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Various mistakes made in attempting fireballs

There are three flames in this picture. The dark flames in the center are the remnants of the fireball; airborne and no threat. The bright flame center bottom is the ignition source; also no threat. Just to the left of the ignition source are darker flames. This is the wall on fire. This shot was very rich, causing unburned fuel to hit the wall and start it on fire.

Flame-out. This occurs when the too much liquid hits the ignition source, either by the Dragon being too close, or not creating a find enough mist. Liquid fuel will quench the flame of the fuel source as only fuel vapor burns. The only risk of flame-out is unburned fuel falling to the ground, where is could ignite.

Too close! The flame front it right in the Dragon's face, which is likely burning off facial hair (or worse). There is also the potential of backdraft-- inhaling the flames.

The aftermath of the first time this chair started on fire. Note the burn marks on the floor as well. Eventually, this chair was unusable due to the extensive burning.
Taken by Crystal

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