Philip.Belben at Philip.Belben at
Fri Nov 1 06:04:28 EST 2002

Jennifer, quoting Kathleen:

>> What would this superpower be called? "Power of life and death" sounds
>> overly melodramatic and "power over the functioning of
>> organisms" sounds
>> bad. I've been trying to work this out for an idea for some
>> time now. Does
>> anyone have any suggestions?
> I've read something that uses this as an idea. Anti-healers can touch you
> and break all the bloodvessels in the skin to leave a bloody handprint, etc.
> Was it called power of the flesh, perhaps?
> How about corpory? (Latin corporeus, of the body, anglicised. I don't know
> what the Greek version would be).

I must admit I can't think of any obvious words for this power.  The nearest I
can come is physiomancy, but I think the -mancy suffix is the wrong sort of
power.  (Usually associated with divination, but I'm not sure how strict that

Anybody suggest any other physio- words that might be suitable?


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