The ability to
control the path of projectile attacks. Combination of Vector Manipulation and Projectile Enhancement.
The user can control a projectile's trajectory path once it is fired or thrown, whether it be a bullet, laser beam, boomerang, etc. This allows the projectile to curve around barriers and obstacles to reach targets, attack at unsuspecting angles and blind-spots, confuse opponents as it keeps moving around before making the unexpected strike, and have it gain momentum and piercing power by flying around.
May not be able to control projectile if it is stopped forcibly.
Control over projectile may be lost if the user loses concentration.
Controlling multiple projectiles simultaneously requires high spatial awareness.
Control Chair ( Stargate Series); for drone weaponry
Alice Fuji (Arachnid) can control the trajectory of her hooked blade via the attached thread, which will also help her spread the
Spider Thread around the area.
P'Li (Avatar: The Legend of Korra) is a unique
Combustion Bender who can shift the flight course of her explosive beams.
Durham Glaster (Black Cat) can use his Tao to guide his
Uryū Ishida (Bleach) can alter his the trajectory path of his
Heilig Pfeil and Seele Schneider.
Son Goku (Dragon Ball) using his
Bending Kamehameha to twist his blast to chase down an evading Raditz.
Yamcha (Dragon Ball) can control his
Sōkidan, gaining kinetic energy as it continuously strikes the target at various angles.
Freeza (Dragon Ball) controlling the path of his
Tsuibi Kienzan so long as he maintains concentration.
Father (Full Metal Alchemist) controlling the trajectory of enemy flames, redirecting it towards the enemy at faster speed and force.
Sasuke Uchiha (Naruto) using
Manipulated Shuriken Technique to control the path of his thrown shuriken via wires.
Kidōmaru (Naruto) adding a chakra thread to his
Spider War Bow: Terrible Split arrow to control the trajectory.
Darui (Naruto) controlling the path of his
Storm Release: Laser Circus.
Mukade (Naruto) firing his fingertip missiles and controlling their trajectories via his chakra threads.
Link (The Legend of Zelda) can control the path of his
Lance's Aerodactyl (Pokémon Adventures) bending its "Hyper Beam" in a zigzag fashion to gain momentum.
Lance's Dragonite (Pokémon Adventures) bending its "Hyper Beam" in various angles to redirect it to Palkia.
Gein (Rurouni Kenshin: Restoration) utilizing his wires with launcher darts at his fingertips to fire them off at high speed, controlling their trajectories via the wires.
Medusa Gorgon (Soul Eater) using her
Vector Arrow, creating projectiles that she can control the trajectory, allowing sharp turns and even create a web-like pattern.
Freischutz (Valkyrie Crusade) can manipulate the trajectory of her magic bullets, making them always hit her targets.