A Shienaran Lady of House Jagad, Lord Agelmar's sister. She lives with her brother in the Fal Dara keep.
Chronology (Possible Spoilers)#
- Lady Amalisa Jagad, sister of Lord Agelmar, is escorting Moiraine to her chambers. Moiraine asks if Min is still in the city as she'd like to visit her. Lady Amalisa asks why she'd like to visit the Seer and Moiraine responds "why not?". Lady Amalisa asks Moiraine if she would answer why she was in the Ways. Moiraine notes that Lady Amalisa trained in the Tower, but only attained Accepted, and asks is she can still be trusted. Lady Amalisa says that her allegiance is with Fal Dara. Moiraine asks if Lady Amalisa would deliver a message for her to the Red Ajah: find Mat. (Episode 107)
- Agelmar, his sister, Amalisa, and his men are walking through Fal Dara, planning with their men. Amalisa, for a second time, points out that Gap will not hold against the onslaught. (Episode 108)
- Amalisa is helping Agelmar into his armor while at the same time trying to convince him to wear their father's armor. (Episode 108)
- While the male warriors head towards the Gap, the females fortify Fal Dara, with Amalisa, wearing her father's armor, organizing them. She calls for any woman who can channel. (Episode 108)
- Egwene and Nynaeve join Amalisa outside of Fal Dara facing the Gap. (Episode 108)
- Amalisa tells the others that they must open up to her when she reaches out with the One Power so that they can link together. They link and prepare to meet the oncoming Trollocs. (Episode 108)
- With the Trollocs advancing, Amalisa draws even more power from Egwene, Nynaeve and the other two channelers. (Episode 108)
- Waiting until the Trollocs are close enough, Amalisa channels lightning, decimating the Trollocs. (Episode 108)
- Amalisa is still channeling and Nynaeve tells her that they've stopped the Trollocs but Amalisa says that she can't let go of the One Power. She says that she can feel the whole world. She then burns out. (Episode 108)
References (Possible Spoilers)#
Book Character: Amalisa Jagad
IMDB: Sandra Yi Sencindiver
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