Fire Fist

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Fire Fist
Fire Fist
Japanese
  • えんせい
  • 炎星 (base)
  • えんせい (ruby)
  • Ensei (romanized)
  • Flame Star (translated)

Chinese
  • 炎星
  • Yánxīng (pinyin)
  • Jim4 sing1 (jyutping)
  • Flame Star (translated)

French
  • Poing de Feu

German
  • Feuerfaust

Italian
  • Pugno di Fuoco

Korean
  • 염성
  • 炎星 (Hanja)
  • Yeomseong (romanized)
  • Flame Star (translated)

Portuguese
  • Punho de Fogo

Spanish
  • Puño de Fuego


Sets

TCG Sets

OCG Sets

Korea-Only

Manga appearances


"Fire Fist", known as "Flame Star" (えんせい Ensei) in the OCG, is an archetype of FIRE Beast-Warrior monsters. They are played by Shota Geki in the Yu-Gi-Oh! D Team ZEXAL manga.

In the OCG, every "Fire Fist" monster (except "Eagle", "Horse Prince", "Lion Emperor" and "Spirit") is named after the 108 heroes of Water Margin, the "108 Stars of Destiny", mixed with names of animals. "Eagle", "Horse Prince", "Lion Emperor", and "Spirit" are characters from the novel, while the "Fire Formation" Spell/Trap Cards are named after celestials.

As seen in the artworks, every "Fire Fist" monster has a flame which represents a monster/animal form, except "Spirit" who is a flame. Most "Fire Fist" monsters have a counterpart monster in the archetype with the same Level, ATK value and flame color. They can be seen together in the "Fire Formation" cards.

"Fire Fist" monsters debuted in the OCG as promotional cards in various magazines. The first retail set to include "Fire Fist" cards was Cosmo Blazer.

"Brotherhood of the Fire Fist - Tiger King" appears as a character in Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Arena.

Members[edit]

Currently only twenty-four of the "108 Stars of Destiny" and four other characters have been released as cards in the OCG. Roughly a third of the heroes, the "Heavenly Spirits" and "Earthly Fiends" have been released.

Monster (OCG) Rank Star Creatures[Notes 1] Water Margin Heroes Flame Color
Souko 1 Leader Star Tiger (Ko) Song Jiang (Sō Kō) White
Rishunki 2 Strength Star Qilin (Kirin)[Notes 2] Lu Junyi (Ro Shungi) Black
Goyoute 3 Knowledge Star Coyote (Koyōte) Wu Yong (Go Yō) Green
Koukanshou 4 Leisure Star Cardinal (Kōkanchō) Gongsun Sheng (Kōson Shō) Mixed Light blue with Red
Enshou 5 Brave Star Monkey (En) Guan Sheng (Kan Shō) Red
Suneirin 6 Majestic Star Snake (Suneiku) Lin Chong (Rin Chū) Orange
Tenrei 7 Fierce Star Banteng (Banten) and Reindeer (Reindia) Qin Ming (Shin Mei) Purple
Hienshaku 8 Prestige Star Swallow (Hien)[Notes 3] Huyan Zhuo (Koen Shaku) Green
Houkuei 9 Hero Star Hawk (Hōku) Hua Rong (Ka Ei) Yellow
Hakutenou 11 Wealth Star Swan (Hakuchō) Li Ying (Ri Ō) Grey
Roshishin 13 Solitary Star Boar (Inoshishi) Lu Zhishen (Ro Chishin) Purple
Urubushou 14 Harm Star Wolf (Urufu) Wu Song (Bu Shō) Blue
Toukei 15 Steadfast Star Chicken (Kei) Dong Ping (Tō Hei) Violet
Seivun 16 Agile Star Raven (Reivun) Zhang Qing (Chō Sei) Yellow
Yuushi 17 Dark Star Bear (Yū) Yang Zhi (Yō Shi) Red
Saichou 19 Flight Star Rhinoceros (Sai) Suo Chao (Saku Chō) Indigo
Taihyou 20 Speed Star Leopard (Hyō) Dai Zong (Tai Sō) Blue
Buruki 22 Killer Star Bull (Buru) Li Kui (Ri Ki) Indigo
Ryuushishin 23 Minute Star Dragon (Ryū) Shi Jin (Shi Shin) Orange
Rishunmao 26 Longevity Star Panda Li Jun (Ri Shun) Dark Blue
Eransei 36 Skilful Star Eland (Erando) Yan Qing (En Sei) Black
Shību 37 Leader Star Sheep (Shīpu) Zhu Wu (Shu Bu) Purple
Kosanjaku 59 Bright Star Peacock (Kujaku) Hu Sanniang (Ko Sanjō) Grey
Zousei 76 Handsome Star Elephant (Zō) Song Qing (Sō Sei) Cyan
Chouraio None Star Emperor Lion (Raion) Chao Gai (Chō Gai) White
Chouten None Star Master Sky (Ten)[Notes 4] Zhang Daoling (Chō Ryō) Violet
Houshin None Star Marquis Horse (Hōsu) Hong Xin (Kō Shin) Prussian blue
Washinjin None Star Hermit Eagle (Washi) Taoist Luo (Ra Shinjin) White and Black

Playing style[edit]

The first three "Fire Fist" Monsters focus on Summoning Level 3 FIRE Monsters, though they also have drawbacks. Their effects also indirectly support each other, making their respective Summons easier.

The monsters introduced in Cosmo Blazer have swarming effects initiated by sending "Fire Formation" Spell/Trap cards to the Graveyard. But the support released in Lord of the Tachyon Galaxy have effects that initiate by sending not only "Fire Formation" Spell/Trap cards but "Fire Fist" Monsters as well and their effects interact both the Hand and Graveyard. And the support released in Judgment of the Light have effects to Special Summon "Fire Fist" Monsters from the Deck and setting "Fire Formation" Spell cards when they are destroyed by battle ("Boar") or by card effects ("Caribou").

One of the most effective ways to play with a "Fire Fist" Deck is using the Level 4 "Fire Fist" monsters and the "Fire Formation" Spells to Xyz Summon Rank 4 monsters. Using "Fire Formation - Tenki" to search for Monsters such as "Brotherhood of the Fire Fist - Gorilla" or "Brotherhood of the Fire Fist - Bear", you can use them to destroy one of your opponent's cards, depending on which monster you added to your hand. Then, if "Fire Formation - Tensu" is in your hand with another Level 4 Beast-Warrior, use them to Xyz Summon a Rank 4. Another method can be through "Coach Soldier Wolfbark" when any of the "Fire Formation" Spells are available. Because the main focus of this version of the deck is focused on Rank 4 Xyz Monsters, Level 3 Monsters are not necessary, though in emergency cases, "Brotherhood of the Fire Fist - Raven" is probably the only Level 3 "Fire Fist" Monster necessary. Other support can include staples, "Fire Formation" Traps for supporting Beast-Warriors, "Reborn Tengu" for more Xyz Materials, "Brotherhood of the Fire Fist - Snake" for some draw power, and "Brotherhood of the Fire Fist - Dragon" for Special Summoning "Fire Fists" like "Gorilla" and "Bear" to help destroy one of your opponent's cards.

This build of the Deck focuses primarily on summoning the Synchro monster "Horse Prince" by using the Tuner, "Spirit", to resurrect "Leopard" or "Rooster", then use its effect to add another "Fire Fist" Monster to your hand, and his effect to set another "Fire Formation" Spell/Trap from your Deck (If you summoned him by via "Spirit"). Or, you can use "Fire Formation - Tensu" to Summon a "Raven" after Normal Summoning "Spirit", whom will let you set a "Fire Formation" Spell/Trap from your Deck when Synchro Summoned into "Horse Prince". But keep in mind, if you decide to set a Spell/Trap and summoned "Rooster" with the effect of "Horse Prince", "Rooster" will lose timing and you cannot search.

With the release of their second Tuner, "Boar", you can also add in your normal Level 4 Fire Fist monsters, "Bear", "Gorilla" and "Dragon", to keep control of your opponent's cards and be able to Special Summon more "Fire Fist" Monsters while also being able to Synchro Summon into Level 8's. "Boar" can Synchro Summon into either "Kirin", "Crimson Blader" or "Black Rose Dragon". "Kirin" allows you to Set another "Fire Formation" Spell/Trap card from your Deck when Synchro Summoned.

Running the Level 4's and Level 3's also still gives you the option of Xyz Summoning into "Lion Emperor", "Tiger King" and "Cardinal", if you choose.

Recommended cards[edit]

Recommended cards

Yugioh-card Decklists / Cosmo Blazer Poster[edit]

Deck A
Deck B
Cosmo Blazer Poster

Notes[edit]

  1. Japanese readings are given in parentheses.
  2. Lu Junyi's nickname is "Jade Qilin"; "qilin" is sometimes referred to as "Chinese unicorn".
  3. "Hien" means "flying swallow".
  4. Zhang Ling's nickname is "Ancestral Celestial Master".