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*Ego (''The Venture Bros.'')
*Ego (''The Venture Bros.'')
*Pookie (''Futurama'')
*Pookie (''Futurama'')
*Yellow Diamond (''Steven Universe'')
*Blue Diamond (''Steven Universe'')

Revision as of 03:30, January 26, 2019

The power to become the embodiment of the Ego. Variation of Jungian Archetype Mimicry.

Also Called

  • Ego Mimicry/Physiology
  • Individualism Mimicry/Embodiment
  • Me/Myself/I
  • The Ego
  • The Individual


Users are or can either embody or transform into an Ego; the Freudian representation of the individual's existence in the world. In other words, the part of the mind that acknowledges individuality. In Sigmund Freud's theory, the Id (one's deepest, unfiltered desires) and the Superego (the part of the mind that places foreign factors like other people into consideration) insert suggestions to the Ego (one's own sense of identity). While the Id and the Superego are meant to tempt the Ego, the Ego is the one who ultimately decides which route to take.




  • User could have an inflated sense of self, making them cocky and easy to fool.

Known Users

See also:The Kirk


  • Ignatius Parrish (Horns)


  • Ignatius Parrish (Horns)


  • Ben Tennyson (Ben 10 series)
  • Ego (Duck Dodgers)
  • Little Mikey (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
  • Ego (The Venture Bros.)
  • Pookie (Futurama)
  • Yellow Diamond (Steven Universe)
  • Blue Diamond (Steven Universe)


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