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Evil Natural Water is an extremely powerful being that works for the Monster Association, an elite group of horrifying creatures working to dismantle the Hero Association.
Evil Natural is notable for being the second monster to ever survive a casual punch from Saitama throughout the series. However, unlike the first to do so, Boros, Evil Natural Water did not survive through sheer strength; he survived through its extraordinary powers instead.
Being a vessel made entirely from liquid, Evil Natural Water is extremely difficult to kill through physical or conventional means and is able to reform if its water gets splattered. After being severely weakened by Saitama's blow, gluttonous S-Class Hero Pig God deals the watered beast its final blow.
Powers and Stats
Tier: At least 7-B
Name: Evil Natural Water
Origin: One Punch Man
Classification: Dragon-level threat, Mysterious Being
Attack Potency: At least City level (Is a Dragon level threat, and treated as one of the most powerful members of the Monster Association. Took on Atomic Samurai, Pig God and Child Emperor at once with ease)
Lifting Strength: Unknown
Striking Strength: At least City Class (Knocked Atomic Samurai to the ground with its jet streams)
Durability: At least City level (Tanked attacks from the other heroes. Withstood Tornado ripping the city-sized Monster Association building from out of the ground.), intangibility and regeneration make it even more difficult kill, allowing it to survive a casual punch from Saitama.
Stamina: Very high, decreases gradually however
Range: Dozens of meters via size and with jet streams
Standard Equipment: Water that it manages to absorb from the air
Weaknesses: Has a limited water supply. So if a sufficiently powerful opponent can force it to disperse more water than it absorbs from the air, it will eventually shrink smaller and smaller. Vulnerable to vaporization.