The power to switch location between two things
. Sub-power of Matter Substitution
. Variation of Teleportation
. Not to be confused with Location Displacement
- Location Switching
- Replace (A Certain Magical Index)
- Substitute Matter
- Trade Teleportation
- Swap Teleportation
User can distort space to exchange one subject/object with another.
- May only be able to switch similar masses/sizes.
- May have a range limit.
- May be limited to inorganic matter.
- Target may have to be stationary.
High Albiter Arkeid's (Anima: Beyond Fantasy) control over time and space allows her to exchange the position of people.
Hajime Uesugi (Code:Breaker) using his Exchange power to swap himself to another location, so long as the target object is something of equal weight.
Jean (Darker than Black) attempts to swaps Hei's heart with a chunk of concrete, but got Shinoda's instead.
Vengeful Spirit (Dota 2) can instantaneously swap positions with someone, by using her ability "Nether Swap".
Using Position Shift, Towa (Dragon Ball Xenoverse) projects a Ki Blast that swaps the locations of herself and the target while also leaving the target temporarily dazed and confused.
Angelica Ainsworth (Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA)
Jak (Jak and Daxter series) using Eco Teleport to swap places with a Precursor statue.
If Puss in Boots (Marchen Awakens Romance) looks at his user Ginta before an attack hits him he can switch his place with one of his dolls.
By using the Body Replacement Technique, Ninjas (Naruto) can avoid attacks by switching places with an object, such as a log.
Sasuke Uchiha (Naruto) using Amenotejikara to shift himself, others, or objects a set distance away from the original. He can also increase the range by switching with another object.
Kagemusha allows Gekko Moriah (One Piece) to switch places with his shadow at will.
Trafalgar Water D. Law (One Piece) using Shambles to swap himself within his ROOM territory.
Monspeet (Seven Deadly Sins) can switch two objects with each other with via his innate magic power Trick Star.
Joanna Beauchamp (Witches of East End)