Character 1 has the ability to summon thunder strikes down on himself and has learned how to redirect them through the surface of his skin.
He uses a 25 kilograms 5 meters long metallic pole to call and to redirect the lighting. The pole looks like the classic military pole, thin and incredibly long but made entirely of metal.
You could see him raise one hand open in the sky and the very next millisecond his hair lifts up in the air and peddles tremble as a lighting will fall into his hand and then travel across his forearm, down to the bicep then the pecs and finally into the other arm traveling to the pole he is holding. With great strength he is capable of holding and pointing the pole with only one arm to redirect the lighting in the direction he is pointing the pole.
My question is
Can human tissue get used to getting electrocuted by lighting over many decades or would the lighting always open bleeding wounds the same way lighting splits down trees?