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22nd Nov '16 9:57:50 AM crazysamaritan
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* In ''Series/KamenRider555'', when [[MonsterOfTheWeek Orphnochs]] die, it involves blue flames (presumably relating to {{Hitodama}}) and their bodies crumbling to dust. Likewise, in ''Series/KamenRiderKabuto'', Worms die with green flames.

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In ''Series/KamenRider555'', when [[MonsterOfTheWeek Orphnochs]] die, it involves blue flames (presumably relating to {{Hitodama}}) HitodamaLight) and their bodies crumbling to dust. Likewise, in ''Series/KamenRiderKabuto'', Worms die with green flames.



* In Japanese myth, [[{{Hitodama}} a blue flame (hitodama) is someone's spirit]].

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* In Japanese myth, [[{{Hitodama}} [[HitodamaLight a blue flame (hitodama) is someone's spirit]].
16th Nov '16 5:34:06 AM ashlay
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* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' has you summoning your Personas by breaking a card (as if it was made of glass or something) that is surrounded by blue flames.
** Also, higher level [[CastingAShadow Mudo]] spells invoke giant runes on the floor surrounding the target as purple fire emerges from each corner of the invocation site. [[LightEmUp Hama]] spells create white flames, instead. The recurring [[GagPenis phallus demon]] [[StealthPun Mara]] also has a unique spell in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'' named [[IncrediblyLamePun Maralagidyne]], which is a higher level version of the fire spell Maragidyne which attacks enemies with green flames instead of red ones. The spell Megidolaon also creates a giant white-bluish fiery explosion.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' has you summoning your Personas by breaking a card (as if it was made of glass or something) that is surrounded by blue flames.
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flames. Also, higher level [[CastingAShadow Mudo]] spells invoke giant runes on the floor surrounding the target as purple fire emerges from each corner of the invocation site. [[LightEmUp Hama]] spells create white flames, instead. The recurring [[GagPenis phallus demon]] [[StealthPun Mara]] also has a unique spell in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'' named [[IncrediblyLamePun Maralagidyne]], which is a higher level version of the fire spell Maragidyne which attacks enemies with green flames instead of red ones. The spell Megidolaon also creates a giant white-bluish fiery explosion.explosion.
* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'': Blue flames are a major visual motif throughout the game: In the opening minutes, an otherworldly blue flame can be seen in the distance once [[TimeStandsStill time stops]] as the protagonist arrives in Shibuya. Each protagonist bursts into blue flame when they first awaken to their Persona. And, the eponymous Persona [[GuardianEntity Guardian Entities]] are now covered in blue flame when they are summoned.
4th Nov '16 4:28:02 AM HawkbitAlpha
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*** In ''[[ComicBook/AvatarTheLastAirbenderSmokeAndShadow Smoke and Shadow]]'', Zuko [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome is shown to be able to make dragon fire]].
27th Oct '16 10:08:35 PM nombretomado
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* GIJoeRenegades features Firefly, whose incendiary bombs explode and burn with blue flame, but then turn orange after a moment. As with the firebending examples above, this could be a case of ShownTheirWork.

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* GIJoeRenegades ''WesternAnimation/GIJoeRenegades'' features Firefly, whose incendiary bombs explode and burn with blue flame, but then turn orange after a moment. As with the firebending examples above, this could be a case of ShownTheirWork.
26th Oct '16 4:30:26 PM nombretomado
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* In ''Film/{{Beowulf 2007}}'', the presence of Grendel causes fires to turn blue.

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* In ''Film/{{Beowulf ''WesternAnimation/{{Beowulf 2007}}'', the presence of Grendel causes fires to turn blue.
5th Sep '16 10:35:52 AM erforce
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* In ''Film/{{Beowulf}}'' the movie the presence of Grendel causes fires to turn blue.

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* In ''Film/{{Beowulf}}'' the movie ''Film/{{Beowulf 2007}}'', the presence of Grendel causes fires to turn blue.
25th Aug '16 6:17:47 PM LinTaylor
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* In ''Series/KamenRider555'', when [[MonsterOfTheWeek Orphnochs]] die, it involves blue flames (presumably relating to {{Hitodama}}) and their bodies crumbling to dust. Likewise, in ''Series/KamenRiderKabuto'', Worms die with green flames.
** ''Series/KamenRiderDouble'': Kamen Rider Eternal generates blue flames for some of his special attacks, including his [[FinishingMove Rider Kick]]. His own DirectToVideo movie dubbed this form "Blue Flare" and revealed that it's Eternal's true form, achieved because of Katsumi Daido's compatibility with the [[TransformationTrinket Eternal Memory]], while past users could only manifest an incomplete "Red Flare" form.
25th Aug '16 2:12:48 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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This is TruthInTelevision: flames will appear blue if they reach high enough temperatures, and many pure elements burn in colors other than orange (copper, for example, burns green). The latter is a commonly used method of discovering the chemical composition of a substance (called a flame test). However, it should be noted that while fire can be made to burn most any color with the right chemicals, including colorless, a truly black flame(as opposed to a "black" flame that has a white core) is physically impossible.[[note]]Flames can absorb light and cast shadows due to particles like soot in the flame, but even if there are enough to block light, the heat of the flame would make them visibly glow some color anyway. The colour would have to be something beyond indigo. Or [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Far_red far red.]] The former case doesn't happen as hotter objects go from glowing red to glowing blue, but never beyond that. The latter case, where the glow is far red, is not generally called a flame but smoke.[[/note]]

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This is TruthInTelevision: flames will appear blue if they reach high enough temperatures, and many pure elements burn in colors other than orange (copper, for example, burns green). The latter is a commonly used method of discovering the chemical composition of a substance (called a flame test). However, it should be noted that while fire can be made to burn most any color with the right chemicals, including colorless, a truly black flame(as flame (as opposed to a "black" flame that has a white core) is physically impossible.[[note]]Flames can absorb light and cast shadows due to particles like soot in the flame, but even if there are enough to block light, the heat of the flame would make them visibly glow some color anyway. The colour would have to be something beyond indigo. Or [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Far_red far red.]] The former case doesn't happen as hotter objects go from glowing red to glowing blue, but never beyond that. The latter case, where the glow is far red, is not generally called a flame but smoke.[[/note]]
25th Aug '16 2:07:40 PM Galacton
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This is TruthInTelevision: flames will appear blue if they reach high enough temperatures, and many pure elements burn in colors other than orange (copper, for example, burns green). The latter is a commonly used method of discovering the chemical composition of a substance (called a flame test). However, it should be noted that while fire can be made to burn most any color with the right chemicals, including colorless, a truly black flame(as opposed to a "black" flame that has a white core) is physically impossible.[[note]]Flames can absorb light and cast shadows due to particles like soot in the flame, but even if there are enough to block light, the heat of the flame would make them visibly glow some color anyway. The colour would have to be something beyond indigo. Or [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Far_red far red.]] The former case doesn't happen as hotter objects go from glowing red to glowing blue, but never beyond that. The latter case, where the glow is far red, is not generally called a flame but smoke.[[/note]] ([[AWizardDidIt Granted, most black flames are done through magic...]]) [[http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/18/Shuttle_Main_Engine_Test_Firing_cropped_edited_and_reduced.jpg Note that invisible (to the naked eye) flames are possible.]]

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This is TruthInTelevision: flames will appear blue if they reach high enough temperatures, and many pure elements burn in colors other than orange (copper, for example, burns green). The latter is a commonly used method of discovering the chemical composition of a substance (called a flame test). However, it should be noted that while fire can be made to burn most any color with the right chemicals, including colorless, a truly black flame(as opposed to a "black" flame that has a white core) is physically impossible.[[note]]Flames can absorb light and cast shadows due to particles like soot in the flame, but even if there are enough to block light, the heat of the flame would make them visibly glow some color anyway. The colour would have to be something beyond indigo. Or [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Far_red far red.]] The former case doesn't happen as hotter objects go from glowing red to glowing blue, but never beyond that. The latter case, where the glow is far red, is not generally called a flame but smoke.[[/note]] ([[AWizardDidIt Granted, most black flames are done through magic...]]) [[/note]]

[[http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/18/Shuttle_Main_Engine_Test_Firing_cropped_edited_and_reduced.jpg Note that invisible (to the naked eye) flames are possible.]]



** In the ending sequence all the colors of flame appear together, as if the graphics designer was showing off.

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** In the ending sequence sequence, a fire appears with all the colors of flame appear together, sages signature colors, as if the graphics designer was showing off.



** Luigi's fireballs are sometimes green.

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** In some games Luigi's fireballs are sometimes green.green to set them apart from Mario's red.



** A couple of Fire Pokémon's [[PaletteSwap Shiny colors]] may naturally change their flames' colors as well. Ponyta gets a nice blue mane, its evolved form Rapidash has fray flames, Magcargo has a purple-and-yellow flame coming out of its shell, Magmortar's entire body turns pink, and Emboar sports a blue beard.

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** A couple of Fire Pokémon's [[PaletteSwap Shiny colors]] may naturally change their flames' colors as well. Ponyta gets a nice blue mane, its evolved form Rapidash has fray gray flames, Magcargo has a purple-and-yellow flame coming out of its shell, Magmortar's entire body turns pink, shell; Magmar, Magmortar and Moltres are covered in pink fire, and Emboar sports a blue beard.mane.
18th Aug '16 2:35:01 AM Gorank
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This is TruthInTelevision: flames will appear blue if they reach high enough temperatures, and many pure elements burn in colors other than orange (copper, for example, burns green). The latter is a commonly used method of discovering the chemical composition of a substance (called a flame test). However, it should be noted that while fire can be made to burn most any color with the right chemicals, including colorless, a truly black flame(as opposed to a "black" flame that has a white core) is physically impossible.[[note]] Flames can absorb light and cast shadows due to particles like soot in the flame, but even if there are enough to block light, the heat of the flame would make them visibly glow some color anyway. The colour would have to be something beyond indigo. Or [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Far_red far red.]] The former case doesn't happen as hotter objects go from glowing red to glowing blue, but never beyond that. The latter case, where the glow is far red, is not generally called a flame but smoke.[[/note]] ([[AWizardDidIt Granted, most black flames are done through magic...]]) [[http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/18/Shuttle_Main_Engine_Test_Firing_cropped_edited_and_reduced.jpg Note that invisible (to the naked eye) flames are possible.]]

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This is TruthInTelevision: flames will appear blue if they reach high enough temperatures, and many pure elements burn in colors other than orange (copper, for example, burns green). The latter is a commonly used method of discovering the chemical composition of a substance (called a flame test). However, it should be noted that while fire can be made to burn most any color with the right chemicals, including colorless, a truly black flame(as opposed to a "black" flame that has a white core) is physically impossible.[[note]] Flames [[note]]Flames can absorb light and cast shadows due to particles like soot in the flame, but even if there are enough to block light, the heat of the flame would make them visibly glow some color anyway. The colour would have to be something beyond indigo. Or [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Far_red far red.]] The former case doesn't happen as hotter objects go from glowing red to glowing blue, but never beyond that. The latter case, where the glow is far red, is not generally called a flame but smoke.[[/note]] ([[AWizardDidIt Granted, most black flames are done through magic...]]) [[http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/18/Shuttle_Main_Engine_Test_Firing_cropped_edited_and_reduced.jpg Note that invisible (to the naked eye) flames are possible.]]
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