"Having great power doesn't change anything. I simply go through life, accept missions, and kill targets. I am capable of defeating everything. I never worked for this. This simply is the power I possess."
― Sabrac (Shakugan no Shana)
"Its a matter of perspective doctor. In the strictest sense, I did not win. I...busted him up."
― Data (Star Trek: TNG)
"The Black Knight always triumphs! have at you! come on then."
"All right, we'll call it a draw."
― The Black Knight and King Arthur after his limbs have been removed (Monty Python & The Holy Grail)

The ability to be unable to lose. Not to be confused with Victory Inducement.

Also Called

  • Chance of Victory
  • Stalemate
  • Unbeatability


The user is unable to ever lose at anything. Existence bends itself around the user, preventing them from incurring a loss of any kind. This isn't to be confused with Victory Inducement, as you're not guaranteed to win, only not to lose - a constant chance to win.

Looking at Rock, Paper, Scissors as an example. If the user throws rock, their opponent would be simply unable to throw paper, leaving the result as a victory, or a tie. Looking further at this power, if the user was playing a game of chess, and was trying to purposefully lose, their opponent would still be unable to checkmate them, and if the user ran a race where only the top eight racers entered the next round, they would never come in ninth place or beyond. If in a fight against an opponent who is much more powerful, the user would still be unable to lose, even if it was equally impossible for them to win.




Known Users

  • Shantotto (Final Fantasy XI)
  • Sora and Shiro (No Game No Life)

Known Items

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