-The Warrior Age: 17Height: 5'9"Weight: 121 lbs Sexuality: BisexualRelationship Status: Single Main Weapon: Druella Accent: British – "Now, if you'll excuse me, I'll go get drunk enough to make you all seem interesting."
Powers of a child of Lyssa:
Children of Lyssa have the ability to make themselves temporarily rabid, making their attacks more powerful and unpredictable, but they nearly lose their strategic ability.
Children of Lyssa can cause nearby animals to become rabid and, once in this state, can command them to attack an enemy. This ability can only be used on up to 3 animals at one time. The larger the animal, the more energy it drains.
Children of Lyssa, when enraged, can ignore damage sustained in battle temporarily . Once they have calmed down, however, the pain from the damage is intensified.
Children of Lyssa can cause people near them to temporarily develop symptoms of rabies, including agitation, hallucinations, and an inability to swallow, incapacitating the victim for a short period.
Children of Lyssa can channel their rage to supplement their strength and speed for a short time. The longer this is sustained, the more energy the child of Lyssa is drained.
Children of Lyssa can cause people near them become enraged and frenzied, reducing their competency and effectiveness in battle.
Children of Lyssa can cure rabies in both humans and animals at will.
Children of Lyssa are stronger when those around them are angry
Children of Lyssa can enter into a completely frenzied and enraged state in which their strength and combat prowess is doubled and they're resistant to all forms of damage temporarily. While in a frenzy, the child of Lyssa experiences difficulty in telling friend from foe.
Children of Lyssa are able to drain the rage and anger from those around them, using it to empower themselves for a short time, while also weakening the will of those they drain to fight, but once it has worn off, they are substantially drained
Children of Lyssa are able to transform into a dog, the longer they maintain this form the more energy it drains and the more time they need between transformations
Children of Lyssa are often irritable and easily angered.
Children of Lyssa are often fond of dogs, and can more effectively control them when rabid.
When in a calm state, children of Lyssa are often lethargic and apathetic, showing more emotion when angered