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The power to use the abilities of symbiotes. Variation of Animal Imitation and Animal Morphing.

Also Called[]

  • Symbiote Mimicry/Nature
  • Symbiotic Mimicry/Nature/Physiology


Users with this ability can mimic or transform into symbiotes. Beings that can share a symbiotic relationship, connections, and a bond that strengthens their chosen holders and allies, bestowing the host new abilities, while the symbiotic entity thrives within the host.



  • Power Bestowal: They can bestow power on the creatures they form a symbiotic relationship with.
    • Augmentation: They can increase the properties of their partner.
    • Symbiotic Concentration: Concentrate their symbiotic power to any part of their bodies or objects to perform attacks, techniques or spells.
  • Symbiotic Connection: Supernatural connection with living or non-living subject, allowing them to actively search through its mind, sense emotional turmoil or danger, and above all, become an extension of its life-force.
    • Personality Sharing: They can share their personalities with the creatures they form a symbiotic relationship with.
    • Sensory Sharing: They can share their senses/sensory with the creatures they form a symbiotic relationship with.
  • Symbiote Summoning: Summon their symbiote, allowing them to use the creature in battle against their foes.
    • Composite Symbiosis: Able to become a host to a composite being that lives in or on their body, granting them enhanced condition and new abilities.
    • Remote Symbiosis: Become the host to another being or entity that lives outside the user's body and generally grants them augmentations and new abilities
    • Symbiotic Transformation: Become or be fused with the entity that they have a symbiotic relationship with, gaining new or enhanced powers that transcends beyond their natural limits. When in a transformed state, users can exchange with or relinquish control of their body or even emulate a fused personality.


  • Parasite Physiology: Single-cell organism that has a close relationship between species, where one organism, the parasite, lives on or inside another organism, the host, causing it some harm


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  • May be unable to survive without a host.
  • May not have any choice concerning actual chosen host.
  • Ability to survive/thrive may be dependent on host's vitality.

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