(Grass Generation Covers "Grass Knot")
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*Grass Dragon (''Breath of Fire IV'')
*Grass Dragon (''Breath of Fire IV'')
*[émon Grass-type] Pokémon (''Pokémon'')
*[émon Grass-type] Pokémon (''Pokémon'')
*Pokémon that can use "Grass Knot" (''Pokémon'')
*[ Grassy Wizard] (''Adventure Time'')
*[ Grassy Wizard] (''Adventure Time'')
*Fern (''Adventure Time'')
*Fern (''Adventure Time'')

Revision as of 20:43, December 29, 2017

The ability to manipulate grass. Variation of Plant Manipulation.

Also Called

  • Field Grass Manipulation
  • Grass Alteration/Control
  • Marsh Grass Manipulation


Users can create, control, shape and manipulate grass, including the "true grasses" of the Poaceae/Gramineae family (cereals, bamboo, the grasses of lawns/turf and grassland), the sedges (Cyperaceae) and the rushes (Juncaceae, such as papyrus).

The user can cause grass grow, move/attack or even rise from the soil and "walk", mutate grass by rearranging DNA structure, and revive withered or dead grasses.





  • May be unable to create grass, being limited to manipulating only from already existing sources.
  • Most users are powerless in areas without grasses or at least potential for grass to grow (infertile/barren soil).
  • Distance, mass, precision, etc. depend upon of the knowledge, skill, and strength of the user, and their power's natural limits.
  • High levels of radiation in a concentrated area may cause defects in the ability.
  • Users may be only able to control certain types of grasses.
  • Attacks from Fire Manipulation and/or Ice Manipulation can pose an issue.

Known Users

  • Grass Dragon (Breath of Fire IV)
  • Grass-type Pokémon (Pokémon)
  • Grassy Wizard (Adventure Time)
  • Fern (Adventure Time)
  • Zook (Skylanders)
  • Ambush (Skylanders)
  • Inagami (Monster Hunter Frontier G5)
  • Weasel (Marchen Awakens Romance)


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