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  • The Breath of Fire series only had minor appearances alongside the Mega Man series in video games, such as cards in the SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters series and Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, and costumes of Mega Man, Roll, Mega Man Volnutt and Tron Bonne in Breath of Fire 6. Characters from Breath of Fire III appear in the Archie Comics crossover Worlds Unite.
  • Die Drachenodem-Wiki ist die erste deutschsprachige Wiki zu der japanischen Computer-Rollenspielreihe „Breath of Fire“ von Capcom.
  • Breath of Fire is a monk ability learned at level 18 for those with the Brewmaster specialization. It is significantly more powerful if enemies are under the effects of [Dizzying Haze]. Dizzying Haze can also be applied via [Keg Smash].
  • Breath of Fire was the most Basic Pyrus Fighting Style in Bakugan Dimensions. This Style's Cover Move is Searing Blast.
  • Full: Create Breath of Fire at target foe's current location. For 5 seconds, foes adjacent to that location are struck for 10...34 fire damage each second. Concise: Deals 10...34 fire damage each second (5 seconds). Hits foes adjacent to target's initial location. __TOC__
  • Breath of Fire may refer to the following pages: * Breath of Fire: the first game of the Breath of Fire Series. * Breath of Fire:is a series by Capcom.
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  • The Dark Dragons continue to hunt their longtime enemies, the Light Dragons, and have driven them into isolation. Unbeknownst to the Dark Dragons, the Light Dragon Clan sealed away their dragon powers long ago. The game's protagonist, Ryu, is living peacefully in a village of Light Dragons survivors. Ryu was orphaned when he was young and was raised by his sister, Sara, a priestess who can summon powerful magic. One night, he dreams of a dragon that warns him of impending danger; he awakens to find his village has been set ablaze. Sara uses her magic to draw the Dark Dragons away from Ryu and the other villagers, but he is taken prisoner.
  • Breath of Fire contains a number of unused items in the ROM that can be hacked into your inventory via Game Genie codes. They include: Coach - If you try to use this item, you will get a message saying that only a very strong person can pull the coach. This item will do nothing, even if you put Ox or Doof at the front of your party. DrWarp - This is a developmental item that will allow your party to warp to any location in the game. It was mistakenly left on the list of items that came with the game. Oath - Despite what its description says, this item's intended purpose is unknown.
  • Breath of Fire (Japanese: ブレスオブファイア Hepburn: Buresu obu Faia) is a long-running console Eastern role-playing video game series developed by Capcom. It originated on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1993. The series is notable for its recurring characters and ambiguous continuity; though each game is its own self-contained story, the names of the two lead characters are, invariably, Ryu and Nina. Each game features:
  • Breath of Fire, also known as Breath of Fire: The Dragon Warrior (ブレスオブファイア 竜の戦士, Buresu obu Faia Ryū no Senshi?) is produced by Tokuro Fujiwara, and is the first entry in the Breath of Fire series of console role-playing games. Developed by Capcom in 1993 for the Super Famicom, it was licensed a year later by Squaresoft (now Square Enix) for release in North America. In 2001, Capcom independently re-released the game for the Game Boy Advance worldwide.
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  • 18
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  • Instant
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  • 1.0
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  • Brew
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  • Antimatzist
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  • Cone
Key
  • E
Startdatum
  • 2062008
Platform
  • Game Boy Advance
  • Wii U
  • Super NES
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  • None
Status
  • Inaktiv
CD
  • 5
Name
  • Breath of Fire
Type
  • Offensive
Katakana
  • ブレスオブファイア
Romaji
  • Buresu obu Faia
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  • 8.0
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  • Burning for X Fire damage.
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  • Magic
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  • Brewmaster
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  • ja
Description
  • Breathe a cone of flames, dealing 99.84 damage. Enemies soaked in Brew are set on fire, dealing 99.84 damage over 3 seconds.
  • Targets in front of the caster take x Fire damage. If affected by Dizzying Haze, they will also burn for x Fire damage over 8 sec.
  • Your Breath of Fire spell now always applies its damage over time effect to the target.
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  • 2
  • 30
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School
Release
  • Game Boy Advance
  • Super NES
  • --04-03
  • --08-10
  • --12-14
  • --07-06
  • --12-13
Developer
  • Capcom
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Publisher
  • JP: Capcom
  • EU: Ubisoft
  • NA: Capcom
  • NA: Square Soft
Requirements
  • Requires Ox Stance
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  • Breath of Fire, also known as Breath of Fire: The Dragon Warrior (ブレスオブファイア 竜の戦士, Buresu obu Faia Ryū no Senshi?) is produced by Tokuro Fujiwara, and is the first entry in the Breath of Fire series of console role-playing games. Developed by Capcom in 1993 for the Super Famicom, it was licensed a year later by Squaresoft (now Square Enix) for release in North America. In 2001, Capcom independently re-released the game for the Game Boy Advance worldwide. Breath of Fire takes place in the years following a great civil war between the Light and Dark Dragon clans. The Light Dragons are dwindling, reduced to hiding in small villages. The protagonist is Ryu, a young Light Dragon who awakens one night to find his home set on fire by Dark Dragons. After his sister is captured in the attack, Ryu sets off to rescue her. In the process, he joins a race to uncover seven mystical keys, before the Dark Dragons can use them to unlock a goddess of destruction.
  • The Breath of Fire series only had minor appearances alongside the Mega Man series in video games, such as cards in the SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters series and Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, and costumes of Mega Man, Roll, Mega Man Volnutt and Tron Bonne in Breath of Fire 6. Characters from Breath of Fire III appear in the Archie Comics crossover Worlds Unite.
  • The Dark Dragons continue to hunt their longtime enemies, the Light Dragons, and have driven them into isolation. Unbeknownst to the Dark Dragons, the Light Dragon Clan sealed away their dragon powers long ago. The game's protagonist, Ryu, is living peacefully in a village of Light Dragons survivors. Ryu was orphaned when he was young and was raised by his sister, Sara, a priestess who can summon powerful magic. One night, he dreams of a dragon that warns him of impending danger; he awakens to find his village has been set ablaze. Sara uses her magic to draw the Dark Dragons away from Ryu and the other villagers, but he is taken prisoner. The Dark Dragon Emperor, Zog, has announced that it is the birthright of the Dark Dragons to conquer the planet. Zog intends to release Myria by assembling the six Goddess keys. Ryu leaves the village and embarks on a quest to collect the keys before Zog can.
  • Die Drachenodem-Wiki ist die erste deutschsprachige Wiki zu der japanischen Computer-Rollenspielreihe „Breath of Fire“ von Capcom.
  • Breath of Fire is a monk ability learned at level 18 for those with the Brewmaster specialization. It is significantly more powerful if enemies are under the effects of [Dizzying Haze]. Dizzying Haze can also be applied via [Keg Smash].
  • Breath of Fire was the most Basic Pyrus Fighting Style in Bakugan Dimensions. This Style's Cover Move is Searing Blast.
  • Breath of Fire contains a number of unused items in the ROM that can be hacked into your inventory via Game Genie codes. They include: Coach - If you try to use this item, you will get a message saying that only a very strong person can pull the coach. This item will do nothing, even if you put Ox or Doof at the front of your party. DrWarp - This is a developmental item that will allow your party to warp to any location in the game. It was mistakenly left on the list of items that came with the game. ExpBug - Though this item appears to have no function, its name suggests that it may have been something that increased the amount of experience points you'd earn from a battle. Oath - Despite what its description says, this item's intended purpose is unknown. Placebo - This item's intended purpose is also unknown. Placebo is a sham medicine in real life, so it is possible that this would work like a healing item. Whiskers - The purpose of the whiskers is unknown, although you can carry them in groups of up to nine like other healing items.
  • Full: Create Breath of Fire at target foe's current location. For 5 seconds, foes adjacent to that location are struck for 10...34 fire damage each second. Concise: Deals 10...34 fire damage each second (5 seconds). Hits foes adjacent to target's initial location. __TOC__
  • Breath of Fire may refer to the following pages: * Breath of Fire: the first game of the Breath of Fire Series. * Breath of Fire:is a series by Capcom.
  • Breath of Fire (Japanese: ブレスオブファイア Hepburn: Buresu obu Faia) is a long-running console Eastern role-playing video game series developed by Capcom. It originated on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1993. The series is notable for its recurring characters and ambiguous continuity; though each game is its own self-contained story, the names of the two lead characters are, invariably, Ryu and Nina. At its inception, Breath of Fire usually takes place in a medieval fantasy style fictional world. Following the mainstream success of Japanese role-playing games in the 1990s, the series began using the original anime-style artwork for later Western releases of the games (rather than the Westernized art that was drawn specifically for the Western releases of the first two games), post-apocalyptic themes, and an increased emphasis on character development. Despite these changes, the core structure of Breath of Fire remains largely linear and plot-focused. As of 2003, five Breath of Fire titles have been released, with three games being ported to handheld game consoles as well as Nintendo's Virtual Console. To date, the series has sold over 3 million units worldwide. Each game features: * The story that commonly involves an blue-haired adventurer named Ryu (after the Japanese word for "dragon") who can shapeshift into different types of dragons (though the mechanics differ from game to game). Over the course of his journey, he befriends Nina, a girl with wings and is a skilled mage. * Worlds where humans live side to side with anthropomorphic moles/dogs/any other animal, as well as the occasional anthropomorphic plant. Bizarrely, they can all interbreed. * Enough psychological drama to make your head spin. * Laughably bad translations, at least for the first few games (I and II). * Also in the first few games, really, really weird dungeon design. The first few games had levels that included the inside of a giant robot, the mind of a sentient (if senile) tree and the stomach of an overweight queen (which must be flattened by killing all the monsters that have infested it). Yes, really. * Lots of eldritch abominations for monsters. Generally speaking, you'll start out against the usual monster fare with some differences and, by the end, you'll be taking on giant pulsating brains with fangs or giant demons with multiple, draconic-headed tentacle-like appendages coming out of every part of their body. * A connected storyline between games, albeit separated by hundreds or even thousands of years at a time, though only for the first three games. There's still some arguments about the fourth, mostly over whether it comes first or last in the series, and the game's official artbook states that the fifth is not connected, story-wise, to the others. It also has an manga adaptation of the fourth game of the series which was recently produced by Comic Blade Avarus (the final chapter was published in January 2010, with the final volume compilation printed 10 May 2010) and has been licensed in French and Chinese.
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