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She has been a nurse to Morgase and Elayne.
She looks frail, but her back is straight, her voice is clear and steady and her dark eyes are sharp. She has a narrow face with parchment thin skin and wears her white hair in a bun. (TFoH,Ch19) She is reed-thin and wears her gray hair in a bun. (LoC,Prologue) She has white hair and is so scrawny she seems to be nothing but skin and sinew. (TPoD,Ch7)
- Hearing of the revolt of the Two Rivers, Morgase regains enough self-control to flee the palace with Lini and Tallanvor. They join Basel Gill, Lamgwin and Breane and flee Caemlyn. (TFoH,Ch19)
- At Kore Springs, Morgase and her party find that Gareth Bryne is gone so they continue west. (TFoH,Ch56)
- Morgase and the others travel across Altara and approach Amadicia. (TFoH,Ch56)
- Morgase, Lini, Tallanvor, Basel Gill, Lamgwin and Breane are "guests" of King Ailron in the Seranda Palace. (LoC,Prologue)
- Morgase, Lini, Tallanvor, Basel Gill, Lamgwin and Breane are planning their escape when Einor Saren comes for Morgase. (LoC,Ch31)
- Lini, Morgase and the rest of their party escape Amador and the Seanchan with the aid of Sebban Balwer and head east. (ACoS,Ch26)
- Perrin and his party rescue Morgase, Breane, Lini, Gill, Lamgwin, Tallanvor and Balwer from a bunch of Dragonsworn. (TPoD,Ch7)
- Lini tells Perrin he should marry Maighdin and Tallanvor. Faile offers to make Maighdin and her party personal servants and Maighdin accepts on their behalf. (TPoD,Ch8)
- Lini, Breane and Maighdin serve refreshments and tidy up when Alliandre meets with Perrin, Faile, Berelain and Annoura. (TPoD,Ch10)
- After Perrin learns of Faile's kidnapping, Lini comforts him telling him that he must take care of himself. (WH,Ch2)
- When Berelain finds Perrin and Tallanvor nearly frozen, Lini takes Tallanvor back to his tent. (WH,Ch5)
- Lini snaps at Perrin in anger after she hears the rumors about Berelain and him. (WH,Ch6)
- Breane, Lamgwin, Basel Gill and Lini stay with the Two Rivers contingent in Perrin's camp. (CoT,Ch5)
- As dusk approaches Lini lights lamps in Perrin's tent. (KoD,Prologue)
- In Perrin's camp Breane and Lini serve wine while Tylee reports the recent news. (KoD,Ch26)
- Perrin sends Basel Gill, Lini, Lamgwin and Breane north with all the servants and provisions. They are to find the Jehannah Road. Drop off Alliandre's people in Jehannah, then head east. (KoD,Ch29)
- Gill and his companions reach the Jehannah Road. Travelers report that the way north is impassable so they head east. (ToM,Ch2)
- The Whitecloak army captures Gill and his companions and learn that they were with Perrin. (ToM,Ch4)
- Galad releases the prisoners when Perrin arrives for his trial. (ToM,Ch34)
- After the trial, Morgase goes to find Gill, Lini and the others. (ToM,Ch35)
- Basel Gill, Lini, Lamgwin and Breane are all in Whitebridge with Perrin�s army. Morgase and Tallanvor talk with encouragement from Lini. He properly asks for her hand and she agrees. Perrin performs the ceremony. (ToM,Ch44)
- TEotW,Ch40 - Gawyn mentions her.
- TGH,Ch40 - Elayne thinks Nynaeve sounds like Lini when she tells Elayne to buck up and stop whining.
- TSR,Ch46 - Elayne thinks Amys lectures her like Lini used to.
- TFoH,Ch9 - Elayne recalls one of Lini's sayings.
- TFoH,Ch25 - Elayne says Bair is as bad as Lini. Egwene tells her that Sorilea is even worse.
- ACoS,Ch22 - Elayne is confused by Mat's behavior. All she knows of men is Rand and what Lini and Morgase taught her.
- CoT,Ch5 � Her full name is Lini Eltring.
- KoD,Ch13 � Elayne regrets that the siege of Caemlyn has not given her time to properly mourn Morgase and Lini.
- ToM,Ch28 � After the revelation about Morgase, Faile angrily wonders if Gill and Lini will turn out to be nobles as well.
- ToM,Ch45 - Elayne has a reunion with Galad and Morgase and they exchange stories. She learns that Lini is also safe.
- TDR,Ch48 - Do not cut off your ears because you do not like your earrings.
- TSR,Ch6 - You can weave silk from pig bristles before you can make a man anything but a man.
- TSR,Ch6 - A weeping woman is a bucket with no bottom.
- TSR,Ch16 � Poke the meekest dog too often and he will bite.
- TFoH,Ch9 - A man is a man, on a throne or in a pigsty.
- TFoH,Ch10 - A shoat squealing under a fence just attracts the fox, when it should be trying to run.
- TFoH,Ch10 - Not thinking about a thorn doesn't make it hurt your foot any less.
- TFoH,Ch13 - A fool puts her hand into a hollow tree without finding what's inside first.
- TFoH,Ch14 - If you don't look for snakes, you cannot complain when one bites you.
- TFoH,Ch19 - A gnarled old branch dulls the blade that severs a sapling.
- TFoH,Ch19 - When the honey's out of the comb, there's no putting it back.
- TFoH,Ch19 - Better to face the bear than run from it.
- TFoH,Ch19 - A fool puts a burr under the saddle before she rides.
- TFoH,Ch19 - Dragging feet never finish a journey.
- TFoH,Ch34 - You cannot hold the sun down at dawn.
- TFoH,Ch35 - Even a queen stubs her toe, but a wise woman watches the path.
- TFoH,Ch47 - Waiting turns men into bears in a barn, and women into cats in a sack.
- TFoH,Ch49 - An open sack hides nothing, and an open door hides little, but an open man is surely hiding something.
- TFoH,Ch49 - To know two, you must first know one.
- TFoH,Ch50 - "Wish" and "want" trip the feet, but "is" makes the path smoother.
- TFoH,Ch56 - A young lion charges quickest, and when you least expect it.
- TFoH,Ch56 - There's no point letting honey age too long before you eat it.
- TFoH,Ch56 - It's too late to change your mind after you've jumped off the cliff.
- LoC,Prologue - A slow horse does not always reach the end of the journey.
- LoC,Prologue - The right medicine always tastes bitter.
- LoC,Ch7 - What can't be changed must be endured.
- LoC,Ch7 - The pike does not ask the frog's permission before dining.
- LoC,Ch13 - What you need isn't always what you want.
- LoC,Ch37 - You can't put honey back in the comb.
- LoC,Ch39 - Fools only listen to themselves.
- ACoS,Ch23 - The blindest are those who keep their eyes shut.
- ACoS,Ch26 - Only fools kiss hornets or bite fire.
- ACoS,Ch30 - You can never put honey back in the comb.
- TPoD,Ch2 - Peel the apple in your hand, girl, not the one on the tree.
- TPoD,Ch2 - Tears are for after; they just waste time before.
- TPoD,Ch2 - When a woman plays the fool, look for the man.
- TPoD,Ch2 - Kittens tangle your yarn, men tangle your wits, and it's simple as breathing for both.
- TPoD,Ch3 - It's one of the things men are for, taking the blame. They usually deserve it, even if you don't know exactly how.
- TPoD,Ch5 - No knife is sharper than a sister's hate.
- TPoD,Ch7 - A fool abandons friends, and gives up silver for shiny brass.
- TPoD,Ch7 - Three things annoy to distraction: a tooth that aches, a shoe that pinches, and a man that chatters.
- TPoD,Ch20 - Be sure of yourself, girl, but not too sure.
- TPoD,Ch20 - It isn't the stone you see that trips you on your nose.
- TPoD,Ch20 - A secret spoken finds wings.
- WH,Ch6 - Sup from too many dishes, and you deserve a bellyache that'll split you open.
- WH,Ch9 - A full stomach at midday makes for a dull head in the afternoon.
- CoT,Ch12 - You count your plums in the basket, not on the tree.
- CoT,Ch13 - When you ask questions, then you have to hear the answers whether you want to or not.
- CoT,Ch14 - Always plan ahead, but worry too hard over next year, and you can trip over tomorrow.
- KoD,Ch13 - You can't put honey back in the comb, child.
- KoD,Ch14 - You can't know another woman's reasons until you've worn her dress for a year.