Fireworks are environmental hazards in the city of Columbia. They are normally used to celebrate events such as Columbia's secession from the United States.
They are sold by Lewis Brothers for 50¢ in 100 different varieties.
Barrels filled with fireworks are seen primarily throughout the Welcome Center and on the Comstock Center Rooftops.
Some barrels explode when shot at or exposed to open flame when using Devil's Kiss.
Firework launchers are located on the Hovercraft in Raffle Square and the plaza in Shady Lane.
They can be set off numerous times, but the effect is purely cosmetic.
Behind the ScenesEdit
The Old Continentals - illustration for the Brander Matthews book, "Poems of American Patriotism", 1922.
Illustration for the Ben Ames Williams book "Amateurs at War", 1943.