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Ability to perform independent movement in a gaseous atmosphere or vacuum. This movement can be carried out by the use of jet thrust propulsion, other similar means, or without any means at all (using inertia). In fiction, there are other possible ways of moving (by magic, telekinesis, etc.).


  • Pseudo-flight - A form of flight simulated by successive teleportation or jumps.
  • Restricted flight - A form of flight time-limited or restricted in the ability to maneuver freely (for example, levitation).
  • True flight - Ability of the character to move freely above the ground (gaseous medium or vacuum) for a long time.
  • Flying with the use of technical devices - Character uses wings, rocket engines, anti-gravity devices or something else that allows the user to move through air or another gaseous medium (or vacuum). Primary drawback is the dependence of flight on said device.
  • Flight due to other abilities - Character does not need any additional devices, and can move through air or another gaseous medium (or vacuum) due to the the user's natural abilities. It is possible to fly using magic, via telekinesis, gravity manipulation, manipulation of energy or even reality warping.


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  • Some things for Jerry Mouse?

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    • It's better to deal with this thread first before checking another one about the s...
    • But i can only put the dancers category since Jerry switched from being mostly part of normal families and there seems to be no levitation si...
  • Saitama psuedo flight?

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    • More than Multi-continent means he's at least multi-continent or moon level, nowhere near planet level, But i think future feat might put ...
    • No, Saitama can't fly. Not even pseudo. He can use his speed to stay suspended in air for a while and exchange plenty of blows in short t...