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Fire Man is one of the six Robot Masters and bosses in the video game Mega Man. He is a Fire-based Robot Master. He also appears in Megaman Powered Up, as a boss and playable character, the Ruby-Spears Mega Man TV series, and in Mega Man: Fully Charged. He also has a Mega Man Battle Network counterpart called FireMan.EXE.
In Japanese, he was voiced by Akimasa Omori in Super Adventure Rockman and Hisashi Izumi in Mega Man: Powered Up. In English, he was voiced by Roger Rhodes in Mega Man: Powered Up and Ian Hainlin in Mega Man: Fully Charged.
Fire Man was originally built by Dr. Light to work in incinerators at a waste management facility, but he was reprogrammed by Dr. Wily to help him rule the world. His signature weapon is the Fire Storm, which can melt or burn almost anything, while also summoning fireballs to act as a shield, making it a powerful weapon in combat. He is hot-blooded and hot-tempered, and is obsessed with fire and justice, often calling himself a "hero" and the "Flame of Justice".
Super Smash Bros.
Fire Man's theme can be played in the Super Smash Bros. for 3DS, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Furthermore, in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Fire Man appears a primary attack-type spirit, with his ability making the player weak to water attacks. His spirit battle is a Stamina battle against a red Mega Man on a lava floor version of Norfair that favors down smash attacks.
Ruby Spears series
In the Ruby Spears Mega Man series, Fire Man makes his only appearance in the first episode, before being beaten by Roll using her vacuum. He does not have a speaking role in this version.
Mega Man: Fully Charged
Fire Man originally worked at a welding job, before losing his temper and being fired for his behavior. Sgt. Night later finds him and recruits him to his team. He is typically short-tempered and hot-headed, and dislikes humans due to him believing they cause him his rage. He can follow orders and create plans, and had a short partnership with Wave Man. He does not like Namagem. Even though he serves for him, Sgt. Night does not give him respect.
Fire Man only attacks by using a fire wave, which stalls for a bit before blazing forward, leaving flames on the ground in its path. Interestingly, he only uses this attack when at a specific distance or as a counter-attack. His weakness is the Ice Slash and defeating him grants Mega Man the Fire Storm.
Megaman Powered Up
Fire Man appears both as a boss, and as a playable character, much like the other robot masters in-game. As a playable character, he can use his fire storm ability whenever he wants. If he is in contact with water, he can not launch any fire waves, but can still summon a fiery sphere surrounding him. He can also melt snowy platforms, due to the heat coming off of him. His projectiles no longer remain ignited on the floor. He can send a slow fire wave that travels through the floor, and has a extended life span in the game's hard difficulty.
Mega Man: Fully Charged
Fire Man can release strong bursts of flames from his two cannons. The flames can either can continuous, or as individual projectiles. He can use his flames to also go large distances into the air, or to even fly for a short time. His blasters can be upgraded to release blue flames, a more stronger version of the flames he usually uses. He can withstand hot temperatures, but can be damaged by substances such as lava.
Fire Man's artwork of Mega Man.
Fire Man's artwork of Street Fighter x All Capcom.