Fiery Redhead / Web Original
In , the rogue Vaetris has red hair and has quite a fiery personality.
The Gamer's Alliance Aptly-nicknamed Emily "Phoenix" Shifter from Orderly Chaos is a sweeter, girlier version who still packs plenty of passion into a little package.
Whateley Universe Fireball. Red hair, short temper. Oh, and that fire manifestation power. And she's Ax-Crazy.
Powerful mage Fey. Do not piss her off. Plus, when it comes to fire, no one else has what she has.
Palantir, of the Three Little Witches, who's learned to fight for her fair share.
Loophole, who screams when she's confrontational, like when she faced Freya, as seen in The Case of the Poisonous Patent:
Doc stormed into the Melville common room in a rage of biblical proportions. Her face was so flushed it was difficult to see where skin stopped and her brilliant scarlet hair started. "Freya!" she screamed as she entered, drawing every eye in the room. The object of her ire, the tall, shapely queen of the Alphas, turned without a care from her chess game by the fireplace, her ice blue eyes coolly regarding the enraged freshman that had burst into her court.
The Global Guardians PBEM Universe had Heatwave, a fire-wielding mutant Super Hero. When she turns on her powers, her red hair becomes fiery in the most literal sense of the word.
There are quite a lot of redheads in , and a fair portion of them fit. Examples include Survival of the Fittest Adam Dodd, Jimmy Brennan, Aileen Borden, Bridget Connolly, and Rob Jenkins.
Fanart for always has Tex with red hair. With her black armor, that's Red vs. Blue the only logical choice.
Also, Agent Carolina of Project Freelancer.
Two Best Friends Play Faun and Naole in .
Tasakeru Deirdre Rees from Night Hunters. Timid, but has potential.
Allison Pregler aka Lupa from That Guy with the Glasses, whose Genki Girl personality dips into deranged territory in crossovers. She's since dropped the costumes and funny voices since leaving TGWTG.
Lizzie Bennet of , especially when she gets worked up over the interpersonal drama dominating over her life.
The Lizzie Bennet Diaries Lyphia from leaves the protagonist tongue-tied the first time he sees her, and later rebukes him when he interrupts her mid-speech.
Mage Life Josh Hadley, co-host of , Radiodrome Lost in the Static, and, most appropriately, What the Fuck?!?. Best described as the Guy Gardner of internet radio.
When Chonny is acting as his ill-tempered mother for his videos, he dons a short, scraggly red wig.
Main character Austin of is generally stoic, but has been shown to have quite a proclivity for fighting when provoked. Antlers Colorado Word of God says that he only dyes his hair red, though.