The power to become the embodiment of the Id. Variation of Jungian Archetype Mimicry. Opposite to Superego Embodiment.

Also Called

  • Id Mimicry
  • Subconscious/Shadow Aspect Embodiment/Mimicry/Physiology
  • The Id
  • The Shoulder Devil


Users become the embodiment of the Id; the Freudian representation of uncoordinated instinctual trends in human behavior. In other words, the unfiltered wants and desires within the mind. In Sigmund Freud's theory, the Id and the Superego (the part of the mind that places foreign factors like other people into consideration) inserts suggestions to the Ego (one's own sense of identity). While the superego demands what the person would consider the "right thing" to do, the Id demands what the person wants to do despite the consequences. Because of this, people consider the Id's influence to be a bad influence and is often associated with evil.




  • While the user holds some influence on others, they cannot outright control them.
  • May be outdone by users of Superego Embodiment.

Known Users


  • Demons (Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell)


  • Kronk's Shoulder Devil (The Emperor's New Groove)
  • Eddy (Ed, Edd n' Eddy)
  • Id (Duck Dodgers)
  • Id (The Venture Bros.)
  • Nightmare (Ultimate Spider-Man)
  • Deadpool (Ultimate Spider-Man)
  • The Flea (¡Mucha Lucha!)
  • Langdon Cobb (Futurama)


  • Hansel (Fabels)
  • The Void (Marvel Comics)


  • The Little Ogre (Soul Eater)
  • Ido (Naruto)

Video Games

  • Id (Xenogears)
  • Kyurem (Pokémon)
  • Shadow Selves (Persona Series)


  • Inner Jocks (Channel Awesome)

Known Objects

  • The Mask (The Mask)