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- n. a missile of fire
- v. transitive, rare To strike with a firebolt.
- Compound of fire + bolt, by analogy of thunderbolt. (Wiktionary)
“A firebolt erupted inside my brain, and I began to sneeze convulsively—ten, twelve, fourteen times in a row.”
“I dove behind it just as a firebolt zipped toward me, and the wood exploded into splinters and flame.”
“The firebolt smashed into the elephant-thing, and the bullet detonated inside the gun's chamber, shrapnel flying.”
“Another firebolt flared toward Kharl, and he redirected it, this time, toward the two other remaining intact companies of lancers, those on the west side of the road.”
“Kharl said, still holding the shield as another firebolt flared across the north courtyard.”
“Even with that anguish shivering through him, he managed to remain upright and cover another ten rods before the next firebolt came, a slightly weaker blast that he directed toward a group of officers who had clustered around a single figure - Hensolas, Kharl thought.”
“Kharl hadn't thought that the white wizard could have gotten that close or that he'd been strong enough to throw a firebolt from a distance.”
“Kharl concentrated for a moment, just briefly, on throwing up a weaker shield, one that partly hardened the air but was coated with a thin layer of order to deflect something like a firebolt.”
“Another firebolt flared at them, and Kharl slid it behind the short column.”
“A firebolt flared toward Kharl, a fraction of an instant too late, exploding against his belatedly drawn shields.”
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