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Hey, Joser Kind. Although I'm sure you're correct, Angela has a power, she has hardly admitted it. I don't remember her saying she was "special", and even if she did, it's hardly proof that she's an evolved human. We'll have to wait until there's some kind of confirmation until we include that kind of speculation on the articles. Thanks for understanding. — RyanGibsonStewart (talk) 06:37, 26 April 2007 (EDT)
- I may have been jumping the gun on adding Angela to the list of evolved humans, but her conversation with Claire definitely implied that she was. If you watch the episode on nbc.com, it's at the beginning of part three of the episode. Claire even picks up on the implications and outright asks if Angela is "like her", which Angela pointedly does not answer. Joser Kyind 08:44, 26 April 2007 (EDT)
- Right, I totally agree with you, and I've felt that she's had powers for quite some time. (How else would both her sons and her granddaughter have powers, especially since Mr. Petrelli, as far as we can tell, was not an evolved human?) But an implication is not confirmation. We have to wait until she either outright says she has a power (and even then, that's doubtful in some circumstances) or demonstrates her power. — RyanGibsonStewart (talk) 10:52, 26 April 2007 (EDT)
Mr. Petrelli probably did have a power. These superhuman powers often come with other genetic mutations.
- Matt's dyslexia
- The Haitian's probable muteness
- Charlie's blood clot
- Shanti's genetic anomaly. Mohinder's mother said this about Chandra "From the moment she was born, he was convinced that she was special. And she was special."
- Petrelli's major depressive disorder
Symptoms of Petrelli's illness include delusions of grandeur—thinking you're invincible or indestructible. --Ice Vision
Yeah, I think I may have needed to reword what I said. These powers come with other "problems", as I have already listed. As Chandra Suresh stated, mutations are mostly cancers, meant to wipe out a species. These powers are meant to wipe out a species, so other "problems" are very common when it comes to the heroes.