| Electricity Generation
Elle (Heroes) blasting electricity at Sylar
Generate Electrical energy
The ability to generate electricity. Sub-power of Electricity Manipulation. Variation of Elemental Generation and Energy Generation.
- Electrical Energy Generation
- Electrostatic Energy Generation
- Electric Production
- Lightning Generation/Production
The user is able to generate and project electricity.
- Generating too much may cause unconsciousness.
- Cannot manipulate generated electricity.
- May have a limit for the amount of electricity generated.
- Users of Elemental Cancellation can negate generated electricity.
- May not be able to stop generating electricity.
Bomberman (Bomberman 64: The Second Attack) detonating a Lightning Bomb.
Watt (Paper Mario) can generate powerful electricity.
Enel (One Piece) generating a maximum 200,000,000 volts.
Mikoto Misaka (A Certain Magical Index) can generate as much as 1,000,000,000 volts.
Kanon Ozu (Coppelion) had an eel gene inserted into her, allowing her to generate and control electricity.
Jackie Chun (Dragon Ball) using his Bankoku Bikkuri Shō to generate about 20,000 volts of electricity.
Electrivire (Pokemon) can generate electricity for attacks like Thunder Punch.
Fu Chi'en (Tenjho Tenge) can draw electricity from the earth and utilize it as he wants, so long as his feet are rooted to the earth.
Iroh (Avatar: The Last Airbender) generating electricity.
Sasuke (Naruto) generating electricity.
Hitomi (Code:Breaker) generating electricity.
Toki (Code: Breaker) using electromagnetism to create electricity.
Electro (Marvel) can generate a large quantity of electricity.
Elle Bishop (Heroes) generating electricity.
Sylar (Heroes) generates electricity to regain control over his body from "Nathan".
Jin Kazama (Tekken Series)
Elle (Heroes) teaches Sylar how to use her ability.
Dash Gardiner (Witches of East End) electrocutes man.
Krell (Charmed) shooting electricity.
Palpatine (Star Wars) is a master at generating Force lightning.
Garnet (Steven Universe) generating electricity to charge a car battery.
Zapfish (Splatoon) are used by both the Inklings and the Octarians as a source of renewable power.
The Great Zapfish (Splatoon) generates enough electricity to power the entire city of Inkopolis.
The Flash's (The Flash TV Series) connection to the Speed Force causes his body to generate massive amounts of electricity.