The power to manipulate the in-between space. Sub-power of Spatial Manipulation. Variation of Dimensional Manipulation. Not to be confused with Interspatial Manipulation.

Also Called

  • In-Between Space Manipulation
  • Subspace Bending/Manipulation/Warping


User can create, shape and manipulate subspace — a dimensional space exists as part of the normal 3rd dimensional space. In general, this refers to the 11th dimension, but more specifically, it can be a pocket dimension created by the user, which is loosely connected to the normal world.

Universal Difference

Normal Spatial Manipulation controls the normal subspace to certain levels, mainly to use this "inside space" to link two points of 3rd dimensional space together for portals and spatial movements. This ability differs in that it controls the "inside space" alone, as a Personal Domain; this allows them to control the goings-on inside the dimension, but cannot affect normal space outside.

Unlike Space-Time Manipulation, the user does not have access to the fourth dimension (time), and therefore, cannot travel through time.



  • Pocket Dimension Creation: Create a new, personal subspace dimension.
  • Spatial Mimicry: Warp parts of the bodies into subspace, leaving only a visual of their forms in the 3rd dimension, akin to a hologram, effectively becoming intangible.
    • Dimensional Slicing: User attacks by shifting between the 3rd and 11th dimensions repeatedly in a saw fashion, slicing through matter.
  • Spatial Rift: Using the subspace to connect two spaces in the third dimension.
  • Spatial Slicing: User creates a tear in subspace, causing the corresponding section of the third dimension to be slashed.
  • Spatiokinetic Combat: Utilize subspace warping for combat purposes in various methods.



Known Users


Video Games

Live Action TV

  • Asurans (Stargate Atlantis); via Digital Ascension


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