“Though we had slain the fire wolf, its fur continued to flicker with lingering traces of it’s magical flames. The enchanter was upon it even before the flames had died, carving at the monster’s flanks. ‘Do you think death could extinguish this fire?’ he asked of me.”
A large candle rendered from the fat of a creature that dwells upon the elemental plane of Fire. When lit, a blade of fire springs from the wick. The blade can be wielded like a regular sword, dealing an extra 1d6 points of fire damage when it hits.
The candle has only a few uses before it burns down to a stub. While the stub can be lit one more time to gain an extra use of the blade, the flames sear the wielder’s hand as the last of the wax is consumed.