- For a gallery of examples for Spirit Physiology, see here.
The ghost of Hamlet's father appearing before him
take on the characteristics of a spirit
Power to use the abilities of spirit. Variation of Mythic Physiology.
- Spectral Being
- Spirit Form/Mimicry
User with this ability either is or can transform into an spirit: a supernatural and conscious (although not necessarily sentient) being that in its normal state is incorporeal, invisible and immaterial. Many spirits are able to materialize either by shifting into more solid form or taking a vessel to give them physical shape, this can be done either by possessing already existing form (either living being or object) or by animating and wrapping part of the environment "around" them.
There are several types of spirits, ranging from the souls of dead (ghosts) to the spirits of places, objects, concepts and/or elements. Several forms of magic center around contacting and bargaining with spirits.
- Ectoplasm Manipulation
- Fear Inducement
- Illusion Manipulation
- Phantasm Manipulation
- Astral Manipulation
- Astral Trapping
- Death Inducement
- Decelerated Aging, Semi-Immortality or Immortality
- Disease Manipulation
- Dream Walking
- Mental Inducement
- Portal Creation
Ghost Physiology: spirits/souls of the dead, often bound to stay until certain conditions are met. This can vary from honorable burial, unfinished business/revenge or self-appointed duties. Ancestral spirits are part of this group, given their involvement/ties with their families.
- Banshee Physiology
- Baykok Physiology: Flight, Enhanced Archery, Paralysis Inducement
- Revenant Physiology
- Wraith Physiology
Spirits of Nature: manifestations/embodiments of natural phenomena, places, elements or animals.
- Animal Spirits/Totems: spirits connected to either certain species (cats, hawks), family (felines, raptors) or class (mammals, birds)
- Elementals/Elemental Spirits: spirits of certain elements.
- Genius loci: spirits of places, either natural areas or objects or places that could include cities or buildings.
Poltergeist Physiology - Spirits that haunt a person rather than a location, who destroy things for no reason and get more violent the more they are ignored.
- Ancestral Evocation
- Astral Projection
- Daimon Physiology
- Ectoplasm Mimicry
- Ethereal Physiology
- Faery Physiology
- Soul Manipulation
- Spiritual Symbiosis
- Certain forms of magic and technology allow their users to control and/or imprison spirits.
- May be vulnerable to any abilities that affect spirits such as a Spirit Barrier or Exorcism.