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|caption = Zuo Tianchen (Moshi Fanren) was one of many people who survived a cataclysmic impact event where much of the human race contracted a virus which potentially gave 30% of them superpowers.
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|caption = Zuo Tian Chen (The Last Human) was one of many people who survived a cataclysmic impact event where much of the human race contracted a virus which potentially gave 30% of them superpowers.
 
|Row 1 title = Condition to:
 
|Row 1 title = Condition to:
|Row 1 info = Be granted with any supernatural powers via diseases, viruses and infestation.}}
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|Row 1 info = Be granted with any supernatural powers via diseases, viruses and infestation.}}The circumstance of '''gaining powers, skills and enhancements via contraction or development of sickness, symbiotes or parasitic affliction'''. Variation of [[Experientially Induced Powers]]. The less dangerous variant to [[Mutation Inducement]].
The circumstance of '''gaining powers, skills and enhancements via contraction or development of sickness, symbiotes or parasitic affliction'''. Variation of [[Experientially Induced Powers]].
 
   
 
==Also Called==
 
==Also Called==
*Chemistry Induced Powers
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*Chemistry Induced Powers/Micromutation
*Virulent Induced Powers
 
*Outbreak Induced Powers
 
 
*Infected Body Induced Powers
 
*Infected Body Induced Powers
*Affliction Mutated Physiology
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*Micromutation
*Parasitically Induced Powers
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*Micromutation Inducement
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*Outbreak Induced Powers
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*Virulent Induced Powers/Micromutation
   
 
==Capabilities==
 
==Capabilities==
Circumstance grants the user supernatural abilities by being in contact with pollutants and/or impurities within the genetic code of affected individuals. The effects of such communicability or the disease may grant infection-related powers or [http://powerlisting.wikia.com/wiki/Category:Powers any powers] to the victim if they survive. Most of the powers will be based on what characteristics infections or pathogens has.
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Circumstance grants the user supernatural abilities by being in contact with pollutants and/or impurities within the genetic code of affected individuals. The effects of such communicability or the disease may grant infection-related powers or [http://powerlisting.wikia.com/wiki/Category:Powers any powers] to the victim if they survive. Most of the powers will be based on what characteristics infections or pathogens has.
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Unlike [[Mutation Inducement]], this ability doesn't even cause individuals to turn into monsters called [[Mutant Physiology|Mutants]], but instead, this turns them into [[Empowered Subject Physiology|empowered racial subjects]] (of the rational category) that possess powers that their kin doesn't normally obtain, especially whenever it comes to birth. For example, this power can turn Humans into [[Superior Human Physiology|Metahumans]].
   
 
==Applications==
 
==Applications==
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*The user may possess disease/pathogen/symbiotes/parasite-based powers from a latent mutation sitting dormant within the victim's D.N.A.
 
*The user may possess disease/pathogen/symbiotes/parasite-based powers from a latent mutation sitting dormant within the victim's D.N.A.
 
*A variety of or a random power can be bestowed to the victim
 
*A variety of or a random power can be bestowed to the victim
*May cause the victim of the the power to take after certain [[Evolutionary Template|ancestral traits]] of racial precursors and might even [[Hive Genetics|mimic its traits]].
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*May cause the victim of the power to take after certain [[Evolutionary Template|ancestral traits]] of racial precursors and might even [[Hive Genetics|mimic its qualities]].
 
*The disease/pathogen/symbiote/parasite strike may cause maximum enhancements of a normal human being
 
*The disease/pathogen/symbiote/parasite strike may cause maximum enhancements of a normal human being
 
*The disease/pathogen/symbiotes/parasite can be used to activate or deactivate inherent abilities
 
*The disease/pathogen/symbiotes/parasite can be used to activate or deactivate inherent abilities
*The epidemic potentially have progressive or regressive effects on those whom come in contact with it.
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*The epidemic potentially has progressive or regressive effects on those who come in contact with it.
 
*Users can harness their natural [[Bio-Energy Manipulation|physiological reserves]] to enhance their powers & abilities
 
*Users can harness their natural [[Bio-Energy Manipulation|physiological reserves]] to enhance their powers & abilities
 
*Alteration can appear as any number of odd [[Symbolic Power Manifestation|signs]] on their person.
 
*Alteration can appear as any number of odd [[Symbolic Power Manifestation|signs]] on their person.
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*[[Adaptation Manipulation]]
 
*[[Adaptation Manipulation]]
 
*[[DNA Manipulation]]
 
*[[DNA Manipulation]]
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*[[Empowered Subject Physiology]]
 
*[[Evolution Manipulation]]
 
*[[Evolution Manipulation]]
 
*[[Experientially Induced Powers]]
 
*[[Experientially Induced Powers]]
 
*[[Genetic Perfection]]
 
*[[Genetic Perfection]]
*[[Homo Superior Physiology]]
 
 
*[[Infestation]]
 
*[[Infestation]]
 
*[[Infected Arm]]
 
*[[Infected Arm]]
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*[[Power Augmentation]]
 
*[[Power Augmentation]]
 
*[[Power Manifestation]]
 
*[[Power Manifestation]]
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*[[Superior Human Physiology]]
 
*[[Symbiote Creation]]
 
*[[Symbiote Creation]]
   
 
==Limitations==
 
==Limitations==
*Users can be undone by [[Internal Bodily Cleansing]].
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*Users can be undone by [[Internal Bodily Cleansing]], [[Mutation Reversion]], [[Restoration|normal]], [[Flawless Restoration|Flawless]], to [[Absolute Restoration]], and especially [[Biological Manipulation]].
 
*Random mutations of the affliction can be devastating.
 
*Random mutations of the affliction can be devastating.
*User may have limited to absolutely no control over the outcome of their mutegenic transmogrification.
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*User may have limited to absolutely no control over the outcome of their mutagenic transmogrification.
*[[Regulation]] or even [[Dependency]] may be an issue if catalyst event destabilizes the user in some way.
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*[[Regulation]] or even [[Dependency]] may be an issue if the catalyst event destabilizes the user in some way.
 
*The disease/pathogen/symbiotes/parasite may kill the victim before they can be granted any powers
 
*The disease/pathogen/symbiotes/parasite may kill the victim before they can be granted any powers
*Disfigurement is common.
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*Depending on the outcomes, disfigurement may occur, but to a much lesser extent.
*The nature of the affliction pertaining to chemicals, mutagens and infestants on the victims could be beneficial or not with the environment and on the people around the area it landed.
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*The nature of the affliction pertaining to chemicals, mutagens and infestations on the victims could be beneficial or not with the environment and on the people around the area it landed.
   
 
==Known Users==
 
==Known Users==
{{scroll box|*Nanite Queen/Elena Validus (''Ben 10 Series'')
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{{scroll box|
*AMAZO (Armin Ikarus) (''DC Comics'')
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*Nanite Queen/Elena Validus (''Ben 10 Series'')
*Anomaly (''DC Comics'')
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*[[w:c:dc:Armen Ikarus (Prime Earth)|Amazo (Armen Ikarus)]] (''DC Comics''); via [[w:c:dc:Amazo Virus|Amazo Virus]]
*Mother Machine (''DC Comics'')
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*[[w:c:dc:Anomaly (Prime Earth)|Anomaly]] (''DC Comics'')
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*[[w:c:dc:Mother Machine (Prime Earth)|Mother Machine]] (''DC Comics'')
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*[[w:c:dc:Nikki Nemzer (Prime Earth)|Kunoichi (Nikki Nemzer)]] (''DC Comics'')
 
*The Twenty (''DC Comics'')
 
*The Twenty (''DC Comics'')
 
** Hector Hammond
 
** Hector Hammond
 
** Lois Lane
 
** Lois Lane
 
** H.I.V.E. Queen
 
** H.I.V.E. Queen
*Evo's (''Generator Rex'')
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*EVOS (''Generator Rex'')
 
**Rex Salazar
 
**Rex Salazar
 
**Van Kleiss
 
**Van Kleiss
*Infected (''The Last Human'')
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*[[w:c:moshi-fanren-the-last-human:Evolved|Evolved Beings]] (''The Last Human''); via [[w:c:moshi-fanren-the-last-human:Abola Virus|Abola Virus]]
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*Apocalypse (''Marvel Comics'')
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*Cable (''Marvel Comics'')
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*Celestials (''Marvel Comics'')
 
*Carnage (''Marvel Comics'')
 
*Carnage (''Marvel Comics'')
 
*Karima Shapandar (''Marvel Comics'')
 
*Karima Shapandar (''Marvel Comics'')
*Venom (''Marvel Comics'')
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*Paradigm (''Marvel Comics'')
*Technarch (''Marvel Comics'')
 
 
*Phalanx (''Marvel Comics'')
 
*Phalanx (''Marvel Comics'')
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*Technarch (''Marvel Comics'')
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*Venom (''Marvel Comics'')
 
*Zak-Del (''Marvel Comics'')
 
*Zak-Del (''Marvel Comics'')
 
*Shinichi Izumi (''Parasyte: The Maxim'')
 
*Shinichi Izumi (''Parasyte: The Maxim'')
 
*Elizabeth Greene (''Prototype'')
 
*Elizabeth Greene (''Prototype'')
 
*The Evolved (''Prototype 2'')
 
*The Evolved (''Prototype 2'')
*Alex Mercer (''Prototype Series'')
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*Alex Mercer (''Prototype series'')
*James Heller (''Prototype Series'')
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*James Heller (''Prototype series'')
*Albert Wesker (''Resident Evil'')
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*Albert Wesker (''Resident Evil series'')
 
*Jack Krauser (''Resident Evil 4'')
 
*Jack Krauser (''Resident Evil 4'')
 
*Osmund Saddler (''Resident Evil 4'')
 
*Osmund Saddler (''Resident Evil 4'')
 
*Alexia Ashford (''Resident Evil: Code Veronica'')
 
*Alexia Ashford (''Resident Evil: Code Veronica'')
*Borg (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
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*Borg (''Star Trek: The Next Generation'')
 
*Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (''TMNT'')
 
*Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (''TMNT'')
**Donatello
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**Donatello
 
**Leonardo
 
**Leonardo
 
**Michelangelo
 
**Michelangelo
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*The Hollow Knight (''Hollow Knight'')}}
 
*The Hollow Knight (''Hollow Knight'')}}
   
==Known Objects==
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==Known Objects/Viruses==
* AMAZO Virus (''DC Comics)''
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* AMAZO Virus (''DC Comics'')
 
*Brzk (''DC Comics'')
 
*Brzk (''DC Comics'')
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*Doomsday Virus (''DC Comics'')
 
* Nanocytes (''DC Comics'')
 
* Nanocytes (''DC Comics'')
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* O.M.A.C Virus (''DC Comics'')
 
* O.T.A.C (''DC Comics'')
 
* O.T.A.C (''DC Comics'')
 
* Symbiotes (''Marvel Comics'')
 
* Symbiotes (''Marvel Comics'')
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*T-O Virus (''Marvel Comics'')
 
*T-O Virus (''Marvel Comics'')
 
*Transmode Virus (''Marvel Comics'')
 
*Transmode Virus (''Marvel Comics'')
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*X-Genes (''Marvel Comics'')
 
*Blacklight Virus (''PROTOTYPE'')
 
*Blacklight Virus (''PROTOTYPE'')
 
*T-Virus (''Resident Evil'')
 
*T-Virus (''Resident Evil'')
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==Gallery==
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<gallery>
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Migi & Shinichi.gif|Shinichi Izumi and Migi (Parasyte)
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File:Pachislot_Crimson_Head.png|Depending on the strain, the T-Virus either mutates Zombies into Lickers, or micromutates them into Crimson Heads (Resident Evil series).
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File:Albert_Wesker_Uroboros.png|Albert Wesker (Resident Evil series)
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File:Krauser_Arm_Blade.jpg|Jack Krauser (Resident Evil 4)
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File:Osmund_Saddler.jpg|Osmund Saddler (Resident Evil 4)
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File:Alexia_Ashford_(Resident_Evil)_transform_1.png|Alexia Ashford (Resident Evil: Code Veronica)
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</gallery>
 
[[Category:Power Sources]]
 
[[Category:Power Sources]]
 
[[Category:Powers]]
 
[[Category:Powers]]
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[[Category:Symbiosis]]
 
[[Category:Symbiosis]]
 
[[Category:Transmutation]]
 
[[Category:Transmutation]]
[[Category:Common Powers]]
 

Latest revision as of 19:04, August 3, 2020

The circumstance of gaining powers, skills and enhancements via contraction or development of sickness, symbiotes or parasitic affliction. Variation of Experientially Induced Powers. The less dangerous variant to Mutation Inducement.

Also CalledEdit

  • Chemistry Induced Powers/Micromutation
  • Infected Body Induced Powers
  • Micromutation
  • Micromutation Inducement
  • Outbreak Induced Powers
  • Virulent Induced Powers/Micromutation

CapabilitiesEdit

Circumstance grants the user supernatural abilities by being in contact with pollutants and/or impurities within the genetic code of affected individuals. The effects of such communicability or the disease may grant infection-related powers or any powers to the victim if they survive. Most of the powers will be based on what characteristics infections or pathogens has.

Unlike Mutation Inducement, this ability doesn't even cause individuals to turn into monsters called Mutants, but instead, this turns them into empowered racial subjects (of the rational category) that possess powers that their kin doesn't normally obtain, especially whenever it comes to birth. For example, this power can turn Humans into Metahumans.

ApplicationsEdit

  • The user may use the disease/pathogen/symbiotes/parasite to create weapons and utilities, either forge or merge it with them.
  • The user may possess disease/pathogen/symbiotes/parasite-based powers from a latent mutation sitting dormant within the victim's D.N.A.
  • A variety of or a random power can be bestowed to the victim
  • May cause the victim of the power to take after certain ancestral traits of racial precursors and might even mimic its qualities.
  • The disease/pathogen/symbiote/parasite strike may cause maximum enhancements of a normal human being
  • The disease/pathogen/symbiotes/parasite can be used to activate or deactivate inherent abilities
  • The epidemic potentially has progressive or regressive effects on those who come in contact with it.
  • Users can harness their natural physiological reserves to enhance their powers & abilities
  • Alteration can appear as any number of odd signs on their person.

AssociationsEdit

LimitationsEdit

  • Users can be undone by Internal Bodily Cleansing, Mutation Reversion, normal, Flawless, to Absolute Restoration, and especially Biological Manipulation.
  • Random mutations of the affliction can be devastating.
  • User may have limited to absolutely no control over the outcome of their mutagenic transmogrification.
  • Regulation or even Dependency may be an issue if the catalyst event destabilizes the user in some way.
  • The disease/pathogen/symbiotes/parasite may kill the victim before they can be granted any powers
  • Depending on the outcomes, disfigurement may occur, but to a much lesser extent.
  • The nature of the affliction pertaining to chemicals, mutagens and infestations on the victims could be beneficial or not with the environment and on the people around the area it landed.

Known UsersEdit

  • Nanite Queen/Elena Validus (Ben 10 Series)
  • Amazo (Armen Ikarus) (DC Comics); via Amazo Virus
  • Anomaly (DC Comics)
  • Mother Machine (DC Comics)
  • Kunoichi (Nikki Nemzer) (DC Comics)
  • The Twenty (DC Comics)
    • Hector Hammond
    • Lois Lane
    • H.I.V.E. Queen
  • EVOS (Generator Rex)
    • Rex Salazar
    • Van Kleiss
  • Evolved Beings (The Last Human); via Abola Virus
  • Apocalypse (Marvel Comics)
  • Cable (Marvel Comics)
  • Celestials (Marvel Comics)
  • Carnage (Marvel Comics)
  • Karima Shapandar (Marvel Comics)
  • Paradigm (Marvel Comics)
  • Phalanx (Marvel Comics)
  • Technarch (Marvel Comics)
  • Venom (Marvel Comics)
  • Zak-Del (Marvel Comics)
  • Shinichi Izumi (Parasyte: The Maxim)
  • Elizabeth Greene (Prototype)
  • The Evolved (Prototype 2)
  • Alex Mercer (Prototype series)
  • James Heller (Prototype series)
  • Albert Wesker (Resident Evil series)
  • Jack Krauser (Resident Evil 4)
  • Osmund Saddler (Resident Evil 4)
  • Alexia Ashford (Resident Evil: Code Veronica)
  • Borg (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT)
    • Donatello
    • Leonardo
    • Michelangelo
    • Raphael
  • Bloodshot Army (Valiant Entertainment)
  • Bloodshot Squad (Valiant Entertainment)
  • Deathmate (Valiant Entertainment)
  • X-O Manowar (Valiant Entertainment)
  • The Hollow Knight (Hollow Knight)

Known Objects/VirusesEdit

  • AMAZO Virus (DC Comics)
  • Brzk (DC Comics)
  • Doomsday Virus (DC Comics)
  • Nanocytes (DC Comics)
  • O.M.A.C Virus (DC Comics)
  • O.T.A.C (DC Comics)
  • Symbiotes (Marvel Comics)
  • Poisons (Marvel Comics)
  • Exolon Plasmoids (Marvel Comics)
  • T-O Virus (Marvel Comics)
  • Transmode Virus (Marvel Comics)
  • X-Genes (Marvel Comics)
  • Blacklight Virus (PROTOTYPE)
  • T-Virus (Resident Evil)

GalleryEdit

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