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22nd May '17 9:09:32 AM kikiandlala
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* ''VideoGame/DarkCastle'' has always featured fireballs. In the 3rd game, Merlin will give you the fireball spell, cue the flaming death of mooks.
23rd Apr '17 2:49:50 PM nombretomado
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* Fireball in the ''Franchise/TalesSeries'' is a staple spell that depending on the game, fires one or a multitude of small burning missiles that deal damage when they hit; the number sometimes increasing with repeated usage. There's also Burn Strike, a bigger DeathFromAbove variant, and Flare Bomb, an explosive [[HomingProjectile seeking]] variant.

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* Fireball in the ''Franchise/TalesSeries'' ''VideoGame/TalesSeries'' is a staple spell that depending on the game, fires one or a multitude of small burning missiles that deal damage when they hit; the number sometimes increasing with repeated usage. There's also Burn Strike, a bigger DeathFromAbove variant, and Flare Bomb, an explosive [[HomingProjectile seeking]] variant.
18th Apr '17 11:33:05 AM HiddenWindshield
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Fireballs have a tendency to move in an unusual fashion - possibly hovering or drifting at slow speeds, or by bouncing along the ground. Since a fireball is technically PureEnergy, the common laws of motion seem to be exempt.[[note]]the complaint about fireball motion is right, but for very wrong reasons. Fire is an example of ''plasma'', the fourth state of ''matter'',[[/note]]

What happens when a fireball impacts is, similarly, entirely up in the air. Maybe [[StuffBlowingUp Stuff Blows Up]], leaving a [[SphereOfDestruction sphere of annihilation]]. Other times, it just puffs out like a harmless burst of wind. Only sometimes does it actually set things on fire.

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Fireballs have a tendency to move in an unusual fashion - possibly hovering or drifting at slow speeds, or by bouncing along the ground. Since a fireball is technically PureEnergy, the common laws of motion seem to be exempt.[[note]]the complaint about fireball motion is right, but for very wrong reasons. Fire is an example of ''plasma'', the fourth state of ''matter'',[[/note]]

What happens when a fireball impacts is, similarly, entirely up in the air. Maybe [[StuffBlowingUp Stuff Blows Up]], leaving a [[SphereOfDestruction sphere of annihilation]]. Other times, it just puffs out like a harmless burst of wind. Only sometimes does it actually set things on fire.
21st Feb '17 5:36:14 PM nombretomado
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** In ''CrisisCore'', the Fire/Fira/Firaga spells shoots medium sized fireballs, in ''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy'' Cloud's Fire/Fira/Friaga spells take the same form, rather than the pillar of flame the spells took on in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII''

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** In ''CrisisCore'', ''VideoGame/CrisisCore'', the Fire/Fira/Firaga spells shoots medium sized fireballs, in ''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy'' Cloud's Fire/Fira/Friaga spells take the same form, rather than the pillar of flame the spells took on in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII''
15th Jan '17 12:40:28 PM Malady
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* ''VideoGame/MarvelPuzzleQuest'': The Uncommon Character: Human Torch (Johnny Storm)'s Fireball ability:
--> Johnny hurls a fistful of flame, torching the opponent.
1st Jan '17 10:49:32 PM skadooshbag
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Fireballs have a tendency to move in an unusual fashion - possibly hovering or drifting at slow speeds, or by bouncing along the ground. Since a fireball is technically PureEnergy, the common laws of motion seem to be exempt.

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Fireballs have a tendency to move in an unusual fashion - possibly hovering or drifting at slow speeds, or by bouncing along the ground. Since a fireball is technically PureEnergy, the common laws of motion seem to be exempt.
exempt.[[note]]the complaint about fireball motion is right, but for very wrong reasons. Fire is an example of ''plasma'', the fourth state of ''matter'',[[/note]]
23rd Nov '16 3:48:56 PM tytoman
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* In Earth's gravity, the oxygen used by fire rises as it heats up, giving flames the pointed shape we're used to seeing. In low gravity, the gasses have nowhere to rise and form a spherical flame instead.
19th Nov '16 1:53:52 PM AsherTye
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** A more direct example is seen in Dhaslim's "Yoga Fire" where he spits a fireball that can engulf his opponent.
30th Oct '16 9:57:35 AM nombretomado
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* [[http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=221550 Fireball]] was one of the first ''MagicTheGathering'' cards, notable for combining with a CastFromHitPoints card for a combo.
* An effective spell in ''{{GURPS}}: Magic'' that will set many things on fire. It gives access to the more powerful Explosive Fireball spell.

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* [[http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=221550 Fireball]] was one of the first ''MagicTheGathering'' ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'' cards, notable for combining with a CastFromHitPoints card for a combo.
* An effective spell in ''{{GURPS}}: ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}: Magic'' that will set many things on fire. It gives access to the more powerful Explosive Fireball spell.
12th Aug '16 8:00:30 PM nombretomado
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* {{Albion}} has them in the form of spells, as well as parts of dungeon traps and puzzles. When seeing them, the resident scientist is left wondering what holds them together and speculates that the planet is intentionally {{troll}}ing psysicits.

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* {{Albion}} ''VideoGame/{{Albion}}'' has them in the form of spells, as well as parts of dungeon traps and puzzles. When seeing them, the resident scientist is left wondering what holds them together and speculates that the planet is intentionally {{troll}}ing psysicits.
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