The ability to cause oneself/subjects/objects to hover in the air. Opposite to Sinkability. Sub Power of Flight.
- Anti-Gravity Effect
- Gravity Immunity
- Ground Repulsion
User can cause oneself/subjects/objects to hover/float in the air unassisted, allowing the user to carelessly float in the air and prevent their bodies from making contact with the ground below.
- May float uncontrollably.
- May be difficult to stabilize.
- May be difficult to maneuver, one could hover in one direction but turning on a dime, pitch, yaw, barrel rolls, and other acrobatic feats are difficult to learn.
- May only be able to stay up for a short time.
- Weak against Flight Negation.
- Anti-Grav (Henry Danger)
- Rooster Talisman (Jackie Chan Adventures)
- SCP-1931 - The Bite of Flight (SCP Foundation)
- Float-Float Fruit/Fuwa Fuwa no Mi (One Piece)
- Chop-Chop Fruit (One Piece)
- Berry-Berry Fruit/Berri Berri no Mi (One Piece)
- Raid Suits (One Piece)
- Levitation Magisword (Mighty Magiswords)
- SCP-1863-A/"Lime Liftoff" (SCP Foundation)
An example of levitation.
Gwen Tennyson (Ben 10) levitating.
Kevin 11 (Ben 10) possesses Stinkfly's wings.
Ultimate Kevin (Ben 10: Ultimate Alien) possesses Big Chill, AmpFibian and Ultimate Aggregor's flight.
Ultimate Aggregor (Ben 10: Ultimate Alien)
All For One (Boku No Hero Academia) can use his quirk "Air Walk" to walk on air and levitate freely.
Cordelia Chase (Buffy the Vampire Slayer/Angel)
Phoebe Halliwell (Charmed)
Nancy Downs, Bonnie and Rochelle (The Craft)
Black Dragon Kalameet (Dark Souls) using telekinesis to lift the Chosen Undead into the air.
Raven (DC Comics/Teen Titan)
The Flocking Floaters (Hλlf-Life) can float thanks to the gases that are inside their heads.
Alien Controllers (Hλlf-Life series) can levitate, possibly due to the cybernetic device.
Scanners (Hλlf-Life 2 series) like the Combots...
...and Wasteland Scanners use anti-gravitational devices installed inside them to levitate.
Daolon Wong (Jackie Chan Adventures) uses the power of the Rooster Talisman to levitate.
Starlight Glimmer (My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic)
Buggy (One Piece) levitating his body parts, barring his feet.
Very Good (One Piece) levitating his body parts.
The Fuwa Fuwa no Mi gives Shiki (One Piece) the ability to levitate any inorganic object that he touches.
Fujitora (One Piece) using his gravity powers to lift rubble into the air.
Being from the technologically advanced Vinsmoke Family (One Piece) possess high-tech equipments Raid Suits, including shoes that allow them to levitate.
After Carmine The Bowler (Mystery Men) was murdered, he returned from the grave and, possessing his skull, gained the ability to levitate himself even after being encased in a bowling ball.
Silver the Hedgehog (Sonic the Hedgehog)
Lyric the Last Ancient (Sonic Boom)
Eve (Supernatural) rising to Earth.
Violet Parr (The Incredibles) can levitate with her full force field bubble.
Jack-Jack Parr (The Incredibles)
An Imperial Dalek hovers up the stairs (Doctor Who:Remeberance of the Daleks)
Hagoromo Ōtsutsuki (Naruto)
Toydarians (Star Wars) like Watto, are capable of hovering using a combination of wings and natural gases.
Sapphire's levitation (Steven Universe)
Umbrella (Valkyrie Crusade)
The barrier that Vino (Zatch Bell!) was given by his mamodo, Clear Note, allows him to levitate.
Massive (Loonatics Unleashed)
Amazing T-Girl (Jackie Chan Adventures)
Brandon Breyer/Brightburn (Brightburn)