Which Ajah does Egwene choose?
Egwene is the Amyrlin Seat. She was raised from Accepted because nowhere in the Tower Law does it say that the Amyrlin Seat must be Aes Sedai. Although she never got to choose an Ajah, she wanted to choose the Green Ajah (TDR, Ch. 23).
Before leaving, Egwene admits that she cannot marry Rand. Rand claims that he understands, no woman would want to marry the Dragon Reborn. Egwene clarifies her statement, shouting that she does not love him romantically, only as a brother.
Gawyn and Egwene are married in a simple ceremony orchestrated by Silviana Brehon. Gawyn is with Egwene when Egeanin Tamarath swears an oath to serve Egwene. He is with Egwene when she demands that Bryne actively include the Aes Sedai in his war-plans.
Perrin married his childhood sweetheart, Laila Dearn, proposing to her on the same day that Rand got together with Egwene. After they were wed, the couple took over as the blacksmiths for the Two Rivers.
Egwene tells Lan that Nynaeve is Aes Sedai now, and explains the danger she is facing in Ebou Dar before telling Lan that she is sending him to Nynaeve to act as her Warder. Lan immediately orders Areina to saddle Mandarb, then apologizes for ever helping Egwene and Nynaeve leave the Two Rivers.
Egwene is stripped and changed into a white shift, and accused of being an Aes Sedai and Perrin of being her Warder.
Throughout the series, Rand falls in love with three different woman, Min Farshaw, Elayne Trakand, and Aviendha of the Nine Valleys sept of the Taardad Aiel, who eventually bond him; he is also unwillingly bonded to Alanna Mosvani.
So far, we've been privileged to Moiraine's bond with her Warder, her brilliance as a tactician, and her savvy political maneuverings against fellow Aes Sedai. Revealing her romance with Siuan Sanche made Moiraine a three dimensional figure.
Aviendha is a Wise One of the Nine Valleys sept of the Taardad Aiel. She is the third woman to claim Rand's love, and the first of Rand's three lovers to sleep with him. She is drawn to Rand immediately but holds back because of her closeness to Elayne, for whom Rand had already declared his love.
I think that Ros and I were excited about these characters from the very beginning because they were showcasing a new way to show love on screen. And Lan and Moiraine love each other. They do.
Did Egwene heal Nynaeve?
She lets him infer that Rand is dead, and then admits that the Dark One took her ability to touch the Source. Egwene, weeping over Nynaeve, manages to channel and Heal Nynaeve.
Known Aes Sedai killed by the Black during the Vileness
Fortunately the Black never learned that Siuan and Moiraine were aware of the Dragon's rebirth. The Black Ajah directly or indirectly killed thirty to fifty senior Aes Sedai who might have known that the Dragon had been reborn.
gɔˌɹɑn/) born in 974 NE, she is one of the main female protagonists of the series. Formerly the Wisdom of Emond's Field, she is now an Aes Sedai of the Yellow Ajah and, by virtue of her marriage to Lan Mandragoran, is the Queen of Malkier. Nynaeve is one of the most powerful female channelers currently alive.
Nynaeve joined the Yellow Ajah and learned as much as she could of Healing with the One Power, which turned out to be not much more than she already knew and considerably less effective than her own methods.
She has no Talent with Healing, though her Healing weaves seem to favorably impress the Head of the Yellow Ajah. Egwene is a very fast and dexterous channeler, she can split her flow fourteen ways, a feat declared unmatched by any other Aes Sedai, though some stronger than her (eg.
Egwene al'Vere, while she is the Amyrlin Seat and technically of no Ajah, considers herself to be Green Ajah, which would add one more to the Andoran count. Interestingly, the Green Ajah has the only known instances of Aes Sedai from Malkier or the Tuatha'an.
Quest for the Dragon
Nineteen years of searching later, Moiraine was an Aes Sedai of the Blue Ajah; traveling in the Borderlands, she had picked up a Warder, al'Lan Mandragoran, last king of Malkier.