Many years ago, a Persian general was involved in a plot to overthrow the king. He was arrested, but managed to escape to the desert, where he hoped to reunite with his supporters. But before he could find their camp, night fell, and he decided to hide out in an ancient temple known as a ziggurat. Nights in the desert can get very cold, so eventually the general built a small fire to warm himself. And the smoke from the fire was spotted by the king’s guards, so the general was again arrested and, this time, he was executed!
Moral of this story: The searchin’ general warns that smoking ziggurats can be hazardous to your stealth.