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The Firebird appears in real world Russian folk tales and is the subject of a Stravinsky ballet.
 
The Firebird appears in real world Russian folk tales and is the subject of a Stravinsky ballet.
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Being 'birds' they fit the theme of Transylvito units being slang terms for women (along with Goyles, Dolls, and Molls.)
  
 
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Revision as of 15:46, 2 December 2009

Proposed Canon

Firebirds are bird flying units, like orlies and thunderbirds.

Like a phoenix, a firebird is a bird that is perpetually on fire, providing it with a natural attack and defense superior to that of more mundane fowl.

Known Users

Transylvito

Real World References

Firebird was an automobile released by Pontiac between 1967 and 2002.

It was also the original name of FireFox web-browser, the twin of the ThunderBird Email-Thingy

The Firebird appears in real world Russian folk tales and is the subject of a Stravinsky ballet.

Being 'birds' they fit the theme of Transylvito units being slang terms for women (along with Goyles, Dolls, and Molls.)