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The power to manipulate causality. Sub-power of Omnipotence. Perfect variation of Destiny Manipulation.

Also Called

  • Causality Alteration/Control
  • Causation Control/Manipulation


Users can manipulate causality, the relationship between causes and effects, allowing them to decide what happens and what doesn't, when and how. There is no need for a "why" however, as the why of something is determined by causality itself, which is at the users' command, making it one of the few powers that reasonably don't need a reason.

The causal alterations can be either specific or systemic. Specific alterations are momentary ones, naturally ceasing with their realization (Absolute Wish). Systemic alterations permanently change the causal structure of reality, enforcing new chains of fate upon it until the user decides otherwise (System Manipulation).

All forms of existence and phenomena rely on causality. Because of this, the power to manipulate it naturally overrides any other power put against it, as they all rely on causality to work.

Applications (General)



Applications (Examples)

Low Level:

Mid Level:

High Level:




  • Meta Power Immunity/Omnilock
  • Causality Immunity protects users from all but the strongest manipulators.
  • Causality Negation allows users to undo previous causal alterations.
  • Rule Transcendence provides full immunity to the laws of causality.
  • Applications may require precise knowledge about the desired effects/alterations.
  • May be limited to certain fields of causality, such as those only related to the user, or the part of reality they reside in.
  • Some may be limited to potential effects, while others may create their own.

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