• Major Potency
  • Minor Range
  • Vast Utility


An "inheritance" from his father, Virgil's skeletal structure is magnitudes stronger than the average human's. His bones are almost impossible to crack or shatter, as well as to break cleanly. Virgil's necrotic flow works as a sort of honeycomb structure embedded in his skeleton, cushioning some of the force of a blunt blow and reinforcing the hardness of Virgil's skeleton against piercing or cleaving attacks. Virgil's hardiness is to the point that his skeleton could withstand an impact from virtually anything. The necrotic honeycomb also protects Virgil's bones from other forms of damage, like fire, acid, and even destructive spells. It is easier to give a short list of what can hurt Virgil's skeleton, rather than the other way around.Not that this does not affect Virgil's muscles, ligaments, or any other tissue that is not mineralized like the bone. In effect, Virgil could still remain intact even from an explosion or high drop, but he would be effectively immobilized from all the damage to his muscles and organs. A durable skeleton does, however, protect his brain very well. There are not many openings in a skull to reach the brain, outside of the eyes or just under jaw.Awesomely powerful attacks will crack Virgil's bones, such as the forceful blow of a deity's weapon or the cosmic fire of draconic royalty. It takes a mythical force to combat a mythical defence.