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Why is Flying not super effective against Fire?

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3 years ago#1
Air shuts down fire.
3 years ago#2
Wind can also help flames to spread.
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3 years ago#3
What if the air consists of only hydrogen and Oxygen?

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3 years ago#4
Yeah...wind is the number one thing that helps fire spread other than an actual accelerant like gasoline.

I know you're thinking about blowing out a candle, but just try to blow out a flame the size of your fist. You'll make it rage with the extra oxygen moving by it and any ashes get spread around to set other crap on fire.
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3 years ago#6
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We need a wind type!
MY HAIR IS ON FIRE!
3 years ago#7
When blowing out candles, I sometimes slobber out my breath. That way, even if the wind feeds the flames, my saliva puts it out. Water is super effective against fire.
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3 years ago#8
From: ashcrv | #006
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We need a wind type!

Say goodbye to all special Flying-type moves if that happens (except perhaps Aeroblast).
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3 years ago#9
Because fried chicken
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3 years ago#10
When I was a child, I thought Electric should be ineffective against Flying cause birds don't get zapped when they land on power lines.

(Yes, now I know why they don't, so, quiet)
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