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Blowtorch is a small alien consisting of a plasma core surrounded by blue fire, with a single orange flame on its head, and a small torso with two little blue flames acting as legs. HE has two black spots on his face that resemble eyes.
The Omnitrix symbol is located on his back.
- Fire Manipulation- Blowtorch is able to manipulate fire, whether that be his own or from another source of heat.
- Extreme Heat Generation- Blowtorch is able to concentrate enough heat to the point where it’s able to cut through and even weld metal together.
- Enhanced Speed- Blowtorch is able to zip around from one side of a room to another in a mere moment.
- Flight- Blowtorch is capable of flight, using its bottom flames as thrusters.
- Small Size- Blowtorch is quite small, which could be a disadvantage if it’s fighting a larger opponent that is able to keep up with its speed.
- Water- Although they won't die when submerged, Blowtorch will get significantly weakened when underwater.
- Low Oxygen Environments- As fire needs oxygen in order to burn, if Blowtorch is in an environment that has little to none, he'll lose most of his form and won’t be able to do much.
- Speech Impairment- Due to a lack of mouth, Blowtorch is unable to communicate in a traditional sense, instead, relying on light flashes and crude drawings to communicate.
The forests of Ignisaesha are some of the densest and darkest in all of the galaxy, making the Wisps evolve to produce their own heat and light to survive and get around, how the wisps came into existence in the first place is unknown. Somehow, centuries ago, some Ignisaesian Wisps ended up on Earth and scattered throughout the world, making their homes within dark and damp areas similar to the forests of their planet.
Ignisaesian Wisps are very curious creatures, as they would follow humans around throughout the forests and swamps, but were smart enough to if spotted, would fly away at high speeds in fear of being caught or injured, These sightings inevitably inspired the Folklore around the “Will-o'-wisp”.