- ― Josuke Higashikata (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part IV: Diamonds are Unbreakable)
The power to repair broken objects
. Sub-power of Object Manipulation
and Physical Restoration
. Opposite to Object Negation
The user can repair broken objects.
- Larger or more complicated objects may take longer and/or more power to repair.
- May have limit to how many/big objects can be repaired.
- May have limit to how extensive damage can be repaired.
- Restoring Beam (Doraemon)
- Wands (Harry Potter)
- Horse Talisman (Jackie Chan Adventures)
- Wraith Blade (Legacy of Kain)
- Enchant Item (Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem)
- Mending Charm (Harry Potter)
- Repairio (The Sims 4: Realm of Magic)
Verdona Tennyson (Ben 10 Series) restoring a broken cup.
The Horse Talisman (Jackie Chan Adventure) can repair objects as well as people.
Trevor Belmont/Alucard (Castlevania: Lords of Shadow) using Timeless Vision to repair damaged objects in Dracula's castle.
The Reparo Charm (Harry Potter)
Drawing on Raziel's life force, the Wraith Blade (Legacy of Kain) repairs the material Soul Reaver.
The Morrigan (The Wicked + The Divine) is able to "heal" both people and objects.
Fix-It Felix (Wreck-It Ralph Series) can fix anything with his Magic Hammer.
Josuke Higashikata's Stand, Crazy/Shining Diamond (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part IV Diamonds are Unbreakable) can repair any damage done to an object.