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(Sound can't travel faster than sound. Had to get rid of Supersonic Flying, sorry.)
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*[[Sonic Velocity]]
 
*[[Sonic Velocity]]
 
*[[Soundwave Perception]]
 
*[[Soundwave Perception]]
*[[Supersonic Flying]]
 
 
*[[Thermal Resistance]]
 
*[[Thermal Resistance]]
 
*[[Voice Manipulation]]
 
*[[Voice Manipulation]]

Revision as of 22:17, December 23, 2012

The power to physically transform into a sound. Variation of Air Mimicry, technique of Sound Manipulation.

Also Called

  • Noise Form/Noise Mimicry
  • Sonic Form/Sound Form
  • Sonic Mimicry

Capabilities

User is able to transform their body completely into sound. Users transformed form can be either anatomically identical to their normal form, aside of being made of sound, in which case it contains all to organs and is somewhat vulnerable to attacks. Alternately user can transform into homogenous matter, without any part of their form being more important than the other.

Applications

Variations

  • Infrasonic Sound Mimicry (Infrasonic Mimicry, Infrasonic Form): User may transform into sound a frequency lower than normal humans can hear.
  • Ultrasonic Sound Mimicry (Ultrasonic Mimicry, Ultrasonic Form): User may transform into sound a frequency higher than normal humans can hear.

Associations

Limitations

  • Soundproof surfaces are immune to the effects of this ability
    • A room or other container paneled in soundproof surfaces can be used to imprison a user of this ability (until/unless they can revert to human form)
  • If the user has no control over this ability, the following can happen:
    • Body may exude a constant hum (or a constant chaotic mix of sounds)
    • One may produce a sound lower or higher than desired
    • Form may be permanent
    • Body may constantly move at the speed of sound
    • (In worst cases) Body may disperse into ambient air
  • Though the user does not need to eat, drink or sleep in this form, sound requires a transmission medium of solid, liquid, gas or plasma to exist.

Known Users

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