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|caption = Charlotte Brûlée (One Piece) uses her Mira Mira no Mi to create similar appearances on herself or on other targets like animals.
 
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*May be limited to a certain number of people.
 
*May be limited to a certain number of people.
 
*Some targets may be immune.
 
*Some targets may be immune.
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==Known Users==
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*[[w:c:fairlyoddparents:Cosmo|Cosmo]] aand [[w:c:fairlyoddparents:Wanda|Wanda]] (''The Fairly Oddparents'')
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*[[w:c:onepiece:Charlotte Brûlée|Charlotte Brûlée]] (''One Piece''); via [[w:c:onepiece:Mira Mira no Mi|Mira Mira no Mi]]
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*[[w:c:regularshow:Susan|Susan]] (''Regular Show'')
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*[[w:c:seuss:Sylvester McMonkey McBean|Sylvester McMonkey McBean/Fix-It-Up Chappie]] (''The Sneetches and Other Stories''); via Star-On/Star Off Machine
 
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Revision as of 02:06, July 26, 2018

The power to induce similarities. Sub-power of Similarity Manipulation. Variation of Inducement.

Also Called

  • Commonness Inducement
  • Similarity Induction

Capabilities

The user can induce similarities onto other people, objects, places or concepts, causing them to share something in common with each other.

Association

Limitations

  • May be limited to certain types of similarities.
  • May be limited to a certain number of people.
  • Some targets may be immune.

Known Users

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