The ability to generate cocoons. Sub-power of Silk Generation, Cocoon Manipulation, and Silk Constructs. Variation of Organic Imprisonment.
The user can create a cocoon from energy/matter and use it for various purposes.
- Since the materials used to create the cocoon are usually organic they may be weak and easy to break out of
- The user may get trapped by their own cocoons.
- Butterfly Magisword (Mighty Magiswords)
Skye and Raina (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) encased in cocoons while undergoing Terrigenesis.
Annie Leonhart (Attack on Titan) has encased herself in a crystal cocoon.
Saya Otonashi (Blood+) contains herself inside a cocoon during her hibernation periods.
Piper Halliwell (Charmed) has been trapped in a cocoon by the Spider Demon.
Caterpy (Dragon Ball Z) encases himself in a cocoon to assume his ultimate form, though he will not hatch for an estimated 1200 years.
After "dying," Spider-Man (Marvel Comics) wraps himself in a cocoon...
...from which he emerges, fully healed and with augmented spider powers.
Butterfly Magisword (Mighty Magiswords) can surround the target in a cocoon, leaving them with temporary butterfly wings afterward.
Rachnera Arachnera (Monster Musume) has wrapped the other four girls of the Kimihito house in cocoons.
D'Vorah (Mortal Kombat X) cocooning Johnny Cage.
Changelings (My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic) imprisoned Princess Celestia in a lime green goo cocoon.
Chrysalid (Resident Evil 6) is a state those infected with the C-Virus take upon receiving enough damage, becoming more powerful and monstrous beings upon hatching.
Starfire (DC Comics/Teen Titans) is being encased in a cocoon as per the final stage of the Tamaranian transformation.
Hope (Xena: Warrior Princess) encased in a cocoon.
Wraith victims (Stargate) cocooned for later feeding.
Tarantula Panther (Cutie Honey) can cocoon her victims with her web