Sitting alone in her small room in Salidar, Koriandre Sedai, began pondering the problems she was having with her warder. Ever since they had come to Salidar he had been avoiding her. At first she assumed it was because he didn’t understand why she had left the tower. But how could a Green support a red like Elaida usurping the Amrylin seat. She didn’t know the previous Amrylin well enough to understand why she had been deposed. But in the aftermath, most of the Green Ajah had left along with the blue, so Kori decided it was wiser to leave. Kori would have liked to talk to him, but it was difficult some days to find her warder. Things were much more convenient in the tower, where her warder could stay in her rooms. What was the point of having a warder to protect her if he wasn’t always available. She never understood how those in other Ajah’s would let their warders keep quarters in town where they were so far away. Gazing out the small window she pondered his most recent behavior. Steivan had been sitting apart from the other warders in the practice area, staring intently at nothing. When she tapped him on his shoulder to ask what was wrong, he became defensive and ran off from her. It seemed so unlike him to behave this way. After a little more thought, she decided it might be a good idea to talk to someone in the Yellow Ajah. Some of them had been working on curing mental illnesses. She hoped that her warder wasn’t losing his touch on reality, but it happened sometimes. Whenever that occurred, it was very hard on the Aes Sedai who had bonded him. Kori wasn’t looking forward to that happening. She thought a Yellow might have a better perspective on the situation. Leaving her room, she started to make her way over to the houses they Yellow’s were staying in. She hadn’t seen their quarters as of yet, but imagined they would be no less run down than the Green’s. Walking quickly, she spotted the emissary from the White Tower, Tarna Feir. Kori had never been fond of the woman before, she generally disliked Reds. She walked slightly out of her way to avoid the other Aes Sedai. It was irritating to listen to her pious speeches over why they should all return to the tower. She didn’t believe the talk of amnesty. Elaida surely wanted them back to make an example. Finally she was outside of the Yellow’s quarters. Hopefully she could find some answers here.