In the mind of Nathen
Danger Sense: Superior
"Nathen stands alone in a dark forest. The trees seem to close over him like an exquisitely painted ceiling. A sudden hush falls over the forest as he walks by. The animals aren't quite sure what to make of his presence. Just a few yards behind him, a man is tracking him. The man is totally hidden, for now, but Nathen has been made aware of the plot against him. Knowing he's being followed, Nathen takes the chance to get the drop on his enemy, when the enemy thought he was going to get the drop on Nathen."
The narrator is omniscient. He hears the thoughts and dreams of all men. The majority of the thoughts and dreams of men are really boring. Especially the ones of male men. The narrator only says the things that are most interesting at the time. Stuff like ambitions, desires, and battle tactics. It's like filtered omniscience without all the work.
More useful than a katana.
Thrusting Attack: Superior
There is another reason no one ever expects the attack that comes from me. I do not carry a sword. I do not carry a gun. I carry no rod, or staff. I do, however, carry an umbrella. It's a real nice umbrella. It keeps me dry when it rains. It gives me shade when the sun is high over my shoulder. It also lets me stab people I don't like. That might be my favorite part about my umbrella. You would not know it from looking at it, but my umbrella is made of only the finest of titanium alloys. The point at the end is sharper than the sharpest of knives. It was specially crafted just for me. People do not fear the man with the umbrella, and this is their biggest mistake of all. I don't remember where I got it. I think the author just decided that he liked this weapon. It's not for me to judge the will of the author.
Stabbing in the rain
Body Armor: Standard
Think of the web of a spider. One does not think of the strength of it. This is a huge mistake. Remember, you weigh at least a couple thousand times more than the intended target of a single strand of spider web. The fabric of my umbrella is made by taking the strands of the spider's web and lacing it together as tightly as modern machines will allow. It is the strongest known fabric in existence. It's also pretty shiny. It can deflect bullets, knives, and the occasional rainstorm.
Lightning bolts for fun
The first thing people think when they see my umbrella glow with the light of the sun itself is "What the hell is he doing?" The last thing they think is "What the hell is he doing?" The narrator tells me so. I know not if the narrator lies. I just take his word on it. There is a button by the handle one presses that starts a generator. Electricity is formed at the end of the prongs that holds the fabric. The electricity reaches a focal point at the tip. The release is a string so thin it is hard for a mortal to actually see it. One does not have to see his own death for it to happen.
It doesn't take a genius
Sword Master: Standard
Mastering the use of an umbrella/sword/shield/power generator takes time and practice. As far as I know, I am the only one capable of wielding this weapon with any precision. This is the only weapon of its kind to ever exist. I don't think there's a point to have a school of martial arts for a weapon only one man has. Unless you plan on taking the weapon for your own. You're not planning on taking my umbrella, are you? Good, I wouldn't want to have to give you a demonstration. You seem like an alright kind of guy. If you need protecting, give me a call. I'm always around. I have wicked evil monsters to go fight now. You take care of yourself, and whoever it is you take care of. May the will of the author be with you.