Disregard the craptitude of the coloring and face-closeup. In fact, don't look at it all. Advert your eyes or something. Yeah.
Tai doesn't have any inherent powers; however, he's possessed by Tlaloc pretty much 24/7, so it's a 'rollover' kind of deal. I was kind of hoping the other students would become suspicious of Tai, since his pet is (apparently) never around; since Yamikage does the whole mind manip, I thought he would perhaps be the first to figure out that Tai's actually being possessed by a pissy spirit. Moreover, I felt that Tlaloc's attempt at taking advantage of the teacher's/students magic could be used as a plot mover-forward-thingy-device-contraption.
Tlaloc's powers are can only be used when possessing a human host. Moreover, Tlaloc can only possess people with extremely pathetic, weak wills, so all other characters bar Tai will be safe :)
Tell me what you think, any questions you have, and critiques (I know that the profile face and colors suck. Just pretend they're not there.)
ROFLMAO, yes it did. Tlaloc is the Aztec god of the rain and sustenance (I chose it cause the goddess of earth, Tlaltecuhtli, had a too much of a funky name; so I was all like, "Sustenance comes from earth, yo" and named it Tlaloc. So it totally defeats the whole Earth idea thing, but you know what? Screw logic. We're too young to use that yet.
'Tai' comes from 'Taino' (name of Puerto Rican natives meaning 'noble people') and 'Yukihu' is another name for Yukiyu, a Taino god of cassava and anti-storm goodness. So there. Go eat some tortillas, peeps.