- Cheating Death
- Reversed Death
- Rising from Death/Grave
The user can bring oneself and others back to life.
- Ash Resurrection
- Electrical Resurrection
- Killing Resurrection
- Mass Resurrection
- Multiple Lives
- Resurrection Field Projection
- Resurrection Replication
- Combined with Reactive Adaptation one may gain Adaptive Resurrection.
- Conversion Resurrection
- Event Negation
- Infinite Resurrection
- Life-Force Manipulation
- Regenerative Healing Factor
- Resurrection Empowerment
- May be limited to certain number of self-resurrections.
- May have limited time defined by how long the target has been dead.
- May only be able to resurrect others.
- Some variations may have side-effects, on either the user or the resurrected:
- User may suffer damage, exhaustion, or even death.
- Resurrected may not have completely healed from the wounds that killed them, or they may be missing memories, or a soul in some cases.
- Resurrected may deteriorate physically and/or mentally.
- For universal laws to be followed, resurrecting someone may require the death of another.
- Unavertable Death
- Resurrection Negation
- May require summoning or collecting the target's soul to properly resurrect the body.
- Tenseiga (InuYasha)
- Meido Stone (InuYasha)
- Book of the Dead (The Mummy)
- Water from the Well of Wonders (Once Upon a Time in Wonderland)
- Mark of Cain (Supernatural)
- CENTER (Toriko)
- Reanimator (Futurama video game)
- Chaos Emeralds (Sonic the Hedgehog)
- Giant Sea Urchin Tears (Urusei Yatsura)
- Serphiroth Graal (Highschool DxD)
- The Fake Lachryma (Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven)
- Mega Weapon (Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu)
- Mater, Tree of Life (Patapon Series)
- Medi Gun (Team Fortress 2); Only in Mann Vs Machine
- Shrine of Resurrection (The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild)