A magnetized dual-ion field bubble. The force field spreads forth in a sphere of charged ions which absorb kinetic abnormalities and disperse them across the entire surface of the field evenly and in the smallest fractions of seconds. The field also seems to deflect or severely disrupt excited-state photons and subatomic particles. This includes lasers and plasmas like napalm. Extremely slow-moving molecules tend to leak into the field, however. The field doesn't seem to stop anything moving under .04 meters per hour. Objects caught in the field and suddenly accelerated are pushed outward with startling force. This creates a slingshot effect sometimes, but can easily backfire if used offensively.