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10th Feb '17 8:47:02 AM Bootlebat
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** The Burning Legion in general uses '''Fel'''fire which usually appears as a sickly yellow green flame.
28th Jan '17 9:28:09 PM mythmonster2
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* Present in rifle form in ''VideoGame/EternalCardGame''

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* Present in rifle form in ''VideoGame/EternalCardGame''''VideoGame/EternalCardGame''.
28th Jan '17 9:28:00 PM mythmonster2
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* Present in rifle form in ''VideoGame/EternalCardGame''
2nd Jan '17 6:31:53 AM DiScOrDtHeLuNaTiC
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* Weapon of choice for ''Comicbook/GhostRider''. It burns hotter the more sins the target has.

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* Weapon of choice for ''Comicbook/GhostRider''. It burns hotter the more sins the target has.has, but Johnny Blaze at least was able to make it burn 'cold'(i.e. without physically damaging anything) and only affect a person's soul. Dan Ketch(Ghost Rider 2) rarely used hellfire itself, preferring his Penance Stare, and Robbie Reyes(Ghost Rider 3) either doesn't possess this ability or chooses not to use it.



* ComicBook/{{Etrigan}} can use this, exhaling soul burning fires from his mouth. Though he can also project it from his hands.

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* ComicBook/{{Etrigan}} can use this, exhaling soul burning fires from his mouth. Though mouth, though he can also project it from his hands.
30th Oct '16 10:05:53 AM nombretomado
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* Essential Flame in ''{{GURPS}}: Magic'' is similar in concept to this but seems to be based more on Plato than Christianity.

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* Essential Flame in ''{{GURPS}}: ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}: Magic'' is similar in concept to this but seems to be based more on Plato than Christianity.
15th Oct '16 9:06:13 AM CurledUpWithDakka
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** A few years after [[spoiler:"Lash", the psychic copy of a Fallen is Harry head dies saving Harry's life]] he finds out that [[spoiler:the archangel in charge of maintaining free will, and God's own holy hitman, Uriel[[note]]The one who killed all of Egypt's firstborn.[[/note]]]] has gifted him with [[HolyHandGrenade Soulfire]],the angelic counterpart to Hellfire. It fits the trope just as well as normal Hellfire, it makes jis spells more powerful, and he can do things he couldn't before (making magical constructs), but it's fueled by soul, and takes up a little bit of Harry's soul each time he uses it. While it would sound like it leaves him in danger of becoming TheSoulless, his soul would regenerate in just a few weeks after even heavy usage, so long as he has some left. It regenerates more quickly if he takes time to nurture it; for example, [[spoiler:going on a date with Luccio at the end of ''Small Favor'']]). The Soulfire also burns an unusual color - it usually adds a bit of a silver tinge, depending on how much he uses and what spell he ties it to.

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** A few years after [[spoiler:"Lash", the psychic copy of a Fallen is Harry head dies saving Harry's life]] he finds out that [[spoiler:the archangel in charge of maintaining free will, and God's own holy hitman, Uriel[[note]]The one who killed all of Egypt's firstborn.[[/note]]]] has gifted him with [[HolyHandGrenade Soulfire]],the angelic counterpart to Hellfire. It fits the trope just as well as normal Hellfire, it makes jis his spells more powerful, and he can do things he couldn't before (making magical constructs), but it's fueled by soul, and takes up a little bit of Harry's soul each time he uses it. While it would sound like it leaves him in danger of becoming TheSoulless, his soul would regenerate in just a few weeks after even heavy usage, so long as he has some left. It regenerates more quickly if he takes time to nurture it; for example, [[spoiler:going on a date with Luccio at the end of ''Small Favor'']]). The Soulfire also burns an unusual color - it usually adds a bit of a silver tinge, depending on how much he uses and what spell he ties it to.
21st Sep '16 9:24:49 AM ProfessorDetective
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* Creator/MarvelComics has an artifact that's been floating around the Magic series for a while known as the 'Hellfire Shotgun.' It's [[ShapedLikeItself a (usually pump-action) shotgun loaded with Hellfire]] that never needs to be reloaded. It's had a habit of landing in the hands of weakened Magical heroes in need of a new edge, like a depowered Johnny Blaze and The Scarlet Witch during All-New Doctor Strange's 'The End of Magic' arc.
22nd Aug '16 1:34:08 AM valos
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Contrast HolyHandGrenade and FauxFlame. See GreekFire, a non-magical example known for properties commonly attributed to this trope, in particular being able to burn underwater.

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Contrast HolyHandGrenade and FauxFlame. See also GreekFire, a non-magical example known for properties commonly attributed to this trope, in particular being able to burn underwater.
22nd Aug '16 1:33:23 AM valos
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Contrast HolyHandGrenade and FauxFlame.

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Contrast HolyHandGrenade and FauxFlame. See GreekFire, a non-magical example known for properties commonly attributed to this trope, in particular being able to burn underwater.
19th Jul '16 3:45:42 AM Morgenthaler
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* A particularly [[RuleOfCool awesome]] application of this comes from the D&D webcomic ''{{Darken}}'', where the main character is a {{Hellfire}}-[[KillItWithFire flinging]] EvilOverlord-in-training:

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* A particularly [[RuleOfCool awesome]] application of this comes from the D&D webcomic ''{{Darken}}'', ''Webcomic/{{Darken}}'', where the main character is a {{Hellfire}}-[[KillItWithFire flinging]] EvilOverlord-in-training:



* The titular character of the webcomic ''ZebraGirl'' has the ability to summon hellfire which makes anyone she's mad at spontaneously combust. In a subversion, EpilepticTree wisdom states that the burns made are skin deep, so that the victim can be fried again...and again...and again.

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* The titular character of the webcomic ''ZebraGirl'' ''Webcomic/ZebraGirl'' has the ability to summon hellfire which makes anyone she's mad at spontaneously combust. In a subversion, EpilepticTree wisdom states that the burns made are skin deep, so that the victim can be fried again...and again...and again.
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