Today, I finally finished A Memory of Light: book 14 of the Wheel of Time, and felt sad that it was all over. I stuck with this series, in various forms, over nearly a decade, and the characters truly began feeling like companions in my life, so knowing that their adventures (or those that Robert Jordan was able to put together before he died) would no longer continue made me wonder just what the fuck I was going to move onto next (I moved onto Amped and will finish Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy soon). I might return to the series sometime in the future, but the original magic that drew me in will forever be gone. I got similar feels with the Lord of the Rings, Robert E. Howard's Conan the Cimmerian stories, Xena & Hercules: the Legendary Journeys, and Metal Gear Solid 4. So what are some things that you wished never ended? Things that defined parts of your life that left a hole when they were done and/or gone?