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|caption = Dexter (Dexter's Laboratory) uses his Laminatrix to become immune to foreign matter adhering to him, including Mom's lipstick.
 
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|Row 1 info = Not be covered in any substance.}}The power to '''to not be covered in any substance despite touching it'''.
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|Row 1 info = Not be covered in any substance.}}
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The power to '''to not be covered in any substance despite touching it'''.
   
 
==Also Called==
 
==Also Called==
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*May not be reversible.
 
*May not be reversible.
 
*May not be controllable in order to allow for certain substances to adhere to the body.
 
*May not be controllable in order to allow for certain substances to adhere to the body.
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==Known Users==
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*[[w:c:dexterslab:Dexter|Dexter]] (''Dexter's Laboratory''); via [[w:c:dexterslab:Dexter Is Dirty|Laminatrix]]
 
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[[Category:Non-Fighting Power]]
 
[[Category:Non-Fighting Power]]
 
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Revision as of 02:04, August 21, 2018

The power to to not be covered in any substance despite touching it.

Also Called

  • Zero Adhesion

Capabilities

User can be immune to having solids (like sand and dirt), liquids (paints, water, tar and so on) and gases be adhered to their body. So with this power, the user can go into a pool of water and come out without being covered in water/being wet, or not be covered in dirt while playing a sports game outside, or not be covered in wet concrete despite touching it. They are all void of such substances from covering their body, as such substances do not adhere to the body/fall off.

Applications

Associations

Limitations

  • May be constantly active.
  • May have a time limit.
  • May not be reversible.
  • May not be controllable in order to allow for certain substances to adhere to the body.

Known Users

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