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*Harvey Dent/Two-Face (''DC Comics'')
 
*Harvey Dent/Two-Face (''DC Comics'')
 
*Raven (''DC Comics''); must meditate daily to keep her emotions and powers in check.
 
*Raven (''DC Comics''); must meditate daily to keep her emotions and powers in check.
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*The Batman Who Laughs (''DC Comics''); relies on his visor to keep him anchored to the Multiverse
 
*Vandal Savage (''DC Comics'')
 
*Vandal Savage (''DC Comics'')
 
*Johann Kraus (''Hellboy/BPRD'')
 
*Johann Kraus (''Hellboy/BPRD'')
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*Omega Red (''Marvel Comics'')
 
*Omega Red (''Marvel Comics'')
 
*Black Tom Cassidy (''Marvel Comics'')
 
*Black Tom Cassidy (''Marvel Comics'')
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*Shocker (''Marvel Comics'')
 
*Skips (''Regular Show'')
 
*Skips (''Regular Show'')
 
* Sassy the Sasquatch (''The Big Lez Show'')
 
* Sassy the Sasquatch (''The Big Lez Show'')
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*Rea Sanka (''Sankarea'')
 
*Rea Sanka (''Sankarea'')
 
*The Crystal Alter Form (''s-CRY-ed'')
 
*The Crystal Alter Form (''s-CRY-ed'')
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*[https://yakusokunoneverland.fandom.com/wiki/Demons Demons] Must eat humans in order to maintain their human like traits. (''Yakusoku no Neverland'')
 
*[[w:c:strike-the-blood:Kojou Akatsuki|Kojō Akatsuki]] (''Strike the Blood'')
 
*[[w:c:strike-the-blood:Kojou Akatsuki|Kojō Akatsuki]] (''Strike the Blood'')
   
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Mr. Freeze.jpg|Mr. Freeze (DC Comics) must be kept at sub-zero temperatures to survive.
 
Mr. Freeze.jpg|Mr. Freeze (DC Comics) must be kept at sub-zero temperatures to survive.
 
Two face.jpg|Two-Face (DC Comics) mostly relies on his coin to make his decisions.
 
Two face.jpg|Two-Face (DC Comics) mostly relies on his coin to make his decisions.
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Tbwl ash under my feet.jpg|The Batman Who Laughs (DC Comics) relies on his dark metal visor to keep himself tethered to the Multiverse and thus allow himself to exist outside the Dark Multiverse.
 
Johann_Kraus.jpg|Due to his lack of a physical body, Johann Kraus (Hellboy/BPRD) must wear a special [[Power Suit|containment suit]] or his [[Ectoplasm Manipulation|ectoplasmic form]] will fade out of existence.
 
Johann_Kraus.jpg|Due to his lack of a physical body, Johann Kraus (Hellboy/BPRD) must wear a special [[Power Suit|containment suit]] or his [[Ectoplasm Manipulation|ectoplasmic form]] will fade out of existence.
 
Iron Man.jpg|Tony Stark/Iron Man (Marvel Comics) depends on an arc reactor in his chest to prevent shrapnel lodged in his body from entering his heart and killing him.
 
Iron Man.jpg|Tony Stark/Iron Man (Marvel Comics) depends on an arc reactor in his chest to prevent shrapnel lodged in his body from entering his heart and killing him.
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250px-Human Torch.png|Johnny Storm/The Human Torch (Marvel Comics) needs to wear a special suit that is immune to fire because normal clothes will be burnt when he self-combusts.
 
250px-Human Torch.png|Johnny Storm/The Human Torch (Marvel Comics) needs to wear a special suit that is immune to fire because normal clothes will be burnt when he self-combusts.
 
Thomas Cassidy (Earth-616).jpg|In order to use his Bio-Organic Thermokinetic Blasts, Black Tom Cassidy (Marvel Comics) requires a wooden object to focus them through, such as his shillelagh.
 
Thomas Cassidy (Earth-616).jpg|In order to use his Bio-Organic Thermokinetic Blasts, Black Tom Cassidy (Marvel Comics) requires a wooden object to focus them through, such as his shillelagh.
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Herman Schultz - Shocker New Thunderbolts Vol 1 8 Textless.jpg|Herman Schultz/Shocker (Marvel Comics) designed his costume to withstand the effects of his own Vibration Gauntlets for his own safety as the recoil effect can cause bodily harm, and possibly death without it.
 
Hiccup-Toothless-how-to-train-your-dragon-9626230-2000-850.jpg|Toothless (How to Train Your Dragon) needs Hiccup to stabilize his new modified tail to fly.
 
Hiccup-Toothless-how-to-train-your-dragon-9626230-2000-850.jpg|Toothless (How to Train Your Dragon) needs Hiccup to stabilize his new modified tail to fly.
 
File:Werecats_(Zombie_Island).png|The Werecats (Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island) need to drain life-force from victims every harvest moon.
 
File:Werecats_(Zombie_Island).png|The Werecats (Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island) need to drain life-force from victims every harvest moon.
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Quarians.jpg|Quarians (Mass Effect) are dependent on specialized environmental suits because of their near-nonexistent immune systems.
 
Quarians.jpg|Quarians (Mass Effect) are dependent on specialized environmental suits because of their near-nonexistent immune systems.
 
RaidenRising.jpg|As his new cyborg body lacks self-repair units of its own, Raiden (Metal Gear) must periodically steal fuel cells and batteries from other robots and cyborgs to recharge and heal.
 
RaidenRising.jpg|As his new cyborg body lacks self-repair units of its own, Raiden (Metal Gear) must periodically steal fuel cells and batteries from other robots and cyborgs to recharge and heal.
BB Corps.jpg|Due in part to their severe psychological trauma, the members of the Beauty and the Beast Unit (Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots) can only survive outside of their suits for a few minutes.
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File:Beauty_Beast_Unit_(MetalGear).jpg|Due in part to their severe psychological trauma, the members of the Beauty and the Beast Unit (Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots) can only survive outside of their suits for a few minutes.
 
Python MGS.jpg|After losing his body's ability to regulate temperature, Python (Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops) must wear a special cooling suit filled with liquid nitrogen or risk being literally burned alive from the inside out.
 
Python MGS.jpg|After losing his body's ability to regulate temperature, Python (Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops) must wear a special cooling suit filled with liquid nitrogen or risk being literally burned alive from the inside out.
 
File:Samus_Arm_Cannon.jpg|Samus Aran (Metroid) depends on her Power Suit to fight aliens.
 
File:Samus_Arm_Cannon.jpg|Samus Aran (Metroid) depends on her Power Suit to fight aliens.
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Joshua.png|Joshua (No Ordinary Family) requires special injections not only to retain his powers, but to stay alive.
 
Joshua.png|Joshua (No Ordinary Family) requires special injections not only to retain his powers, but to stay alive.
 
Dr. Dayton King.jpg|Like Joshua, Dr. Dayton King (No Ordinary Family) needs the serum to keep himself alive as well as to resist the cancer he had 18 years ago.
 
Dr. Dayton King.jpg|Like Joshua, Dr. Dayton King (No Ordinary Family) needs the serum to keep himself alive as well as to resist the cancer he had 18 years ago.
113774-darth_vader.jpg|After being severely burned on Mustafar, Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader (Star Wars) was placed into a mobile life support unit to sustain his life.
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Darth Vader.JPG|After being severely burned on Mustafar, Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader (Star Wars) was placed into a mobile life support unit to sustain his life.
 
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[[Category:Power Sustainment]]
 
[[Category:Power Sustainment]]
 
[[Category:Galleries]]
 
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Latest revision as of 17:07, June 24, 2020

The circumstance in which the user is dependent on the regular usage of drugs, devices, etc. to control/retain their powers, stay cognizant, or even to remain alive. Variation of Affinity and Aversion. Opposite to Self Sufficiency and Self-Sustenance.

Also CalledEdit

  • Life Dependency
  • Power Dependency
  • Superhuman Dependency

CapabilitiesEdit

The user is forced to regularly use something, such as drugs, devices, species, structures, elements, etc. to perform certain tasks in order, remain alive and/or to retain/control their powers.

AssociationsEdit

LimitationsEdit

Known UsersEdit

Comics/Cartoons

  • Roger's alien species (American Dad)
  • NRG (Ben 10)
  • Michael Morningstar/Darkstar (Ben 10 series)
  • Al Ghul Family (DC Comics); require use of the Lazarus Pit to regain their youth.
    • Ra's al Ghul
    • Talia al Ghul
    • Nyssa Raatko
    • The Sensei
  • Bane (DC Comics)
  • Mr. Freeze (DC Comics)
  • Harvey Dent/Two-Face (DC Comics)
  • Raven (DC Comics); must meditate daily to keep her emotions and powers in check.
  • The Batman Who Laughs (DC Comics); relies on his visor to keep him anchored to the Multiverse
  • Vandal Savage (DC Comics)
  • Johann Kraus (Hellboy/BPRD)
  • Toothless (How to Train Your Dragon)
  • Violet Parr (The Incredibles)
  • Galactus (Marvel Comics)
  • Morbius the Living Vampire (Marvel Comics)
  • Nina Pryce (Marvel Comics)
  • Sauron (Marvel Comics)
  • Susan Storm/Invisible Woman (Marvel Comics)
  • The Human Torch (Marvel Comics)
  • Tony Stark/Iron Man (Marvel Comics); requires his arc-reactor in order to keep metal from reaching his heart and killing him.
  • Omega Red (Marvel Comics)
  • Black Tom Cassidy (Marvel Comics)
  • Shocker (Marvel Comics)
  • Skips (Regular Show)
  • Sassy the Sasquatch (The Big Lez Show)
  • Werecats (Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island); need to drain life-force from victims.
    • Simone Lenoir
    • Lena Dupree
    • Jacques
  • Vampirella (Vampirella)
  • Chase Young (Xiaolin Showdown); via Lao Mang Lone Soup

Television/Movies

  • Amata Sora (Aquarion Evol); originally
  • Angel (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
  • Spike (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
  • Glory (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
  • Reapers (Blade II)
  • Max Guevara (Dark Angel)
  • Abe Sapien (Hellboy)
  • Darien Fawkes (The Invisible Man)
  • Mason Eckhart (Mutant X)
  • Joshua (No Ordinary Family)
  • Dr. Dayton King (No Ordinary Family)
  • Pied Piper (Sarah Jane Adventures)
  • Darth Vader (Star Wars)
  • Sam Winchester (Supernatural); needed to consume demon blood to maintain his demon powers
  • Monsters (Supernatural); feeding on humans keep them from starvation

Manga/Anime

  • Bounts (Bleach)
  • Saya Otonashi (Blood+)
  • Febrie (A Certain Scientific Railgun)
  • Prisoners at Deadman Wonderland (Deadman Wonderland); must eat candy once every three days to prevent being poisoned
  • Dr. Gero and Android 19 (Dragon Ball Z)
  • Utsuro (Gintama)
  • Kouka (Gintama)
  • Koyori (Hand Shakers)
  • Alucard (Hellsing)
  • Kikyo (InuYasha)
  • Eclipse Virus Infectees (Nanoha)
  • Sora (No Game No Life)
  • Shiro (No Game No Life)
  • Bartholomew Kuma (One Piece)
  • Yume Hasegawa (Pupa); must eat her brother's flesh to stay calm
  • Shinnosuke (Ranma 1/2)
  • Mizore Shirayuki (Rosario + Vampire)
  • Rea Sanka (Sankarea)
  • The Crystal Alter Form (s-CRY-ed)
  • Demons Must eat humans in order to maintain their human like traits. (Yakusoku no Neverland)
  • Kojō Akatsuki (Strike the Blood)

Video Games

  • Demigods (Asura's Wrath)
  • Frank West (Dead Rising)
  • Clear (Final Fantasy Unlimited)
  • Conduits (inFAMOUS series); must drain sources of the element they control to keep their powers ready to use
  • Raziel (Legacy of Kain)
  • Quarians (Mass Effect)
  • Volus (Mass Effect)
  • Raiden (Metal Gear Solid)
  • The Beauty and the Beast Unit (Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots)
  • Python (Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops)
  • Samus Aran (Metroid)
  • Talion (Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor)
  • Shang Tsung (Mortal Kombat)
  • Kabal (Mortal Kombat)
  • Drahmin (Mortal Kombat)
  • Sauron (Primal Rage)
  • Albert Wesker (Resident Evil)
  • Arpeggio (Sly Cooper)

Literature

  • Reki (Aria the Scarlet Ammo)
  • Yoshino (Date A Live)
  • Count Dracula (Dracula)
  • Elric of Melniboné (Elric Saga)
  • Voldemort (Harry Potter)
  • Nicolas Flamel (Harry Potter)
  • Perenell Flamel (Harry Potter)

Other

  • Jian (Chinese Mythology)
  • Vampires (Various Media); need to drink blood
  • Teclis (Warhammer); Teclis is sickly and frail and has to regularly drink special elixirs in order to even stand up

Known ObjectsEdit

GalleryEdit

Cartoons/ComicsEdit

Anime/MangaEdit

LiteratureEdit

Video GamesEdit

Live Television/MoviesEdit

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