El Diablo catches himself on fire.
|Held by:||El Diablo, |
A blazing homeless man,
|Ability to:||Engulf one's body in flames|
Fire casting is the ability to engulf one's entire body in flames.
- El Diablo possesses this ability. (Vengeance, Part 2)
- A blazing homeless man possessed this ability. (Dirty Deeds)
- An unidentified man in Chicago possesses this ability. (Save the Cheerleader, Destroy the World)
- "The Firestarter" possessed this ability. (A Long Way from Home)
El Diablo is able to engulf his body in flames and uses it to stay at the head of a human trafficking ring. However, when doused with cold steam, El Diablo can no longer use his ability, and possibly even becomes weak. (Vengeance, Part 2)
"The Firestarter" used this ability to escape from a Max Security facility near Camp Hale after finding something combustible. He sought revenge and freedom by burning down much of the facility and killing a guard. Fire extinguishers didn't work to stop him as the temperature of the fire simply turned the fire extinguishing material to steam. Even tranquilizer darts don't stop the Firestarter as they burn up before even reaching his body. The only thing that seemed to stop the Firestarter was a bullet. (A Long Way from Home)
- El Diablo catches fire and terrorizes El Vengador. (Vengeance, Part 2)
- A blazing homeless man engulfs himself in flames and sets fire to a police station. (Dirty Deeds)
- A news report from Chicago shows a man setting fire to himself, and then using the fire to burn down a house. (Save the Cheerleader, Destroy the World, Chapter 6)
- "The Firestarter" uses his fire to escape from Max Security. He engulfs himself in fire and burns down much of the facility. He uses his ability to kill a guard and avoid getting sprayed by a fire extinguisher or shot by tranquilizer darts. (A Long Way from Home)
- For the similar ability to breathe fire, see fire breathing.
- For the similar ability to create fire, see pyrokinesis.
- For the similar ability to make something catch on fire, see spontaneous combustion.