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Magic
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The Third Teacher (The Teacher) was a highly exceptionally powerful mage in Earth-680, so much so she was able to create the Almighty Magic|Almighty Fairy Magics, said to have the capacity to harm, and even slay/contain Gods.
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The ability to use magical forces/powers to varying degrees. Those who possess this ability are known (among other things) as Magicians, Wizards, Warlocks, Sorcerers, Mages, Witches, etc.. Opposite to Science Manipulation and Anti-Magic.

Also Called

  • Magic Manipulation
  • Magical Manipulation
  • Magick/Magyk/Magyck
  • Mystokinesis
  • Occultism
  • Thaumaturgy
  • The Arcane/Magical/Mystic/Mystical Arts
  • The Art Of Magic
  • The Indistinguishable Science
  • Sorcery/Wizardry/Witchcraft

Capabilities

User has access to Magic, the use of rituals, symbols, actions, gestures and language to exploit supernatural forces to varying degrees, with only their skill, personal power-level, imagination/knowledge, and/or morality to define the borders. Given the flexibility of magic, its users have essentially unlimited possibilities for what to do.

Applications

Some examples of the potential use of magic:

Offensive Magic

Defensive Magic

Miscellaneous Abilities

Alternative Classification

Magical Energy Manipulation: The key power that allows one to use Magic; the powers are based around certain concepts/categories.

Types of Magic

A to Z

Variations

Associations

Associated Physiologies

Universal Differences

  • Some universes have limits for what they can do or substances that they can't affect.
  • Who can use magic varies between universes.
    • How one gains magic varies greatly.
  • Magic and science may be the same thing or two completely different and unrelated forces.
    • How magic and technology react to each other varies greatly.

Limitations

  • There is always a price. Always.
    • Always make sure you know what the price is, it will come back to haunt you.
    • It will be paid, one way or another.
    • The price can range from something as insignificant as the magical energy required to activate your magic, a part of your sanity, or even something devastating, like your own life, or worse.
      • The insignificance of magical energy may vary based on its source and availability.
  • Magic is balance, meaning the benefits it provides will result in consequences to offset it.
  • Magic may be needed to defeat magic.
  • Stronger Magics will overcome weaker ones.
  • Magic Resistance may foil your plans.
  • Magic often drains a person's stamina or mana.
    • Naturally, stronger magic puts a much greater strain.
  • Magic is unpredictable, if one gets too creative or is interrupted in a crucial moment. Results range from amusing to annoying, but mendable, to destructive to lethal, to Catastrophic to Apocalyptic.
  • Without the knowledge or proper skill, the intended use of a spell can create unpredictable or potentially dangerous results.
  • Society with knowledge about magic is likely to have rules/laws about its use, and areas of magic that are forbidden.
    • In some societies, magic may be limited to a specific class or status.
  • User is unable to use spells that are beyond their imagination.
  • Using magic takes concentration, focus and mental strength.
  • May react disastrously with Science Manipulation.
    • May disrupt/cancel out technology.
  • May need to perform certain actions/fulfill conditions to use magic, ranging from specific words/songs, certain hand/body moves, materials that may be consumed or even extensive rituals.
  • There may be some side effects.

Known Kinds of Magic

Cartoons

Comics

  • Chaos Magic (DC Comics)
  • Order Magic (DC Comics)
  • Necro Magic (Image Comics)
  • Chaos Magic (Marvel Comics)
  • Dark/Black Magic (Marvel Comics)
  • Shaman Magic (Marvel Comics)
  • The Odin Force (Marvel Comics)
  • White Magic (Marvel Comics)

Films

  • Asgardian Magic (Marvel Cinematic Universe)
  • Sorcery (Marvel Cinematic Universe)
  • Fairy Magic (Merlin)

Literature

  • The People Magic (Artemis Fowl)
  • Edomic (Beyonders)
  • Academic Magic (Emelanese Universe)
  • Ambient Magic and it's forms (Emelanese Universe)
    • Carpentry Magic
    • Cooking Magic
    • Dance Magic
    • Fire Magic
    • Glass Magic
    • Green Magic
    • Healing Magic
    • Smith Magic
    • Stone Magic
    • Thread Magic
    • Water Magic
    • Weather Magic
  • Unmagic (Emelanese Universe)
  • Allomancy (Mistborn series)
  • Feruchemy (Mistborn series)
  • Hemalurgy (Mistborn series)
  • Darke Magyk (Septimus Heap)
  • Magyk (Septimus Heap)
  • Additive Magic (Sword of Truth)
  • Han (Sword of Truth)
  • Subtractive Magic (Sword of Truth)
  • The Gift (Tortallan Universe)
  • Wild Magic (Tortallan Universe)

Live Action TV

Manga/Anime

  • Kidō (Bleach)
  • Caster Magic (Fairy Tail)
  • Holder Magic (Fairy Tail)
  • Lost Magic (Fairy Tail)
  • Tao Magic (Outlaw Star)
  • Planetary Magic (Sailor Moon)
  • Shadow Magic (Yu-Gi-Oh!)

Video Games

Known Users

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