The power to restore physical structures to optimal condition. Sub-power of Elemental Transmutation and Technology Manipulation. Inorganic counterpart to Healing.
- Inorganic Renewal
The user can repair and return any broken or damaged non-living object to its optimal state no matter how long it has been broken or how damaged it was.
- Can only be used on non-living objects.
- Larger or more complicated objects may take longer and/or more power to repair.
- May have limit to how many/big objects can be repaired.
- May have limit to how extensive damage can be repaired.
- Chronoscepter (Ratchet & Clank)
- Wraith Blade (Legacy of Kain)
- Queen La's Staff (Legend of Tarzan)
- The Horse Talisman (Jackie Chan Adventure)
- Ralua Forest (The New Gate)
Using Timeless Vision, Trevor Belmont/Alucard (Castlevania: Lords of Shadow) can temporarily restore the ruined areas of Dracula's castle to their original condition.
The Elric brothers (Fullmetal Alchemist) can use alchemy to restore broken/damaged items to "perfect" condition.
Using the Chronoscepter, Clank (Ratchet & Clank) can restore broken and damaged objects to their original condition by striking them.
Leo (Charmed) repairing a neon sign with his Healing powers.
Drawing on Raziel's life force, the Wraith Blade (Legacy of Kain) restores the material Soul Reaver.
The Horse Talisman (Jackie Chan Adventure) can repair inanimate objects, such as a broken statue and a sinking cruise ship.
Josuke Higashikata (JoJo's Bizzare Adventure: Diamond is unbreakable) has a stand that is able to restore anything it touches into a previous state, or simply repair an object by touching it.