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Everblaze is an unstoppable flame that burns a neon yellow color. It is said to smell like burning sugar and to be white-hot. It can burn Pyrokinetics, who are otherwise fireproof due to their ability. Said to be the 'fire of the sun on Earth', it is formed from the cosmic energy in the atmosphere, and as it descends it gathers nitrogen. Even Pyrokinetics cannot truly control it, because it's so unpredictable. It is very dangerous, and the only thing that can stop it is a formula called Frissyn, which contains Quintessence, the light of an unmapped star that Sophie had once accidentally bottled. In Book 1: Keeper of the Lost Cities, Sophie bottles the Everblaze with Lumenite and gold, in a short, round bottle with a fluted neck and a wide opening, in comparison to other fire-catching bottles, which are long and thin. This results in a tribunal for illegally leaping to the Forbidden Cities. In book three, Fintan ignites the Everblaze when Sophie is in the process of healing his mind. Before enough Frissyn was created, it killed Kenric and destroyed much of Eternalia. In book six, it is revealed that there was an alternative use of the firestorms, which was to hatch the gorgodons.
A Flareadon has fire-resistant feathers and can survive an Everblaze with ease.
Beings known to have perished in the Everblaze Edit
- Kenric (killed by Fintan)
- Five unknown Pyrokinetics (consumed by their own flame)
- Human Victims (from the firestorms)
- Seven Gorgodons
- Fintan was thought to have perished, but he didn't
Events when Everblaze was prominent Edit
- San Diego fires
- Burning of Oblivimyre
- Hatching of the Gorgodons
Everblaze was used to make the gorgodons hatch.