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Hive Mind
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The Six Paths of Pain (Naruto) all share one mind.

Power/Ability to:

Share a collective consciousness between multiple bodies

The ability to share a collective consciousness between multiple bodies. Not to be confused with Mind Hive or Replication.

Also Called

  • Brainwave Network
  • Collective Consciousness
  • Gestalt Mind
  • Hive Mentality
  • Psychic Network


Hive lets a group of people (most of the time related biologically) "share" the same mind. In some cases one person could take control of another separate body to add to the hive. Like most hive insects like bees and ants, each can work autonomously, though they think the same thing at the same time. The members have little individuality, more or less they are only marionettes controlled by a puppeteer.

In some cases the members of the hive mind have separate brains, mindsets, personalities, and individuality. But both are basically the same, all members work as one, they can all see, hear, and know what the others do. All work as one, each thinks with the same "mind", not as a sum of its parts.


  • Can be used to scout out areas being able to see and experience in multiple areas at once. If the subjects have any other powers they act as their own team or unit.
  • Control several bodies at the same time.
  • Communicate with a person in the Hive Mind.
  • Gain powers of the body connected to the Hive Mind.
  • Increasing the personal powers of one another.
  • The 5 senses of the Hive Mind are amplified.



  • Requires brain power to control the group.
  • One must not stray from the group.

Known Users

  • The Strangers (Dark City)
  • Maenads (Final Fantasy IV: The After Years)
  • Nagato/Pain (Naruto)
  • Obito Uchiha (Naruto)
  • Ultron (Marvel)
  • Nathaniel Essex/Mister Sinister (Marvel); via Hive Mind of Sinister Species
  • Stepford Cuckoos (Marvel)
  • The Overmind (Starcraft series)
  • The Queen of Blades (Starcraft series)
  • Kaiju (Pacific Rim)
  • Mimics (Edge of Tomorrow)
  • The Stepford Cuckoos: Sophie, Pheobe, Irma, Celeste, and Esme (Marvel Comics)
  • The Borg (Star Trek)
  • The Bahrag (Bionicle)
  • The Vajra (Macross Frontier)
  • The Sliver(Magic The Gathering)
  • Harbinger (Mass Effect 2)
  • The Geth (Mass Effect)
  • Ghostfreak (Ben 10)
  • The Queen (Ben 10 Alien Swarm)
  • Nanochips (Ben 10)
  • Nanomech (Ben 10)
  • Body Snatchers (Invasion of Body Snatchers)
  • Earl (Slither)
  • Necromorphs (Dead Space)
  • Gravemind/The Flood (Halo)
  • Androvax (The Sarah Jane Adventures) by walking into someone's body.
  • The thirteen Mayan aliens (Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull)
  • The Reapers (inFamous)
  • Aurum (Kid Icarus: Uprising)
  • The Infected (Prototype)
  • The Fold (Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2)
  • The Thing (The Thing)
  • The Tyranids (Warhammer 40,000)
  • Eleanor Lamb (Bioshock 2); with Little Sisters
  • Black Arms (Shadow the Hedgehog)
  • Voxai (Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood)
  • Xenomorphs (Alien/Aliens vs. Predator)
  • Vampires (Charmed)
  • Bringers (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
  • The Body Jasmine (Angel)
  • Leeches (Resident Evil Zero)
  • Violet & Verbena Pollard (The Bad Place)
  • Mnggal-Mnggal (Star Wars)
  • The Killik (Star Wars)
  • Jason Miller (Alphas)
  • Laurence "Prophet" Barnes (Crysis 3); after the neural blocks were removed
  • Alpha Ceph (Crysis 3)
  • The Misaka Clone Sisters (A Certain Magical Index/A Certain Scientific Railgun)
  • Kiyama Harumi (A Certain Scientific Railgun); via Level Upper, gains powers
  • Kihara Gensei (A Certain Scientific Railgun); via Level Upper, gains powers
  • Radam (Tekkaman Blade)
  • Tekkaman warriors (Tekkaman Blade)
  • Norbius (Sendokai Champions)
  • Delightful Children From Down The Lane (Codename: Kids Next Door)


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