- "I had to pull myself back together. Do you have any idea how hard that is?"
- ― John White/The Beast, Infamous 2
The ability to rebuild oneself after being destroyed. Variation of Resurrection and Regenerative Healing Factor. Opposite to Disassembly, Scattering and Shattering.
- Bodily Reconstitution/Reconstruction
The user will automatically reform upon destruction of the body, completely restoring their body to its former state and reconstructing every piece of their body that was out of place.
- Survive abilities such as:
- Nothingness Manipulation may still be able to defeat the user.
- Several methods (such as gunshots or stab wounds) will not trigger ability.
- In some cases, at least one component of the user's body (such as a single cell or molecule) must be intact to trigger ability.
- Weak against Dissolution.
- Contract of San Venganza (Ghost Rider)
Priscilla (Claymore) completely reforming her body after getting sliced into little pieces.
When destroyed, Undergrowth (Danny Phantom) can reform in weed-like form, taking a long time to return to normal.
Danny Phantom (Danny Phantom) reforms from being reduced to orange jelly by the Reality Gauntlet.
As Lobo (DC Comics) is banned from Death, he can reform himself from even a puddle of blood.
After accessing the New God cache of souls, Darkseid (DC Comics) gained the ability to reform himself after taking massive physical damage.
Logia Devil Fruit Eaters (One Piece) like Smoker can turn into their specific element at will and reform back into their original shape.
John White/The Beast (inFAMOUS) was able to completely reconstruct himself after being hit with a nuclear missile and after each Ray Field blast that he causes.
Alex Mercer (Prototype) in the process of reconstructing his entire body after being blown apart in a nuclear detonation.
Deoxys (Pokémon) can reconstruct its body as long as its brain is intact.
The Minions of Set (Samurai Jack) could continually reform and regenerate themselves from any attack.
As long as the nucleus in his head remains intact, Cell (Dragon Ball Z) can endlessly reform his body.
Majin Buu (Dragon Ball Z) reforming after being blown apart by Vegeta's Final Explosion.
Omega Shenron (Dragon Ball GT) reforming his body from Electric Slime after being destroyed by Goku's Dragon Fist.
Boros (One Punch Man) reforming himself after being reduced to a pulp by Saitama.
Lodestar (Ben 10: Ultimate Alien) is able to reform himself after being blown to pieces by a large explosion.
August (Fairy Tail) reforming after being diced into pieces by Gildart's Disassembly magic.
Revival Slime (Yu-Gi-Oh!) is made completely of slime and will always reform himself, regardless of the attack.
As a fluid, Guardian ÄRM, Vaqua (Marchen Awakens Romance) will always reform after being hit by a physical attack.
When Tom Turbo (Tom Turbo) gets destroyed, deactivated or dissambled, his boss can resurrect him with a special energy beam.
Mist Body (Yu-Gi-Oh!) allows any monster to transition to and from mist; allowing them to be immune to battle damage.
Tech E. Coyote (Loonatics Unleashed) reforming after being burned to ashes.
Straizo (Jojo's Bizarre Adventure) reforming after being blown up by hand grenades.