The power to liquefy objects/organisms into a liquid form. Opposite to Solidification.
- Liquification Inducement
- Matter Liquification
User can liquefy objects/organisms by causing the molecules merge together and thus lose total physical cohesion. Viscosity depends on the object being liquified, if it has a high water content then the object could become completely water like liquid. If the object is rock like or inorganic, then it will become a thick and mud-like liquid, while metal would become like mercury.
- May be unable to revert subjects/objects to original form.
- May need to be in physical contact with subject/object.
- May not be able to melt objects that don't usually melt such as fire or electricity.
- Unmeltable Ice cannot be melted.