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* ''Literature/{{Worm}}'': Panacea [[PowerMisidentification pretends to be just a healer]], but it becomes clear that, [[NoSelfBuffs excluding her own body]] and conservation of mass, she can do ''anything'' to organic matter with just a touch and a few seconds of thought.

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* ''Literature/{{Worm}}'': Panacea [[PowerMisidentification pretends to be just a healer]], but it becomes clear that, [[NoSelfBuffs excluding her own body]] and conservation of mass, body]], she can make organic matter do ''anything'' to organic matter with just a touch and a few seconds of thought.


* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}:'' As part of Orochimaru's experiments, Jugo gets this ability. Aside from ShapeShifting (including partially) into a powerful monstrous form, he can heal himself by absorbing another person's flesh, or heal others by donating his cells.

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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}:'' As part of Orochimaru's experiments, experiments let Jugo gets this ability. manipulate his own flesh in various ways. Aside from ShapeShifting VoluntaryShapeshifting (including partially) into a powerful monstrous form, he can heal himself by absorbing another person's flesh, or heal others by donating his cells.


* ''ComicBook/AlphaFlight'' villain Scramble the Mixed-Up Man (a.k.a. Dr. Lionel Jeffries) could [[HealingHands heal most non-lethal wounds with his touch]], but he could also [[BodyHorror turn people into misshapen lumps of flesh]] if he so desired. And having [[GoMadFromTheRevelation gone insane]] after attempting to put [[AnArmAndALeg dismembered dead soldiers]] back together and failing to revive them, he decidedly skewed toward the latter, until his brother Madison forced Lionel to use his powers on his own brain, [[HealThyself apparently curing him]]. But when Lionel's attempt to give double-amputee Roger Bochs new legs failed (due to him using a cadaver's legs, which subsequently decayed), he [[TheAssimilator asborbed Roger into his own body]] and became the monstrous Omega, before he was ultimately killed by Madison using Roger's Box robot.
* Winnowill from ''ComicBook/ElfQuest'' started out as a healer, but over time became able to shapechange herself and create mutant monstrosities.
* Elixir from ''ComicBook/XForce'' has this as his mutant ability. With touch, he can manipulate another person's cells. He primarily uses it to heal his teammates, but sometimes he can also use it offensively such as giving his enemies tumors.

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* ''ComicBook/AlphaFlight'' ''ComicBook/ElfQuest'': Winnowill started out as a healer, but over time became able to shapechange herself and create mutant monstrosities.
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** ''ComicBook/AlphaFlight'': The
villain Scramble the Mixed-Up Man (a.k.a. Dr. Lionel Jeffries) could can [[HealingHands heal most non-lethal wounds with his touch]], but he could can also [[BodyHorror turn people into misshapen lumps of flesh]] if he so desired. And having desires. Having [[GoMadFromTheRevelation gone insane]] after attempting to put [[AnArmAndALeg dismembered dead soldiers]] back together and failing to revive them, he decidedly skewed skews toward the latter, until his brother Madison forced forces Lionel to use his powers on his own brain, [[HealThyself apparently curing him]]. But However, when Lionel's attempt to give double-amputee Roger Bochs new legs failed (due to him using a cadaver's legs, which subsequently decayed), he [[TheAssimilator asborbed absorbs Roger into his own body]] and became the monstrous Omega, before he was he's ultimately killed by Madison using Roger's Box robot.
* Winnowill from ''ComicBook/ElfQuest'' started out as a healer, but over time became able to shapechange herself and create mutant monstrosities.
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** ''ComicBook/XForce'': Elixir from ''ComicBook/XForce'' has this as his mutant ability. With touch, he can manipulate another person's cells. He primarily uses it to heal his teammates, but sometimes he can also use it offensively such as giving his enemies tumors.



* This kind of power isn't unheard of in the ''Franchise/StarWars'' universe. One key example occurs in ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'', when Palpatine asks Anakin Skywalker if he's ever heard of "the tragedy of Darth Plagueis the wise". He claims it's an old legend about a Sith Lord who was so skilled at controlling life that he could create life itself and even stop others from dying, something the Jedi had no idea about. [[spoiler: Palpatine leaves out the detail that Plagueis was, in fact, his own master, and that the apprentice who murdered Plagueis was himself. And that since he lived recently, it's entirely possible that Plagueis [[MysticalPregnancy created Anakin]], who has no biological father.]]
** In Franchise/StarWarsLegends (the former ExpandedUniverse), Jedi could use this power to heal themselves or others of wounds, rather than unethical genetic engineering experiments like the Sith like to do.

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* ''Franchise/StarWars'': This kind of power isn't unheard of in the ''Franchise/StarWars'' universe. Galaxy.
** ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'':
One key example occurs in ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'', when Palpatine asks Anakin Skywalker if he's ever heard of "the tragedy of Darth Plagueis the wise". He claims it's an old legend about a Sith Lord who was so skilled at controlling life that he could create life itself and even stop others from dying, something the Jedi had no idea about. [[spoiler: Palpatine leaves out the detail that Plagueis was, in fact, his own master, and that the apprentice who murdered Plagueis was himself. And that since he lived recently, it's entirely possible that Plagueis [[MysticalPregnancy created Anakin]], who has no biological father.]]
** In Franchise/StarWarsLegends ''Franchise/StarWarsLegends'' (the former ExpandedUniverse), Jedi could use this power to heal themselves or others of wounds, rather than unethical genetic engineering experiments like the Sith like to do.



* In ''Literature/TheBloodLadders trilogy'' [[GenderRestrictedAbility female]] magic is based around the body while male magic affects the external world. Female magic is usually used for healing or transformation but it's discovered that it can be used for destructive purposes as well, and since the magic doesn't care whether the "body" in question is alive or not it proves to be one of the more effective weapons against the undead.
* Taggart from Ayize-Jama Everett's ''Liminal World'' books can use his power at range but it works a lot better when he's touching the target. He is referred to as healer by most people he meets but given that we see him stripping the myelin off people's nerves, redirecting their stomach acid to places stomach acid should never go, growing gills and armoring his own body in multiple layers of callused skin, he is clearly far more than that.
* Biotaumaturgy in ''Literature/PerdidoStreetStation'' by China Miéville, also counts. Applied to the remaking becomes BodyHorror, ...''oh, the remade''.
* Physiomancers from the ''Literature/ShadowOps'' books can use their power to heal, harm, warp or augment their own flesh or that of others as their skills permit
* The Freak from the ''TabletopGame/UnknownArmies'' novel ''Godwalker'' demonstrates this power via shapeshifting, gendershifting as well as healing of self and others.
* Anyanwu from Creator/OctaviaButler's novel ''Literature/WildSeed''. Her healing powers are just a subset of her actual capabilities. Anyanwu is a healer but, as she gained experience, she learned to heal others and transform into various animal forms.
* Panacea from ''Literature/{{Worm}}'' [[PowerMisidentification pretends to be just a healer]], but it becomes clear that, [[NoSelfBuffs excluding her own body]] and conservation of mass, she can do ''anything'' to organic matter with just a touch and a few seconds of thought.

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* In ''Literature/TheBloodLadders trilogy'' ''Literature/TheBloodLadders'': [[GenderRestrictedAbility female]] Female]] magic is based around the body while male magic affects the external world. Female magic is usually used for healing or transformation but it's discovered that it can be used for destructive purposes as well, and since the magic doesn't care whether the "body" in question is alive or not it proves to be one of the more effective weapons against the undead.
* ''Literature/LiminalWorld'': Taggart from Ayize-Jama Everett's ''Liminal World'' books can use his power at range but it works a lot better when he's touching the target. He is referred to as healer by most people he meets but given that we see him stripping the myelin off people's nerves, redirecting their stomach acid to places stomach acid should never go, growing gills and armoring his own body in multiple layers of callused skin, he is clearly far more than that.
* ''Literature/PerdidoStreetStation'': Biotaumaturgy in ''Literature/PerdidoStreetStation'' by China Miéville, also counts. Applied is magic through which flesh can be altered and reshaped. It's most notably used to turn criminals, political dissidents and other undesirables into the remaking becomes BodyHorror, ...''oh, Remade, whose bodies have been twisted into grotesque shapes to serve the remade''.
roles they have been enslaved to fulfill.
* ''Literature/ShadowOps'': Physiomancers from the ''Literature/ShadowOps'' books can use their power to heal, harm, warp or augment their own flesh or that of others as their skills permit
* ''TabletopGame/UnknownArmies'': The Freak Freak, from the ''TabletopGame/UnknownArmies'' novel ''Godwalker'' ''Godwalker'', demonstrates this power via shapeshifting, gendershifting as well as healing of self and others.
* Anyanwu from Creator/OctaviaButler's novel ''Literature/WildSeed''.''Literature/WildSeed'': Anyanwu. Her healing powers are just a subset of her actual capabilities. Anyanwu is a healer but, as she gained experience, she learned to heal others and transform into various animal forms.
* ''Literature/{{Worm}}'': Panacea from ''Literature/{{Worm}}'' [[PowerMisidentification pretends to be just a healer]], but it becomes clear that, [[NoSelfBuffs excluding her own body]] and conservation of mass, she can do ''anything'' to organic matter with just a touch and a few seconds of thought.



* Irene's superpower in ''Roleplay/DawnOfANewAgeOldportBlues'' is fleshcrafting. She can manipulate a body's biology and change a person's hair colour, skin tone, mold their muscles and bones, or even [[BioAugmentation grant them extra limbs]].

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* ''Roleplay/DawnOfANewAgeOldportBlues'': Irene's superpower in ''Roleplay/DawnOfANewAgeOldportBlues'' is fleshcrafting. She can manipulate a body's biology and change a person's hair colour, skin tone, mold their muscles and bones, or even [[BioAugmentation grant them extra limbs]].



* Biomancers from ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' v3.5 have exactly this ability.
** The Sarrukh [[{{Precursor}} Creator Race]] had it on non-Sarrukh reptilian creatures. This serves as an explanation for the sheer variety of reptilian creatures in the ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'', often with only minor differences to other types -- the standard Sarrukh solution to a new problem was making a new creature to solve it.

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* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'': The Sarrukh [[{{Precursor}} Creator Race]] had the ability to shape and alter non-Sarrukh reptilian creatures. This serves as an explanation for the sheer variety of reptilian creatures in the ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'', often with only minor differences to other types -- the standard Sarrukh solution to a new problem was making a new creature to solve it.
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Biomancers from ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' v3.3.5 have exactly this ability.
** The Sarrukh [[{{Precursor}} Creator Race]] had it on non-Sarrukh reptilian creatures. This serves as an explanation for * ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'': Fleshwarping is a process through which the sheer variety appearance and biology of reptilian creatures in the ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'', often with only minor differences to other types -- the standard Sarrukh solution to a new problem was making a new living creature are altered, sometimes drastically, through magical and alchemical means. It's a very common practice among the drow, who learned of it from Haagenti, the demon lord of alchemy and change, and comes in two distinct types:
** Fleshcrafting is the less extreme variant, where only a relatively minor part of a being is altered. It's often done at the request of a willing patient, who will use it
to solve it.grow some new appendage -- scorpion claws, spider fangs, a chitinous shell, an eyestalk, and so on -- to suit their current purposes. These can be temporary changes that will wither and fall off after a while or can be permanent additions.
** True fleshwarping involves the submersion of the subject into a brew of mutagens, alchemical reagents and flesh-eating bacteria, which will reshape, warp and replace the victim's tissues until they either die or emerge into a new and usually grotesque shape. There's a strong pattern regarding the fleshwarp created by a specific "input" -- fleshwarped drow always become [[SpiderPeople driders]], for instance, while elves become horrific, barely mobile and pain-wracked horrors of twisted flesh and broken bone, humans turn into mindless slug-like beings, gnomes into fleshy, immobile, mushroom-like things, orcs into centaurine centipede people, and so on.



* From ''TabletopGame/VampireTheMasquerade'': The Tzimisce power of Vicissitude allows them to warp flesh and bone at will and even graft on body parts from other creatures.
* Some of the Biomancer powers from ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000'' like Regenerate, Hammerhand and Endurance fall under this powerset.

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* From ''TabletopGame/VampireTheMasquerade'': The Tzimisce power of Vicissitude allows them to warp flesh and bone at will and even graft on body parts from other creatures.
* ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000'': Some of the Biomancer powers from ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000'' like Regenerate, Hammerhand and Endurance fall under this powerset.



* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse,'' Rose Quartz is known for her [[HealingHands healing tears]] and [[GreenThumb control of plant life.]] [[spoiler:However, she was [[KingIncognito actually Pink Diamond in disguise]], and the plant specialization was merely [[PowerMisidentification a strategy to disguise her real power over life in general]]. The ability that brings the plants to sentience, sapience, and mobility is actually the same one that heals the injured, raises the dead, and gives the same sentience, sapience, and mobility [[CreatingLife to inanimate objects]]: the liquid secreted from her Gem form bestows life and the replenishing of that life to all that comes in contact with it.]]



* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse,'' Rose Quartz is known for her [[HealingHands healing tears]] and [[GreenThumb control of plant life.]] [[spoiler:However, she was [[KingIncognito actually Pink Diamond in disguise]], and the plant specialization was merely [[PowerMisidentification a strategy to disguise her real power over life in general]]. The ability that brings the plants to sentience, sapience, and mobility is actually the same one that heals the injured, raises the dead, and gives the same sentience, sapience, and mobility [[CreatingLife to inanimate objects]]: the liquid secreted from her Gem form bestows life and the replenishing of that life to all that comes in contact with it.]]

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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}:'' As part of Orochimaru's experiments, Jugo gets this ability. Aside from ShapeShifting (including partially) into a powerful monstrous form, he can heal himself by absorbing another person's flesh, or heal others by donating his cells.


Compare with OrganicTechnology and ArtMajorBiology.

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Compare with OrganicTechnology and ArtMajorBiology.
ArtMajorBiology. Compare also CreatingLife, where you can outright create biological lifeforms instead of just manipulating them.


Supertrope of MasterOfYourDomain, which is when you manipulate '''your''' own biology.

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Supertrope of MasterOfYourDomain, which is when you manipulate '''your''' own '''your own''' biology.


* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse,'' Rose Quartz is known for her [[HealingHands healing tears]] and [[GreenThumb control of plant life.]] [[spoiler:However, she was [[GodInHumanForm actually Pink Diamond in disguise]], and the plant specialization was merely [[PowerMisidentification a strategy to disguise her real power over life in general]]. The ability that brings the plants to sentience, sapience, and mobility is actually the same one that heals the injured, raises the dead, and gives the same sentience, sapience, and mobility [[CreatingLife to inanimate objects]]: the liquid secreted from her Gem form bestows life and the replenishing of that life to all that comes in contact with it.]]

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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse,'' Rose Quartz is known for her [[HealingHands healing tears]] and [[GreenThumb control of plant life.]] [[spoiler:However, she was [[GodInHumanForm [[KingIncognito actually Pink Diamond in disguise]], and the plant specialization was merely [[PowerMisidentification a strategy to disguise her real power over life in general]]. The ability that brings the plants to sentience, sapience, and mobility is actually the same one that heals the injured, raises the dead, and gives the same sentience, sapience, and mobility [[CreatingLife to inanimate objects]]: the liquid secreted from her Gem form bestows life and the replenishing of that life to all that comes in contact with it.]]


* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse,'' Rose Quartz is known for her [[HealingHands healing tears]] and [[GreenThumb control of plant life.]] [[spoiler:However, she was [[GodInHumanForm actually Pink Diamond in disguise]], and the plant specialization was merely [[PowerMisidentification a strategy to disguise her real power over life in general]]. The ability that brings the plants to sentience, sapience, and mobility is actually the same one that heals the injured, raises the dead, and gives the same sentience, sapience, and mobility to inanimate objects: the liquid secreted from her Gem form bestows life and the replenishing of that life to all that comes in contact with it.]]

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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse,'' Rose Quartz is known for her [[HealingHands healing tears]] and [[GreenThumb control of plant life.]] [[spoiler:However, she was [[GodInHumanForm actually Pink Diamond in disguise]], and the plant specialization was merely [[PowerMisidentification a strategy to disguise her real power over life in general]]. The ability that brings the plants to sentience, sapience, and mobility is actually the same one that heals the injured, raises the dead, and gives the same sentience, sapience, and mobility [[CreatingLife to inanimate objects: objects]]: the liquid secreted from her Gem form bestows life and the replenishing of that life to all that comes in contact with it.]]


* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse,'' Rose Quartz is known for her [[HealingHands healing tears]] and [[GreenThumb control of plant life.]] [[spoiler:However, she was [[GodInHumanForm actually Pink Diamond in disguise]], and the plant specialization was merely a strategy to disguise her real power over life in general. The ability that brings the plants to sentience, sapience, and mobility is actually the same one that heals the injured, raises the dead, and gives the same sentience, sapience, and mobility to inanimate objects: the liquid secreted from her Gem form bestows life and the replenishing of that life to all that comes in contact with it.]]

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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse,'' Rose Quartz is known for her [[HealingHands healing tears]] and [[GreenThumb control of plant life.]] [[spoiler:However, she was [[GodInHumanForm actually Pink Diamond in disguise]], and the plant specialization was merely [[PowerMisidentification a strategy to disguise her real power over life in general.general]]. The ability that brings the plants to sentience, sapience, and mobility is actually the same one that heals the injured, raises the dead, and gives the same sentience, sapience, and mobility to inanimate objects: the liquid secreted from her Gem form bestows life and the replenishing of that life to all that comes in contact with it.]]

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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse,'' Rose Quartz is known for her [[HealingHands healing tears]] and [[GreenThumb control of plant life.]] [[spoiler:However, she was [[GodInHumanForm actually Pink Diamond in disguise]], and the plant specialization was merely a strategy to disguise her real power over life in general. The ability that brings the plants to sentience, sapience, and mobility is actually the same one that heals the injured, raises the dead, and gives the same sentience, sapience, and mobility to inanimate objects: the liquid secreted from her Gem form bestows life and the replenishing of that life to all that comes in contact with it.]]


* ''Manga/OnePiece'': Emporio Ivankov's Devil Fruit lets him create and inject hormones with [[SwissArmySuperpower an enormous variety of effects]], including an [[GenderBender instant sex change]], adrenaline boost, and healing acceleration.

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* ''Manga/OnePiece'': Emporio Ivankov's Devil Fruit lets him create and inject hormones with [[SwissArmySuperpower an enormous variety of effects]], including an [[GenderBender [[SexShifter instant sex change]], adrenaline boost, and healing acceleration.


This is, quite literally, the power to manipulate biology and biological lifeforms (mostly animals, not [[GreenThumb plants]]), also referred to as biomancy, biokinesis, fleshwarping, fleshcrafting and more. Depending on the setting and the power level, it may vary in range (long-ranged vs. strictly hands-on), comprehensiveness (e.g. can only affect humans), or scope (e.g. limited to the user's own biology).

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This is, quite literally, the power to manipulate biology and biological lifeforms (mostly animals, usually not [[GreenThumb plants]]), also referred to as biomancy, biokinesis, fleshwarping, fleshcrafting and more. Depending on the setting and the power level, it may vary in range (long-ranged vs. strictly hands-on), comprehensiveness (e.g. can only affect humans), or scope (e.g. limited to the user's own biology).


* Panacea from ''Literature/{{Worm}}'' [[PowerMisidentification pretends to be just a healer]], but it becomes clear that, excluding her own body and conservation of mass, she can do ''anything'' to organic matter with just a touch and a few seconds of thought.

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* Panacea from ''Literature/{{Worm}}'' [[PowerMisidentification pretends to be just a healer]], but it becomes clear that, [[NoSelfBuffs excluding her own body body]] and conservation of mass, she can do ''anything'' to organic matter with just a touch and a few seconds of thought.



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* ''ComicBook/AlphaFlight'' villain Scramble the Mixed-Up Man (a.k.a. Dr. Lionel Jeffries) could [[HealingHands heal most non-lethal wounds with his touch]], but he could also [[BodyHorror turn people into misshapen lumps of flesh]] if he so desired. And having [[GoMadFromTheRevelation gone insane]] after attempting to put [[AnArmAndALeg dismembered dead soldiers]] back together and failing to revive them, he decidedly skewed toward the latter, until his brother Madison forced Lionel to use his powers on his own brain, [[HealThyself apparently curing him]]. But when Lionel's attempt to give double-amputee Roger Bochs new legs failed (due to him using a cadaver's legs, which subsequently decayed), he [[TheAssimilator asborbed Roger into his own body]] and became the monstrous Omega, before he was ultimately killed by Madison using Roger's Box robot.



* ''ComicBook/AlphaFlight'' villain Scramble the Mixed-Up Man (a.k.a. Dr. Lionel Jeffries) could [[HealingHands heal most non-lethal wounds with his touch]], but he could also [[BodyHorror turn people into misshapen lumps of flesh]] if he so desired. And having [[GoMadFromTheRevelation gone insane]] after attempting to put [[AnArmAndALeg dismembered dead soldiers]] back together and failing to revive them, he decidedly skewed toward the latter, until his brother Madison forced Lionel to use his powers on his own brain, [[HealThyself apparently curing him]]. But when Lionel's attempt to give double-amputee Roger Bochs new legs failed (due to him using a cadaver's legs, which subsequently decayed), he [[TheAssimilator asborbed Roger into his own body]] and became the monstrous Omega, before he was ultimately killed by Madison using Roger's Box robot.













* Biotaumaturgy in ''Literature/PerdidoStreetStation'' by China Miéville, also counts. Applied to the remaking becomes BodyHorror, ...''oh, the remade''.



* Biotaumaturgy in Literature/{{Perdido Street Station}} by China Miéville, also counts. Applied to the remaking becomes Main/{{Body Horror}}, ...''oh, the remade''.



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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'': [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-040 SCP-040 ("Evolution's Child")]]. SCP-040 has the anomalous ability of manipulating living matter. She uses it to modify existing life forms to create new ones. Her creations include SCP-040-1a (a VoluntaryShapeshifter she wears like a sweater), SCP-040-1c (a LivingGasbag that can play music) and SCP-040-1j (a four-legged creature that can WallCrawl).

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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'': [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-040 SCP-040 ("Evolution's Child")]]. SCP-040 has the anomalous ability of manipulating living matter. Irene's superpower in ''Roleplay/DawnOfANewAgeOldportBlues'' is fleshcrafting. She uses it to modify existing life forms to create new ones. Her creations include SCP-040-1a (a VoluntaryShapeshifter she wears like a sweater), SCP-040-1c (a LivingGasbag that can play music) manipulate a body's biology and SCP-040-1j (a four-legged creature that can WallCrawl).

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change a person's hair colour, skin tone, mold their muscles and bones, or even [[BioAugmentation grant them extra limbs]].
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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'': [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-040 SCP-040 ("Evolution's Child")]]. SCP-040 has the anomalous ability of manipulating living matter. She uses it to modify existing life forms to create new ones. Her creations include SCP-040-1a (a VoluntaryShapeshifter she wears like a sweater), SCP-040-1c (a LivingGasbag that can play music) and SCP-040-1j (a four-legged creature that can WallCrawl).
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* Biotaumaturgy in ''Literature/{{Perdido Street Station}}'' by China Miéville, also counts.

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* Biotaumaturgy in ''Literature/{{Perdido Literature/{{Perdido Street Station}}'' Station}} by China Miéville, also counts.
counts. Applied to the remaking becomes Main/{{Body Horror}}, ...''oh, the remade''.

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