Tis the season of padoru
I wanna ask what's the range of this ability before I truly accept this guy.
Peter Petrelli (From HEROES) [Takes place before he begins his adventures in Heroes, before he even realized he had powers]
Is rather calm and humble despite the full potential of his gift, thoroughly determined to analyze the situation before coming in and doing any heavy lifting. He is far more accepting and forgiving than most people give him credit for, and this has caused many to take advantage of him, even temporarily becoming the assistant of the villain.
(Technically none of this applies to him 'yet' but here is what an Wiki has to say about him):
In the premiere episode, Peter Petrelli is a hospice nurse living in New York City. Differences between Peter and Nathan, an ambitious politician focused on his congressional campaign, cause tensions between the two, which are exacerbated when Peter starts having extraordinarily vivid dreams of flying. He confides in Nathan, who passes them off as a sign of psychological distress. Peter summons Nathan to witness as he jumps off a building to prove he can fly. However, it's Nathan who flies, catching Peter as he falls. Peter blacks out after the brothers lose their grip on each other, waking up in the hospital with muddled recollections of what happened. Nathan claims neither of them flew and Peter is led to believe he's going crazy. To discover the truth, Peter threatens to jump from another rooftop if Nathan doesn't tell him what really happened. Nathan admits that they both flew. Peter first thinks Nathan is only telling him what he wants to hear, until Nathan points out that Peter is levitating as they argue. Peter's later attempts to fly, when away from his brother's presence, are initially unsuccessful.
Besides an watch he sort of has no notable equipment for combat.
Peter Petreli's has the Original Ability that he had before everything happened to him, except due to not being bound by his own world's rules this can apply to practically gain any powerset regardless of it's potency so long as he's near them. Doesn't work on normal humans and yes he can stack them, and unlike later doesn't exactly have the best control over his abilities [since he didn't mimick someone's ability to be able to know how anything works] so it would take him quite the learning curve to learn about other people's abilities based solely on how they used them. Due to him barely comprehending his abilities he will only use 1-2 powersets at a time. It also only works on powers that are near him, meaning if he's not in their range of the originator of those abilities, it won't work and he's just a normal human.
Also, you have Discord? We do most of the OOC chatting there