- "Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them."
- ― William Shakespeare
The power to have the potential to achieve whatever one desires. Sub-power of Potential Manipulation. Opposite to Capability Suppression. Not to be confused with True Power.
The user has the potential to achieve whatever they desire via training, raw will, refusal to give up, random change, etc., whether physical, mental, social, etc.
- Weak against Capability Suppression.
- May take extensive training to accomplish one's desires.
- What the user may have to endure in order to accomplish their desire may be long, brutal, painful, burdensome, and/or insane.
Ichigo Kurosaki (Bleach) is repeatedly noted to have immense potential for growth. In just a few months, he managed to surpass beings that have been training for centuries.
Gohan (Dragon Ball series) had so much innate potential that the Namekian Elder Guru was only able to unlock a portion of it...
...the rest of which first manifested as Super Saiyan 2...
...and was fully unleashed by the Old Kai.
Kale (Dragon Ball Super) initially seemed like just a very weak and timid Saiyan...
...however, when angered she unleashes immense, uncontrolled power...
...only to become even stronger once she learned to control it.
Mega Man X (Mega Man X) possesses unlimited potential.
Due to his copy ability
, Emerl (Sonic the Hedgehog) has virtually unlimited fighting potential.