Name: Kaito Sūnwùkōng
Hobbies: Reading, cooking, Dancing, playing TCGs/CCGs (stuff like Yu-Gi-Oh and Magic the Gathering), the occasional light-hearted prank or insult, and practicing his Tai Sing Pek Kwar (Monkey style Kung Fu). Oh, and he enjoys climbing. Lots and lots of climbing.
Pet Peeve: Oath breakers (Liars and those that fail to keep their word), Incompetence, idiocy, people messing with or hurting those he cares about (couldn't care less about anyone else), and anyone who would interrupt him while he was busy. Whether he is studying, reading, talking, or practicing his Martial arts.
Base Power: Aura of the Beast- Character's Strength, agility. dexterity, endurance, Senses of smell, sight hearing, and taste, and their pheromones are all increased as well. However, the character loses control over their rational thinking in direct proportion. The degree of power gained to the amount of control lost is one of the main aspects of this power that need to be trained. When activated, this ability modifies the user's body in correlation to the power multiplier.
Kaito Spent the first twelve years of his life in China before moving to Japan. His mom had liked traveling when she was younger, and on one of her adventures she fell in love with a Chinese "Man". It didn't take long before she was married and Kaito was born. During his youth Kaito's dad played a lot of 'games' with him, as well as showing him many 'tricks'; while his mom ensured that her son could travel the world if he wanted to. It wasn't until Kaito was 10 that his dad started showing him how the 'games' and 'tricks' came together to form the martial art known as Tai Sing Pek Kwar. When Kaito was 12 his mom and dad got into some sort of argument which lead to his mom getting a divorce and moving back to Japan. Since then his life has been relatively normal.
Supernatural History: One night, just before Kaito's tenth Birthday, Kaito walked out of his backdoor and stumbled upon a large monkey-man surrounded by a bunch of smaller monkeys and monkey-men. As he stepped out, the large monkey-man had looked back towards him with his fathers face and said 'Go back to bed son and sleep'. Kaito had forgotten about it by the time he awoke, and whenever he does remember he belives that it was just a dream, or another of the 'hallucinations' as his old psychiatrist once said.