"This is Chaos Magic, Wanda. That makes you... the Scarlet Witch."
― Agatha Harkness (Marvel Cinematic Universe)

The power to utilize chaos-related magic. Form of Magic. Opposite to Order Magic. Variation of Chaos Manipulation.

Also Called

  • Chthonic Magic
  • Freedom Magic
  • Hex Magic
  • Wild Magic
  • Complex magic
  • Irregular/Erratic Spell


The user can utilize Chaos Magic, magic that taps into and utilizes the chaotic forces of the universe, granting the user nigh-omnipotent scale magical powers and mastery of spells capable of warping, manipulating and/or reconstructing reality and probability as well as the very fabric of existence, and can cause total chaos and destruction to the cosmos, even rewriting entire multiverses on a whim.





  • Magic Negation/Magic Destruction/Anti-Magic
  • Must be strong enough to manipulate the chaotic nature of this magic.
  • Magic does not specifically guarantee protection for the user's physical body.
  • May be one of the most unstable and hardest form of magic to master/control.
  • May be neutralized/weakened by Order Magic.

Known Users

See Also: Entropy and Chaos Magic.


  • Discord (My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic)
  • Bill Cipher (Gravity Falls)



  • Demon Lords of the Aether (Grancrest Senki)
  • Users of Crest Magic (Grancrest Senki)

Movies/TV Series

  • Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch (Marvel Cinematic Universe)
  • Ethan Rayne (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)

Video Games

  • Chaos Gods (Warhammer 40k series)
  • Belial (Darksiders 2)
  • Zamorak (Runescape); used chaos magic to corrupt land into a vast wilderness.
  • Gabriel Belmont/Dracula (Castlevania: Lords of Shadow)
  • Asriel Dreemurr, God of Hyperdeath (Undertale)


  • Set ("Kane Chronicles")
  • Apophis ("Kane Chronicles")
  • Amos Kane ("Kane Chronicles")

Tabletop Games

  • Wild Magic Sorcerers (Dungeons and Dragons)


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