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The power to be mutated beast. Variation of Mutated Monster Physiology and Mutant Physiology. Not to be confused with Mutated Monster Physiology. Opposite to Superanimal Physiology.

Also Called

  • Animal/Animalistic/Beast/Bestiary/Faunal Abomination/Deviant/Freak/Infestation/Mutate/Mutant Physiology
  • Corrupted/Deviated/Infected Animal/Beast/Faunal Physiology
  • Mutated Animal/Faunal Physiology

Capabilities

The user either is or can transform into a mutanted beast/animal. A dangerously powerful form of creature/beast who are feared by their genetically mutated state which gives them feral mindset, mutated powers and condition.

Unlike superanimals who's nature isn't completely altered keeping them as they are, mutated beasts are completely altered at an unnatural level.

Applications

Techniques

Variations

Types of Mutated Beasts:

Associations

Limitations

  • May be limited to certain animal forms.
  • May require a visual memory or genetic sample of target animal through touch or assimilation.
  • Incapable to transform into inanimate objects, or anything else other than animals.
  • May take on memories or characteristics of morphed or assimilated animals.
  • May not maintain human mentality.
  • May not be able to speak in a human language.
  • May not be able to combine several animal forms.
  • May not be able to morph directly from one animal to another.
  • May not be able to completely change one's DNA.
  • Staying long in specific form may affect users mind/thought processes and/or make it harder to return into original form.
  • May have unstable DNA.
  • Regular to Absolute Restoration can cure those that have been mutated into monsters, especially Physical Restoration, Biological Manipulation, Conversion Negation, and finally, DNA Restoration.
  • May be unable to revert to original form.
  • The user's mutated form may experience destabilization.

Known Users

  • Chimera Ants (Hunter X Hunter)
  • Zoomorph Gene Mutants (Mutants Genetic Gladiators)
  • Mutant Animals (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
  • Road Rovers (Road Rovers)
  • Blind Dogs (S.T.A.L.K.E.R. series)
  • Fleshes (S.T.A.L.K.E.R. series)
  • Pseudodogs (S.T.A.L.K.E.R. series)
  • Rodents/Hamsters (S.T.A.L.K.E.R. series)
  • Mutant shark/human hybrids (Street Sharks)

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