"It's so beautiful, to me at least." she smiled, "She sang it much more beautifully than me." Sonia gazed at Ethel with love in her eyes once more then stopped, snapping herself out of it quickly. The dear was finished being cleaned, all that was left to do was build a big enough fire and they could roast it whole. "Ethel, do you know any fire magic?" she asked, hopeful that she could make this process easier.
"Oooh." Sonia said as her eyes widened, this was something she had never seen before. "How does it work?" she asked, her curiosity now at its peak, everything else seemed to fade away at the knowledge of this invention.
"Well, the bow spins this stick here making it rub against this board, which creates friction, in turn, creates enough heat to light the flammable substance you put here" She tried to explain pointing out each part as she did so.
"So, its a non magical fire?" Sonia said, staring at it, "That is amazing." she said, "We usually start fires with magic or a little gunpowder, this is entirely different and more efficient." Sonia was almost enamored by the simple idea, maybe it was because she found Ethel so fascinating that everything she did was amazing, regardless, she was still amazed by this and had that puppy dog look in her eyes as she stared at Ethel.
"Ahh. yes, humans don't always have access to magic, and gunpowder is actually a very poor way to start the fire, as it's messy and expensive. But this works just fine," she told her as she got the fire going larger.