- "Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power."
- ― Abraham Lincoln
The ability to bestow powers upon another. Opposite to Power Erasure.
- Ability Bestowal
- Power/Ability Dealing
- Power/Ability Distribution
- Power/Ability Granting
The user can give superpowers to others, either permanently or temporarily.
- Charisma Bestowal
- Divine Power Bestowal
- Enhancement Calling
- Flame Shield
- Future Sight Bestowal
- Immortality Bestowal
- Invulnerability Bestowal
- Magic Bestowal
- Mental Shield Creation
- Nigh Omnipotence Bestowal
- Omnipotence Bestowal
- Omniscience Bestowal
- Power Immunity Bestowal
- Regeneration Bestowal
- Summon Bestowal
- Travel Bestowal
- Ability Creation
- Chemical-Based Powers
- Lightning Induced Powers
- Meteorite Induced Powers
- Self-Power Bestowal
- Superpower Manipulation
- Title Bestowal
- In some cases the powers granted are based on the subject's DNA structure, so the user can't choose powers to give (See Ability Creation).
- Low-level Users can only grant powers that last for a limited time.
- The powers the user gives may come with psychological or physical detriments
- May be able to bestow only certain types of powers.
- Bestowed powers may be entirely random.
- Target may need certain qualities/accomplishments beforehand.
- Promicin (The 4400)
- Moon Rings (Mako Mermaids)
- Infuser (Megamind)
- Training wands (Wizards of Waverly Place)
- Ancient Urn (Charmed); contains the divine powers of godhood
- The Formula (Heroes)
- Training Necklaces (Balala Fairies)
- The Ray Sphere (Infamous)
- Devil Fruits (One Piece)
- Camp Bloodbath (The Final Girls)
- Butterfly/Moth Miraculous (Miraculous Ladybug)
- Space-Time Feather (Valkyrie Crusade)
- The Bow and Arrows (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure)
- Moon Pool (H2O: Just Add Water/Mako Mermaids)