Motoko Kusanagi (Ghost in the Shell).
Visually blend into surroundings.
The power to
visually blend into immediate environment.
The user can visually blend into surroundings by blending in with the coloration and form of their background to avoid optical perception. Some users can affect their attire by means of "static camouflage".
Must be able to have similar colors as the location one is at.
Users of Enhanced Senses can detect the users.
May be limited to visible light.
May still cast a shadow.
May have to stay still.
See Also: .
Cam Foil ( Artemis Fowl)
Mirror Ship ( Dragon Ball Z)
Camouflage Suit ( G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra); via mirror camera paneling
OctoCamo ( Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots)
August (Fairy Tail) is known as the Magic King among his fellow Spriggan 12 members which he is able to camouflage himself and his allies from radar and detection.
Randall (Monsters Inc.) can change his skin to camouflage the surroundings.
The 'Chameleon Girl' (Heroes) blends in with her environment but to no avail.
Ryūichi Sendō (Code: Breaker) using
Black Out to change the color of his skin to act as camouflage.
Laughing Octopus (Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots)
The Changewing (Dragons:Riders of Berk) truly lives up to its name.
Gray Fox's (Metal Gear) exoskeleton is equipped with stealth camo.
Terry McGinnis' (Batman Beyond) Batsuit comes equipped with stealth camo.
The T-1000 (Terminator 2: Judgment Day) takes on the appearance of a checker tile floor to hide.
Nestov - a Desserian - has the ability to camouflage himself very effectively.
Espio the Chameleon (Sonic the Hedgehog)
Bride of Constant Vigil (Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog)
Miss Martian (DC) can change the appearance of her form, to bend the light waves around her to become near-invisible.
Due his time frosting cakes at the bakery, Peeta (The Hunger Games) knows how to paint himself to disappear into his surroundings.