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15th Jun '17 10:28:16 AM Prometheus117
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* Takeover Magic in ''Manga/FairyTail'' allows its caster to absorb certain creatures or beings and assume their powers and forms. It's not exclusively a villainous technique, though, as its most notable practitioners are the heroic Strauss siblings: Mirajane's "Satan Soul" works on demons and devils; Elfman's "Beast Soul" for monsters; and Lisanna's "Animal Soul" for ordinary animals. [[spoiler:The villainous Dimaria takes the cake, though, with her "God Soul" ability allowing her to absorb gods, though there are hints with the only god she's shown using, [[TimeMaster Chronos]], that it's at least partially [[WillingChanneler willing]]]].

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* Takeover Magic in ''Manga/FairyTail'' allows its caster to absorb certain creatures or beings and assume their powers and forms. It's not exclusively a villainous technique, though, as its most notable practitioners are the heroic Strauss siblings: Mirajane's "Satan Soul" works on demons and devils; Elfman's "Beast Soul" for monsters; and Lisanna's "Animal Soul" for ordinary animals. [[spoiler:The villainous Dimaria takes the cake, though, with her "God Soul" ability allowing her to absorb gods, though there are hints with the only god she's shown using, [[TimeMaster Chronos]], that it's at least partially there's some [[WillingChanneler willing]]]].mutual allowance]] on the part of the deity]].
3rd Jun '17 1:36:04 AM Morgenthaler
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2nd Jun '17 6:11:20 PM kegisak
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* In ''Literature/Birghtright2017'', practitioners of magic are able to link their individual magic powers. The villain, a dragon, uses this, and her superior magic strength, to steal the protagonists ability to use 'human' magic--effectively a one-sided game of magical tug-of-war.

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* In ''Literature/Birghtright2017'', ''Literature/Birthright2017'', practitioners of magic are able to link their individual magic powers. The villain, a dragon, uses this, and her superior magic strength, to steal the protagonists ability to use 'human' magic--effectively a one-sided game of magical tug-of-war.
10th May '17 12:53:56 AM kegisak
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* In ''Literature/Birghtright2017'', practitioners of magic are able to link their individual magic powers. The villain, a dragon, uses this, and her superior magic strength, to steal the protagonists ability to use 'human' magic--effectively a one-sided game of magical tug-of-war.
3rd Mar '17 9:26:32 AM DSRClone
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* VideoGame/Disgaea5AllianceOfVengeance: This is a ''significant'' plot point. [[spoiler: The game's BigBad, Void Dark, has this trope as his [[LimitBreak Overload Skill]], Brigante Eclipse. Both before and throughout the story, Void has been using his Overload to steal other people's Overload skills, ranging from Killia's initial [[TimeStandsStill Alma Ice Sculpture]] to [[ManaDrain Devouring Kris]] and even [[BloodMagic Broken Faith Magia]]. In fact, during the battle against him (and later his disembodied malice taking his form), he will [[GameplayAndStoryIntegration outright use these Overloads against you]], in something of an AllYourPowersCombined FinalExam BossBattle.]]
24th Jan '17 10:56:01 AM JohnShel91
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* The Blue Globbor in ''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers'', as well as his counterpart in ''Series/NinjaSentaiKakuranger''
13th Jan '17 9:04:14 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the ''{{Mistborn}}'' series this is what Hemalurgy does. By killing a person with a metal spike and implanting that spike in your own body, you can steal one Allomantic or Feruchemic power from them, or even their personal attributes. Some Hemalurgists, like the Steel Inquisitors, might have up to twenty spikes. But that's only the beginning. Anybody can use hemalurgy, provided they know what to do. Not to mention, using hemalurgy literally tears your soul apart. One spike at a time.

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* In the ''{{Mistborn}}'' ''Literature/{{Mistborn}}'' series this is what Hemalurgy does. By killing a person with a metal spike and implanting that spike in your own body, you can steal one Allomantic or Feruchemic power from them, or even their personal attributes. Some Hemalurgists, like the Steel Inquisitors, might have up to twenty spikes. But that's only the beginning. Anybody can use hemalurgy, provided they know what to do. Not to mention, using hemalurgy literally tears your soul apart. One spike at a time.
9th Dec '16 3:34:25 AM Unoriginallyoriginal
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* [[spoiler:Catherine Foundling]] in [[Literature/APracticalGuideToEvil A Practical Guide to Evil]] is shown to '''Take''' an aspect from another Named.
7th Dec '16 4:13:32 PM Gitaxias
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* In ''Literature/APracticalGuideToEvil'', the Take aspect can be used to steal magical or Fate-related power. While the exact limits are unknown, it can apparently be used to steal healing power from Good and steal Aspects from other Named.
29th Nov '16 2:42:00 PM TheDapperArsonist
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** In a manner similar to [[Film/XMenApocalypse Apocalypse]], the supervillain Butcher possesses whoever killed him/her, with said person gaining all the powers of the previous Butchers. Unfortunately for them, they also get the Butchers' [[MentalFusion minds]] as well, resulting in a slightly less than sane A-class threat.
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