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Microwave emission

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Microwave emission
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Luke uses his ability on Daniel Simmons.
Held by: Luke Campbell,
Mr. Shelby (deceased)
Ability to: Emit microwaves

Microwave emission is the ability to emit microwaves.



Luke Campbell

Luke Campbell has demonstrated this ability with varying effects depending on what he used it on. When Luke used his ability on Sylar's mug, the tea inside boiled and splashed all over Sylar. When he used it on an action figure, it melted. Luke turned his ability on Daniel Simmons, burning his flesh, boiling his blood and giving it the consistency of water. Luke mentioned that it melts some things and burns others. He also mentioned that it produces interesting effects around pacemakers, but did not elaborate.

Mr. Shelby

Mr. Shelby has the ability to "manipulate microwave and cell-phone radiation and wireless signals", earning him the nickname "Mr. Microwave". When he uses his ability, his hands tremble a little, and he closes his eyes to concentrate. When he loses focus, whatever his palms are aimed at begins to cook. (Catch and Kill)


Other Examples

  • Mr. Shelby shows off his ability at cocktail parties and barbecues. (Catch and Kill)
  • Mr. Shelby stretches out his hands palms down over a frozen dinner and cooks his dinner. (Catch and Kill)
  • Mr. Shelby gets distracted and his hands begin to heat up the counter next to his dinner, causing the surface to ripple. (Catch and Kill)

Memorable Quotes

"Some stuff melts, some burns, water boils. A lot like a microwave."

"That's very impressive."

"You should see what happens around pacemakers."

- Luke Campbell, Sylar (Trust and Blood)

See Also

Evolved Human Abilities edit


Evolutions Abilities


Graphic Novel Abilities