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  • A white hand drops a paper into a black iron-banded box.

    The Other Side of Dark

  • She was opening her mouth—fully prepared to promise to love, cherish and obey him, for better or worse, in sickness and in health, till death did them part—when the double doors of iron-banded oak at the rear of the abbey came crashing open, letting in a blast of wintry air and a dozen armed men.

    The Devil Wears Plaid

  • The heavy iron-banded end slammed into the lancer's forearm, then into the side of his face.

    Wellspring of Chaos

  • The next block had slightly larger dwellings, but they seemed less well kept-and older-and several had iron fences, and a few had iron-banded doors and shutters.

    Wellspring of Chaos

  • The guard gaped, but only for an instant before the iron-banded end of the staff slammed into his gut.

    Wellspring of Chaos

  • Fifteen-foot-thick stone walls, a ceiling of plastered metal plates, triple-barred windows above a fifty-foot drop, three separate iron-banded doors, guard towers watching the four comers of the structure-whatever ambassadors resided here were in truth political hostages.

    Mercadian Masques

  • Somewhere around two hundred cubits from the closed and iron-banded gates, Reaz and Fydel reined up.

    Colors of Chaos

  • A lone individual hobbled toward the keep, behind the others, squeezing inside before the iron-banded timbered gates swung closed.

    The Spellsong War

  • A glass later, the gates of Suhl remained closed, iron-banded and dark, without word or signal.

    The Spellsong War

  • Perhaps half the iron-banded doors were open, and the air held the acrid odor of oil, hot metal, and other burned substances.

    The White Order

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