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9th Feb '17 9:04:15 AM cybertoy0
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** Big Mom, one of the Four Emperors, uses her SoulPower to infuse a storm cloud and a miniature sun with a bit of her own soul, and through them can control the weather.
4th Feb '17 11:45:00 AM nsommer659
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** His older brother Mark, the ''actual'' Weather Wizard, is shown to be even more powerful than his now-deceased little brother with greater precision to the point of creating a large piece of hail to use as a weapon. The next episode featuring him as a villain showed him breaking into Iron Heights, which at that point had a 'Metahuman Wing', and mentioned being able to create acid rain though apparently it can be 'tricky.'
19th Jan '17 10:33:38 PM Chabal2
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* Skirting the edge of ClarkesThirdLaw, Imhotek the Stormlord from ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' has, as his name indicates, a power to summon storm and lighting bolts on his enemies' heads. As a general, his race, the Necrons, uses [[WeatherControlMachine Weather-Control Machines]] for the same effect.

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'':
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Skirting the edge of ClarkesThirdLaw, Imhotek the Stormlord from ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' has, as his name indicates, a power to summon storm and lighting bolts on his enemies' heads. As a general, his race, the Necrons, uses [[WeatherControlMachine Weather-Control Machines]] for the same effect.effect.
** Njall Stormcaller is a SpaceWolf who causes storms just by being on the field, in addition to Rune Priests' usual ShockAndAwe powers.
* ''TabletopGame/WarhammerFantasy'':
** Kholek Suneater, the Herald of the Tempest is a Dragon-Ogre Shaggoth so named because whenever he goes to battle, stormclouds follow (whatever his DealWithTheDevil to get immortality was, it was so horrible the sun refuses to see him). And if he's hit by lightning, it heals him.
** The Lord of the Heavens covers manipulating weather and sending meteors on the enemy.
1st Jan '17 8:57:38 AM Jake
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** As an indirect result of a brief conversation with Arthur (who encourages him to sell his story to the media), he ends up finding ways to make the best of it; popular tourist destinations are offering him large sums of money to be somewhere else, for a start.
30th Dec '16 3:35:30 AM PinkCelebi
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** Groudon, Kyogre, and Rayquaza are embodiments of land, sea, and sky, respectively. Groudon can summon heavy sunlight, Kyogre can summon rain, and Rayquaza can nullify existing weather conditions.
** The Vulpix, Hippopotas, and Snover lines, as well as Politoed and Tyranitar, can summon various weathers; sun and rain as mentioned, but also sandstorms and hailstorms.

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** Sunny Day, Rain Dance, Sandstorm and Hail change the weather temporarily to intense sunlight, rain, sandstorm and hailstorm. Drought, Drizzle, Sand Stream and Snow Warning are Abilities that do the same when Pokémon appears on the field; initally exclusive to Groudon, Kyogre, Tyranitar and Snover line, respectively, these Abilities are now more widespread.
** Rayquaza's Air Lock causes current weather condition to have no effect on the battlers (it doesn't actually remove it, however). Certain Pokémon have similar Ability Cloud Nine that works the same way.
** On top of Abilities mentioned above
Groudon, Kyogre, and Rayquaza are the embodiments of land, sea, and sky, respectively. Groudon can summon heavy sunlight, Kyogre can summon rain, and The first two have access to Primal Reversion, while Rayquaza can nullify existing has Mega Evolution. Both are essentially [[SuperMode super modes]] that summon stronger variants of their weather conditions.
** The Vulpix, Hippopotas, and Snover lines, as well as Politoed and Tyranitar, can summon various weathers; sun and rain as mentioned, but also sandstorms and hailstorms.
(with Rayquaza summoning strong winds).



** Psyduck and Golduck have access to an ability with the same effect as Rayquaza's.
** Some pokemon, such as Reshiram, are just so powerful that use of their abilities significantly changes the weather.
4th Dec '16 5:54:11 PM vifetoile
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* Tris, the weather-witch from the ''Literature/CircleOfMagic'' novels. Her book is even called "The Power in the Storm" in the British edition.

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* Tris, the weather-witch from the ''Literature/CircleOfMagic'' novels. Her curly hair sparks lightning and breezes happily follow her around. Her book is even called "The Power in the Storm" in the British edition. In Tamora Pierce's interpretation, weather isn't ''just'' in the sky - it includes [[ComboPlatterPowers tides, tectonic plates, and magma]]. Because Tris' emotions can call on her powers, her teacher makes self-control a ''huge'' part of her curriculum.
26th Sep '16 10:07:22 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''TheCyantianChronicles'': Certain events in certain chapters point toward Vin being able to control the weather, or at least make it rain. A lot.

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* ''TheCyantianChronicles'': ''Webcomic/TheCyantianChronicles'': Certain events in certain chapters point toward Vin being able to control the weather, or at least make it rain. A lot.
10th Sep '16 9:35:31 PM MrNickelodeon
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* The backstory of ''Ride/BigThunderMountainRailroad'' at the Ride/DisneyThemeParks makes mention of a spirit from within the mountain that destroys the nearby towns by triggering a natural disaster (a flood or earthquake, depending on which version of the ride).
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17th Jul '16 2:50:46 PM RazorSmile
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* ''AcademyOfSuperheroes'': Sultry of the CSV is a weather controller of tremendous power.

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* ''AcademyOfSuperheroes'': Sultry of the CSV is a weather controller of tremendous power. She can fly with wind, create tornadoes and snowstorms and is immune to her own powers (and any similar effects generated otherwise i.e. she is immune to electricity whether it's a lightning bolt or a taser, is immune to extremes of heat and cold no matter the source and so on)
17th Jul '16 2:48:10 PM RazorSmile
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* ''AcademyOfSuperheroes'': Sultry of the CSV is a weather controller of tremendous power.
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