The power to bestow a power by teaching one how to use it. Variation of Power Bestowal. Opposite to Ability Learning.
The user can train, instruct, or otherwise teach others how to use special powers and abilities.
- Teaching others will take time.
- Because of the Plateau effect, the student may reach the peak of their physical and/or mental limits and never improve beyond that.
Bottles (Banjo-Kazooie) taught Banjo and Kazooie many of their special abilities…
…as did his brother Jamjars (Banjo-Tooie)…
…and their ancestor Bozzeye (Banjo-Kazooie: Grunty's Revenge).
Clancy (Ben 10) has the power to control animals (mostly insects)...
...which he taught Dr. Animo how to use.
Shigekuni Yamamoto Genryusai (Bleach) founded the Shinigami Academy around 2,100 years ago, and was the Head Instructor.
Eobard Thawne/Reverse-Flash (DC Comics) learned how to create sonic booms by flicking his fingers from his successor, Hunter Zolomon.
Master Muten Roshi (Dragon Ball series), master of the superhuman martial art: Kame-Sennin Ryu.
King/North Kai (Dragon Ball series) training Son Goku to use the Spirit Bomb.
Son Gohan (Dragon Ball series) teaching Videl how to use the Bukūjutsu/Dancing Sky Art or Flight technique .
Angels (Dragon Ball Super) such as Whis and Vados guide and teach the Gods of Destruction how to master their destructive capabilities.
Splinter (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2012) teaching Leonardo how to perform the Healing Hand
Elizabeth Joestar/Lisa Lisa (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part II: Battle Tendency) teaching her son, Joseph Joestar and Caesar Zeppeli in the art of the Ripple/Hamon.
Tsunade (Naruto) training Ino and Sakura in medical jutsu.
As the Black Dino Ranger, Tommy Oliver (Power Rangers) trained and mentored the Dino Rangers.
Yoda (Star Wars) trains younglings in the ways of the Force.
A brutal mentor, Darth Vader (Star Wars: The Force Unleashed) trained Galen Marek in the ways of the Sith.
Genkai (Yu Yu Hakusho), the Chi-Master.
Yakone (The Legend of Korra) taught his son in the art of BloodBending.