The Enchanted Island & The Crew (Home Along Da Riles)
Clavicus Vile (The Elder Scrolls)
Bastian (The Neverending Story)
Bey Blade (The Secrets Magical Gourd)
Gigi Grant (Monster High)
Genie lamps (Arabic mythology)
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
Chaos can grant his own wishes without limitations. Making this power at it's full potential a variation of reality warping.
Crossroad demons (Supernatural) can grant the wishes of humans, but said wishes always result in the demon claiming said human's soul.
Shenron (Dragon Ball) can grant the wishes of anyone who gathers the seven Dragon Balls.
Vengeance demons (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) grant vengeance-related wishes of anyone who says them, though said wishes often result in the victim's gruesome death or even the creation of alternate realities.
Kyubey (Puella Magi Madoka) has the ability to grant wishes (which usually backfire) in form of contracts which causes the victim to become a Mahou Shojo.
Jirachi (Pokemon) can grant any wish to anyone! Even if the wish is...