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17th Feb '17 8:02:32 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* Shishio, the season 1 big bad of ''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.

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* Shishio, the season 1 big bad of ''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 about fifteen minutes before the heat buildup kills him.
27th Jan '17 10:31:05 AM Azreal341
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* The whiptail lizard has an average body temperature at 106 Fahrenheit (Roughly 41,11 Celsius).

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* The whiptail lizard has an average body temperature at 106 Fahrenheit (Roughly 41,11 41.11 Celsius).
29th Oct '16 6:41:52 PM nombretomado
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* The salamander demons from HeartCore (Carval and Volaster Jarvoc) has explosive blood wich they use in order to make bombs.

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* The salamander demons from HeartCore Webcomic/HeartCore (Carval and Volaster Jarvoc) has explosive blood wich they use in order to make bombs.
23rd Oct '16 8:33:16 PM Arachnos
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* In ''Anime/KillLaKill'', Ryuko is normally simply HotBlooded, but when she finally confronts her father's murderer her rage reaches a boiling point. That is to say, her blood is literally seen to boil, [[spoiler:driving Senketsu into a [[UnstoppableRage frenzy]].]]



* It's implied in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' that [[AnIcePerson Elsa]]'s body temperature is colder than the average persons.

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* It's Inversion: it's implied in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' that [[AnIcePerson Elsa]]'s body temperature is colder than the average persons.
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10th Oct '16 10:02:51 PM Tiege
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* Amy Druvmenski from ''Webcomic/LightAndDark'' has the ability to raise her body temperature to extreme levels.
5th Oct '16 4:44:35 PM Shadeblade11
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* The [[UltimateLifeform Pillar Men]] from ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' have each mastered a type of fighting style called "Mode", where they [[BodyHorror freely transfigure their own bodies]] to emulate ElementalPowers. Esidisi's Mode is flame, which entails heating his blood to 500 degrees Celsius then extending his blood vessels from his body and injecting his blood into an opponent. The results are just as [[BodyHorror horrifying]] as they should be.
** 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.]]

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* The [[UltimateLifeform Pillar Men]] from ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' have each mastered a type of fighting style called "Mode", where they [[BodyHorror freely transfigure their own bodies]] to emulate ElementalPowers. Esidisi's Mode is flame, Heat Control, which entails heating his blood to 500 degrees Celsius then extending his blood vessels from his body and injecting his blood into an opponent. The results are just as [[BodyHorror horrifying]] as they should be.
** A lesser example would be [[BadassNormal R.Robert E.O.]] [[AwesomeMcCoolName Speedwagon]] from part I.during ''Phantom Blood''. 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.]]
24th Sep '16 11:35:19 PM doorhandle
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*The various Mutons in ''VideoGame/XcomEnemyUnknown'' and ''VideoGame/Xcom2'' are noted to have bodies that remain warm hours after their deaths. Dr.Tygan mentions this [[AlienAutopsy makes them quite disconcerting to dissect.]]
26th Jul '16 12:57:27 PM Tron80
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* ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'''s blood was burning-hot during her [[Franchise/GreenLantern Red Lantern]] tenure in ''Comicbook/RedDaughterOfKrypton''.
10th Jul '16 8:08:58 AM Pichu-kun
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* It's implied in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' that [[AnIcePerson Elsa]]'s body temperature is colder than the average persons.
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]].
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