Matt, as she learned his name to be, did not take too kindly to Admire's sudden appearance. And what was she to expect? It is what she wanted, for if he were to react differently and push it off or even turn the situation around and toy with her just as she was with him, then it'd be boring and he'd be just like her. But no, she got a reaction out of him, he was her temporary source of pleasure.
"My apologies, Matt." She sat up and dropped her legs from the table and leaned closer to him. "I'll try and keep my magical appearances to a minimum." She sat back again. "Though, I can't promise you I won't try and do anything with that anger issue of yours." A smile slipped her lips. "Better get that under control." She warned. "Could be dangerous, and no one would be at fault but yourself." She challenged him.
His, and her, attention then turned to the rest of the table. She half-heatedly laughed at the Averanger nickname, seeing it a rather ridiculous name to come up with in the first place. Matt then went on as he talked about himself, and Admire was right to think he was a telekinetic..and a talented one at that. She listened intently on the history he revealed of himself, of how he didn't like anger because of the fate of the others with the same gift. He was afraid it would happen to him.
"Like I said," she spoke to him, "learn to control it, your anger. In return, you will have better control over your power. And you can use that energy from your anger to enhance your skills, without losing control. Otherwise, your very gift will be your downfall."
Just then, a few other Avengers appeared. All of about the same age, the same sort of loss of hope and even a twinkle of hope left. Eagerness.
One of them, a man, was rather cynical, pessimistic. Yet a sarcastic tone lingered in his words. However, the man gave way nothing of meaning to them. He gave nothing they already didn't know, and gave nothing of himself. Thus implying the man didn't do well in social situations, and didn't know the words to say.
"Pity." Admire said both to what he had to say, and of his character as well.
A girl sitting at the table introduced herself, Abbie the Atomic Sponge, was her title. Rather odd, Admire thought to herself. It was then time for another to introduce herself, this time it was Jocelyn. Admire could sense the tinge of irritation she was feeling which only made her smile to herself. Jocelyn's fifth degree black belt abilities impressed Admire, for Admire was one for self-defense and using the body as a weapon as well. Though the sound waves ability was rather foreign to her. She didn't see how that ability would come in handy. But no matter, this girl could impress Admire even more. The third of the girls, Ember, spoke next. She didn't give much about herself, as far as her abilities went. Just as Abbie did. But Admire was sure there'd be a training day coming up sometime soon in which they'd all learn of eachother's abilities.
Admire looked to Matt once more. It seemed most of the group thought of him as the default leader, which fit him nonetheless. This leader role of his intimidated her, however. She was always one to seek out the power, herself. Sort of, take on the leader role. Yet, she knew she could never do this. She hungered for power, but she could never be a leader. Not a fair one, at that. Though, she was fine with this realization. It wouldn't stop her from trying to achieve said control. It only made her want to challenge him more as a leader. Not challenge him so she could take over, but challenge him as a leader in and of himself.
She took the next opportunity to formally introduce herself. "My name is Admira Spies. I generally go by Admire, and I guess you could call that my 'superhero name'." She hand motioned quotation marks when she said superhero name. "I am a shadow manipulator and phaser. And I'm also quite the acrobat and can temporarily paralyze the human body by hitting its weak points." She smiled. "And I think it's only fair for me to warn all of you, I can be rather difficult to work with. I will give you trouble, I can assure you."