General information
Effects Allows the user to manipulate reality.
Trigger Strong emotions and vivid imagination.
Alignment {{{Alignment}}}
Category Active Power.

Projection or Reality Warping is an extremely powerful and rare ability only possessed by Witches and other magical beings who are destined for great things. Projection is the ability to draw one's desires and wishes into reality, allowing using to manipulate reality, time travel and grant any number of powers to another magical beings. The possibilities are only limited by one's imagination and control of the power.

The trigger to this power is usually by way of strong emotions and vivid imagination.


Both Projection and Thought Projection are powerful abilities which are difficult to control, especially to those who have recently gained the power or experience heightened emotions. The powers are both based on desire, as such they are difficult to control when users cannot control themselves. This may result in unwanted results when users are angry or scared.

The powers are activated with clear mind of mental picture of the desire and will require much focus. Once a user becomes more experienced, this process becomes easier.

Similar PowersEdit

Thought ProjectionEdit

Thought Projection is a coveted, rare and powerful ability that allows the user to bring their own imagination into reality. Users of this power are able to bring thoughts, fictional characters and objects or drawings to life. It can also be used to transform others and grant them powers.

This power is essentially a limited form of Projection, operating on a much smaller scale. It is also similar to Conjuration, the ability to draw objects into existence. When this power is used through drawings, tearing up the drawing will undo the magic.

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