Fire furniture

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Fire furniture is furniture that can be used to safely contain a fire. They tend to require that a suitable fuel be placed in them (ie. incense in incense burners, logs of wood in fireplaces).

Use

Stoves, ovens and fireplaces use logs, provide heat and light when lit, and turn said logs into ash. Additionally, when a fire is lit in one of these, tea can be brewed on it.

They can be lit with

light <fireplace> with <object>
dowse <fireplace>
extinguish <fireplace>

Wizards can light fireplaces without a flint:

zap <object>
point [finger] at <fireplace>

They can also light lamps with

wave [hand] at <lamp>

And extinguish lamps with

snap fingers at <lamp>

Witches can just embarrass fireplaces or lamps into lighting themselves:

glare at <object>

You fix the large wood oven with your most intimidating glare.
A small fire ignites in the hearth out of sheer embarrassment.

They can also extinguish lamps with

sniff at <lamp>

Incense burners use incense. Unlike fireplaces, they burn fuel in parallel--burning more blocks of incense at a time doesn't increase the amount of time it will stay lit, but it does increase the frequency of the chats.

light [the] contents of <object> 
burn [the] contents of <object> 
dowse [the] contents of <object> 
extinguish [the] contents of <object>

Items

Source Item name Length Width Weight
(lb)
Number
of items
Type Notes
Kefka's db Dimensions (ft) Capacity
Ephebe <adjective> marble fireplace &&&+1800 2 &&&+1800 2 &&+11700 13 &&+36000 40 Fireplace
[1] antique steel range &&&+1800 2 &&&+1800 2 &&&+9900 11 &&+36000 40 Stove
[2] brass incense burner &&&+2700 3 &&&&+675 9/12 &&&&+900 1 &&&+2700 3 Incense burner
[3] cast iron cookstove &&&+1650 1 10/12 &&&+1650 1 10/12 &&&+9900 11 &&+36000 40 Stove
[4] cast iron parlour stove &&&+1800 2 &&&+1800 2 &&&+9900 11 &&+36000 40 Stove
[5] crystal incense burner &&&+2700 3 &&&&+675 9/12 &&&&+900 1 &&&+2700 3 Incense burner
[6] Dragon Lady parlour stove &&&+1650 1 10/12 &&&+1650 1 10/12 &&&+9900 11 &&+36000 40 Stove
[7] finely crafted fireplace &&&+1800 2 &&&+1800 2 &&&+9900 11 &&+36000 40 Fireplace
[8] genuine Genuan parlour stove &&&+1800 2 &&&+1800 2 &&&+9900 11 &&+36000 40 Stove
[9] Happy Luck kitchen range &&&+1800 2 &&&+1800 2 &&&+9900 11 &&+36000 40 Stove
[10] large wood oven &&&+1650 1 10/12 &&&+1650 1 10/12 &&&+9900 11 &&+36000 40 Stove
[11] okra candelabrum &&&&+675 9/12 &&&&+675 9/12 +Expression error: Unexpected < operator. < 1 &&&+2700 3 Light
[12] okra candlestick &&&&+675 9/12 &&&&+675 9/12 &&&&+900 1 &&&&+900 1 Light
Witch caravan majmar &&&&+675 9/12 &&&&+675 9/12 &&&+5400 6 &&+27000 30 Stove Weighs 9 4/9 and is a utensil.
[13] pagoda-style parlour stove &&&+1800 2 &&&+1800 2 &&&+9900 11 &&+36000 40 Stove
[14] pinwheel column stove &&&+1800 2 &&&+1800 2 &&&+9900 11 &&+36000 40 Stove
[15] pumice incense burner &&&+2700 3 &&&&+675 9/12 &&&&+900 1 &&&+2700 3 Incense burner
[16] red brick incense burner &&&+2700 3 &&&&+675 9/12 &&&&+900 1 &&&+2700 3 Incense burner
[17] rose gold incense burner &&&+2700 3 &&&&+675 9/12 &&&&+900 1 &&&+2700 3 Incense burner
[18] silver incense burner &&&+2700 3 &&&&+675 9/12 &&&&+900 1 &&&+2700 3 Incense burner
[19] solid iron incense burner &&&+2700 3 &&&&+675 9/12 &&&&+900 1 &&&+2700 3 Incense burner
[20] star oak cylinder stove &&&+1800 2 &&&+1800 2 &&&+9900 11 &&+36000 40 Stove
[21] water buffalo parlour stove &&&+1800 2 &&&+1800 2 &&&+9900 11 &&+36000 40 Stove
[22] wildflower box stove &&&+1800 2 &&&+1800 2 &&&+9900 11 &&+36000 40 Stove
[23] woodbox &&&+1050 1 2/12 &&&+1050 1 2/12 &&+39600 44 &&+72000 80 Fuel container Weighs 22 2/9 lb. Not technically a fire item, but can only hold fuel.[1].
Ephebe coal scuttle &&&+1350 1 6/12 &&&+1350 1 6/12 &&+39600 44 &&+72000 80 Fuel container Not technically a fire item, but can only hold fuel.
[24] wrought iron chandelier &&&+1350 1 6/12 &&&+1350 1 6/12 &&&+3600 4 &&&+7200 8 Chandelier
[25] wrought iron wall sconce &&&&+225 3/12 &&&&+225 3/12 &&&&+450 1/2 &&&+3600 4 Light Can hold things other than fuel.
  1. Logs, and blocks of incense that aren't completely burnt.