- "There was a monster that domesticated that monster!?"
- ― Hijikata Toushirou on Tae Shimura (Gintama)
The power to tame/train creatures for various reasons. Sub-power of Animal Manipulation and Mythic Manipulation.
User has a skill for taming (tolerant of sentient presence) and/or training (teaching specific responses to specific conditions or stimuli) creatures, possibly to the point of domestication.
- Some creatures may need to see you as their alpha first.
- May take extensive time.
- Feeding and Housing of tamed creatures can be difficult.
- Divine Beasts may be difficult if not impossible to tame.
See Also: Good Taming Evil Taming.
- Bee Badge (The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds); limited to bees
- Pokeballs (Pokemon)
- Bone (Minecraft); to wolves
- Rotten Flesh (Minecraft); to wolves when angry
- Cod and Salmon (Minecraft); to ocelots
- Bamboo Stick (Minecraft); to pandas
Pokémon Trainers can create bonds with their Pokémon so they can overcome anything.
Jinchūriki (Naruto) can tame their inner Tailed Beasts if they can conquer their own dark sides.
Monkey D. Luffy (One Piece) has proven to be able to tame even the fiercest creatures with his Haki and charisma.
Hiccup and Toothless (How to Train Your Dragon) have a strong bond with each other.
Dante (Dante's Inferno) can ride Beasts of Burden by stabbing their heads with his scythe.
Orochi Head (Fairy Tail) can tame up to a number of 100,000 monsters which he used to attack Lamia Scale with.
Owen Grady (Jurassic World) created a strong bond with the "Raptor Squad
" becoming their trainer and alpha.
As the Beast Master, Takkar (Far Cry Primal) is able to tame and command a variety of prehistoric predators, from an owl to wolves to big cats to bears.
Talion (Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor) can tame the deadly beasts of Mordor through the Domination ability, including Caragors, Graugs and Drakes.
Vandalieu (The Death Mage Who Doesn't Want a Fourth Time) is capable of taming Undead, Insectoid and Plant-type monsters, which was considered impossible.