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  • A number of red-haired people-presumably more of Brandel's fire-witch relatives-were standing guard near the edge of the glow that surrounded the castle.

    Calling On Dragons

  • Telemain let go of Brandel, waited a moment to make sure the fire-witch would not fall over, and then began picking up splinters of Antorell's staff.

    Calling On Dragons

  • "How do you know I'm a fire-witch?" the man demanded angrily.

    Calling On Dragons

  • "Given the necessity of a transportation spell and the possibility of unpredictable interactions between it and fire-witch magic, it seems wise to repeat -"

    Calling On Dragons

  •     "How do you know I'm a fire-witch?" the man demanded angrily.

    calling on dragons

  • My eldest sister is a fire-witch, and my younger brother.

    calling on dragons

  • "Given the necessity of a transportation spell and the possibility of unpredictable interactions between it and fire-witch magic, it seems wise to repeat -" "Then don't fuss about my plants."

    calling on dragons

  • Peering in, Morwen saw a thin young man with bright red hair standing beside a fireplace, his back to the window. .a fire-witch? thought Morwen.

    calling on dragons

  •    The fire-witch disappeared down the staircase.

    calling on dragons

  • Cui Ai at once came to centre of wide half circle, and after making little bow, take seat on low hassock, Miss Sterling whisper to Dr. Ewing, "She look like fire-witch with the great flames framing her black head, and those long braids sweeping out over the floor."

    Seven Maids of Far Cathay

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