Gruff, irritable and savage, Roamin is beastlike in nature and in personality. The monks have taught him to maintain some level of control over his animalistic rage, and Roamin does his best to remain calm. Most of the time
Animal-like reflexes and senses:
As a wildman, Roamin is as much like a beast as he is like a man. His sense of sight, smell, touch, taste and sound have developed bewilderingly, becoming extremely honed and accute.
Similarly to his basic senses, the monks have taught him to hone his sensitivity to Ki. Roamin can often tell when a Ki-user is approaching, as well as having a feel of how powerful they may be.
Ki control and manipulation:
Roamin has been taught to have some amount of control over Ki, although he is by no means a master, often preferring hand to hand combat. When it was first shown to him, it frustrated the wildman, until he discovered his inept adeptness to it.
Roamin is extremely talented in hand to hand combat, often using his ferocity to overcome even the most calculated and strong opponents.
Ki Blast; a very basic energy wave.
Kamehameha; Roamin has the ability to perform a basic Kamehameha.
Wolf Fang Fist; a furious series of attacks, empowered by the spirit of the Wolf, ending with a double palmed strike.
Tiger Kick; a precise kick, empowered by the spirit of the Tiger, used to cripple or wind an opponent.
Bear Stance; Roamin takes a defensive stance, strengthened by the spirit of the Bear, withstanding great impact with ease.
The wildman does not yet have the ability to fly.
Currently, Roamin has never transformed to Super Saiyan, although the monks have often told him about his potential to do so.
Roamin had been a normal child, who's primal side had always appealed to him more than the city life. He spent as much time as he could with the animals of the forests nearby, often being reprimanded by his parents for spending entire weekends living beneath the stars. When he came of age, he left his family, to explore the wilds of the jungle. He left all civilization behind, and grew up as a wildman. He became fast, fierce and animalistic, every bit as volatile and dangerous as his beastly counterparts.
When he was a young man, he attempted to steal food from a campfire, only to be humiliated in combat by the monk that owned it. His primal ferocity alone was not enough to overcome such a highly trained foe. The monk sensed power in the wildman, leading him up to the Orin Temple with the promise to make him stronger. Eager to improve, even if it was to regain his pride, Roamin followed. There the monks taught him of the foreign concepts of Ki and Saiyans, training him to harness his animalistic rage in combat. Over the past decade, the use of Ki strengthened him both physically and spiritually, often becoming more powerful when used alongside his primal rage.