The ability to disorientate someone's sense of balance. Variation of Mental Inducement. Opposite to Vertigo Negation.
- Psionic Equilibrium Distortion
- Vertigo Effect/Induction
User can give the target vertigo, causing confusion, disorientation and/or nausea, possibly even unconsciousness.
Count Vertigo (DC Comics)
Shinji Hirako (Bleach) using Sakanade to invert Bambietta's vision and hearing to cause her tremendous vertigo.
Yuuki Tenpouin (Code:Breaker) can use sound to distort his enemies' equilibrium.
Abigail Croft (Darker than Black) inducing a hallucinatory distortion on Hei to cause him vertigo.
A Level 4 Akuma (D.Gray-man) screaming to cause severe headaches.
Werner Vertigo (DC Comics)
Dosu Kinuta (Naruto) using his Resonating Echo Drill to absorb sound waves into his gauntlet and manipulate and redirect it with his chakra into his enemy's ear.
Kin Tsuchi (Naruto) using Illusion Bell Needles on Shikamaru an anime-exclusive technique that can distort his senses.
Lord Mordred Hood (Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog)
When Bellamy (One Piece) performs his "Spring Hopper" the continuous sounds of his springs can disorientate his enemies.
Rosalind "Rosa" Dillon (The Flash)