The ability to utilize robotic arm. Sub-power of Attachment, Bionic Physiology, and Technorganic Physiology.
- Bionic Arm
- Cyber/Cyborg/Cybernetic Arm
- Mecha/Mechanical/Mechanized Arm
User possesses and is able to wield a programmable, mechanical arm that is similar to that of a human arm. The arm can be programmed and designed in order to fit the need of the user.
Some robotic arms are to be assembled or disassembled to various forms of technology, allowing the user to perform system checks, enhancements, and upgrades.
In some cases, users would may possess at least one, two, or even multiple artificial arms, with possibly each of them may possessing a variety of functions, whether for battle, or not for battle.
- May be disabled by EMP (Electric Magnetic Pulse).
- May require a power source in order to function.
- Arm may require a type of support system or aid.
- May be susceptible to the elements.
- Once the arm(s) is/are demolished or cut off, the abilities that are bestowed are utterly removed, unless the user has Mechanical Regeneration.
Matilda the Armadillo (Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog)
Payback Fox (Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog)
Vera Lynn Black (DC Comics)
Rick Sanchez (Rick and Morty: The Whirly Dirly Conspiracy) with cybernetic arm.
Jack (Samurai Jack) acquired a cybernetic power-gauntlet from the scientist, Exdor, in order to defeat the Ultrarobots.
After having his right arm severed by Alopex, Tiger Claw (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2012) had it replaced with a robotic appendage…
…which can be swapped out for a claw-like appendage…
Hoss Delgado (The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy)
Arsenal (Young Justice: Invasion) uses his bionic arm for many purposes.
The KGB (Marvel Comics) created and attach a robotic arm to Bucky Barnes after losing his original.
Garrison Kane (Marvel Comics)
Wahl Icht (Fairy Tail) as a Machinas can make his arms more robotic to augment his strength and shot fire blasts.
Edward Elric (Fullmetal Alchemist)
Tōshirō Hijikata (Gintama) had the matsuibō connected to his arm evolve into a Super-Electric Matsuibō RX.
Kōtarō Katsura (Gintama) had his right arm replaced with Hijikata's Super-Electric Matsuibō RX by Kagura.
Kankou (Gintama) had his left arm torn off by his son, so he replaced it with a mechanical one, though he did lose it from time to time in battle, such as against Utsuro.
Oboro (Gintama) lost his left arm to Kondo and Hijikata, so he replaced it with a robotic one, allowing him to grab onto Takasugi's sword without injury.
Rudol Von Stroheim (Jojo's Bizarre Adventure Part II Battle Tendency), shows off his new limbs!!!
Kiru (Karakuri) has a Mechanism on his right arm, allowing him to inject liquid methane into his victims and control its pressure and temperature.
Franky (One Piece) is a cyborg with robot arms allow use of arsenal of artillery…
Zephyr (One Piece) has a mechanical arm that works no worse than his original arm that was cut off.
Genos (One Punch Man) has two bionic arms which are installed with the Incineration Cannons.
The inside of Lee Pyron's (Shaman King) arm.
Jushi Mataza Tsumuji (Tenjho Tenge) controlling eight robotic arms via his two hidden normal arms to wield eight spears.
Vash the Stampede (Trigun) using the hidden gun
within his cybernetic left arm.
Nathan Spencer (Bionic Commando)
Barret Wallace (Compilation of Final Fantasy VII)
Zadornov's (Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker) possesses a built-in lighter that can be used as both a flamethrower
and makeshift rocket
After losing his left arm, Venom Snake (Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain) had it replaced with a customizable red prosthetic.
The iconic Cyberdemon (Doom) uses its, rocket-launching, robot arm to attack the player.
After losing his left arm and life to Ryu, Yaiba (Ninja Gaiden) was revived with cybernetics, particularly Cyber Arm.
Live Action Television/Films
After initially modifying a chainsaw to serve as a replacement hand, Ashley J. Williams (The Evil Dead series) crafted a fully functional robotic hand from a metal gauntlet.
After losing her right arm to Adam Taurus, Yang Xiao Long (RWBY) eventually obtained a cybernetic one from James Ironwood.
James Ironwood (RWBY) displaying his cybernetic augmentations, including his arm.