The power to make targets to shatter. Opposite to Reforming. Not to be confused with Disintegration.
User can cause targets (whether living or not) shatter regardless of their hardness or condition.
- May not work on living beings.
- May only work at a certain distance.
- Won't break down an object to dust, only shatter them into fragments.
- May need to conserve a certain distance, as the user could harm themselves from the fragments.
- Gura Gura no Mi (One Piece)
- The Breaking Point (Steven Universe)
- Shatter Stone (Sofia the First)
- Staff of Fragmentation (Bionicle)
Huey (Project ARMS) releasing hypersonic vibrations body to shatter and disintegrate his victims at a molecular level.
Clark (Project ARMS) releasing hypersonic vibrations to shatter and disintegrate his victims at a molecular level.
Jabberwock (Project ARMS) releasing hypersonic vibrations body to shatter and disintegrate his victims at a molecular level, even the vibration-resistant Successors.
Anji Yūkyūzan (Rurouni Kenshin) teaching Sanosuke Sagara the Futae no Kiwami, which shatters the target via a double simultaneous strike that negates resistance.
Anji Yūkyūzan (Rurouni Kenshin) applying the Futae no Kiwami onto the village chief's head, shattering it and sending brains splattering all over the place.
Saitama (One-Punch Man) shatters Hammerhead's armor.
Willow Rosenberg (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) using shatter spell on mirror.
Scott Summers/Cyclops (Marvel Comics)
Richard Rider/Nova (Marvel Comics) shatters living diamond.
Cologne (Ranma ½) demonstrates Tenketsu/Braking Point.
The Breaking Point (Steven Universe) would shatter the gemstones of alien Gems.
Trevor (Heroes) causes a glass to shatter.
Amber (Sofia the First) holding a Shatter Stone. As its name implies, the stone can shatter anything with only three taps.