The power to
create, summon, control, and/or project lightning bolts. Sub-power of Weather Manipulation and Electricity Attacks. Variation of Airborne Attacks.
Lightning Bolt Control/Projection
Users can summon lightning bolts from the sky or project them from their hands, using them to pierce and/or severely burn their opponents even to the point of death. Unlike normal bolts of lightning, they could use them as concussive or even piercing forces, which could be strong enough to affect even greater beings of strength and durability.
Electrical Bolt Projection, the lightning bolts are far more deadly in terms of voltage and speed, which also grants tremendous temperature and kinetic force, averaging over 50,000°C (5 times hotter than the surface of the sun) with at least 1,000,000,000 volts, moving at 61,111 miles(97 536 km)/second. Of course, advanced users may be able to regulate the voltage discharged and speed, but the power is still enough to be lethal and cannot be compared to low-powered electrical bolts.
May exhaust the user to a great extent.
May only be able to summon lightning from the sky if there are storm clouds.
High power output cannot be lowered to the point of a minor, non-lethal shock.
Adramelech ( Akame Ga Kill!)
DNAliens weather machine ( Ben 10 AF)
Nokama Hordika's Rhotuka Spinner ( Bionicle)
Gali Nuva and Lewa Nuva ( Bionicle); combined powers
Makuta species ( Bionicle)
Mjolnir ( Marvel)
Mjolnir ( Norse Mythology)
Elebore Spell ( Jewel Pets)
Rumble Rumble no Mi ( One Piece)
Clima-Tact ( One Piece); via upgrades
Sword of Hisou ( Touhou Project)
Eye of Dashi ( Xiaolin Showdown)
Thorn of Thunderbolt ( Xiaolin Showdown)
Raigeki ( Yu-Gi-Oh!)
Lightning Vortex ( Yu-Gi-Oh!)
Budo (Akame Ga Kill!) using
Advent of the Thunder Emperor to drop down massive lightning bolts for devastating effects.
Enerjak (Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog) using
Thunder Arrow to project lightning bolts of Chaos energy.
Chōjirō Sasakibe's (Bleach) Bankai,
Kōkō Gonryō Rikyū, summons powerful lightning bolts that can scar even Yamamoto's head.
Candice Catnipp (Bleach) using her
The Thunderbolt ability to cast deadly lightning bolts to incapacitate Zaraki.
Fusion Zamasu (Dragon Ball Super) using
Lightning of Absolution to project purple lightning bolts.
Chief Moginaian (Dragon Ball Super) projecting lightning bolts from his horn.
Kakuzu's (Naruto) heart using
Lightning Release: False Darkness to shoot out deadly lightning bolts that can easily pierce through rock.
Sasuke Uchiha (Naruto) dropping a gigantic lightning bolt in the form of a
Kirin, capable of destroying an entire mountain in 1/1000th of a second.
Eneru (One Piece) using
El Thor to drop a gigantic lightning bolt onto a heathen, as part of his "godly duties".
Pika (Pokémon Adventures) using
Thunder to drop a very powerful bolt of lightning that injured even Deoxys.
Zekrom (Pokémon Adventures) using
Fusion Bolt to drop a powerful bolt of lightning that damaged even Reshiram.
Katsuya Jonouchi (Yu-Gi-Oh!) using the illegal
Lightning Vortex magic card to drop a deadly lightning bolt to slaughter all of Yugi's monsters.
With his sword, Raijinga, Ryura (InuYasha) can use his
Dragon Lightning to summon devastatingly powerful lightning bolt down on his foes.
Thunderbolt (Valkyrie Crusade) can project lightning that never fails to hit their mark.
Eye of Dashi (Xiaolin Showdown) can shoot lightning bolts
Thorn of Thunderbolt (Xiaolin Showdown) can shoot deadly lightning bolts
Zatch’s (Zatch Bell!) first spell,
Zakeru causes him to shoot a bolt of lightning from his mouth.
Zeno (Zatch Bell!) can shoot bolts of lightning with
Zakeru like his brother, Zatch. However Zeno's is more powerful and he doesn't lose consciousness when using a spell.
Stormy Weather (Miraculous Ladybug) is able to generate lightning for offensive attacks.
Knuckles the Echidna (Sonic the Hedgehog) using
Thunder Arrow to strike Rouge with lightning.
Zeus (God of War) preparing a massive lightning bolt to strike Kratos and Gaia.
Storm (Marvel) is Mistress of the Elements can generate lightning and other electromagnetic atmospheric phenomena.