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"Reality has exiled me. I am no longer bound by its laws."
― Ixidor, Reality Sculptor (Magic: The Gathering)
"Reality is often disappointing. That is, it was. Now, reality can be whatever I want."
― Thanos (Avengers: Infinity War)
― Charlie The Unicorn

The power to manipulate reality. Form/Expression of Nigh Omnipotence. Opposite of Unreality Manipulation.

Also Called

  • Actuality Manipulation
  • Elseworld Creation (Arrowverse)
  • Essokinesis/Ontokinesis/Realitokinesis
  • Existential State Manipulation
  • Objective Reality Distortion
  • Objective Manipulation/Warping
  • Reality Alteration/Bending/Control/Distortion/Manipulation/Overwriting (SCP Foundation)


Users can create, shape, and manipulate reality, the sum or aggregate of all that is real or existent within a system, just by thinking about it; while weaker users are limited to what is already considered "real," stronger ones can make changes from nothing. Depending on the power of a reality warper, they may alter something as tangible as physics and the universe to something inconceivable like logic.

The way the power actually works is when the user controls the very existential state of anything depending on their proficiency, regardless of whether or not the entity in question is an object or subject, among so many or most others depending on their power scale. It can range from transmogrifying objects or subjects into something different, altering the laws of reality, logic, and physics, creating things out of thin air, to even outright erasing it on the spot.

Any and all scientific or natural laws such as biology, causality, physics, or even time, – they no longer apply to the user. Yes, for all intents and purposes, a Reality Warper can literally do anything they want. Anything.

The key issue here is how far one can take this. A character with a mild form of this power may be able to fly by negating the effect of gravity on himself/herself. A major case of this may be able to hiccup and accidentally tear the space-time continuum. High-end Reality Warpers tend to be related to the setting itself, such as being one of the sentient cosmic laws. For the really high-end ones, see The Omnipotent.

Running into characters with such powers can be incredibly chancy. Arguing with the more powerful ones may well be futile, especially since they can literally reject your reality and substitute their own.

Application (General)

Application (Details)


  • Ability Creation - Basic/medium users can create several abilities and powers for themselves or others by changing their personal reality.
    • Ability Mastering - Can master most of their abilities by just turning itself experient.
    • Ability Nexus - Usually is the main connection between superpowers since they depend entirely on existence.
    • Complete Arsenal - Usually most powerful users can easily have any and all powers at their disposal.
    • Meta Ability Creation - Strong users can create literally any power for themselves or others by changing their personal reality.
    • Meta-Teaching - Can teach anything to anyone, including themselves such as talents, skills, abilities, knowledges etc.
      • Meta-Learning - Advanced users can learn absolutely anything they desire.
  • Alternate Reality Creation - Can create completely new alternative realities at their choice.
  • Cosmic Creation - Advanced users can create vast cosmic creations, such as planets, stars or even galaxies.
  • Empathic Creation - Can create things out of emotions or emotional energy.
  • Imagination Manifestation - Can manifest and bring imaginations into reality.
  • Life Manipulation - Can manipulate life of beings, such as people, animals, plants, monstes and possibly supernatural beings.
    • Life Creation - Can create life out of nothing if powerful enough by simply making it a reality.
  • Reality Constructs - Can create constructs out of layers of reality or reality energies.
  • Reality Creation - Can create entire realities within the same reality.
  • Reality Defense - Can defend themselves using reality layers or reality energy.
  • Reality Solidification - Can solidify reality energies into solid material.
  • Personal Reality/Universe- Users Can freely control their personal reality/Universe distinct from the objective external existence.


  • Cosmic Destruction - Can cause destruction scalar to cosmic level if powerful enough, such as planetary, stellar or even destruction of galaxies.
  • Energy Erasure - Can simply make energy unreal/not real.
  • Reality Attacks - Can attack with varying degrees of reality effects upon target.
  • Space-Time Destruction - Can destroy the local space-time fabric if powerful enough.
  • Total Event Collapse - Extreme powerful users can cause full collapse of existence/reality, leading to absolute destruction of everything within it, even the concept itself.


  • Infinite Supply - Some users can have an infinite supply of everything they need by warping reality to do so.
  • Omnifarious - Powerful users can transform/shapeshift into anything they want.
  • Reality Condition - Advanced users can make their conditioning so inconceivable that distinct themselves from natural logic of reality.
  • Reality Defiance - Some users can interact with things that are not inside a local reality, such as fiction, fantasy, dreams etc, thus defying reality.
  • Reactive Adaptation - Can adapt to any reality scenario they face.


  • Other:
    • Illusion Manipulation - Some users can achieve illusion manipulation by transforming reality into illusion and vice versa as they wish.
    • Paradox Manipulation - Extremely powerful reality warpers ignores all rules and logic to accomplish the feats.
    • Reality Anchoring - Some users are unaffected by reality altering abilities.
    • Reality Separation - While others go out of the entire reality concept itself.
    • Reality Sundering - Some users can rip reality apart.
    • Reality Restoration - Experienced users can restore reality to its natural state unchanged.
    • Reality Perception - Usually users can perceive the true state of reality beyiond illusions and other deceptive ability-sense of reality.



Power Level

  • Basic-Level Users
    • Users of this stage cannot entirely break the laws of physics, but they can bend them, such as running on vertical walls. They are the weakest of reality warpers, being severely limited, and are debatable to being called "Reality Warpers".
  • Advanced-Level Users
    • Users of this can mimic animated characters. Users of this level of power can perform a seemingly impossible feat (e.g. producing a mallet out of thin air). Some may be able to impose their laws onto others.
  • Expert-Level Users
    • Users of this power level are a very powerful force to be reckoned with. They can manipulate physics, allowing them to not only bend but even break the laws of physics. Being the general form of reality warper, 'Physics Manipulators' can invent their physical laws and impose them on the rest of the universe.
  • Master-Level Users
    • Users of this power level are a very powerful beings. They can control the very rules of logic and reason to perform feats that are not only impossible but also inconceivable. They are so powerful, they may appear to be nigh omnipotent.
  • Ultimate-Level Users
    • These are the strongest among other reality warpers. Users in this category possess unfathomable power beyond any reason, logic and understanding. These kind of reality warpers are generally the ultimate being or strongest being of their verse as they are so powerful, they can do anything no matter how impossible, since their reality overrides any other or in other words they have Metapotence.



Universal Differences

  • In Marvel Comics, reality warpers/manipulators affect the atomic structure of matter as well as energy (much like all kinds of Matter Manipulating powers) to affect reality; non-Marvel Comics basis actually revolves around altering the existential state of things. This is just because Marvel has their own subjective view of how this power might be used and do not hate them for this different perspective on reality warping.

Known Users

See Also: Reality Warper.



  • Uriel (Bastard!!)
  • God Hand (Berserk)
  • Emperor Ganishka (Berserk); via Shiva form
  • Idea of Evil (Berserk)
  • The Doctor (Black Cat); only his own Warp World
  • Aureolus Izzard (A Certain Magical Index)
  • Orihime Inoue (Bleach); via Reality Rejection
  • Gremmy Thoumeaux (Bleach); via Mentifery
  • Yhwach (Bleach); after assimilating the Soul King
  • Hei (Darker than Black); Only within Hell's Gate or when extremely angry
  • Mio Takamiya (Date A Live); via Ain Soph
  • Sir Isaac Ray Pelham Westcott (Date A Live); via Belial
  • Itsuka Shido ("Date a live Vol 20); via Ain Soph
  • Akuto Sai (Demon King Daimao)
  • Demonbane (Demonbane)
  • Nyarlathotep (Demonbane)
  • Ryo Asuka/Satan (Devilman)
  • X (DICE: The Cube That Changes Everything); via the Final Die
  • Nono (Diebuster)
  • Shenron (Dragon Ball); via Wish Granting
  • Super Shenron (Dragon Ball Super); via Absolute Wish
  • Angels (Dragon Ball Super)
  • Porunga (Dragon Ball Z); via Wish Granting
  • Janemba (Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn)
  • Archer (Fate/stay night); called Reality Marble
  • Shirou Emiya (Fate/stay night); called Reality Marble
  • Alexander the Great (Fate/Zero); called Reality Marble
  • Ginji Amano (GetBackers)
  • Guu (Hare + Guu)
  • Labra (Jewelpet series)
  • Rena Saito (Kanojo To Himitsu To Koimoyou); Limited to once a day.
  • Mr. VTR (Kinnikuman)
  • Eucliwood Hellscythe (Kore wa Zombie Desu Ka?)
  • Libertà (La storia della Arcana Famiglia)
  • Hadou Gods (Masadaverse)
  • Misogi Kumagawa (Medaka Box)
  • Ajimu Najimi (Medaka Box)
  • Haruhi Suzumiya (The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya); via Pathifery
  • Yuki Nagato (The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya)
  • Akasha/Akashic Records (Nasuverse)
  • Lilith (Neon Genesis Evangelion)
  • Noein (Noein: To Your Other Self)
  • Haruka Kaminogi (Noein: To Your Other Self)
  • Electra Roberts (Paradox Saga)
  • Vashun (Paradox Saga)
  • Pandora (Re:Zero - Starting Life in Another World)
  • Hikaru (The Red Team)
  • Sailor Moon (Sailor Moon)
  • Most Deities (Saint Seiya)
  • Lain Iwakura (Serial Experiments Lain)
  • Kami Tenchi (Tenchi Muyo!)
  • Z (Tenchi Muyo!)
  • The Chousin (Tenchi Muyo!)
  • The Counter-Actor (Tenchi Muyo!)
  • Phantaminum (Tower of god ); via Axis users
  • Arcueid Brunestud (Tsukihime); called Marble Phantasm
  • Beatrice (Umineko: When They Cry)
  • Virgilia (Umineko: When They Cry)
  • Eva-Beatrice (Umineko: When They Cry)
  • Maria Ushiromiya (Umineko: When They Cry)
  • Battler Ushiromiya (Umineko: When They Cry)
  • Bernkastel (Umineko: When They Cry)
  • Lambdadelta (Umineko: When They Cry)
  • Featherine Augustus Aurora (Umineko: When They Cry)
  • Takeo Sasaki (X-Men: The Anime)
  • Experiment 610 "Witch" (Stitch!)
  • Arthur Pendragon (Nanatsu no Taizai)
  • Cyanixe (Cyanixe's Domain)

Live Television/Movies

  • Cyvus Vail (Angel)
  • Betelgeuse (Beetlejuice)
  • Vengeance Demons (Buffy the Vampire Slayer); via Wish Granting
  • Poltergeists (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
  • Prue Halliwell (Charmed); As the nexus of the All
  • Angels of Destiny (Charmed)
  • The Tribunal (Charmed)
  • The Cleaners (Charmed)
  • Avatars (Charmed)
  • Genies (Charmed); via Wish Granting
  • Wyatt Halliwell (Charmed)
  • Billie Jenkins (Charmed)
  • The Strangers (Dark City)
  • John Murdock (Dark City)
  • The Guardians of Time (Doctor Who)
  • The Trickster and his Brigade (Doctor Who/The Sarah Jane Adventures)
  • Mr. Nobody (Doom Patrol)
  • Emma Alonso (Every Witch Way)
  • Kayako Saeki (Ju-On/The Grudge franchise)
  • Narutaki (Kamen Rider Decade)
  • Users/wielders of Forbidden Fruit (Kamen Rider Gaim)
  • Jareth (Labyrinth)
  • Trick/The Blood King (Lost Girl); via writing in his own blood
  • Nathan Young (Misfits)
  • Casanova Frankenstein (Mystery Men); via the Psycho Frakulator
  • Reverend Henry Kane/The Beast (Poltergeist series); via Uncertainty Manipulation
  • Jeggorabax Energy Entity (The Sarah Jane Adventures)
  • Q (Star Trek)
  • Amara (Supernatural)
  • God (Supernatural)
  • Archangels (Supernatural)
  • Demons (Supernatural)
  • Deities (Supernatural)
  • Angels (Supernatural)
  • Witches (Supernatural)
  • Howard (Supernatural); via Fear Manifestation
  • Fred Jones (Supernatural); via Psycho Warping
  • Fairies (Supernatural)
  • Jesse Turner (Supernatural); via Faithifery
  • Tricksters (Supernatural)
  • Loki (Supernatural)
  • Anthony Fremont (The Twilight Zone)
  • Bullton (Ultraman series)
  • Adam Young (Good Omens); formerly
  • Allison Hargreeves/Number Three/The Rumor (The Umbrella Academy)
  • Lila Pitts/Number Eight (The Umbrella Academy) via Power Mimicry
  • Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch (Marvel Cinematic Universe) via Chaos Magic


  • Crayak (Animorphs)
  • The Drode (Animorphs)
  • Ellimist (Animorphs)
  • Shapers (The Kingkiller Chronicles)
  • Maliki (Maliki)
  • Universe (Maliki)
  • Members of the royal family of Amber and their descendants (Chronicles of Amber)
  • Little Pete (Gone)
  • Madman (The Nightside)
  • Firefight/Megan Tarash (The Reckoners Series)
  • Asmodeus (Shadowhunter Chronicles)
  • Dark One (The Wheel of Time)
  • Hiro Nakamura (Heroes)
  • Peter Petrelli (Heroes)
  • Arthur Petrelli (Heroes)
  • Tommy Clark (Heroes)
  • Arnold (Heroes)
  • Xchara (Underverse)
  • Xgaster (Underverse)


  • Tricky, Auditor, Jebus (Madness Combat); via Improbability drive
  • Alastor (Hazbin Hotel); via Voodoo Magic/Demon Abilities
  • Bill cipher (Gravity Falls)
  • Reality Warping users (Danny Phantom)
    • Danny Fenton/Phantom; via the Reality Gauntlet
    • Desiree; via wish granting
    • Freakshow; via the Reality Gauntlet
    • Ghost Writer; via narration
    • Tucker Foley; via the Scarab Scepter
  • Richard Watterson (The Amazing World of Gumball); via getting a job
  • Rob (The Amazing World of Gumball); via the Universal Remote
  • Gumball (The Amazing World of Gumball); via the Universal Remote
  • Anodites (Ben 10); limited control
    • Verdona Tennyson
  • Celestialsapiens (Ben 10: Ultimate Alien)
  • Fairies (The Fairly OddParents); via Wish Granting
  • World (Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends)
  • Bill Cipher (Gravity Falls)
  • Jack-Jack Parr (The Incredibles)
  • Ray Thompson (Justice League)
  • The Chaos Beast (Martin Mystery)
  • Discord (My Little Pony series)
  • Him (The Powerpuff Girls)
  • Butters Stotch (South Park); when in Imaginationland
  • Kyle Broflovski (South Park)
  • Flying Dutchman (SpongeBob SquarePants)
  • Lord Poltergeist (SpongeBob SquarePants)
  • Dwayne McCall (Static Shock/DCAU)
  • Experiment 610 "Witch" (Stitch!)
  • The Warden (Superjail)
  • The Twins (Superjail)
  • nosyarG kciD/Larry (Teen Titans)
  • Lord Simultaneous (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
  • Ultimate Daimyo (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
  • Ultimate Drako (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
  • Demon Shredder (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2003 TV series)
  • Uncle Grandpa (Uncle Grandpa)
  • Black Hat (Villainous)
  • Lillian Hale (W.I.T.C.H)
  • Yin (Yin Yang Yo); via Chaos Magic
  • Yang (Yin Yang Yo); via Chaos Magic
  • Yo (Yin Yang Yo); via Chaos Magic
  • Wuya (Xiaolin Showdown)

Video Games

  • Terumi Yuuki (BlazeBlue); via Phenomena Intervention
  • Jedah Dohma (Darkstalkers)
  • Kain as Scion of Balance (Legacy of Kain)
  • Mundus (Devil May Cry)
  • Fu (Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2)
  • Giygas (Earthbound)
  • Daedra Princes and Gods (The Elder Scrolls)
  • DIO, Gone To Heaven/Heaven Ascension DIO (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Jojo's Bizarre Adventures Eyes of Heaven); via Star Platinum Over Heaven
  • Tisiphone (God of War)
  • Herrscher of the Void (Honkai Impact 3rd)
  • Herrscher of the Ocean (Honkai Impact 3rd)
  • Macrosaurus (Kaiju Combat)
  • Star Dream (Kirby: Planet Robobot)
  • Lor Starcutter (Kirby’s Return to Dream Land)
  • The Three Golden Goddesses (The Legend of Zelda)
  • Sackboy (LittleBigPlanet)
  • Kurome Ankokuboshi (Megadimension Neptunia VII)
  • Emperor Vigoor (Ninja Gaiden)
  • Trenia (Nipponverse)
  • Takuto Maruki (Persona 5: The Royal)
  • Unown (Pokémon); in large numbers
  • Lucifer (Shin Megami Tensei)
  • Micheal (Shin Megami Tensei)
  • Demiurge (Shin Megami Tensei)
  • YHVH (Shin Megami Tensei)
  • Philemon and Nyarlathotep (Shin Megami Tensei: Persona)
  • Alessa Gillespie (Silent Hill)
  • Dreamcatcher (Skylanders)
  • Brain (Skylanders)
  • Solaris (Sonic the Hedgehog 2006)
  • Alf-Layla-Wa-Layla (Sonic and the Secret Rings)
  • Darkspine Sonic (Sonic and the Secret Rings)
  • Infinite (Sonic Forces)
  • Mysterio (Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions); via the Tablet of Order and Chaos
  • The Hero (Titan Quest)
  • Yukari Yakumo (Touhou Project)
  • Brush Master (Valkyrie Crusade)
  • Loki (Valkyrie Crusade)
  • The Wave of Existence (Xenogears)
  • Monika (Doki Doki Literature Club!)
  • Steve (Minecraft); via Commands
  • Robloxians (ROBLOX)
  • Spirit (Friday Night Funkin)

Web Original

  • Colin The Computer (Don't Hug Me I'm Scared)
  • The Lamp (Don't Hug Me I'm Scared)
  • Various Creatures (Trevor Henderson Mythos) via Aura
  • The Glitch (The Fear Mythos)
  • Various Characters (SCP Foundation)
  • Various Creatures (Trevor Henderson Mythos)
  • Trollge (Creepypasta)


  • The Awakened (Mage: The Awakening)
  • Coyote (Gunnerkrigg Court)
  • Darkiplier (Markiplier)
  • Wilfred Warfstache (Markiplier)
  • The Colonel (Who Killed Markiplier?)
  • The pink & blue unicorn (Charlie The Unicorn)
  • The Demonic Cubes (Charlie The Unicorn)

Known Objects


  • Improbability drive (Madness Combat)
  • Meldar Prime's matrix cufflinks (The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius - Win, Lose and Kaboom!)
  • Reality Gauntlet (Danny Phantom)
  • Scarab Scepter (Danny Phantom)
  • The Mask of Loki (Dark Horse Comics)
  • Bonkerton Comet (Grojband)
  • The Cosmic Cube (Marvel Comics)
  • Reality Gem (Marvel Comics)
  • The Ladybug and Cat Miraculouses (Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir)
  • The Power (Regular Show)
  • Control Freak's remote control (Teen Titans)
  • The Time Scepter (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2003 TV series)
  • The War Staff (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2003 TV series)
  • Universal Remote (The Amazing World of Gumball)
  • Remote control (Tracey McBean)

Video Games

  • Portable Improbability Drive, Sheriff's Improbability Drive, Improbability Drive Management (Madness Combat)
  • Two Soul Reaver (Legacy of Kain)
  • Hylden Gylphs (Legacy of Kain)
  • Chaos Emeralds (Sonic series)
  • Phantom Ruby (Sonic series)
  • Command block (Minecraft)
  • Master Crown (Kirby’s Return to Dream Land)
  • Monster 5 (Spooky's Jumpscare Mansion)
  • Spooky (Spooky's Jumpscare Mansion)


  • The Jumanji Game Board (Jumanji)
  • Reality Stone (Marvel Cinematic Universe)
  • The Mask (The Mask)
  • Psycho-frakulator (Mystery Men)
  • The Zathura Game Board (Zathura)


Known Places




Video Games

Live Television/Movies

Web Animation