Chain Manipulation (Apologizing in advanced for the length of this post)
1. You have chains bound to your forearms (similar to the blades of chaos). You can swing around two chains (one for each arm), use it like a whip, to capture or restrain, and mobility. They can extend and retract at will. The main ability of these chains is being able to give them 3 additional properties. You can superheat them, make them electrifying, freeze stuff by wrapping them around something and supercooling them. You aren't affected by what you change your chains to. If damaged or destroyed, they will repair themselves. But, they are permanently bonded to your forearms. You have to physically move them by swinging or throwing them forward. They only extend to max length of 30ft. You cannot switch between properties instantly, requiring them to return to their normal state before switching
2. You have chains bound to your back. You can use these chains as a whip, to capture or restrain, and mobility. They can extend and retract at will. The main ability of these chains is you're able to control them as if they were apart of your body and alter tips of them to three variants. (Hooks for grappling, spear-like for stabbing, weighted ball for blunt trauma) If damaged or destroyed, they will repair themselves. They can block incoming projectiles or attacks (if you're able to react in time). But, these chains are permanently attached to your back. You only have two chains to use. They can only extend to 30ft. You cannot change the tips instantly, they have to return to their normal state before switching. They are harder to control if you can't focus properly (like if you had a concussion).
Both chain powers are strong enough to punch through steel and support your body weight and are highly durable. They take on the form of chains physically grafted to your skin in their dormant state. Both chains will never accidentally hurt you, instead they waill deflect away from you. (Mainly a safety protocol for #1). Don't worry, having the chains being pulled on won't cause any pain. Ask questions for more info.