Kerene Nagashi (TV Series)

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A close up of Clare Perkins playing Kerene Sedai in The Wheel of Time
Kerene Nagashi
Nationality Kandor
Affiliation Aes Sedai
Ajah Green
Social Status
Family
First Appearance Episode 4
Actor Clare Perkins


WARNING! The next sections contain spoilers for the Wheel of Time television series.


General

Kerene Nagashi is an Aes Sedai of the Green Ajah. She is from Kandor. Her Warder is Stepin.

Kerene strongly believes in following the laws of the White Tower. She does not believe Liandrin or the Red Ajah will go against the Amyrlin Seat's orders by gentling a man without a trial.

Kerene is strong in the One Power, one of the few who could shield and keep the shield on Logain.

Appearance

Kerene has shoulder length curly black hair and dark skin. She is of a stocky build and average height. She usually dresses in her Ajah colors - green.

Timeline

Season 1

Kerene is one of the eight Aes Sedai who were sent to capture the false Dragon Logain.

Kerene heals Moiraine after their groups meets her and Lan and Nynaeve.

Kerene is tired from keeping Logain shielded and Stepin is worried about her. She promises him that she will rest.

Kerene reminds Liandrin several times of the laws of the White Tower. After losing her concentration for a second, because her wards around the Aes Sedai camp go off, Logain breaks from hers and Liandrin's shield and she gets flung back into the cave's walls and gets injured. She gets up and in return flung Logain back, which lets her, Moiraine, and Liandrin try to shield him again. Logain counter attacks and by protecting the others, Kerene leaves herself open for Logain's weave and is killed.

Quotes by Kerene

"The White Tower and the women within it have stood for 3000 years, not because we do what is expedient, but because we do what is right."