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The ability to feed on the darkness of people's hearts and become better physically. Opposite to Benevorous.

Also Called

  • Malevolent/Evil Metabolization


The user can feed on the darkness of people's hearts, gaining boosts to stamina, strength, durability, and speed, depending on the level of evil and malevolence in a foe, to boost their physical traits. This power automatically scans for the worst malicious intent to feed off of when facing multiple foes. Foes need not have actual powers; a sociopathic serial killer could give the user a boost to their physical traits.


  • Feed on evil and negative energies inside the hearts and minds of opponents.
  • Turn a foe's evil nature to your gain.
  • The evil the user feeds off of can come from a super-powerless but corrupted person.
  • An anti-hero can still give the user a slight boost to their physical traits.


  • Worthless on foes that are pure good or neutral.
  • May be inherently useless on beings who are child-like with no sense or knowledge of the concepts of right and wrong.


Known Users

  • Terumi Yuuki (Blazblue); via Morality Empowerment
  • Orange Lantern Corps (DC Comics)
  • Red Lantern Corps (DC Comics)
  • The Sinestro Corps (DC Comics)
  • Spike the Devil Man (Dragon Ball)
  • Spawn (Image Comics)
  • Ansem, Seeker of Darkness (Kingdom Hearts)
  • Sin-Eater (Marvel Comics)
  • Dark Kahn (Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe)
  • Shinnō (Naruto)
  • Zero-Tails (Naruto)
  • HIM (Powerpuff Girls)
  • Garuda (Street Fighter series)
  • The Bubbler (Thundercats)
  • Neuro Nōgami (Neuro: Supernatural Detective)

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