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Fire Force: Top 5 Strongest Pillars Introduced In The Anime (Ranked)

Since the beginning of the anime, the title “Pillar” has been constantly mentioned through so many episodes but only a few people truly understands what this title means. Well in this post we’re gonna find out what this means and also make a ranking of the weakest to the strongest pillar.

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Who is a Pillar?

Pillar is a term used in Fire Force to describe individuals who have Adolla Burst. These individuals naturally have Adolla’s Grace and can connect to Adolla through Adolla Link.

There is a reason why these individuals are called “Pillar.” To incite the Great Cataclysm a combination of 8 Pillars are needed. So, you can say that Pillars are the supporting structure of the Great Cataclysm.

The First Great Cataclysm that occurred 250 years ago failed due to the lack of Pillars and also their strength. Hence, it is safe to say that the Great Cataclysm is not something that can happen easily until all Pillars are united with the Evangelist.

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There are 8 pillars but only a few has been introduced in the anime so far so I’m gonna go through them now giving no spoilers.

6. Inca Katsugatani – Fifth Pillar(4th Generation Pyrokinetic)

Inca was an average school student before she became one of the White-Clads. Before joining the White-Clads was was popularly known as the Fire Thief due to her ability to see the trail of fire that was about to happen.

Two years ago, Inca acquired the ability to detect the pathway that heat will take via her sense of smell, leading to categorizing herself as a Fourth Generation. These abilities allowed her to know how fires will spread, explosions will trigger and how ignition abilities will act. She could even dodge attacks from Charon by tracking the thermal energy stored in his body and kicks from Shinra with ease. Two years later, Inca fully awakened her Ignition Ability and her Adolla Burst. In addition to being able to see the pathways of flames, she was able to trigger explosions by running her fingers across the air. The weakness of this attacks was that Inca cannot choose when these invisible pathways appear, meaning she is defenseless if they do not appear.

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As the Fifth Pillar, Inca possessed both the Adolla Burst and the Adolla Link. Through the Adolla Link, Inca is able to sense the strong emotions of others who have experienced that Adolla and transmit them to other users of the Adolla. She was also able to predict when another user of the Adolla Burst is about to awaken.

5. Nataku Son – Sixth Pillar

Nataku Son was forcefully infected with the fire insect by Rekka. Rekka was a Fire Soldier but he was associated with the White-Clads. While experimenting on who among the many kids could tolerate the fire insect, Nataku Son was the only one to succeed.

After being bitten by a Bug, Nataku developed Third Generation abilities. Due to his age and lack of experience, he is currently unable to fully control his abilities. Using his Ignition Ability, he can ignite a claw from his right arm. As the Sixth Pillar, Nataku possesses the Adolla Burst and is able to forge an Adolla Link with others using emotions such as desperation and fear.

When his Adolla Burst fully manifests, Nataku becomes able to create floating radiation symbols out of fire, which are able to fire beams over great distances and cut through concrete. Nataku also begins to emit radioactive energy that is dangerous to everyone in his immediate area unless they have a resistance to fire. It is believed that Nataku’s uncontrolled power could destroy the entire Tokyo Empire.

4. Sho Kusakabe – Third Pillar (4h Generation Pyrokinetic)

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Sho is the younger brother of Shinra. While in his infant he unconsciously awakened his Adolla Burst and caused his mother to become a Demon Infernal. Later he was taken by the White-Clads where he was brainwashed and made the Commander of White-Clads.

Shō’s Third Generation pyrokinetic ability allows him to manifest burning feathers. While he has yet to demonstrate this ability in combat he remains an extremely dangerous opponent.

He quickly and easily overwhelmed Faerie despite his ability countering Shō’s time manipulation, easily bested his brother in their first fight and rematch, as well as managed to defeat Faerie twice despite his own immense power and advanced age.

Master Swordsman: Shō has showcased himself to be a masterful swordsman. Using his katana he can battle a trained assassin to a standstill. While trying to avoid killing his prey, Shō is able to fight using his sword’s sheath to bludgeon them or consistently attack with the flat side of his blade. He was capable of of completely overpowering his Brother while using only the flat side of his blade, while his brother was an incredibly skilled pyrokinetic in his own right.

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Immense Speed: Shō is an extremely quick combatant regardless of his abilities. Being able to contend with Shinra’s Rapid-Man Kick and properly judge when to counter-attack his fast moving target. Even when his Fourth Generation abilities were perfectly countered by Faerie, Shō was able to effortlessly defeat him through sheer speed. Even without his ignition ability, he was not only capable of reacting to and fending off Joker’s insanely fast strikes, but was also capable to following Shinra’s movements while he was using Rapid. His already superhuman speed and reaction time is amplified to unimaginable levels by his Fourth Generation ability.

Like his brother, Shō has the rare Ignition Ability Adolla Burst and the Adolla Link. Through using his Adolla Link with the Evangelist, Shō is able to use the Fourth Generation ability called Severed Universe, which is capable of slowing the flow of time. Severed Universe gives the illusion of super speed and, using it in conjunction with his katana, Shō is capable of defeating Shinra, Arthur Boyle and Hibana with a single strike each. Severed Universe requires chilling the surrounding area to such a low temperature, it reduces the heat that causes the natural expansion of the universe, resulting in time passing more slowly for everything; the sole exception being Shō himself, who remains at normal speed.

3. Shinra Kusakabe – Fourth Pillar (3rd/4th Generation Pyrokinetic)

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Shinra is the elder brother of Sho and the protagonist of the series. After his mother was killed in fire, Shinra was given the name Devil’s Footprint.

Shinra has proven himself to be one of the strongest characters in Fire Force. Though a newcomer in the Special Fire Force, Shinra has posed a challenge to experienced members of the force and even defeated a Captain. Being a Fire Soldier, Shinra is experienced in rescuing people, and as such, was strong enough to carry four people out of a building before it exploded. While relying mostly on his Ignition Ability in combat, Shinra has exhibited skill in ordinary fighting, being able to pin an opponent to the ground and break their guard with a sturdy kick, as well as being capable of defending himself from ground-breaking attacks. Though break dancing is one of Shinra’s hobbies, he also uses it in combat, creating unpredictable movements and kicks to attack with.

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Shinra also possesses exceptional durability, endurance, and recovery time, being able to recover from brutal beatings and salvos of superhuman blows from characters like Charon and Leonard Burns while being able to continue fighting and withstand incredible levels of heat that would easily kill normal humans. His sturdy body can shield and repel powerful flames and withstand considerable levels of damage. During his attendance at the Special Fire Force Training Academy, Shinra had the highest marks for physical performance among all the other students.

Immense Durability: Shinra possesses superhuman-level Durability. He was capable of enduring multiple relentless attacks from His brother during their fight, and was still capable of fighting with remarkable efficiency, despite experiencing severe blood loss, internal bleeding, and several stab wounds and blunt force trauma. He still managed to display the same level or persistence and endurance while fighting Charon, while his opponent had the ability to absorb and transform kinetic energy into thermal energy, practically making him invulnerable. This impressive level of durability also allowed him to withstand attacks from the incredibly powerful Benimaru Shinmon, for several hours until collapsing from overheating. He was capable of tanking blows from Leonard Burns at maximum voltage, and even attacks and slashes from the incredibly powerful Kurono Yūichirō.

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Shinra possesses exceptional eyesight, having been able to spot things that other members haven’t been able to see at long distances. This was shown when Shinra identified the two White Robes that were sniping from multiple buildings away, as well as when he zoomed his vision in 2x more than normal to clearly spot an insect from far away.

Shinra was taught by Captain Benimaru how to utilize hand signs/seals in order to redirect and concentrate the energy in his body. This allows him to manipulate the characteristics of the flames he produces from his Ignition Ability. With Tora Hishigi, he can compress his flames into a focused jet, as opposed to how his flames normally spread out in every useless direction. This allows Shinra to use Rapid, giving him an exponential boost in speed and allowing him to fly farther and faster while using up less of his fire. Using Corna, Shinra’s flames manifest in an explosive nature, allowing him to attack with a lot more force.

Having the Adolla Burst, Shinra can be temporarily empowered with the Adolla Grace through an Adolla Link to a person who originates from Adolla, or someone who is already graced. The connection with his Adolla Burst is strengthened according to the intensity of his desire.

Under Grace, Shinra can enter a state of light speed, causing his body to split into subatomic particles in the process. The particles then surpass the speed of light, allowing them to go a few seconds back in time to the point before Shinra’s body broke apart. As a result, Shinra’s body is re-materialized.

Doing so enables him to circumvent the laws of physics and allow him to travel at relativistic speeds without ending up dead. Under such state, Shinra could enter Shō’s Severed Universe, see images of Tempe‘s past in his head, and accumulate enough strength to defeat the Demon Infernal in only one second.

By following the Newton’s second law of motion, Shinra’s mass begins to increase as he moves at the speed of light, however, since he can break his body apart when moving at the maximum speed of the universe, his mass doesn’t affect his speed. Since force is mass times acceleration, the faster he goes the stronger the impact of his attacks, and since his mass becomes infinite, the impact of his strikes allow him to commit astonishing feats. These feats include instantly killing a titanic infernal and completely destroy Tempe in less than a second, causing a massive explosion both times comparable to a nuclear device. When activating Light Speed for the first time, he could even trade blows with his incredibly powerful brother, and completely negate his time manipulation.

2. Haumea -Second Pillar (3rd Generation Pyrokinetic)

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Haumea does not have any special fighting capability but, she has a terrifying power that is a headache for most people. Haumea is able to alter thought of anyone and can also read minds of people.

Haumea has adapted to the Spontaneous Human Combustion and awakened her Ignition Ability as a Third Generation. She utilizes her Ignition Ability as an Electric Shock User (電撃使う, Dengeki Tsukai). She can use these electric shocks to destroy electrical systems, and use electrical signals to manipulate people’s nerves and control them, turning her opponents or random people into her puppets. Haumea is able to manipulate targets more precisely by controlling a person’s endorphins and neurotransmitters to influence their behaviors. She can also use these electrical signals to communicate with people from a distance, a technique she calls Radiohead, making her a valuable asset in missions where she is separated from her team as she is able to distribute information without being next to her accomplices. She can also interpret the electrical signals in the brains of others to read their thoughts and feelings using a technique she calls Talking Head. Unfortunately this ability is constantly active, causing her to consistently hear the thoughts and intentions of others close and far from her.

She can swing around using electricity and is also able to land on the ground from a huge distance without doing harm to herself and attach herself to metal pipes, which is speculated by Arthur to the result of electric magnetism. The downside is that her abilities is negated against plasma. When she tried to brainwashed Arthur whose ignition ability is plasma, her ability short circuited.

As the Second Pillar, Haumea also possesses Adolla Burst. She has demonstrated the ability to observe events normal humans cannot, including a battle happening at miraculous speeds and events happening within Adolla hallucinations. She also seems to be able to control Demon Infernals to a degree. Both of these abilities appear to require a great amount of concentration. Haumea is also able to undergo a ritual that summons a Doppelgänger Demon, though this summoning places her under great strain and is extremely painful.

1. Amaterasu – First Pillar

Though we have never seen Amaterasu fight of battle anyone, she is powerful enough to keep the Amaterasu Power Plant active 24×7. She was also able to manipulate Shinra and Inca when they entered Adolla Link.

As the First Pillar, Amaterasu most likely possesses an Ignition Ability and an Adolla Burst. Shinra Kusakabe suspects and later confirms that she is indeed the power source of the Amaterasu that powers the entirety of the Tokyo Empire, further alluding to her immense power. Like the Woman in Black within the Tabernacle, she is able to appear before other Adolla Burst users through the Adolla Link.

Fire Force: Top 10 Strongest Fire Soldiers(Ranked)

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Fire force is back and way better than ever. The show balances its more serious, and action-filled parts with absolute humor and absurdity. After fighting the multiple core infernals, the series is set to follow a more serious route.

In the upcoming episodes, we will see the characters fighting and evolving their powers. But who will become the strongest?

10. Kurono Yuichiro(Third Generation Pyrokinetic)

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Kurono Yuichiro is a Third Generation and a fighter of the Skills Development Laboratory at Haijima Industries. He is often referred to as a Shinigami because of his dressing style and behavioral tendencies.

Kurono is very skilled in hand-to-hand combatant. He is also quite capable of quick movements and powerful strikes based around his charred right arm.

His overall power is said to be equal with that of Benimaru. Despite his appearance, Kurono is more than strong enough to lift a fully-grown person with one hand.

Despite being a confident and powerful individual, he’s solely fixated on the weakness of others.

Even though he is extremely capable, Kurono has no interest in lengthy battles against skilled opponents and instead chooses to focus on the weaker foes.

He claims that his ideal world would protect the strong and crush the weak.

Using his Ignition Ability, Kurono can emit Black Smoke, which can reach temperatures of up to 130°C. He can detect any movement within the plume of smoke and easily hide within it.

He can also use the smoke to propel himself through the air and control its density to the point where he can mount it.

Kurono can also force the smoke into people’s bodies resulting in their death by burning internally. Furthermore, he can also solidify the smoke to manifest weapons such as swords, knives, etc. By using both of his hands, he’s able to coat his weapons in flames.

9. Sho Kusakabe(Fourth Generation Pyrokinetic)

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He is the long lost brother of Shinra and one of the Strongest Fire Force Characters. They were both pleased siblings living with their mom. Shinra used to love Sho very much and vowed to protect their family by becoming a hero. Unfortunately, due to Sho and Shinra being the users of Adolla Burst, Haumea turned their mom into a Demonic Infernal with horns and kidnapped Sho and brainwashed him.

He is effectively the Third Pillar of the Evangelist Sho has a Vampiric Angelish look to him, with white hair and red eyes. He and his abilities are really powerful. Despite his looks, he is very distant and cold-hearted. He even showed in the anime series that why he should be in the list of Strongest Fire Force characters.

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Sho is a remarkably quick Third Generation pyrokinetic and skilled swordsman. He can manifest feathers with his ability and battle Joker evenly with his katana.

Like Shinra, Sho has the rare Ignition Ability Adolla Burst, and the Adolla Link. Due to the Evangelist’s Grace, he can use the Fourth Generation ability called Severed Universe, capable of slowing the flow of time.

Severed Universe gives the illusion of extreme speed​​​​​ . Using it in conjunction with his katana, Sho is capable of defeating Shinra, Arthur Boyle, and Hibana with a single strike each.

The Severed Universe ability requires freezing the surrounding area to such a low temperature that it reduces the heat that causes the Universe’s natural expansion.

8. Shinra Kusakabe(Third Generation Pyrokinetic)

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Shinra Kusakabe is a Third Generation and, by extension of the Grace, a Fourth Generation pyrokinetic. He is a Fire Soldier under the Special Fire Force Company 8, and the main character of the series.

He also possesses the Adolla Burst, which makes him The Fourth Pillar.

hinra is the main character of Fire Force and one of the Strongest Fire Force Characters. The whole story revolves around Shinra therefore he is naturally one of the strongest characters in the Fire Force. Shinra promised his mother that he will become a hero and protect her and his brother. Unfortunately, due to Haumea, she ends up becoming a demon infernal and his brother is kidnapped and brainwashed by The Evangelist. Due to this incident, he seems to have developed a condition where when he’s nervous he will have this creepy demonic smile but he is one of the strongest characters in the Fire Force.

Even though he is new to the fire force, Shinra has posed a challenge to experienced members of the force and even defeated a Captain. Being a Fire Soldier, Shinra is experienced in rescuing people.

As a child, Shinra triggered the ability of a Third Generation and gained the power to ignite, manipulate, and control flames from his feet. While doing so, he leaves ashes on the floor in the shape of feet, known as the “Devil’s Footprints”.

sing this ability, together with his fighting style, Shinra has enough force to sever a limb or destroy an Infernal’s core. With his ignited feet, he can change his kicks’ trajectory in mid-air, allowing him to rush in with a multitude of kicks.

Shinra is noted to have excellent proficiency in his mobility while fighting. His Ignition Ability allows him to fly or glide across the floor rapidly and jump continuously from platforms to outmaneuver an opponent before they can react.

As a Third Generation, he has shown to have resistance against external flames. During his fight with Burns in Fuchu Prison, Shinra’s footprints evolved further with bladed talons at the edges of his feet.

7. Joker (Third Generation Pyrokinetic)

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Joker is a Third Generation pyrokinetic and a self-proclaimed anti-hero that serves as the Fourth Pillar’s guardian. After being abandoned as a child, he was raised by the assassin group Holy Sol’s Shadow, under the moniker of Five-Two.

After experiencing an Adolla Link and losing his left eye, Joker gained an intense desire to discover the world’s truth.

Everything considered, Joker is a sadistic individual who enjoys hurting people and playing with their emotions. He’s also willing to offer information to his opponents in exchange for entertainment.

Joker was introduced to us as a villain but over the course of time, his image shifted into somewhat of an Anti-Hero character and he’s one of the Strongest Fire Force Characters. He has this curiosity to know the truth of the world, which drives him to do the things he does. Joker is a tall man with long black hair and ties a bandana on one side of his face to cover his eye. He is seen wearing formal clothing most of the time and smoking a cigarette.

Early in his life, he was a trained assassin, therefore he is very stealthy and intelligent. He is very protective of Shinra in his own way and condemns Burns on the reckless path he is taking. Burns and Joker worked together before until they met a demon infernal who took them to the Adolla Realm where they both lost an eye. Then he found out that the Sol teachings are nothing but a lie and thus he was not happy with the way Burns continued to live and this is when he grew and make an obvious place in the list of Strongest Fire Force Characters.

Joker is a remarkably skilled hand-to-hand fighter, able to effortlessly dodge Shinra’s fiery kicks. In his youth, he displayed skill with a knife, being able to overpower larger opponents quickly.

These combat skills are enhanced by his high physical strength, as shown when he can knock a trained combatant to the ground with a single punch. Joker is very fast, capable of catching up to an ability-accelerated Shinra, clash with Leonard Burns, and trading blows with Sho Kusakabe, before escaping easily.

Joker is a Third Generation pyrokinetic, which grants him the ability to create and manipulate flames.

By igniting his cigarette with his flame, he can produce various shapes in the form of letters, or card-shaped projectiles that can cut anything in its path and explode with great force.

The cards Joker uses allow him to parry sword swings, block attacks, and quickly cut through human bodies. While he tells people he can only create fifty-two cards before overheating; Joker can easily go beyond this limit.

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6. Haumea (Third Generation Pyrokinetic)

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Haumea is a major antagonist in the series. She is a Third Generation pyrokinetic and a member of the White-Clad. She also possesses the Adolla Burst and is known as the Second Pillar.

While initially quiet and nonchalant, Haumea soon reveals herself to be enthusiastic and passionate about her schemes. Even though Sho is her equal, she is not afraid to treat him like a child and uses her abilities to get what she wants.

Her upbeat attitude is accompanied by cruelty and sadism and the only time she shows genuine distress is while summoning a Demon. This process leaves her extremely shaken.

Although her Ignition ability is not that powerful, but her power’s tactility is way more than others making her one of the Strongest Fire Force Characters. She has the power to control Electricity. Using this electricity she can control any electrical signals even the one in the bodies of humans. Which basically means she has the ability to control other people according to her whims and wishes. But Arthur’s Plasma sword Excalibur can negate this effect and cause interference.

Her Ability Radiohead can basically let her do Telepathy by controlling the neurotransmitters and enzymes released by the body. This can be an extremely vital source of information in battles, she could talk to her accomplices without even being with them making her one of the most powerful fire force characters.

Using a motorhead, she can control the release of endorphins in the body and make the targeted person go in berserk like a frenzy.  Due to her Adolla Burst, she can summon and somewhat control Demon Infernals. Haumea is also able to undergo a ritual that summons a Doppelgänger Demon, though this summoning places her under great strain and is extremely painful. Thus is a good entry in our list of Strongest fire force characters.

5. Leonard Burns(Third Generation Pyrokinetic)

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Leonard Burns is the captain of Fire Force Company 1. He is the captain of the strongest Company, which basically means that he is very powerful therefore one of the Strongest Fire Force Characters. Leonard by appearance and aura has a strong presence. He is tall and muscular with long hair tied in a ponytail. He likes to cover his right eye with an eye patch. But whenever he uses his abilities the eye patch gets covered with flames. His right eye is severely burned that’s why he wears a patch.

Leonard is the captain of Company 1, therefore he’s a man of authority. He seems very Intimidating but has a caring part for him. He acts like a father figure to Shinra sometimes. He’s so powerful that he keeps his hand folded most of the time until the dire need for his strength comes. In all of his history, Shinra was probably the first person to land a hit on him who is also one of the most powerful fire force characters.

In addition to his extraordinary physical strength, he can survive attacks from a plasma blade without flinching.

4. Charon (Second Generation Pyrokinetic)

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He uses his abilities to trick them into believing that he is a Third Generation.

Charon takes his role as Haumea’s Guardian very seriously. Others note that they act like a father and daughter.

Charon is an expert in hand-to-hand combat and is capable of strong and quick strikes.

Charon has a Second Generation ability that helps him absorb and accumulate kinetic energy into his body. He is then able to transform this power into thermal energy that he can use to attack. This allows him to both create massive explosions and withstand strong attacks.

By transferring the energy to different parts of his body, Charon can cause various types of explosions. However, he is unable to release and absorb energy at the same time.

3. Benimaru Shinmon (Second & Third Generation Pyrokinetic)

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He is now the captain of Fire Force Company 7 and one of the Strongest Fire Force Characters. He has somewhat long hair which covers his face slightly. What’s unique about him is his eyes. His both iris have a different shape, across, and a circle. Benimaru is seen to be short-tempered and prefers working alone, but this changes when the White Clad attacked his town. He becomes a good leader and a captain. He is also very prideful and Honest always staying true to himself and one of the biggest to quality to be stronger in an anime series with having a positive vibe.

Benimaru later also is seen to be a great teacher when he trains Shinra and Arthur to become more powerful. He was also the one who taught Shinra the Hand Signs. Generally, he is very calm and nonchalant, even while purifying Infernals. But the case is different when he’s angered, he becomes like a demon and just mows through the enemies with pure strength.

Benimaru is regarded as the strongest Fire Officer in the Special Fire Force. He is known as “Asakusa’s King of Destruction” because of the devastating power that he is capable of unleashing.

He is also an extremely skilled hand-to-hand combatant, as shown when he easily outmaneuvered Maki Oze and was quickly able to overpower the combined might of Maki Oze, Shinra Kusakabe, Tamaki Kotatsu, Arthur Boyle, and Takehisa Hinawa.

Benimaru possesses the rare trait of being a Second and Third Generation, which ultimately allows him to ignite his flames willingly, and also control flames from an external source. 

The sheer power and size of his flames are tremendous, as well as his extremely precise and fluid control of said flames.

He can control the direction and speed of bullets in the same fashion as Takehisa. He is capable of unleashing an immensely powerful blast that resembles a crimson-colored moon, strong enough to kill a Demon Infernal.

Benimaru is a practitioner of the iaido martial arts. Instead of using a sword, he creates a sharp blade of flames with his hand, a technique branching from his unique Iai Hand-Sword: First Form fighting style.

2. Dragon(The Butcher)

Dragon is a member of the White-Clad’s subdivision, Butchers, which specializes in assassinations.

Dragon is very confident in his abilities and claims that all who stand in his way will fall.

This confidence leads him to see himself as inhuman, merely identifying himself as ‘Dragon’ and even advising his enemies on fighting against him or complementing their abilities during battle.

Benimaru, the strongest Fire Solider says that Dragon is too powerful even for him to fight to call him a monster. He also has very high Physical Strength not even getting grazed by Arthur’s Excalibur despite Arthur being in full delusion mode. And instead of him getting hurt in the battle, his opponents get hurt by merely his presence.

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This is known as Draconian Pressure. Like a dragon, he has the ability to breathe fire and has a Dragon scale to fortify his entire body. He can also use Dragon Coordinate to take an appearance like a demon infernal with wings.

Dargon is one of the top 3 Strongest characters in the show, he’s too overpowered and thus truly one of the strongest characters in the fire force.

1. Evangelist

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The Evangelist is the leader of the White-Clad and as per our knowledge- Stronger Fire Force Character so far!!!. She generally wears a large hood that covers half of her face. She also has two horns on top of her head that’s why the hood has an uplifted look. There is also a sun-like structure floating behind her. She is the strongest in the list of the Strongest Fire Force Characters

She emerged after the Great Disaster, Tempe met her. He thought that she was a god and named her the Evangelist. Tempe asked her to give him back everything the disaster took from him. She uses a bug to turn Tempe into an infernal. Later, she orders Yona to create the Holy Sol Temple Religion. She was then from Year 187 to 198 kidnapped a lot of children to teach them about Human Combustion, Adolla Burst, and past events of the world. Thus creating the White Clad.

he Evangelist is capable of inhuman feats, such as passing through the Tear in Space, causing countrywide earthquakes, and blinding people who look at her.

Those who also possess the Adolla Link are capable of forging a connection with the Evangelist. When doing so, they receive her Grace and gain access to strange abilities referred to as the Fourth Generation.

If another user of the Adolla Link manages to forge a link with somebody under Grace, they also gain a Fourth Generation ability. However, The Evangelist seems to be able to rescind this Grace as she sees fit.

Be sure to comment your favorite characters in the show and do stay tuned for more information.

Fire Force: Season 3 Release Date & Everything We Know So Far

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Fire Force Season 3‘ is a splendid variation of the manga by maker Atsushi Ōkubo, who is likewise known for making ‘Soul Eater.’ It is set in an equal course of events where the Earth is shrouded on fire because of “the Great Disaster.” Tokyo stays a solitary city with human survivors.

Fire Force Season 3‘ accounts for the narrative of Shinra Kusakabe, who joins the Special Fire Force Company 8 to battle against people who have turned into the underhanded Infernals through sudden ignition. Shinra has the one-of-a-kind capacity to burn down his feet at impulse. In this manner procuring him the epithet “Demon’s Footprints.”

However, Shinra’s past is canvassed in secret, through his battle against the Infernals. The hero experiences the group answerable for making the Infernals. As the series advances, the basic plot of the puzzling destiny that came to pass for Shinra’s family is gradually uncovered. Delivered by David Productions, ‘Fire Force‘ broadcasted between July 6, 2019, and December 28, 2019. With the finish of season 2, fans are clamoring to know whether and when Fire Force season 3 will deliver. We should discover, will we?

What’s The Plot For This Season?

The anime has generally followed the manga. So we can almost certainly think about what Season 3 will involve for Shinra. Volumes 1 to some of 11 of the manga were covered via Season 1 of the anime.

While Season 2 covered the remainder of volume 11 dependent upon certain sections of volume 20. On the off chance that the manga is genuinely in its last point in the story, Season 3 could adjust volume 20 up to its possible end. Except if the anime series goes into filler domain like “Naruto” or “Blanch.”

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The Season 2 finale seemed to demonstrate a considerably greater future fight between Company 8 and the Evangelists. Needing to become more grounded to manage the Company’s undeniably perilous foes. Shinra was pushed in his preparation to arrive at another point called “The Press Of Death.”

Meanwhile, the season finale additionally managed a gigantic hit to the saints, because of the death of Company 4’s Captain Hague. Be that as it may, on account of his new level in capacity, Shinra can build up an Adolla Link, permitting him to see Hague’s last minutes. Fire Force Season 3 will probably follow these occasions as Company 8 gets together with the Tokyo Empire to take on the Evangelist’s amazing forces.

When Is The Release Date ?

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Fire Force season 2 initially debuted on July 4, 2020, and went on till December 12, 2020. Fire Force Season 2 comprises 24 episodes, each with a runtime of 24 minutes. Taking everything into account, there is no authority affirmation from David Productions up until now.

Nonetheless, there is a high opportunity for the declaration of season 3 as the series has done outstandingly above and beyond its two seasons. Collecting shining audits and high evaluations. Moreover, season 2 has adjusted dependent upon certain parts of volume 20 of the manga. With a lot of the manga left to adjust and the cliffhanger finishing off season 2. Maybe the makers need to make season 3 a reality.

Another motivating force for the declaration of Fire Force Season 3 would be the expansion in manga deals. Since the time the anime initially circulated. The authority ‘Fire Force‘ Twitter account uncovered that the offer of ‘Fire Force‘ mangas has dramatically expanded with the developing prominence of the series.

Consequently, it would be beneficial for both the makers and the makers to make another season. ‘Fire Force‘ seasons are scattered by roughly a year in the middle. In this way, if David Productions do wind up affirming season 3. We can anticipate that it should debut at some point in late 2021 – mid-2022.

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The Cast For Fire Force Season 3

An official list of who’s in the cast for “Fire Force” Season 3 has not been determined. Based on the consistency behind the scenes of the first two seasons of the series, it’s likely we could see a mostly returning cast. The only additions to the cast were a few new characters, such as Ogun Montgomery, voiced by Makoto Furukawa (Japanese) and Zeno Robinson (English), and Scop, voiced by Kentaro Ito (Japanese) and Tyler Walker (English). We should still see a returning voice cast that includes Gakuto Kajiwara (Japanese) and Derick Snow (English) as Shinra (Via Anime News Network).

Just as with the first two seasons, the same studio, David Production, should be back to animate Season 3. Tatsuma Minamikawa replaced Yuki Yase to direct Season 2 of “Fire Force.” Unless otherwise stated, it’s likely Minamikawa will also return as director for season 3, along with Kazuhiro Miwa as chief animator, and Kenichiro Suehiro as composer.

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Fire Force Season 2 Anime Review

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As I have mentioned in the review of the first season, “Fire Force” was a rather impressive anime audio-visually, which did not have much to offer, however, in terms of narrative originality, essentially following all the rules of the shonen category. The second season, with a different director in the helm, Tatsumi Minakawa, who replaced Yuki Yase, manages to move significantly forward however, particularly by focusing more intently on individual characters, and by expanding on the conspiracy theory that had started to be unveiled in the first season.

Life has returned to normal as if the past events involving the Evangelist sent by the White Clad had never happened. However, Shinra is still determined to find a way to turn Infernals back into people and unravel the mystery of the Evangelist and the Adolla Bursts. The appearance of a giant sentient Infernal that takes the combined efforts of a number of groups to put down shows that something strange and more sinister is going on, while soon Shinra and the gang find themselves having to deal with highschool student Inca Kasugatan, who uses her uncanny ability of smell to detect the paths of flames. Later on, a trip to Avalon reveals much about the Adolla Bursts and their creation, but also creates more questions. The appearance of Kurono, the Academy, Haijima and its penetration in society, the cruelty of the Evangelists and particularly of Necro Pyro technique, the analysis of the background of Noto and Tamaki, and Victor’s role conclude a rather interesting narrative.

The first half of Season 2 introduces us to the 4th Company, where some interesting side characters are introduced. Standout characters include Ogun, who was in the same class as Shinra and Arthur at the academy. The most important character introduced to us from the 4th Company is Captain Hague, an individual who has experienced a life-changing battle against a demon. Throughout this season, Shinra’s contact with characters who have seen the hellish landscape of Adolla has caused him to see visions and hear voices otherwise known as an Adolla Link. These telepathic connections are available only to those with an Adolla Burst, and those who have experienced the utter fear that comes with facing off against a demon and seeing the blackened flames and landscape of Adolla itself.

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Shinra’s most vivid visions feature a menacing woman who looks just like Sister Iris. Her musings have caused Shinra to lose control of his abilities and go on a rampage against Hague and members of the 4th Company. For the sake of convenience, we’ll call this instance “Demon Shinra”. Arthur, Ogun, Captain Hague and Lieutenant Pan combine their abilities to rein him in. Looking on at the events nearby are the most prominent members of the White-Clad, at least from a viewer’s perspective, Charon and Haumea, who reveal that this individual plaguing Shinra’s senses is none other than the first pillar.

The most pivotal part of the second season mostly takes place on the Chinese Peninsula, where talking animals are found on the harsh terrain. The Special Fire Force Company 8 runs into some incredibly powerful enemies, including a demon-class Infernal. They also discover a perpetual energy generator similar in design to the Empire’s Amaterasu, where Shinra experiences an Adolla Link with the woman draped in black. In Scop the mole’s explanation, this woman gave them flames that nourished and warmed them, blessing the terrain, and even repairing the once-derelict generator by giving herself up as a power source.

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The best part of this season of Fire Force must be the vast expansion upon the world we were presented with in the first season, an improvement of the lore we were given in a way that brings up more questions as it answers them.

The battles are as impressive as ever, while I feel that the action is a bit more brutal than the previous season, particularly through the introduction of some new characters who appear to be sadistic sociopaths. Particularly Ritsu and Kurono embody this approach to the highest degree, with the latter’s phrase “I love bullying the weak” expressing this element in the most eloquent fashion. Apart from the contextual depth, however, the actual action is equally impressive, with the mexican standoff, the fights in Avalon and in the underground being equally well directed, well-drawn and animated, with David Production’s work being truly magnificent. The drawing, and particularly the eyes of the characters are Hideyuki Morioka’s most memorable aspect in terms of the creation of the various individuals, while the intense coloring fits the overall aesthetics and the narrative to perfection.

“Fire Season 2” is a definite improvement on the first season, with the storyline being more captivating than ever and the animation remaining in the same, quite high standards. 

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Fire Force: Season 1 Anime Review

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250 years ago, the Great Disaster saw the world plunged into chaos as people suddenly began spontaneously combusting: bursting into flames and becoming what was soon to be known as Infernals. In Tokyo, while the rest of the world was consumed by fire, the survivors hung on, powered by Haijima Industries’ new thermal power plant, Amaterasu, and driven forward by their faith in the sun god, the Holy Sol.

In order to combat the Infernals and save people from the terror of spontaneous human combustion, the Emperor created the Special Fire Force: seven elite units mostly comprised of those who have the power to either control or generate flames through pyrokinesis.

17-year-old Shinra Kusakabe is a third-generation pyrokinetic with flaming feet who, as a child, witnessed his mother and younger brother being burned to death in a mysterious fire that he thinks was started by a Demon, a rare and powerful Infernal, yet has only ever been told that the emergence of his abilities was the cause of the fire. Seeking the truth, as well as wanting to save people from the Infernals and fulfil his promise to his mother of becoming a hero, Shinra joins the recently formed Company 8 of the Fire Force, who have been tasked with investigating the other seven companies to uncover the truth about spontaneous human combustion – a truth that may just give Shinra the answers to the mystery of the fire in his home.

While the topic of firefighting has been quite popular in anime and manga of late, Fire Force is a series that puts a more fantastical spin on the career, feeling not too dissimilar to Promare in the way that it blends fantasy and reality to show just how tough it is to be a firefighter, while showcasing the profession’s value to society through the words and actions of its heroes. Suffice to say you aren’t getting anything as blockbuster as Promare here, but it does follow in the same mould by showing how firefighting is a very compassionate and heroic line of work, with little things like the appreciation shown by those saved from the Infernals, to the concept of not showing weapons to relatives of anyone who has combusted in order to be respectful, really going a long way.

I think instead of wanting you to figure things out, it just wants you to enjoy the spectacle, as it places more focus on the action and the developing bonds between the characters, rather than revelling in the mystery behind the Infernals. While on one hand it’s a bit of a shame as the world itself is fascinating, it allows the action sequences to be one of its main strengths, with David Production using their years of experience in animating JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure well. Once a big fight starts it never really stops for breath until it is all over, while the animation is fast-paced, smooth and punchy, with some pretty striking visuals that really emphasise the power of the flame attacks of the characters. It’s also just pretty good-looking all around, and substantially improves upon the source material; for example, one scene featuring a towering cherry blossom tree made of flames would have been hard to pull off effectively on the page but here it really shines and provides a thrilling backdrop to the on-screen action. You can see many of these actions in the opening scene :

There are some nice moments of character development too, as the action sequences show each character’s resolve in being in the Fire Force, while there’s some goofy down-time that helps build up the relationships between the characters. The only thing I wasn’t keen on here was the over-reliance on fanservice to inject some comedy into the show, which is often extremely forced, as the story gives one of the side characters, Tamaki, a “lucky lecher lure”, which sees her frequently nonsensically losing her clothes or being put into situations where another character (usually Shinra) is grabbing her breasts or butt. With her cat-like pyrokinesis, Tamaki can and does come into her own later in the series, but I really dislike how she is treated overall, with her being played for laughs or victimised.

The show’s soundtrack, composed by Kenichiro Suehiro is suitably punchy, often with a big-band feel to it with some imposing brass and strings for the action sequences. Fire Force is particularly notable for popularising the band Mrs. GREEN APPLE, who provide the memorable opening theme, Inferno, while Keina Suda provides the suitably mournful-sounding ending theme, veil, which is played against the backdrop of Sister Iris’ backstory.

This Manga Entertainment release contains the first 12 episodes of the series with Japanese audio with English subtitles and the English dub. The voice acting is pretty great in both languages and voices generally fit the characters well, although some of them can sound a bit too similar to each other in the English dub, like Alexis Tipton’s Iris and Sarah Roach’s Maki.

In conclusion, fire force is a great anime and pretty decent too, especially how it touches the danger and heroics of being a fire fighter, However, its reliance on foreshadowing spoils its sense of mystery and its forced use of fan-service is completely unnecessary. While it doesn’t feel like the next big thing in shonen, fans of the genre are sure to like it.