T'Ning's actions depend on what everyone else in the group is doing. If people are reacting startled at all then there's probably some degree of moving back and forth, T'Ning would just try to move back and forth in such a way as to pass behind someone and never come out the other side cos he ducked out of sight.
Okay, I'll buy that as a Bluff. I'll work on that tomorrow then.
I went to see that movie you recommended. It was good but kinda depressing at the end.
You mean "Chronicle"?
Well, yeah, that's part of why it's so great. This isn't some feel-good Hollywood film where the average joe steps up to his destiny and becomes the hero and all of that.
Even though that element is there, I find it to be an excellent and realistic focus on the psychosis that makes the villain. If it hadn't been for all my Captain America comics I would have become that person (if I'd had super powers, of course).
Watching the film was almost like watching a documentary of my own life except, y'know, I can't fly. So I found it incredibly poignant and relatable...which scared the hell out of me.
The line between hero and villain; it's really so very thin.