Harley smiled, it was a sad one. "They have," she answered, "Farther then what you could imagine." She looked around, trying to figure out what sh could tell him, about the things she learned. She hesitated. She looked at him, her expression torn, but not hurt. "Don't worry about me," she told him, "I know how to handle my powers. I spent a whole year working on making them work right, then the next 11 making them perfect." She fidgeted, wanting to tell him what she learned but, she knew she couldn't. Then she figured out one thing she could tell him, "Don't let Kori leave," she said, not knowing if when she had come was right for her warning, or too late, or too early, "She needs to stay."
Kori began to work through the course with her mind, starting with all the possible ways through it. She shifted to her hip as she went through each way to get through it and how her body would react to it. She finally deduced the best way to get through it that offered the most advantages to completing it, and least disadvantages. However right before she settled on this Dawn yelled across the training room, "Can you keep it quiet?" Kori rolled her eyes and ignored her, not realizing that her telepathic powers had been working in reverse and was portraying her thoughts out to the others in the room.
Ore had his mind search the building for the strongest metal, and he found it. He grinned and pulled it all towards him, hearing, and finding pleasure, in the building's beginning to crumble. It reached him, about to race towards him and stab him through the heart as the pulling didn't ease. However, he stopped it, inches away from his body. He grinned wickedly and reached out his arms. The steel began to bend and twist.