The power to
infuse electricity into objects (usually a weapon), beings or powers. Sub-power of Electricity Attacks. Variation of Elemental Infusion and Energy Infusion.
The user can infuse objects (usually a weapon), beings or powers with electricity, empowering and energizing them and allowing the user to manipulate their qualities and efficiency and use electricity in various ways to attack.
Shock Gloves ( Batman: Arkham Origins)
Bolt Paper ( Bloodborne)
Lightning Bomb ( Bomberman 64: The Second Attack)
Sunlight Blade/ Lightning Blade ( Dark Souls series)
Gold Pine Resin ( Dark Souls series)
Boltstone/Lightning Gem ( )
Dark Souls II/ Dark Souls III Gold Pine Bundle ( Dark Souls III)
Levin Sword ( Fire Emblem)
Raijinto ( Fire Emblem Fates)
Quarryman Hammer ( Gargoyles)
Dragon Teeth ( God of War)
Sukuna's scythe ( K Project)
Ilia's Whip ( RWBY)
Sword of Tengu ( Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
Thor Odinson (Marvel Comics)
Lightning (Final Fantasy)
Claudette Vance (Queen's Blade)
Jay (Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu) The Ninja of Lightning
Misaka Mikoto (A Certain Magical Index/A Certain Scientific Railgun) imbuing electricity into a coin.
Luigi (Super Mario Bros.) infusing a soccer ball with electricity.
Lightning Bomb (Bomberman 64: The Second Attack)
Nappa (Dragon Ball Z) using
Lightning Aura to infuse his body with electricity, greatly enhancing his strength, speed, and techniques
Omega Shenron (Dragon Ball GT) infuses his back spikes with electricity using the
Dragon Thunder attack.
Robin (Fire Emblem/Super Smash Bros.) can use the Levin Sword to produce lightning on itself for a powerful slash attack.
Trafalgar D. Water Law (One Piece) using
Radio Knife to add an electrical discharge onto his sword.
Cole MacGrath (inFAMOUS) channels his electrical powers into the Amp.
Donkey Kong (Donkey Kong/Super Smash Bros.) uses the
Lightning Punch to infuse his fist with electricity.
Batman (Batman: Arkham Origins) uses the Shock Gloves to infuse his fists with electricity.
Infernape (Pokémon) using
Thunder Punch to infuse its fist with electricity.
The Sword of Tengu (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) is crafted from Utrom metal and attached to a handle that electrifies it.
Gilthunder (The Seven Deadly Sins) infusing a spear with lightning.
Denjin Renki, Ryu (Street Fighter) is able to infuse several of his special moves with electricity.
Sly Cooper (Sly Cooper) uses the
Voltage Attack to electrify his cane.
Murray (Sly Cooper) using his
Licks of Lightning.
Using the Balance Emblem, Kain (Legacy of Kain) infuses the Reaver with lightning.
The Quarrymen (Gargoyles) wield large hammers that can carry electrical charges, capable of destroying gargoyles in their
Trish (Devil May Cry) infusing her feet with electricity.
Ilia Amitola (RWBY) uses a whip infused with electricity.
Ryoma (Fire Emblem Fates) wielding
Raijinto, a katana infused with the power of lightning.
Future Leonardo (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Mirage) wields a custom-made carbon bokken that he can infuse with his own bio-electricity.
Galen Marek/Starkiller (Star Wars: The Force Unleashed) infusing his lightsaber with Force lightning.
El Jefe (Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time) infusing his swords with lightning.
After slaying the dragon Hraelyr, Kratos (God of War) used one of his teeth to infuse Atreus' bow with its electrical power, allowing him to fire lightning arrows.
Thunder Shoot, Rouge the Bat (Sonic Heroes) infuses her teammates with electrical power.
Demise (The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword) calls down lightning to infuse his sword.
Link (The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword) takes advantage of Demise's lightning storm to infuse the Master Sword.
Lucina (Fire Emblem Warriors)
Hydro (Mortal Kombat: Legacy) conducting electricity around his arms and fists.