The power to have a body composed of a flexible, amorphous substance.
- Formless Form/Mimicry/Physiology
The user's body is composed of a flexible, amorphous substance that can be manipulated in a variety of ways, they are also very resistant to physical attacks.
- May not be able to take a normal, solid form without training and/or concentration.
- May have a hard time trying to get out of other forms of liquid.
- Power may be limited if the user is inside an small area.
Chuchus (The Legend of Zelda)
A N'rrgal (Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood)
Sh'Okanabo (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2003 TV series)
Shadow Blot (Epic Mickey)
Caribou (One Piece) ate the Numa Numa no Mi, giving him the power to turn himself into mud.
Neo Organism (Kamen Rider)
Twelve (Street Fighter III)
Spidercide (Marvel Comics)
Carla Radames (Resident Evil 6)
A gelatinous cube (Dungeons & Dragons)
The Yellow Devil, one of the Bio-Devil robots (Mega Man)
Ivan Ooze (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie)
Rodem (Babel II: Beyond Infinity)
Martians like Martian Manhunter (DC Comics) are such avid shapeshifters...
...that they can literally more than capable of scattering and then piecing themselves back together into any form imaginable, molecule by molecule.
To prevent Ted (I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream) from killing himself and escaping the AI's eternal torture, AM turned him into an amorphous blob.
Mephiles the Dark (Sonic the Hedgehog) in his original form, an amorphous mass of darkness.
The Flesh (Doctor Who) are highly amorphous beings.
After removing both of her power limiters, Kahlua Shuzen's (Rosario + Vampire) body became composed of an amorphous substance, which she demonstrates by slicing through her own neck to no ill effect.
Experiment 316 "Morpholomew" (Lilo & Stitch)
Experiment 300 "Spooky" (Lilo & Stitch)
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Lenopans/Sludgepuppies (Ben 10)