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The power to mimic the abilities and traits of technology. Technique of Technology Manipulation. Variation of Object Replication. Not to be confused with Technological Assimilation.

Also Called

  • Machine Imitation/Mimicry
  • Technology Mimicry
  • Technology Power Mimicry/Replication


The user can use/imitate technology powers, they can become more like a robot, have the abilities of a television, be more like a computer and so on. They cannot transform into technology, as this power only enables the user to mimic machine traits while still in their original form. Some users can mimic multiple machines at once.


  • Use and imitate machine traits and abilities.
  • Posses any special abilities of machines.
  • Engineering Mimicry



Types of Imitation



  • Cannot transform into machines.
  • Once the user copies the technological powers, the user might become susceptible to things that affect machinery, and especially when it also comes down to technology-based abilities. The more the user copies the other technology-based powers, the more the user becomes vulnerable.
  • May be limited to mimicking only the machines they have observed.
  • May take on specific traits of a machine.
  • May be limited to mimicking one machine at a time or are limited on how long they can mimic machines.
  • Some abilities may be compromised by size differences.
  • May experience different weaknesses of technology.
  • In most instances when it comes to organic users, the process might be extremely painful. The most brutal example can be when the user replicates Gun Protrusion, causing his/her arm/leg to painfully rupture and biologically explode.

Known Users

  • Galvanic Mechamorphs (Ben 10 series)
  • Ed (Ed, Edd n Eddy)
  • Alpha (Generator Rex)
  • Kirby (Kirby series)
  • Sage (Marvel Comics)
  • Jūgo (Naruto)
  • Bill (One Piece); via Gutsu Gutsu no Mi
  • Rico (Penguins of Madagascar)