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The Red Ajah

As it became common knowledge that Saidin was now safe for men to use, the Red Ajah was faced with a dilemma.  While they also fought the Shadow and hunted their number, their mission that had more renown was hunting and gentling men who could channel.  They understood why the White Tower as a whole would want to contact the Black Tower now.  Sisters were bonding Asha'man, no matter their Ajah.

The Reds now decided it would be they who took the most direct action with this new development.  The Red Ajah now presented themselves as ambassadors to the Asha'man.  They maintained close contact with them and worked on establishing close relationships with them.  They learned the differences in their channeling, they learned to link with them, and they made an effort to form alliances, like the one that held back the Seanchan armies.

Now, three hundred years after the cleansing, tensions are less between the Red Ajah and the Black Tower, but there are still Asha'man old enough to remember the days when the Aes Sedai would hunt their number.
Abby Soulane - Accepted
Torianin Soulane - Aes Sedai of the Green Ajah
Jhanic of the Serai Tomanelle - Algai d'siswai and Asha'man
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