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|Box title = Infestation
 
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|caption = Megaera's (God of War) parasites can crawl under the skin and flesh of living or dead beings and force them to fight and can mutilate them to gain strength.
 
|caption = Megaera's (God of War) parasites can crawl under the skin and flesh of living or dead beings and force them to fight and can mutilate them to gain strength.
 
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*[[Mutilation]]
 
*[[Mutilation]]
 
*[[Orifice Invasion]]
 
*[[Orifice Invasion]]
*[[Parasite Physiology]]
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*[[Parasite Creation]]
 
*[[Rot Inducement]]
 
*[[Rot Inducement]]
   
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*[[Living Hive]]
 
*[[Living Hive]]
 
*[[Mass Consciousness]]
 
*[[Mass Consciousness]]
*[[Parasite Creation]]
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*[[Parasite Physiology]]
 
*[[Animal Morphing|Pest Physiology]]
 
*[[Animal Morphing|Pest Physiology]]
 
*[[Possession]]
 
*[[Possession]]
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*Users of [[Foreign Forces Removal]], [[Foreign Chemical Resistance]], and [[Internal Bodily Cleansing]] can counter this power.
 
*Users of [[Foreign Forces Removal]], [[Foreign Chemical Resistance]], and [[Internal Bodily Cleansing]] can counter this power.
 
*Doesn't work on [[Technology Manipulation]], [[Bionic Physiology]], [[Technorganic Physiology]], and [[Mecha Physiology]] users.
 
*Doesn't work on [[Technology Manipulation]], [[Bionic Physiology]], [[Technorganic Physiology]], and [[Mecha Physiology]] users.
*Most medication and antibiotics would may kill off parasites.
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*Medication and antibiotics may kill off parasites.
   
 
==Known Users==
 
==Known Users==

Revision as of 04:55, July 10, 2017

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

  • Bardiel (Evangelion)
  • The Zerg (Starcraft)
    • Infestors (Starcraft)
    • Queens (Starcraft)
  • Tyranids (Warhammer 40k)
  • Hollows (Bleach)
    • Hollowfication Subjects (Bleach)
  • Victor Validus (Ben 10 Alien Swarm)
  • The Flood (Halo)
  • Aburame Clan (Naruto)
  • Pazuzu (The Exorcist II)
  • Abaddons locusts (Religion)
  • Megaera (God of War)
  • Alex Mercer (Prototype)
  • James Heller (Prototype)
  • Arkea (Marvel Comics)
  • Sublime (Marvel Comics)
  • Ponzu (Hunter x Hunter)
  • Moon Spiders (Apollo 18)
  • Xenomorphs (Alien Series)
  • Mushizō (Ninja Scroll)
  • Technocyte Virus (Dark Sector)
  • Yeerks (Animorphs)
  • Bogie Woods (Toriko); via Lodge
  • Demons (The Secret Circle); in the form of insects
  • William Birkin (Resident Evil 2)
  • Evil Bug (The Fairly OddParents!)
  • Las Plagas (Resident Evil)
  • D'Vorah (Mortal Kombat X)

Known Powers

  • Crown of Vermin (AD&D)

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