The power to
banish an object or being from a specific place. Opposite to Summoning.
The user can banish an object or being from a specific place to either a certain place/area they choose or into the area the target is most connected, in case of summoned beings their home plane of existence.
May only be able to banish from one location (e.g. a building, a dimension).
Banishment may be random, which may send the target into place user doesn't want them to go.
Not the same as
Death Inducement since it's not killing someone unless being certain to place the victim to where death is likely. Users of Shortcut Access and Teleportation Negation are immune.
Banishing Stone (
The Life and Times of Juniper Lee) Book of Demons ( Valkyrie Crusade)
When Kitty (Danny Phantom) blows her Banishing Kiss, any boy that it hits disappears to parts unknown. If they stay that way for more than 12 hours, the ones who have vanished are gone forever.
Khalid (DC Comics) while using the powers of Dr. Fate, can banish beings to other dimensions by invoking the Egyptian God of War, Horus.
Oryx (Destiny) can use "Banish to Darkness Dimension" to send Guardians to an isolated place to trap them in.
Holy Angemon (Digimon) opening the
Heaven's Gate to consign his opponents into oblivion of subspace, never to return.
The Meido Zangetsuha (InuYasha) banishes the victims into hell.
When her sister Princess Luna became Nightmare Moon, Princess Celestia (My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic) was forced to use the "Elements of Harmony" to banish her in the moon for 1000 years.
Lucifer (Christianity) is cast out of Heaven along with his angels after rebelling against God.
Adam and Eve (Abrahamic Religions) banished from the Garden of Eden after the first sin.
As a result of Metatron's (Supernatural) betrayal and his spell, all angels were cast out of Heaven
Bookend (Valkyrie Crusade) uses the power of demons sealed in a book to banish demonkind.
Inuyasha (Inuyasha) uses Meido Tessaiga to banish anything it cuts to the netherworld.
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