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Self-Manipulative Puppetry

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The power to control the user's own motor functions regardless of what state their body is in. Sub-power of Puppet Mastery. Variation of Motor-Skill Manipulation. Not to be confused with Self-Puppetry.

Also Called

  • Personal Motor-Skill Manipulation
  • Self-Puppeteering


User can control their own body like a marionette, allowing them to move freely even if they possess injuries or ailments that would normally impede normal movement such as paralysis, broken limbs or dislocated joints.




  • Control may be overridden by a user of Motor-Skill Manipulation.
  • User may not be as dexterous as they would be if they were to move normally.

Known Users

  • Quincy (Bleach); via the Ransōtengai technique
    • Quilge Opie
    • Uryū Ishida
  • Paralyzed Horse (Bravest Warriors); Via Telekinesis
  • Kimimaro Kaguya (Naruto)
  • Mikoto Misaka (Toaru Majutsu No Index)
  • Neferpitou (Hunter x Hunter)
  • Ghost Rider (Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance/Agents of Shield)
  • Gladys Foster (Legion)

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