- "NOW, JIM. EXPLOIT HIS WEAKNESSES! SUMMON THE WARRIOR WITHIN! FEEL THE BURN! DESTROY HIM WITH HIS OWN EVIL!"
- ― Sword Of Righteousness (Earthworm Jim)
The power to externalize one's inner darkness. Sub-power of Inner Darkness. Variation of Inner Power. Opposite to Inner Light Externalization.
The user can materialize their dark thoughts/emotions into physical darkness and externalize or project it in different forms.
- Overuse may corrupt the user.
Saechika (Code:Breaker) manifesting his inner Dark Side into a shadow armor and weapon.
The Dawnbreaker's (DC Comics) dark powers are derived from the "void" that dwells within him.
Spike the Devil Man (Dragon Ball) can amplify one's inner darkness until it causes the victim's heart to explode.
Babidi's (Dragon Ball Z) dark magic works by drawing out the inner darkness of those he uses it on in order to amplify their power...
...which Vegeta used to his advantage to not only power up...
...but also recapture the feeling of glee he felt when he was evil.
Watagash's (Dragon Ball Super) power works by drawing out the inner evil and darkness of his hosts...
...with Barry Khan having so much darkness and hatred in his heart that the possession heavily mutated his body, first simply making him more muscular...
...then mutating him into a larger, ape-like creature...
...and finally turning him into a giant monster with no resemblance to his original form at all.
Cia (Hyrule Warriors) manifested Link's inner darkness as multiple Dark Links.
Riku (Kingdom Hearts) is adept at wielding and unleashing the darkness within his heart in a variety of ways.
Sora's (Kingdom Hearts) Anti-Form is a manifestation of his inner darkness.
Henry Jekyll (Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde) created a potion meant to bring forth a person's inner darkness and evil...
...which he used to manifest his own inner evil, Edward Hyde.