Crash (粉砕 Kurasshu) is an extremely powerful Caster Magic.
Crash has various offensive and defensive properties. Using its inherent nature of being able to crush anything it comes into contact with, the user is able to nullify the effects of certain Magics by smashing them to pieces, occasionally exemplified by the crushed substance, be it Magic or otherwise, becoming separated into numerous cubes. However, should Crash be directly cast on another living being, the target splits apart and becomes reduced to numerous, doll-like versions of themselves. This effect is not permanent, and the affected will, with time, return to their original shape. However, should the user wish, they can reassemble the divided person with a simple motion.
By imbuing their fist with Crash, the user is able to send an enemy flying numerous meters with incredible force. It is also capable of being fired as a burst of energy at the opponent. This Magic can also be utilized effectively as a defensive means. For example, by crushing the ground underneath them, the user is able to create a cushion of sorts against enemy attack. It is also possible for Crash to be used as a deflective barrier, sending an assailant flying backwards when they come into contact with it.
- In his previous work, Rave Master, Hiro Mashima featured a Dark Bring known as a All Crush that had the same abilities as Crash: causing anything the user touches, be it living or inanimate, to be reduced to little pieces in an instant. Although, unlike Crash, the effects of this stone appear to be very passive.
- ↑ Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 166, Page 11
- ↑ Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 166, Page 5
- ↑ Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 167, Cover
- ↑ Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 238, Page 15
- ↑ Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 205, Pages 16-19
- ↑ Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 238, Pages 15-16
- ↑ Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 205, Pages 9-10
- ↑ Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 205, Pages 11-12
- ↑ Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 233, Page 14
- ↑ Rave Master Manga: Chapter 115, Pages 5-7
- ↑ Rave Master Manga: Chapter 115, Page 14