- "I shouldn't be able to do this. I saw it on TV."
- ― Monica Dawson, Heroes
The power to replicate movement after observation.
- Muscle Mimicry
- Photographic Reflexes
- Psychometric Reflexes
- Photographic Muscle Memory
- Mimetic Muscle Memory
- Combat Intuition
- Martial Arts Intuition
The user can copy any human movement after seeing it performed. Can achieve acrobatics, martial arts, and physical stunts. With these skills they can become masters and incredible at what they do, by combining what several forms and movements in rhythmic motions instead of using the same thing over.
Fighting against people who move out of an erradic and unpredictable nature is nearly impossible and can not be memorized. Copying movements from say an Olympic gymnasts can allow the person to know what is coming next.
Can copy how a person aims, giving themselves incredible marksmanship, though if he or she wanted to use certain weapons they would have to watch a person fire that weapon to be able to copy it. Such as how to fire a rifle as opposed to how to fire a bow, or how to throw knives or darts.
With this ability, users can even improve upon techniques they have learned.
In some cases, the user simply knows how to fight instinctively and can easily hold his/her own against experienced combatants.
- Mostly accompanied by Enhanced Dexterity.
- This could also be linked to Intuitive Aptitude since the user is learning a new skill.
- Enhanced Combat could also be linked when dealing with fighting skills.
- Could also be linked to Knowledge Replication.
- May be able to mimic the moves only over a short time span.
- Cannot mimic superpowers; limited to what the body could actually potentially already achieve.
- Mimicking might not be instantaneous.
- User must be able to sense (usually see) what they want to mimic.