Orbing other people without touching them
Hand gesture, concentration, vocal command
Remote Orbing is the ability to orb other people from one place to another without establishing physical contact. It is a form of remote teleportation. It can be channeled through the mind or hands. Paige Matthews, however, channels her power through vocal commands, but on occasion has been known to overcome this limitation, and will eventually outgrow it altogether. This ability is an advanced stage of Telekinetic Orbing.
As an Elder, Leo Wyatt used this to orb a group of students out of the manor and Up There to protect them. He later used it to send Phoebe from magic school back to the manor. She asked him for some orbing assistance, and he simply raised his hand toward her to send her off.
Paige's telekinetic orbing powers advanced to this level in 2004, she used it to send Phoebe back to the manor by raising her hand and yelling "Home!". She later used it to send Darcy back to the manor with Pandora's Box by once again raising her hand and yelling "Home!". Darcy disappeared in a glow of orbs, and came to a rough landing in the attic.
In the battle to reclaim the Up There and stop Neena from destroying the world, Paige used this power to orb Neena out of the Heavens, giving her sisters time to cast a spell in put her soul back into her body.
She was also able to orb Darryl around the world without touching him or calling out to him. It is hinted that Paige's powers will advance to this stage naturally at some point in the future.
List of beings who use(d) Remote OrbingEdit
Notes and TriviaEdit
- The main difference between this ability and Telekinetic Orbing is that the latter requires the user to call the object while the former has the user calling the name of the location.
- While Patra had stolen Paige's powers, she was able to send Billie out of the house by saying "Porch!".
- This is the last power gained by a Charmed One in the series. Paige's other Whitelighter powers don't count because she always had them, but just never knew how to use them for a time.