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  • Once more the engineers reposition the firecannon, and after each searing blast do so again until they have opened a gap between the wall and the remainder of the trunk that is more than fifty cubits wide.

    The Magi'i Of Cyador

  • But your lancer messenger was insistent, and I decided to come with the large firecannon.

    The Magi'i Of Cyador

  • Two of the three firewagons roll back down the ward-wall road, almost a kay, leaving only the firecannon and the firewagon to which it is connected.

    The Magi'i Of Cyador

  • A dull clunking announces the impact of a ten-cubit length of branch on the armored shell of the firecannon.

    The Magi'i Of Cyador

  • Once the gap has reached that width and the inner road is clear, the Engineers turn the firecannon.

    The Magi'i Of Cyador

  • Lorn remains mounted, with Kusyl to his left, as the half-score of Mirror Engineers unhitch the armored firecannon on the wall road, and wrestle it into a position roughly three hundred cubits from where the trunk rests on the ward-wall.

    The Magi'i Of Cyador

  • Lorn can also sense residual chaos - from firelances, or magus-bolts, or perhaps from the specal firecannon Maran had mentioned the afternoon before.

    The Magi'i Of Cyador

  • As the fires spread, one section of the branches shudders, and a long gray-black giant cat leaps from the twisted branches and greenery, padding right past the armored firecannon.

    The Magi'i Of Cyador

  • But the firecannon will work so long as the Magi'i operate even a single chaos-tower.

    Scion of Cyador

  • Esfayl and I will be supporting the firecannon to stop reinforcements from being landed on the piers.

    Scion of Cyador

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