The power to project a beam of solar energy/substances. Sub-power of Solar Attacks. Variation of Beam Emission. Opposite to Lunar Beam Emission.

Also Called

  • Solar Beam Projection
  • Sun Beam Emission/Projection


Users are able to gain power from a source of solar energy/substances from a sun, concentrate it into a single point, and project it in the form of a beam of destructive force that is capable of incinerating anything unfortunate to be within its range.

Depending on the type of sun the user absorbs energy from, the beam's power can be varied.




  • May require solar energy from a source.
  • May require time to charge.
  • Control is essential.
  • Power and range of the beam could vary depending on the type of sun.

Known Users

  • Petsuchos (Age of Mythology)
  • Legendary Aquarion (Aquarion Evol)
  • Norris (Chrono Cross)
  • Kryptonians (DC Comics)
  • Daxamites (DC Comics)
    • Lar Gand/Mon-El
  • Starfire (DC Comics)
  • Blackfire (DC Comics)
  • Sunflowmon (Digimon)
  • Nuova Shenron (Dragon Ball GT)
  • King Caesar (Godzilla)
  • Titan/Arion Zimmerman (The Guardians Saga)
  • Luke Collins (Heroes Reborn)
  • Arabia Fats (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part III: Stardust Crusaders); via Sun
  • Shiro Yoshida/Sunfire (Marvel Comics)
  • King (Nanatsu no Taizai); via Chastiefol Form Four
  • Renga (Naruto)
  • Pokémon that can learn "Solar Beam" (Pokémon)
  • Grana (Psyren)
  • Ra (Samurai Jack)
  • Gawain (TYPE-MOON)
  • Ozymandias (TYPE-MOON)
  • Captain Sunshine (Venture Bros.)
  • Apollo (WildStorm/DC Comics)
  • Stella (Winx Club)
  • Clioneman (Ultimate Muscle)
  • Prisman (Yu-Gi-Oh Capsule Monsters)
  • Ragnarok (Ben 10: Alien Force)


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