"One must keep his friends close, Raziel, and his enemies even closer. Can you not grasp the beauty of the paradox?"
― Kain (Soul Reaver)

The power to convert others into different creatures after resurrecting them. Combination of Conversion and Resurrection. Not to be confused with Corpse Conversion.

Also Called

  • Resurrection/Resurrective Conversion/Transformation
  • Transformation/Transformative Resurrestion


Users can raise the dead into a different type of creature (demons, vampires, werewolves, humans, etc.), usually the one they are themselves part of. While the revived creatures retain most of their original traits, they also undergo a physical and mental transformation, gaining additional abilities and traits relatives to their new nature, as well as a sire bond to the user.





  • Unless user have other ways to control the newly risen/transformed being is free-willed.
    • If they raised enemy or someone against their will, their troubles just got worse.
  • May be limited to conversing each creature only once.
  • Conversion Negation

Known Users

  • Hector (Castlevania)
  • Yonaga (Luger Code 1951)
  • God (Supernatural); resurrected the then-human Castiel back into an Angel, specifically a Seraph.
  • Kain (Legacy of Kain Series)
  • Evil Ernie (Chaos!/Dynamite Entertainment)
  • Ho-Oh (Pokémon); resurrected three unknown Pokémon into the three "Legendary Beasts."
  • Kobali (Star Trek Voyager)
  • God (In Another World With My Smartphone); resurrected Touya Mochizuki, a human, into a demigod.

Known Objects

  • Ascension Ceremony (Devil May Cry 4)
  • Nethersphere (Doctor Who); resurrects all dead humans into Cybermen
  • Evil Pieces (Highschool DxD)
  • Heart of Darkness (Legacy of Kain)
  • Mark of Cain (Supernatural); resurrected Cain and Dean Winchester as a demon.


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