The Djinn (Wishmaster) usually granted wishes that intentionally harmed the wisher rather than help them.
- Desire Manifestation
- Wish Manifestation
The user can grant any wishes of others or oneself, manifesting the desires of others and themselves into reality and make their wildest dreams come true.
- Contract Bestowal
- Dimensional Manipulation
- Greed Manifestation
- Power Augmentation
- Power Bestowal
- Reality Warping
- Wishes may be restricted by rules. Most often "no wishing for more wishes" or Omnipotence.
- User may not be able to grant their own wishes.
- Dependent on granter, wishes may have loopholes and twists.
- Every wish comes with a price.
- May only be able to grant a limited number of wishes.
- User must be issued a command or wish to activate their power.
- They may not come out the way they wished for.
- Wishes may be literal. Example: if someone wished for a monster truck, the truck will act as a monster.
- The granters have to be persistent about their wishes.
- Auryn (The Neverending Story)
- Stone of Dreams (Wizards of Waverly Place - The Movie)
- Enchanted Hat (Wizards of Waverly Place)
- Russo Family Wand (Wizards of Waverly Place - The Movie)
- The Sacred Jewel of Four Souls (Inuyasha/Inuyasha: The Final Act)
- The Mirror of Incanta (Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure)
- Wish Orbs (Adventure Time)
- Mermaid Tears (The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack)
- Magical fungus (H2O: Just Add Water)
- Rainbow Stone (Shorts)
- Tiamat Coin (Supernatural)
- Wish-Granting Ring (Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch)
- 16 Birthday Candles (16 Wishes)
- Zathura (Zathura); only if a player receives a Shooting-Star card
- Carter Vane's head (The Lair)
- The Star Rod (Mario)
- THE BROWNSTONE SPIRE (Welcome to Night Vale)
- Hogyoku (Bleach)
- Brew (Soul Eater)