» Item Name:
Anima Armor» Item Type:
Eden Of Evolution» Used For:
Defense/Other » Item Description:
Ever since Adam has taken up leadership in Eden's Evolution, he has started adorning more tribal-like clothing. The feathers, garbs and other accessories which are seen in his attire are not just for show. These handwoven from land that had been untouched from war in the depths of Chile so that it was infused with The World Soul's energy. Anima Reach:
The World Soul of the planet is meant to be connected to his body and allowed to otherwise read through his thoughts, intentions, and desires so it can further realize the embodiment of humanity that is infused within his being. This is yet another subtle way he is beefing up his control of The Anima Mundi so that it can otherwise feel trusted with him to lead humanity and the world to something better as he has no desire to use its gifts for his own selfish gain. Feather Bond:
The feathers that are seen in his attire are not just for show. They are there to serve as antennas meant to guide the energy of the planet and reach far beyond Adam's grasp. As the feathers seen in his tribal gear are sending out signals to the earth to spread thin-strings of energy around him so he can otherwise allocate the external influence of the planet in battle. This is to allow him to be better able to utilize its environmental advantages such as bringing up entire chunks of earth from the ground to form boulder walls, calling upon electric storms to strike down opponents or raging twisters to wipe out various targets.
Granted, he'd have to actively focus in on the environmental manipulation aspect of it and the external power source of the planet. It will take varying degrees of mental focus and subtle amounts of his own energy to summon, but these are just tools meant to otherwise help him battle if he is against opponents that possess ungodly amounts of power. Furthermore, he is only able to use one or two functions from feather bond at a time to prevent him from just outright summoning a billion moves at once on someone and he has an area of effect which spreads for one or two miles unless he is otherwise connected to some form of external equipment. Exo-Shield:
There has a high volume of Adam's own energy and the energy of The World Soul infused within the garbs and feathers that he wears in his tribal attire. This was done so that it can naturally produce an invisible layer of defense around his body that extends for one foot in every direction around him like a sphere. It cannot be seen by the eye unless someone makes an outright attack at it and when it's attacked it will briefly show a flare of gold light on the spot they tried to touch him at. However, most can definitely sense it if they have any kind of supernatural awareness.
Of course, it isn't passive. This is to prevent people from accidentally getting burned or rejected as Adam has used the attributes of Foreign Material Rejection to have the capacity to repel other forces from his body. As it is known that it can reject the energy or influence of non-humans, but this doesn't make it unstoppable. It is assumed that the person trying to harm Adam would have to put a lot more force into it to try and harm him while active, but it can certainly give him an advantage in otherwise trying to negate or cease attacks.
Having said that, he has to actively signal for it to remain active in a thread and will it into existence. With that said, The Exo-Shield itself can withstand attacks which otherwise destroy entire towns and sustain itself; as it can be assumed that Adam's connection to humanity and the planet would allow for The Anima Mundi to grant him more durable power to sustain the attire he wears. And, through training, this can perhaps become even more potent as he bonds further with the planet. (Granted, like with anything else, this armor can be worn down with enough abuse. It just prevents Adam from getting one-shot by 0 tiers) » Obtained From:
Adam created this equipment himself» Yen Price:
N/A» Notes: https://www.platinumhearts.net/t19990-the-anima-mundi