TarValon.Net Library Resources: Citizens

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Author: Atarah al'Norahn
Published: December 23 2019 Tar Valon Times Blog Link

This December, our social media accounts have been featuring TarValon.Net’s Citizens. If you’d like to know more about what it means to be a Citizen of TarValon.Net and how to become one, check out some of the resources below! And of course, if you want to know more about various cities and citizens in The Wheel of Time, our Library has you covered.

Citizens at TarValon.Net

TarValon.Net’s Membership Manual contains tons of valuable information and is a great first stop if you’re looking for information on how to become a Citizen.

Check out the Citizen Merits page and the Citizen Contributors and Attendees page to see some of the ways in which various Citizens have been involved at TarValon.Net. If you’re looking to become involved on the site, then this edition of Citizens’ Corner, written by former Mayor Zandera Sommers, will give you some ideas!

Cities and Citizens in The Wheel of Time

If you’re looking for information on various cities in The Wheel of Time, TarValon.Net’s Library has articles on every city, town, and village in the series—from the city states of Far Madding , Mayene , and Tar Valon , to capital cities such as Caemlyn and Chachin, to tiny villages like So Tehar and Abila. Check out this comprehensive of Cities, Towns, and Villages for more.

TarValon.Net’s Library also contains a series of handy character lists that divide characters by nationality—so if you’re looking to learn more about citizens of a particular Randland nation, you can find links to each list here.