I am Thoth. My orignal name was Ashton Christopher Kerr, but I changed it when I got my power in 2012. The powers I gained were knowledge orietned. I gained the ability to read people's minds, the ability to know everything about a person by touching them, the ability to see the future and not to mention my memory bank shot straight up. I am now a super smart teenager.
My brown hair and brown eyes only hide better in the dark, as well as my dark brown cloak hiding beneath it my dirty and raggy clothes. I walk with sandals, but they are good for running too.
Right now I am outside of a pub, because I recieved a vision about something that is going to happen that shouldn't. So, I am going to stop it. Then, I see her, I read her thoughts.
"Damn, why am I getting so much attention lately, everyone's gonna blow my cover."
I quickly walk over to her, grab her arm and all of her knowledge, memories and thoughts rush into me. Then I lead her down a dark alley.
"Come with me, trust me."
Immediately after we fade into the darkness I hear shouts and an explosion. Her eyes widen.
"That was meant for you, you're welcome."
Then I listen to her thoughts.
"Who the hell is this guy, how did he know that would happen?"
I decided to answer her.
"I have the ability to see the future, that's how I knew that would happen."
She stared at me.
"What else can you do?"
"I can also read minds, and tell everything about a person by touching them."
"Ah, I see."
She turned her face away to stare at the alley before us.
"You do know, Luna, that I am now stuck with you forever, right?"
"No, you have to get away from me, I'm too dangerous!"
"Oh please, if you were too dangerous I wouldn't have saved you."
She nodded in partial agreement.
"So, what's your name?"
"Yes, it is the name I gave myself after the change."
"What's your real name?"
I stared at her and smiled.
"Ok, Thoth, I hope you don't mind wandering all over the place."
"That's not a problem Luna, I just hope you don't mind me dragging you places to save people's lives."
"No, that's not a problem."
Then, we continued walking in the shadows, quiet and content.