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Magic Materialization (物質出現魔術 Butsushitsu Shutsugen Majutsu)[1] is a magical ability used to create physical matter out of thin air.

Overview

The user uses magic to generate whatever object they wish. Depending on the user, the range of what they can create varies.

Usage

Namekians of the Dragon Clan have the ability to create objects from nothing, and they use it to create everything from houses and furniture, and those who reach genius-class can also use it to create Dragon Balls.

Spike the Devil Man created a trident for his fight with Goku.

King Piccolo is believed to have used it (off-screen) to create his throne (which somewhat resembles the throne used by Grand Elder Guru later in Dragon Ball Z).

Kami used this to restore Goku's clothes that were wrecked by Piccolo in the 23rd World Martial Arts Tournament.

Piccolo uses the Magic Materialization several times to create uniforms for himself and Gohan, as well as a few other items.

Garlic Jr. makes a throne

Garlic Jr. used this technique to create a throne in The Lookout similar to the one he had in his fortress.

Dabura makes a sword

Dabura created a sword when fighting Gohan and a spear when opposing Majin Buu.

Piccolo creates an hourglass in order to show the time Super Buu has to wait for his fight with the ultimate warrior, Gotenks.

Shin materialized a block made of Katchin to test the sharpness of the Z Sword.

Old Kai created a Crystal Ball, a highly useful device to monitor something that happens with another creature.

In Dragon Ball Super, the Grand Minister uses Magic Materialization to create a fighting ring and spectator seats for the Zeno Expo. During the Tournament of Power, Saonel uses the technique to provide Pirina with a new glove after the latter regenerates his right arm.

Nuova Shenron uses this technique to make a lens appear in order to perform his Nova Death Ray.

In Dragon Ball GT: A Hero's Legacy, Mamba uses this to create a scythe.

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