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  • From all he'd heard after the disaster with the firestone and the weyrling, Tenim knew that the Weyrs stored only the barest minimum of firestone -- no more than that needed for a sevendays 'worth of training.

    Dragon's Fire

  • All around him, dragons keened for the lost weyrling.

    Dragon's Fire

  • He couldn't imagine how the dragons survived it and was appalled at the risks he'd taken as a weyrling when it had been his task to haul it to the older riders.

    Dragon's Fire

  • D'vin craned around to spot the small blue and saw P'lel wave as a weyrling appeared from/between.

    Dragon's Fire

  • His thoughts returned to the instant, still seared in his eyes, when the weyrling emerged from/between,/trying to see what had caused the explosion, but he couldn't.

    Dragon's Fire

  • As D'vin's eyes recovered from the flash of the explosion, he saw that the weyrling had disappeared.

    Dragon's Fire

  • Just as suddenly as the weyrling had appeared, there was a brilliant explosion by its side.

    Dragon's Fire

  • "Hatching ground, bigger-n Fort's -- plenty of ground-level caverns for support staff, kitchens, weyrling barracks, queens" quarters, and there're tunnels underground.

    The Chronicles of Pern

  • "Even a dragon has limits, " Sean repeated and repeated during weyrling training.

    The Chronicles of Pern

  • Those that happened during weyrling training were the ones that Sorka hated the most -- because they would haunt Sean through his dreams and turn him into an implacable martinet during his waking hours.

    The Chronicles of Pern

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