toonia mentioned this jokingly in her blog, but I actually started thinking of scenarios for such a thing.
Standards Knowledge -- Awareness of what standards exist for specific situations.
Hyper Recall -- Ability to cite several past events and specific data in support of a position.
Resist uncertainty -- Prepares for a plethora of negative possibilities, and ensure continued safety should they occur.
Sense motive -- Can correctly determine a person's intentions 70% of the time. When it fails, the person will become deluded and confused (and yet totally convinced of themselves) regarding the person's motives.
Zoom out -- Allows you to view a situation in a more removed/abstracted way, in terms of how it is related to other theoretical situations. Can clarify strategy, but obscure important details of the specific situation.
Paradigm shift -- Look at the same situation in a new way, approach it from a different angle.
Distract -- Confuses enemies by focusing attention away from the topic at hand.
Random integration -- Supports an argument by showing how a seemingly unrelated situation is in fact the same as/similar to the one at hand.
Boundary awareness -- Becomes aware of every possible event given the current situation and knowledge.
Quick draw -- Can react more rapidly to unexpected events than others without this ability.
Dispel Mental -- Forces attention back to the literal situation rather than models of, or things related to it. Counteracts Standards Knowledge, Random Integration, and Paradigm Shift.
Quick fix -- Can make something work for necessary purposes, at least temporarily. Fixes have a higher chance of breaking down under heavy/unexpected use, or just over time.
What do you think? Is it interesting?