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23rd Jul '17 10:36:49 AM Demotivator
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* [[spoiler:John]] from ''Webcomic/UnOrdinary'' has the ability to temporarily copy abilities that he experiences and [[AllYourPowersCombined utilise them in more powerful and creative ways]] than the original ability user.
16th Jul '17 1:56:53 AM Ares101
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* ''Duplicate Boy'' from the Legion of Substitute Heroes is unable to join the Legion of Super Heroes because he can only duplicate the powers other heroes have, and each Legion member must have a unique power. However, his ability is shown to have limits when he tries to duplicate the powers of an immensely powerful foe and is unable to, instead fainting from the effort.

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* ''Duplicate Boy'' was a member of the Champions of Lallor from the Legion time of Substitute Heroes is unable to join the Legion of Super Heroes because he can only duplicate LegionOfSuperHeroes, and was generally accepted to be the powers other heroes have, and each Legion member must have a unique power. However, his ability is shown to have limits most powerful hero of that era, even when he tries to duplicate Pre-Crisis Superboy was around. The reason was that Duplicate Boy could copy the powers of an immensely powerful foe any hero of whom he was even aware of, could retain any number of powers for as long as he wished, and is unable to, instead fainting could combine them in any fashion he wished. He once copied the powers of Legionnaire Dawnstar without ever having met her personally or even been on the same planet as her, he simply needed to know she existed and what her powers where and he could copy her. The only things that kept him from being a complete game breaker was that he had a very strong sense of fair play and was not very imaginative. His usual response was to copy an opponents abilities to fight them fairly, or simply copy Superboy's powers and deal with a threat in the effort.most physically direct manner possible.
14th Jul '17 3:51:11 AM Zazie122
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** [[spoiler:Haizaki]] has the same power, although his is more akin to stealing someone's move and making it so that they can't use it anymore. [[spoiler:He does this by slightly altering the technique so that his opponent subconsciously copies his movements and forgets how to do the original move.]] Used as a form of IronicEcho.
24th Jun '17 2:59:15 PM billybobfred
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* In the AlternateUniverse Literature/{{Twilight}} fic {{FanFic/Luminosity}}, Addy can, upon physical contact, perfectly replicate the powers of any person with special abilities (called "witches"). She can only hold one at a time, however.

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* In the AlternateUniverse Literature/{{Twilight}} fic {{FanFic/Luminosity}}, Addy can, upon physical contact, perfectly replicate the powers of any person with special abilities (called "witches"). She can only hold one at a time, however. And it's involuntary, so plans made expecting to oppose her generally involve finding a way to get her to bump into someone whose power she can't exploit.
22nd Jun '17 6:07:18 PM merotoker
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** ''Anime/DigimonTamers'' had any [[{{Mon}} Digimon]] that died exploding into shards of data that their opponent could absorb to grow stronger, essentially giving all of them CannibalismSuperpower, though the main characters usually made a point of NOT absorbing defeated foes. Of course this ended up being used to copy [[TheyKilledKennyAgain Leomon's]] [[ShapingYourAttacks Fist Of the Beast King]].

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** ''Anime/DigimonTamers'' had any [[{{Mon}} Digimon]] that died exploding into shards of data that their opponent could absorb to grow stronger, essentially giving all of them CannibalismSuperpower, though the main characters usually made a point of NOT absorbing defeated foes. Of course this ended up being used to copy [[TheyKilledKennyAgain Leomon's]] [[ShapingYourAttacks Fist Of of the Beast King]].



* ComicBook/{{Rogue}} from ''ComicBook/XMen'' is possibly the best-known example in the world of comics. However, her power works on bare skin contact and works [[BlessedWithSuck whether she wants it to or not]] and, in most cases, puts the "donor" into a coma that lasts as long as the powers are transferred to Rogue. In the Ultimate and movieverse version she even [[{{Pun}} sucks]] the life out of the victim. This has been a constant source of angst, but since then she has gained better control so that touching people isn't always a near death sentence. There have been other X-Men examples over the years:

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* ComicBook/{{Rogue}} from ''ComicBook/XMen'' is possibly the best-known example in the world of comics. However, her power works on bare skin contact and works [[BlessedWithSuck whether she wants it to or not]] and, in most cases, puts the "donor" into a coma that lasts as long as the powers are transferred to Rogue. In the Ultimate ComicBook/{{Ultimate|XMen}} and movieverse [[Film/XMenFilmSeries movieverse]] version she even [[{{Pun}} sucks]] the life out of the victim. This has been a constant source of angst, but since then she has gained better control so that touching people isn't always a near death sentence. There have been other X-Men examples over the years:



** Pandemic injected himself with a virus that would copy mutant powers. He is defeated when Sabretooth has him gain his HealingFactor.

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** Pandemic injected himself with a virus that would copy mutant powers. [[https://uncannyxmen.net/sites/default/files/images/characters/sabretooth/sabretooth43.jpg He is defeated defeated]] when Sabretooth ComicBook/{{Sabretooth}} has him gain his HealingFactor.



* Over in Franchise/TheDCU, we have the android Amazo (created 6 years before the Super-Adaptoid), who has this ability. Just to make things tougher for the heroes, sometimes he comes with powers pre-programmed, and then copies some more. Amazo's power is taken to [[AGodAmI the ultimate level]] in the Franchise/{{DCAU}}.

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* Over in Franchise/TheDCU, we have the android Amazo (created 6 years before the Super-Adaptoid), who has this ability. Just to make things tougher for the heroes, sometimes he comes with powers pre-programmed, and then copies some more. Amazo's power is taken to [[AGodAmI the ultimate level]] in the Franchise/{{DCAU}}.Franchise/DCAnimatedUniverse.



* In the movie ''Film/{{Limitless}}'', the main character becomes a master martial artist by remembering and copying the martial arts movies he has seen.

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* In the movie ''Film/{{Limitless}}'', the main character becomes a master martial artist by remembering and copying the martial arts movies he has seen.



** In ''Film/XMenApocalypse'', a side effect of the {{Body Surf}}ing Apocalypse uses to maintain his immortality is that when he does so with a mutant, he gains that mutant's abilities, adding them to his SuperpowerLottery.

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** In ''Film/XMenApocalypse'', a side effect of the {{Body Surf}}ing Apocalypse ComicBook/{{Apocalypse}} uses to maintain his immortality is that when he does so with a mutant, he gains that mutant's abilities, adding them to his SuperpowerLottery.



* [[Literature/LorienLegacies This is where Ximic is all about]]. The user can copy other Legacies, by simply having it experienced from another one using it. As such it is the most powerful Legacy, and also most rare.

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* [[Literature/LorienLegacies ''Literature/LorienLegacies'': This is where Ximic is all about]].about. The user can copy other Legacies, by simply having it experienced from another one using it. As such it is the most powerful Legacy, and also most rare.



* ''Literature/HarryPotter'': In the last book, we learn that goblin-made objects repel dirt and rust while absorbing only that which make them stronger. [[spoiler:So after it pierced a basilisk's venom sac, the sword of Gryffindor was now able to destroy Horcruxes]].

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* ''Literature/HarryPotter'': In [[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows the last book, book]], we learn that goblin-made objects repel dirt and rust while absorbing only that which make them stronger. [[spoiler:So after it pierced a basilisk's venom sac, the sword of Gryffindor was now able to destroy Horcruxes]].



*** [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything Said ability can actually be used on Scarfies to get Crash (as they can't be inhaled)]]. It can also be used to gain the power of a boss/mini boss before defeating them.

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*** [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything [[DevelopersForesight Said ability can actually be used on Scarfies to get Crash (as they can't be inhaled)]]. It can also be used to gain the power of a boss/mini boss before defeating them.



** In ''VideoGame/KirbysReturnToDreamLand'', [[spoiler:Magolor Soul uses ''your'' Super Ability against you. And how did he copy your abilities? By using his [[AwesomenessByAnalysis star shield]] to copy your abilities when you smash him.]]
** In ''VideoGame/KirbyPlanetRobobot'', the Robobot Armor is introduced. Because of Kirby piloting the armor, it has been given the ability to copy enemies' powers- just like the main character himself, called 'Modes'. It can also [[TransformingMecha convert into Wheel and Jet Modes]], aswell as [[spoiler:copying the Battleship Halberd and taking full control of it against the FinalBoss.]]

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** In ''VideoGame/KirbysReturnToDreamLand'', [[spoiler:Magolor Soul uses ''your'' Super Ability against you. And how did he copy your abilities? By using his [[AwesomenessByAnalysis star shield]] to copy your abilities when you smash him.]]
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** In ''VideoGame/KirbyPlanetRobobot'', the Robobot Armor is introduced. Because of Kirby piloting the armor, it has been given the ability to copy enemies' powers- just like the main character himself, called 'Modes'. It can also [[TransformingMecha convert into Wheel and Jet Modes]], aswell as well as [[spoiler:copying the Battleship Halberd and taking full control of it against the FinalBoss.]]FinalBoss]].



* ''VideoGame/{{Metroid}}'': Samus's Power Suit has the ability to integrate foreign technology if it encounters something useful. To wit:

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* ''VideoGame/{{Metroid}}'': ''Franchise/{{Metroid}}'': Samus's Power Suit has the ability to integrate foreign technology if it encounters something useful. To wit:



** Don't forget Dmitrii from ''[[VideoGame/CastlevaniaChroniclesOfSorrow Dawn of Sorrow]]'', who can copy ''Soma's'' magic souls by being hurt by them... However, it makes him a pathetically easy boss if you know what soul to use on him - he ''will'' copy that attack, no matter what it is, so making him use a weak and easily avoidable attack makes the battle a cakewalk. Later on, [[spoiler:it turns out that by having his soul absorbed by Soma, Dmitri was able to copy Soma's power of domination, at which point he becomes the game's GreaterScopeVillain]].

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** Don't forget Also Dmitrii from ''[[VideoGame/CastlevaniaChroniclesOfSorrow Dawn of Sorrow]]'', who can copy ''Soma's'' magic souls by being hurt by them... However, it makes him a pathetically easy boss if you know what soul to use on him - he ''will'' copy that attack, no matter what it is, so making him use a weak and easily avoidable attack makes the battle a cakewalk. Later on, [[spoiler:it turns out that by having his soul absorbed by Soma, Dmitri was able to copy Soma's power of domination, at which point he becomes the game's GreaterScopeVillain]].



* In ''VideoGame/XMenVsStreetFighter'', Rogue's power-stealing abilities are represented as a special move that allows her to copy one of her opponents' special moves by kissing them. In ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom2'', this power couldn't work because there were 56 characters total, so instead it gives Rogue a bonus to various stats like Attack, Defense, Speed, or Health.
** [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome She can also steal the Shun Goku Satsu and use it]].
* ''VideoGame/MusashiSamuraiLegend'' allowed you to copy the moves of any enemy by completing a button-press sequence.
** The game to which ''Samurai Legend'' is a SpiritualSequel, ''VideoGame/BraveFencerMusashi'', also allowed Musashi to copy enemy moves by absorbing the enemies into his shortsword, the aptly-named Fusion. He could only hold one at once, though, as opposed to Samurai Legend's version being able to learn as many as he pleases.

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* In ''VideoGame/XMenVsStreetFighter'', Rogue's power-stealing abilities are represented as a special move that allows her to copy one of her opponents' special moves by kissing them. In ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom2'', this power couldn't work because there were 56 characters total, so instead it gives Rogue a bonus to various stats like Attack, Defense, Speed, or Health.
** [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome
Health. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrgoRHxpMrI She can also steal the Shun Goku Satsu and use it]].
* ''VideoGame/MusashiSamuraiLegend'' allowed you to copy the moves of any enemy by completing a button-press sequence.
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sequence. The game to which ''Samurai Legend'' is a SpiritualSequel, ''VideoGame/BraveFencerMusashi'', also allowed Musashi to copy enemy moves by absorbing the enemies into his shortsword, the aptly-named Fusion. He could only hold one at once, though, as opposed to Samurai Legend's version being able to learn as many as he pleases.



* In [[DefenseOfTheAncients DotA]] and [[VideoGame/{{Dota2}} DotA 2]] there's Rubick, a playable hero with the title of Grand Magus, who can use his ultimate ability, Spell Steal, to copy almost any previously cast active ability from a nearby enemy hero for 3-5 minutes into his own set of abilities.

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* In [[DefenseOfTheAncients DotA]] ''[[VideoGame/DefenseOfTheAncients DotA]]'' and [[VideoGame/{{Dota2}} DotA 2]] ''VideoGame/{{Dota 2}}'' there's Rubick, a playable hero with the title of Grand Magus, who can use his ultimate ability, Spell Steal, to copy almost any previously cast active ability from a nearby enemy hero for 3-5 minutes into his own set of abilities.



* ''VideoGame/DistortedTravesty 3'': After the protagonists [[BagOfSpilling lose all the abilities they originally had]], they begin gaining new ones by copying powersets from other gaming heroes. Both get [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario's and Luigi's]] jumping power, Jerry gets [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZelda Link's]] and (ironically enough) [[VideoGame/MegaManX Mega Man X's]] abilities, while Claire gets [[VideoGame/CastlevaniaI Belmont's]] and [[VideoGame/{{Metroid}} Samus's]] powersets. [[spoiler:Originally, they thought the video game characters were just merging with them until the crisis had passed... but it turns out that those characters gave up their lives and souls to pass on those abilities, and are never coming back.]]

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* ''VideoGame/DistortedTravesty 3'': After the protagonists [[BagOfSpilling lose all the abilities they originally had]], they begin gaining new ones by copying powersets from other gaming heroes. Both get [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario's and Luigi's]] jumping power, Jerry gets [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZelda Link's]] and (ironically enough) [[VideoGame/MegaManX Mega Man X's]] abilities, while Claire gets [[VideoGame/CastlevaniaI Belmont's]] and [[VideoGame/{{Metroid}} [[Franchise/{{Metroid}} Samus's]] powersets. [[spoiler:Originally, they thought the video game characters were just merging with them until the crisis had passed... but it turns out that those characters gave up their lives and souls to pass on those abilities, and are never coming back.]]



* * Yuuki from ''Webcomic/SparklingGenerationValkyrieYuuki'' is able to steal power [[spoiler:[[http://www.sgvy.com/archives/Edda12/Issue1/Page1.html from]] [[http://www.sgvy.com/archives/Edda12/Issue1/Page3.html Otsana]] [[http://www.sgvy.com/archives/Edda12/Issue4/Page1.html and]] [[http://www.sgvy.com/archives/Edda12/Issue4/Page2.html Shebi]]]].

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* * Yuuki from ''Webcomic/SparklingGenerationValkyrieYuuki'' is able to steal power [[spoiler:[[http://www.sgvy.com/archives/Edda12/Issue1/Page1.html from]] [[http://www.sgvy.com/archives/Edda12/Issue1/Page3.html Otsana]] [[http://www.sgvy.com/archives/Edda12/Issue4/Page1.html and]] [[http://www.sgvy.com/archives/Edda12/Issue4/Page2.html Shebi]]]].



* The already [[TheJuggernaut unstoppable]], [[ImplacableMan unyielding]] [[PlanetEater Beast Planet]] in ''WesternAnimation/ShadowRaiders'' is implied to be able to do this when it [[spoiler: creates a duplicate of a planet it previously ate... and at the very end, when it may have copied the Prison Planet's teleportation technology...]]

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* The already [[TheJuggernaut unstoppable]], [[ImplacableMan unyielding]] [[PlanetEater Beast Planet]] in ''WesternAnimation/ShadowRaiders'' is implied to be able to do this when it [[spoiler: creates a duplicate of a planet it previously ate... and at the very end, when it may have copied the Prison Planet's teleportation technology...]]technology..]].



* Bruce Lee's Jeet Kune Do works on the idea of "absorbing what is useful". Lee's personal style combined his best moves from Wing Chun, Tae Kwon Do, western boxing, fencing, and escrima. Anyone adhering to this concept of martial philosophy can build their own style by learning from different ones.

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* Bruce Lee's Creator/BruceLee's Jeet Kune Do works on the idea of "absorbing what is useful". Lee's personal style combined his best moves from Wing Chun, Tae Kwon Do, western boxing, fencing, and escrima. Anyone adhering to this concept of martial philosophy can build their own style by learning from different ones.
14th Jun '17 10:21:16 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* General Grievous' mastery of lightsaber combat is explained in the novelization of ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith''. The computer in his brain analyzes his opponent's fighting style and allows him to utilize it himself, even Mace Windu's unique Vaapad. This ends biting him in the ass when the GenreSavvy Mace Windu sicks Obi-Wan on him, as his foe is the master of an incredibly basic style focused on blocking everything and is at least knowledgeable in the other styles, [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere resulting in Grievous' retreat]] after Obi-Wan [[NoSell negated his attacks]] until he grew bored and cut two of his wrists.

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* General Grievous' mastery of lightsaber combat is explained in the novelization of ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith''. The computer in his brain analyzes his opponent's fighting style and allows him to utilize it himself, even Mace Windu's unique Vaapad. This ends biting him in the ass when the GenreSavvy Mace Windu sicks Obi-Wan on him, as his foe is the master of an incredibly basic style focused on blocking everything and is at least knowledgeable in the other styles, [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere resulting in Grievous' retreat]] after Obi-Wan [[NoSell negated his attacks]] until he grew bored and cut two of his wrists.
28th May '17 10:36:02 AM MarqFJA
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* ''Fanfic/SOE2LoneHeirOfKrypton'': In this crossover ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} Asuka]]'' and ''[[Comicbook/WonderGirl Rei]]'' fought the ''[[Franchise/{{Superman}} Parasite]]'', a mutated human copied his victims' powers and stole their memories and energy by touching them.

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* ''Fanfic/SOE2LoneHeirOfKrypton'': In this crossover ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} Asuka]]'' crossover, [[Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} Asuka]] and ''[[Comicbook/WonderGirl Rei]]'' [[Comicbook/WonderGirl Rei]] fought the ''[[Franchise/{{Superman}} Parasite]]'', [[Franchise/{{Superman}} Parasite]], a mutated human copied his victims' powers and stole their memories and energy by touching them.



* The gloriously bonkers Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion CrackFic ''ALittleAngelOnMyShoulder'' has the Instrumemory system, which is a bit different from most examples of this trope since it involves the Shoulder Angels (basically pint-sized ghosts of the canon Angels) temporarily merging with the Eva to allow it to borrow the Angel in question's abilities.

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* The gloriously bonkers Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' CrackFic ''ALittleAngelOnMyShoulder'' has the Instrumemory system, which is a bit different from most examples of this trope since it involves the Shoulder Angels (basically pint-sized ghosts of the canon Angels) temporarily merging with the Eva to allow it to borrow the Angel in question's abilities.



* The ''Fanfic/SuperwomenOfEva'' series' initial (and unlike most of the others not based on a DC or Marvel character but an original idea) heroine Spirit (created by Mike313 has the ability to absorb angel DNA to acquire their powers in addition to her FlyingBrick and regenerative abilities. However, unusually for this trope, Hikari does not make use of this power much aside from her initial acquisition of Sachiel's ability to fire cross shaped energy blasts, which she has in every appearance as one of her trademark attacks (which is a lot; Spirit is probably the series' most frequent guest hero, appearing in multiple stories, by all 3 authors). Which means she's somewhat lacking in power compared to [[spoiler:Her evil counterpart, Rei III who has the power of many angels.]] She does, however, also take Bardiel's ability to take over Nerv weapons [[spoiler:which she uses to seal Rei III in bakelite]] in her title story, and in orionpax09's ''[[Fanfic/SOELilithsHerald Lilith's Herald]]'' (Rei as Marvel's Silver Surfer) Hikari accidentally takes Sahaquiel's ability to fire explosive projectiles of its own mass (in Spirit's case her feathers).

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* The ''Fanfic/SuperwomenOfEva'' series' initial (and heroine Spirit (real name: Hikari Horaki) -- whose superhero identity, unlike most of the others others, is not based on a DC or Marvel character but rather an original idea) heroine Spirit (created idea created by Mike313 -- has the ability to absorb angel DNA to acquire their powers in addition to her FlyingBrick and regenerative [[HealingFactor regenerative]] abilities. However, unusually for this trope, Hikari does not make use of this power much aside from her initial acquisition of Sachiel's ability to fire cross shaped energy blasts, which she has in every appearance as one of her trademark attacks (which is a lot; Spirit is probably the series' most frequent guest hero, appearing in multiple stories, by all 3 authors). Which means she's somewhat lacking in power compared to [[spoiler:Her evil counterpart, Rei III who has the power of many angels.]] She does, however, also take Bardiel's ability to take over Nerv weapons [[spoiler:which she uses to seal Rei III in bakelite]] in her title story, and in orionpax09's ''[[Fanfic/SOELilithsHerald Lilith's Herald]]'' (Rei as Marvel's Silver Surfer) Hikari accidentally takes Sahaquiel's ability to fire explosive projectiles of its own mass (in Spirit's case her feathers).
28th May '17 10:12:49 AM MarqFJA
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* ''Manga/KenichiTheMightiestDisciple'' utilizes the techniques of his masters to break Odin's guard. It's what the masters of the dojo are teaching to Kenichi. He is being taught Karate, Kung Fu, Jujutsu, Muay Thai, weapons usage... just remember that he's just the apprentice.

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* ''Manga/KenichiTheMightiestDisciple'' ''Manga/KenichiTheMightiestDisciple'': Kenichi utilizes the techniques of his masters to break Odin's guard. It's what the masters of the dojo are teaching to Kenichi. him: He is being taught Karate, Kung Fu, Jujutsu, Muay Thai, weapons usage... just remember that he's just the apprentice.
14th May '17 7:17:52 AM Dwoem
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* In ''Literature/{{Worm}}'', several characters can use the abilities of other [[DifferentlyPoweredIndividual parahumans]]:
** Glaistig Uaine, who absorbs dead parahumans, and can manifest up to three of their ghosts, powers included.
** [[spoiler:Grue after his second trigger event]], who can borrow the powers of anyone he catches in [[spoiler:[[CastingAShadow his darkness]]]].
** [[spoiler: Tohu, Endbringer number six, can take the powers of any three capes, including ones that ''aren't currently on the battlefield - or even alive.'' Given the number of synergizing powers in Worm, this is, as normal for the Endbringers, a StoryBreakerPower.]]
** Victor can steal proficiency from others by proximity, although this only works for mundane abilities. However, he retains these skills, while the victim of the skill drain can only recover part of the lost proficiency with time.
** Every time the Butcher is killed, its powers and consciousness transfer over to its killer. We first encounter it in its 15th iteration, containing the powers and minds of 15 different parahumans.



* In ''Literature/{{Worm}}'', several characters can use the abilities of other [[DifferentlyPoweredIndividual parahumans]]:
** Glaistig Uaine, who absorbs dead parahumans, and can manifest up to three of their ghosts, powers included.
** [[spoiler:Grue after his second trigger event]], who can borrow the powers of anyone he catches in [[spoiler:[[CastingAShadow his darkness]]]].
** [[spoiler: Tohu, Endbringer number six, can take the powers of any three capes, including ones that ''aren't currently on the battlefield - or even alive.'' Given the number of synergizing powers in Worm, this is, as normal for the Endbringers, a StoryBreakerPower.]]
** Victor can steal proficiency from others by proximity, although this only works for mundane abilities. However, he retains these skills, while the victim of the skill drain can only recover part of the lost proficiency with time.
** Every time the Butcher is killed, its powers and consciousness transfer over to its killer. We first encounter it in its 15th iteration, containing the powers and minds of 15 different parahumans.
21st Apr '17 6:51:31 AM Hvedekorn
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* This is theability of Yamada in ''Manga/YamadaKunAndTheSevenWitches''. As with all other magic in the manga, the powers are copied by kissing.

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* This is theability the ability of Yamada in ''Manga/YamadaKunAndTheSevenWitches''. As with all other magic in the manga, the powers are copied by kissing.
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