Firelighting

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'Firelighting', also known as fire-making and fire-starting, refers to the primitive skill of starting a fire.

Firelighting materials and tools are valuable in case of an unexpected emergency. The ability to make and use fire sets humans apart from animals. Fire keeps people warm[1], cooks food, sterilizes water, can help make tools via blacksmithing, and wards off animals.

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