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The ability to make suitable adaptations to requirements and conditions. Sub-power of Adaptation Manipulation. Technique of Bio-Adaptation Manipulation. Variation of Inducement.

Also Called

  • Adaptation Bestowal
  • Adaptability Inducement
  • Modification Inducement
  • Remote Galvanization


The user can conveniently alter the physical structure and semblance of another person, place or thing to their liking, making them tougher and stronger in order to match one's desires as well as survive the elements. Users have to be in contact with the recipient, if not, some type of medium, to affect and implement the adaptation; the adaptation would be environmental, reactive and/or responsive to a threat relevant to the recipient or the user at hand.




Known Users

  • Galvanic Mechamorphs (Ben 10)
  • Ravaiim (Darksiders: The Abomination Vault)
  • Batman the Devastator (DC Comics)
  • Batman the Murder Machine (DC Comics)
  • Blue Beetle (DC Comics)
  • Martian Manhunter (DC Comics)
  • Tormock (DC Comics)
  • The Alternate (Malibu Comics)
  • Hardcase (Malibu Comics)
  • Rex Mundi (Malibu Comics)
  • Phalanx (Marvel Comics)
  • Technarchy (Marvel Comics)
  • Ultron (Marvel Comics)
  • Kuchikukan (Penguins of Madagascar); via Adaptive Possession.
  • Humanity (Real Life)

Known Objects

  • Doomsday Virus (DC Comics)
  • Reach Scarab (DC Comics)
  • Marker's (Dead Space)
  • Gore Nests (Doom Eternal)
  • World Engine (Man of Steel)
  • Techno-Organic Virus (Marvel Comics)
  • All-Spark (Transformers)