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Three_Witches_001.jpg|The Three (DC Comics) aka: The Kindly Ones, The Hecatae, the Erinyes; the Fates; the Three Witches; the Norns; the Three-in-One; Moirae; Eumenides; the Furies; Parcae; Fortuna; the Charities.
 
Three_Witches_001.jpg|The Three (DC Comics) aka: The Kindly Ones, The Hecatae, the Erinyes; the Fates; the Three Witches; the Norns; the Three-in-One; Moirae; Eumenides; the Furies; Parcae; Fortuna; the Charities.
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Composite Superman's (DC Comics) Density Control.jpg|Composite Superman (DC Comics) possesses Star Boy and Light Less' destiny control.
 
Danzō Shimura (Naruto) Izanagi.gif|The ''Izanagi'' technique (Naruto) allows the user to control their state of existence, escaping unfavorable outcomes and rewriting the results. Thus they can alter their destinies.
 
Danzō Shimura (Naruto) Izanagi.gif|The ''Izanagi'' technique (Naruto) allows the user to control their state of existence, escaping unfavorable outcomes and rewriting the results. Thus they can alter their destinies.
 
File:Izanami_Explanation (Naruto).png|Due to the fate altering aspect being abused, ''Izanami'' (Naruto) was designed to ''decide'' fate, by trapping the abuser in an infinite loop, until they accept their fate and cease using it.
 
File:Izanami_Explanation (Naruto).png|Due to the fate altering aspect being abused, ''Izanami'' (Naruto) was designed to ''decide'' fate, by trapping the abuser in an infinite loop, until they accept their fate and cease using it.
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Fates (Disney Hercules).jpg|The Fates (Disney's Hercules)
 
Fates (Disney Hercules).jpg|The Fates (Disney's Hercules)
 
TH15Kishin.png|Sagume Kishin (Touhou Project) can reverse any situation by talking about it, causing the opposite of however she speaks about a situation/event to occur no matter what.
 
TH15Kishin.png|Sagume Kishin (Touhou Project) can reverse any situation by talking about it, causing the opposite of however she speaks about a situation/event to occur no matter what.
Scp 1440 by mckejml-d9chrxt.jpg|The Cards of Fate (SCP Foundation) are a set of playing cards SCP-1440 won from the Great Death that were capable of manipulating fate until SCP-1440 overused them to prevent several deadly conflicts (wars, revolutions, etc.), rendering them powerless.
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Scp 1440 by mckejml-d9chrxt.jpg|The Cards of Fate (SCP Foundation) are a set of playing cards SCP-1440 won from the Great Death that were capable of manipulating fate until SCP-1440 overused them to prevent several deadly conflicts (wars, revolutions, etc.), rendering them powerless.
 
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" I know what it's like to lose. To feel so desperately that you're right, yet to fail nonetheless. It's frightening, turns the legs to jelly. I ask you to what end? Dread it. Run from it. Destiny arrives all the same. And now it's here. Or should I say, I am."
― Thanos (Avengers: Infinity War)

The power to perceive and affect fate/destiny concerning people and events. Opposite to Freedom.

Also Called

  • Destiny Control
  • Fate Control/Manipulation
  • Predestination
  • Predetermination

Capabilities

User is able to perceive, shape and manipulate destiny allowing them to affect reality in several ways both overt and hidden. Many users have an object that is physical manifestation of this power, common forms being Book or Spindle and a cutting tool.

Applications

Variations

Associations

Limitations

  • User actions are likely bound in certain ways.
  • Prophecy Construction may counter this power.
  • Users of Freedom are unaffected by this power.

Known Users

See Also: Because Destiny Says So.

Mythology/Folklore

Comics

Manga/Anime

  • Vanessa Enoteca (Black Clove); via Rouge/Red Thread of Fate
  • Oginome Momoka (Mawaru Penguindrum)
  • Users of Izanagi and Izanami (Naruto)
  • Sul (Oban: Star Racers)
  • Slow (Karakuri Dôji Ultimo)
  • Drosselmeyer (Princess Tutu)
  • Souta Hatate (Kanojo ga Flag wo Oraretara)
  • Supreme Deity (Nanatsu no Taizai); via Perpetual Reincarnation Curse

Tabletop Games

  • Mages with the Fate Arcanum (Mage: the Awakening)
  • Mages using the Sphere of Entropy (Mage: the Ascension)
  • True Fae and Changelings (Changeling: the Lost)

Television

  • Atropos (Supernatural)
  • Bad Wolf (Doctor Who)
  • Angels of Destiny (Charmed)
  • Willow Rosenberg (Buffy, the Vampire Slayer)

Video Games

  • Sidereals (Exalted)
  • Remilia Scarlet (Touhou Project)
  • Sagume Kishin (Touhou Project)
  • Sisters of Fate (God of War)
  • Theresa (Fable Trilogy)
  • The Great Rabbit (Armed and Delirious)
  • Ithereal (Diablo)
  • The Force/Gentle Pull (Super Mario Galaxy)
  • Clutho (Valkyrie Crusade)
  • Lachesis (Valkyrie Crusade)
  • Atropos (Valkyrie Crusade)
  • The Fateless One (Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning)

Cartoons

  • Phasir (Aladdin)
  • The Fates (Disney's Hercules)
  • Mata Nui (Bionicle)

Literature

  • Fate (Discworld)
  • StarClan (Warriors)
  • Coil (Worm); to a limited degree

Other

Known Objects

  • The Destiny Stone (Aladdin: The Animated Series)
  • The Cards of Fate (SCP Foundation); formerly

Gallery

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