"Revenge is the prime ingredient in the fountain of youth. I've kept myself alive for hundreds of years with a steady diet of jealousy and hate, awaiting the day when I would finally eclipse your family's thieving reputation."
― Clockwerk to Sly Cooper
The ability to
be strengthened by hatred. Sub-power of Hatred Manipulation. Variation of Emotion Empowerment. Opposite of Love Empowerment.
User becomes stronger, faster, more durable, etc. by hatred of oneself and others, possibly unlocking abilities related to the affinity and enhancing their existing powers. Some users may be able to draw sustenance from the hatred or even slow or stop aging.
Absence of hate will weaken the user.
Lots of love will make the user powerless.
May be overpowered by those with Love Empowerment.
May depend on what the user hates.
Dr. Raichi (Dragon Ball Z) was revived as a Ghost Warrior by his sheer hatred of the Saiyans.
The Man on Fire's (Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain) power is fueled by his hatred of and desire for revenge on Big Boss for defeating his former self, Colonel Volgin.
Sasuke Uchiha's (Naruto) hatred of the Leaf Village and his desire to avenge his brother fuels his power.
Shinnō (Naruto) utilizes Dark Chakra, which is created from the despair and hatred of people.
HIM (Powerpuff Girls) is able to get stronger by feeding off people's negative emotions such as hatred.
Natsuho Nekogasaki (Urami Koi, Koi, Urami Koi) maintains her well-being and strength by hating the Nekuni clan.
Mukuro's (Yu Yu Hakusho) overwhelming power is directly-proportional to how much hatred she feels.
Being a servant of Mistress Love and Master Hate, Avatar (Marvel Comic) possesses various abilities because of that.
As a creature born form negative energy, Orb (Marchen Awakens Romance) grows stronger by absorbing hatred.