-fire breath- used by: ruby dragon learnt from: inferno fang defeat ruby dragons or trade 10 of its card for it. i've only used this once. it looks just like the breath attack the ruby dragon uses and is just as powerful. i think this is fire elemental but the dragon's version isn't for some reason. burns all enemies.
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