- "That just now truly was a blow worthy of a Great General!!"
- ― Bi Hei (Kingdom) after witnessing Shin's Slash.
The power to replicate the attacks/techniques of others. Sub-power of Attack Manipulation. Variation of Power Replication. Opposite to Defense Replication.
- Attack Copying/Duplication/Imitation/Mimicry
- Technique Copying/Duplication/Imitation/Mimicry/Replication
The user is able to mimic and replicate the Special Attacks/techniques of others, taking them for their own.
- May need to be physically capable of using the attack to properly mimic it.
- Ikki Kurogane (Chivalry of a Failed Knight)
- Clare (Claymore)
- Raidou (Dead or Alive series)
- Several characters (Dragon Ball series)
- Sharingan Users (Naruto)
- Charlotte Katakuri (One Piece)
- Shin (Kingdom)
- Protege (Marvel Comics); before fighting Beyonder
- Emerl (Sonic Battle)
- Seth (Street Fighter IV)
- Rufus Lore (Fairy Tail)
- Tanden Engine (Street Fighter IV)
Ikki Kurogane (Chivalry of a Failed Knight) can use Blade Steal to replicate the fighting techniques of other Blazers.
Raidou (Dead or Alive series) learned how to perform the Torn Sky Blast after witnessing Hayate do so.
Son Goku (Dragon Ball series) has copied several attacks from others, such as King Chappa's Hasshu-ken...
...Master Muten Roshi's Kamehameha Wave...
...Tien Shinhan's Solar Flare...
...and the Afterimage Technique.
Tien Shinhan (Dragon Ball series) copied the Kamehameha Wave after seeing Yamcha perform it.
Majin Buu (Dragon Ball Z) replicating Son Goku's Kamehameha Wave.
Rufus Lore (Fairy Tail) can use Memory-Make to replicate other mages' spells and attacks.
Sasuke Uchiha (Naruto) used his Sharingan to partially copy Rock Lee's Front Lotus for his Lion Combo.
Shin of the Hi Shin Unit (Kingdom) replicating General Ou Ki's deadly finisher Slash.
Charlotte Katakuri (One Piece) replicating Monkey D. Luffy's Gear Second's Jet Gatling...
...and Gum Gum/Gomu Gomu no Elephant Gun.
Seth (Street Fighter IV) uses his Tanden Engine to copy and translate the data from other fighters, allowing him to mimic their special techniques.