The ability to curve projectile attacks. Sub-power of Trajectory Manipulation. Variation of Projectile Enhancement.
- Bullet Bending/Curving
- Projectile Bending/Curving
- Trajectory Bending
The user can curve projectile attacks to avoid any obstacles for better accuracy on their targeting or to avoid being hit.
- Takes an extreme focus to curve the trajectory multiple times.
Hol Horse's (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part III: Stardust Crusaders) Stand, Emperor can control its bullets' trajectory.
Guido Mista (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part V/5: Golden Wind/Vento Aureo) can use his Stand, Six Bullets/Sex Pistols, to curve the trajectory of his bullets.
Darkseid (Justice League Unlimited) is able to curve the trajectory of his Omega Beams.
Using the Bending Kamehameha, Goku (Dragon Ball) is able to curve the trajectory of his Kamehameha Wave.
Using his Grand Death Beam, Frieza (Dragon Ball) fires Death Beams from each finger...
...which bend and home in on their targets.
Broly (Dragon Ball Z) bending his Omega Blaster from the Shamoians to hit their home planet.
Fortune (Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty) is able to bend the trajectory of bullets and even missiles so they don't hit her.
Lance's Aerodactyl (Pokémon Adventures) bending its Hyper Beam in a zigzag fashion to gain momentum.
Pyrrha Nikos (RWBY) typically uses her Semblance
to curve the trajectory of her weapons or those of her opponents, preventing them from hitting her.
Pit (Kid Icarus/Super Smash Bros. Brawl) can curve the trajectory of his arrow shots.
While in his Gear Fourth - Boundman, Monkey D. Luffy (One Piece) can use his Gum Gum/Gomu Gomu no Python to curve the trajectory of his punches.
Mario (Super Mario Odyssey) can curve Cappy's trajectory using the Homing Cap Throw.