The ability to
exhale/inhale with superhuman power. Sub-power of Breath Manipulation. Variation of Breath Powers.
The user can exhale gale-force winds or inhale air in order to generate a vortex of wind, can range from exhalation on par with gale-force winds to inhalation on par the power of a gravitational vortex. The user’s lungs are largely expansive and will take a long time to run out of air.
Demolition: Forcing structures to fall over by blowing them down.
Icing: Blowing hard enough to push all the hot air out of an area, putting out fires or freezing water.
Inhale: Breathing in deeply brings objects closer to the user. Machine-Gun: To spew objects out of their mouth like a bullet from a gun.
Might not work in the vacuum of space, underwater, and other environments.
Toxic gas can be blown away only if the user doesn't breath it in first.
Gustavus (The Adventures of Baron Munchausen)
Aang (Avatar: The Last Airbender)
Vortex (Danny Phantom) blowing Vlad away by blowing wind from his mouth.
Piccolo Daimao (Dragon Ball) firing rocks by blowing at them, with enough force to break Goku's limbs.
Majin Buu (Dragon Ball Z) blowing into a scrunched up handcuffs, sending it flying hard into the police chief's face.
Evil Buu (Dragon Ball Z) breathing so powerfully that he deflected Innocent Buu's
As the son of the North Wind, Bigby Wolf (Fables), the legendary Big Bad Wolf, is capable of unleashing gale-force breath when in his true giant wolf form.
Wendy Marvel (Fairy Tail)
Kirby (Kirby games) possesses very powerful breath abilities.
Gale Force (The Thundermans) is a Human Wind Tunnel, with her superpower is blowing a mighty wind, which she used to destroy an entire city by causing a corn tornado, or as she calls it, "cornado!"
Spark (Mighty Med) can blow things at a strong gust of wind from her mouth.
G-Girl (My Super Ex-Girlfriend)
Clark Kent (Smallville) clears a field with his super-breath.
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