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* Bilbo's narration from the beginning of the first ''[[Film/TheHobbitAnUnexpectedJourney Hobbit]]'' movie, talking about what Hobbit homes are about: "Good food, a warm hearth, and all the comforts of home."

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* Bilbo's narration from In ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'', when Helen and the beginning of kids are stranded on the first ''[[Film/TheHobbitAnUnexpectedJourney Hobbit]]'' movie, talking about what Hobbit homes are about: "Good food, villain's island, they hide out in a warm hearth, cave and all build a campfire (if for no other reason, so they can at least see each other in the comforts of home."night).



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* Bilbo's narration from the beginning of the first ''[[Film/TheHobbitAnUnexpectedJourney Hobbit]]'' movie, talking about what Hobbit homes are about: "Good food, a warm hearth, and all the comforts of home."
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'', when Helen and the kids are stranded on the villain's island, they hide out in a cave and build a campfire (if for no other reason, so they can at least see each other in the night).

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'', when Helen and PC treasures Inc. publishes the kids DVD ''Fireside Reflections'', which is a video of a fireplace to be played on a television set. It's also available as a screensaver.
* Hours-long videos of crackling fireplaces, with our without accompanying music,
are stranded on the villain's island, they hide out in a cave and build a campfire (if for no other reason, so they can at least see each other in the night).all over Youtube. They're [[FunForSome surprisingly effective]].



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* PC treasures Inc. publishes the DVD ''Fireside Reflections'', which is a video of a fireplace to be played on a television set. It's also available as a screensaver.
* Hours-long videos of crackling fireplaces, with our without accompanying music, are all over Youtube. They're [[FunForSome surprisingly effective]].
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* In ''Manga/TheNightmareBeforeChristmasZerosJourney'', Jouelle has one running while she reads to Zero. As most of the comic takes place in Christmas Town, a few more are seen throughout the story.

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* ''Fanfic/ADiplomaticVisit'': In chapter 20, Slice n' Dice hosts a weekly bonfire party at her farm, in which the locals get to meet up, hang out, chat, tell stories and generally have a good time; these gatherings happened even before she moved there, but she's volunteered to host it ever since. Twilight and her friends get to attend, and really enjoy themselves.
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* The 3rd timeline ''Franchise/TombRaider'' games have this (Called base camps) for Lara Croft where she can change clothes, customize weapons, fast travel to other discovered base camps etc.

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* The 3rd timeline ''Franchise/TombRaider'' games have this (Called base camps) for Lara Croft where she can change clothes, customize weapons, fast travel to other discovered base camps etc. The first time you visit a particular fire you'll usually get a sentence or two from Lara, implying she's gathering her thoughts like the player.

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* ''VideoGame/SpiritsOfAnglerwoodForest'': Fire is associated with safety and warmth throughout the game. The main mechanic revolves around lighting lanterns found around the forest and the light from the lantern fire protects you from the forest spirits. Any time a character offers Edgar shelter, a fire is often mentioned or shown. Most levels has Edgar returning to his campfire to rest for the night.

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* Hours-long videos of crackling fireplaces, with our without accompanying music, are all over Youtube. They're [[FunForSome surprisingly effective]].


This is where a fireplace represents comfort, companionship and rest. Might be found at a GoodGuyBar or a BigFancyHouse. Or at an [[YouAllMeetInAnInn inn]].

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This is where a fireplace or bonfire represents comfort, companionship and rest. Might be found at a GoodGuyBar or a BigFancyHouse. Or at an [[YouAllMeetInAnInn inn]].

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* In ''VideoGame/RedDeadRedemption2'', Arthur can sit by the fire when in camp, as do most of the rest of the gang at various times. Arthur can also build campfires when he's out on his own, which allow him to sleep (and save the game), cook food, or craft ammunition.

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* The 3rd timeline ''Franchise/TombRaider'' games have this (Called base camps) for Lara Croft where she can change clothes, customize weapons, fast travel to other discovered base camps etc.


* [[OurDragonsAreDifferent Kantri]] in ''Literature/TalesOfKolmar'' lighting fires for humans is repeatedly portrayed as a kind and friendly act. In ''The Lesser Kindred'' Kedra lights a fire for his father, who sits and wallows in it contentedly - Kantri can't be harmed by wood fire, so it's more like a hot bath to them.

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* [[OurDragonsAreDifferent Kantri]] in ''Literature/TalesOfKolmar'' In ''Literature/TalesOfKolmar'', lighting fires for humans is is, for [[OurDragonsAreDifferent Kantri]], repeatedly portrayed as a kind and friendly act. In ''The Lesser Kindred'' Kedra lights a fire for his father, who sits and wallows in it contentedly - Kantri can't be harmed by wood fire, so it's more like a hot bath to them.


* In ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'', Kairi's home world is introduced with a pan up from the fire. The symbolism of home is obvious.

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* In ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'', ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsI'', Kairi's home world homeworld is introduced with a pan up from the fire. The symbolism of home is obvious.

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* ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'' lets Link sit at a fireplace until certain parts of the day. The old man serving as a tutorial help mentions how calming and relaxing the act can be, [[LampshadeHanging often forgetting that time is passing]].


* Toriel's home in VideoGame/{{Undertale}} has a cozy fireplace in the living room where Toriel sits and reads to you. If you check the fire, you'll find that it's actually impossible for you to get burned by it, being a [[PlayingWithFire product of Toriel's fire magic.]]



* Toriel's home in VideoGame/{{Undertale}} has a cozy fireplace in the living room where Toriel sits and reads to you. If you check the fire, you'll find that it's actually impossible for you to get burned by it, being a [[PlayingWithFire product of Toriel's fire magic.]]

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* Toriel's home in VideoGame/{{Undertale}} has a cozy fireplace in the living room where Toriel sits and reads to you. If you check the fire, you'll find that it's actually impossible for you to get burned by it, being a [[PlayingWithFire product of Toriel's fire magic.]]



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*Toriel's home in VideoGame/{{Undertale}} has a cozy fireplace in the living room where Toriel sits and reads to you. If you check the fire, you'll find that it's actually impossible for you to get burned by it, being a [[PlayingWithFire product of Toriel's fire magic.]]

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