Electricity Manipulation is the ability to manipulate Electricity. Users are able to alter the movement of electrons, allowing them to generate electricity. The uses obviously vary from user to user, simple uses being able to generate energy, shoot lightning for electrocution, powering electrical devices, absorbing electricity and many more.
While a versatile and powerful ability, electricity is not without its shortcomings and can be insulated by non-conductive materials such as rubber.
- Electricity/Lightning Mimicry
- Generate electricity in one's body
- Shoot bolts of lightning (sometimes from any part of the body)
- Create ionic storms
- Wall crawling by using static cling
- Create electric bombs
- Power electronic devices
- Draw power from electrical devices or thunderstorms
- Ride electrical currents
- Create shields of lightning
- Charge objects with electricity, heating them and/or turning them static
- In reality, high-amplitude electricity can cause nerve atrophy, paralysis, and also affect the functions of organs such as the heart and brain and ignore the durability of characters with sufficient conductivity. However, since electricity almost never acts in this way in fiction, this reaction does not apply to electrical attacks that do not have a definite amplitude or have demonstrated these powers.
- Although versatile and powerful, electricity is not flawless and can be isolated by non-conductive materials such as rubber.
- May be unable to create electricity, being limited to manipulating only from already existing sources.
- Distance, mass, precision, etc. depend upon of the knowledge, skill, and strength of the user.
- Electricity can be insulated by non-conductive matter such as air.
- Electricity may be redirected by certain materials.
- May be limited only to the path of least resistance.