Energy Conduit: Standard
He decided the best course of action would be to trust in his powers, and simply draw the criminals fire to him. He knew that whatever had given him his powers made him all but invulnerable to all forms of attack, so he knew he had little to fear, especially from these petty thugs.
Armor Skin: Ultimate
As he landed in the middle of the shootout between the cops and the villains, bullets began ricocheting off his impenetrable skin. He turned to face the criminals and started walking towards him. One of them started flinging fire and ice bolts at him, which were no more effective than the bullets were. Another pulled out a glowing sword and rushed to meet him. Without breaking a stride Captain Khazan accepted an attack to his midsection, one that didn't even leave a scratch,...
Natural Weaponry: Standard
...simultaneously punching the villain, knocking him unconscious and sending him flying back into a wall. He possessed super-human strength, but his fists were also hard as iron, making his hits just that much harder.
Martial Arts: Standard
If he had hit the guy any harder he might have killed him. Luckily the SLJ had provided him with the training needed to control his strength, along with the knowledge of where and how to hit someone without doing permanent damage. He also knew that if he had to, he could easily drop into a more deadly fighting style, but he only did that if he had to protect an innocent or save his own life.
Closed Mind: Ultimate
As he approached the group, two individuals standing near the back locked their eyes on him. Captain Khazan could feel their mental probes and psychic spears jabbing at his mind, but he simply smiled at them and shook his head, waving an admonishing finger at them. The most powerful psychics of the SLJ had tried to pierce his skull to test his powers and weaknesses, but all of them had failed, he seemed to be immune to all forms of mental attacks. He didn't even have to do anything, his mind just locked up on its own. When the two mentalists turned and ran, their comrades soon followed their lead.
- Weakness: Power in Item - Hard to Lose
- Weakness: Not usable in terrain - Steel Cage
Captain Khazan took a small jump into the air, activating the magical cape the SLJ had provided for him to make patrolling easier, and literally flew down the street after them. He stayed just a few feet above their heads and as he passed over two of them he reached down and slammed their heads together, leaving them for the cops to pick up. Soon all but the mentalists had fallen in his pursuit. He saw the two dart into a small building with a low ceiling. He dropped to the ground and walked in, knowing the uselessness of trying to fly in such a confined area. He found the two mentalists hiding in a closet, they tried one more useless assault, hung their heads and surrendered without a word.
As Trent became more and more comfortable with his powers and new line of work, he began thinking about better and easier ways to stop criminals. Experience and a desire to learn from past mistakes was teaching him what to watch out for while in the field and how to improvise when things turned ugly. He was adapting to a life of combating evil geniuses and thwarting their plans with plans of his own.
Experience also taught Trent that the best way to defeat your enemy is to know your enemy. Thus, he always does his homework, something he failed to do previously, and thus resulted in a couple of embarassing losses. He has since learned from his mistakes, and now knows how to watch for certain signs that reveal a lot of information about an enemy, and uses that against them.
One thing Trent has discovered, but refuses to rely on, is what's called "Hero's Luck". It is the belief that Good-Guys can't be beaten. That no matter how badly they are having their butt handed to them, something will happen to let the good-guy escape the inescapable death-trap. Trent knows this first hand that this isn't always true, but he has also escaped defeat on more than one occassions due to weird circumstances that were just a little too perfect for it not to make you at least a partial believer.