The ability to have a physical body made of nanomachines. Technique of Nanite Manipulation. Not to be confused with Technomorphism. Opposite of Organite Physiology.

Also Called

  • Nanite Form/Physiology
  • Nanopunk Form/Mimicry/Physiology


The user's body is made up of nanomachines allowing the user to manipulate them in any way they see fit. Users can also make nanite constructs and assimilate their surroundings to create more nanomachines. 





  • The tiny robots can be hacked through computer viruses.
  • Nanobots are affected by electricity and magnetism.
  • May be vulnerable to corrosion and/or extreme temperatures.
  • Sentient nano-bytes might become to self-aware and turn against user.

Known Users

  • Joker 2.0 (The Batman)
  • Bruce Wayne/Batman the Broken (DC Comics)
  • Bruce Wayne/The Murder Machine (DC Comics)
  • T-3000 (Terminator: Genysis)
  • Alpha (Generator Rex)
  • Gabriel Rylander (Generator Rex)
  • Vision (Marvel Comics)
  • Gort (The Day The Earth Stood Still 2008 Remake)
  • Galvanic Mechamorphs (Ben 10 Series)
  • Elena Validus (Ben 10 Series)
  • Synthroids (Ben 10: Ultimate Alien)
  • Nanochips (Ben 10 Series)
  • Replicators (Stargate)
  • A.D.A.M. (Sonic the Hedgehog)
  • Nanobot (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2003 TV series)
  • The Walrider (Outlast)
  • Samantha Everheart/Hive (Whateley Academy)
  • Emeralda Kasim (Xenogears)
  • Nanobots (The Powerpuff Girls)
  • Lord of Dust (Metal Gear Survive)
  • Mechagodzilla (Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle)
  • Darkubes (Kingdom Hearts III)
  • Nanites (Adventure Time)
  • SCP-784 (SCP Foundation)
  • Bloodshot 4001AD (Valiant Entertainment)
  • Bloodfather (Valiant Entertainment)

Known Items

  • CryNet Nanosuit 1.0 and Nanosuit 2.0 (Crysis)


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