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11th Jun '17 2:52:34 PM nombretomado
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* The ''ComicBook/XMen'''s [[ShapedLikeItself Pyro]] is sometimes portrayed as a pyromaniac, like in XMenEvolution and the live-action films.

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* The ''ComicBook/XMen'''s [[ShapedLikeItself Pyro]] is sometimes portrayed as a pyromaniac, like in XMenEvolution ''WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution'' and the live-action films.
9th Jun '17 3:02:47 PM nombretomado
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* Tisiphone of the WhateleyUniverse. All she seems to think about are setting fires, and getting even with Phase by setting him on fire.

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* Tisiphone of the WhateleyUniverse.Literature/WhateleyUniverse. All she seems to think about are setting fires, and getting even with Phase by setting him on fire.
29th May '17 5:48:01 PM Doodler
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* Fire-speakers from the ''Literature/BooksOfBayern'' are compelled by their powers to burn bigger and hotter flames, and unless the speaker has proper training they will burn themselves to death following the voice of fire. The temptation grows stronger the more skilled a fire-speaker is, and even those with the discipline to resist will eventually be consumed anyway by their own power. [[spoiler:The only hope is to learn a language opposite of fire, like wind or water, to temper it.]] When [[spoiler:a rebellious captain]] seeks to use fire-speaking in war, but his men are so poorly-trained that they incinerate themselves before they even see battle.

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* Fire-speakers from the ''Literature/BooksOfBayern'' are compelled by their powers to burn bigger and hotter flames, and unless the speaker has proper training they will burn themselves to death following the voice of fire. The temptation grows stronger the more skilled a fire-speaker is, and even those with the discipline to resist will eventually be consumed anyway by their own power. [[spoiler:The only hope is to learn a language opposite of fire, like wind or water, to temper it.]] When [[spoiler:a [[spoiler:A rebellious captain]] seeks to use fire-speaking in war, but his men are so poorly-trained that they incinerate themselves before they even see battle.
29th May '17 5:46:35 PM Doodler
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* Fire-speakers from the ''Literature/BooksOfBayern'' are compelled by their powers to burn bigger and hotter flames, and unless the speaker has proper training they will burn themselves to death following the voice of fire. The temptation grows stronger the more skilled a fire-speaker is, and even those with the discipline to resist will eventually be consumed anyway by their own power. [[spoiler:The only hope is to learn a language opposite of fire, like wind or water, to temper it.]]

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* Fire-speakers from the ''Literature/BooksOfBayern'' are compelled by their powers to burn bigger and hotter flames, and unless the speaker has proper training they will burn themselves to death following the voice of fire. The temptation grows stronger the more skilled a fire-speaker is, and even those with the discipline to resist will eventually be consumed anyway by their own power. [[spoiler:The only hope is to learn a language opposite of fire, like wind or water, to temper it.]]]] When [[spoiler:a rebellious captain]] seeks to use fire-speaking in war, but his men are so poorly-trained that they incinerate themselves before they even see battle.
29th May '17 5:43:54 PM Doodler
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* Fire-speakers from the ''Literature/BooksOfBayern'' are compelled by their powers to burn bigger and hotter flames, and unless the speaker has proper training they will burn themselves to death following the voice of fire. The temptation grows stronger the more skilled a fire-speaker is, and even those with the discipline to resist will eventually be consumed anyway by their own power. [[spoiler:The only hope is to learn a language opposite of fire, like wind or water, to temper it.]]
27th May '17 5:24:39 PM nombretomado
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* The ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'s'' [[ShapedLikeItself Pyro]] is sometimes portrayed as a pyromaniac, like in XMenEvolution and the live-action films.
* Adult comic ''{{Viz}}'' parodied this in strips featuring boy band Busted as pyromaniacs/arsonists who would set anything on fire "for a laugh"

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* The ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'s'' ''ComicBook/XMen'''s [[ShapedLikeItself Pyro]] is sometimes portrayed as a pyromaniac, like in XMenEvolution and the live-action films.
* Adult comic ''{{Viz}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Viz}}'' parodied this in strips featuring boy band Busted as pyromaniacs/arsonists who would set anything on fire "for a laugh"
21st May '17 10:37:36 PM Gamermaster
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* [[NightOfTheLivingMooks The Mariage]] in ''[[AudioAdaptation StrikerS Sound Stage X]]'' of ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha'', whose first step in doing anything always involves setting the location on fire.

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* [[NightOfTheLivingMooks The Mariage]] in ''[[AudioAdaptation StrikerS Sound Stage X]]'' of ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha'', ''Audioplay/StrikersSoundStageX'', whose first step in doing anything always involves setting the location on fire.
3rd May '17 12:57:48 PM Celcey
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* Ritchie/The Arsonist in ''WebVideo/DoorMonster'''s [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uam0KMyZh2E&index=3&list=PL0u5ZHidq4X4QhFAX9FzSiYJLRen74sLF The Guards Themselves]]. Unsurprising, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin given his handle]].
23rd Apr '17 7:00:29 AM Euodiachloris
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** Speaking of Maegor, Aegon IV, Aerys II and wildfire... That which connects them is the Guild of Alchemists: these kings ''heavily'' promoted their work -- and, were facilitate in kind. And, all members of the Guild we've heard of or met seem to love their wildfire concoction getting used just ''a little'' too much.

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** Speaking of Maegor, Aegon IV, Aerys II and wildfire... That which connects them all is the Guild of Alchemists: these kings ''heavily'' promoted their work -- and, then were facilitate facilitated in kind. And, all members of the Guild we've heard of or met seem to love seeing their wildfire concoction getting used just ''a little'' too much.
23rd Apr '17 6:57:13 AM Euodiachloris
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** He was not the only Targaryen to be fascinated by normal fire, dragonfire and/or [[GreekFire wildfire]]. From Maegor "The Cruel" onwards (and, arguably beforehand), it crops up in the line -- often alongside KillItWithFire. The [[SuccessionCrisis Dance of the Dragons]] was an exceptional display of the family breaking out the pretty, pretty flames at the least provocation across the board, no matter if they were [[AHouseDivided Black or Green]]. (Take-home lesson: MAD doesn't work when many of those with the nukes secretly, and deep-down, just ''really'' enjoy seeing them explode, and will unconsciously lean towards taking the opportunity to let loose when it comes up.) It has to be said that ''most'' have been able to handle it in a socially acceptable manner when they have been bitten by the firebug, crises notwithstanding. Then you get the few nutjobs, like Aerys, who go overboard at the stupidest times. Looking at you, King Aegon V "[[DidntThinkThisThrough The Unworthy]]" and Prince Aerion "[[ManOnFire Brightflame]]".

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** He was not the only Targaryen to be fascinated by normal fire, dragonfire and/or [[GreekFire wildfire]]. From Maegor "The Cruel" onwards (and, arguably beforehand), it crops up in the line -- often alongside KillItWithFire. The [[SuccessionCrisis Dance of the Dragons]] was an exceptional display of the family breaking out the pretty, pretty flames at the least provocation across the board, no matter if they were [[AHouseDivided Black or Green]]. (Take-home lesson: MAD doesn't work when many of those with the nukes secretly, and deep-down, just ''really'' enjoy seeing them explode, and will unconsciously lean towards taking the opportunity to let loose when it comes up.) It has to be said that ''most'' have been able to handle it in a socially acceptable manner when they have been bitten by the firebug, crises notwithstanding. Then you get the few nutjobs, like Aerys, who go overboard at the stupidest times. Looking at you, King Aegon V IV "[[DidntThinkThisThrough The Unworthy]]" and Prince Aerion "[[ManOnFire Brightflame]]".Brightflame]]".
** Speaking of Maegor, Aegon IV, Aerys II and wildfire... That which connects them is the Guild of Alchemists: these kings ''heavily'' promoted their work -- and, were facilitate in kind. And, all members of the Guild we've heard of or met seem to love their wildfire concoction getting used just ''a little'' too much.
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