❝ WOLVES DON'T PRAY ❞
They dislike people who believe violence is never the answer, and thinks of them as weak minded individuals, because they do believe in utilizing violence to a point.
Because of their ambiguous morality, they can justify a lot of things - like murder - but they have a line that they absolutely will not cross, and will actively harm those that cross it. They will not tolerate harm to children, animals, or the elderly, and follow a "the strong must protect the weak" mentality.
• Lupus Daemonis: POWERWOLF can make an enemy suffer from extremely vivid hallucinations and delusions in regards to their body. Its favored way of using this ability is to make enemies believe they have lost their bones, teeth, or senses. It can only activate this ability against one opponent at a time. It cannot be activated if Lupus Dei is being used. This ability is particularly strong against opponents who already deal with psychosis.
• Lupus Dei: This is the "conclusion" effect of Lupus Daemonis. POWERWOLF can eventually "break" an opponent who has been under the effect of its delusions for at least five minutes. In this "break" state, the opponent essentially serves POWERWOLF's user, believing them to be some sort of divine and themselves to be their holy weapon. This effect is non sustainable for a long time, and can only last for up to 2 minutes. It can only activate this ability against one opponent at a time. It can only be activated on an enemy under the effects of Lupus Daemonis. This ability is particularly strong against opponents who already deal with psychosis, and even worse against those who hold religious delusions or trauma of any sort.
In a strange twist of fate, their grandmother wants Alice to move in with her. Nonna heard about Alice's nursing degree, and asks if they wouldn't want to live with her as her carer in Napoli, since she's quite old. Alice does not need to think much on it - it feels like destiny giving them a means to get away from the source of their fears.
And thus, she comes back to the city she grew up in, a far cry from the innocent child left behind.