Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of firewagon.

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Examples

  • Father has been clear that the chaos that powers the firewagons is the same as the chaos that come from the towers.

    The Magi'i Of Cyador

  • All too many deal with how we will handle the barbarians without firelances and firewagons, and what kind of ships can replace the fireships.

    Scion of Cyador

  • The Third Magus often meets with the officers serving the Majer-Commander to advise them on matters such as the availability of firewagons and the services we provide them.

    Scion of Cyador

  • I hear the lonely Magi'i imprisoning their chaos-souls in the corridors of their quarter, forging firewagons, ships, and firespears to ensure an old world never reappears.

    Scion of Cyador

  • "That is because the Mirror Engineers were required to turn to the use of oxen for the barges on the Great Canal, and grain and flour are too bulky and heavy to load on the remaining firewagons ..."

    Scion of Cyador

  • The term implies that there are fewer firewagons, not just less chaos-cells for them.

    Scion of Cyador

  • Can Cyad be re-formed to retain its greatness without firewagons, without fireships, without firelances?

    Scion of Cyador

  • "If you were so interested, why did you bury so many chaos-towers within the mists of time, so that now we must struggle to charge firewagons and firelances but from a pair of chaos-towers beyond this one?"

    Scion of Cyador

  • The number and frequency of firewagons traveling the Great Eastern and Great North Highways has been reduced twice.

    Scion of Cyador

  • Equally dangerous is the implication that there are reasons why the Magi'i have not offered another way to use chaos to replace the fireships and firewagons.

    Scion of Cyador

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