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|Box title = Food Empowerment
 
|Box title = Food Empowerment
 
|image = file:popeye.jpg
 
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|caption = Popeye can obtain virtually any power by eating spinach
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|caption = By eating spinach, Popeye (Popeye) gains sufficient strength to perform any superhuman ability.
|Row 1 title =mPower/Ability to:
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|Row 1 info = Become superhuman through food consumption.
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|Row 1 info = Gain strength from food.}}
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{{Quote|What you eat defines your condition, physique and personality. It builds the whole human body.|Emporio Ivankov, One Piece}}
The ability to '''gain physical power by consuming food'''.
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The power to '''gain strength from food'''. Technique of [[Food Manipulation]]. Variation of [[Organic Empowerment]] and [[Consumption Empowerment]].
   
 
==Also Called==
 
==Also Called==
 
*Food Affinity
 
*Food Affinity
   
==Capability==
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==Capabilities==
Users of this ability can become superhuman for a time, by eating food. The user would gain superhuman capabilities like enhanced strength.
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Users become stronger, faster, more durable, etc. by eating, possibly unlocking abilities related to the affinity and enhancing the existing powers. While many users, by food's very nature, are able to draw complete sustenance from it, some users may even be able to slow or stop aging.
   
==Application==
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==Applications==
*[[Enhanced Agility]]
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*[[Decelerated Aging]]/[[Semi-Immortality]]
*[[Enhanced Combat]]
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*[[Enhanced Condition]] or [[Supernatural Condition]]
*[[Enhanced Dexterity]]
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**[[Enhanced Durability]]
*[[Enhanced Durability]]
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**[[Enhanced Stamina|Enhanced]]/[[Supernatural Stamina]]
*[[Enhanced Endurance]]
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**[[Enhanced Strength|Enhanced]]/[[Supernatural Strength]]
*[[Enhanced Reflexes]]
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**[[Regenerative Healing Factor]]/[[Supernatural Regeneration]]
*[[Enhanced Regeneration]]
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*[[Metabolization]]
*[[Enhanced Senses]]
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*[[Self-Power Augmentation]]
*[[Enhanced Speed]]
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*[[Self-Sustenance]]
*[[Enhanced Strength]]
 
   
==Technique==
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==Variations==
*'''"Sugar Empowerment"''': The user gains physical power by consuming sugar and products containing sugar.
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*[[Drink Empowerment]]
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*[[Fruit/Vegetable Empowerment]]
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*[[Sugar Empowerment]]
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==Associations==
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*[[Consumption Empowerment]]
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*[[Consumption Healing]]
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*[[Food Augmentation]]
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*[[Food Manipulation]]
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*[[Organic Empowerment]]
   
 
==Limitations==
 
==Limitations==
*The amount consumed may determine how long the effects lasts
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*The amount consumed may determine how long the effects lasts.
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*May be limited to certain foods, other types might even weaken the user.
   
 
==Known Users==
 
==Known Users==
*Popeye (''Popeye The Sailor Man'')
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''See Also: [https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/PowerUpFood Power Up Food]''.
*Four Heavenly Kings (''Toriko'')
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*Bishokukai (''Toriko'')
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===Cartoons===
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*Trumbipulor (''Ben 10 Franchise''); via peanuts
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*Upchuck (''Ben 10 Franchise''); via inorganic matter
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*Captain Underpants (''Captain Underpants''); via toxic leftovers
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*Mighty Ray (''Hero 108''); via bananas
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*Bugs Bunny as Super-Rabbit (''Looney Tunes''); via carrots
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*Kwamis (''Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir'')
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*Motu (''Motu Patlu''); via Samosas
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*Theo (''Nutri Ventures'')
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*Popeye (''Popeye The Sailor Man''); via spinach
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*Pac-Man (''Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures''); via Power Berries
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*Robin (''Teen Titans Go!'') via avocados
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===Comics===
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*The Collector (''Chew''); via Spinach
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*Bananaman (''DC Thomson''); via Bananas
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*Todd Ingram (''Scott Pilgrim''); via a vegan diet
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===Live Television===
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*Sportacus (''LazyTown''); via sports candy
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===Manga/Anime===
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*Skuld (''Ah! My Goddess''); via ice cream
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*Sana (''Alice & Zoroku'')
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*Goku (''Dragon Ball'')
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*Turles (''Dragon Ball''); via Fruit from the Tree of Might
 
*Beth (''Fairy Tail'')
 
*Beth (''Fairy Tail'')
*Wario-Man (''WarioWare, Inc./Super Smash Bros. Brawl'')
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*Flint Hammerhead (''Flint the Time Detective'')
*Monkey D. Luffy (''One Piece'')
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*Lionel (''Isekai Shokudo''); via Katsudon
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*Kinnikuman (''Kinnikuman'')
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*Tamaki Amajiki (''My Hero Academia'')
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*Satsuki Yotsuba (''Negima'')
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*Monkey D. Luffy (''One Piece''); via meat
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*Amon Patricia (''There's a Demon Lord in the Floor'')
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*Gourmet Corps./Bishokukai (''Toriko'')
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*Four Heavenly Kings (''Toriko'')
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*Gourmet Demons (''Toriko'')
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===Video Games===
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*Bonk (''Bonk's Adventure'')
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*Wolfgang (''Don't Starve'')
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*Umaro (''Final Fantasy VI''); via Green Cherry
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*Player (''Growtopia''); via consumables
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*Kirby (''Kirby Franchise'')
 
*Mario (''Mario Series'')
 
*Mario (''Mario Series'')
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*Pac-Man (''Pac-Man Franchise''); via Power Pellets
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*Fighters (''Super Smash Bros. series'') via Food
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*Ringo (''Touhou Project''); via dango
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*Heavy (''Team Fortress 2''); via Sandwich
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*Wario (''WarioWare series''); via garlic}}
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== Known Objects ==
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* Fruit of the Tree of Might (''Dragon Ball'')
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* Sacred Water (''Dragon Ball'')
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* Ultra Divine Water (''Dragon Ball'')
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* Yemma Fruit (''Dragon Ball)''
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* [http://fairlyoddparents.wikia.com/wiki/Magic_Muffin Magic Muffin] (''The Fairly OddParents'')
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* Stamina Soup (''Negima'')
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* Attack Cuisine (''One Piece'')
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* Hero Water (''One Piece'')
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* Power Pellets (''Pac-Man series'')
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* Kyuten Gelatin (''Release the Spyce'')
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* Spice (''Release the Spyce'')
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
 
<gallery>
 
<gallery>
Wario-Man.png|Wario can become Wario-Man by eating garlic.
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Tikki.png|Tikki (Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir) acts as a power source for the Ladybug Miraculous, being able to refuel by ingesting cookies.
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Plagg Miraculous Ladybug Kwami.png|Plagg (Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir) acts as a power source for the Cat Miraculous, being able to refuel by ingesting Camembert cheese.
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Todd Ingram.png|As a vegan, Todd Ingram (Scott Pilgrim) is embued with nearly unstoppable psychic powers. Should he stray from his vegan diet, he loses his powers.
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Wario-Man.png|Wario (WarioWare series) can become Wario-Man by eating garlic.
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File:Sanji_cooking_sea_pork_offal_soup.gif|Sea Pork Offal Soup (One Piece) is one of the 99 dishes of the Attack Cuisine that vastly enhances the constitution of the consumers.
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Lionel_first_eats_Katsudon.gif|Lionel (Isekai Shokudou) became strong enough to become a gladiator champion by weekly consuming Katsudon in the Nekoya Restaurant.
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Underpants.jpg|Captain Underpants (Captain Underpants) gained his powers by consuming a highly toxic mix of cafeteria leftovers.
 
</gallery>
 
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[[Category:Magical Abilities]]
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[[Category:Supernatural Powers]]
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[[Category:Personal Physical Powers]]
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[[Category:Empowerments]]
 
[[Category:Enhancements]]
 
[[Category:Enhancements]]
 
[[Category:Organic Manipulation]]
 
[[Category:Organic Manipulation]]
[[Category:Empowerments]]
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[[Category:Manipulations]]
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[[Category:Magical Powers]]
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[[Category:Affinity]]
[[Category:Magical Arts]]
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[[Category:Food-Based powers]]
[[Category:Fighting Power]]
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Latest revision as of 21:07, June 15, 2020

"What you eat defines your condition, physique and personality. It builds the whole human body."
― Emporio Ivankov, One Piece

The power to gain strength from food. Technique of Food Manipulation. Variation of Organic Empowerment and Consumption Empowerment.

Also CalledEdit

  • Food Affinity

CapabilitiesEdit

Users become stronger, faster, more durable, etc. by eating, possibly unlocking abilities related to the affinity and enhancing the existing powers. While many users, by food's very nature, are able to draw complete sustenance from it, some users may even be able to slow or stop aging.

ApplicationsEdit

VariationsEdit

AssociationsEdit

LimitationsEdit

  • The amount consumed may determine how long the effects lasts.
  • May be limited to certain foods, other types might even weaken the user.

Known UsersEdit

See Also: Power Up Food.

Cartoons

  • Trumbipulor (Ben 10 Franchise); via peanuts
  • Upchuck (Ben 10 Franchise); via inorganic matter
  • Captain Underpants (Captain Underpants); via toxic leftovers
  • Mighty Ray (Hero 108); via bananas
  • Bugs Bunny as Super-Rabbit (Looney Tunes); via carrots
  • Kwamis (Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir)
  • Motu (Motu Patlu); via Samosas
  • Theo (Nutri Ventures)
  • Popeye (Popeye The Sailor Man); via spinach
  • Pac-Man (Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures); via Power Berries
  • Robin (Teen Titans Go!) via avocados

Comics

  • The Collector (Chew); via Spinach
  • Bananaman (DC Thomson); via Bananas
  • Todd Ingram (Scott Pilgrim); via a vegan diet

Live Television

  • Sportacus (LazyTown); via sports candy

Manga/Anime

  • Skuld (Ah! My Goddess); via ice cream
  • Sana (Alice & Zoroku)
  • Goku (Dragon Ball)
  • Turles (Dragon Ball); via Fruit from the Tree of Might
  • Beth (Fairy Tail)
  • Flint Hammerhead (Flint the Time Detective)
  • Lionel (Isekai Shokudo); via Katsudon
  • Kinnikuman (Kinnikuman)
  • Tamaki Amajiki (My Hero Academia)
  • Satsuki Yotsuba (Negima)
  • Monkey D. Luffy (One Piece); via meat
  • Amon Patricia (There's a Demon Lord in the Floor)
  • Gourmet Corps./Bishokukai (Toriko)
  • Four Heavenly Kings (Toriko)
  • Gourmet Demons (Toriko)

Video Games

  • Bonk (Bonk's Adventure)
  • Wolfgang (Don't Starve)
  • Umaro (Final Fantasy VI); via Green Cherry
  • Player (Growtopia); via consumables
  • Kirby (Kirby Franchise)
  • Mario (Mario Series)
  • Pac-Man (Pac-Man Franchise); via Power Pellets
  • Fighters (Super Smash Bros. series) via Food
  • Ringo (Touhou Project); via dango
  • Heavy (Team Fortress 2); via Sandwich
  • Wario (WarioWare series); via garlic

Known Objects Edit

  • Fruit of the Tree of Might (Dragon Ball)
  • Sacred Water (Dragon Ball)
  • Ultra Divine Water (Dragon Ball)
  • Yemma Fruit (Dragon Ball)
  • Magic Muffin (The Fairly OddParents)
  • Stamina Soup (Negima)
  • Attack Cuisine (One Piece)
  • Hero Water (One Piece)
  • Power Pellets (Pac-Man series)
  • Kyuten Gelatin (Release the Spyce)
  • Spice (Release the Spyce)

GalleryEdit

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