One of my all-time favorite superhuman abilities is telekinesis, which is the ability to move objects with their minds. If properly used, it could be powerful enough to lift a bus off the ground and precise enough to levitate a coin. In rare cases, an extremely powerful telekinetic could manipulate the individual atoms in an object either to rearrange them in a different way or to dismantle the object on an atomic level. However, despite its generally basic concept, I realized that this power can be utilized for dark and violent purposes. In anime such as Akira and Elfen Lied, I could see that telekinesis is essentially the perfect murder weapon, allowing the wielder to effortlessly eviscerate or implode their victims by will alone. The reason for this is because since the user is not physically touching their targets, they leave no physical evidence that could be pinned on them. When I interviewed one of my best friends on what power he would want his character Gregory to have, he chose this ability. Fortunately, I decided that Gregory would use telekinesis in a much more conservative fashion, which would better suit him in his duties as a superhero.