- Fungal Manipulation
- Fungus Control
The user can create, shape and manipulate fungi including yeasts and molds, as well as the mushrooms. They can cause fungi grow, move/attack or even rise from the soil and "walk", mutate fungi by rearranging DNA structure, etc.
- Fungal Attacks
- Fungal Constructs
- Fungal Generation
- Fungal Solidification
- Manipulate the properties of fungi.
- Rearrange the genetic structure in fungi, including creation of mutant fungi.
- Move/lift fungi.
- Omnilingualism with fungus.
- Disease Generation
- Fungus Magic
- Mold Manipulation
- Mushroom Manipulation
- Poison Manipulation
- Psychic Fungus Manipulation
- Spore Manipulation
- Decomposition Manipulation
- Food Manipulation limited to fungi and food that has been fermented using fungi/molds/yeast.
- Fungal Weaponry
- Organic Manipulation
- Rot Inducement
- May be unable to create fungus, being limited to manipulating only from already existing sources.
- May be only able to control certain types of fungi.
- May be limited on how many fungi or how long they can control them.
- Most fungi are rather fragile/vulnerable, unless the user can increase their durability/resistance.
- Miko (Battleborn)
- Mycelium (Ben 10)
- En Ringard (Black Clover)
- Kinoko Komori (Boku no Hero Academia)
- Poison Ivy (DC Comics)
- Avatars of The Grey (DC Comics)
- En, and by extension, Kai (Dorohedoro)
- Armil Rad Arbuscular (Gesellschaft Blume)
- Shippo (InuYasha)
- Cioccolata (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 5: Golden Wind/Vento Aureo)
- Jack (Marchen Awakens Romance)
- Creep (Marvel Comics)
- Musshuru (One Piece)
- Most Grass-type Pokémon (Pokémon)
- Eveline (Resident Evil)
- King of Dinohattan (Super Mario Bros. film)
- Morrigan Lugus (Supergod)
- Fungus Humongus (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles; 2012 TV series)
- Stankfoot (Zevo-3)
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