Superman Spell

The ability to cast a spell to give yourself or others Superman's powers.

With this ability, you can give yourself or others Superman's powers. The difference is that you get to vary up the source of power. If it's a rock, you'll be at 20% strength; if it's a nuclear reactor in New Mexico, you'll be at 120% strength. This allows you to bestow and remove the powers at will, and if someone abuses the power you give them, you can reduce it or take it away!
  • The good:
  • 1. Become a different version of the man of steel (Sentry, Hancock, etc. )
  • 2. Give yourself and others superpowers!
  • The bad:
  • 1. Some of the empowered may not be so noble
  • 2. Power supply may become obvious
  • 3. Making disposable items a power source

Created by 3901a433cd9b3f047116c6b6f346476d thesentence on August 3, 2009

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Last compared at: September 22, 2015 at 2:13 pm

WHD (anonymous) on 10/13/2010 at 1:35 am

Up for grabs right now. Different from Rise of the Kryptonian, because that actually turns you into a kryptonian, instead of using Superman's powers or derive them from a spell. And that one is only applicable on yoursefl, while this power can also give others the suerpman powers.

WHD (anonymous) on 6/22/2010 at 12:49 am

Assuming you cast the spell on your self, you'd need to "make" an inanimate object your power source where you draw your power from (like Superman gets his power from the sun). How would that work (for example with the power plant) if you're somewhere else (let's say New York)? And what is your weakness? You didn't mention any, and if it's kryptonite, will that be scarcely available in the area you live in?