The ability to adapt to inertial effects. Sub-Power of Inertia Manipulation.

Also Called

  • Inertial Adaptation
  • Inertial Force Adaptation


The user can adapt to inertial forces that occur when an object accelerates (changes speed or direction), such as centrifugal forces, making them resistant/immune to the effects. They can effectively be still or have no trouble moving, even if the object they are on/in is moving, which would cause them to "move backward" (accelerating), "move forward" (decelerating) or sideways (change in direction).




  • Does not actually negate inertia, only nullifies its effects for user.
  • The user can still be affected by different forces that may push or pull on them.

Known Users

  • Automan (Automan)
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