When hundreds of Protons fuse together in an event rarely witnessed by casual observers, an Atom is born. The resulting beings’ energy field is unique, as its structure is determined by the physical memories of the Protons that made it up. The atom is still small enough that it can phase through solid materials, though its movements tend to disrupt space, creating a wake of distinctive ionic pockets.
While a great amount of force is required to hold an Atom together, its core is surprisingly stable, formed of a hyper efficient hexahedral structure. The core vents this copious excess energy continuously, releasing super-bright blue particles that orbit within an Atom’s energy field. An Atom’s core structure acts as a focusing lens in times of need, giving it the ability to emit powerful and incredibly accurate particle blasts.