Moving: a technique that manipulates inanimate objects at varying distances. The actual technique is known as kinetic signature control, where the Mover is trained to hear and identify the specific atomic frequency of any given material and alter the gravity wave around it, usually producing the nearby air to appear warped. Advanced Movers can work at the molecular level creating protective shields in the air around them.
Pushing: Pushing involves suggesting actions and thoughts to the opponent. This technique can be used to gain a subject's trust or to have them perform any action, thinking it was their own agenda. In a way it is a form of complete hypnosis. When used in conjunction with the other techniques pushing can make it appear as if the user can "see the future". The potency of this technique depends on the user's knowledge and skill
Watching: Watchers have the ability to see the ki flow of opponent’s body. When used properly watching allows one to anticipate opponents moves by following the flow of there ki
Bleeding: Bleeders have the ability to create strong shockwave from the diaphragm using ki to create a powerful vibration to be produced and depending on the user's skill determines the radius of the sound. It causes damage towards the inner ear drums, which in turn causes the opponent to lose their sense of balance and their surroundings.
'Reading': readers can track the location of either people or objects over varying distances by concentrating on a particular individual's energy signature. Like psychic bloodhounds, their tracking ability is increased if they have tactile access to an object that has been in direct contact with the subject. Readers receive information based on images, not specific addresses, which is why identifiable landmarks help increase their effectiveness.
Shifting: Shifters can create ki imbalances in the victim's brain, and thus cause a disruption in their senses. This is often used to create false images or to cause pain from trauma (because the body is led to believe it is in pain). This technique is created when a shifter extends their ki through the cerebral nervous system of their opponent, thereby affecting their five senses.
Shadowing: Shadows are trained to erase their presence from the world around them. Experience will enhance the size of the area they can shadow and the intensity of their shielding effect. Shadows need to be awake to perform their ability.
Stitching: Stitchers are psychic surgeons trained to speed up the body's natural healing process by sending ki from their hands into a wound or afflicted body part. This allows the user to heal a patient without the need for medical equipment or surgery, making it highly useful on the battlefield. It can be stitcher to treat both external and internal injuries. It is vital to match the amount of energy used to the severity of the affliction or injury. This requires a great amount of control.