| Power Bestowal
Beatrice (Umineko no naku koro ni) bestows her Endless Magic to Eva-Beatrice.
Give supernatural powers/abilities to others.
The ability to bestow powers upon another. Opposite to Power Erasure.
- Power Dealing
- Power Granting
The user can give superpowers to others. Depending on how much control and experience the user has, the effect can either be permanent or temporary.
In the series of Charmed, a magical entity, named Kali, indirectly grants powers through physical contact with a mirror.
- 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
- Kagura Tennōzu (Speed Grapher)
- Tinisha Dolaira (The Young Guardians)
- Akuro/Mitama (Alive: The Final Evolution)
- Leon Nunez (Marvel)
- Mithra (Asira's Wrath)
- Synergy (Wildstorm)
- Kali (Charmed)
- Avatars (Charmed)
- Power Brokers (Charmed)
- The Source of All Evil (Charmed)
- Witches (Charmed)
- C2 (Code Geass)
- Mojo Jojo (Powerpuff Girls); via Chemical X
- Captain Marvel, Black Adam, and Shazam (DC Comics)
- Power Broker (Marvel)
- Sailor Saturn (Sailor Moon)
- The Phoenix Force (X-Men)
- Dr. Doom (Marvel)
- Shinigami (Bleach)
- Joseph Bertrand III (inFamous 2)
- Cole MacGrath (inFamous 2) (Evil Ending)
- Van Kleiss (Generator Rex)
- Ragtag (Static Shock)
- Philemon (Shin Megami Tensei: Persona)
- Loophole (Wild Cards)
- Izanami (Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4)
- Him (Powerpuff Girls)
- Him (Demashita! Powerpuff Girls Z)
- AdamFenix (Super/Lette)
- First Evil (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
- Fujiwara Nenene (Code: Breaker)
- The Darkness (Stupid Mario Brothers)
- Mata Nui (BIONICLE: The Legend Reborn)
- Alex Mercer (Prototype 2)
- Palutena (Kid Icarus Uprising)
- Viridi (Kid Icarus Uprising)
- Anna (Hiling)
- Miaka Yūki (Fushigi Yûgi)
- Yui Hongo (Fushigi Yûgi)
- Suzuno Osugi (Fushigi Yûgi)
- Takiko Okuda (Fushigi Yûgi and Fushigi Yûgi Genbu Kaiden)
- Wizards of Black Circle (Winx Club)
- Ethereal Fairies (Winx Club)
- Cleff (Magic Knight RayEarth)
- Gurrotto (Marina - Philippine TV series)
- Victoria Raymundo (Marina - Philippine TV series)
- Harimon (Krystala)
- Jacob (Lost)
- Misfits (Misfits); via lightning strike
- Azazel (Supernatural); via dripping his blood into babies' mouths.
- The Man in the Moon (Rise of the Guardians)
- Algernon (UN Comics)
- Yellow (Pokemon Adventures); via Viridian Forest
- Azami (Kagerou Days)
- Professor Crumbs (Wizards of Waverly Place)
- The Outsider (Dishonored)
- Slenderman (Slendermythos)
- Galactic Layline (Outlaw Star)
Ragtag of "Static Shock" can give powers to others, but they are only temporary.
Upon arriving on Earth, Akuro (Alive: The Final Evolution) granted many humans special powers, at the cost of including suicidal urges that most find hard to resist.
The Darkness (Stupid Mario Brothers)
The First Evil (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) merges with Caleb to grant him superhuman strength and durability.
Mata Nui gave his fellow Glatorian warriors elemental powers of fire, water, and wind
Kagura Tennōzu (Speed Grapher) carries a virus that can be transmitted to grant people's desires
Harimon is portrayed byEmilio Garcia and has the power to bestow powers to others using the power of his red stones.
While under a blue sun, Superman (DC Comics) develops "Superman Vision" that enables him to grant Kryptonian powers to others...
...as demonstrated here on Jonathan Kent.