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Petitioning Red Eagle Entertainment

Drop your lawsuit, and turn over the rights of the WoT

The Wheel of Time is one of the greatest fantasy epics of our generation, with thousands of fans all over the world. It has inspired countless readers, and has even influenced fantasy authors Brandon Sanderson, Patrick Rothfuss, and more to begin writing in the first place.

Currently, Red Eagle Entertainment is in possession of the rights of the WoT, and they are the only group with the ability to turn the beloved fantasy franchise into a film or television series. In a desperate attempt to hold on to the rights, Red Eagle produced a shoddy television "pilot" that aired in the middle of the night on paid programming with absolutely no advertising whatsoever. Now, Red Eagle is suing Robert Jordan's widow, Harriet McDougal, and stating that her claims on social media, distancing herself from the project, slandered their company's name.

The purpose of this petition is to show Red Eagle Entertainment that these actions will not be tolerated by the loyal WoT fans.

We, the fans of the Wheel of Time, demand that Red Eagle Entertainment drop their foolish lawsuit against Bandersnatch Group, and return the rights of the franchise back to Harriet McDougal.

In addition, we declare that the comments of Harriet McDougal did nothing to slander our view of Red Eagle Entertainment. Red Eagle's years of mismanagement have done enough to tarnish their image in the eyes of the fans.

In the timeless words of Egwene al'Vere, "I'd name you Darkfriend as well, but I suspect the Dark One would perhaps be embarrassed to associate with you." This phrase applies to Red Eagle Entertainment now more than ever.

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