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  • Not to mention the rest of the "Company Founders". * Super-bitchiness? * Oh come on. This one's easy. Angela Petrelli has the power of persuasion. But it requires physical contact, or at least very close proximity. Notice that any time she manages to convince Nathan or Peter (or, in season two, Nathan's wife) of something that they otherwise should not be contemplating, she does it by coming up close and fiddling with their clothes or touching them. She's a Pervy Touchy Feely Psychic. As for the others? Nobody knows Nakamura's power, but Charles Deveaux was most likely an oracle of sorts, able to see the future. We know Bob is a walking philosopher stone. * Well Her power has been described as similar to someone else's but she "gets from point A to point B" quicker. Also, Word of
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  • Not to mention the rest of the "Company Founders". * Super-bitchiness? * Oh come on. This one's easy. Angela Petrelli has the power of persuasion. But it requires physical contact, or at least very close proximity. Notice that any time she manages to convince Nathan or Peter (or, in season two, Nathan's wife) of something that they otherwise should not be contemplating, she does it by coming up close and fiddling with their clothes or touching them. She's a Pervy Touchy Feely Psychic. As for the others? Nobody knows Nakamura's power, but Charles Deveaux was most likely an oracle of sorts, able to see the future. We know Bob is a walking philosopher stone. * Well Her power has been described as similar to someone else's but she "gets from point A to point B" quicker. Also, Word of God is that we have seen Peter use Angela's power. It was recently confirmed we will find out her power in season 3 (hopefully in one of the earlier episodes). * That's been denied by the actress and others. All of Angela's touchy feeliness was an unscripted improvisation. And besides, when she tried to convince Nathan to let Peter explode (during which she did her usual touchy feely routine), she failed miserably. Powers on this show tend to be a lot more reliable than that. * Not all the Company founders had powers. Victoria Pratt definitely didn't. * Just because we didn't see her power doesn't mean she didn't have one. The implication was definitely that all of the company's founders had powers. The fact that we never found out what they were and generally found out very little about them, was one of the major failings of Season 2. I mean, it was called Generations for a reason. * Prophetic dreaming. Confirmed during the S3 premier episode(s). It certainly explains (1) the dreams Peter was having before "discovering" he had a power (2) her obsession with how the future "should" turn out. * Which means the character with similar powers is Isaac Mendez, and she does indeed get from point A to point B faster. I love this revelation -- I wonder if it was planned from the start or if they thought of it later as a way to fill in some holes.