"That's not going to work. I'm a conductor." ― Chromastone (Ben 10: Alien Force)
The ability to
be electrically conductive. Sub-power of Electricity Manipulation. Variation of Selective Invulnerability.
The user can conduct electricity through their bodies, created or not, making them totally invulnerable to electricity, no matter the voltage. They can also discharge electricity through conductive media (metal, water, etc.).
Thunderbolts of Zeus (
Marvel Comics) Goro Goro no Mi ( One Piece)
Gwen Raiden (Angel) inadvertently conducts electricity through a toy car.
Iroh (Avatar: the Last Airbender)
the method of absorption and redirection of lightning which allows him to redirect natural lightning.
Hei (Darker than Black) can conduct and discharge electricity through everything except air and concrete.
Kid Buu (Dragon Ball Z) conducts electricity through his arm to attack Vegeta.
Hellboy (Hellboy/BPRD) conducting electricity through his body to destroy the hellhound Samael.
Sandra (Los Protegidos) has this ability.
Lambo (Katekyo Hitman Reborn), after using the 10 year bazooka twice, is able to reverse any electrical attack used against him.
Colonel Volgin (Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater) conducting electricity across the floor.
Nora Valkyrie (RWBY) conducts electricity through her body and uses it to enhance her physical strength.
By absorbing the properties of a battery, Yooka (Yooka-Laylee) becomes electrically conductive, allowing him to power up electric-operated doors and machines.
Cassie and Adam (The Secret Circle) pass the energy through their bodies to light up the light bulb
Phantom Virus (Scooby Doo and the Cyber Chase)
10,000 Volt Ghost (Scooby-Doo)
Johnny Ohm (Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects)
Brainstorm (Ben 10 Alien Force, Ultimate Alien)
Dr. Viktor (Ben 10, Ben 10 UA)
AmpFibian (Ben 10: Ultimate Alien)
Gemini/Gemini Spark (Mega Man Franchise)
Crown/Crown Thunder (Mega Man Franchise)
Elecman (Mega Man Franchise)
SparkMan (Mega Man Franchise)
Rage Shenron (Dragon Ball GT)
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