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The power to toggle between a mechanical object’s functions and operations, such as on/off.
 
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==Capability==
 
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|Box title = Activation & Deactivation
The user can switch between functions with physical force. At the user’s touch, a TV can turn on, off, pause, change channel, etc.
 
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|image = File:Matt_Jr_power.gif
===Method===
 
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*Some use touch objects
 
*Others may activate/deactivate from a distance.[[File:Baby_Matt_Parkman's_Power.jpg|thumb|260px|Matt Parkman Jr. of "Heroes" switches a TV on.]]
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|caption = Matt Parkman Jr. (Heroes) switches a TV off.
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|Row 1 title = Power/Ability to:
==Techniques==
 
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|Row 1 info = Activate and deactivate.}}
Some can perform:
 
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The power to '''activate and deactivate various mechanisms, both electronic and biological'''. Sub-power of [[Functionality Manipulation]], [[Technology Manipulation]] and [[Biological Manipulation]].
*“''hysteresis''”: to cause a lag between cause and effect.
 
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==Also Called==
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*On/Off
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==Capabilities==
 
The user can switch between functions with physical force. At the user’s desire, a TV can turn on, off, pause, change channel, etc., even when unplugged. May also include other simple electronic devices such as automated door locks or security cameras. This can sometimes be used to activate and deactivate powers.
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Biologically a user of this power could activate or shutdown vital organs or cause sensory paralysis by switching off their senses (e.g. taste, sight etc.).
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==Applications==
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*[[Activation]]
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* [[Death Inducement]]
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*[[Deactivation]]
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*[[Paralysis Inducement]]
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*[[Power Activation]]
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*[[Power Deactivation]]
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*[[Power Erasure]]
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*[[Power Restoration]]
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==Variations==
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* [[Remote Triggering]]
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==Associations==
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*[[Access and Occlusion]]
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*[[Animation]]
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*[[Biological Manipulation]]
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*[[Energy Manipulation]]
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*[[Functionality Manipulation]]
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*[[Motion Bestowal]]
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*[[Technology Manipulation]]
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==Limitations==
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*May require an audible connection, prevented through soundproof barriers.
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*May be limited to a certain range to work, including touch only.
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*May be limited to certain types of mechanisms.
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==Known Users==
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{{Scroll box|
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*Bruce Nolan (''Bruce Almighty'')
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*Bootmon (''Digimon'')
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*Witches and Wizards (''Every Witch Way'')
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*Nessa (''Fractale'')
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*[http://heroes.fandom.com/Matt_Parkman_Jr. Matt Parkman Jr.] (''[http://heroes.fandom.com/Main_Page Heroes]'')
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*Cole MacGrath (''InFamous'')
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*Izetta (''Izetta: The Last Witch'')
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*Jak (''Jak & Daxter'')
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*Maxwell Dillon/Electro (''Marvel Comics'')
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*Hope Mikaelson (''The Originals'')
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*Kei Kuruma (''Project Arms'')
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*Mare Barrow (''Red Queen'')
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*Nilin Cartier-Wells (''Remember Me'')
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*[[w:c:aliens:starman|Starman]] (''Starman'')
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*Crowley (''Supernatural'')
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*Alex Russo (''Wizards of Waverly Place''); via [[Object Manipulation]]
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*Jones (''X-Men film series''); via Blinking}}
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==Known Objects==
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*Sonic Screwdriver (''Doctor Who'')
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*Lightning Bomb (''Bomberman 64: The Second Attack'')
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*Enchanted Vehicles (''Every Witch Way'')
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*Gwen's Spellbook (''Ben 10 series'')
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==Gallery==
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<gallery>
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Lightning Bomb.png|The Lightning Bomb (Bomberman 64: The Second Attack) can activate or deactivate machinery.
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Jak J&D.jpg|By absorbing Blue Eco, Jak (Jak & Daxter) can activate long-dormant Precursor technology with his mere presence.
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File:Electro.jpg|Maxwell Dillon/Electro (Marvel Comics)
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keikuruma.jpg|Kei Kuruma (Project Arms) can activate or deactivate the arms of anyone who has arms powers.
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</gallery>
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[[Category:Powers]]
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[[Category:Supernatural Powers]]
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[[Category:Manipulations]]
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[[Category:Mental Power]]
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[[Category:Technology-based Powers]]
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[[Category:Energy Powers]]
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[[Category:Science Powers]]
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[[Category:Organic Manipulation]]

Latest revision as of 21:50, 5 November 2020

The power to activate and deactivate various mechanisms, both electronic and biological. Sub-power of Functionality Manipulation, Technology Manipulation and Biological Manipulation.

Also Called

  • On/Off

Capabilities

The user can switch between functions with physical force. At the user’s desire, a TV can turn on, off, pause, change channel, etc., even when unplugged. May also include other simple electronic devices such as automated door locks or security cameras. This can sometimes be used to activate and deactivate powers.

Biologically a user of this power could activate or shutdown vital organs or cause sensory paralysis by switching off their senses (e.g. taste, sight etc.).

Applications

Variations

Associations

Limitations

  • May require an audible connection, prevented through soundproof barriers.
  • May be limited to a certain range to work, including touch only.
  • May be limited to certain types of mechanisms.

Known Users

  • Bruce Nolan (Bruce Almighty)
  • Bootmon (Digimon)
  • Witches and Wizards (Every Witch Way)
  • Nessa (Fractale)
  • Matt Parkman Jr. (Heroes)
  • Cole MacGrath (InFamous)
  • Izetta (Izetta: The Last Witch)
  • Jak (Jak & Daxter)
  • Maxwell Dillon/Electro (Marvel Comics)
  • Hope Mikaelson (The Originals)
  • Kei Kuruma (Project Arms)
  • Mare Barrow (Red Queen)
  • Nilin Cartier-Wells (Remember Me)
  • Starman (Starman)
  • Crowley (Supernatural)
  • Alex Russo (Wizards of Waverly Place); via Object Manipulation
  • Jones (X-Men film series); via Blinking

Known Objects

  • Sonic Screwdriver (Doctor Who)
  • Lightning Bomb (Bomberman 64: The Second Attack)
  • Enchanted Vehicles (Every Witch Way)
  • Gwen's Spellbook (Ben 10 series)

Gallery

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