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Question Canon-specific Powers

Discussion in 'Questions & Suggestions' started by Moonbeam Funk, Sep 17, 2017.

  1. Moonbeam Funk

    Moonbeam Funk Player

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    Okay so, sometimes a canon has some subset of powers that all come from a common source like Devil Fruit powers from One Piece, or in the particular case I'm bringing up today, Quirks from My Hero Academia. They can be pretty closely compared to genetic mutations from comics like DC and Marvel, which makes sense since MHA draws a ton of obvious inspiration from western comics, but Quirks do seem to have some specifics to how they function.

    My question is basically this: Do Quirks that work on Quirks continue to only work on Quirks in Pandora?

    There's two particular Quirks that come to mind with an effect like this, Erasure stops non-passive Quirks from being activated while All For One can steal and distribute Quirks. I'm mostly asking about the former, but I figure it doesn't hurt to mention All For One too. Basically I want to know if Erasure wouldn't work on the vast majority of Pandora, or if Quirks would be considered similar enough to some forms of superpower-granting genetic mutations to fall under the same broader category.

    Thanks in advance!
    #1 Moonbeam Funk, Sep 17, 2017
    Last edited: Sep 30, 2017