- "Hey, you can't touch me when I'm intangible!"
- ― Ben Tennyson as Big Chill after being grabbed by Vilgax (Ben 10)
- "Logia' users who think they're invincible tend to have short lifespans."
- ― Pekoms (One Piece)
The ability to bypass/negate the intangibility or fluid-like nature of beings in order to deal damage to them. Variation of Power Negation.
- Fluidity Bypassing/Ignoring/Cancellation/Negation
- Intangibility Bypassing/Ignoring/Negation
- Hilbert Effect (Xenosaga)
The user can bypass/negate the Intangibility or fluid-like nature of beings to deal damage to them. This ability allows the user to harm beings with a fluid-like, gas-like, or any other malleable form that normally would allow them to be unharmed by conventional physical attacks. This bypass can also be transferred/imbued into objects such as weapons to assist the user in combat.
- May need to make direct physical contact with the opponent to deal damage.
- Since the intangibility is the only aspect of the opponent's power that is bypassed, the opponent can still retaliate normally, and can also still physically evade attacks in a conventional manner.
- May not be able to use this ability if it is overused, requiring a short period of rest.
- May be weak against Ultimate Intangibility.
- Rust Bucket's netting (Ben 10)
- Shield of Ziegel (Ben 10)
- Techadon Robots' defense systems (Ben 10)
- Nth Metal (DC Comics)
- Seastone/Sea-Prism Stone (One Piece); partially
- Ectobar Glass with Barrier spells (Thirteen/Thir13en Ghosts); ghosts cannot be intangible to.