Jaguar Shapeshifters residing in Kintaria. They mainly live in the forests of South America.
The Onca, prevalent in areas of South America that are densely forrested, lead a generally solitary life. The females usually take charge of the young while the males make a living through their hunting. Although the jaguar has been revered by many South American cultures, the Onca remain a humble people. Many have either transplanted themselves or were transplanted by others to other areas of the world. Their main choice of occupation is guard work.
One version of an Onca half-form is the animal form's coloring appearing on the human-form's skin. Another version is a man-sized jaguar comfortable with walking on its hind legs. There have been cases of retractable claws on the human form but this is not considered a true half-form.