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'''The Klatchian Fire Engine''' is a weapon similar to the [[Roundworld]] [[Wikipedia:flamethrower|flamethrower]]. It looks like a large kettle that consists of a barrel with a tube coming out of the front mounted on wheels. The Klatchian Fire Engine has been banned by eight countries and three religions have said that any soldiers found using it would be excommunicated (Five others embraced it as a holy weapon and commanded that it be used on infidels, heretics, gnostics and people who fidget during the sermons). When one was discovered by [[Nobby Nobbs]] it was a match made in heaven (although after a terrifying demonstration he wasn't allowed to strike any more matches ''anywhere near'' it); too bad he couldn't take it with him...
'''The Klatchian Fire Engine''' is a weapon similar to the [[Roundworld]] [[Wikipedia:flamethrower|flamethrower]]. It looks like a large kettle that consists of a barrel with a tube coming out of the front mounted on wheels. The Klatchian Fire Engine has been banned by eight countries and three religions have said that any soldiers found using it would be excommunicated (Five others embraced it as a holy weapon and commanded that it be used on infidels, heretics, gnostics and people who fidget during the sermons). When one was discovered by [[Nobby Nobbs]] it was a match made in heaven (although after a terrifying demonstration he wasn't allowed to strike any more matches ''anywhere near'' it); too bad he couldn't take it with him...


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Latest revision as of 04:23, 10 December 2016

The Klatchian Fire Engine is a weapon similar to the Roundworld flamethrower. It looks like a large kettle that consists of a barrel with a tube coming out of the front mounted on wheels. The Klatchian Fire Engine has been banned by eight countries and three religions have said that any soldiers found using it would be excommunicated (Five others embraced it as a holy weapon and commanded that it be used on infidels, heretics, gnostics and people who fidget during the sermons). When one was discovered by Nobby Nobbs it was a match made in heaven (although after a terrifying demonstration he wasn't allowed to strike any more matches anywhere near it); too bad he couldn't take it with him...