The ability to combine using teleportation with physical fighting. Technique of Teleportation. Variation of Combat Merging.
The user can combine using teleportation with physical fighting to gain advantage enabling them to attack from every angle.
- May become over-reliant on teleportation during fights.
- May have a teleportation pattern, causing them to be predictable.
Echidna Parass (Black Cat) forming a gateway between two spaces to teleport her bullets and knives at unsuspecting blind-spots.
Awaki Musujime (A Certain Magical Index) teleporting things around to strike her foes, or into them for impaling purposes.
Kuroko Shirai (A Certain Magical Index/A Certain Scientific Railgun) teleporting a sheet of glass into a pillar, cutting it.
Vergil (Devil May Cry) makes heavy use of his Dark Slayer Style to teleport around the battlefield during combat.
Janemba (Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn) uses the Illusion Smash, warping his fists through portals to punch Goku from a distance.
Using the Ghost Drive Command Style, Aqua (Kingdom Hearts) rapidly teleports while attacking.
Using Dark Aura, Riku (Kingdom Hearts) warps through multiple portals to attack enemies from all directions.
Nightcrawler (Marvel Comics)
The Spot (Marvel Comics) demonstrates...
...and redirects physical attacks.
By using Kamui, Kakashi Hatake (Naruto) can teleport his target into the alternate dimension, and can either limit it to a limb, or the entire body.
Minato Namikaze (Naruto) using his space-time techniques extensively in battle.
Obito Uchiha (Naruto) uses his Kamui to teleport people into his dimension, launch blades out, and render himself intangible.
Trafalgar Law (One Piece) can use teleportation to evade or redirect attacks while using his ROOM technique.
Locus (Marvel Comics) Can use her teleportation powers to more lethal degrees than most, such as conciously choosing to warp select parts of a person away at a time.