I gotta start first when I say I'm serious that this idea is Copyright. i want to write a book with the same concept down the road,
is pretty simple. An RPG about real life people in the real world pulling off a supervillain comic book level heist. I'll be a professional thief (or not if someone else wants the role) Who has a job in mind but needs five other people with very specific skills to help him do it. The catch of the five he needs is their abilities are ones nobody would every think of, so random, small, or seemingly inconsequential that they wouldn't be called skills
An old woman was fifty when her husband died, she was alone all the time, and grew a little senile. Over time she started making a quilt. At the age of 60 she began studying and teaching herself quilt work and tricks. At 70 she was angry, realizing she was an old woman alone with one cat and a set of needles, and throw the needles at the wall. By the time she's 80 this woman has taught herself how to be the deadliest projectile using killer on the planet, but she wouldn't know that, she just knows she likes to put holes in the wall. Nobody else knows, they just think she's an old woman with a hobby involving knitting, and too much free time. But the Pro Thief has an eye for talent.
A boy with autism in France has never been through a formal education or even played basketball with another person, this is sad, but it's also a lot of free time to practice your jumper. By the time he ws eighteen the boy was only 6'1 but could meet the rim at eye level with his jump. This boy could hop a fence without breaking a sweat or stride. Everyone else just thinks he's a kid with problems and a basketball. Except for the thief
From that you get the general idea, ordinary people with unexpected extraordinary abilities that keep their heads down and their hands and minds moving that get tapped on the shoulder. All the creative points of the character are yours, I'll worry about my thief and the plan.
So who's down?