The Wheel of Time Teaser Offers First Look at Mat's Dagger

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By Nobelle Borines | More Articles Hoarder of Fantasy Books and Stephen King Wannabe
February 18, 2021  10:15 AM

Fans have been waiting for the trailer for The Wheel of Time live-action adaptation. Now, we have our first look at actual footage from the upcoming Amazon Prime series and it features Mat Cauthon's cursed dagger.

The brief teaser was shared on the official Twitter account for The Wheel of Time as a response to a fan's tweet demanding to see Mat's dagger. The video is only 14 seconds long but it could be the first footage from the upcoming show. Check it out below.

The teaser opens with a shot of a script page and although most of the lines are blurred, viewers can read, “And inside, he sees something protected from the ravages of time - a ruby-encrusted dagger." We then see a dark hallway inside a mysterious stone structure. There is also a window which reveals that the place is in ruins.

The next shot features a golden box being opened by a man’s hands. As he removes the dagger, someone says “Alright, let’s make a deal.”

We're not sure exactly what is happening in the teaser but it could reveal how Mat came across the cursed ruby-encrusted dagger in Shadar Logoth. In The Eye of the World, Mat steals the dagger after he, Rand al'Thor, and Perrin Aybara ended up in the city to avoid trouble. Unfortunately, Mat still left the city with a curse.

The Wheel of Time will star Rosamund Pike as Moiraine, Barney Harris as Mat, Josha Stradowski as Rand, and Marcus Rutherford as Perrin. The series has not yet been given an official release date. Stay tuned for more updates on this story.

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