Hachiman's cabin resembles a museum about war zones. It has military insignia, World War II flags, wartime pictures and naval curtains. Weapons are hung on the walls and the wallpaper is of a wild red. At the top of the cabin's roof is a flagpole with eight banners on it.
Children of Hachiman have the ability to unleash their battle-lust and fight to their full potential; however, they are temporarily blind to friend or foe and attack anyone nearby.
Children of Hachiman are changed during battle and become stronger and quicker in combat than a normal human could achieve.
Children of Hachiman have the ability to conjure weapons out of pure energy which can be used for combat; however, only one weapon can be conjured at a time and it cannot be bigger than the one who conjured it.
Children of Hachiman have the ability to charm their weapon to inflict more damage on their enemy, for a short time, this does not increase the odds their weapon will hit, only increasing the potential for damage.
Children of Hachiman are able to turn into their father's symbolic animal, the dove, which allows them flight. The longer they maintain this form, the more energy is drained and the more time they need to rest between transformations.