The power to call weapons no matter where the weapon is. Sub-power of Empathic Weaponry, Weapon Summoning and Weapon Manipulation.
The user can call their weapon back to them if they ever become separated from it.
- This power ceases functioning if the user's weapon is not connected to the user.
- The weapon can be manipulated by an enemy while being called back.
- The obstacles that exist between the user and their weapon can prevent the weapon from returning back to them.
- May only be able to call a specific weapon.
Cicada (Arrowverse) can call his lightning dagger even from a great distance such as outer space.
William Dunbar (Code Lyoko) can use his Super Smoke
to call his Zweihander at will.
Cable (Deadpool 2) calling his gun from Deadpool's hands.
Dante (Devil May Cry series) can call forth his Rebellion whenever it is out of reach.
Kratos (God of War 2018) recalling the Leviathan Axe.
With the Tessaiga's sheath, Inuyasha (InuYasha) can use it to call the sword back to him.
The Dark Chi Warriors (Jackie Chan Adventures) can call their weapons at any time.
The Creeper (Jeepers Creepers) recalling an axe.
After being disarmed by Roxas, Sora (Kingdom Hearts) calls his Keyblade back.
Kain (Legacy of Kain) can call weapons to his hand with Telekinesis
Raziel (Legacy of Kain) can call weapons to his hand with telekinesis.
Thor (Marvel Cinematic Universe) can call Stormbreaker to his hand like Mjolnir before it.
Captain America (Marvel Cinematic Universe) can call Mjolnir because he's worthy.
Negi Springfield (Mahou Sensei Negima) calling his staff from the ocean.
Kung Lao (Mortal Kombat series) recalling his razor-rimmed hat.
Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi (Star Wars) using the Force to call their lightsabers to hand.
Dean Winchester (Supernatural) recalls the First Blade.
Shredder (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2014) magnetically recalling his thrown arm-blades.
Lion-O (ThunderCats) calling the Sword of Omens.