- "You're.. fading away."
- "Well, that's what happens when you put your entire being into an attack... not that Nobodies have beings."
- ― Sora and Axel (Kingdom Hearts II)
The power to kill oneself or cause others to kill themselves in order to cause an attack. Sub-power of Suicide Inducement.
- Kamikaze Attack
- Self-Sacrifice Attack
- Self-Sacrificial Attack
- Suicide Attack
The user of this power can kills themselves by any method in an attempt to take their enemies down with them. The user can even induce suicide in others to cause the same effect.
- The user might not have Resurrection and they will just end dying right on the spot.
Chaozu (Dragon Ball Z) self-destructs in a failed attempt to take Nappa with him.
Tenshinhan (Dragon Ball Z) using the Kikōhō, a very draining attack that can eventually kill him if used at a low reserve, as he once died doing so.
Semi-Perfect Cell (Dragon Ball Z) activating his planet-destroying self-destruction that even he cannot stop.
Vegeta (Dragon Ball Z) releasing all the energy within his body for a gigantic explosion at the cost of his own life.
Axel (Kingdom Hearts series) ends up destroying himself by putting all of his power into a single attack that destroys every other Nobody in the general vicinity.
The destructive power of a Reject Dial (One Piece) is equally inflicted on both the target and the user. Just one use of the dial is enough to kill a normal person.
Black Fog (Pokémon) using Self-Destruct as its last resort, exploding and killing itself rather than being captured by a human.