The power to be altered to manufacture and utilize weaponry without the use of actual weapons.
- The Living Weapon
- Swiss Army Body
- Onboard Weaponry
User has undergone experimentation to manifest weapons from the body as offense or defense. They may become an inorganic being to utilize this power, their body may contain a different variety of weapons including: retractable blades, Tentacle Extension, a bullet-firing mechanism, laser cutting torch/weapon, projecting heat, cold, or electricity, etc. Their body has evolved to adapt to any situation as a living weapon.
In extreme cases their entire body becomes a living weapon, gaining Adaptive Armor, and giving every part of them lethal applications.
Mecha Frieza (Super Dragon Ball Z) is outfitted with a shoulder-mounted rocket launcher, explosives on his waist, and a metal tail equipped with armor and blades.
River Tam (Firefly) is constantly stated to be a living weapon.
Genesect (Pokémon) is armed with a cannon, which allows it to fire its Techno Blast, a powerful artillery attack dependent on the drive installed.
Adam Jensen (Deus Ex: Human Revolution)
Due to the Ignition Weapon that was infused into his body, Kang Horyang (Tower of God) was made a Living Ignition Weapon.
Fulgore (Killer Instinct)
Dr. Nefarious (Ratchet & Clank)
Nightmare (Devil May Cry)
Metal Sonic (Sonic the Hedgehog)
Franky (One Piece) has installed various artillery in his bionic body.
Rudol Von Stroheim (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 2: Battle Tendency)
Nagato/Pain (Naruto) use the Rinnegan's Asura Path to augment his own body to summon mechanised armour and various ballistic and mechanical weaponry.
Cyber Shadow (The Young Guardians)
Last Army (Valkyrie Crusade)
Ransik (Power Rangers Time Force)
Hades (Kid Icarus: Uprising) wearing his Devastation Ensemble.
Thanks to the nanites inside his body, Rex Salazar (Generator Rex) can transform his body into any weapon.