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2nd May '16 7:52:55 AM darrenr
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* A specialist Stormtrooper uses a flamethrower in the attack on the Jakku village at the beginning of ''Franchise/StarWars Episode VII: Film/TheForceAwakens''.
1st Apr '16 7:44:49 AM Winter
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* In ''Film/{{Them}}'', two characters bring along flamethrowers while exploring a giant ant nest after gassing it. They're used on a live ant that survived in a caved-in chamber and also to destroy some eggs.
17th Mar '16 2:16:14 PM Morgenthaler
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* [[DemBones Rito Revolto]] of ''MightyMorphinPowerRangers'' has a flamethrower in his arsenal. He tried to destroy the Ninjazords with it, but it was punched off his arm by the Ninja Megazord.
* ''ForeverKnight'' had a VillainOfTheWeek who torched homeless people with a flame thrower. At least until Nick got through with him.
* ''Hunter'' used a similar plot, with the villain using the weapon to commit arson as well as burning the occasional InnocentBystander. Naturally the song played during the teaser was "Burning Down the House".

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* [[DemBones Rito Revolto]] of ''MightyMorphinPowerRangers'' ''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers'' has a flamethrower in his arsenal. He tried to destroy the Ninjazords with it, but it was punched off his arm by the Ninja Megazord.
* ''ForeverKnight'' ''Series/ForeverKnight'' had a VillainOfTheWeek who torched homeless people with a flame thrower. At least until Nick got through with him.
* ''Hunter'' ''Series/{{Hunter}}'' used a similar plot, with the villain using the weapon to commit arson as well as burning the occasional InnocentBystander. Naturally the song played during the teaser was "Burning Down the House".



* ''YoungIndianaJones'': in the "Trenches of Hell" episode, soldiers retreat in panic when GasMaskMooks bearing flamethrowers come out of a cloud of poison gas.

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* ''YoungIndianaJones'': ''Series/YoungIndianaJones'': in the "Trenches of Hell" episode, soldiers retreat in panic when GasMaskMooks bearing flamethrowers come out of a cloud of poison gas.



* ''{{GURPS}}'' has a slew of them. Flamers and fusion guns from ''Ultra-Tech''. Flamethrowers and {{aerosol flamethrower}}s in ''High-Tech''. Low tech flamethrowers for [[ChurchMilitant clerics]] in ''Dungeon Fantasy''. Heat rays in ''Spaceships''. The fire lance from ''Fantasy''. The cheirosiphon and eruptor style weapons from ''Low-Tech''.

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* ''{{GURPS}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}'' has a slew of them. Flamers and fusion guns from ''Ultra-Tech''. Flamethrowers and {{aerosol flamethrower}}s in ''High-Tech''. Low tech flamethrowers for [[ChurchMilitant clerics]] in ''Dungeon Fantasy''. Heat rays in ''Spaceships''. The fire lance from ''Fantasy''. The cheirosiphon and eruptor style weapons from ''Low-Tech''.
15th Feb '16 2:23:30 PM kikiandlala
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** The Skaven don't have an monopoly on flamethrowing, TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}} Dwarves have the artillery piece Dwarf Flame Cannon which is a cannon designed to send flaming pitch arcing towards the enemy.
15th Feb '16 2:18:52 PM kikiandlala
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* The [[RodentsOfUnusualSize Skaven]] from the [[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}} low fantasy]] counterpart have Warpfire throwers, basically SteamPunk flamethrowers, though like most Skaven technology it's rather unreliable and prone to [[StuffBlowingUp backfire]].

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* The [[RodentsOfUnusualSize Skaven]] from the [[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}} low fantasy]] counterpart have Warpfire throwers, basically SteamPunk flamethrowers, flamethrowers with mutagenic napalm, though like most Skaven technology it's rather unreliable and prone to [[StuffBlowingUp backfire]].
15th Feb '16 2:16:38 PM kikiandlala
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* In John Marco's ''Tyrants and Kings'' series, the flame cannon is one of the pinnacles of technology from the steampunkish, Roman Empire expy Nar. These flame cannons are basically artillery-class flamethrowers that can be used at close range and they have enough range that they can be used on ironclad warships to battle ships that use conventional black-powder cannons.

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* In John Marco's ''Tyrants and Kings'' series, the flame cannon is one of the pinnacles of technology from the steampunkish, Roman Empire expy Nar. These flame cannons are basically artillery-class flamethrowers that can be used at close range and they have enough so much range that they can be used are also mounted on ironclad warships to battle wooden ships that use conventional black-powder cannons.
15th Feb '16 2:14:48 PM kikiandlala
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* In John Marco's ''Tyrants and Kings'' series, the flame cannon is one of the pinnacles of technology from the steampunkish, Roman Empire expy Nar. These flame cannons are basically artillery-class flamethrowers that can be used at close range and they have enough range that they can be used on ironclad warships to battle ships that use conventional black-powder cannons.
12th Feb '16 1:24:48 PM Knight20
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22nd Jan '16 7:13:22 PM DarkMask
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* ''{{VideoGame/Bayonetta 2}}'' have the Undine, demonic weapons with both both KillItWithFire and KillItWithIce settings that are fueled by the rage and jealously from the soul of a jilted lover.
8th Dec '15 12:27:18 PM erforce
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* The WeaponOfChoice in ''Film/DontGoInTheHouse''.
* The armored assailant in ''LethalWeapon 4'''s ActionPrologue uses a flamethrower along with a uzi.

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* %%* The WeaponOfChoice in ''Film/DontGoInTheHouse''.
* The armored assailant in ''LethalWeapon 4'''s ''Film/LethalWeapon4'''s ActionPrologue uses a flamethrower along with a uzi.
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