We have something to burn, but do we have anything to start the flame? I guess we can rip off a couple of branches to rub together. Glupii decides to inspect the stones, while pondering how to remove the spikes and back plates from the stegosaurus. Are the thorny branches any good for defense, or would they merely inconvenience any foes?
Anything unusual about those stones? Their arrangement makes me suspicious.
Sorry for asking all these questions at once. I'm trying to figure out how to go about improve our situation while avoiding any possible traps.
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If we can start a fire, we might be able to burn the spikes off of the stegosaurus. How to start a fire though? The typical methods should work if we have suitable rocks and stones, but we need time. What about the lens method? Bone-men have transparent bodies. Can I shine the remaining light to a point and use this to burn our tinder?