The power to
separate an object, energy, or person into multiple pieces. Opposite to Reforming.
User can use this power in two ways: if used on a non-living object or energy, it will be separated into multiple pieces as if a net-like laser slashed through it. If used on a living being, the being will be separated into smaller versions of themselves. User is able to reverse the effects if they choose to do so.
Transform enemies into smaller versions of themselves.
Breakdown objects into their original components (i.e. turn a house into a pile of lumber and nails)
Cannot directly harm living beings.
Can still be hit by disassembled debris.
Users of Reforming can undo the process.
Gwen's Spellbook ( Ben 10)
Power Rings ( DC Comics)
Bara Bara no Mi ( One Piece)
Beri Beri no Mi ( One Piece)
Ope Ope no Mi ( One Piece)
Frontier Virus ( Outlanders)
Renji's (Bleach) Bankai Hihiō Zabimaru can be separated and then rejoined at any moment.
John Stewart (DC Comics) dissembling Amon Sur's lasergun.
Janemba (Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn) using
Bunkai Teleport to disassemble his own body via teleportation.
Max Eisenhardt/Magneto (Marvel Comics) uses his magnetic powers to disassemble gun.
Cable (Marvel Comics) using his Tk to disassemble weapons.
Stryfe (Marvel Comics) using TK to painfully disassemble Bishop's robotic arm.
Ero, The Other (Marvel Comics)
Buggy (One Piece) can disassemble himself thanks to the
Bara Bara no Mi.
Very Good (One Piece) disassemble himself into floating orbs due to his
Beri Beri no Mi.
By using his ROOM technique, Trafalgar Water D. Law (One Piece) creates a spherical space around his targets, in which he can manipulate anything he wants in a variety of ways.
Gildarts (Fairy Tail) using
Disassembly Magic on Natsu's fireball.
Swarm (Skylander Giant) can disassemble into a... Swarm of Bees.
Setsuna Tokage (My Hero Academia) Using her Quirk, Lizard Tail Splitter