to the shawl (CoT, Ch. 17).
- 999 NE: Salita travels to Salidar after the Tower splits and becomes a Sitter for the Yellow Ajah (CoT, Ch. 17).
- 999 NE: Salita and the rest of the Hall-in-Exile meet with Tarna Feir, the emissary from the White Tower (LoC, Ch. 8).
- 1000NE: After reunification, Escaralde steps down from her position as a Sitter (ToM, Ch. 27).
Salita usually supports Egwene in the Hall, though not about asking Aes Sedai to make cuendillar for sale (CoT, Ch. 17).
- Salita suggested that the Salidar Aes Sedai should levy a tax on the villages and towns that they passed through in order to raise money. (TPoD, Ch. 16)
- Salita does not have the strength in Earth to be able to make cuendillar (CoT, Ch. 17).
- Salita thinks that the Salidar Aes Sedai should have kept an age limit on the women who enrolled as novices (CoT, Ch. 17).
- Salita was appalled to find out that Egwene had licensed negotiations with the White Tower Aes Sedai (CoT, Ch. 19).
- Magla insisted that Salita should be given a chair in Salidar. Romanda thought otherwise but Magla's suggestion carried more weight because Romanda was not a Sitter at the time. (KoD, Ch. 23)
"Salita was part of a disturbing pattern: too many Sitters who were too young for the position. Salita had only been Aes Sedai for thirty-five years, and rarely was a woman given a chair before wearing the shawl for a hundred or more." Egwene (Crossroads of Twilight, Chapter 17).
"She was one of those Yellows who seemed to think the other Ajahs were only adjuncts to her own, which of course had the only truly useful purpose among them." Egwene (Crossroads of Twilight, Chapter 17).
"Romanda sat frowning up at Salita, who was staring straight ahead, her face grey and her lips trembling. The Tairen sister might not be able to hide her fear, but she was going ahead." Egwene about Salita standing in support of an alliance with the Black Tower (Crossroads of Twilight, Chapter 19).