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9th Apr '16 7:21:53 PM Theriocephalus
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Characters that can [[PlayingWithFire play with fire]] tend to exhibit this trope, along with many fire-related monsters like dragons, salamanders, and fire-related {{familiar}}s. Lava Beasts, fire elementals, and other creatures that actually made of some heat related substance [[ElementalEmbodiment are another trope altogether]].

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Characters that can [[PlayingWithFire play with fire]] tend to exhibit this trope, along with many fire-related monsters like dragons, salamanders, [[OurDragonsAreDifferent dragons]], [[FierySalamander salamanders]], and fire-related {{familiar}}s. Lava Beasts, beasts, fire elementals, and other creatures that actually made of some heat related substance [[ElementalEmbodiment are another trope altogether]].
22nd Feb '16 6:41:51 PM WillBGood
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** Is that a Creator/{{Foreigner}} ShoutOut?
8th Feb '16 3:30:44 AM Morgenthaler
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* The Assblasters from ''{{Tremors}} The Series''. As their name indicate, they fart fire to fly in a rocket-like manner.

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* The Assblasters from ''{{Tremors}} The Series''.''Film/{{Tremors}}''. As their name indicate, they fart fire to fly in a rocket-like manner.
1st Feb '16 5:24:31 PM FekketCantenel
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* Anyone in ''Literature/EdenGreen'' whose needle symbiote takes over their body completely begins to exhibit elevated body temperature, immediately noticeable to non-infected people.
2nd Jan '16 10:38:52 PM nombretomado
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* Invoked in ''TheSookieStackhouseMysteries'' (books that were the basis for TrueBlood); werewolves and other shifters are mentioned several times time as "running hotter" than their human counterparts.

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* Invoked in ''TheSookieStackhouseMysteries'' ''Literature/TheSookieStackhouseMysteries'' (books that were the basis for TrueBlood); werewolves and other shifters are mentioned several times time as "running hotter" than their human counterparts.
21st Nov '15 11:49:22 AM nombretomado
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* Shishio, the season 1 big bad of ''RurouniKenshin''. He was shot in the head and lit on fire before being left for dead. The fire left him disfigured, and all of his sweat glands were destroyed. As such, he has incredibly high body temperature, which (apparently) grants him almost superhuman speed and strength. The downside is that he can only fight for a few minutes before the heat buildup kills him.

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* Shishio, the season 1 big bad of ''RurouniKenshin''.''Anime/RurouniKenshin''. He was shot in the head and lit on fire before being left for dead. The fire left him disfigured, and all of his sweat glands were destroyed. As such, he has incredibly high body temperature, which (apparently) grants him almost superhuman speed and strength. The downside is that he can only fight for a few minutes before the heat buildup kills him.
23rd Oct '15 5:07:58 PM DukeTulpersn
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** A lesser example would be [[BadassNormal R.E.O.]] [[AwesomeMcCoolName Speedwagon]] from part I. It's never really explained how or why, but Speedwagon is so hot-blooded that he could melt Zeppeli's frozen arm just by holding it to his chest for a minute. Unfortunately, [[BlessedWithSuck his hot blood makes him unable to use Hamon Techniques.]]
9th Sep '15 2:27:48 AM Qube
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* In a novel based on MagicTheGathering, a Black-aligned vampire is set to fight a Red-aligned Geomancer in arena-style combat. The vampire manages to evade [[DishingOutDirt the torrents of stone and dirt]], sink his fangs into the mage's neck and begins draining him dry... At which point the Geomancer turns his own blood into lava. [[TooSpicyForYogSogoth Cue burning vampire.]]
14th Aug '15 9:33:01 PM Andygal
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* Simes in Literature/SimeGen have a body temperature noticeably higher then that of Gens and children. This incidentally means they don't get sick as often as many germs can't tolerate the higher temperature.
13th Jul '15 11:46:25 AM TheGoodDoctor
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* ''TabletopGame/PsionicsTheNextStageInHumanEvolution'' features a somewhat realistic example of how this would play out in real life. The pyrokinetic ability Temper, Temper, Temperature can be used to raise the body temperature of living things. Raise it enough and they'll die from boiling in their own skin.
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