- Inexistent Object Manipulation
The user is capable of either creating, materializing, or otherwise obtaining objects that don't exist and interacting with them in some way and/or controlling them. The user has partial or complete control over any object created this way's status of existence, and they can cause it to become existent or partially existent at will, as well as returning it to the state of nonexistence. The user can control the level of how much objects are existent or nonexistent:
- Physical Nonexistence: The object is not physically present, rendering others (and possibly the user) incapable of interacting with it. Individual aspects of the object may exist while others do not, allowing it to interact with the world in odd ways.
- Perceptive Nonexistence: The object maintains its physicality and all aspects of itself, but all traces of its existence are absent or hidden from other entities.
- Complete Nonexistence: The object is rendered completely nonexistent in both physical form and perception by other beings.
- Selective Nonexistence: The object only exists, either physically or perceptually, to certain beings specified by the user.
The user is partially or fully immune to these states of nonexistence, allowing them to interact with and perceive these objects.
- Attribute Manipulation over nonexistent objects.
- Creation (Some users may be able to create nonexistent objects.)
- Existence Inducement
- Non-Physical Interaction
- Nonexistence via restoring nonexistent objects to the state of nonexistence.
- Nothingness Manipulation via controlling that which isn't there.
- Nothingness Attacks via attacking using that which isn't there.
- Object Manipulation
- Partial Existence Inducement
- Perception Removal by rendering an object perceptively nonexistent.
- Resurrection via returning nonexistent beings to existence.
- Users of Nothingness Manipulation may be able to control nonexistent objects, possibly negating or overruling the user's control.
- Nonexistent objects may be incapable of interacting with reality.
- Since this is a reality-altering ability, it can be neutralized by Reality Alteration Negation and Reality Perception.
- The user may not be able to manipulate the state of a nonexistent object and only interact with them.
- The user may only be able to manipulate the state of an object's existence and not actually be able to interact with it while it is nonexistent.
- Nonexistent objects may lack some functionality even when made fully existent.
- User may be limited to controlling only objects that previously existed and were made nonexistent.
- User may only be able to manipulate certain nonexistent objects.
- Emporio Alniño (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part VI: Stone Ocean); via Burning Down the House