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  • And there were times—rare and blessed—when the Hearthkeeper opened a way through me to hearthfire, forgefire, and wildfire, all of these at once: allfire, I called it.

    Wildfire

  • The Smith stood behind his forgefire, and in the ruddy light his bronze shoulders and torso gleamed as if covered in sweat.

    Wildfire

  • Hadn't he crawled into the forgefire and turned an iron plowshare to living gold?

    Alvin Journeyman

  • I won't deny the forgefire or refuse the hammer and the anvil.

    Alvin Journeyman

  • When she rounded the corner of the smithy, the light from the forgefire, spilling out onto the grass, was almost blinding; it was so red that it made the grass look shiny black, not green.

    Prentice Alvin

  • But no, it couldn't be that -- the water didn't run through the springhouse anymore, and the forgefire was stronger than that.

    Prentice Alvin

  • But Measure was still awake, his eyes sparkling with the knowledge of what the Redbird said, of the living golden plow, of Alvin in the forgefire, of Arthur Stuart in the Hio.

    Prentice Alvin

  • It was done; the plow wasn't alive, exactly, not the way he wanted -- but it could stand in the forgefire without melting.

    Prentice Alvin

  • It was so loud for a minute there that he could hear them clear over the sound of the forgefire and his own hammering.

    Prentice Alvin

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  • Fire of a forge.

    September 10, 2017