The Life Fibers are a sentient race of extraterrestrial parasites who feed off of planets to survive. They are all controlled by the Primordial Life Fiber, which landed on Earth tens of thousands of years ago. The way that they reproduce is by feeding off of the energies of a planet's dominant species. Through gradually absorbing this power, they eventual fuse together under the command of the Primordial Life Fiber, form into a cocoon like state around the planet, and then destroy it. The Life Fibers use the force resulting from the planet's explosion to propel their seeds faster throughout the cosmos seeking for other planets where their life cycle can begin again.

Powers and Stats

Tier: Unknown | 7-A | Unknown. At least 7-A, likely higher | 5-B

Name: Life Fibers

Origin: Kill la Kill

Gender: Genderless

Age: Unknown (Views the entirety of humanity's history as a somewhat short timeframe)

Classification: Extraterrestrial Parasitic Life Forms

Powers and Abilities: (Powers Vary between certain types) Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Power Bestowal, Flight, Telepathy, Regeneration (Level varies between types), Reactive Evolution, Shapeshifting, Statistics Amplification, Mind Control, Empathic Manipulation, Memory Manipulation, Sound Manipulation, Fire Manipulation, Afterimage, Cloth Manipulation, Biological Manipulation, Longevity, Negating Regeneration Factors, Negating Shapeshifting

Attack Potency: Unknown | Mountain level (Should be somewhat comparable to a Nui clone, as it fought alongside them. Easily overpowered MKII Gamagori) | Unknown. At least Mountain level, likely higher (Held Ryuko at bay with its missiles) | Planet level (Forces the current planet it is inhabiting to explode, spreading the seeds it makes throughout the cosmos. Has done this to many planets in the past and would've done the same to Earth)

Speed: Unknown | Massively Hypersonic+ (Able to easily intercept the Elite 4) | At least Massively Hypersonic+ (Blocked and countered Ryuko with its missiles) | Unknown

Lifting Strength: Unknown | Most are Class K (Can restrain an enraged Gamagori to the ground) An especially powerful one grew to be Class G via size | Class G via size | Class E via size (Wraps around the entire planet like a cocoon)

Striking Strength: Unknown | Mountain Class | Unknown. At least Mountain Class, likely higher | Unknown

Durability: Varies depending on its host | Mountain level | Country level | Unknown

Stamina: Very high

Range: Unknown | Extended Melee Range via size for most. Several Kilometers via size for the most powerful COVER | Several Kilometers via size | Planetary via size

Standard Equipment: Various hosts to feed off of and function through

Intelligence: Able to manipulate and enhance other life forms to tremendous extent (they are the reason humans evolved into Homo Sapiens) Along with forming highly complex plans over the course of tens of thousands of years

Weaknesses: Kamuis become more vulnerable to attacks when their Banshi threads are cut. The Cocoon Sphere Genesis form takes tens of thousands of years to be successfully completed. And it can only destroy the planet once after that, until it regains energy over the course of millennia.

Notable Attacks/Techniques:

  • Power Bestowal/Granting: All the attacks Ryuko, Satsuki, Ragyo, Nui and the Elite 4 are capable of were granted through the Life Fibers.
  • Cocoon Sphere Genesis: After gaining a sufficient enough amount of energy from the dominant life form of a planet, the Life Fibers will fuse into this transformation and wrap around the planet causing it to explode and send its seeds throughout the cosmos.

Key: Individual Life Fibers and Kamuis | COVERs | Primordial Life Fiber | Cocoon Sphere Genesis

Note: The Life Fibers' ability to planet-bust is completely unusable for combat and no one else in the series scales to it.


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