A practitioner of the art of Alchemy.
Utilize the power of Alchemy.
The power to
utilize . Practitioners of this art/science are known as Alchemy, the mystic and scientific pursuit of the power of the Philosopher's Stone and Universal Panacea Alchemists. A form of Magic.
The Magical Science
The Scientific Magic
Users abilities focus on
Elemental Transmutation (ranging from transforming base materials into purer (lead or iron into silver or gold), creating golems to making permanent changes on the state of matter (making glass malleable), etc.), various forms of Elemental Manipulation (especially electricity and fire) and Life-Force Manipulation ( Immortality, Healing and even creating life or at the least clones) by Potion Creation. They also know how to create magical items, although these are generally for practical use (ever-burning lamps).
( Universal Panacea )
the Elixir of Life
A substance which when consumed brings Immortality: eternal life, eternal youth; and health.
A substance able to turn base metals into gold or silver, usually by means of the application and distillation of another substance; also sometimes claimed to give immortality.
Symbol of the achievement of spiritual perfection in many alchemy traditions.
Likely demands a use of laboratory/workshop and time.
Might have to channel it through use of an object, like the Philosopher's Stone or Hermetic Circles, especially when using advanced alchemy.
Equivalent Exchange - The basic law of Alchemy of which nothing is gained without something of equal value being lost.
Effectiveness depends on the user's knowledge and skill level.
Alchemy Is Magic
Diablo ( Marvel)
Gilded Lily ( Marvel)
Doctor Alchemy ( DC Comics)
Circe ( DC Comics)
Hart Druiter ( DC Comics)
Tannarak ( DC Comics)
Alchemy Army and Human Homunculi ( Busou Renkin)
Sith Alchemists ( Star Wars)
Albus Dumbledore ( Harry Potter)
Nicolas Flamel ( Harry Potter)
The Alchemist/H.P. Wollstonecraft ( COVEN)
Edward Elric ( Fullmetal Alchemist)
Alphonse Elric ( Fullmetal Alchemist)
Father ( Fullmetal Alchemist)
Roy Mustang (Fullmetal Alchemist)
Wrath ( Fullmetal Alchemist; 2003 anime)
Alchemists ( Fullmetal Alchemist)
Alchemists ( Charmed)
Bob Bishop ( Heroes)
Nicholas Flamel ( The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel)
Perenelle Flamel ( The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel)
Wilfred Dion ( Kamidori Alchemy Meister)
Professor Putricide ( Warcraft)
The Order of the Sword ( Devil May Cry 4)
Lukiel ( Guardian Archangels)
The Unnamed scientist ( 9)
The Alchemist ( The Venture Brothers)
Lyman Banner ( Yu-Gi-Oh! GX);via Alchemy Deck
Kazuki Mutō (Buso Renkin) using his Arms Alchemy weapon:
Kinjō (Buso Renkin) using his Arms Alchemy weapon:
Victor Powered (Buso Renkin) using his Arms Alchemy weapon:
Genji Ikusabe (Buso Renkin) using his Arms Alchemy weapon:
Shōsei Sakaguchi (Buso Renkin) using his Arms Alchemy weapon:
Two Sith Alchemists (Star Wars)
Bob Bishop (Heroes) shows Mohinder "his own private Fort Knox".
Edward Elric (Fullmetal Alchemist), one of the few alchemist who do not require a Transmutation Circle to perform alchemical transmutations excluding the alchemy that is very advanced.
Doctor Alchemy (DC) wrecks havoc using the power of the Philosopher's Stone.
Van Hohenheim (Fullmetal Alchemist) - also known as Hohenheim of Light: deceptively ancient and extremely powerful alchemist... and a Human Philosopher's Stone
Multiple forms of the philosopher's stone in
Father (Fullmetal Alchemist) and his Homunculus creations, Sloth, Greed, Gluttony, Lust, and Envy.
Edward and Alphonse Elric are both alchemical prodigies.