Pyrokinetic Creature Creation
Create beings of fire.
The power to
create beings of fire or shape them to certain shapes.. Sub-power of Fire Attacks and Pyrokinetic Constructs. Variation of Elemental Entity Creation and Ergokinetic Creature Creation.
Fire Creature Conjure
Fire Entity Creation
Formulated Fire Blasts
User is able to create beings of fire or shape existing flames into wanted shapes and purposes. They can grant the beings varying levels of independence (controlled, automatons/programmed, semi-independent) and existence (momentary to permanent) and delete the creature once they are done with them.
May have limit for how independent the created beings can be.
May have a limit for how long the created beings exist.
May be unable to create fire, being limited to shaping from already existing sources.
Created beings' structural strength may be limited by the users will.
Usually vulnerable to water or ice-based attacks.
Shiki (Black Cat) creating the
Scorching Serpent, a flaming draconic snake that costs quite a bit of ki, but can incinerates anything.
Garudamon (Digimon) using his
Wing Blade attack to launch a powerful blast of fire as a bird.
Invoker (Dota 2) can mix fire and ice magic to create fire spirits to aid him in battle.
Sabin (Final Fantasy VI) can create flame clones of himself when performing his
Rising Phoenix blitz attack.
Vincent Crabbe (Harry Potter) using
Fiendfyre, cursed flames that come to life in the form of magical creatures, though his lack of mastery caused them to turn on him.
Hiruzen Sarutobi (Naruto) using
Fire Release: Fire Dragon Flame Bullet to create a flaming dragon that attacks in three directions.
Sasuke Uchiha (Naruto) using the
Fire Release: Great Dragon Fire Technique to fire off dragon head fireballs.
Sailor Mars (Sailor Moon) using
Fire Soul to create a flaming bird.
Hiei (Yu Yu Hakusho) using the flames of the underworld to create the
Dragon of the Darkness Flame.
Alan's (Marchen Awakens Romance) Nature ÄRM, Flame Dragon let's him create flames in the form of a dragon.