Proprioceptive alphas are able to take advantage of the human "blind spot." Because human beings have two eyes, the optic nerve has to translate two sets of data into a single, three-dimension image. The spacing of our eyes allows for a gap in this data. Griffin's Alpha ability effects other people's optic nerves, expanding the blind spot to accommodate their size. &nbsp

This type of alpha has been noted as antisocial, they dont appear to like being watched.

Known Alphas:


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