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**[[Technological Possession]]: Achieved by combining [[Disease Mimicry]] with [[Nanite Mimicry]].
 
**[[Technological Possession]]: Achieved by combining [[Disease Mimicry]] with [[Nanite Mimicry]].
 
*[[Hive Genetics]]
 
*[[Hive Genetics]]
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*[[Infectious Energy Manipulation]]
 
*[[Infestant Spores]]
 
*[[Infestant Spores]]
 
*[[Living Hive]]
 
*[[Living Hive]]
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*[[Spore Manipulation]]
 
*[[Spore Manipulation]]
 
*[[Taint Generation]]
 
*[[Taint Generation]]
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*[[Undead Conversion]]
 
*[[Virus Mimicry]]
 
*[[Virus Mimicry]]
*[[Zombification]]
 
   
 
==Limitations==
 
==Limitations==
 
*May be limited by powers that specialized in "containment".
 
*May be limited by powers that specialized in "containment".
*Users of [[Foreign Forces Removal]], [[Foreign Chemical Resistance]], and [[Internal Bodily Cleansing]] can counter this power.
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*Users of [[Foreign Forces Removal]], [[Foreign Chemical Resistance]]/[[Foreign Chemical Immunity]], and [[Internal Bodily Cleansing]] can counter this power.
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*[[Infestation Rejection]] is the perfect counter.
 
*Doesn't work on [[Technology Manipulation]], [[Bionic Physiology]], [[Technorganic Physiology]], [[Immutability]], [[Status Lock]] and [[Mecha Physiology]] users.
 
*Doesn't work on [[Technology Manipulation]], [[Bionic Physiology]], [[Technorganic Physiology]], [[Immutability]], [[Status Lock]] and [[Mecha Physiology]] users.
 
*Medication and antibiotics may kill off parasites.
 
*Medication and antibiotics may kill off parasites.
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*Hollows (''Bleach'')
 
*Hollows (''Bleach'')
 
**Hollowfication Subjects
 
**Hollowfication Subjects
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*[[w:c:bleach:Szayelaporro Granz|Szayelaporro Granz]] (''Bleach'')
 
*Technocyte Virus (''Dark Sector'')
 
*Technocyte Virus (''Dark Sector'')
 
*The Drowned (''DC Comics'')
 
*The Drowned (''DC Comics'')
*Fiedla (''D.Gray-man')'
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*Fiedla (''D.Gray-man'')
 
*Bardiel (''Evangelion'')
 
*Bardiel (''Evangelion'')
 
*Pazuzu (''The Exorcist II'')
 
*Pazuzu (''The Exorcist II'')
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*The Flood (''Halo'')
 
*The Flood (''Halo'')
 
*Ponzu (''Hunter x Hunter'')
 
*Ponzu (''Hunter x Hunter'')
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*Experiment 222/Poxy (''Lilo and Stitch'')
 
*Dio Brando (''JoJo's Bizarre Adventure'')
 
*Dio Brando (''JoJo's Bizarre Adventure'')
 
*Arkea (''Marvel Comics'')
 
*Arkea (''Marvel Comics'')
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*Aku (''Samurai Jack'')
 
*Aku (''Samurai Jack'')
 
*Demons (''The Secret Circle''); in the form of [[Insect Physiology|insects]]
 
*Demons (''The Secret Circle''); in the form of [[Insect Physiology|insects]]
*The Zerg (''Starcraft'')
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*Centipede Parasites (''Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice'')
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*The Zerg (''StarCraft'')
 
**Infestors
 
**Infestors
 
**Queens
 
**Queens
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==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
 
<gallery>
 
<gallery>
Zerg SC2 Icon2.jpg|Zerg (Starcraft) are the most common users of this power.
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Szayelaporro Granz - Fornicaras (Bleach).png|One of Szayelaporro Granz's (Bleach) many parasitic powers is the ability to infect other beings upon his death, causing him to literally be reborn out of their bodies.
Facehugger.png|A Facehugger (Aliens/Aliens vs. Predator) infesting a human with a Xenomorph embryo...
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Zerg SC2 Icon2.jpg|Zerg (StarCraft) are the most common users of this power.
Chestburster.png|...which erupts from the host as a Chestburster.
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Facehugger.png|A Facehugger (Aliens/Aliens vs. Predator) infesting a human with a Xenomorph embryo…
Aburame.jpg|Aburame clan members are human hives filled with insects.
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Chestburster.png|…which erupts from the host as a Chestburster.
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Aburame Shino (Naruto) controlling insects.gif|Aburame Clan members (Naruto) are human hives filled with insects.
 
Mushizo.jpg|Mushizō's (Ninja Scroll) back is used as a hornets nest.
 
Mushizo.jpg|Mushizō's (Ninja Scroll) back is used as a hornets nest.
Chief Irons Infested.gif|William Birkin (Resident Evil 2) infests Chief Irons with a G-virus embryo.
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Chief Irons Infested.gif|William Birkin (Resident Evil 2) infests Chief Irons with a Golgotha/G-Virus embryo.
Infestors.jpg|Infestors are capable of infesting Terran buildings and Terran Units as well.
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Infestors.jpg|Infestors (Starcraft) are capable of infesting Terran buildings and Terran Units as well.
 
D'Vorah Larva.gif|D'Vorah (Mortal Kombat X) infests Kano with one of her young, which proceeds to burst from his chest.
 
D'Vorah Larva.gif|D'Vorah (Mortal Kombat X) infests Kano with one of her young, which proceeds to burst from his chest.
 
Evil_Bug.png|The Evil Bug (The Fairly OddParents!) infests people's rear ends and turns them evil.
 
Evil_Bug.png|The Evil Bug (The Fairly OddParents!) infests people's rear ends and turns them evil.
 
Type_2_Plaga_Infest.jpg|A man (Resident Evil) being orally infested by a Type 2 Plaga.
 
Type_2_Plaga_Infest.jpg|A man (Resident Evil) being orally infested by a Type 2 Plaga.
Flesh_Bud.jpg|One of Dio Brando's (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure) Flesh Buds infesting its victim's brain, turning him into Dio's slave.
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Flesh_Bud.jpg|Dio Brando's (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure) Flesh Buds infesting their victims’ brains, turning them into Dio's slaves.
 
Batman The Drowned.jpg|The Drowned (DC Comics) possesses the ability to infest any water to make it hers, and even convert anyone into her Dead Water Sea creature servants.
 
Batman The Drowned.jpg|The Drowned (DC Comics) possesses the ability to infest any water to make it hers, and even convert anyone into her Dead Water Sea creature servants.
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>

Revision as of 04:09, January 14, 2020

The power to infest any being or area with pests, parasites, or diseases. Sub-power of Disease Mimicry, Parasite Physiology, and Pestilence Manipulation.

Also Called

  • Body Invasion/Infestation
  • Infection
  • Infest
  • Parasitism

Capabilities

The user can cause Infestations which can be classified as either external or internal with regards to the pest', parasites', diseases' or any other invasive animals' or plants' location in relation to the host or area with pests or parasites.

An external ectoparasitic infestation is a condition in which organisms live primarily on the surface of the host (though Porocephaliasis can penetrate viscerally) and includes those involving mites, ticks, and head lice.

An internal endoparasitic infestation is a condition in which organisms live within the host and includes those involving worms.

The user of this power can even use this power to cause negative effects to the intended target such as poison, energy drain, paralysis, etc., or infest their enemies and take control of their bodies and minds.

Applications

Variations

Associations

Limitations

Known Users

  • Xenomorphs (Alien series)
  • Neomorphs (Alien Covenant)
  • Yeerks (Animorphs)
  • Moon Spiders (Apollo 18)
  • Victor Validus (Ben 10: Alien Swarm)
  • Hollows (Bleach)
    • Hollowfication Subjects
  • Szayelaporro Granz (Bleach)
  • Technocyte Virus (Dark Sector)
  • The Drowned (DC Comics)
  • Fiedla (D.Gray-man)
  • Bardiel (Evangelion)
  • Pazuzu (The Exorcist II)
  • Megaera (God of War)
  • Mak Sapyeong (Gosu); via Gu Poison Arts
  • Evil Bug (The Fairly OddParents!)
  • The Flood (Halo)
  • Ponzu (Hunter x Hunter)
  • Experiment 222/Poxy (Lilo and Stitch)
  • Dio Brando (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure)
  • Arkea (Marvel Comics)
  • Sublime (Marvel Comics)
  • D'Vorah (Mortal Kombat X)
  • Aburame Clan (Naruto)
  • Mushizō (Ninja Scroll)
  • Abaddon's locusts (Religion)
  • Alex Mercer (Prototype)
  • James Heller (Prototype)
  • Las Plagas (Resident Evil)
  • William Birkin (Resident Evil 2)
  • Aku (Samurai Jack)
  • Demons (The Secret Circle); in the form of insects
  • Centipede Parasites (Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice)
  • The Zerg (StarCraft)
    • Infestors
    • Queens
  • Bogie Woods (Toriko); via Lodge
  • Tyranids (Warhammer 40k)

Known Powers

  • Crown of Vermin (AD&D)

Gallery

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