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Fire could refer to:
- The Bennets' home fire, caused by Ted.
- The Bradford City stadium fire, which killed Edgar's father on May 11, 1985.
- The burning building from which Nathan saves Sheila.
- The burning home in which D.L. trains to be a firefighter.
- The Ellises' home fire, caused when Eden's stepmother dies and drops her cigarette.
- The fire of 1992, in which Meredith Gordon and her 18-month-old daughter allegedly die, as erroneously reported by the Odessa Register.
- The Las Vegas house fire in which D.L. saves a six-year-old girl.
- The Pharmatech Industrial Building fire, caused by Ted.
- The Pinehearst Company fire, caused by Flint igniting the formula.
- The Primatech Research facility fire, caused by Meredith after she loses control of her pyrokinesis due to an injection of adrenaline.
- The suicide attack on an Israeli bus, which Isaac paints.
- The train wreck, in which Claire "walked through fire and [didn't] get burned."
- The transport car fire, which Ted creates to escape FBI custody.
- The Bowmans, a fire breathing family.
- Catching Fire, the title of the fourth chapter of the iStory Faction Zero.
- Fire breathing, the ability to breathe fire.
- Fire casting, the ability to engulf oneself in fire.
- The Fire Scroll, where many of Whitebeard's secrets were kept.
- Fire Station 5, where D.L. Hawkins worked as a firefighter in Vegas.
- Fireworks creation, the ability to set off fireworks from one's fingertips.
- "I Don't Want To Set The World On Fire", a song by the Inkspots, used in A Clear and Present Danger.
- Induced radioactivity, Ted's ability to induce radiation, sometimes causing fires.
- Man on Fire, a graphic novel about D.L.'s experience as a firefighter.
- Playing with Fire, the graphic novel about Flint and Meredith's childhood.
- Pyrokinesis, the ability to create fire, generally with one's hands.
- Slow Burn, the sixth iStory volume.
- Spontaneous combustion, Amanda's ability to cause things to set on fire, using only her mind.
- Trial By Fire, the third graphic novel.