"I'm not good at speeches, and my truth isn't something that I know how to express."
NAME: Eli Asler
Titles: As a member of the Foretold, Eli is addressed as a noble 'lord' in the Kingdom of Kana. Unlike some of the others, he hasn't requested to be addressed without it.
WEAPON DISCIPLINE: Double Kusarigama.
CHARACTER HISTORY & PERSONALITY:
Eli joined the institute as soon as he learned of it, eager to learn more about Espers and their powers, both in the hopes of learning more about
his own ability and out of curiosity for what others could do.
Having learned his ability and it's limitations in his previous class, he does his best to memorize any individual objects that he sees, so that he may later be able to Separate them if needed.
While he is interested in the abilities of other, and wants to know as much as possible about them, he does not like to speak of his own, and rarely uses it in public. In other words, he doesn't actively tries to keep it hidden, but doesn't show off.
With the exception of his ability and one or two other sensible subjects, he is friendly and willing to talk to others if they open a conversation, but he isn't skilled at politely beginning a conversation.
After the group's travel through the Esper Shift, Eli seems remarkably unaffected by the different world they find themselves in, treating it as a welcomed change. Of those they've met, Viir Ikine is the person that he has felt the most respect and interest toward.
While he has since made little effort to engage his fellow Espers in conversations, he has tried to convince Tabitha to go easy on the others.
When questioned about himself by Dryden, he appeared puzzled by the question and changed the subject after a vague answer.
As Joseph felt angry about his mistakes in the battle with the vampire, Eli misunderstood his feelings and advised him to seek happiness rather than strength.
Sulin's Shroud and her identity as an esper from a different world has attracted his interest.
PERSONAL SKILL: Visualization:
Eli has a talent (developed in the training of his power) to visualize objects and how they relate to each others in his mind.
(Note: As he does not like to speak of it and rarely uses it in a noticeable manner, Eli's power is not common knowledge beyond the fact that it fits into the psychokinetic class.)
Name: Boundary Edict
Boundary Edict is an ability derived from kinesis thanks to which, by tracing the pattern of two connected objects with his mind, Eli can separate them.
1 - Eli must be able to trace the objects in his mind. As such, unless he is already familiar with the target, the power requires line of sight. (It is not, however, required that he knows what the objects are like inside.)
2 - Eli cannot control them once the objects have been separated. That is to say that unless the objects can float under their own power or are supported by something else, they will fall to the ground.
3 - The target must have been two objects initially or must be the sum of two objects. So while it would be possible to separate two sheets of paper that have been glued together(by separating one of the sheets from the glue), it would be impossible to break a rock in half, unless that rock had been artificially constructed from two separate pieces.
When used on a single pair of objects, Boundary Edict is invisible. However, when used as (a) 'zone(s)', it appears as (a) discolored sphere(s).
Power: 9 (180 CM)
Power indicates the scale on which Eli can use his power, as well as the resistance that can be overcome to separate two objects.
Skill: 3 (2 T)
Skill indicates the number of target areas
Range: 5 (15 M)
Range indicates the range at which Eli can separate things.
"You don't have to worry. I don't have anything like long-term plans."