The power to
liquefy objects/organisms into a liquid form. Opposite to Solidification.
Also Called Edit
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.
May be limited to certain substances.
Unmeltable Ice cannot be melted.
Known Users Edit
Spider-Man's stealth suit (Marvel) allows him to fire Anti-Metal spider tracers, which are corrosive to any metal they hit.
Sugarboy (Fairy Tail) liquifying a motorcycle.
Los Protegidos) Can melt some things with electricity
After Jason Voorhees (
Friday the 13th) transfers his spirit, in the form of a parasitic snake demon, into another host body...
...the host body he had previously been occupying begins to gruesomely melt away...
...until said host is reduced to little more than a puddle of meat and bones.
Rukan's (Rave Master) DarkBring "Acid Rain" can melt anything he touches.
Magma (Valkyrie Crusade) can melt anything.
Experiment 228 "Melty" (Lilo & Stitch)
Kannochi’s (Marchen Awakens Romance) Darkness ÄRM, Body Candle casts a curse that will cause his opponent to melt.
Purple Haze (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure) uses its virus to liquefy a pair of crows' flesh.
Trish Una (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure) uses Spice Girl to soften and liquefy a plane's hull.
Using intense friction and speed, Sonic the Hedgehog (Sonic the Hedgehog) melts asphalt into tar to trap Swatbots.