I forgot to mention the other DVDs I got. One was a bargain double DVD with two of Roger Corman's Edgar Allan Poe movies -- Comedy of Terrors and The Raven. The Raven was more appropriate than I realized because the wizard duel was done with humor, and it reminded me of the mage duel and similar scenes in the Gorok and Wulf story (although not as naughty of course).
My other purchase was "The Whole Wide World," the movie about the relationship between Robert E. Howard and Novalyne Price. Well, that was appropriate. ;-> Mum watched it in the den, I came in and out. And watching parts of that one inspired me to get back into my editing. I had to put down The Perfect Wife by Jane Goodger to do so, too. :(
Anyway, I'm now all the way up to the chapter where Gorok, Wulf, and Kensin confront Gowan, Kensin's "father." Chapter 11 or something like that. I changed the part where Gorok burns the evil mime mages to a crisp. Now he uses that spell to make them end up in the sea, and the displaced seawater splashes on top of Gorok and the two mages. That's more innovative than burning them with green fire. Besides, as Gorok is a bottom, his magic should be different from the usual "blast and set aflame" sort of magic. That would be more appropriate to a top.