You awake on a city street. The buildings are broken, and there's no signs of human life except for a few other bodies surrounding you. getting to your feet, you see that the city cuts off into a jungle in one direction. Roars, chirps, and growls come from all around you. You aren't alone. Looking on the back of your dominant hand, you see a marking. It's a symbol. This symbol correlates with a set of powers that you now have. You must survive and find out what happened.
Thousands of biomes exist in this world from multiple dimensions, some even being inhospitable. There are other survivors from other species and some humans, but they're VERY rare. Mythical monsters, beasts, demons, and even possibly some alien creatures lurk around. More creatures are at every single corner. Watch out.
With these, at night, you turn into a hunched-over classic wolf-like beast. A werewolf, generally, anyways. You can't control your actions without the proper training, and you don't remember the night before. Most of the time, at least. Even while a human you have claws and enhanced senses, also being quick and fast-thinking.
Cons: At first, you don't control your werewolf self and may injure, or even kill another human or something. Or worse, provoke an unwanted foe.
The symbol is of 3 silhouettes of humans. Each being bigger than the other.
With these, you can grow to up to 100 feet. When you're normal sized, you have slightly enhanced durability. You can also craft many new things extremely well with the given resources around you.
Cons: While you have enhanced durability, once you do get hurt, it's usually very bad. You're naturally clumsy. As you grow, your clothes tend to not grow with you unless you train your mind. (Might explain later if this gets chosen.). And, last but not least, you can't really use any normal weapons while giant-sized.
With these, you can turn into certain earth animals, but, the bigger and more powerful it is, the more energy it takes and the more tiring it is. You can't turn into anything bigger than a moose yet. The more you survive the more you will unlock. Same with taming. It's tiring to tame even the smallest little animal but, after surviving long enough, you begin to tame bigger animals. Some animals even the size of large dragons, maybe.
Cons: Animals are more likely to hunt you down and, even if you do tame one, it can turn on you at any moment.
Macy has long, dark brown hair that passes her waist. She has dark blue eyes, and pale skin. She is wearing a red scarf with a black jacket and blue jeans. She is also wearing grey tennis shoes.
Power Set: Elemental Master
Inventory:A small pocket knife
Bio: Macy grew up with only her father, as her mother died soon after she was born. She was mostly an outcast to her family, other than her dad. She grew up in a very high-class family, though she never fit in due to her tom-boyish nature. After her family got into a big fight with her father, they (Macy and her dad) moved out of the family home. Macy and her dad ended up moving to a small suburb, living in a one floor two person house. Around the time she was 19, Macy moved out of her dads home after they got into a fight. Since then, Macy lived on her own in a small apartment, paying for the apartment by working at a local cafe. Three years later, she was just getting home from work and went to sleep. When she woke up, Macy way laying on a street with a strange triangular shaped marking on her hand and no clue where she was.
Other: (Just gonna put her personality here) Macy is very independent and tough, always up for a challenge. She is very tom-boyish and is the type who acts without thinking. She can seem rude, but once your her friend, she is very kind, sweet, and funny. She does not open up to many people, due to her past of being a complete family outcast.