The ability to release elements/energy in short bursts. Sub-power of Attack Powers.
The user can release elements/energy in tiny short bursts to cause pain or discomfort, but little actual damage, since they are usually too low-powered to be destructive.
- Cannot inflict much damage.
- Stun arm (Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain)
- Cosmic Staff (DC Comics)
The One Being Sought (Code:Breaker) using a quick zap of his Absolute Space to spark off Rei's sleeve.
Vlad Plasmius (Danny Phantom) uses the Ghost Stinger to zap Danny with ectoplasmic energy, weakening him.
Jack Knight (DC Comics) using the Cosmic Rod to fire a Star Bolt.
Raditz (Dragon Ball Z) firing off his Saturday Crush to zap his brother Goku, causing him to fall down from the sky.
Frieza (Dragon Ball Z) using Shockwave From the Fingertips to create ki-induced zaps at Piccolo.
Winter Soldier's (Marvel Comics) Taser Attack.
Venom Snake (Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain) can use his stun arm to zap enemies with 120 volts of electricity, knocking them out.
Rob Lucci (One Piece) using Flying Finger Pistol Sting/Tobu Shigan: Bachi to zap Luffy, causing him to recoil slightly in pain.
Starchild KISS (Scooby-Doo! and KISS: Rock and Roll Mystery)
Spaceman Kiss (Scooby-Doo! and KISS: Rock and Roll Mystery)
Demon KISS (Scooby-Doo! and KISS: Rock and Roll Mystery)
Count Dooku (Star Wars: The Clone Wars) using Force Lightning.
Starkiller (Star Wars: The Force Unleashed) using Force Lightning on PROXY.
Snoke (Star Wars) using a small burst of Force Lightning to subdue an angry Kylo Ren.
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For all its usefulness, the Magic Missile spell (D&D/AD&D) isn't particularly damaging.