Fire is one of the three Starter elements in Elemental Battlegrounds. It's color palette consists of Red, Orange and Yellow. The symbol for Fire depicts a wavy flame/fire.
Fire is a distance magic and is based on heavy damage and gradual stall with a burn. Its spells are a mixture of fast and slow.
Fire costs 150 Diamonds if it is not a player's starting element.
The Fire Element is an element focused on heavy hitting, and slow reliable damage, allowing its user to reliably hold its own in a duel, while almost simultaneously having a power advantage over other basic elements, whether they're stalling, or trying to push past an opponent. As a beginner spell, it is the heaviest damage dealer out of the initial three, but lacks speed compared to the other two. Furthermore, fire offers one of the more unique sets of playstyle with its intriguing spells. Spells like Flame Body make you stronger and more speedy, while most of the other spells leave some type of lingering fire that it would be useful to trap opponents in. Due to this, in order to be an effective fire user, the learning curve is fairly steep if one wants to utilize its potential at its peak.
|Consecutive Fire Bullets|
|Spell 1 Type||Multi-Projectile|
|Spell 1 Description||"User fires low damage fire bullets that turn the area they touch on fire."|
|Spell 1 Info||This spell fires out many fire bullets that each deal 20-30 damage, with its lingering fire effect dealing a total of 15-20 damage. It consumes 200 Mana and has a 4-second cooldown, giving the player 20 exp every time it has been cast.|
|Spell 1 Picture|
|Great Fire Blast|
|Spell 2 Type||Projectile|
|Spell 2 Description||"User creates a high damage fireball that results in a wall of fire on impact"|
|Spell 2 Info||A slow Fireball is fired, creating an explosion and lingering fire that will do burn damage, dealing around 250-438 damage. This spell consumes 250 Mana with a 7-second cooldown. It gives the player 25 experience every time it has been cast.|
|Spell 2 Picture|
|Spell 3 Type||Area of Effect|
|Spell 3 Description||"Users' mouse cursor erupts in a column of fire that deals a medium amount of damage and issues a quick stun"|
|Spell 3 Info||A fire column erupts on the selected area, stunning and burning players hit by it, dealing 150-250 damage on initial impact & 15-25 in burn damage. It consumes 300 mana and has a 10-second cooldown. It gives the player 30 exp every time it has been cast.|
|Spell 3 Picture|
|Spell 4 Type||Body|
|Spell 4 Description||"User transforms on fire and becomes unable to take burn damage. While on fire, your moves will be stronger and damaging other players or receiving damage from opponents will result in a speed boost"|
|Spell 4 Info||The player’s avatar turns a goldish color, increasing damage by around 32%, and giving the caster a speed boost whenever they deal or take damage. The caster is also not take any fire damage from any attacks. This consumes 400 mana and lasts for 30 seconds while having a 50 second cooldown. Every casting gives the player 40 exp.|
|Spell 4 Picture|
|Spell 5 Type||Ultimate|
|Spell 5 Description||"User begins erupting multiple columns of fire leading up to an obliterating fire explosion that deals massive damage"|
|Spell 5 Info||A large circle is summoned under the caster, releasing flames that appear around them. Columns of fire erupt, and a massive explosion occurs, dealing 400-600 dmg, with the burn dealing an additional 50-70. This consumes 1000 mana and has a 90 second cooldown. It gives the player 100 exp for every casting.|
|Spell 5 Picture|
|Fusion Element||Element 1||Element 2||Overall cost of getting the fusion element (diamonds)|
|Lava||Fire||Earth||150 + 300 = 450|
|Plasma||Fire||Storm||150 + 300 = 450|
- The Great Fire Blast was the first spell developed and completed in Elemental Battlegrounds. Its riding feature was intentionally implemented, and will remain a feature in the future. "Fireball was the first ever move created in [Elemental Battlegrounds][,] and we discovered the riding "feature" and intentionally left it in the game, yes." - mygame43.
- Due to how projectiles are handled in ROBLOX, spells like Great Fire Blast and Consecutive Fire Bullets could slightly move their target or trip them, depending on the angle the projectile hits.
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