The ability to
create and launch missiles. Sub-power of Attack Powers. Variation of Weapon Creation.
Users can create
missiles from nothing or by shaping the existing matter or energy, including all variations of arrows, darts, spears, needles, bullets, projectiles, rockets, guided/unguided missiles, etc, and fire them.
: Missiles specifically made to capture targets via nets, chains, ropes, and other types of objects that deals with capturing or restraining targets. Capture Missiles
: Missiles formed of or release different elements. Elemental Missiles
: Missiles formed of or release different energies. Energy Missiles
Lock-on Missiles: Missiles with homing capabilities.
: Missiles that are cause Nuclear Missiles radiation damage and have extreme radius.
: Missiles formed of or release different organic substances. Organic Missiles
: Missiles that can split in many more to take out many targets. Scatter Shot : Missiles that travel underwater/underground to attack from an unsuspecting angle. Torpedo Generation
May have set limit of missiles. After firing the user may have to either reload whenever possible, wait for the missile to "recharge", or "make" more by transmuting materials from the environment.
The Ultimate Humungousaur (Ben 10) firing missiles from his Gatling-gun wrists.
BG9 (Bleach) has an array of missiles made of spiritual particles, and temporarily had access to Suì-Fēng's
Sergeant Metallic (Dragon Ball) launching a missile from his mouth.
Launcher Spider (Yu-Gi-Oh!) firing a large barrage of missiles onto a single target accurately.
Sektor (Mortal Kombat) firing his highly explosive, heat-seeking missiles at his opponent.
Nagato (Naruto) generating many missiles from his
Asura Path's wrist.
Franky (One Piece) opening up his
Franky Rocket Launcher, which are strong enough to injure a Kraken.
E-23 Missile Wrist (Sonic X) can launch its wrists as missiles that explode on impact, as well as 5 missiles on its chest compartment.
Black Eggman (Sonic the Movie) has powerful missiles hidden on his side compartments.
Koral Q (Zatch Bell!) shoots a missile from his chest with his spell
MetalGarurumon (Digimon) can launch freezing missiles from all of the weapons hidden throughout its body.
Among the cybernetic enhancements granted to the Deathlok Soldiers (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) is a forearm-mounted rocket launcher.
Metal Sonic (Sonic the Hedgehog)
E-123 Omega (Sonic the Hedgehog)
Shadow Androids (Sonic the Hedgehog)
Time Eater (Sonic the Hedgehog)
Bouncer (Skylanders Giants)
Wahl Icht (Fairy Tail) can fire numerous missiles that can severely injure Laxus or take down capable wizards such as Beth.
Octostrikers (Splatoon) can fire the Octarian equivalent of the Inkstrike from the cannons on their heads.
DJ Octavio's (Splatoon) Octobot King can fire octorpedoes...
...and octomissiles, all of which behave like missiles.
Torpedo Girl (Valkyrie Crusade)
When the Flat Sisters (Marchen Awakens Romance) fuse into Rotkäppchen Waltzer, they can fire a missile from the guardian's torso.
Samus Aran (Metroid) firing a missile from her Arm Cannon.
Cole MacGrath (Infamous) using the
Megawatt Hammer to launch electrical missiles.
The Red Tornado (Supergirl) firing missiles at Supergirl.
Morrigan Aensland (Darkstalkers) using
finishing shower to rapid-fire missiles.
Turbo Mecha Sonic (Super Mario Bros. Z) firing missiles.
Heracles (Highschool DxD) Balance Breaker Detonation Mighty Comet creates multitude of missile-like objects.
Balrog (Cave Story) is able to fire missiles at the protagonist in the forth boss fight against him