I'm starting to think I should've gone with plain ole' magic... nah. Anyway, inmy story a majority of the characters possess psychic powers. It's very organized. Class 1 is telekineses, Class 2 is telepathy, and so on. There are also level systems, Level 1 being a kid who can barely do anything at all and Level 5 being a grand master of sorts. What I'm wondering is how to describe the usage of such powers through description. Should it be.... Salem’s brows furrowed as he pushed his way into the confines of Olivya Knight’s mind. Her mind, like most, was a large, complex fortress, each room full of books organized by subject. He dashed down a hallway. She’d made the thought fairly obvious, lying out in the main chamber. Windows in the thought chamber looked out to what she was seeing. Horns stuck out of the walls, conveying the soft murmuring of her hearing. He picked up the note about the quill, returning to reality. Or.... Salem concentrated, weaving his way through the sea of Olivya Knight's mind. He found the thought of the quill, stark and bold. She made no effort to conceal it. The second option is more pragmatic, and less confusing, but the first option would give much mre understanding to how mind-reading takes place. *Sigh*. Thoughts?