Rhydian wrung his hands together as he pushed open the door of the library. He knew where she would be, yet was still relieved when he saw her sitting against the wall of the far corner of the library, away from everyone else, where she always was. Not that there were that many people to sit away from; high school lunchtime was generally filled with impromptu football games on the oval and fights. Not Rhydian's style. He was generally a confident person, but the confrontation ahead of him made him nervous. He walked as quietly as possible to the purple-haired girl as he rehearsed what he was going to say in his head. He hoped he wasn't wrong. If he was, then, well, he'd probably be locked up in a mental ward. Rhydian had debated whether he should actually approach the girl about his suspicions -- was it worth it? Yes, was the simple answer. He needed to know. He couldn't be the only one with strange abilities, and the prospect of possibly having found another person like him fueled Rhydian on. He sat right in front of her, folding his lanky frame into a cross-legged position that mirrored hers. She looked up from her book, and Rhydian noticed how beautiful she was for the first time. Rhydian took a deep breath and began to talk, the words flowing out from him all at once. "I know. I just know. How do you never get the questions wrong in class, even though I know you haven't been listening? How do you answer people's questions before they even finish asking them? It's like you can read minds, Loretta." Rhydian took another breath. He hadn't meant to say her name, because they had never spoken before, but Rhydian Loretta Stone's name from his extensive hours of Facebook-stalking. He was desperate for answers. "I can do things too. I can move objects with my mind, and I can bring things back from the dead." Rhydian was acutely aware of how crazy he sounded, but once he had started to talk, there was nothing that could stop the words from cascading from his mouth. "I've been able to do it since forever, and I thought I was the only one -- I'm a twin, and my sister can't even do it. I thought I was alone, then ... you. Please don't lie to me, I promise, I'm only here right now because I desperately need to know what's wrong with me. Please tell me."