Offensive
  1. Children of Alke can decrease an opponent’s strength and combat abilities for a short time, leaving them vulnerable to attack.
  2. Children of Alke are able to clap their hands so hard and fast that it sends a small shock-wave out. The shock-wave generates enough force to knock an opponent off their feet and possibly leaves bruises on their skin.
Defensive
  1. Children of Alke can become highly resistant to all physical attacks for a short time.
Passive
  1. Children of Alke wield amazing knowledge of combat and use of any weapon they come into possession of.
  2. The skin and muscles of a child of Alke are enhanced during combat, making them stronger and able to endure wounds more than the average human. They also possess heightened levels of stamina.
  3. Children of Alke always emit an aura of courage, people around them always feel slightly braver. Making them able to keep going in the face of fear. The user’s allies feel this, while their enemies feel slightly less brave.
  4. Children of Alke are able to use their courage to partially resist whatever sense of fear their opponent may present.
Supplementary
  1. Children of Alke have the ability to empower strength upon nearby allies and instil fear upon nearby enemies with a deafening war cry, the effects of the war cry only last for a short time.
  2. Children of Alke can control a person’s sense of courage during battle, able to substantially enhance that of a single ally’s for a moderate amount of time and decrease their opponent’s for a short time. This makes the opponent open to attack and also gives the user a chance to flee.
  3. Children of Alke are able to draw power from their own courage, meaning they can use it to heal their own wounds. Minor wounds heal quickly, major wounds heal slowly and fatal wounds cannot be healed at all. This power is somewhat draining and the user requires time to focus to do so.
3 Months After Character is Made
  1. Children of Alke receive some powers over the emotional energy of courage, as long as they feel enough courage to use them. They can fire energy beams that burn upon touch, emit protective veils around their bodies,create light sources and even infuse the energy into weapons. Increasing it’s strength and damage capacity for a short time.
6 Months After Character is Made
  1. Children of Alke can turn their brave and courageous emotional energies into tools, objects, weapons and other items, create semi-living constructs and/or create structures/buildings of varying permanence; however, only one combative item or semi-living construct can be conjured at a time and it cannot be larger than roughly twice the size of the one that conjured it. The longer they maintain combative items and semi-living constructs, the more it drains their energy, so they are more limited for the time they can keep these things cohesive.Constructs will quickly grow soft and fade away if the user gives into fear, pain etc and can’t bring themselves to move on. Since they’d lack the courage to maintain the construct.
9 Months After Character is Made
  1. Children of Alke can feed off the courage they’ve seen, created or even fantasized of in their lives and become a physical embodiment of courage. Their physical abilities and rate of healing will greatly increase. This only lasts for a short time, after which the user will be so exhausted they’d lack the ability to even move for some time and could even pass out.
Traits
  1. Children of Alke are nearly always incredibly brave, able to keep moving on in the face of fear, pain, hardship and even when their lives are endangered.
  2. Children of Alke normally possess a feeling of moral courage, able to do what they think is right in the face of popular opposition.
  3. Children of Alke tend to love the thrill of combat and the chance to show off their abilities, even to the point where they get excited to face a powerful opponent and train their bodies excessively.
  4. Children of Alke often grow up to be great soldiers, police officers and other professions that are considered dangerous. The child would possess the strength and valor to excel at these forms of work.
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