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Posted:you probably won't find much on here about techniques, cos fire breathing is incredibly dangerous & a bit icky. plus, the amount of fuel you would need in your mouth for a sustained flame can NOT be good for you! & that's aside from the increased risk of accidently swallowing some of it...
i'd also suggest having a read of these threads/articles
Posted:Yeah I know. Thanks for those but I've already read through all of it. Just looking for expanding on things. I've been doing basic stuff like fireballs for a while, and wanted to read some stuff on sustainment. Like any specific safety dos and donts of sustainment, and proper techniques.