The power to use the abilities of a hippocampus. Variation of Mythical Bestiary, Horse Physiology, and Hybrid Physiology.

Also Called

  • Hippocampus Mimicry
  • Sea Horse Mimicry/Physiology
  • Sea foam Stallion Physiology/Mimicry


The user either is or can transform into a Hippocampus (also hippocampus, hippocamp or hippokampoi, plural: hippocampi or hippocamps; Greek: ἱππόκαμπος, from ἵππος, "horse" and κάμπος, "monster"), is a mythological creature shared by Phoenician and Greek mythology, and it was also adopted into Etruscan mythology, though the name by which it is recognized is purely Greek. They were depicted as composite creatures with the head and fore-parts of a horse and the serpentine-tail of a fish, in mosaic art often depicted with green scales and fish-fin manes and appendages.

They were believed to be the adult-form of the "sea-horse". Hippokampoi were the mounts of Nereid nymphs and sea-gods, and Poseidon drove a chariot drawn by two or four of the creatures.




Known Users

  • Hippocampus (Greek/Phoenician/Etruscan Mythology)
  • Hippocampus (Percy Jackson & the Olympians)
  • Hippocampi (God of War)
  • Seaponies/Hippogriffs (My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic): via the Pearl of Transformation
  • Mane Six (My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic); via the Pearl of Transformation
  • Sirens (My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic)
  • Mermares (IDW's My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic)
  • Hippo (Mermaid Melody)
  • Cuco (Elena of Avalor)
  • Hippocampuses (Bella Sara)
  • Hippocampus (Culdcept Revolt)
  • Seahorses (Disney's The Little Mermaid TV series)
  • Kamposes and Tellinas (Star Stable)


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