- Personal Gravity Increase
- Quantum Locking
- Quantum Trapping
- The Immovable Object
The user can never be moved by an external physical force, but may freely position themselves.
- Ingrain: the power to become fixed onto any surface by various means.
- May have the ground ripped out from under them, even though they were not moved.
- May have a limit for how force they can take resist before being forced to move.
- May not prevent users of Absolute Strength from moving users.
- May be beaten by an unstoppable force.
- True immobility may only be possible to achieve in space and beyond.
- Ghost of Christmas Past (A Christmas Carol)
- Green Grandé (Accel World)
- Terence (Angry Birds)
- Yuujiro Hanma (Baki the Grappler)
- It's A Bully (Baldi's Basics In Education and Learning)
- Repeller (Batman Beyond)
- Chūya Nakahara (Bungou Stray Dogs)
- Superman (DC Comics)
- Jones (Gunnerkrigg Court)
- Magent Magent (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 7: Steel Ball Run); via 20th Century Boy
- God Kubera (Kubera)
- Frederick Dukes/Blob (Marvel Comics)
- Bruce Banner/Hulk (Marvel Comics)
- Louis Hamilton/Stonewall (Marvel Comics)
- Cain Marko/Juggernaut (Marvel Comics)
- Jesse Kilmartin (Mutant X)
- Saitama (One-Punch Man)
- Superalloy Darkshine (One Punch Man)
- Orisa (Overwatch)
- Pokémon that can use "Ingrain" (Pokémon)
- Robocop (Robocop); via rambolts
- Elm Ederne (RWBY)
- SCP-0001 - Meta Ike's Proposal - The Solution (SCP Foundation)
- SCP-225 - Unstoppable and Immovable (SCP Foundation)
- Statue Mario/Luigi (Super Mario)
- Chubster (Worm)
- Immovability (Dungeons and Dragons)
- ISO Field Generator Rings (Batman Beyond)
- The Annihilator (Justice League: Unlimited)
- Aegis/Aegis Breastplate (Marvel Comics)
- Rambolts (Robocop)