During the Age of Legends, many different types of life were created using the Power and technology. The creation of such constructs was overseen by a strict code of ethics, which made genetic alteration on living creatures above the level of plants illegal. For some unknown reason, most constructs are incapable of passing through gateways, making weaves such as Deathgates viable.
- Main article: Shadowspawn
Shadowspawn were originally created in the Age of Legends by the Forsaken Aginor. A leading geneticist, Aginor went to the Shadow because he wished to experiment outside the code of ethics - though the promise of immortality was also part of the reason - and the resulting creatures were dubbed Shadowspawn. Those marked as Chosen were to be obeyed absolutely by all Shadowspawn.
The Nym are plant creatures which tended the massive farms and gardens of the Age of Legends and worked alongside the Ogier and the Da'shain Aiel. They looked like huge men made of plant material, with hazelnuts for eyes and shoots for hair. Proportionally, they were huge, being as tall to Ogier as Ogier were to men.
They had the ability to make plants grow, and where the Nym's feet fell popped out living shoots and roots from the ground. They are also sentient and intelligent creatures, able to speak the languages of the men. They manifested their abilities especially in conjunction with Ogier and ancient Aiel, by singing, dancing to weave together the voices, so the plants that sprouted eventually growing twice and would not be touched by insects or disease.
It was said that a Nym would not die as long as plants grew and that “Where a Nym touched, all manner of green and growing things thrived”. Most of the Nym were killed during the War of the Shadow.
Someshta was one of the last of the Nym, given the task to watch the Eye of the World by ancient Aes Sedai. When he died, he took Balthamel with him. The head of a Nym remained alive in a cave Shara, but it was killed by Demandred when the Forsaken was searching for the last piece of the Sakarnen sa'angreal.
- Main article: chora
Chora trees lined the streets of the cities of the Age of Legends. They are distinguished by their tri-foil leaves and the feeling of contentment a person gets when under one's branches. All chora trees except one were destroyed during the Age of Legends, and that one was planted in the center of Rhuidean. The tree was known to the rest of the world as Avendesora, and the Aiel seemingly knew how to tend it. Avendoraldera was a cutting from Avendesora, given to the Cairhienin as repayment for the gift of water to the Aiel clans. It represented the promise of free travel through the Aiel Waste to the lands of Shara. It was destroyed in the event known as Laman's Pride, when he cut down the tree to make himself a throne (see the Aiel War).
There were rumors that the nation of Almoth also possessed a living sapling of Avendesora, or at least a branch, but have so far been unsubstantiated.
The keys to opening a Waygate are also in the shape of a chora leaf.