|Alternate Names||Ignius (PAL), ファイアム [Firem] (JP)|
|Diameter||800km (497 miles)|
|Planetary Grouping||Molten Hellions|
|Size (Height)||1.5m (4ft, ~11in)|
Firim is a rather small planet, the third smallest in diameter in Meteos. It is primarily made of viscous magma and lava, which, combined with a rapid rotation, has warped the planet's shape into a sort of rounded lightning bolt. There appears to be more solid hardened rock that serve as the "continents" that the Firimes live on.Firim appears in Star Trip mode's Multi route as part of the Molten Hellions, sharing its grouping with Hotted.
The Firimes are around 1.5 meters in height, and have a population of about 30 million. They are humanoid, with a head like that of a flame, with a single eye visible within. They are said to be able to command lava flows at will.
This planet does not require any sort of fusion to unlock, as it is unlocked from the start. Its Sound Set, Rocking Spirit, requires 100 Fire Meteos to fuse, or can be unlocked by clearing the Branch route in Star Trip with 4 minutes or less of gameplay.
In the original Meteos game, Firim has a large abundance of Fire Meteos, with a much smaller, but equal balance of Air, Soil, Iron, and Zap Meteos. Firim has a mere 7 columns to launch Meteos from, one of the smallest in the game. Firim has fairly powerful launches, with vertical launches being somewhat more powerful. Due to the small number of columns, it is easy to get cluttered with burnt Meteos, however.
Meteos Online/Wars DataEdit
Firim experienced high frequencies of Fire Meteos, slightly lower, equal frequencies of Iron and Air, approximatley halved, equal frequencies of Soil and Zap, and finally trace amounts of Dark. The Rare Meteo that could drop here was Time.
Firim made it's third appearance in Meteos Wars, as a starter planet. It had it's Meteos lineup altered slightly, with it's Soil Meteos changed to Dark Meteos, and all of it's Meteos frequencies, barring Fire Meteos, brought down.
The native's animation was also changed to have the native's head spin around at various times during the animation. Nevertheless, Firim retains it's fast gameplay, even with the natural slowdown, and is quite an effective planet on all accounts, while still being usable by beginners. Combined with it's natuarally high attack power and it's Planet Impact, Sentinel, Firim can be quite the formidable opponent, but struggles against planets with high defensive capabilites, especially Arod.