Did you Know? Greek Fire, a weapon of the Eastern Roman Empire, was utilised in ship-mounted flamethrowers.
With the fall of the Roman Empire, the secret of making Greek Fire was lost. Throwing water on it would simply feed the flames, making this weapon one-of-a-kind and lethal. It had a gelatinous feel and stuck to everything. It was largely utilised in naval warfare since the huge flamethrowers required for its projectile usage could be handled easier by ships than troops. A fleet of floating wood and canvas ships would be readily destroyed by the Greek Fire.
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