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* Players of ''TabletopGame/DontRestYourHead'' are explicitly encouraged to use their Madness talents in metaphorical ways, especially when [[LetsGetDangerous things are really getting dangerous.]]

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* Players of ''TabletopGame/DontRestYourHead'' are explicitly encouraged to use their Madness talents in metaphorical ways, especially when [[LetsGetDangerous things are really getting dangerous.]]]] Examples:
** Using your SuperStrength not only the usual way, but also to lift your friend's spirit, bend the truth and crush injustice.
** Using a knife that can kill ''anything'', [[YouCannotKillAnIdea even ideas]], to cut off flaws, sever unhealthy relationships, and kill personal demons.
** Using the ability to alter weight of anything to add weight to your words, making the impossible to ignore and easily crush arguments.


** The Stand that Josuke from ''[=JoJolion=]'' uses, Soft & Wet, has the power to "steal" anything from something, which boils down to removing a certain property from something. He has already used it to remove friction from a floor and the "click" sound from a light switch.
** Yasuho Hirose, with the Stand of Paisley Park, from the same part. It possesses the power of "guidance", which has been used to organize internet searches and as a GPS... or to give others a presentiment to push them ''exactly'' where they should be.
** Also from ''[=JoJolion=]'', Kyo Nijimura has her Born This Way. It activates every time her chosen target opens something (or if Kyo opens something and it comes into contact with the target), including but not restricted to flip phones, car doors, and ''removing the cap of a pen''.
** [[spoiler:Gold Experience]] Requiem can return anything to zero. [[spoiler:Its more straightforward use is to return attacks made against him to zero, basically applying a CosmicRetcon to anything that'd harm him. It's also used to set an enemy's death to "zero". Since he can no longer die, he gets caught in a cycle where he constantly "dies", then wakes back up a few moments before "dying" again.]] The character profile suggests that this power can expand to nearly anything, such as a person's motivation.
** [[spoiler:After merging his Stand, Whitesnake, with the Green Baby, Pucci's]] powers gain the motif of the ability to manipulate gravity: C-moon can reverse gravity, but also has the ability to turn things inside out by inverting their ''center'' of gravity. However, since gravity in the [[GravitySucks literal]] and [[YouCantFightFate metaphorical]] senses is a major theme of [=JoJo=] part 6, the ability is also implied to give [[spoiler:Pucci]] PlotArmor.
** Weather Report (whose Stand has the same name as he does) has the power of WeatherManipulation. This includes straightforward applications such as attacking with wind and lightning, but also extends to causing a RainOfSomethingUnusual; at one point, he makes it rain frogs... poison-dart frogs capable of killing a person with a single touch, to be exact. And that's not even the weirdest application of his power; that honor goes to the time when he created rainbows... which [[spoiler:are encoded with subliminal messages that hypnotize people into believing they're snails, almost causing an apocalyptic scenario.]]
** [[spoiler:Silver Chariot Requiem]] has the ability to "switch people's souls". At first, this manifests as a FreakyFridayFlip, but it is soon revealed that it's started to "switch" people into {{Eldritch Abomination}}s, without them even noticing.

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** The Stand that Josuke from ''[=JoJolion=]'' uses, Soft & Wet, has the power to "steal" anything from something, which boils down to removing a certain property from something. He has already used it to remove friction from a floor and the "click" sound from a light switch.
** Yasuho Hirose, with the Stand of Paisley Park, from the same part. It possesses the power of "guidance", which has been used to organize internet searches and as a GPS... or to give others a presentiment to push them ''exactly'' where they should be.
** Also from ''[=JoJolion=]'', Kyo Nijimura has her Born This Way. It activates every time her chosen target opens something (or if Kyo opens something and it comes into contact with the target), including but not restricted to flip phones, car doors, and ''removing the cap of a pen''.
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''[[Manga/JojosBizarreAdventureVentoAureo Vento Aureo]]'':
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[[spoiler:Gold Experience]] Requiem Experience Requiem]] can return anything to zero. [[spoiler:Its more straightforward use is to return attacks made against him it to zero, basically applying a CosmicRetcon to anything that'd harm him.it. It's also used to set an enemy's death to "zero". Since he can no longer die, he gets caught in a cycle where he constantly "dies", then wakes back up a few moments before "dying" again.]] The character profile suggests that this power can expand to nearly anything, such as a person's motivation.
*** [[spoiler:Silver Chariot Requiem]] has the ability to "switch people's souls". At first, this manifests as a FreakyFridayFlip, but it is soon revealed that it's started to "switch" people into {{Eldritch Abomination}}s, without them even noticing.
** ''[[Manga/JojosBizarreAdventureStoneOcean Stone Ocean]]'':
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[[spoiler:After merging his Stand, Whitesnake, with the Green Baby, Pucci's]] powers gain the motif of the ability to manipulate gravity: C-moon can reverse gravity, but also has the ability to turn things inside out by inverting their ''center'' of gravity. However, since gravity in the [[GravitySucks literal]] and [[YouCantFightFate metaphorical]] senses is a major theme of [=JoJo=] part 6, the ability is also implied to give [[spoiler:Pucci]] PlotArmor.
** *** Weather Report (whose Stand has the same name as he does) has the power of WeatherManipulation. This includes straightforward applications such as attacking with wind and lightning, but also extends to causing a RainOfSomethingUnusual; at one point, he makes it rain frogs... poison-dart frogs capable of killing a person with a single touch, to be exact. And that's not even the weirdest application of his power; that honor goes to the time when he created rainbows... which [[spoiler:are encoded with subliminal messages that hypnotize people into believing they're snails, almost causing an apocalyptic scenario.]]
** [[spoiler:Silver Chariot Requiem]] ''[[Manga/JojosBizarreAdventureJojolion JoJolion]]'':
*** The Stand that Josuke uses, Soft & Wet,
has the ability power to "switch people's souls". At first, this manifests "steal" anything from something, which boils down to removing a certain property from something. He has already used it to remove friction from a floor and the "click" sound from a light switch.
*** Yasuho Hirose, with the Stand of Paisley Park, from the same part. It possesses the power of "guidance", which has been used to organize internet searches and
as a FreakyFridayFlip, but GPS... or to give others a presentiment to push them ''exactly'' where they should be.
*** Kyo Nijimura has her Born This Way. It activates every time her chosen target opens something (or if Kyo opens something and
it is soon revealed that it's started to "switch" people comes into {{Eldritch Abomination}}s, without them even noticing.contact with the target), including but not restricted to flip phones, car doors, and ''removing the cap of a pen''.


* One of the winning entries on the ''Lyttle Lytton'' website, which rewards parodies of bad fiction, features a literal example, the Anagramancer, who apparently can do anything, as long as it's an anagram of the name of his enemy. So basically, he's omnipotent, but only based on the monster he's facing.

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* One of the winning entries on the ''Lyttle Lytton'' ''[[Literature/LyttleLyttonContest Lyttle Lytton]]'' website, which rewards parodies of bad fiction, features a literal example, the Anagramancer, who apparently can do anything, as long as it's an anagram of the name of his enemy. So basically, he's omnipotent, but only based on the monster he's facing.


* {{ComicBook/Vixen}} has the ability to mimic the abilities of any animal in existence. Given that she live in the FantasyKitchenSink that is the DCU, this means she can copy the abilities of mythical beings such as dragons. She can also copy the abilities of the human animal which allows her to copy the speed of Jay Garrick (One of the the Flashes), Black Lightning's electrokinesis and every power Superman's entire set of ComboPlatterPowers.

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* {{ComicBook/Vixen}} ComicBook/{{Vixen}} has the ability to mimic the abilities of any animal in existence. Given that she live in the FantasyKitchenSink that is the DCU, this means she can copy the abilities of mythical beings such as dragons. She can also copy the abilities of the human animal which allows her to copy the speed of Jay Garrick (One (one of the the Flashes), Black Lightning's electrokinesis and every power Superman's entire set of ComboPlatterPowers.



* In Disney's ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'', the fairies can only "do good to bring joy and happiness." This implies that they can't use offensive or martial magic, but there's [[LoopholeAbuse a loophole]]: "good" can be interpreted fairly broadly (killing Maleficent might be considered evil, but they didn't kill her themselves, they helped Phillip to do it), and "to bring joy and happiness" includes what makes ''themselves'' happy (as turning Diablo into a gargoyle made Merryweather happy).

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* In Disney's ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'', ''WesternAnimation/SleepingBeauty'', the fairies can only "do good to bring joy and happiness." This implies that they can't use offensive or martial magic, but there's [[LoopholeAbuse a loophole]]: "good" can be interpreted fairly broadly (killing Maleficent might be considered evil, but they didn't kill her themselves, they helped Phillip to do it), and "to bring joy and happiness" includes what makes ''themselves'' happy (as turning Diablo into a gargoyle made Merryweather happy).



* In the ''Franchise/{{Disgaea}}'' series, thieves can steal equipment from enemies, but they can also steal metaphysical concepts like health (rendering the target poisoned), memory (causing the target to forget how to use skills), consciousness (causes target to fall asleep) and even stats (increasing the thief's own, permanently).
** A side story in Disgaea 3 has characters teaming up to discover who has stolen various things from them. Things like letters (and even spaces) from their names, forcing Master Big Star to substitute an e for his missing a and go by Master Bigster, much to his embarrassment. Possibly subverted with Salvatore; she insists her "womanliness" was stolen, but most characters loudly doubt that she ever had any.
* VideoGame/FireEmblem: Downplayed. VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening introduced [[BlackMagic hexes]] as a form of FunctionalMagic. Hexes are not like this in general, but they stretch the definition of "spell" for the purposes of AntiMagic about as thin as they can. "Spells" apparently include everything from diseases to connections to memories.

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* In the ''Franchise/{{Disgaea}}'' series, thieves series:
** Thieves
can steal equipment from enemies, but they can also steal metaphysical concepts like health (rendering the target poisoned), memory (causing the target to forget how to use skills), consciousness (causes target to fall asleep) and even stats (increasing the thief's own, permanently).
** A side story in Disgaea 3 ''Disgaea 3'' has characters teaming up to discover who has stolen various things from them. Things like letters (and even spaces) from their names, forcing Master Big Star to substitute an e for his missing a and go by Master Bigster, much to his embarrassment. Possibly subverted with Salvatore; she insists her "womanliness" was stolen, but most characters loudly doubt that she ever had any.
* VideoGame/FireEmblem: ''VideoGame/FireEmblem'': Downplayed. VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'' introduced [[BlackMagic hexes]] as a form of FunctionalMagic. Hexes are not like this in general, but they stretch the definition of "spell" for the purposes of AntiMagic about as thin as they can. "Spells" apparently include everything from diseases to connections to memories.



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* In [[Webcomic/DominicDeegan Dominic Deegan]] the powers of Demon Lords are incredibly semantic. Toxel, Demon Lord of Poison, [[TheCorruption can also poison thoughts and relationships.]] The Lord of Treachery is so [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin treacherous]] that she won't even stay dead, and exploits this for a ThanatosGambit. But probably the best example is how Chaos demons are immune to WhiteMagic, because demons being hurt by that ''is a rule.''

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* One in five people in the world of ''WebAnimation/EpithetErased'' have powers defined by a random word, which can be anything from "[[DeflectorShields Barrier]]" to "[[EdibleAmmunition Soup]]". This seemingly includes every meaning of the word, which means a little creativity can make "[[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway useless]]" Epithets [[HeartIsAnAwesomePower surprisingly powerful]]. Protagonist Molly is a prime example; while not thrilled about having a word like "Dumb" inscribed on her soul, its meaning is flexible enough that she can [[StealthExpert nullify sound]], reduce attacks to ScratchDamage and, in a pinch, turn people into [[StupidityInducingAttack drooling, suggestible morons]].
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* In [[Webcomic/DominicDeegan Dominic Deegan]] ''Webcomic/DominicDeegan'', the powers of Demon Lords are incredibly semantic. Toxel, Demon Lord of Poison, [[TheCorruption can also poison thoughts and relationships.]] The Lord of Treachery is so [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin treacherous]] that she won't even stay dead, and exploits this for a ThanatosGambit. But probably the best example is how Chaos demons are immune to WhiteMagic, because demons being hurt by that ''is a rule.''



* Parodied by ''Webcomic/EightBitTheater''. Red Mage is constantly showing his companions that he can make anything a MinmaxersDelight. Lockpicking can be accomplished, for instance, using the pickpocket skill because it's just removing a lock from a pocket in a door. The interrogation skill is simply emptying pockets of information in people's minds. This being 8-Bit Theater, InsaneTrollLogic is completely applicable [[AchievementsInIgnorance if you're stupid enough to not wonder how it's at all possible.]] ("[[http://www.nuklearpower.com/2008/05/01/episode-986-164/ There is no problem that cannot be overcome by an imaginative and vigorous use of the animal husbandry skill.]]") Likewise, Thief can steal things that are intangible or that ''don't exist'', basically [[ImpossibleThief doing anything as long as can be called "theft"]]. Fighter can block anything, including the ground from a fall. Fighter's "logic" for this is that it's NotTheFallThatKillsYou, it's the ground.

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* Parodied by ''Webcomic/EightBitTheater''. Red Mage is constantly showing his companions that he can make anything a MinmaxersDelight. Lockpicking can be accomplished, for instance, using the pickpocket skill because it's just removing a lock from a pocket in a door. The interrogation skill is simply emptying pockets of information in people's minds. This being 8-Bit Theater, ''8-Bit Theater'', InsaneTrollLogic is completely applicable [[AchievementsInIgnorance if you're stupid enough to not wonder how it's at all possible.]] ("[[http://www.nuklearpower.com/2008/05/01/episode-986-164/ There is no problem that cannot be overcome by an imaginative and vigorous use of the animal husbandry skill.]]") Likewise, Thief can steal things that are intangible or that ''don't exist'', basically [[ImpossibleThief doing anything as long as can be called "theft"]]. Fighter can block anything, including the ground from a fall. Fighter's "logic" for this is that it's NotTheFallThatKillsYou, it's the ground.



** Shockamancy is the magic of both electricity and any sort of surprise, including the [[ShowSomeLeg Flash Mob]] ability the [[AmazonBrigade Archons]] use. Shockamancy is also where most straightforwardly-offensive magic spells come from, [[ShockSite because, well...]]

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** Shockamancy is the magic of both electricity and any sort of surprise, including the [[ShowSomeLeg Flash Mob]] ability the [[AmazonBrigade Archons]] use. Shockamancy is also where most straightforwardly-offensive straightforwardly offensive magic spells come from, [[ShockSite because, well...]]



** Thanks to the mechanics of linking casters for a spell, creative use of linking can allow for this. Example? [[spoiler: Parson linking an Dirtamancer with a Croakamancer, and uncroaking (reviving) a ''volcano'']].

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** Thanks to the mechanics of linking casters for a spell, creative use of linking can allow for this. Example? [[spoiler: Parson [[spoiler:Parson linking an Dirtamancer with a Croakamancer, and uncroaking (reviving) a ''volcano'']].



** Most of the protagonist characters have the ability to wield a weapon and go on "auto-pilot," allowing their body to heroically fight monsters by enchanting their swords and bodies. While most of them use swords, any weapon will do, and as it turns out, ''anything'' will do if you can conceive of it as a "weapon." Humphrey manages to expertly pilot a plane into a monster when Maga helps convince him it's just a really big sword.

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** Most of the protagonist characters have the ability to wield a weapon and go on "auto-pilot," allowing their body to heroically fight monsters by enchanting their swords and bodies. While most of them use swords, any weapon will do, and as it turns out, ''anything'' will do if you can conceive of it as a "weapon." "weapon". Humphrey manages to expertly pilot a plane into a monster when Maga helps convince him it's just a really big sword.



* One in five people in the world of ''WebAnimation/EpithetErased'' have powers defined by a random word, which can be anything from "[[DeflectorShields Barrier]]" to "[[EdibleAmmunition Soup]]". This seemingly includes every meaning of the word, which means a little creativity can make "[[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway useless]]" Epithets [[HeartIsAnAwesomePower surprisingly powerful]]. Protagonist Molly is a prime example; while not thrilled about having a word like "Dumb" inscribed on her soul, its meaning is flexible enough that she can [[StealthExpert nullify sound]], reduce attacks to ScratchDamage and, in a pinch, turn people into [[StupidityInducingAttack drooling, suggestible morons]].


* One in five people in the world of ''WebAnimation/EpithetErased'' have powers defined by a random word, which can be anything from "[[DeflectorShields Barrier]]" to "[[EdibleAmmunition Soup]]". This seemingly includes every meaning of the word, which means a little creativity can make "[[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway useless]]" Epithets [[HeartIsAnAwesomePower surprisingly powerful]]. Protagonist Molly is a prime example; while not thrilled about having a word like "Dumb" inscribed on her soul, its meaning is flexible enough that she can [[StealthExpert nullify sound]], reduce attacks to ScratchDamage and, in a pinch, turn people into [[StupidityInducingAttack drooling, suggestible morons]].



* One in five people in the world of ''WesternAnimation/EpithetErased'' have powers defined by a random word, which can be anything from "[[DeflectorShields Barrier]]" to "[[EdibleAmmunition Soup]]". This seemingly includes every meaning of the word, which means a little creativity can make "[[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway useless]]" Epithets [[HeartIsAnAwesomePower surprisingly powerful]]. Protagonist Molly is a prime example; while not thrilled about having a word like "Dumb" inscribed on her soul, its meaning is flexible enough that she can [[StealthExpert nullify sound]], reduce attacks to ScratchDamage and, in a pinch, turn people into [[StupidityInducingAttack drooling, suggestible morons]].


* 1 in 5 people in the world of ''WesternAnimation/EpithetErased'' have powers defined by a random word, which can be anything from "[[DeflectorShields Barrier]]" to "[[EdibleAmmunition Soup]]". This seemingly includes every meaning of the word, which means a little creativity can make "[[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway useless]]" Epithets [[HeartIsAnAwesomePower surprisingly powerful]]. Protagonist Molly is a prime example; while not thrilled about having a word like "Dumb" inscribed on her soul, its meaning is flexible enough that she can [[StealthExpert nullify sound]], reduce attacks to ScratchDamage and, in a pinch, turn people into [[StupidityInducingAttack drooling, suggestible morons]].

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* 1 One in 5 five people in the world of ''WesternAnimation/EpithetErased'' have powers defined by a random word, which can be anything from "[[DeflectorShields Barrier]]" to "[[EdibleAmmunition Soup]]". This seemingly includes every meaning of the word, which means a little creativity can make "[[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway useless]]" Epithets [[HeartIsAnAwesomePower surprisingly powerful]]. Protagonist Molly is a prime example; while not thrilled about having a word like "Dumb" inscribed on her soul, its meaning is flexible enough that she can [[StealthExpert nullify sound]], reduce attacks to ScratchDamage and, in a pinch, turn people into [[StupidityInducingAttack drooling, suggestible morons]].


* 1 in 5 people in the world of ''WesternAnimation/EpithetErased'' have powers defined by a random word, which can be anything from “[[DeflectorShields Barrier]]” to “[[EdibleAmmunition Soup]]”. This seemingly includes every meaning of the word, which means a little creativity can make “useless” Epithets surprisingly powerful. Protagonist Molly is a prime example; while not thrilled about having a word like “Dumb” inscribed on her soul, its meaning is flexible enough that she can [[StealthExpert nullify sound]], reduce attacks to ScratchDamage, and in a pinch turn people into [[StupidityInducingAttack drooling, suggestible morons]].

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* 1 in 5 people in the world of ''WesternAnimation/EpithetErased'' have powers defined by a random word, which can be anything from “[[DeflectorShields Barrier]]” "[[DeflectorShields Barrier]]" to “[[EdibleAmmunition Soup]]”. "[[EdibleAmmunition Soup]]". This seemingly includes every meaning of the word, which means a little creativity can make “useless” "[[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway useless]]" Epithets [[HeartIsAnAwesomePower surprisingly powerful. powerful]]. Protagonist Molly is a prime example; while not thrilled about having a word like “Dumb” "Dumb" inscribed on her soul, its meaning is flexible enough that she can [[StealthExpert nullify sound]], reduce attacks to ScratchDamage, and ScratchDamage and, in a pinch pinch, turn people into [[StupidityInducingAttack drooling, suggestible morons]].


* In DominicDeegan the powers of Demon Lords are incredibly semantic. Toxel, Demon Lord of Poison, [[TheCorruption can also poison thoughts and relationships.]] The Lord of Treachery is so [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin treacherous]] that she won't even stay dead, and exploits this for a ThanatosGambit. But probably the best example is how Chaos demons are immune to WhiteMagic, because demons being hurt by that ''is a rule.''

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* In DominicDeegan [[Webcomic/DominicDeegan Dominic Deegan]] the powers of Demon Lords are incredibly semantic. Toxel, Demon Lord of Poison, [[TheCorruption can also poison thoughts and relationships.]] The Lord of Treachery is so [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin treacherous]] that she won't even stay dead, and exploits this for a ThanatosGambit. But probably the best example is how Chaos demons are immune to WhiteMagic, because demons being hurt by that ''is a rule.''

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* In DominicDeegan the powers of Demon Lords are incredibly semantic. Toxel, Demon Lord of Poison, [[TheCorruption can also poison thoughts and relationships.]] The Lord of Treachery is so [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin treacherous]] that she won't even stay dead, and exploits this for a ThanatosGambit. But probably the best example is how Chaos demons are immune to WhiteMagic, because demons being hurt by that ''is a rule.''

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* 1 in 5 people in the world of ''WesternAnimation/EpithetErased'' have powers defined by a random word, which can be anything from “[[DeflectorShields Barrier]]” to “[[EdibleAmmunition Soup]]”. This seemingly includes every meaning of the word, which means a little creativity can make “useless” Epithets surprisingly powerful. Protagonist Molly is a prime example; while not thrilled about having a word like “Dumb” inscribed on her soul, its meaning is flexible enough that she can [[StealthExpert nullify sound]], reduce attacks to ScratchDamage, and in a pinch turn people into [[StupidityInducingAttack drooling, suggestible morons]].


* ComicBook/Vixen has the ability to mimic the abilities of any animal in existence. Given that she live in the FantasyKitchenSink that is the DCU, this means she can copy the abilities of mythical beings such as dragons. She can also copy the abilities of the human animal which allows her to copy the speed of Jay Garrick (One of the the Flashes), Black Lightning's electrokinesis and every power Superman's entire set of ComboPlatterPowers.

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* ComicBook/Vixen {{ComicBook/Vixen}} has the ability to mimic the abilities of any animal in existence. Given that she live in the FantasyKitchenSink that is the DCU, this means she can copy the abilities of mythical beings such as dragons. She can also copy the abilities of the human animal which allows her to copy the speed of Jay Garrick (One of the the Flashes), Black Lightning's electrokinesis and every power Superman's entire set of ComboPlatterPowers.ComboPlatterPowers.
* The Legion of Super-Heroes villain the Persuader has an axe said to be able to cut through anything. This includes intangible things like the force of gravity causing things to float, metaphorical things like someone's air supply and even the boundary between timelines to build the Fatal Five into the Fatal Five ''Hundred''.


** Eri's unnamed Quirk is described as being able to [[spoiler:"rewind" things to a previous state. So far, she's removed Quirks, undone fusions, healed injuries, and ''erased people from existence'']]. Because such a power could easily become a StoryBreakerPower, she's hospitalized and feverish at the end of her spotlight arc, which also implies that her power is limited.

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** Eri's unnamed Quirk is described as being able to [[spoiler:"rewind" things to a previous state. So far, she's removed Quirks, undone fusions, healed injuries, and ''erased ''[[DeathByDeaging erased people from existence'']].existence]]'']]. Because such a power could easily become a StoryBreakerPower, she's hospitalized and feverish at the end of her spotlight arc, which also implies that her power is limited.


** Tsuyu's Quirk allows her to [[SwissArmySuperpower do whatever a frog can]]. Which means she has very powerful leg muscles, can leap huge distances InASingleBound, has a very long and powerful tongue, has excellent mobility in water, can adhere to walls, hide things in her stomach to get them out later, and even camouflage herself. As a downside, however, she's ectothermic and becomes sluggish in the cold.

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** Tsuyu's Quirk allows her to [[SwissArmySuperpower [[AnimalThemedSuperbeing do whatever a frog can]]. Which means she has very powerful leg muscles, can leap huge distances InASingleBound, has a very long and powerful tongue, has excellent mobility in water, can adhere to walls, hide things in her stomach to get them out later, and even camouflage herself. As a downside, however, she's ectothermic and becomes sluggish in the cold.

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* ''Series/TheTwilightZone1959'': In "[[Recap/TheTwilightZoneS5E136TheSelfImprovementOfSalvadoreRoss The Self-Improvement of Salvadore Ross]]", the title character discovers that he can obtain another person's characteristics such as age, social status, education or compassion but only if the other person agrees to make the trade.

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