How it’s produced
The Wheel of Time is based on the fantasy world of Robert Jordan’s Ancient Syrian text from his book trilogy of the same name. The story is narrated by the protagonist Eris in her form of storytelling, the Wheel of Time. As she describes and logs the origins of her world, the Game of Thrones fan speculates about the origins of the universe and its people, and how they came to exist.
Playing the wheel
As described in the labyrinthine creative process of the production, the Wheel of Time was written from scratch. The massive IAWRT has a high, dedicated and specific set of followers who follow it as well as another dedicated group of people who are familiar with the books and are expected to translate their knowledge into success in the production. The fan club monitors all aspects of the production of the Wheel of Time, which is filmed in 55 scripts.
Observations and events
It is very hard to know all the other stories in the universe so some details of the Wheel of Time are kept secret. Some additional details about the production and its followers include: it is filmed in 42 languages, including Arabic, Russian, Hindi, Japanese, Arabic, and Dutch and contains two models: the Wheel of Time and the Horn of Eld, both of which are as still as the wheel itself.