The ability to project seductive thoughts into subconscious and/or otherwise seduce subjects. A sub-power of Subliminal Messaging.

Also Called

  • Psychic Seduction
  • Seduction
  • Subliminal Sexuality
  • Sexual Frenzy


User can project seductive thoughts to the minds of others, can speak with subliminal seductive power behind each word, and stimulate the brain's pleasure centers by touch, voice or thought. This can be used to attract and seduce any subject one desires, because the subject receiving the thoughts would believe they were the ones thinking them.


  • Seduce anyone of your sexual orientation, or who you find attractive (regardless of gender, as long as they are at least humanoid)
  • Your touch and voice are pleasing and attractive.
  • May be accompanied by the ability to psychically perceive sexual orientation, sexual attraction, sexual thoughts and sexual pleasure.
  • Manipulating, attracting and persuading people.
  • Eternally youthful.
  • Can get anything you want.
  • Always know what sexually attracts, seduces and pleases pleases.
  • Become stunningly beautiful (people like you and find it very hard to strike you)


  • Doesn't work on everyone (those with no emotions, perspicuity, etc.)
  • If the user has no control over the ability, the following can happen:
    • May have to face having thousands of people coming up to you a day
    • May attract people of the same gender, as well
    • May only work on the gender you're not attracted to, or only on another species such as insects or animals (though rare, it can and does happen)
    • Every touch may psychically stimulate pleasure or sexual arousal (you could never have normal social interaction again)
    • May develop sexual addiction (nymphomania for females; satyromania for males) or a total sexual aversion (due to being overly sexualized all the time)
      • May be constantly sexually aroused, or may lose ability to become sexually aroused

Known Users

  • Aphrodite (Greek Mythology)
  • Eros (Greek Mythology)
  • Love, lust and sexuality gods (Mythology)
  • Fae-born (Folklore)
  • Boa Hancock (One Piece)
  • Ashleigh Goodling (Jenny Pox/The Paranormals)
  • Venus (The Tick)
  • Morrigan and Lilith Aensland (DarkStalkers)
  • Alisha Bailey (Misfits); upon physical contact
  • C.C (Code Geass)
  • Werewolves and werewolf-chameleons (Shadow Falls)
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