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:''Note: This article only covers games where a Red Arremer is named Firebrand, as it is not guaranteed that a Red Arremer is Firebrand.''
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:''Note: This article only covers games the Red Arremer named Firebrand is in, as it is not guaranteed that a Red Arremer is Firebrand.''
'''Firebrand''', known only as '''[[Red Arremer]]''' in Japan, is the main character from the ''[[Gargoyle's Quest]]'' series, a mighty red gargoyle-like demon that has apparently lived for over a millenia ([[Phalanx]] states that Firebrand was once defeated by him "a thousand years ago", plus he was roaming the [[Demon Realm|Ghoul Realm]] (Makai) from prehistoric times). He belongs to a race of gargoyle demons known as [[Red Arremer (species)|Red Arremers]], considered the elite warriors of devil king [[Astaroth]] due to their skills in the arts of war. He has massive claws, powerful wings and a reinforced skull for headbutting. He is a master of fire breath magic.
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'''Firebrand''', known only as '''[[Red Arremer]]''' in Japan, is the main character from the ''[[Gargoyle's Quest]]'' series, a mighty red gargoyle-like demon that has apparently lived for over a millenia ([[Phalanx]] states that Firebrand was once defeated by him "a thousand years ago", plus he was roaming the [[Demon Realm|Ghoul Realm]] (Makai) from prehistoric times). He belongs to a race of gargoyle demons known as [[Red Arremer (species)|Red Arremers]], considered the elite warriors of devil king [[Astaroth]] due to their skills in the arts of war. He has massive claws, powerful wings and a reinforced skull for headbutting. He is a master of [[:Category:Fire Powers|fire breath magic]].
   
 
Firebrand is considered a hero among his peers, and as such he has been nicknamed "[[Red Blaze]]" due to his bright red skin and prowess with fiery magic. He descends from a lineage of mutant red gargoyles that also saved the Makai in their time, and thus, has hidden powers that usually manifest when he obtains magical artifacts that act as catalysts by mere touch (IE: Gremlin Stick, Candle of Darkness).
 
Firebrand is considered a hero among his peers, and as such he has been nicknamed "[[Red Blaze]]" due to his bright red skin and prowess with fiery magic. He descends from a lineage of mutant red gargoyles that also saved the Makai in their time, and thus, has hidden powers that usually manifest when he obtains magical artifacts that act as catalysts by mere touch (IE: Gremlin Stick, Candle of Darkness).
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
The order of his adventures is a bit confusing. A commonly accepted timeline is ''[[Gargoyle's Quest II]] - [[Gargoyle's Quest]] - [[Demon's Crest]]''. His history is organized based on this accepted yet unofficial timeline.
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The order of his adventures is a bit confusing. A commonly accepted timeline is ''[[Gargoyle's Quest II]] - [[Gargoyle's Quest]] - [[Demon's Crest]]''. His history is organized based on this accepted yet unofficial timeline. It is also not clear if the Firebrand from the games are all the same or different Red Arremers with the same heritage.
   
 
===[[Gargoyle's Quest II]]===
 
===[[Gargoyle's Quest II]]===
As a really young but courageous Red Arremer, Firebrand was already training in other realms to become someday a true warrior of the Makai. However, despite not having completed his current practice mission, he had to return to the Makai and embark on a journey on his own to stop the menace of the undead king of destruction, Breager, who was plotting to overtake the whole realm of the Makai from the ruling monarchy using his endless minions controlled by the evil king's psychic power.
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Firebrand resumed his training on [[Etruria]], his own village, ruled by king [[Morock]]. One day, while doing practice in a pocket dimension, a sinister [[Black Light]] covers Etruria. From the darkness emerges an army of destroyers, wiping out most of the villagers and leaving Morock badly wounded. Firebrand is ordered by him to report these events to the ruling king of the Makai at once, dying shortly after.
   
As Firebrand collected mystical artifacts while approaching Breager's keep, his latent powers start to develop, making him stronger than ever before even at his young (for a red arremer) age. However, to unleash his true potential he needed the Candle of Infinity that [[Lucifer]] had; after a battle to prove his worth, Firebrand receives from Lucifer the candle, unsealing the secrets to master arcane dark fire magic none of his kind could ever achieve anymore.
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Firebrand goes through a painstaking journey to get to the palace of the king, slowly recovering his dormant powers and gaining some new ones. On the way, he meets [[Hecate]], a fallen angel of the night, who tells him that the black light is a manifestation of [[Breager]]'s mind, and gives Firebrand her own wings as a catalyst to empower his own. When he finally arrives, most of the townsfolk are bewitched under an [[Skull Satan|imposter]] posing as the king. Firebrand slays the imposter, who recognizes him as the Red Blaze just before dying.
After discovering his heritage, Firebrand finally confronts Breager, slaying the evil king as he promises vengueance. The king of the Makai is then released from Breager's seal, wiping out the evil king's whole army. As a reward, Firebrand is sent to oversee the recently born human race in another realm (the human world), and is told that he can try conquering it if he wants.
 
   
===[[Gargoyle's Quest]]===
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After these events, Firebrand releases the seal of the real king on top of Mount Imaus, a truly dangerous place. The king informs Firebrand that the one behind the black light is indeed Breager, who is being resurrected by [[Goza]], his lieutenant. However, they lack information about the evil king, and Firebrand is sent in search of [[Nebiroth|Lethe]], a sage that is said to be the oldest inhabitant of the Makai. Firebrand enters the labyrinth where Lethe resides, conquers [[Doppelganger|himself]] and gains the right to meet Lethe.
[[Image:Firebrand_Gargoyle's_Quest.png|thumb|right|163px|Firebrand as he appears in Gargoyle's Quest]]
 
The first game, but second in the timeline. An undefined number of years after Breager's defeat, Firebrand is back from the primitive Earth realm and has resumed his training on Etruria, his own village, ruled by king Morock ([[Astaroth]]). Somehow, his powers have gone dormant once again. One day, while doing practice in a pocket dimension, a sinister black light covers Etruria. From the darkness emerges an army of destroyers, wiping out most of the villagers and leaving Morock badly wounded. Firebrand is ordered by him to report these events to the ruling king of the Makai at once, dying shortly after.
 
   
Firebrand goes through a painstaking journey to get to the palace of the king, slowly recovering his dormant powers and gaining some new ones. On the way, he meets Hecate, a fallen angel of the night, who tells him that the black light is a manifestation of Breager's mind, and gives Firebrand her own wings as a catalyst to empower his own. When he finally arrives, most of the townsfolk are bewitched under an imposter posing as the king. Firebrand slays the imposter, who recognizes him as the red blaze just before dying.
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He is told of an old legend that speaks of Firebrand's heritage. Only the fully unleashed power of the Red Blaze's blood can truly destroy the king of destruction. With the help of the now king [[Lucifer]], his queen Verona, and Lethe himself, Firebrand breaks the barrier to Breager's palace, surrounded by overflowing black light. Firebrand breaks through the castle's defenses and destroys Goza, only to be told that Breager has already been fully resurrected. Firebrand is helped by a patron deity of the Makai, Demogorgon, and fully awakens to his blood's heritage. Firebrand finds Breager in the throne room, and destroys him before his full power returns. Firebrand's true power then explodes, setting the whole Makai on a blazing, living fire, dissolving Breager's black light and somehow scorching to death only the foreign destroyers.
   
After these events, Firebrand releases the seal of the real king on top of Mount Imaus, a truly dangerous place. The king informs Firebrand that the one behind the black light is indeed Breager, who is being resurrected by Goza, his lieutenant. But they lack information about the evil king. Firebrand is sent in search of Lethe ([[Astaroth|Nebiroth]]), a sage that is said to be the oldest inhabitant of the Makai. Firebrand enters the labyrinth where Lethe resides, conquers himself and gains the right to meet Lethe.
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The king praises Firebrand for wiping out the entire threat by himself, and Firebrand is sent to the human world to explore it, and with permission to stay and rule it if he wants to.
   
He is told of an old legend that speaks of Firebrand's heritage. Only the fully unleashed power of the Red Blaze's blood can truly destroy the king of destruction. With the help of the now king [[Lucifer]], his queen Verona, and Lethe himself, Firebrand breaks the barrier to Breager's palace, surrounded by overflowing black light. Firebrand breaks through the castle's defenses and destroys Goza, only to be told that Breager has already been fully resurrected. Firebrand is helped by a patron deity of the Makai, Demogorgon, and fully awakens to his blood's heritage. Firebrand finds Breager in the throne room, and destroys him before his full power returns. Firebrand's true power then explodes, setting the whole Makai on a blazing, living fire, dissolving Breager's black light and somehow scorching to death only the foreign destroyers.
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===[[Gargoyle's Quest]]===
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[[Image:Firebrand_Gargoyle's_Quest.png|thumb|right|163px|Firebrand as he appears in Gargoyle's Quest]]
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The first game, but second in the timeline. Several hundred years have passed since the Black Light was destroyed. While in another dimension, three dying allies of Firebrand appear to warn him that the Demon Realm is under attack and tell him to return to the realm before the dimensional portal is closed. After returning, the few survivors from an attack of the Black Light inform him of what had occurred, and the [[Barone Jark]] asks Firebrand to recover his Gremlin Stick, giving him the Fingernail of the Spectre to help in the task. Firebrand then embarks on a journey on his own to stop the menace of the undead king of destruction, Breager, who was plotting to overtake the whole realm from the ruling monarchy using his endless minions controlled by the evil king's psychic power.
   
The king praises Firebrand for wiping out the entire threat by himself, and Firebrand once again is sent to the now evolved human world to explore its current state, and with permission to stay and rule if he wants to.
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As Firebrand collected mystical artifacts while approaching Breager's keep, his latent powers start to develop, making him stronger than ever. However, to unleash his true potential he needed the Candle of Infinity that [[Lucifer]] had; after a battle to prove his worth, Firebrand receives from Lucifer the candle, unsealing the secrets to master arcane dark fire magic, something none of his kind could ever achieve anymore.
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After discovering that he is the Red Blaze, Firebrand finally confronts Breager, slaying the evil king as he promises vengeance. The king of the Makai, [[Darkoan]], is then released from Breager's seal, wiping out the evil king's whole army. As a reward, Firebrand is sent to see the human world, and is told that he can try conquering it if he wants.
   
 
===[[Demon's Crest]]===
 
===[[Demon's Crest]]===
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==Other appearances==
 
==Other appearances==
While Firebrand isn't named as such, it is highly implied that he and the [[Red Arremer Joker]] in ''[[Namco × Capcom]]'' are the same character.
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While not named Firebrand, the [[Red Arremer Joker]] in ''[[Namco × Capcom]]'' is actually him, being said to have fought in the war of the crests several years ago.
   
 
===Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3===
 
===Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3===
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:'''Abilities:''' Can spit fireballs from his mouth, fly (hover) and cling to walls (Hell Climb).
 
:'''Abilities:''' Can spit fireballs from his mouth, fly (hover) and cling to walls (Hell Climb).
 
:'''Weapons:''' None
 
:'''Weapons:''' None
:'''Profile:''' Firebrand is a type of Gargoyle known as a Red Arremer. He will stand up to any thread posed to his home, the Demon Village, without any fear. Firebrand is considered to be an elite warrior among the Red Arremers, gaining him hero status among his peers.
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:'''Profile:''' Firebrand is a type of Gargoyle known as a Red Arremer. He will stand up to any threat posed to his home, the Demon Village, without any fear. Firebrand is considered to be an elite warrior among the Red Arremers, gaining him hero status among his peers.
 
:'''First Appearance:''' Ghosts 'n Goblins (1985)
 
:'''First Appearance:''' Ghosts 'n Goblins (1985)
   
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|'''Fighting Ability'''||4/7 (experienced fighter)
 
|'''Fighting Ability'''||4/7 (experienced fighter)
 
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==Other media==
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[[File:ArchieFirebrand.png|thumb|Firebrand in Worlds Unite]]
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===Archie Comics===
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Firebrand appears in the crossover Worlds Unite. When [[Arthur]] entered [[Astaroth]]'s castle and challenges him to free the [[Princess Prin Prin|Princess]], Astaroth orders Firebrand to fight against Arthur. Before their battle starts, [[w:c:megaman:Zain|Zain]] and [[w:c:megaman:Geemel|Geemel]] appear from a portal, followed by [[w:c:megaman:Zero/Archie Comics|Zero]] and [[w:c:sonic:Bunnie D'Coolette|Bunnie Rabbot]]. After learning of the current events, Astaroth makes a temporary truce with Arthur and orders Firebrand to join him in the battle against [[w:c:megaman:Sigma/Archie Comics|Sigma]].
   
 
== Gallery==
 
== Gallery==
 
<gallery captionalign="left">
 
<gallery captionalign="left">
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GQ2RedArremer.png|''Gargoyle's Quest II''
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GQ2Fire.png|''Gargoyle's Quest II''
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GQ2Jump.png|''Gargoyle's Quest II''
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GQ2HellClimb.png|''Gargoyle's Quest II''
 
File:DCFirebrand.png|Firebrand in ''Demon's Crest''
 
File:DCFirebrand.png|Firebrand in ''Demon's Crest''
 
File:GroundArremer.png|Ground Gargoyle form
 
File:GroundArremer.png|Ground Gargoyle form
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File:TidalArremer.png|Tidal Gargoyle form
 
File:TidalArremer.png|Tidal Gargoyle form
 
File:LegendArremer.png|Legend Gargoyle form
 
File:LegendArremer.png|Legend Gargoyle form
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Firebrand.png|''Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3''
 
3d0cefeda384699cf9aa5cbb0819e838.png|''Firebrand UMvC3 Victory Art''
 
3d0cefeda384699cf9aa5cbb0819e838.png|''Firebrand UMvC3 Victory Art''
 
Firebrand_DLC_22277_640screen.jpg|''Red Arremer King'' ''( DLC Attire )''
 
Firebrand_DLC_22277_640screen.jpg|''Red Arremer King'' ''( DLC Attire )''
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Firebrand-mvci.png|''Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite''
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
 
==Sprites==
 
==Sprites==
 
[[File:GQ1FirebrandB.png|Gargoyle's Quest]] [[File:GQ2FirebrandA.png|Gargoyle's Quest 2]] [[File:GQ2FirebrandB.png|Gargoyle's Quest 2]] [[File:GQ2GBFirebrandA.png|Makaimura Gaiden: The Demon Darkness]] [[File:GQ2GBFirebrandB.png|Makaimura Gaiden: The Demon Darkness]] [[File:DemonsCrestFirebrand.png|Demon's Crest]]
 
[[File:GQ1FirebrandB.png|Gargoyle's Quest]] [[File:GQ2FirebrandA.png|Gargoyle's Quest 2]] [[File:GQ2FirebrandB.png|Gargoyle's Quest 2]] [[File:GQ2GBFirebrandA.png|Makaimura Gaiden: The Demon Darkness]] [[File:GQ2GBFirebrandB.png|Makaimura Gaiden: The Demon Darkness]] [[File:DemonsCrestFirebrand.png|Demon's Crest]]
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==Trivia==
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*Despite seemingly never meeting him in the main games, [[Arthur]]'s special intros against Firebrand in the ''[https://marvelvscapcom.fandom.com/wiki/Marvel_vs._Capcom_(series) Marvel vs. Capcom]'' series reveal the two have fought many times prior.
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**This could be because the Firebrand shown in Marvel vs. Capcom is based more on the Red Arremer enemy instead of Firebrand himself
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Firebrand
Firebrand
Also Known As Red Arremer, Crimson Flame/Red Blaze, Red Arremer Joker, Joker.
From Gargoyle's Quest, Gargoyle's Quest II, Demon's Crest
Type of Character Playable
Note: This article only covers games the Red Arremer named Firebrand is in, as it is not guaranteed that a Red Arremer is Firebrand.

Firebrand, known only as Red Arremer in Japan, is the main character from the Gargoyle's Quest series, a mighty red gargoyle-like demon that has apparently lived for over a millenia (Phalanx states that Firebrand was once defeated by him "a thousand years ago", plus he was roaming the Ghoul Realm (Makai) from prehistoric times). He belongs to a race of gargoyle demons known as Red Arremers, considered the elite warriors of devil king Astaroth due to their skills in the arts of war. He has massive claws, powerful wings and a reinforced skull for headbutting. He is a master of fire breath magic.

Firebrand is considered a hero among his peers, and as such he has been nicknamed "Red Blaze" due to his bright red skin and prowess with fiery magic. He descends from a lineage of mutant red gargoyles that also saved the Makai in their time, and thus, has hidden powers that usually manifest when he obtains magical artifacts that act as catalysts by mere touch (IE: Gremlin Stick, Candle of Darkness).

History

The order of his adventures is a bit confusing. A commonly accepted timeline is Gargoyle's Quest II - Gargoyle's Quest - Demon's Crest. His history is organized based on this accepted yet unofficial timeline. It is also not clear if the Firebrand from the games are all the same or different Red Arremers with the same heritage.

Gargoyle's Quest II

Firebrand resumed his training on Etruria, his own village, ruled by king Morock. One day, while doing practice in a pocket dimension, a sinister Black Light covers Etruria. From the darkness emerges an army of destroyers, wiping out most of the villagers and leaving Morock badly wounded. Firebrand is ordered by him to report these events to the ruling king of the Makai at once, dying shortly after.

Firebrand goes through a painstaking journey to get to the palace of the king, slowly recovering his dormant powers and gaining some new ones. On the way, he meets Hecate, a fallen angel of the night, who tells him that the black light is a manifestation of Breager's mind, and gives Firebrand her own wings as a catalyst to empower his own. When he finally arrives, most of the townsfolk are bewitched under an imposter posing as the king. Firebrand slays the imposter, who recognizes him as the Red Blaze just before dying.

After these events, Firebrand releases the seal of the real king on top of Mount Imaus, a truly dangerous place. The king informs Firebrand that the one behind the black light is indeed Breager, who is being resurrected by Goza, his lieutenant. However, they lack information about the evil king, and Firebrand is sent in search of Lethe, a sage that is said to be the oldest inhabitant of the Makai. Firebrand enters the labyrinth where Lethe resides, conquers himself and gains the right to meet Lethe.

He is told of an old legend that speaks of Firebrand's heritage. Only the fully unleashed power of the Red Blaze's blood can truly destroy the king of destruction. With the help of the now king Lucifer, his queen Verona, and Lethe himself, Firebrand breaks the barrier to Breager's palace, surrounded by overflowing black light. Firebrand breaks through the castle's defenses and destroys Goza, only to be told that Breager has already been fully resurrected. Firebrand is helped by a patron deity of the Makai, Demogorgon, and fully awakens to his blood's heritage. Firebrand finds Breager in the throne room, and destroys him before his full power returns. Firebrand's true power then explodes, setting the whole Makai on a blazing, living fire, dissolving Breager's black light and somehow scorching to death only the foreign destroyers.

The king praises Firebrand for wiping out the entire threat by himself, and Firebrand is sent to the human world to explore it, and with permission to stay and rule it if he wants to.

Gargoyle's Quest

Firebrand Gargoyle&#039;s Quest

Firebrand as he appears in Gargoyle's Quest

The first game, but second in the timeline. Several hundred years have passed since the Black Light was destroyed. While in another dimension, three dying allies of Firebrand appear to warn him that the Demon Realm is under attack and tell him to return to the realm before the dimensional portal is closed. After returning, the few survivors from an attack of the Black Light inform him of what had occurred, and the Barone Jark asks Firebrand to recover his Gremlin Stick, giving him the Fingernail of the Spectre to help in the task. Firebrand then embarks on a journey on his own to stop the menace of the undead king of destruction, Breager, who was plotting to overtake the whole realm from the ruling monarchy using his endless minions controlled by the evil king's psychic power.

As Firebrand collected mystical artifacts while approaching Breager's keep, his latent powers start to develop, making him stronger than ever. However, to unleash his true potential he needed the Candle of Infinity that Lucifer had; after a battle to prove his worth, Firebrand receives from Lucifer the candle, unsealing the secrets to master arcane dark fire magic, something none of his kind could ever achieve anymore.

After discovering that he is the Red Blaze, Firebrand finally confronts Breager, slaying the evil king as he promises vengeance. The king of the Makai, Darkoan, is then released from Breager's seal, wiping out the evil king's whole army. As a reward, Firebrand is sent to see the human world, and is told that he can try conquering it if he wants.

Demon's Crest

Firebrand is on a quest to collect all of the elemental Crests, magical stones which preside over their respective elements (Fire, Earth, Water, Air, Time, and Heaven). It is said that when all crests are combined, the Crest of Infinity will appear, allowing its holder infinite power, and the ability to conquer any and all realms with it. However, during his quest, he is gravely wounded in a battle with the demon Somulo in his efforts to claim the Crest of Heaven, and the demon Phalanx uses Firebrand's moment of weakness to attack him and steal all of his crests for himself. Using the crests, Phalanx burns the Demon Realm and puts the blame on Firebrand, who is sealed. Many years later, Firebrand is released in a coliseum with a piece of the Crest of Fire, where he fights a revived Somulo and is forced to destroy him for good to survive. Escaping the coliseum, he goes after Phalanx to reclaim the Crests, obtaining one at a time in his battles against Phalanx's general Arma and in other places.

Whether Firebrand wants them for power, glory, or some sort of revenge is never stated. However, during the True Ending, which is attained once the "Dark Demon" is defeated, it is stated that "Realizing that his true power is not derived from the crests, Firebrand disposed of all the crests." With that information, it can be inferred that Firebrand was perhaps collecting the crests in an attempt to discover said "True Power".

Other appearances

While not named Firebrand, the Red Arremer Joker in Namco × Capcom is actually him, being said to have fought in the war of the crests several years ago.

Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3

Firebrand appears as a playable character in Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, alongside Arthur who returns from the original Marvel vs. Capcom 3.

Profile

Real Name: Firebrand
Occupation: Demon World Knight
Abilities: Can spit fireballs from his mouth, fly (hover) and cling to walls (Hell Climb).
Weapons: None
Profile: Firebrand is a type of Gargoyle known as a Red Arremer. He will stand up to any threat posed to his home, the Demon Village, without any fear. Firebrand is considered to be an elite warrior among the Red Arremers, gaining him hero status among his peers.
First Appearance: Ghosts 'n Goblins (1985)
Power Grid
RatingsUltimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3
Intelligence2/7 (normal)
Strength3/7 (peak human)
Speed3/7 (superhuman)
Stamina3/7 (enhanced)
Energy Projection5/7 (long range)
Fighting Ability4/7 (experienced fighter)

Other media

ArchieFirebrand

Firebrand in Worlds Unite

Archie Comics

Firebrand appears in the crossover Worlds Unite. When Arthur entered Astaroth's castle and challenges him to free the Princess, Astaroth orders Firebrand to fight against Arthur. Before their battle starts, Zain and Geemel appear from a portal, followed by Zero and Bunnie Rabbot. After learning of the current events, Astaroth makes a temporary truce with Arthur and orders Firebrand to join him in the battle against Sigma.

Gallery

Sprites

GQ1FirebrandB GQ2FirebrandA GQ2FirebrandB GQ2GBFirebrandA GQ2GBFirebrandB DemonsCrestFirebrand

Trivia

  • Despite seemingly never meeting him in the main games, Arthur's special intros against Firebrand in the Marvel vs. Capcom series reveal the two have fought many times prior.
    • This could be because the Firebrand shown in Marvel vs. Capcom is based more on the Red Arremer enemy instead of Firebrand himself
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