Given Name: John Kellis
Super Name: Pathfinder
Powers: Pathfinder has the ability to find the best route from point A, which he thinks of, to point B, which he also thinks of, somewhat... automatically. For example, when he wants to get somewhere, his power kicks in and he knows where to go instinctively (he doesn't have the path memorized) and can follow that path. He can manipulate this somewhat, for example if he wants to get somewhere faster than someone, he might end up finding a way full of shortcuts etc, or for a safe way find a roundabout one. The current limit of his abilities extends to finding routes through specific areas.
Note this ability does not give him the ability to go through walls, or super speed, or any such. He simply knows the way, and he can't even go into super specific duper details either because he doesn't have that much control over his powers.
John Kellis never was one to get lost. As a baby, he always seemed to know how to get out of the simple areas his parents put him in. He knew how to get from place to place in his neighborhood without looking, even able to walk backwards from place to place. He fit perfectly in the Boy Scouts when he grew up further (an organization that he is now an Eagle Scout in), sometimes wandering off on hikes or camping trips far into the woods, returning just when people began to get worried about him. This trait proved to be incredibly useful throughout his life- but it was one incident that began to make him suspicious of the naturalness of his abilities. When he was 14, he ended up getting dropped off on a field trip in a city he had never been before without any navigation tools. It would have been a disaster, had he not mysteriously... known which way to go. Over the years, he's realized that this is, in fact, a power, and has even begun to learn to manipulate it a little.