The power to
undergo mutation through arcane means to have an altered physiology.
Magical variation of
. Not to be confused with
Homo Magi Superior Physiology
Mutant Mage Physiology
Hexer (German) Mimicry/Physiology
Magical Altered Humans
Mystically Enhanced/Mutated Physiology
Raganius (Lithuanian) Mimicry/Physiology
Strigo (Italian) Mimicry/Physiology
Witcher (English) Mimicry/Physiology
The user can undergo mutation to receive heightened abilities and mutated physiology through an arcane ritual or alchemical experiment that may cause the user to change drastically either physically, mentally or spiritually. The user may have received various powers depending on what kind of ritual changed them.
Users are unable to return to being normal beings with certain features that stand out and may cause others to fear them.
Some mutations may have drawbacks or weaknesses.
Mutations may strain the user.
Sephiroth Grail ( Highschool DxD) via Animancy
Frostmourne ( World of Warcraft) via Necromancy
Eating the flesh of magic beasts caused Nagumo Hajime (Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekaisaikyou)...
...to mutate into human/magic beast hybrid.
Claymores (Claymore) are half-human half-Yoma warriors created by magic.
Acnologia (Fairy Tail) as a result of overusing his Dragon Slayer Magic was magically mutated into a dragon.
Makonoids (Final Fantasy VII) are former humans who were heavily mutated by exposure to concentrated Mako energy.
Abe Sapian (Hellboy/B.P.R.D.) was a Victorian scientist named Langdon Everett Caul, who was transformed into an amphibious creature due to an arcane ritual involving a jelly fish-like deity.
Drakon (Magi The Labyrinth of Magic) fully assimilated with his household vessel spirit of Bael...
...which in turn permanently mutated him into a humanoid Dragon.
Seiryu and Kokuhyou (Magi The Labyrinth of Magic) performed full assimilation with their household vessel spirits...
...which in turn permanently mutated them into monstrous versions of Hakuryuu's Djinn Zagan and Belial.
The Children of The Branch (Tomboy) are humans mystically altered by a plant of eldritch origin. Those who partake of it or pass on its power are endowed with control over life, death and fate.
Both Tasha and Ryuhwan (Witch Hunter) were modified to generate and utilize magic internally.
Using Necromancy, the Frostmourne (World of Warcraft) induced an all-powerful curse in its wielder Arthas, transforming him into the Lich King.