Power to separate and disperse into smaller particles. Opposite to Reforming.
- Swarm Form
User can disperse their body into smaller fragments, like someone who already is made of sand, insects or water spreading themselves or vampires that can turn into flock of bats, scattering into large area while retaining control over their fragments instead of staying in relatively cohesive form and reforming from any part.
While this ability does not really make the best offensive as a defensive form it is almost invincible.
- Spying/scouting large areas at once.
- Defensive dispersing making the user very hard to hurt and especially capture/kill since finding all of the fragments is practically impossible using normal methods.
- Bullet Projection by launching fragments as projectiles.
- Shard Manipulation by manipulating fragments to attack.
- Sharpness Manipulation if the fragments are particle-sized, creating thin bladed weapons.
- Weapon Creation by restructuring the fragments into various formations.
- Animal Swarming: User scatters into swarm, flock, pack or other group of animal to attack, or escape.
- Arachnid Swarming: Users disperses into a swarm of arachnids.
- Avian Swarming: User disperses into a flock of birds.
- Bat Swarming: User disperses into a swarm of bats.
- Insect Swarming: User scatters into a swarm of insects.
- Butterfly Swarming: User disperses into a ramble of butterflies.
- Rodent Swarming: User disperses into a swarm of rodents.
- Snake Swarming: User disperses into a den or rhumba of snakes.
- Body: User scatters their own body by deconstructing their cellular and body structure.
- Division: User scatters in smaller versions or forms of themselves.
- Elemental: User scatters their elemental form.
- Ash Resurrection
- Elemental Mimicry
- Form Shattering
- Intangibility/Elemental Intangibility
- Liquid Mimicry
- Molecular Teleportation
- Partial Teleportation
- Safe Mode
- There's a limit for how far the scattered parts can be from any other part.
- May need most of the scattered pieces together to be able to reform.
- Lack of all parts may cause inability to reform or cause reforming in diminished/wounded state.
- Amount of scattered pieces may be limited by the user's body size.
- May require enhanced coordination to control all the fragments.
- Horde of Haiku (Xiaolin Showdown)