• can change density/states of matter
    • only nonliving matter
    • requires active use of power to force matter to condense/expand, will revert when too far away
    • range
      • requires touch to activate power on matter
      • requires focus on specific matter, can't change matter instantly
      • will automatically revert if more then 30 metres away
    • bigger things require more energy and thus time/focus to condense/expand but reverting it to regular state is practically instant
    • the matter itself doesn't change, it's just compressed by a field that's forces the matter together/apart
    • the temp of the matter also changes accordingly
      • e.g. solid air pellets would be accordingly colder depending on how dense they are as the field forces the air into a solid
  • potential uses
    • condense air into solid air crystal, creates a tiny bit of suction due to less local air pressure
    • condense air into small pellets that can be carried in utility belt pouches and then thrown and released to create sudden forceful shockwave, shatter glass, etc
    • could get through locked doors by expanding the lock into a liquid and letting melted lock just melt down door before releasing and letting the lock solidify
    • dig holes quickly easily by condensing floor material into very dense ball to sink into floor and releasing it
      • can create trenches easily?
    • good if time to prepare environment
      • can make trenches, fuck up the ground, etc
      • can litter air pellets everywhere and release them as traps when enemy is nearby
      • if have enough resources and time could condense a bunch of steel/metal/something into super-dense strong wall or something
  • solid air pellets are sorted in insulating pouches on utility belt for easy access and to protect against the coldness seeping into person
  • side effect of power means can sense density of matter just by touching it
    • could get rough sense of altitude by sensing air pressure?
  • Works through direct contact or almost direct contact
    • works fine through material of gloves but couldn't transform something on the other side of the street just because they're both touching the street
  • Field around matter dampens temperature differences, it insulates somewhat so there's no danger of touching something to freeze it and it getting so cold that it injures person