The power to solidify air into tangible form. Sub-power of Air Manipulation. Variation of Solidification.
- Air Compression/Hardening/Solidifying
The user can manipulate pressure in the air molecules to solidify the air, with the level of solidity going from loose jelly to metal-like hardness or beyond.
- Usually the change is temporary and short-lived.
- May be unable to revert subjects/objects if melted to original form.
- May need to stay in physical contact.
Saiai's (A Certain Magical Index) compressed nitrogen armor, Offense Armor, blocks attacks and increases her strength enough to lift cars, propel missiles and hit harder.
Yura (Alive: The Final Evolution) creating highly compressed air bubbles that can disintegrate targets.
Morio (Alive: The Final Evolution) compressing air into a crushing pressure wave.
Willow Rosenberg (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) magically thickens the air around Glory to restrain her.
Kōji (Code:Breaker) solidifying air to capture Toki, and can create air pressure to crush.
Luc (Darker than Black) solidifying air into razor sharp weapons.
Oceanus Shenron (Dragon Ball GT) compressing air into bombs...
...and into a nigh-impenetrable force field to protect herself from Goku's attacks.
Fūko (Flame of Recca) forming Kazadama, the weapon's manifested spirit, as a solid wind that has been condensed many times.
Windshear (Marvel Comics) can harden air molecules, and his control is improved with the battle suit he is wearing.
Zaku (Naruto) firing off pressurized airwaves that can easily demolish stone and soften ground.
Shukaku (Naruto) launching a compressed air blast of immense destructive power.
Danzō (Naruto) launching solidified air bullets that can pierce through flesh.
Kuma (One Piece) compressing air into a solid bubble, and then releasing it as an air bomb.
Mr. Mime (Pokémon Adventures) can solidify air molecules with its miming motions into walls, and can even create intricate designs.
Kyle (Psyren) using his technique Materia High, with this he can create solid shapes from pressurized air.
Sonic (Sonic the Hedgehog) using his super speed to vibrate air molecules to solidify it into a force field.
Aoi Kuchiba, in her Yū (The Qwaser of Stigmata) persona, creating a wall of pressurized oxygen to block off attacks and counterattack.
Setsuno (Toriko) utilizing air pressure to extreme levels, creating a very sturdy and solid invisible wall.
Kosei Tsuburaba (My Hero Academia) can use his Quirk Solid Air to solidify the air of his breath to form a wall or platform.