Adoptive Muscle Memory

Adoptive Muscle Mimicry, also known as Photographic Reflexes or Muscle Mimicry is the ability to flawlessly imitate any movement or series of movements (even skills such as fighting, artistry or musical talents), provided that you have perceived it performed by someone else. The user of this ability must photometrically align their bodies with the skeletal, muscular and nervous systems of the subject that they watch, allowing them to psychically determine the exact posture to take in order to reproduce any motion, posture or action exactly. The motion or skill set is retained in the memory of the user after a short trance of motion memory.

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