"There are many doors to Fantastica. There are other such magical books. A lot of people read them without noticing. It all depends on who lays hands on the book."
― Mr. Coreander (The Neverending Story)

The ability to use doors as portals to go anywhere. Sub-power of Door Manipulation and Spatial Manipulation. Variation of Portal Creation and Sympathetic Teleportation.

Also Called

  • Door/Gate Creation/Portals/Projection/Teleportation
  • Doorway/Gateway Creation/Portals/Projection/Teleportation


The user can use preexisting doors, gates, or any other structure used to open and close off an entrance, and use it to go anywhere in the world as long there is a door which they can use to exit. The inside of the door may look like a portal or the actual destination (such as the oval office in the user's closet). The user can turn these off and on, though it may be difficult to do at a inexperienced level. Once opened, anyone can enter the portal, not just the user so he does not have control who can enter or not.

Note that few users are able to create their own portals and thus eliminate the greatest weakness of this power.




  • May become trapped on the other side if the used door is destroyed.
  • Cannot create a door unless the user is a carpenter or has Door Manipulation
  • Has to be able to open the door they want to use, or at least do the physical movement to open it.
  • May not be able to manipulate the doors created by others.
  • May be limited to using certain types of doors/gates.

Known Users

  • Azmodan (Diablo)
  • EASY (Drifters)
  • Murasaki (Drifters)
  • Door (Neverwhere)
  • Janus (Roman Mythology)
  • Blueno (One Piece)
  • Scott and Ramona (Scott Pilgrim VS The World); via Subspace Doorway
  • Road Kamelot (D.Gray-man)
  • The Apprentice (Once Upon a Time)
  • Some programs (The Matrix)
  • Hat-wearing members of the Adjustment Bureau (The Adjustment Bureau)
  • Monsters (Monsters, Inc); via The Portal Doors
  • Soul Reapers (Bleach)
  • Arrancar (Bleach)
  • Holy Angemon (Digimon)
  • Ariel ( Marvel Comics)
  • Door Lords (Adventure Time)
  • Exorcists of the Vatican (Blue Exorcist); via portal key
  • Users of certain Dimension ÄRMs (Marchen Awakens Romance)
  • Shijou Momoka (Mahou Sensou)
  • Toru Suzuki (My Room has Become a Dungeon's Rest Area)
  • Merlin (Kingdom Hearts 2)
  • Alex (Twitches)
  • Camryn (Twitches); only with Alex
  • Miranda (Twitches)
  • Karsh (Twitches)
  • Louie (The Haunted Hathaways)
  • Palutena (Kid Icarus)
  • Viridi (Kid Icarus)
  • Discord (My Little Pony series); via Mentifery
  • Altair (Re:Creators)
  • Emilio (Sekainohate de Aimashou)
  • Okina Matara (Touhou Project)

Known Items

  • Portal key (Blue Exorcist)
  • Sanctum Santorum (Doctor Strange: The Sorcerer Supreme/Marvel Cinematic Universe)
  • Anywhere Door (Doraemon)
  • Zandora's Box (Dungeons & Dragons: The Animation)
  • Magic door (Howl's Moving Castle)
  • Gate of Dreams (Kilala Princess)
  • Magic Tiara (Kilala Princess)
  • Training Gate (Marchen Awakens Romance)
  • Doors (Monster Inc.)
  • Door to Glinda's Dimension (Once Upon a Time)
  • Door to the Well of Wonders (Once Upon a Time in Wonderland)
  • SCP-860 - Blue Key (SCP Foundation)
  • Guardian of Forever (Star Trek)
  • Iconian gateway (Star Trek: TNG)
  • Magic Potion (Super Mario Bros. 2)
  • The Unfound Door (The Dark Tower)
  • Treasure Planet Portal (Treasure Planet)
  • Magic Lamp (Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic)

Known Places

  • Western Restaurant Nekoya (Isekai Shokudou)
  • Infinite Staircase (Planescape)
  • Sigil (Planescape)
  • Temple of a Thousand Doors (The Neverending Story)
  • The Dream World (Yumekui Merry)
  • The Empty City (Fear Mythos)
  • Land of the Back Door (Touhou Project)


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