Do We Have This One?? Up for Grabs, Needs More Examples. Elemental Powers. Fire, Water, Wind, Earth, Smoke....Smoke? An unusual elemental and an example of Applied Phlebotinum, Smoke can be use for everything from grabbing, suffocating, hitting, to creating a simple smoke screen. Can have some properties of fire if the smoke is actually a type of hot ash or is combustible. Super Trope of Super Smoke.
Examples:Anime and Manga
- Commodore Smoker has this as his primary gimmick in One Piece.
- Matsumoto from Bleach uses this as her zanpaktou.
- In the Very Special Comic Book Spider-Man, Storm, Cage the heroes fought against a villain who makes people smoke cigarettes and had smoke as his superpower.
- China Miéville:
- In Alan Garner's fantasy novel The Moon of Gomrath, an ancient Celtic spirit of evil, the Brollochan, is released to possess the heroine, Susan. The creature takes the form of a black smokey cloud with two glowing red eyes.
- Terry Pratchett adapts this concept in the Discworld, in A Hat Full Of Sky, where the Hiver is the Brollochan's Discworld form - a dark smokey cloud of malevolence.
- Dungeons & Dragons
- The original 1st Edition Fiend Folio had the Smoke Mephit. It had a breath weapon, a sooty ball of smoke that inflicted minor damage and caused blindness for a couple of combat rounds.
- The 1st Edition Manual of the Planes (1987) mentioned the Para-Elemental plane of Smoke. It had para-elemental monsters made of smoke. They looked misty or sooty, like air elementals mixed with dust.
- The paraelemental plane of smoke also appears in the 2nd edition D&D setting Planescape.
- This was Smoke from Mortal Kombat's main ability before he was converted into a cyborg, although it seems limited to producing a small cloud of it around himself. After being further "upgraded" by Noob Saidbot he seems to have become literally made of smoke.
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