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"Your just picking and choosing elements from different stories. You can't even settle on what character!"
― Tsuruoka (Love Tyrant)

The ability to duplicate and combine any power, technique, skill and trait of fictional or nonexistent characters. Technique of Fiction Manipulation. Not to be confused with Fictional Empowerment and Fictional Transformation.

Also Called

  • Crossover Replication
  • Dimension Duplication
  • Fantasy Impersonation
  • Reality Cosplay
  • Supernatural Cosplay
  • The Template (Wild Arms)
  • Transcending Cosplay

Capabilities

The user can duplicate and combine any power, technique, skill and trait of fictional or nonexistent characters in the media or fictional works such as TV Show characters. For example user can learn and perform the Kamehameha (Dragon Ball series) in real life or copy the powers of The Beyonder (Marvel Comics) or even mix the powers of many characters and use it according to the users will giving the user the ability to be any character from Superman to Mother of Existence or even a mixture of both. 

Applications

Variations

Associations

Limitations

  • Replications of powers are limited to the knowledge the user possesses about fictional characters.
  • Inexperienced users may also possess character's personality and/or weaknesses.
  • User cannot summon, manipulate or create characters only mimic their powers.
  • User may not be able to mimic radically different physiology.
  • Users cannot obtain/mimic Omnipotence.
  • Cannot cosplay real people.

Trivia

  • User can replicate and combine fictional skills, attacks and even physiologies from multiple universes. For example, mixing fictional attacks such as Amaterasu (Naruto) and Spirit Bomb (Dragon Ball) or become a hybrid based on two different universes for example a Kryptonian Saiyan.

Known Users

  • Chaos (Aladdin: The Animated Series)
  • Tsumugi Shirogane (Danganronpa)
  • Genie (Disney's Aladdin)
  • Avery Mann/Everyman (The Simpsons)

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