The power to control memories. The user can control memories of oneself and others, allowing them to modify, fabricate, suppress, influence, repair, restore, erase, detect, and view them.
- Empathic Manipulation - Affecting memory through emotions. Usually very limited and allows user to erase or distort existing memories only .
- Mental manipulation - Affecting memory through the consciousness/mind. Allows managing memory in a variety of ways (comprehending, modifying, deleting existing memories, as well as creating new memories). This also includes modification of memory by controlling the electrochemical signals of the brain.
- Biochemical manipulation - Affecting memory through brain cells, making it possible to manage memory. Allows managing memory in a variety of ways (comprehending, modifying, deleting existing memories, as well as creating new memories).
- Information Manipulation - In this case, the memory acts as a regular array of information. It can be accessed in a manner similar to accessing the hard drive of a computer.