(for the record, this is why i wanted a new category. Already know how this'll turn out but thought i'd experiment.)
(again, there is not such thing as Decaying Kingdom.)
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==Also Called==
==Also Called==
*Rot Embodiment
*Rot Embodiment
*Decaying Kingdom Embodiment
*The Dying/Rot
*The Dying/Rot
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*[[Disease Generation]]
*[[Disease Generation]]
*[[Dirtiness Empowerment]]
*[[Filth Manipulation]]
*[[Filth Manipulation]]
*[[Necrosis Inducement]]
*[[Necrosis Inducement]]

Revision as of 22:51, July 16, 2016

"Today we'll show them you just can't stop the rot."
― Mandrake (Epic)

The ability to become the embodiment of rot and decay. Variation of Decomposition Manipulation and Power Manifestation. Opposite of Restoration Embodiment. Variation of Death Embodiment.

Also Called

  • Rot Embodiment
  • The Dying/Rot


Users become the embodiment of the natural forces of rot, decay and eventual death. Users possess all the powers of necrosis, wither, rot and the processes of death, and can even be empowered by it.




  • User cannot affect anything that does not decay or decompose.
  • User needs to careful to prevent the decaying process going out of control.
  • As the user embodies the process of decay, they may suffer from the effects of their own abilities, their body breaking down and slowly destroying itself.
  • Users of Life-Based Powers may overpower this ability.

Known Users


  • Nirṛti (Hindu Mythology)


  • Karkinos/Lernaea (Heroic Age)

Western Animation

  • The Boggans (Epic)
    • Mandrake (Epic)
  • Hexxus (Ferngully: The Last Rainforest)

Comic Book

  • The Black/the Rot (DC/Vertigo)
    • The Parliament of Decay
  • The Impure King (Blue Exorcist)
  • The Impure Princess (Blue Exorcist)

Tabletop Game

  • Moander (Forgotten Realms)
  • Nurgle (Warhammer 40k)



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