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{{see also|Turrets|Micro-upgrades Firebird|Indication of parameters}}<br>
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{{see also|Turrets|Micro-upgrades Firebird|Indication of parameters|Firebird guide}}<br>
 
Firebird deals damage through both a jet of flame and the resulting burn that occurs upon contact, capable of ailing opponents even after the weapon has stopped firing. Firebird, like [[Freeze]], can deal damage to several tanks within close proximity simultaneously. For a novice player, the main advantage of Firebird is that aim isn't really necessary; all that is required is to point the stream of fire in the general direction of a foe.<br><br>
 
Firebird deals damage through both a jet of flame and the resulting burn that occurs upon contact, capable of ailing opponents even after the weapon has stopped firing. Firebird, like [[Freeze]], can deal damage to several tanks within close proximity simultaneously. For a novice player, the main advantage of Firebird is that aim isn't really necessary; all that is required is to point the stream of fire in the general direction of a foe.<br><br>
 
===Description in Garage===
 
===Description in Garage===
A good weapon for short-range battle. Fires a stream of napalm that burns tanks within its damage radius. Burning opponents continue to take damage even after the Firebird's attack stops. Can thaw frozen tanks and is a great choice for fast and medium hulls.<br><br>
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Close-range turret. Puts enemies on fire, dealing addition damage over time. Unfreezes tanks. Has a limited fuel capacity, which recovers with time.<br>
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On the narrow city streets, when the battle looks more like an ant farm, there’s no better weapon than Firebird. Ideal turret for limited areas with no space to maneuver. Equally wonderful at putting slow heavy tanks on fire and crisping up fast light hulls. By carefully spreading the fuel over multiple targets, you can burn down a whole tank factory. Even a small amount of fuel can be enough to light up a careless enemy, so you can look for a new target and the burning enemy will blow up on its own. Unless, of course, its teammates won’t put out the fire with Freeze.<br><br>
 
{|border="0"
 
{|border="0"
  |width="25%"|[[File:Turret_firebird_m0_2.png|200px|link=]] <center>'''Firebird M0'''</center>
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  |width="20%"|[[File:Turret_firebird_m0_2.png|160px|link=]] <center>'''Firebird M0'''</center>
  |width="25%"|[[File:Turret_firebird_m1_2.png|200px|link=]] <center>'''Firebird M1'''</center>
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  |width="20%"|[[File:Turret_firebird_m1_2.png|160px|link=]] <center>'''Firebird M1'''</center>
  |width="25%"|[[File:Turret_firebird_m2_2.png|200px|link=]] <center>'''Firebird M2'''</center>
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  |width="20%"|[[File:Turret_firebird_m2_2.png|160px|link=]] <center>'''Firebird M2'''</center>
  |width="25%"|[[File:Turret_firebird_m3_2.png|200px|link=]] <center>'''Firebird M3'''</center>
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  |width="20%"|[[File:Turret_firebird_m3_2.png|160px|link=]] <center>'''Firebird M3'''</center>
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|width="20%"|[[File:Firebird XT.png|160px|link=]] <center>'''Firebird XT'''</center>
 
|}
 
|}
  
 
{|class="wikitable" border="1"
 
{|class="wikitable" border="1"
  |width="30%" style="background:#2b2b2b"|
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  |width="30%" style="background:#2b2b2b"|[[File:Firebird.png|25px|link=]] '''Firebird'''
  |width="14%" style="background:#2b2b2b"|<center>'''М0'''</center>
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  |width="14%" style="background:#2b2b2b"|<center>'''М0 |''' [[File:MU_Icon.png|20px|link=https://en.tankiwiki.com/Micro-upgrades_Firebird#Micro-Upgrades_Firebird_M0]]</center>
  |width="14%" style="background:#2b2b2b"|<center>'''М1'''</center>
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  |width="14%" style="background:#2b2b2b"|<center>'''М1 |''' [[File:MU_Icon.png|20px|link=https://en.tankiwiki.com/Micro-upgrades_Firebird#Micro-Upgrades_Firebird_M1]]</center>
  |width="14%" style="background:#2b2b2b"|<center>'''М2'''</center>
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  |width="14%" style="background:#2b2b2b"|<center>'''М2 |''' [[File:MU_Icon.png|20px|link=https://en.tankiwiki.com/Micro-upgrades_Firebird#Micro-Upgrades_Firebird_M2]]</center>
  |width="14%" style="background:#2b2b2b"|<center>'''М3'''</center>
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  |width="14%" style="background:#2b2b2b"|<center>'''М3 |''' [[File:MU_Icon.png|20px|link=https://en.tankiwiki.com/Micro-upgrades_Firebird#Micro-Upgrades_Firebird_M3]]</center>
 
  |width="14%" style="background:#2b2b2b"|<center>'''М3+'''</center>
 
  |width="14%" style="background:#2b2b2b"|<center>'''М3+'''</center>
 
  |-
 
  |-
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|'''Available from'''
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  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|'''Available From'''
 
  |<center>[[File:IconsNormal_01.png|50x25px|Recruit|link=Ranks#Recruit]] '''[[Ranks#Recruit|Recruit]]'''</center>
 
  |<center>[[File:IconsNormal_01.png|50x25px|Recruit|link=Ranks#Recruit]] '''[[Ranks#Recruit|Recruit]]'''</center>
 
  |<center>[[File:IconsNormal_08.png|50x25px|Master Sergeant|link=Ranks#Master Sergeant]] '''[[Ranks#Master Sergeant|Master Sergeant]]'''</center>
 
  |<center>[[File:IconsNormal_08.png|50x25px|Master Sergeant|link=Ranks#Master Sergeant]] '''[[Ranks#Master Sergeant|Master Sergeant]]'''</center>
 
  |<center>[[File:IconsNormal_20.png|50x25px|Major|link=Ranks#Major]] '''[[Ranks#Major|Major]]'''</center>
 
  |<center>[[File:IconsNormal_20.png|50x25px|Major|link=Ranks#Major]] '''[[Ranks#Major|Major]]'''</center>
 
  |<center>[[File:IconsNormal_27.png|50x25px|Marshal|link=Ranks#Marshal]] '''[[Ranks#Marshal|Marshal]]'''</center>
 
  |<center>[[File:IconsNormal_27.png|50x25px|Marshal|link=Ranks#Marshal]] '''[[Ranks#Marshal|Marshal]]'''</center>
  |<center>'''[[Micro-upgrades_Firebird#Micro-upgrades_Firebird_.D0.9C3|Micro-upgrades]]'''</center>
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  |<center>[[File:IconsNormal_27.png|50x25px|Marshal|link=Ranks#Marshal]] '''[[Ranks#Marshal|Marshal]]'''</center>
 
  |-
 
  |-
 
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|'''Price of Modification'''
 
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|'''Price of Modification'''
  |<center>100</center>
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  |<center>100 [[File:crystal.png|link=]]</center>
  |<center>+7 100</center>
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  |<center>7 100 [[File:crystal.png|link=]]</center>
  |<center>+94 600</center>
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  |<center>94 600 [[File:crystal.png|link=]]</center>
  |<center>+232 150</center>
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  |<center>232 150 [[File:crystal.png|link=]]</center>
  |<center>+911 750</center>
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  |<center>455 900 [[File:crystal.png|link=]]</center>
 
  |-
 
  |-
  |style="background:#444" colspan="6"|<center>'''[[Alterations]]'''</center>
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  |style="background:#444" colspan="6"|<center>'''[https://en.tankiwiki.com/Alterations#Alterations_for_Firebird Alterations]'''</center>
 
  |-
 
  |-
 
  |colspan="6"|<center>'''Upgradable Parameters'''</center>
 
  |colspan="6"|<center>'''Upgradable Parameters'''</center>
 
  |-
 
  |-
 
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|[[File:2a40baa3.png|20px|link=]] '''Damage (HP/sec)'''
 
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|[[File:2a40baa3.png|20px|link=]] '''Damage (HP/sec)'''
  |<center>375</center>
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  |<center>200</center>
  |<center>454.26</center>
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  |<center>302.94</center>
  |<center>560.15</center>
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  |<center>479.41</center>
  |<center>669.41</center>
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  |<center>582.35</center>
  |<center>760</center>
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  |<center>700</center>
 
  |-
 
  |-
 
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|[[File:ae5da89d.png|20px|link=]] '''Rotation speed (deg/sec)'''
 
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|[[File:ae5da89d.png|20px|link=]] '''Rotation speed (deg/sec)'''
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  |-  
 
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|[[File:66908195.png|20px|link=]] '''Range of min damage (m)'''
 
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|[[File:66908195.png|20px|link=]] '''Range of min damage (m)'''
  |<center>17</center>
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  |<center>15</center>
  |<center>18.65</center>
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  |<center>16.03</center>
  |<center>21.47</center>
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  |<center>17.79</center>
  |<center>23.12</center>
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  |<center>18.82</center>
  |<center>25</center>
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  |<center>20</center>
 
  |-
 
  |-
 
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|[[File:03ef3ff7.png|20px|link=]] '''Burning time (sec)'''
 
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|[[File:03ef3ff7.png|20px|link=]] '''Burning time (sec)'''
  |<center>4</center>
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  |<center>3</center>
  |<center>7.3</center>
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  |<center>4.4</center>
  |<center>12.9</center>
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  |<center>6.9</center>
  |<center>16.2</center>
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  |<center>8.4</center>
  |<center>20</center>
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  |<center>10</center>
 
  |-
 
  |-
 
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|'''Temperature limit'''
 
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|'''Temperature limit'''
  |<center>0.2</center>
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  |<center>0.3</center>
  |<center>0.36</center>
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  |<center>0.44</center>
  |<center>0.65</center>
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  |<center>0.69</center>
  |<center>0.81</center>
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  |<center>0.84</center>
 
  |<center>1</center>
 
  |<center>1</center>
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|style="background:#2b2b2b"|'''Heating rate (temp/sec)'''
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|<center>0.2</center>
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|<center>0.26</center>
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|<center>0.37</center>
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|<center>0.43</center>
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|<center>0.5</center>
 
  |-
 
  |-
 
  |colspan="6"|<center>'''Non-upgradable Parameters'''</center>
 
  |colspan="6"|<center>'''Non-upgradable Parameters'''</center>
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  |<center>200</center>
 
  |<center>200</center>
 
  |-
 
  |-
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|'''Heating rate (temp/sec)'''
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  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|'''Weak damage (%)'''
  |<center>0.4</center>
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  |<center>10</center>
  |<center>0.4</center>
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  |<center>10</center>
  |<center>0.4</center>
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  |<center>10</center>
  |<center>0.4</center>
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  |<center>10</center>
  |<center>0.4</center>
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  |<center>10</center>
 
  |-
 
  |-
 
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|'''Cone angle (deg)'''
 
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|'''Cone angle (deg)'''
  |<center>20</center>
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  |<center>25</center>
  |<center>20</center>
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  |<center>25</center>
  |<center>20</center>
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  |<center>25</center>
  |<center>20</center>
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  |<center>25</center>
  |<center>20</center>
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  |<center>25</center>
 
  |}
 
  |}
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[[File:Module_Firebird.png|right|thumb|link=|Fox M3 module]]<br>
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===Protection Module and Icon===
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[[File:_Firebird.png|link=]] - The icon used to indicate Firebird in various parts of the [[Heads Up Display]].<br>
  
<div class="usermessage mw-customtoggle-myTable1"><div align="center"><span style="color:#ffffff">Table of Characteristics</span></div></div>
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Protection module which reduces damage dealt from an enemy Firebird: [[Modules|Fox module]].
<div class="mw-collapsible mw-collapsed" id="mw-customcollapsible-myTable1">
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<br><br><br><br>
 
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{{BeginPrettySpoiler|title=Table of Characteristics}}
 
*'''Damage (HP/sec)''' — The amount of damage dealt to an enemy tank per second.
 
*'''Damage (HP/sec)''' — The amount of damage dealt to an enemy tank per second.
 
*'''Rotation speed (deg/sec)''' — This is the maximum speed that the turret can rotate at.
 
*'''Rotation speed (deg/sec)''' — This is the maximum speed that the turret can rotate at.
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*'''Heating rate (temp/sec)''' — The increase in an enemy tank's temperature per second.
 
*'''Heating rate (temp/sec)''' — The increase in an enemy tank's temperature per second.
 
*'''Cone angle (deg)''' — The conic, outward range in degrees that the flame spreads from the tip of the turret. Damage can not be dealt to an opponent outside of this cone.
 
*'''Cone angle (deg)''' — The conic, outward range in degrees that the flame spreads from the tip of the turret. Damage can not be dealt to an opponent outside of this cone.
</div>
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{{EndPrettySpoiler}}
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===Interesting Facts===
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*Firebird didn't always hold the ability to cause damage in after-burn. Prior to the Update #114 - the Global Re-balance, Firebird's flame only damaged tanks and lowered their health, but didn't cause after-burn.
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*In late-2009, a very intriguing bug was noticed when a player using Firebird left a battle while still firing. The flame still appeared on the map, and in some rare cases, it didn't disappear until the battle was terminated by the server.
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*Long, long ago, Firebird M3's flame was actually blue instead of the current yellowish-orange shades.
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*On September 10, 2015, Firebird XT was added into the game - which could be obtained by completing a specific [[Missions|Daily Mission]] or by purchasing it in the [[Garage]] for 500 000 crystals whilst having a Premium Account. This version of Firebird differed from its original counterpart only by looks, and not by any extra or higher statistics.
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*The Demonic Firebird Skin was added into the game on 31st October as part of a special star week in which you had to obtain 900 stars to earn the skin.
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{| class="wikitable" width="60%"
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|style="text-align: center; font-weight: bold; background-color: rgb(197,73,37); color: #ffffff;"|Firebird Demonic
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[[File:Firebird_DC.png|left|160x103px|link=]]
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Have you been looking for a way to unleash your inner demon for a long time? Here it is. Which demon will it be today — a cunning imp, an evil witch or a mysterious vampire?
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|}

Revision as of 16:20, 2 December 2018


Firebird deals damage through both a jet of flame and the resulting burn that occurs upon contact, capable of ailing opponents even after the weapon has stopped firing. Firebird, like Freeze, can deal damage to several tanks within close proximity simultaneously. For a novice player, the main advantage of Firebird is that aim isn't really necessary; all that is required is to point the stream of fire in the general direction of a foe.

Description in Garage

Close-range turret. Puts enemies on fire, dealing addition damage over time. Unfreezes tanks. Has a limited fuel capacity, which recovers with time.

On the narrow city streets, when the battle looks more like an ant farm, there’s no better weapon than Firebird. Ideal turret for limited areas with no space to maneuver. Equally wonderful at putting slow heavy tanks on fire and crisping up fast light hulls. By carefully spreading the fuel over multiple targets, you can burn down a whole tank factory. Even a small amount of fuel can be enough to light up a careless enemy, so you can look for a new target and the burning enemy will blow up on its own. Unless, of course, its teammates won’t put out the fire with Freeze.

Turret firebird m0 2.png
Firebird M0
Turret firebird m1 2.png
Firebird M1
Turret firebird m2 2.png
Firebird M2
Turret firebird m3 2.png
Firebird M3
Firebird XT.png
Firebird XT
Firebird.png Firebird
М0 | MU Icon.png
М1 | MU Icon.png
М2 | MU Icon.png
М3 | MU Icon.png
М3+
Available From
Recruit Recruit
Master Sergeant Master Sergeant
Major Major
Marshal Marshal
Marshal Marshal
Price of Modification
100 Crystal.png
7 100 Crystal.png
94 600 Crystal.png
232 150 Crystal.png
455 900 Crystal.png
Alterations
Upgradable Parameters
2a40baa3.png Damage (HP/sec)
200
302.94
479.41
582.35
700
Ae5da89d.png Rotation speed (deg/sec)
90
108.53
140.29
158.82
180
Rotation acceleration (deg/sec²)
90
108.53
140.29
158.82
180
Range of max damage (m)
5
6.03
7.79
8.82
10
66908195.png Range of min damage (m)
15
16.03
17.79
18.82
20
03ef3ff7.png Burning time (sec)
3
4.4
6.9
8.4
10
Temperature limit
0.3
0.44
0.69
0.84
1
Heating rate (temp/sec)
0.2
0.26
0.37
0.43
0.5
Non-upgradable Parameters
7dcd6fc2.png Reload time (sec)
6
6
6
6
6
Amount of energy
1 000
1 000
1 000
1 000
1 000
Energy consumption (eng/sec)
200
200
200
200
200
Weak damage (%)
10
10
10
10
10
Cone angle (deg)
25
25
25
25
25
Fox M3 module

Protection Module and Icon

Firebird.png - The icon used to indicate Firebird in various parts of the Heads Up Display.

Protection module which reduces damage dealt from an enemy Firebird: Fox module.



Table of Characteristics
  • Damage (HP/sec) — The amount of damage dealt to an enemy tank per second.
  • Rotation speed (deg/sec) — This is the maximum speed that the turret can rotate at.
  • Rotation acceleration (deg/sec²) — The acceleration of the turret reaching its maximum rotation speed.
  • Range of max damage (m) — The distance at which the turret deals its full damage. If the distance is greater than the max damage range, the damage constantly decreases until a tank passes the minimum damage range.
  • Range of min damage (m) — The distance at which the turret's damage reaches zero and stops decreasing.
  • Burning time (sec) — The period of time, starting from the moment when Firebird's attack ends, that the enemy tank suffers from afterburn and receives burning damage.
  • Temperature limit — The maximum temperature that an enemy tank can be heated to. This affects burning time and burning damage.
  • Reload time (sec) — The total required time in seconds to replenish Firebird's energy if it has been completely exhausted.
  • Amount of energy — The total amount of energy that can be expended for shooting.
  • Energy consumption (eng/sec) — The amount of energy used per second if Firebird is used continuously.
  • Heating rate (temp/sec) — The increase in an enemy tank's temperature per second.
  • Cone angle (deg) — The conic, outward range in degrees that the flame spreads from the tip of the turret. Damage can not be dealt to an opponent outside of this cone.

Interesting Facts

  • Firebird didn't always hold the ability to cause damage in after-burn. Prior to the Update #114 - the Global Re-balance, Firebird's flame only damaged tanks and lowered their health, but didn't cause after-burn.
  • In late-2009, a very intriguing bug was noticed when a player using Firebird left a battle while still firing. The flame still appeared on the map, and in some rare cases, it didn't disappear until the battle was terminated by the server.
  • Long, long ago, Firebird M3's flame was actually blue instead of the current yellowish-orange shades.
  • On September 10, 2015, Firebird XT was added into the game - which could be obtained by completing a specific Daily Mission or by purchasing it in the Garage for 500 000 crystals whilst having a Premium Account. This version of Firebird differed from its original counterpart only by looks, and not by any extra or higher statistics.
  • The Demonic Firebird Skin was added into the game on 31st October as part of a special star week in which you had to obtain 900 stars to earn the skin.
Firebird Demonic
Firebird DC.png

Have you been looking for a way to unleash your inner demon for a long time? Here it is. Which demon will it be today — a cunning imp, an evil witch or a mysterious vampire?