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"The best thing about being me, there's so many of me!"
― Agent Smith, The Matrix Reloaded
"I can be one or one-hundred!"
― Naruto Uzumaki, Naruto
"I'm beginning to think death is too good for you! I'm going to KILL you, CLONE you, AND KILL YOU AGAIN FOR THIS!"
― Dr. Hans Volter, Killing Floor 2

The ability to replicate oneself, others and/or objects. Sub-power of Copy Manipulation. Lesser version of Omnireplication. Not to be confused with Quantity Manipulation.

Also Called

  • Bio-Fission
  • Cloning
  • Copying
  • Doppelganger Creation/Creating
  • Duplication/Duplicating
  • Duplicate Creating/Casting
  • Clone/Duplication/Replication/Multiplication Spell
  • Duplicator Physiology
  • Form Duplication
  • Literal One Man Army
  • Multi-Body
  • Multiform
  • Multiplicity
  • Multiplication
  • Multakinesis
  • Molecular Cloning
  • Rosso Fantasma


User can instantly and perfectly replicate themselves and/or targets which can be objects or living beings, numerous times, while usually being able to recombine the clones. Most users have both of these abilities (if subconsciously), copying their clothes/equipment along with their body. Original user will normally be able to maintain control over all copies.

In case of living/sentient clones, mental/physical properties are exactly the same as the original one's, although each copy will have different experiences and may gain independent personalities over time.




  • Bilocation, also called Colocation or Multilocation: The ability for the body to appear as though in two places at once, one of a few ways. The first is most common; the body temporarily replicates the psyche or "soul-self", and the replicated soul-self (maybe numerous at a time) wanders autonomously until it is recalled (it may be projected to another location; perhaps even the Astral Realm). The second means is by psychic light refraction, so one appears to be in places that one obviously is not (similar to a three-way mirror, but possible with more than three "selves"). These selves move according to the user’s will (or his motions).
    • The user often (in fact, almost always) has a sensory, telepathic and empathic rapport with the bilocated selves and can thus detect them, suggest actions and recall them at will (they can often even use the user’s abilities; but he can’t actually mentally control those bilocated selves other than recalling them).
      • Note: The user often also has a spacial sense to perceive where they project their bilocated selves.
      • Note: This is not the same as Replication or Astral Projection; if the user dies while this ability in use, the projected self (if it is a solidified replicate of the user’s psyche) does not disappear; as it is a solidified division of the user’s psyche, it could continue the user’s life as though it were the user (with all his thoughts, memories and mannerisms).
  • Catoptric Replication: The ability to make duplicates of oneself out of reflective surfaces, such as water or mirror.
  • Doppelgänger Summoning: The user can only replicate others. One with this ability looks at/imagines an existing subject, and then psionically creates a genetic clone of them. The user may, upon creating this new body, do one of several things (only one; it depends on the user’s genetics). The user may move his spirit into this new body, leaving his old body inert until he returns to it; he may psychically control the body; or he may use it to do damage to, which in turn hurts the subject it is meant to look like (similar to the ability Psychic Voodoo).
    • Sometimes, however, the doppelgänger that is produced will have a telepathic/empathic rapport with the user, and will follow any commands the user gives, or the like.
  • Demi-Cellular Division: This form of replication results in the affected subject "splitting", much like a cell, into physical organic clones indefinitely depending on available resources. This form generally causes all clones to lack a autonomous intelligence, instead being a unit in a collective "hivemind", each clone being just one "cell" of a unified consciousness (usually that of the subject). This form benefits because if the "original" subject dies, a clone can take their place as the central point of the hivemind making the subject technically immortal as long as there is sufficient copies to take their place. If a clone is separated from the the hivemind then it can work with the autonomy and intelligence of an average human, acting as just a simple clone. This form of replications downsides dwell in the fact that the clones only possess the strength of the original and thus is only effective on a large scale (ex. army size), and the clones, being solid organic matter, cannot be made to just vanished, but can only be made to be reabsorbed.
  • Empathic Replication, also called Empathic Duplication or Empathic Copying: The ability to replicate oneself, but only by manifesting one’s emotions as separate entities. One will have a replicate exemplifying every emotion that one is capable of experiencing (or sometimes only every emotion one can think of at the time). These mental projections are then solidified and can move and act of their own volition (and will often have exaggerated attitudes based on the emotion they exemplify). They maintain a telepathic/empathic rapport with the user, as replicates often do, but they must be recalled by touch.
    • When one uses this ability, it either traps the user in the emotion he was feeling when he used the ability (permanently happy, sad, angry, etc.) or it will drain the user of all emotion, until all of the replicates he produced are recalled. If a replicate is killed, the user is then (often permanently) rendered incapable of feeling whatever emotion that replicate represented.
      • Note: This ability also automatically renders both the user and the replicates immune to emotional tampering (immunity to Psychic Intimidation, Empathic Projection, Pathokinesis, and the like) until all of the produced replicates are psionically recalled to the user’s root body.
  • Enhanced Cloning, also called Superior Cloning: The ability to create clones/copies with powers greater than their originals.
  • Kinetic Replication, also called Kinetic Copying: The ability to use the effects of motion and force to replicate oneself. One with this ability simply moves fast enough, or gets hit by non-lethal force, and the kinetic energy from the momentum creates a cast of the user. The user then psionically solidifies and animates the cast, so they can move of their own volition. Sometimes this replication can be induced by any extreme impact (so replicates are literally knocked out of the root body), or by the snap of a finger, the stamp of a foot, etc. Sometimes the replicates can just “walk out of” the root body.
  • Mechanical Replication, also called Manufactured Cloning: The ability to create robotic duplication's of oneself in a factory style mass production line. Size and shape can change dependent upon how or in what technological format the user wishes to imprint themselves at. Micromechanical doubles can spread and infect others like a virus effectively transforming others who come in contact with the robot clones into mechanized substrates of the users themselves.
  • Nemesis Cloning, also called Antithesis Duplication: the capacity to create duplicate with the power to mimic both the mindset and personal facilities of others. Right down to their abilities, equipment, knowledge and appearances as well as enabling the absorption and acquisition of said dubbilex's differing capacities. Compounding most any kind of aptitude the user already possesses on top of their collected attributes.
  • Self-Spawn, also called Conversion: The ability to replicate oneself by turning others into oneself.
  • Temporal Duplication or Temporal Replication: The ability to project differently-aged versions of oneself with one’s consciousness, or to summon them from the timeline. The user of the ability could summon past versions of oneself (called Yesterscaping) or future versions of oneself (called Yonderscaping). One with this ability could create multiple versions of oneself from one point in time, but they cannot create a version of themselves from a time they will not live up to (if the user would only live to be fifty years old, for example, then said user could not project a version of himself that was fifty-one years old or older).
    • In order to summon past/future selves, one must psychically replicate the older/younger self or selves and then summon them (an almost-instantaneous process); although this is often automatic, it can be skipped in the process, but that would in turn do extreme damage to the time stream.
  • Yin & Yang Duplication, also called Yin/Yang Duplication, Positive-Negative Duplication, Positive-Negative Division or Duality Division: The ability to duplicate oneself and/or others, but only by dividing the negative/positive sides of one’s “inner self” into separate entities. The user does not keep all of their traits in each duplicate; one is entirely positive (they may represent the good side, or just the side made up of positive energy) and the other is entirely negative (they may represent the dark side, or just the side made up of negative energy).
    • The positive and negative sides are technically both replicates; the true “root” self is when the two are together; the positive side projects positive energy (or they may have a passive, non-aggressive ability like Empathy), while the negative side projects negative energy (or they may have a harmful, aggressive ability like a Sonic Scream).



  • May be limited to replicating oneself, others or objects.
  • May have to stay in close proximity to the user.
  • The quality of the clones may get reduced to have better control or quantity, unless user has Quality Enhancement or Manipulation.
  • Clones produced may be subject to a hive mind, meaning that mentality or change thereof by one clone may also extend and affect the others.
  • There may be a limit to the number of replicates user can have at a time.
  • Replicates may have individual thought/personalities that may go cross-purpose to the original.
    • Replicates that exist for a long time and/or are away from their creator may be especially prone to this.
  • Infection or damage to a copy may return to the user upon assimilation.
  • Concentration may be required to maintain copies.
  • Pain or struggle to the original may cause the copies to become distressed as well.
  • If there are problems with the copying process, then the duplicates may have physical or mental setbacks.
  • Users may require a certain amount of energy or stamina to maintain their clones and once they run out, the duplicates may disappear.
  • If a duplicate dies or becomes injured, the pain may be inflicted on the original.
  • Dismissing a replicate may be a hard or complicated process, some may stay until they run out of energy or are destroyed.
  • May be clearly fake, with a pixel sort of look or another obvious difference.
  • Does not work against Replication Negation.
  • Replicates may be temporary.
  • Keeping the clones in existence may drain energy from the user.
  • The characteristics and condition of the clone(s), when generated, may be the same as the original i.e. if the original is in a weakened state, has any injuries, curses, etc., then the same will be true of the clone(s).
  • Certain elements/things may be unclonable, may be cloned in an inferior state, unable to be used to the same extent as the original, unable to substitute for the original etc., e.g. legendary/mythical/unique abilities, creatures, items, powers, tools, weapons.
  • The clone(s) may depend upon the consciousness, condition, and/or life of the original, i.e. if the original loses consciousness, takes too much damage, dies etc., then the clone(s) will dissipate.
  • May be involuntary and/or triggered by certain actions/emotions/etc.

Known Users

See Also: Self-Duplication.


  • Dragons (American Dragon: Jake Long)
    • Jake Long
  • Catwoman (Batman Beyond: Hush Beyond)
  • Cassidy Tailor/Flash Cut (Sleepless Domain)
  • Gwen Tennyson (Ben 10); via magic
  • Splixsons (Ben 10); Self-Replication
  • Slapback (Ben 10); Self-Replication
  • Sonorosians (Ben 10/Alien Force/Omniverse); Self-Replication
  • Nosedeenians (Ben 10/Omniverse); Self-Replication
  • Celestalsapians (Ben 10: Alien Force)
  • Kevin's Flashback Mutation (Ben 10: Omniverse)
  • Ulrich (Code Lyoko)
  • Duplication Users (Danny Phantom); Self-Replication
  • Carggites (DC Comics)
    • Luronu Durgo/Triplicate Girl/Duo Damsel
  • Multiplex (DC Comics)
  • Perpetua (DC Comics)
  • Lobo (DC Comics); via blood drops
  • Dr. Manhattan (DC Comics)
  • Kid Amazo (DC Comics)
  • Riot (DC Comics)
  • White Rabbit (DC Comics)
  • Swamp Thing (DC Comics)
  • Composite Superman (DC Comics)
  • The Batman Who Laughs/The Darkest Knight ("DC Comics")
  • Billy Numerous (Teen Titans)
  • James Madrox/Multiple Man] (Marvel Comics)
  • Catherine Mora (Marvel Comics)
  • Hydro-Man (Marvel Comics); upon his joining of the Fearsome Four
  • Quantum (Marvel Comics)
  • Doctor Strange (Marvel Comics)
  • Loki (Marvel Comics)
  • Mister Sinister (Marvel Comics)
  • Shang-Chi (Marvel Comics); Self-Replication via Origin Bomb
  • Copycat (Extinctioners)
  • Multi Man (The Impossibles)
  • Chamille (Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu)
  • Genie (Disney's Aladdin)
  • Jafar (Disney's Aladdin)
  • Wego Twins (Kim Possible); Self-Replication
  • Experiment 344 "Dupe" (Lilo & Stitch)
  • Guardians (W.I.T.C.H); via Astral Drops
  • Bender Bending Rodriguez (Futurama)
  • Danima (Sendokai Champions)
  • Sidmodius (Sendokai Champions)
  • Billy Joe Cobra (Dude, That's My Ghost)
  • Hector "High Five" Nieves (Glitch Techs); via Duplication Mod
  • Miko Kubota (Glitch Techs); via Duplication Mod
  • Dupli-Kate (Image Comics/Invincible)
  • Multi-Paul (Image Comics/Invincible)
  • Marinette Dupain-Cheng (Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir); as Multimouse
  • Mega Leech (Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir)
  • Enid (OK K.O, Let's Be Heroes!); Self-Replication
  • Mr. Green (Shock)
  • Aku (Samurai Jack)
  • Bill Cipher (Gravity Falls)
  • Rick Sanchez (Rick and Morty); via Operation Phoenix
  • Hekapoo (Star vs. the Forces of Evil); Self-Replication
  • Ragnarok (Transformers)
  • Copycat Glitches (Glitch Techs)
  • Osmosis Jones (Ozzy & Drix); via mitosis
  • Multi-Man (Super Globetrotters)
  • Brain Game (Numberjacks)
  • Jack-Jack Parr (The Incredibles); Self-Replication
  • Copybot & Pastebot (Boboiboy Galaxy); Require each other to work properly
  • Thrakkorzog (The Tick: The Animated Series)
  • The Living Doll (The Tick: The Animated Series)
  • Johnny Marrow/Replay (Static Shock)
  • Everywhere Man (The Batman); via duplication device
  • Mala Mala Jong (Xiaolin Showdown)
  • The Powerpuff Girls (The Powerpuff Girls)
  • Wilka (Kulipari)
  • Artur (Ralph Breaks the Internet)
  • Sun Wukong (Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny)
  • Macker (Totally Spies); via strand of hair
  • Vertigo (Winx Club); via Illusion Manipulation
  • Yin (Yin Yang Yo!)
  • Yang (Yin Yang Yo!)
  • Yo (Yin Yang Yo!)
  • Yuck (Yin Yang Yo!)
  • Ice Crusher (Power Players)
  • Mister Invincible (Imbattable)
  • Papa G (Kid Cosmic); via Yellow stone of power
  • Ashley Rayburn/Primer (DC Comics)
  • Paraspites (My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic)

Video Games

  • Al Mualim (Assassin's Creed); via piece of Eden
  • Ezio Auditore da Firenze (Assassin's Creed); via piece of Eden
  • Pinwheel (Dark Souls)
  • Darklurker (Dark Souls II)
  • Crystal Sage (Dark Souls III)
  • Delilah Copperspoon (Dishonored 2)
  • Emily Kaldwin (Dishonored 2); via Doppelgänger
  • Any unit with the "Replicate" Skill (Fire Emblem series)
  • Zeus (God of War 3)
  • Dr. Hans Volter (Killing Floor 2)
  • The Patriarch/Kevin Clamely (Killing Floor Series)
  • Mysterious Figure/Unknown (Kingdom Hearts)
  • Vexen (Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories)
  • Xemnas (Kingdom Hearts II)
  • Dimentio (Super Paper Mario)
  • Gemini Man (MegaMan Series)
  • Tezca Tlipoca (Soul Eater)
  • Shao Kahn (Mortal Kombat)
  • Noob Saibot (Mortal Kombat)
  • Dark Link (The Legend of Zelda)
  • Link (The Legend of Zelda); via White Sword/Four Sword
  • Magikoopas (Super Mario series)
  • Blademasters (Hero Class in Warcraft 3); via Mirror Image
  • Mage (Arcane Perk: World of Warcraft); via Mirror Image
  • Wizard (Class in Diablo 3); via Mirror Image
  • Samuro the Blademaster (Warcraft 3: The Frozen Throne; Bonus Campaign); via Mirror Image
  • Doril Magefront the Archmage (Warcraft 3: The Frozen Throne; Bonus Campaign); via Wand of Illusion
  • Amazon via Decoy (Class in Diablo 2)
  • Very Mary Bell (Land of Chaos Online)
  • Zero the Assassin (Borderland 2)
  • Mesmer (Class in Guild War 2); via Illusion skills
  • BM (Bio-Meat: Nectar)
  • Lire (Grand Chase)
  • Ayumi (Blades of Time); via Time Rewind
  • Yae Sakura (Honkai Impact 3rd)
  • Jizo Mitama (Honkai Impact 3rd)
  • Herrscher of the Logic/Walter "Welt" Yang (Honkai Impact 3rd)
  • Wispmothers (Elder Scrolls)
  • Pit via Mirror of Truth (Kid Icarus Uprising)
  • EnTaro.Tassadar (Storm of the Imperial Sanctum)
  • Baltharus the Warborn (World of Warcraft); via Summon Clone
  • Copipemon (Digimon Universe: Appli Monsters)
  • Yuuka Kazami (Touhou Project)
  • Flandre Scarlet (Touhou Project)
  • Parsee Mizuhashi (Touhou Project)
  • Suwako Moriya (Touhou Project)
  • Kanako Yasaka (Touhou Project)
  • Sakuya Izayoi (Touhou Project); via Time Manipulation
  • Suika Ibuki (Touhou Project)
  • Mamizou Futatsuiwa (Touhou Project)
  • Shinmyoumaru Sukuna (Touhou Project)
  • Kujiru Kesa (Len'en Project)
  • Poison Tea (Valkyrie Crusade)
  • Andira (Granblue Fantasy); Self-Replication
  • Double Trouble (Skylanders)
  • Mysticat (Skylanders)
  • General Gong The Hawkeye (Patapon)
  • Elektricitie (Gravity Rush 2)
  • Paper Mario (Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam); Self-Replication
  • Emil (NieR: Automata)
  • The Duplicator (Run 3)
  • Wind Dinosaurs/Small Theropods (Dinosaur King)


  • Jack-Jack (The Incredibles); Self-Replication
  • Machete Master (X-Men Origins: Wolverine)
  • Mogwai/Gremlins (Gremlins); When poured on by water
  • Loki Laufeyson (Marvel Cinematic Universe)
  • James ("Secret Society of Second-Born Royals")
  • Penny Lent (Sky High)
  • Agent Smith (The Matrix)

Live Television

  • Eames (Charmed)
  • Aldar Kose (Charmed)
  • Charun (Charmed)
  • Wizards (Wizards of Waverly Place); via Spell Casting
  • Dani (Los Protegidos)
  • Ian Randall (Smallville)
  • Mycelia (The New Legends Of Monkey)
  • Many villains (Power Rangers series)
  • Julian Dumont (Heroes)
  • Eli (Heroes)
  • M.F. Harris (Heroes Reborn)
  • Elizabeth "Z" Delgado (Power Rangers: S.P.D.)
  • Rudy (MisFits); only happens whenever he feels lost emotions for something
  • The Flesh (Doctor Who)
  • Eiji Hino/Kamen Rider OOO (Kamen Rider OOO); via Gatakiriba Combo
  • Kamen Rider Wizard (Kamen Rider Wizard); via the Copy Wizard Ring spell
  • Terracotta (Krystala TV Series)
  • Mysterons (Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons/Gerry Anderson's New Captain Scarlet)
  • Amihan (Encantadia)
  • Fox (Platoon of Power Squadron)
  • Pierre (Chica Vampiro)
  • Mimmi (Mako Mermaids)
  • Ondina (Mako Mermaids)
  • Gabriel (Supernatural); Self-Replication
  • Various Ultramen, kaiju, & aliens (Ultraman series)
  • Yuckles (Round the Twist)
  • Alisha Whitley (Marvel Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.)


  • Santiago (Andaluins)
  • Sun Wukong/Monkey (Journey to the West); via strands of his hair
  • The Multiplier (Ordinary Boy)
  • SkyDiamond (Ordinary Boy) Only on himself while in light.
  • Cloners (Red Queen)
  • Valkyrie Cain (Skulduggery Pleasant); via Magic Mirror


  • Various (Azure Striker Gunvolt)
  • Eathes (Black Cat)
  • BM (Bio-Meat: Nectar)
  • Shinobi (Naruto); via Various Clone techniques
  • Elg (Toriko)
  • Akane Kōmoto (Jitsu wa Watashi wa)
  • Avaro (Karakuri Dôji Ultimo)
  • Kortopi (Hunter x Hunter)
  • Chrollo Lucifer (Hunter x Hunter); after borrowing Kortopi ability
  • The Cloud/Nuvola flame (Reborn!)
  • Piccolo (Dragon Ball)
  • Tien (Dragon Ball)
  • Cell (Dragon Ball)
  • Beerus (Dragon Ball)
  • Users of Spirit Control (Dragon Ball)
  • Godzilla Earth (Godzilla)
  • Himeko Nonohara (Hime-chan's Ribbon); via Magic Palette
  • Headmistress (Marchen Maedchen)
  • Nico Robin (One Piece); Self-Replication
  • Raizo (One Piece); Self-Replication
  • Black Spermatozoon/Sperm (One Punch Man); Self-Replication
  • Raimeiki (Owari no Seraph)
  • Robnos (Zatch Bell!)
  • Kanchomé (Zatch Bell!)
  • Jin Mori (God of High School)
  • 666:Satan (God of High School)
  • Meliodas (The Seven Deadly Sins); via Lostvayne
  • Siegfried Hessler (Sidekicks)
  • Kuriboh (Yu-Gi-Oh!)
  • Eathes (Black Cat)
  • The Twin Card (Cardcaptor Sakura)
  • Kanade Tachibana (Angel Beats); via Guard Skill: Harmonics
  • Briar (Fairy Tail)
  • Kurumi Tokisaki (Date A Live)
  • Marina Arusu (Date A Live)
  • Misaki Sakurada (Castle Town Dandelion); via All for One
  • Utsutsu Miya (Gatchaman Crowds)
  • Tanner VanParrys (Dream Team)
  • Users of Summon (Mairimashita! Iruma-Kun)
    • Valac Clara
  • Diana (Marchen Awakens Romance)
  • Layfon Wolfstein Alseif (Chrome Shelled Regios)
  • Cloud Flame Users (Katekyo Hitman Reborn)
  • Ermes Costello (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 6: Stone Ocean) via Kiss
  • Shion Pavlichenko (Darker Than Black: Gemini of the Meteor)
  • Ectoplasm (Boku No Hero Academia)
  • Jin Bubaigawara/Twice (Boku No Hero Academia)
  • Luciana Estevez (Kekkai Sensen/Blood Blockade Battlefront)
  • Saiki (Saiki Kusuo no Ψ Nan)
  • Priscilla (Claymore)
  • Bennia (Highschool DxD)
  • Kyouko Sakura (Puella Magi Madoka Magica), in the past (her witch form Ophelia also has this)

Web Original

Web Animation

  • Ranboo (Dream SMP)
  • Blake Belladonna (RWBY); Shadow
  • Flynt Coal (RWBY); Killer Quartet
  • Sun Wukong (RWBY); via Sun


  • Mysterons (Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons/Gerry Anderson's New Captain Scarlet)

Known Objects

  • Duplicate-inator 2 (Phineas and Ferb)
  • Cloner (Aqua Teen Hunger Force)
  • The Duplicator (Calvin and Hobbes)
  • Mirror of Truth (Kid Icarus Uprising)
  • Black Kryptonite (Superman franchise)
  • Triplace (Sidekicks)
  • Ring of the Nine Dragons (Xiaolin Showdown)
  • Ring of Catsumi (Xiaolin Chronicles)
  • Foo-Plication Charm (Yin Yang Yo)
  • 3-D Printer (Camp Camp)
  • Banach-Tarski Dupla-Shrinker (Futurama)
  • Double Cherry (Super Mario)
  • Copy Machine (Gravity Falls)
  • Magic Mirror (Numberblocks)
  • Moon Rings (Mako Mermaids)
  • Key of Domination (Honkai Impact 3rd)
  • Mouse Miraculous (Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir)
  • SCP-1048 - Builder Bear (SCP Foundation)
  • The Swapper Gun (The Swapper)
  • The Hamper of Gwyddno Garanhir (Thirteen Treasures of the Island of Britian); Celtic Legend
  • Ghost Lanterns (Hero 108)
  • Everywhere Man's Device (The Batman)
  • Clone Drone (The Sims 3: Supernatural)
  • Cloning Machine (The Sims 4: Get to Work)
  • Copypasto spell (The Sims 4: Realm of Magic)
  • Duplicato spell (The Sims 4: Realm of Magic)
  • Cloning Machine (Round the Twist)
  • Black Ops Psionic Amplifier/Psi Amp (System Shock 2); limited to objects
  • Metamorphise stone (The Life and Times of Juniper Lee); limited to People
  • Harold's cloning machine (Paw Patrol)
  • Jumba's camera (Stitch!)

Known Locations




Live Television/Movies

Video Games

Web Animation