|Fyre the Fox|
|Date of Birth||November 25, 2000|
|First Appearance||The Adventure of Fyre|
|Latest Appearance||Weegeelover Wars|
Fyre is a friendly character,and he cares about mostly everyone. He is also kind of shy and timid, but tries to be brave whenever he goes on adventures.
Relationships with other characters
Project 384-In the first game,Fyre hates Project 384 because of how evil he is. In the second game,that changes when Project 384 almost kills himself trying to save Fyre's life. He is now more of a rival than an enemy.
Roll the Armadillo-Roll is his best friend, despite their differences.
Thundurr the Lion-Fyre likes Thundurr, but thinks he is slightly annoying.
Fyre debuted in this game. A rare jewel that he has found that gives whoever holds it fire powers gets stolen by a mutant. He can still use the fire powers though,because he had the jewel for a long time and the power fused with him. He realizes that the mutant, Project 384, is trying to take over the world using it, and he tries to stop him.
In this game, his jewel gets stolen again. Three new friends, Roll,Ashley,and Thundurr join him. He stops the villians from taking over the world again.
Fyre appears as a DLC fighter in this game.
Fyre is a default character in this game.
A Bunch of Other Crossover Fighters
Ever since his debut, Fyre has appeared in several crossover fighters, like the Fantendo All-Stars series.
Fyre Z is another game in the main series. It has a darker tone than its prequels. It is also the last Fyre game made before he became a Zentech Studios flagship character.
This character has had many name changes. His first name was Pyre, and then it was changed to Pyro, and then it was changed to Fyro because there is a Lectro character named Pyro. He was renamed to Fyre, due to name similarities with an actual character.
He was originally a side character, and not the main protagonist. The main protagonist was originally going to be a lion named Pyro,which is one of Fyre's original names.
Thundurr from Fyre 2:Return of the Fox is a refrence to Pyro (the character who was originally Fyre), because they are both elemental lions.