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File:Kouka.png|While Kouka (Gintama) feeds off the Altana of her birthplace Kouan to live, she cannot intake the Altana of any other planet as it is effectively poisonous to her, as she died when she immigrated to Rakuyo, far away from Kouan.
 
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"I used to make fun of Green Lantern for being vulnerable to the colour yellow! Then I choked on my orange juice one morning and nearly suffocated."
― T-Rex, Dinosaur Comics

The circumstance in which the user has a supernatural weakness when in contact with a certain object, occurring event, or emotion. Opposite to Affinity.

Also Called

  • Specific Weakening
  • Specific Vulnerability
  • Weakness

Capabilities

Users become weaker when they come in contact with a certain object, event, or emotion. It is also possible to weaken or nullify existing powers as well. Long-term exposure to the aversion may result in fatal bodily conditions (e.g: Cancer), or even death.

Major Aversions

  • Elemental Aversion - become weaker when in contact with a certain elemental force.
  • Environmental Aversion: become weaker when in certain landscapes.
  • Empathic Aversion - become weaker when feeling (or in contact with someone's feeling) a certain emotion.
  • Life Aversion: become weaker with more living things near.
  • Dead Aversion: gain weakness from the dead.
  • Karma Aversion - become weaker depending on a person's morale.
  • Randomized Weakness - gains a random weakness when in contact with a certain object.
  • Sonokinetic Aversion - become weaker when a certain sound or song is heard.
  • Object Aversion - become weaker when in contact with a certain object.

Associations

Limitations

Known Users

See Also: Weaksauce Weakness and Kryptonite Factor.

Cartoons/Comics

  • Roger’s species (American Dad); become sick and weak if they don’t unleash their inner bitch
  • Firebenders (Avatar the Last Airbender); abilities are nullified when a solar eclipse occurs
  • Waterbenders (Avatar the Last Airbender); abilities are nullified when a lunar eclipse occurs
  • Ultimos (Ben 10); becomes weak and sick when exposed to Sucrotaxonite, a chemical found in chocolate
  • Zs'Skayr (Ben 10); can be destroyed by ultra-violet rays, such as sunlight
  • Captain Planet (Captain Planet and the Planeteers); loses his powers when near pollution and radiation
  • Jackie Estacado (The Darkness); becomes weaker in light or the sun
  • Alan Scott/Green Lantern (DC Comics); in the Golden Age his ring was weak against wood
  • Bizarro (DC Comics); becomes weaker with Blue Kryptonite
  • Daxamites (DC Comics); lead robs them of their powers and causes them to suffer fatal lead poisoning
  • Green Lanterns (DC Comics); in the Silver Age they became weak against the color yellow
  • Kryptonians (DC Comics); become weaker with Green/Gold Kryptonite and are rendered powerless by red solar radiation & magic
  • Martians (DC Comics); become weaker when near flames
    • Martian Manhunter
    • Miss Martian
  • Raven (DC Comics); loses control over her powers when under extreme anger or loses control of any of her emotions
  • Ultraman (Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths); becomes weaker with Blue Kryptonite
  • Daredevil (Marvel Comics); he is weak against loud noises and strong smells because of his enhanced senses
  • Symbiotes (Marvel Comics); become weaker when exposed to sonic waves or fire
    • Carnage
    • Toxin
    • Venom
  • James "Logan" Howlett/Wolverine (Marvel Comics); can be killed by the Muramasa Blade and his healing factor can be nullified when struck by Carbinomatium bullets/blades
  • Aku (Samurai Jack); can only be hurt by either Jack’s sword or divine artifacts
  • Scamlar (Totally Spies); vaporized by anything salty

Folklore

  • Vampires (Folklore); become weakened when near sunlight, crosses, running water, and/or garlic
  • Fairies (Folklore); become weakened when near iron
  • Trolls (Scandinavian Folklore); turn to stone when exposed to sunlight

Anime/Manga

  • Gastrea (Black Bullet); can be killed by Varanium
  • Saiyans (Dragon Ball series); become paralyzed and weak if their tails are being squeezed
  • Echo (Dragonar Academy); become weak when she got bitten on her horn buds
  • Roy Mustang (Fullmetal Alchemist); becomes useless when wet
  • Homunculi (Fullmetal Alchemist 2003); become weak when they come in contact with a place or object from their former lives
  • Utsuro (Gintama)
  • Kouka (Gintama)
  • Kuon Ohara (Island); dies/becomes mortally weak when in contact with sunlight
  • Vampires (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure); disintegrate when they come in contact with sunlight
    • Dio Brando
    • Cool/Vanilla Ice
  • Pillar Men (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part II: Battle Tendency); inter a petrified state when they come in contact with sunlight
    • Esidisi
    • Kars
    • Santana
    • Wamuu
  • Devil Fruit Eaters (One Piece); the sea rejects/hates them and they become helpless while submerged in water
  • Moka Akashiya (Rosario + Vampire); weakened whenever in water
  • Mizore Shirayuki (Rosario + Vampire); weakened by extreme heat
  • Crocell Family (Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-kun); weakened by excess emotion

Live Television/Movies

  • The Gentlemen (Buffy the Vampire Slayer); human screams cause their heads to explode
  • John Hancock (Hancock); becomes weaker when near others of his race
  • Evos (Heroes); lose their powers during a solar eclipse
  • Sportacus (LazyTown); becomes weak when he eats junk food
  • Mermaids (Mako: Island of Secrets); the Trident drains their life-force
  • Fairies (Maleficent); iron burns them
  • Zelena (Once Upon a Time); light magic
  • Kryptonians (Smallville); become weaker with Green/Gold/Blue Kryptonite
  • Demons (Supernatural); weak against holy water, iron, salt, exorcisms and lesser demons can’t step foot on consecrated ground
  • Eve, the Mother of All Monsters (Supernatural); can be killed by Phoenix ash
  • Fairies (Supernatural); cream intoxicates them and they can’t resist counting every grain of salt when it’s thrown on the ground
  • Ghosts (Supernatural); weak against salt/iron and can be "killed" by salting and burning their mortal remains
  • Hellhounds (Supernatural); weak against iron, salt, graveyard dirt, holy water, pepper, and devil's shoelaces
  • Leviathans (Supernatural); Borax burns their flesh like acid
  • The Wicked Witch of the West (The Wizard of Oz); water causes her to melt

Video Games

  • Everlasting Dragons (Dark Souls); lightning peels off their scales, allowing them to be killed
  • Cole MacGrath (inFAMOUS); becomes weaker when he enters water
  • Gooigi (Luigi's Mansion 3); destroyed by water & fire
  • Metroid (Metroid); weakened by extreme cold
  • Apparitions (Sekiro: Shadow Die Twice); weak against Divine Confetti
  • Toothpick (Sly Cooper); sensitive to loud noises

Literature

  • Sandworms (Dune); can be killed by water in large quantities, it hurts them on contact
  • Lord Voldemort (Harry Potter); feels pain whenever he was in contact with Harry’s love for his family and friends or his Horcruxes have been destroyed
  • Frank Zhang (Heroes of Olympus); connected to a burned stick, causing him to feel pain whenever it is on fire and automatically die if it is completely incinerated

Known Natural Occurrences

  • Blue Moon (Charmed); turns the Charmed Ones into beasts
  • Prophecy of the Twice-Blessed Child (Charmed); cancels out all magic on the day until said child is born
  • Moonlight (Doraemon: Nobita's Great Adventure into the Underworld); cancels out demonic magic
  • Lunar eclipse (H2O: Just Add Water); causes mermaids in the Moon Pool to lose their powers for 12 hours
  • Moon of Fifty Years (H2O: Just Add Water); causes mermaids in the Moon Pool to lose their powers forever
  • Solar eclipse (Heroes); cancels out all Evolved Humans' powers
  • New Moon (InuYasha); Inuyasha temporarily becomes human until dawn
  • Land Without Magic (Once Upon a Time/Once Upon a Time in Wonderland); no magic whilst outside the town border limit of Storybrooke
  • Post-Full Moon (Shadow Falls); werewolves are weakest after the full moon
  • Edom (Shadowhunter Chronicles); Magnus Bane is powerless there and angelic runes lose their power
  • Lunar eclipse (Teen Wolf); cancels out werewolves' powers
  • Achilles Comet (The Thundermans); renders superhuman powers uncontrollable while passing the Earth
  • Mystic Falls (The Vampire Diaries); via Aversion Field and Humanization
  • Sunlight (Various Franchises); destructive to vampires, and, in Asian folklore, spirits
  • Bermuda Triangle (Wizards of Waverly Place); disables magic

Known Objects

Comics/Cartoons

  • Sucrotaxonite (Ben 10); poisonous to Ultimos' species
  • Various Kryptonites (DC Comics); different types cause various effects on Kryptonians

Anime/Manga

  • Sea-Prism Stone (One Piece); weakens Devil Fruit eaters and paralyzes them
  • Galactica Bracelets (Sailor Moon); can steal any living being's Star Seed, killing them instantly

Video/Games

  • Thinner (Epic Mickey); causes Blotlings and Wasteland Toons to melt
  • Keyblades (Kingdom Hearts); deadly to Heartless and Nobodies
  • The Nobitsura Kage (Shadow Warrior); kills the otherwise-immortal Ancients

Live Television/Movies

  • Daystar virus (Blade III: Trinity); can kill Dracula/Drake and vampires
  • Darklighter Poison (Charmed); deadly to whitelighters and half-whitelighters
  • Paranoia Crystals (Charmed); causes paranoia in witches
  • Light (Darkness Falls); effective against Matilda Dixon's ghost
  • Will's Aftershave (H2O: Just Add Water); makes mermaids sneeze
  • Iron (Maleficent); burns fairies
  • The Trident (Mako: Island of Secrets); weakens mermaids
  • Vorpal blade (Once Upon a Time in Wonderland); effective against the Jabberwocky
  • Borax (Supernatural); capable of harming Leviathans
  • Phoenix ash (Supernatural); capable of killing Eve, the Mother of All Monsters
  • Traveller Dagger (The Vampire Diaries); expels a Traveller's spirit
  • Tuning Fork (The Vampire Diaries); its sound waves hurt witches and sirens
  • Vervain (The Vampire Diaries/The Originals); effective against vampires
  • White Oak Stakes (The Vampire Diaries/The Originals); deadly to Original vampires and their entire species
  • Dip (Who Framed Roger Rabbit); dissolves any Toon that touches it

Literature

  • Basilisk Venom (Harry Potter); destructive to Horcruxes
  • Fiendfyre Spell (Harry Potter); destructive to Horcruxes
  • The Killing Curse (Harry Potter); destructive to Horcruxes
  • Sword of Gryffindor (Harry Potter); destructive to Horcruxes
  • Bone Steel (Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard); harmful to beings related to Norse Mythology
  • Celestial Bronze (Percy Jackson and the Olympians); harmful to beings related to Greco-Roman mythology
  • Imperial Gold (Percy Jackson and the Olympians); harmful to beings related to Greco-Roman mythology
  • Skeptron and seraph blades (The Shadowhunter Chronicles); deadly to demons
  • Fire (The Shadowhunter Chronicles); much more flammable to vampires than humans
  • Salt, steel, gravesoil, rowan wood, and iron (The Shadowhunter Chronicles); effective against fairies
  • Angelic runes (The Shadowhunter Chronicles); deadly to humans

General

  • Light and dark (Various Franchises); effective against each other
  • Electricity and water (Various Franchises); effective against each other
  • Fire and ice/water (Various Franchises); effective against each other
  • Wolfsbane (Various Franchises); effective against werewolves and Lycanthropic Infection
  • Holy Water (Various Franchises); effective against vampires and other undead
  • Garlic (Various Franchises); repels vampires
  • Wooden Stakes (Various Franchises); deadly to vampires by driving it through the heart
  • Silver (Various Franchises); effective against werewolves, and in some cases vampires
  • Iron (Various Franchises); deadly to several mythical beings, such as fairies and sprites

Others

  • Offbrand Soda (Uncle Samsonite)

Gallery

Comics/Cartoons

Anime/Manga

Video Games

Live Television/Movies

Literature

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