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"Mutant, Mutie, Homo Superior...Folks have a lot of colorful names for my kind."
― Henry McCoy/Beast (Marvel Comics)

To have powers derived from a direct result of genetic mutations that can be either artificial or natural. Variation of Mutant Physiology.

Also Called

  • Bodily Mutation
  • Self-Mutation

Capability

The user has genetic mutations of some form, either induced evolution or natural selection, that grants special powers. These powers usually manifest during adolescent puberty when other mental and bodily adaptations take place within their bodies.

Associations

Limitations

  • Gene therapy could have negative results or erase powers.
  • Weak against Genetic Access.

Known Users

  • Gwen Raiden (Angel)
  • Splicers (Bioshock series)
  • SOLDIERs (Compilation of Final Fantasy VII)
  • The Obnoxiouse Offender (Citizen Toxie - The Toxic Avenger IV)
  • Titans (Crash Bandicoot)
  • Crash Bandicoot (Crash Bandicoot)
  • Terra (Cybersix)
  • Monkey (Dexter's Laboratory)
  • Captain Comet (DC Comics)
  • Metahumans (DC Comics)
  • Super Mutants (Fallout series)
  • Ghouls (Fallout series)
  • Godzilla (Godzilla)
  • Evolved humans (Heroes)
  • Conduits (InFamous)
  • Demis (Interviews with Monster Girls)
  • Mutants (Marvel Comics); via X-Gene manifesting at some point in their life with some Mutants undergoing secondary mutations
  • Mutates (Marvel Comics); non-mutant humans that gained their powers from an actual mutation (ex. Spider-Man)
  • New Mutants (Mutant X)
  • Mewtwo (Pokémon)
  • Diancie (Pokémon)
  • Alex Mercer (Prototype)
  • Infected (Prototype)
  • Bio-Organic Weapons (Resident Evil)
  • Nemesis (Resident Evil)
  • Tree Rex (Skylanders: Giants)
  • Knuckles the Echidna (Sonic the Hedgehog)
  • Ninja Turtles (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
  • Splinter (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
  • The Toxic Avenger (The Toxic Avenger)
  • The Powerpuff Girls (The Powerpuff Girls)

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