Etymology: Latin, from Greek metamorphosis, from metamorphoun to transform, from meta- + morphE form
1 a : change of physical form, structure, or substance especially by supernatural means b : a striking alteration in appearance, character, or circumstances
2 : a marked and more or less abrupt developmental change in the form or structure of an animal (as a butterfly or a frog) occurring subsequent to birth or hatching
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pre-existing substances (the book is actually referring to a class of rocks) that can be modified by heat, pressure, chemical agents and other forces to create new forms.
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Environmental Science: a Global Concern, 6th edition
, a beautiful lonely man with moppy blond hair, silvery-grey eyes (which require reading glasses), and a tall thin build given to frequent bouts of depression, rage...
2: the individual with an internal system controlling a a silvery metallic liquid called
. With it one can morph, or that is, shape oneself into anything one choses (
only limited by the amount of energy and emotional level of the user
). Mind you, of course, one remains the same on the inside, its just the outside that changes. Think of it as portable flexible armor that generates from the body (
in this case, through openings under one's fingernails
), puppeted by its user, and dissolving when it has completed its task.
© 2002 by Silva Noir
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