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  • To the Seanchan, sul'dam and damane counted as one when connected by the segmented metal leash.

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  • The two former sul'dam shadowed the sisters whenever they left the wagon they all shared.

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  • For that matter, Kara herself was not trusted alone with any of the sul'dam. nor was Lemore, a young Taraboner noble collared when Tanchico fell.

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  • That was never an easy task'relatively few sul'dam turned to the Great Lord, oddly-and she no longer really trusted any sul'dam, but perhaps Atha-an Shadar could be trusted more than the rest.

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  • It would be a twelve-day wonder when the sul'dam discovered she was shielded in some way so she could not channel, yet that would help answer the question of why she had not been leashed before.

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  • "Good Norie," the sul'dam murmured, patting the damane.

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  • Everything he had heard said damane were prisoners, yet she appeared as eager as the other woman, the sul'dam.

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  • And two of her own sul'dam had disappeared at almost the same time.

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  • The sul'dam was keeping her eyes on Tylee. awaiting orders, but at the same time she was idly stroking the other woman's hair the way you might stroke a cat to soothe it.

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  • Elbar would need to find some Atha-an Shadar among the sul'dam, though.

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