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* Zest (''Testament of a New Sister Devil'')
 
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* Belial (''Judeo-Christianity'')
 
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Latest revision as of 14:03, December 15, 2018

The power to manipulate demonic earth of Hell. Combination of Demonic Force Manipulation and Earth Manipulation. Variation of Demonic Element Manipulation. Opposite to Divine Earth Manipulation. Not to be confused with Black Earth Manipulation.

Also CalledEdit

  • Corrupt Earth Manipulation
  • Cursed Earth Manipulation
  • Demonic Earth Manipulation
  • Evil Earth Manipulation
  • Hellish Earth Manipulation
  • Inferna-Geokinesis
  • Malevolent Earth Manipulation
  • Sinful Earth Manipulation
  • Unholy Earth Manipulation

CapabilitiesEdit

The user can create, shape and manipulate earth derived from the deepest pits of Hell, sporting the capability to destroy nearly anything it strikes with absolute malevolent intent. In addition, demonic earth is capable of inflicting excruciating pain; both physically and spiritually tormenting the victim, has the potential to corrupt one's soul, and is very effective against the holiest of supernaturals, such as angels. More powerful users can even ultimately summon/resurrect/create evil spirits, elemental entities and/or demons from Hell.

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LimitationsEdit

  • Countered by Divine Earth Manipulation
  • Distance, mass, precision, etc. depend upon of the knowledge, skill, and strength of the user, and their power's natural limits.
  • May corrupt user.

Known UsersEdit

  • Zest (Testament of a New Sister Devil)
  • Asag (Mesopotamian Mythology)
  • Belial (Judeo-Christianity)
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