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Breath Weapon: Live-Action TV
  • Vypra in Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue could breathe blue fire into her hands and then launch it from them.
    • Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers: Various monsters can breathe fire and other dangerous things, the Mastodon Dinozord can snort freezing mist out its trunk, Titanus can launch energy balls from his mouth, Lokar's Breath of Doom can upgrade monsters and cause major property damage, the Red Dragon Thunderzord can breathe fire, the Tigerzord can shoot Energy Balls from the tiger head when in warrior mode, Serpentera can fire an energy attack from its mouth (this was once used to vaporize a planet, although Serpentera has not been able to build up sufficient power since), the Frog Ninjazord breathes fire, and the Falconzord shoots laser bolts from its mouth. Additionally, in Zyuranger Bandora can exhale strong winds.
    • Yamiror from Power Rangers Samurai breathes out poison gas.
  • Several monsters in the Ultraman series. Much like the Godzilla entry, far too numerous to count here.
  • Before the disastrous Re Tool, Kamen Rider Hibiki could shoot flame from his mouth. Assumedly, this ability was removed because it was too Nightmare Fuelish.
  • Sheeyangs in Farscape can spit fire. Unfortunately, the same biological quirks that allow them to do this also mean that they explode violently when shot.
    • Though most Scarrans prefer to emit their deadly heat-beams from their hands, at least one showed he was able to project it from his mouth while speaking.
  • Female Raxacoricofallapatorians from Doctor Who can breathe poison from their lungs as a defense mechanism. One tried it on the Doctor. It didn't work.
  • Alex from Wizards of Waverly Place uses wind element magic from her mouth on Justin in The Movie.

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