Quotes: Kill It with Fire
"Fuego, Pyrofuego! BURN!"
Fire was the weapon of choice when it came to combat magic. Though it was taxing upon the will and stamina of the wizard, it got a lot of energy concentrated into a relatively small space. It illuminated darkness, something that was nearly always to a wizard's advantage, and it hurt.
Every living thing had at least a healthy respect, if not outright fear of fire. Even more to the point, fire was a purifying force in its non-physical aspect. Dark magic could be consumed and destroyed by fire when used with that intent.
Sometimes it's better to light a flamethrower than curse the darkness.
— Dan Forden
, Mortal Kombat II
after performing Scorpion's trademark Fatality Hint
"Let's throw him in the fire", said Thomas, "and that'll be that."
It's as true now as when I started adventuring - "when in doubt, set something on fire."
WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS USE FIRE.
(Burn, let it burn) Disco Inferno! (Burn, let it burn) Burn that mother down!
— The Trammps, "Disco Inferno"
By fire be purged!
— Kael'thas Sunstrider
, Blood Mage, Warcraft 3
The divine flames that I've absorbed will burn you to a crisp with nuclear energy
and leave nothing behind!
You must kill them all. Use fire.
AAAH! BURN IT! Send it to HELL!
But we have flamethrowers. And what this indicates to me, it means that at some point, some person said to himself: "Gee, I'd sure like to set those people on fire over there, but I'm way too far away to get the job done. If only I had something to throw
flame on them..."
Burn, you bastards. Burn.
All burn. Children burn fastest. Less fat.
Won't stop until they keep moving. and burning. Some escaped. Still burning.
"Mac wants the flamethrower!"
Burninating all the peoples in the thatched-roof cottages!
Homer: Is there anything you can prescribe, doctor?
Dr. Hibbert: Fire! And lots of it!
Marge: Oh, that's your cure for everything.
Elder: So why are you worried? If anything gets in your way just light them on fire. Fire solves everything.
Flamethrowers...We'll burn 'em
"Of the four classical elements
, fire is by far the most primal. The most challenging. The most dangerous. The most transforming. The most visceral. The most fun. Seriously, which enemies would cower in their tracks if you appeared in front of them and proclaimed yourself to be a great water wizard?
"I don't have to explain how to use [the Dragon Gun
], do I?
You point the scary end at something that isn't burning and you FIX THE PROBLEM."
"Guns are useless, so are knives. Basically...we've got to torch the sucker."