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  • What Gunnar could do with wizardry, perhaps he could accomplish with order-mastery and the powder in the rockets, since his senses indicated that the Whites were not immediately upon the heels of the remaining Sarronnese.

    The Order War

  • Unlike Gunnar, for him, the internal order-mastery necessary to raise his body heat to ward off the cold was work.

    The Order War

  • The idea of using seawater evaporators to get continuous fresh water had been used on only the last two black ships, and the Brothers on both ships, including Pendak, were spending more time and order-mastery on holding the evaporators together than on the rest of the power plants, including even the newer turbines.

    The Order War

  • Even a little order-mastery solved that, but cold food was another thing.

    The Death of Chaos

  • Although I was sweating, in the cold air, with the effort of almost continual order-mastery, I was exhausted and shivering.

    The Death of Chaos

  • I touched it with my finger, and it was cold enough to chill right to the bone, order-mastery or no order-mastery.

    The Death of Chaos

  • While order-mastery did keep my body from getting too cold, a fire helped, too.

    The Death of Chaos

  • "You're using your abilities to pervert the whole spirit of order-mastery."

    The Towers of the Sunset

  • My growing internal order-mastery let me handle cold, but heat was another question.

    The Magic of Recluce

  • I had thought about ringing the castle with a balance barrier, but traveling the ravine and climbing the hill would have been difficult without using order-mastery to bridge some of the gaps, and that use of order would have spelled out my presence like fireworks in the night sky.

    The Magic of Recluce

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