The ability to possess enhanced throwing capabilities.
- Enhanced Chucking/Hurling/Pitching/Tossing
The users possess enhanced skills to throwing any sort of objects, from weapons to improvised objects, at above normal level force and speed.
- Thief (8-Bit Theater)
- Zeke (Attack on Titan)
- Danjō Kōga (Basilisk)
- Yasutora Sado (Bleach)
- Chi-Chi (Dragon Ball)
- Vegeta (Dragon Ball)
- Gintoki Sakata (Gintama)
- Marina Liteyears (Mischief Makers)
- Fishmen (One Piece)
- Monkey D. Garp (One Piece)
- Orlumbus (One Piece)
- Charlotte Katakuri (One Piece)
- The Flash (DC)
- Strikeout (Hero Heights)
- Pokémon who can use moves like "Seismic Toss" (Pokémon)
Danjō Kōga (Basilisk) throwing his needles with such force they easily pierce through armor and flesh.
Yasutora Sado (Bleach) using Chad Catapult to toss Rukia to very high heights.
Chi-Chi (Dragon Ball) throws Mr. Shu quite a far distance out of her house after he insults her family.
Vegeta (Dragon Ball) throwing Nappa high into the sky to prepare for his Galaxy Breaker.
Gintoki Sakata (Gintama) throwing Shige Shige's light-weighted hair with the force of a cannonball.
Arlong (One Piece) tossing simple water droplets with his immense fishman strength, turning them into deadly bullets.
Hody Jones (One Piece) tossing simple water with tremendous force, changing them into the deadly Murasame attack.
Orlumbus (One Piece) has a technique called Admiral Killer Bowling in which he grabs a person and effortlessly throws them a very far distance.
With his superhuman strength, Monkey D. Garp (One Piece) can throw can cannonballs as if they're merely baseballs.
Charlotte Katakuri (One Piece) can throw jellybeans with deadly velocity.