The ability to possess powerful telekinetic extensions of oneself. Sub-power of Telekinesis and Telekinetic Force Manipulation. Variation of Aura Constructs and Other Aura.

Also Called

  • Telekinetic Field
  • Telekinetic Shadow
  • Vectors (Elfen Lied)


User has telekinetic extensions of themselves (generally in the form of additional limbs) controlled through both conscious thoughts and instinct, as if they were parts of their own body. The limbs are invisible (depending on users choice), intangible (most of the time) and with variable shape. Their number, reach and strength varies between users, but they remain invariably centered on their body. The arms possess incredible strength, are extremely fast and precise, possess a perceptive aspect, allowing the user to instinctively sense everything that's around them and anticipate impending threats.

They can be used to deflecting attacks, creating a personal force field for defense, offense, etc, generating pressure-wave to cause area effects, attacking opponents lethally or for subduing and being essentially intangible, they can phase through most protections target directly the vulnerable parts (like internal organs or a vehicle's pilot), etc.

Skilled user can control the telekinetic aura at a cellular or molecular level, allowing them to be used for healing oneself and/or others or to perform highly delicate surgical operations.




Power Mixture


  • The number, range, and strength of the extensions depend on the user's power.

Known Users

  • Finn the Human (Adventure Time); Temporarily after losing his arm.
  • Mind Quad (American Dad)
  • Tetsuo Shima (Akira)
  • Danny Phantom (Danny Phantom)
  • Diclonius/Diclonii (Elfen Lied)
    • Lucy
    • Mariko
    • Nana
  • Shigeo Kageyama/Mob (Mob Psycho 100)
  • Nero (Devil May Cry 4); via Devil Bringer
  • Hiryū Asaga (Psyren); via Burst Dragon
  • Martian Manhunter (DC Comics)
  • Miss Martian (DC Comics)
  • Hellion (Marvel Comics)
  • Elizabeth Braddock/Psylocke (Marvel Comics)
  • Rachel Summers (Marvel Comics)
  • Quentin Quire/Kid Omega (Marvel Comics)
  • Yumi Ishiyama (Code Lyoko)
  • Raven (Teen Titans); In conjunction with darkness/shadow-controlling abilities.
  • Jean Grey (Marvel Comics)
  • Gwen Tennyson (Ben 10 series)
  • The Beast (InFamous)
  • Aiden (Beyond: Two Souls)
  • Stephanie (Stephanie - 2017 film)
  • Peter Stanchek/Sting (Valiant Entertainment Comics)
  • Toyo Harada (Valiant Entertainment Comics)


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