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  • n. Plural form of firebolt.

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Examples

  • Tripping over a root and his own boots was hardly noble - or smart - especially when lancers were getting slain by sabre, crossbow, and firebolts.

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  • While the wizards retained their shield, the early-afternoon sky was empty of firebolts.

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  • Two firebolts flashed at Kharl, one right after the other.

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  • The wizard was not one as strong as those he had faced in Austra, but one with enough strength to throw firebolts and possibly detect untruths.

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  • The three firebolts that arced from behind the line of charging patrollers were linked together, feeding off each other, seemingly expanding into a wall of chaos flame.

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  • If he concentrated order into a shield, for him to resist the firebolts of the white wizards, that order had to be restricted to a very small area.

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  • His readiness kept him in the saddle, but even as he sensed what he was looking for, he had to wonder how many more firebolts he could deflect - and he was only facing the lesser wizard.

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  • Yet, for all the rifle fire, there were no firebolts, no use of chaos by the white wizards, except to maintain their linked shields.

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  • If they kept flinging firebolts, sooner or later, they'd break through his defenses.

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  • He couldn't use the wizards 'tie to the firebolts to funnel that chaos back at them, but instead, he created his momentary hardened air shield curved to fling the chaos back across the first wave of patrollers - much as he would have preferred to throw that massive force at Egen and his personal guard.

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