So the game I am playing a druid in has unexpectedly granted us a mythic tier. Im told that this will be the only one we get so many of the abilities that become more useful as you gain tiers, kindof suck. So choosing one has been hard and I have finally decided that partial transformation looks pretty good. The problem is that it doesnt actually define what it can do very well.
You have refined control over your transformation ability. When using wild shape, you can expend one use of mythic power to only partially transform into or out of animal form. For example, you could transform your hands into tiger claws and your head into a tiger’s head (giving you low-light vision and scent, and allowing you to make claw and bite attacks but still wear armor and use worn magic items normally), transform into a deinonychus with human hands (allowing you to still manipulate objects and wear rings), or transform into a constrictor snake with a humanoid head (allowing you to speak and cast spells with verbal components). You may make one such change per round as a free action for the duration of that use of wild shape.
For example, if you change into a tiger, this ability allows you to partially transform yourself from tiger form to your normal form and back as needed until the duration ends or you fully return to your normal form. You must have the wild shape class feature to select this ability.
So particular aspects of a form are allowed. Can I use the ability multiple times gaining abilities from various animals? Could I wild shape into an octopus, then shift to give those arms claws and rend?
So to what limit am I restricted to? Can I take size, attacks, or senses?