- Soul Collection/Consumption/Harvesting/Stealing/Theft
User can absorb souls, while removing them from the source, into their body and use it in various ways, gaining some form of advantage, either by enhancing themselves, gaining the drained power, using it as power source etc., either temporarily or permanently.
- Absorbing Regeneration
- Assimilation Shield
- Energy Empowerment
- Enhanced Condition/Supernatural Condition
- Knowledge Absorption
- Life-Force Absorption
- Power Absorption
- Soul Empowerment
- Soul Energy Absorption
- Soul Removal
- Obtain access to items hidden in soul, like Soul-Bound Weapon.
- Afterlife Prevention
- Death Inducement
- Death Empowerment
- Life Reduction
- Reincarnation Denial
- Shapeshifting to the absorbed soul's former shape.
- Soul Channeling
- Soul Destruction
- Soul Manipulation
- Soul Mutilation
- May be limited to how much one can absorb.
- May have a limit for how many souls one can contain.
- May have limited range, including touch only.
- May have to continually absorb souls to survive.
- Soulless beings are immune.
- May only be able to absorb certain kinds of souls, such as those belonging to supernatural beings.
- Users of Soul Restoration, Absolute Restoration/Flawless Restoration can restore the souls of others.
See Also: Your Soul Is Mine.
- The Transistor (Transistor)
- Cubile Animus (My Babysitter's a Vampire)
- Dragon Blade (Charmed)
- Crystal Sword (Charmed)
- Mournblade and Stormbringer (The Elric Saga)
- Soul Edge (Soul Calibur)
- The Collector (Tracker)
- Orb of Baast (Yu Yu Hakusho)
- Agape Ring (Dark Souls II)
- Soul Gems (The Elder Scrolls series)
- Azura's Star/The Black Star (The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim)
- Daemon Ritus (Scooby-Doo; 2002 film)
- Soul Taker (Beware The Batman)
- Summoning Key (Call of Duty: Black Ops III)
- Claws of Hades (God of War)