Lord of Altera
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Within days of a bond being formed with a water elemental,
the individual finds that they have begun to grow silver scales upon the backs of hands and the tops of feet,
with occasional stray ones upon the cheeks or shoulders.
Their eyes become more of a blue hue, lines throughout the iris apparent regardless of the colour of the rest.
The iris becomes blue, anything from a deep ocean to a light cerulean, and it very slowly moves around the pupil like the slow flowing of water.
The silver hued scales expand upward to mid thigh and shoulder, and their digits become webbed.
Along the underside of each arm a fin has formed, pressed flat to the arm unless in water.
◈ Cleanse (Passive, Times 'used': 52)
They are able to drink seawater or river water and find no salt, and no impurities take hold of them, as if they filter out the bad.
◈ Current II (Active, Times used: 35(I), 8(II))
I: They are able to move water (and only water) freely around them providing it is of a quantity no more than a pint.
If the liquid is mixed with something else, it cannot be moved. Holy water cannot be tampered with.
II: They can move water as they did before, but now in many times the capacity, a barrel is a good comparison.
◈ Restoration (Passive, Times 'used': 9)
To submerge themselves in water will restore them, leaving themselves feeling rejuvenated, and minor wounds such as scrapes and bruises will heal themselves at a rapid pace so long as they remain submerged. This is not for anything beyond that, wounds that need a medic will still need a medic.
◈ Clarity II (Passive, Times 'used': 32(I), 9(II))
I: They are able to see underwater without any sting or injury to opening their eyes in said water types, and it is not blurred until it at arms length.
II: Their sight is not hindered underwater by salt, toxins, or blurred vision, and can see around them with no issue. This is limited only in the sense of actual light not reaching the depths as it would on land, however, and this should be considered.