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"What is your greatest weapon?"
"My body."
― Stick and Matt Murdock (Marvel Cinematic Universe)
"Even if my flames have died down with the loss of my opponents... Did you really think that my body of steel, forged through that golden age would be broken by those trivial emotions of stemming from a mere 40 years!??"
― Ren Pa to Mou Gou (Kingdom)

The power to possess a physical condition beyond that of the peak members of their species. Sub-power of Enhanced Condition. Technique of Physical Manipulation.

Also Called

  • Augmented Body/Fitness
  • Advanced Body/Fitness
  • Enhanced Fitness
  • Enhanced Body
  • Enhanced Physical Prowess
  • Enhanced Physical Condition/Abilities
  • Heightened Body/Fitness
  • Incredible Physical Form
  • Near-Superhuman Body/Fitness
  • Nigh-Superhuman Physical Prowess
  • Semi-Superhuman Body/Fitness


The user's physical condition is above normal and peak members of their species in that verse, beyond what can be emulated via natural training and with little to no maintaining. This means that the user's strength, speed, endurance, agility, durability, stamina and reflexes are many times greater than peak members of their species.



  • Peak Human Body - User is at the highest natural physical condition that a human can reach.
  • Enhanced Body - User's physical condition may be augmented, but not to supernatural levels.
    • Type I: Strong enough to lift small cars and bend metal, fast enough to move at/beyond the speed of automobiles, durable enough to withstand being thrown off tall buildings.
    • Type II: Strong enough to lift heavy vehicles and punch through steel, fast enough to move at subsonic speeds, agile enough to leap over small buildings and dodge supersonic attacks, durable enough to withstand bullets, grenades and low-to-medium explosives.
  • Supernatural Body - User is blatantly more physically powerful than other members of their species.
  • Absolute Body - The ultimate type, the user has no limits to their physical abilities.



  • User may develop a superiority complex which can lead to underestimating opponents.
  • May include enhanced nutrition requirements.
  • Lack of mental enhancements may cause problems.

Known Users

See Also: Lightning Bruiser (Subverted #3)


  • Various Characters (Baki the Grappler)
  • Various Characters (Black Clover)
  • Honest (Akame ga Kill)
  • Members of Ackerman family (Attack On Titan)
  • Azumi (Azumi)
  • Suzaku Kururugi (Code Geass)
  • Werewolves (Dance in the Vampire Bund)
  • Vampires (Dance in the Vampire Bund)
  • Weretiger (Dance in the Vampire Bund)
  • Vampire-Werewolf Hybrid (Dance in the Vampire Bund)
  • Various Characters (Kimetsu no Yaiba)
    • Demons
  • Genestellar (Gakusen Toshi Asterisk)
  • Twilights (GANGSTA.)
  • Superhuman Normals (GANGSTA.)
  • Alexander Anderson (Hellsing series)
  • Various Characters (Jujutsu Kaisen)
  • Gen Shishio (Kekkaishi)
  • Honoka Sisters (Knights of Sidonia)
  • Various Characters (Kimetsu no Yaiba)
  • Ri Boku (Kingdom)
  • Ri Shin (Kingdom)
  • Kyou Kai (Kingdom)
  • Hou Ken (Kingdom)
  • Mou Bu (Kingdom)
  • Practitioners of the Hokuto Shin Ken/Big Dipper God Fist (Fist of the Blue Sky/Fist of the North Star)
  • Mash Burnedead (Mashle: Magic and Muscles)
  • Various Characters (Nagasarete Airantou)
  • Morte Asherah (Sands of Destruction)
  • Supublics (Sidekicks)
  • Ghouls (Tokyo Ghoul)
  • Half-Humans (Tokyo Ghoul)
  • Satoru Gojo (Jujutsu Kaisen)
  • Torasawa "Torako" Aiko ( Torako, Anmari Kowashicha Damedayo)
  • Zahard Princesses (Tower of God)
  • Zatch Bell (Zatch Bell); with Rauzaruk spell
  • Issei Hyoudou (Highschool DxD)
  • Cao Cao (Highschool DxD)
  • Genshirou Saji (Highschool DxD)



  • Garnet (Steven Universe)
  • Agent Bishop (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
  • Rex Salazar (Generator Rex)
  • Adam (The Hollow)

Live Television

  • Users of Mirakuru (Arrow)
  • Aman Dhillon (A Flying Jatt)
  • Theo Galavan/Azrael (Gotham); via resurrection
  • Michael Wiseman (Now and Again)
  • Alphas (Teen Wolf)
  • Werewolves (Teen Wolf)
  • Chimeras (Teen Wolf)
  • Werecoyotes (Teen Wolf)
  • Werejaguars (Teen Wolf)
  • Werewolves (The Vampire Diaries/The Originals); in human form


  • Conan (Conan the Barbarian)
  • Shape-Shifters or "Werewolves" in wolf form (Twilight)
  • Lycans (Underworld)


  • Loriens (Lorien Legacies)
  • Cris (The Golden Man)
  • Keill Randor (Last Legionary)

Video Games

  • Agents (Crackdown)
  • The Dragonborn (The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim); via Dragon Aspect Shout and various potions, spells and Perks
  • Protagonist characters (Fallout series); via various perks
  • Point Man (F.E.A.R. Series)
  • Antlion Guards (Hλlf-Life 2 series)
  • Antlion Guardian (Hλlf-Life 2: Episode Two)
  • Hunters (Hλlf-Life 2: Episode Two)
  • Conduits (inFAMOUS series)
  • Cole McGrath (inFAMOUS series)
  • Delsin Rowe (inFAMOUS: Second Son)
  • Miranda Lawson (Mass Effect)
  • Quiet (Metal Gear); when utilising "the one that covers"
  • Jack Morrison/Soldier 76 (Overwatch)
  • Gabriel Reyes/Reaper (Overwatch)
  • Multi-Grenade Ogres (Quake: Dissolution of Eternity)
  • Tex (Red vs Blue)
  • Albert Wesker (Resident Evil series)

Web Animation

  • Gooseman (Greasy Moose)

Web Comic

Web Original

Known Objects

  • Calypso Serum (Marvel Comics)
  • Super-Soldier Serum (Marvel Comics)
  • Infinity Formula (Marvel Comics)
  • Mirakuru Serum (Arrow)






Video Games

Web Animations

Web comics