The ability to
generate fire from within oneself and release it from their mouth. Sub-power of Fire Attacks. Variation of Elemental Breath and Energy Breath. Not to be confused with Combustion Inducement.
The user is able to manipulate the fire in their lungs in a way that allows them to shape the exhaling of fire. These shapes can include bursts of fire, streams of fire, spheres made of fire, etc. from the mouth. Users have thermal resistance in their throats and mouths.
Unless they have resistance/immunity, the user risks harming themselves.
May be weak against cold-based powers.
Fire-Salt ( Steven Universe)
Dragon Talisman ( Jackie Chan Adventure)
Superspicy Curry ( Super Smash Bros. series)
Word Walls ( Skyrim)
Aldrich Killian (Iron Man 3) breathing fire.
Gargos (Killer Instinct 2)
Bowser breathing fire in Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Duncan (Firebreather) being a half human and half Kaiju has the power to breathe fire.
Jafar (Aladdin) breathing fire.
Patrick Donovan once accidentally melted a mirror with his fiery breath.
The Dragon Warlock (Charmed)
Reshiram (Pokemon) using a signature move known as
Kyoko Kirisaki (Black Cat) using her
Heat to produce a fireball.
Largo (One Piece) breathing out a
Very Fire Net.
Hyottoko (Rurouni Kenshin) placed a 9 liter oil bag in his gut, and can breath fire with a deep exhale and his flint teeth.
Sasuke Uchiha (Naruto) breathing fire.
Godzilla using his Atomic Flame.
Ninetails (Pokemon) using
Houndoom (Pokemon) using a toxin-fueled
Flareon (Pokemon) using
Mega Charizard X (Pokemon Origins) using
Red-Eyes Black Dragon (Yu-Gi-Oh!) using
Black Fire Bullet.
Fire Salt (Steven Universe) is a Gem dust that, should a human ingest it, causes them to spit fire uncontrollably.
Superspicy Curry (Super Smash Bros. series) is a dish that, should anyone ingest it, causes them to spit fire uncontrollably.
Natsu Dragneel (Fairy Tail) using Fire Dragon's Roar.
Alexandrite (Steven Universe)
Lavagirl (Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl) sneezes fire.
Hirudegarn (Dragon Ball Z: Wrath of the Dragon) using his