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7th Oct '17 4:50:29 PM DarkPhoenix94
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** Nate Grey a.k.a. ComicBook/XMan is in theory even stronger. Numerous feats (such as being able to destroy the Moon in one shot) aside, Norman Osborn notes that he could go one on one with the Sentry, at the time when the Sentry was pulling insane feats out of his ass every other week.

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** Nate Grey a.k.a. ComicBook/XMan is in theory even stronger. Numerous feats (such as being able to destroy He's theoretically capable of destroying the Moon in one shot) aside, Norman Osborn notes that he could go one shot, flattened a continent on one with the Sentry, at the an alternate Earth, stopped time when by accident, treated the Sentry was pulling insane feats out of Multiverse as his ass every other week.personal step ladder, casually phased through walls and people, shut down an alternate Magneto's powers, frequently manipulated things on a molecular level to borderline RealityWarper degrees, and once negated gravity to send a Great Beast (something the size of a small mountain) into space.
** Their big sister, ComicBook/RachelGrey, is more or less as strong as they are (with Cable's constantly fluctuating powers, Nate's inconsistency, and her own connection to the Phoenix, it can be hard to tell). However, molecular manipulation is a signature trick of hers, as is time travel, across millennia and multiple alternate timelines.
7th Oct '17 4:41:33 PM DarkPhoenix94
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* [[Franchise/HarryPotter Harry]] [[Film/{{Thor}} Thorson]] (nee [[Franchise/HarryPotter Potter]]) of the {{crossover}} fanfic ''Fanfic/ChildOfTheStorm'' develops intermittent telekinesis that manifests in full in chapter 60 and after tuition from [[ComicBook/XMen Betsy 'Psylocke' Braddock]], goes from lifting salt shakers, chairs and tables to, in chapter 74, not just blocking a hail of bullets but stopping them dead and in chapter 77, throwing around hundreds of tons of [[spoiler: zombified giant.]] This is largely down to his being related to usual telekinetic suspect [[spoiler: Jean Grey.]]

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* [[Franchise/HarryPotter Harry]] [[Film/{{Thor}} Thorson]] (nee In ''Fanfic/ChildOfTheStorm'', Harry Thorson (né [[Franchise/HarryPotter Potter]]) of the {{crossover}} fanfic ''Fanfic/ChildOfTheStorm'' develops intermittent telekinesis PsychicPowers that manifests manifest intermittently at first (and in full the sequel, are revealed to have been doing so since early childhood), then fully in chapter 60 and after tuition from [[ComicBook/XMen Betsy 'Psylocke' Braddock]], goes from lifting salt shakers, chairs and tables to, in chapter 74, not just blocking a hail of bullets but stopping them dead and in chapter 77, throwing around hundreds of tons of [[spoiler: zombified giant.]] giant. By the sequel, he's getting increasingly creative with them. This is largely down to his being related to usual telekinetic suspect [[spoiler: Jean Grey.]]
26th Sep '17 6:35:26 AM treehugger0369
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** Starlight Glimmer's telekinesis is powerful enough for her to [[NotQuiteFlught levitate herself]] with similar finesse to Pegasus flight. Not even Twilight can claim that level of power.

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** Starlight Glimmer's telekinesis is powerful enough for her to [[NotQuiteFlught [[NotQuiteFlight levitate herself]] with similar finesse to Pegasus flight. Not even Twilight can claim that level of power.
26th Sep '17 6:35:05 AM treehugger0369
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** Starlight Glimmer's telekinesis is powerful enough for her to [[NotQuiteFlught levitate herself]] with similar finesse to Pegasus flight. Not even Twilight can claim that level of power.
21st Sep '17 12:57:19 PM BeerBaron
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* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series has Telekinesis as a spell variously in either the Mysticism or [[RealityWarping Alteration]] school of magic. It allows items to be magically picked up, dropped, or thrown from a distance. Naturally, its most common use by is [[KleptomaniacHero Kleptomaniac]] {{Player Character}}s to more easily steal things.
4th Sep '17 11:18:10 PM FGHIK
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Sometimes {{Flight}} will be depicted as a specialized form of telekinesis (lifting one's own body).

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Sometimes {{Flight}} will be depicted as a specialized form of telekinesis (lifting ([[NotQuiteFlight lifting one's own body).
body]]).
27th Aug '17 1:54:37 PM nighttrainfm
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** As early as ''Manga/DragonBallZ'', Chiaotzu was shown to have telekinetic abilities.

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** As early as ''Manga/DragonBallZ'', ''Manga/DragonBall'', Chiaotzu was shown to have telekinetic abilities.
27th Aug '17 1:54:00 PM nighttrainfm
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** Various characters do this; in any given case, it's not quite clear if it's another use of KiManipulation or something else.

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** Various characters do this; in any given case, it's not quite always clear if it's another use of KiManipulation or something else.



** An early filler scene shows Piccolo lifting ''an entire pyramid'' while meditating, though it takes his full concentration.

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** An early filler scene shows Piccolo lifting ''an entire pyramid'' while meditating, though it takes his full concentration. Goku does something similar when he [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u1-C7dy31Lw sneaks out of hospital to train]].
27th Aug '17 1:50:38 PM nighttrainfm
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* In ''Anime/DragonBallZ'', Chiaotzu has shown telekinetic abilities. Also, Guldo, of the [[QuirkyMiniBossSquad Ginyu Force]], uses this as well. And so do Frieza (lifting the Dragon Balls), Cell (building his arena) and the Kaioshin (making the super hard metal float).

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* ''Franchise/DragonBall'':
** Various characters do this; in any given case, it's not quite clear if it's another use of KiManipulation or something else.
** As early as ''Manga/DragonBallZ'', Chiaotzu was shown to have telekinetic abilities.
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In ''Anime/DragonBallZ'', Chiaotzu has shown telekinetic abilities. Also, Guldo, Guldo of the [[QuirkyMiniBossSquad Ginyu Force]], Force]] uses this as well. And so do Frieza (lifting to immobilise Gohan and Krillin, and nearly impales them with a sharpened tree trunk. Captain Ginyu uses it to lift the Dragon Balls), Balls, Frieza uses it to hurl boulders at Goku, Cell (building builds his arena) arena this way and the Kaioshin (making the uses it to make super hard metal float).float.
** An early filler scene shows Piccolo lifting ''an entire pyramid'' while meditating, though it takes his full concentration.
1st Aug '17 3:01:30 PM Zxzyzx
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* In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'', Midna's levitation and telekinetic powers are vague but powerful. Aside from her floating around constantly, she can also float objects after targeting them, albeit with some difficulty. Strangely enough, this doesn't seem as size-limited as most telekinesis powers as she mostly seems to use this on very large objects - her levitation feats include [[spoiler: a wooden bridge, a massive rock, a significant chunk of a large stone bridge, and a ridiculously oversized cannon]]. It can also be inferred that she can use this or a related power to a limited extent on living things, such as helping Link jump and pounce when he in wolf form.

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* In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'', Midna's levitation and telekinetic powers are vague but powerful. Aside from her floating around constantly, she can also float objects after targeting them, albeit with some difficulty. Strangely enough, this doesn't seem as size-limited as compared to most telekinesis powers as since she mostly seems to use this on very large objects - her levitation feats include [[spoiler: a wooden bridge, a massive rock, a significant chunk of a large stone bridge, and a ridiculously oversized cannon]]. It can also be inferred that she can use this or a related power to a limited extent on living things, such as helping Link jump and pounce when he in wolf form.
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