Sad news for WOTmania Members (I’m one)

28 Jan

This is really sad. WOTmania will be closing down at some point in the coming months. For those who don’t know, WOTmania is one of the many (and one of the best) sites dedicated to Robert Jordan’s epic Wheel of Time series. I discovered WOTmania way back in 1998 and became a member – I met many, many wonderful people there, chatted late into the early morning hours on many occasions, and it was the first time I ever felt a part of a community of like-minded people; it was just a plus that we all loved the Wheel of Time.

So, tell all Wheel of Time fans you know about this, because they’ll probably be a member of WOTmania.

Here are links to the announcement at WOTmania and an announcement at Dragonmount.

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Posted by on January 28, 2009 in Announcements


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