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"You're supposed to be a myth. A being capable of spontaneous creation, and here you are, using it to make breakfast for dinner. "
"Let go of my children."
"Oh, yes, your children. And Vision, and this whole little life you've made. This is Chaos Magic, Wanda. That makes you... the Scarlet Witch."
― Agatha Harkness and Wanda Maximoff (WandaVision/Marvel Cinematic Universe)

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

Also Called

  • Chaotic/Complex Magic
  • Chthonic/Hex/Wild Magic
  • Freedom/Irregular/Erratic Magic


Users can utilize chaos-related magic; a type of magic that taps into and utilizes the chaotic forces of the universe, granting the user chaotic magical powers and a mastery of spells that are capable of warping, manipulating and/or reconstructing reality and probability as well as the very fabric of existence.

At their fullest potential, the user can cause total chaos and destruction to the cosmos, even rewriting entire multiverses on a whim, making them virtually omnipotent. However, if left unchecked, the user can lose themselves to the very chaos they’ve invoked.




Known Users

See Also: Entropy and Chaos Magic.


  • Discord (My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic)
  • Chaos Pearls Users (Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja)
    • The Sorcerer
    • The Sorceress



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

Movies/TV Series

Video Games

  • 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)