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In [[heraldry]], a line which is drawn '''rayonny''' is made up of a series of flames. Not surprisingly it is often used to represent fire.
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In [[heraldry]], a line which is drawn '''rayonny''' is made up of a series of flames. Not surprisingly it is often used to represent fire. While the use of rayonny is not a [[period]] practice, it is still allowed in [[SCA]] heralrdry.
   
 
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In heraldry, a line which is drawn rayonny is made up of a series of flames. Not surprisingly it is often used to represent fire. While the use of rayonny is not a period practice, it is still allowed in SCA heralrdry.