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Fallout

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A Flambe 450 model flamethrower, varmiter variation. Fires a short spray of extremely hot, flammable liquid. Requires specialized fuel to work properly.

The Flamer or Flamethrower is a big gun in Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout 3, Fallout Tactics and Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel. They were also going to appear in Van Buren and it can be found in the Van Buren tech demo.

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Fallout and Fallout 2

Flamer
File:Flamethrower.gif
damage: 40 - 90
damage type: Fire
attack modes:
Burst (AP: 6, R: 5)
burst rounds: 1
ammo Type Flamethrower Fuel
ammo capacity: 5
min. Strength: 6
hands req.: 2
weight: 18 pounds
value: $2000
prototype id: 11

Can be upgraded into an Improved Flamer in Fallout 2.

Fallout 3

Flamer
Attack statistics
dmg/attack: 16 (24) + 2 (3) for 5s effect
DPS: 128 (192) + 2 (3) effect
attacks/sec: 8
# of projectiles: 1
spread: 0.5
related perks:
Pyromaniac
(+ 8 + 1 effect)
Criticals
crit dmg: 1
crit chance: x 0.5 (unmodified: 4)
Ammunition
ammo type: Flamer Fuel
ammo per shot: 1
ammo capacity: 60
shots/reload: 60
Other
skill: Big Guns
AP: 50
item HP: 200
repair: Flamer
weight: 15
value: 500
base id: 0000432D
xx003f42(sim version)

It should be noted that big guns, such as the Minigun and the Flamer, are still pretty effective in Fallout 3 at closer ranges even if the player has no Big Guns skill thanks to the game's first-person shooter design.

The Flamer is by far the most effective Big Gun for close-quarters action, as it doesn't have as much warm-up as the Minigun or the risk-to-self of the Missile Launcher or Fat Man. The Flamer is fairly common, as is its ammo, which can be found on any Mr. Gutsy and in many stores.

Variants

  • Burnmaster - This Flamer deals exactly 50% more damage than the regular Flamer. However, it isn't affected by Pyromaniac, making the regular Flamer just as effective for players who have taken the perk.
  • Rapid-Torch Flamer (Broken Steel add-on) - The Rapid-Torch Flamer is identical to the regular Flamer in every way except that it has no warm-up period; like a normal gun, it will fire when you click the attack button, whereas the regular takes a few moments to fire from idle. This makes it slightly better at conserving ammunition.
  • Slo-Burn Flamer (Broken Steel add-on) - Similar to the Rapid-Torch Flamer, the Slo-Burn Flamer has no warm-up period. It also does more damage than an ordinary Flamer. The trade-off is that it uses three times as much ammo.

Notes

  • A sneak attack critical, or a fatal critical strike, with the flamer (as with all fire based weapons) results in the targets body being vaporized, leaving only the torso intact. If the PC has Bloody Mess the torso may also become discombobulated. It should also be noted that anything annihilated by a critical strike will also create a small firestorm explosion similar to a Frag Grenade, posing a slight threat to anyone within a few meters of the target.
  • As shown on the weapons page the flamer will do the same damage as the Burnmaster if the PC has the Pyromaniac perk, but will have an extra damage point on a critical (+1 for Burnmaster, +2 for flamer with pyromaniac) making it pointless to get the Burnmaster.
  • Because of the pilot light on the front end of the Flamer (or any other variation of the Flamer) this weapon can accidentally ignite lingering gas vapors similar to the Shishkebab. Be cautious when having the Flamer drawn in an area with gas vapors especially if the gas is used for something (Gold Ribbon Grocers)
  • The Superior Defender and Ghoul Ecology perks both work with these weapons, combining them with the Pyromaniac perk and 100 Big Guns skill makes flamers absolutely devastating in your hands.
  • This version is based on the M2 flamethrowers used by Americans in the Pacific during World War II. This is the only version that has any basis on a real weapon.

Fallout Tactics

Flamer
File:Flamerfot.jpg
damage: 45 - 90
damage type: Fire
attack modes:
Burst (AP: 6, R: 35)
burst rounds: 1
ammo Type Flamethrower Fuel
ammo capacity: 5
min. Strength: 6
hands req.: 2
weight: 28 pounds
value: N/A
The following is based on Fallout Tactics and some details might contradict canon.
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Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel

Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel weapon
Flamethrower
File:Flamethrower FalloutBOS.gif
damage: 2 - 11
damage type: Fire
ammo Type Flamethrower Fuel
hands req.: 2
value: $600
The following is based on Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel and has not been confirmed by canon sources.
Use the Flamethrower to burn down an advancing enemy or torch a group of marauders. They'll continue to burn for a few moments after you've let off the trigger, but be careful. That's a gas can strapped to your back now.

A good weapon for Chapter 1, it unveils its full potential against several enemies.

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Van Buren

Flamethrower
File:FlamerVanBuren.png
damage: 45 - 90
damage type: Fire
attack modes:
Burst (AP: 15, R: 5)
burst rounds: 1
ammo Type Flamethrower Fuel
ammo capacity: 5
min. Strength: N/A
hands req.: 2
weight: N/A
value: N/A

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Quistis Trepe using Fire Breath on a Grat.

Flamethrower, also known as Flame Thrower, Fire Breath, or Flame Breath, is a recurring ability, usually a Blue Magic spell in the Final Fantasy series. It consists of dealing Fire damage to one or all enemies. It also appears as a weapon used by enemies and a type of auto-gun.

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Final Fantasy III

Fire Breath is an enemy ability in Final Fantasy III and deals Fire-elemental damage.

Final Fantasy IV

Flamethrower is an enemy ability which can be used by Dr. Lugae.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

Flamethrower is an enemy ability which can be used by several enemies and inflicts moderate Fire-Elemental damage to all characters. The boss, Agart Turtle, use this ability in Rydia's Tale.

Final Fantasy V

Flamethrower, also known as Emission and Burn Ray, deals Fire damage to one target. A Blue Mage or anyone with the "Learning" ability can learn Flamethrower from the Prototype, Flame Thrower, Mecha Head, Omega, Omega Mk.II, Triton, Great Dragon, Azulmagia, Claret Dragon, and Mindflayer enemies.

The Flame Thrower is an enemy auto-gun in the game.

Final Fantasy VII

Flame Thrower is the weakest of Enemy Skills learned in Final Fantasy VII. It is merely a slightly more powerful version of the spell Fire, but can only hit a single target and costs 10 MP. Flame Thrower can be obtained earliest from Ark Dragons in Mythril Mines, and later from the regular Dragons in Mt. Nibel.

Final Fantasy VIII

Fire Breath is a Blue Magic that Quistis can learn by using an Inferno Fang. It deals Fire-elemental damage to all enemies, and its magic power varies depending on Quistis' Crisis Level:

  • Crisis Level 1: 70
  • Crisis Level 2: 90
  • Crisis Level 3: 100
  • Crisis Level 4: 120

Final Fantasy X

One of Kimahri Ronso's Ronso Rage Overdrives, Fire Breath, it deals moderate Fire-elemental damage. Fafnir can use this, as well as Yenke Ronso.

The Flame Breath ability is a non-Blue Magic variant that does mostly the same. Mushussu's version of this ability only hits one target however.

In addition, the enemies Fallen Monk and Warrior Monk both have ranks which wield the flamethrower and can torch the entire party for Fire-elemental damage.

Final Fantasy X-2

Fire Breath returns as a Gun Mage skill, inflicting Fire damage to all members of a target party. Fire Breath is used by Balivarha.

Flame Breath is a stronger variant of Fire Breath, not a Blue Magic spell, and used by Claret Dragon, Flame Dragon, and Zalamander.

Flamethrower is another enemy ability, the weakest of the three, and can be used by Yevon Defenders and the Yevon's Finest enemies.

Final Fantasy XII

Flame Breath is an enemy Technick which deals Fire-elemental damage.

Final Fantasy Tactics

The Dragonkin can use the Fire Breath ability in Final Fantasy Tactics. It can deal Fire-elemental damage to targets.

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

Dragoons from Final Fantasy Tactics Advance can use Fire Breath. It deals Fire-elemental damage in a T area in front of unit.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift

Dragoons appear with the Fire Breath ability again in Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift. Once again it deals Fire-elemental damage in a T area in front of unit.

Final Fantasy Mystic Quest

Fire Breath is an enemy-ability exclusive to the Dualhead Hydra. It does Fire-elemental damage to both characters.

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GTA

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Grand Theft Wiki

The icon in GTA III
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The Flamethrower in Grand Theft Auto III.
The Flametrhower in Grand Theft Auto Vice City, San Andreas, Liberty City Stories and Vice City Stories.
Toni Cipriani with a flamethrower.

The flamethrower is a mechanical device designed to project a long controllable stream of fire. This weapon has appeared in every Grand Theft Auto game since the first Grand Theft Auto, except in Grand Theft Auto IV, The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony. It is classified as a Heavy Weapon in the later editions. The Grand Theft Auto III rendition of the flamethrower is based somewhat on the US Army M2-2 flamethrower, albeit lacking a backpack fuel tank, and adopting a rifle like design. The renditions after GTA III are not based on any known flamethrower design, but they may be homebuilt.

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Effects

The flamethrower can do damage over a large area. Any vehicles or pedestrians will be instantly set on fire within range. Most pedestrians usually die when lit on fire and only the healthiest car will survive the fire. Fire can be put out by the fire hose on a Firetruck or, in GTA San Andreas, with a Fire Extinguisher. Special vehicles that are fireproofed will be immune from damage from the flamethrower. It is one of the two only weapons that can destroy a Rhino.

The flames from the flamethrower will only damage vehicles and pedestrians. In GTA San Andreas only, the flames can be created on the ground and can spread, making the fire extremely hard to put out if one is started with the flamethrower, even if only one little flame was made to start out with. The flames on the ground will not affect pedestrians but can affect vehicles and the player. If a pedestrian catches on fire, the pedestrian will usually run wildly until his or her death.

Appearances

Flamethrowers are mainly used in rampages and kill frenzies in Grand Theft Auto 2, Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories. In GTA 2, a Fire Truck is equipped with the flamethrower in the mission Flame-It! (Fire Truck Fun!). In GTA San Andreas, the flamethrower is prominently used in the mission Are You Going to San Fierro? where Carl Johnson uses a flamethrower to destroy The Truth's crops in Leafy Hollow. In GTA Liberty City Stories, it is used in the mission Friggin' the Riggin', in where Toni Cipriani uses a flamethrower collected from Phil Cassidy's Fully Cocked Gun Shop to destroy fake ballot papers, Forelli Family members and vans and two printing machines. In GTA Vice City Stories, it is used in the mission Light My Pyre by Armando Mendez, who uses a flamethrower to confront and kill Victor Vance, who ends up killing Armando in the end.

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Grand Theft Auto III

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City

Grand Theft Auto Advance

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories

  • Prawn Island - Spawns in the edge of an alley, above it is a Red Balloon and by the alley itself is a Burrito parked. It also appears at each safehouse after popping 70 red ballons.

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Halo

Up to date as of February 08, 2010

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Flamethrower can refer to two weapons, used by the UNSC:


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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

"Fill your enemies with primal fear, then fill their lungs with fire!"
―Ancient Gand proverb
A flamethrower burning an Ithorian and a Rodian

A flamethrower or flame projector was a weapon which fired a burning stream of liquid or gas. They were useful in close-quarters combat and attacks against caves and bunkers. They were also effective in boarding operations. During the Clone Wars, the clone blaze troopers had massive flamethrowers capable of melting most materials.

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Jango Fett using a flamethrower against Mace Windu during the Battle of Geonosis

Because of their usefulness, flamethrowers were sometimes used by bounty hunters; most notably Durge and Jango and Boba Fett. Also, certain models of assassin droids were equipped with flamethrowers; such as ASN-121, IG-88, and L8-L9, which used a flamethrower that fired balls of flame rather than a spray of fire. Flamethrowers had advantages against lightsaber wielding adversaries such as Jedi because the fiery spray is not as easily (if at all) blocked as blaster fire.

During the Jedi Civil War, Revan may have purchased droid flamethrowers for his two droids, HK-47 and T3-M4, for use during his quest for the Star Forge.

The Empire and the Corporate Sector occasionally used flamethrowers against rioters, due to their horrific and demoralizing effects.

Some ARC Troopers integrated miniature flamethrowers into one of the gauntlets on their armor.

The Mandalorian Walon Vau had a very powerful flamethrower that he took from a flame trooper that was said to be able to melt droids.

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  • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
  • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords
  • Star Wars: The Old Republic
  • Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace
  • Star Wars Episode I Racer
  • Prototypes
  • Jango Fett: Open Seasons
  • Star Wars: Bounty Hunter
  • Jedi Quest: The Shadow Trap
  • Jedi Quest: The Changing of the Guard
  • Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones
  • Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones junior novel
  • Star Wars: Battlefront II
  • Star Wars: Clone Wars – "Chapter 6"
  • Boba Fett: Hunted
  • Clone Wars Chapter 8
  • Republic Commando: Triple Zero
  • Republic Commando: True Colors
  • MedStar II: Jedi Healer (Mentioned only)
  • Star Wars: The Clone Wars novel
  • Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Landing at Point Rain"
  • Yoda: Dark Rendezvous
  • Means and Ends
  • "Descent"
  • The Last of the Jedi: Dark Warning
  • "A Two-Edged Sword" - Star Wars Insider 85
  • Star Wars Galaxies
  • Star Wars: Empire at War
  • Star Wars: Empire at War: Forces of Corruption
  • Vader's Quest
  • Boba Fett ½: Salvage
  • X-wing Rogue Squadron: The Rebel Opposition
  • Boba Fett: Twin Engines of Destruction
  • Children of the Jedi
  • Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy
  • Revenants

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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

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File:Flamethrower.gif
This creature is in the Misc class.
Flamethrower

-- Hit points
-- Experience points per kill

Summon/Convince: --/--
Abilities: Fire Attack (0-100).
Pushable: ?
Push Objects: ?
Est. Max. Damage: 100 hp per turn
Immune To: Physical, Holy, Death, Fire, Energy, Ice, Earth, Drown, Life Drain, Invisibility, Paralysis, Drunkenness
Strong To:
Neutral To:
Weak To:
Sounds: None.
Behavior: Flamethrowers shoot Fire Attacks at their targets. They are fixed in position, unable to move.
Field Notes: None.
Location: Inside some Ankrahmun Tombs.
Strategy: Get away from them as fast as you can. They rarely retargets. If you are killing a pharaoh, get a blocker to absorb damage. You may also use a Demon Skeleton/Fire Devil/Fire Elemental to block the damage, because they are immune to Fire-Based Attacks.
Loot: Won't give any loot because you can't kill them. (Create loot statistics)
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City of Heroes

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