Known as ‘Gillers'

Fish

Carp—Barbel 

Rushers gain an extra-sensory ability which enables them to feel the presence of other rushers

 

Piranha—Mumblers

Gives a rusher a mouthful of sharp teeth. Side-effects can often include the severance of a tongue, difficulty speaking, and damage to the inside of the mouth.

 

Electric Eel—Cracklers

Rusher can electrify the skin and manipulate electricity. An untrustworthy shade, it can resurface at random even without rushing.

 

Trout

Brings a rainbow-like quality to the skin. Can last for weeks.

 

Salmon

Gives the rusher a dogged sense of determination Skin exudes a fishy odour.

 

Anchovy

Rushers can withstand increased pressures.

 

Shark

Bestows upon a rusher an increased awareness of and resistance to disease. Can last months, but can also make a rusher short-tempered and violent.

 

Stingray

Both a blessing and a curse, this shade gives rushers poison barbs along the spine.

 

Squid—Blackmouth

Gives a rusher the ability to spit ink. Can also cause a loss of bone density.

 

Octopus

Rushers have the ability to bend bones and warp skin to avoid getting damaged. However, prolonged use can permanently alter the hue of the skin.

 

Archer fish—Sprat

Rushers can spit water with incredible velocity and force. The drawbacks of this shade include loss of teeth and mouth control.

Lungfish

Provides the ability to withstand the heat of the sun for long periods, and an increased lung capacity.

 

Jellyfish

Gives a rusher rubber-like skin and muscle, and the ability to squeeze or fit into smaller spaces.

 

Box jellyfish

Gives the rusher poisonous barbs on the fingertips.

 

Lobster

Gives a rusher an increased sense of loyalty and armoured skin along the shoulders, neck and back.

 

Lion-fish

Speckled skin, and sharp barbs protrude from the shoulders. Gives skin a speckled or striped quality for camouflage, and spiked barbs protrude from shoulders.

 

Swordfish/Tuna

This shade increases a rusher’s speed and reactions

 

Cuttlefish

Skin can adapt to its surroundings, altering colour and texture to camouflage the rusher. Overuse can result in loss of muscle control and bony growths on the arms.

 

Moray Eel—Snapper

This shade sharpens the teeth and gives a strong bite to the rusher.

 

Mantis shrimp—Hammer

Bestows upon the rusher an incredible punch. Its drawback is strangely colourful skin.

 

Anglerfish 

Rushers are given glowing eyes and increased night-vision

 

Stonefish

Skin can adapt to surrounding textures, though this shade can cause barbs to grow on the face and skin to become a dark grey colour.

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Fantasy Author & Consultant

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