Punish a being.
The power to
punish a being for a specific reason.
The user can physically, mentally, or spiritually punish any being for breaking the rules or the law. The user can either banish, kill, or torment the victims with various forms of powers. When the law or rules are broken, the users power of punishment can be absolute and unrelenting.
The user can only use this power when a rule or law has been broken.
Users of Pride Empowerment are so arrogant that they will never accept the "lesson" they are given, rendering the "punishment" pointless as they are regarded as "complete monsters".
Bobobo Roulette is a game in which Bobobo (Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo) uses a roulette to decide who is guilty. Whoever he spins and lands on will face a very painful punishment.
Doraemon (Doraemon) uses his futuristic gadgets to punish wrongdoers. In this situation, he uses the Cursing Camera to capture a voodoo doll of Suneo...
...in order to punish him for being insensitively mean to others. To teach him a lesson on humility, Doraemon poured water onto the doll's lower region...
...to cause water to spill out of Suneo's lower region, making it look like he's suffering urinary incontinence in public, humiliating him in public.
For his greed, the Stone God of Hard-Determinism (Grindhouse and Watercolors) punished Nozik with the awareness of fate and destiny, making him a metaphorical and literal puppet of fate.
Nemesis (Valkyrie Crusade)
Izanami (Naruto) was designed to punish those who would abuse the reality-warping Izanagi by trapping them in an illusion of an endless cycle until they learned to accept their fate.
Amande (One Piece) executes King Baum for treason.
Pegasus J. Crawford (Yu-Gi-Oh!) uses the Penalty Game to such an effect...
...that he actually killed Keith Howard with a deadly illusion effect for cheating without remorse.