Yata and Reaver

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Yata and Reaver
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Yata and Reaver

Post by Yata and Reaver » Mon Oct 19, 2015 12:42 am

HERO/VILLAIN NAME: Yata(Yatagarasu)/Reaver

CHARACTER TYPE (Hero, villain, or citizen?): Hero

CIVILIAN/ALTER EGO NAME: Shun Itagaki/Reaver

AGE (all characters must be at least 18): 19/Reaver's a dog

CHARACTER'S BACKSTORY :

Born and raised in New York's Chinatown, Shun Itagaki was well known as a martial arts prodigy in his neighborhood. His neighbors gave him the nickname Yatagarasu, which was shortened to Yata because he had a tendency to talk a lot. However, unlike his father Rokuro Itagaki, Shun was quite lazy.

One day, Shun got into a heated argument with his parents and he ran away from home, moving to Los Angeles. In LA, he got into trouble with the triads. Fortunately, a genetically engineered super dog saved his life. Shun named the dog Reaver and the two became inseparable.

POWERS: List your character's powers, and describe the limits of the powers (i.e. Super strength: hits with 10 tons maximum blunt force). If you need ideas, go to the following website: http://powerlisting.wikia.com/wiki/List ... _Abilities

Yata's powers

1. Eidetic Memory
2. Superhuman Agility
3. Animal Empathy - Can read the emotions of animals
4. Inner Focus - Yata can use his own soul to augment his musculature, giving him superhuman strength, speed and durability. A telltale sign of this ability is the blue fire-like aura around him.

Reaver's powers

1. Super speed
2. Super strength
3. Durability
4. Healing Factor


WEAKNESSES (Unless otherwise stated, you have all normal human weaknesses):

Yata has normal human weaknesses without the use of his Inner Focus ability. The use of his inner focus ability taxes his body greatly and using it for too long(Or increasing his power too much) can cause muscles and ligaments to give way and tear. Yata's empathic abilities are limited to animals.

Reaver will not attack Yata under any circumstance.
"Ass whoopin', comin' up"
Shun Itagaki/Yatagarasu

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