See also: Spell Combinations: Flame-Quencher

Codex text

A grease fire is notoriously hard to extinguish, usually burning until it runs out of fuel. However, a mage can suppress the flames of a grease fire by lowering the temperature of the surrounding air. The bitterly cold winter winds of a Blizzard spell will freeze the grease itself, causing the fire to sputter and die.

Further information

A Grease Fire is eliminated.