Like all other inhabitants of the Fire Kingdom, she is covered with fire, the very flames emitted from her body being extensions of herself that intensify when she becomes emotionally excited. Finn describes her as "passionate". When she was a toddler, her father attempted to exile her to Ooo out of fear that she would one day usurp the throne, but when Princess Bubblegum returned her, he locked her up instead. In the episode "Ignition Point" after asking Finn to retrieve candles from the Fire Kingdom, she inadvertently expressed her dislike of her father; this largely stems from her imprisonment. Eventually, Flame Princess begins to question herself, and doubts whether or not she is in fact evil. Finn is insistent that she is not evil and takes her on a journey into a dungeon to help her sort out her thoughts.
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The young fire ruler expected having a typical day at work. She expected mundane hearings at her throne room, the typical bickering from her imprisoned father, and reading and writing tons of paperwork. However, today was different. When she and her citizens began to the start their lives in the morning, a sudden disaster disrupted their daily routine.
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The American animated television series Adventure Time features a cast of fictional characters created by Pendleton Ward. The series revolves around the adventures of protagonists Finn voiced by Jeremy Shada , a teenage human boy, and his best friend Jake voiced by John DiMaggio , a dog with magical powers to change shape and grow and shrink at will. Finn and Jake live in the post-apocalyptic Land of Ooo, and travel the land while they adventure.
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