- "Think of what you are doing, all over the world there is birth but no death. Our planet can not support so many lives at once."
- ― Anubis (Gargoyles)
The power to bring numerous dead back to life. Variation of Resurrection.
- Group Resurrection/Revival
- Population Resurrection
- Reversed Genocide
- Reversed Mass Death
The user can bring numerous living things back to life at once, including people, animals and plants.
- Event Negation
- Grand Flame Manipulation
- Life-Force Manipulation
- Population Control
- Society Manipulation
- Cannot resurrect those killed by Unavertable Death or Resurrection Negation.
- May have limited time defined by how long the targets have been dead.
- User may suffer damage, exhaustion, or even death.
- Resurrected may not have completely healed from the wounds that killed them, or they may be missing memories, or a soul in some cases.
- May only work on other people.
- Returning a mass amount of people from death may have great consequences.
- Shenron (Dragon Ball)
- Super Shenron (Dragon Ball)
- Janemba (Dragon Ball Z Fusion Reborn); via boundaries
- Calamity Ganon (The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild)
- Bo Dennis (Lost Girl)
- Joshua Foley/Elixir (Marvel Comics)
- Minus (Minus)
- Phoenix (Monster Rancher)
- Nagato (Naruto); via Outer Path: Samsara of Heavenly Life Jutsu/Gedo Art of Rinne Rebirth
- Mercy (Overwatch)
- Kurumi (Steel Angel Kurumi)
- Death (Supernatural)
- God/Chuck Shurley (Supernatural)
- Jack Kline (Supernatural)
- Bruce Banner/The Hulk (Marvel Cinematic Universe); via Nano Gauntlet
- Neil Clarke (Absolutely Anything)
- Nethersphere (Doctor Who)
- Earth's Dragon Balls (Dragon Ball)
- Super Dragon Balls (Dragon Ball)
- Tenseiga (InuYasha)
- The Infinity Gauntlet (Marvel Cinematic Universe)
- Nano Gauntlet (Marvel Cinematic Universe)
- Jinki (Sekirei)
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