I was curious if having a physical body is necessary to wield a Lantern Corps ring. We’ve seen all sorts of people wield them; planets, animals, aliens, etc. But, could a ghost perhaps wield one?

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    There's also a sentient city; dc.fandom.com/wiki/Ranx_(New_Earth)
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    Sep 24 at 14:00
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  • If the fiction writer wants a make-believe non-corporeal entity to do something, then obviously the make-believe non-corporeal entity will do what the fiction writer wants it to do. (But that breaks continuity!! LOL as if that's never stopped comic book writers...)
    – RonJohn
    Sep 25 at 21:45

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There are several example of bodiless entities wielding Lantern Rings of various colours.

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