Bill G. said: As written, three characters have powers that could detect the switch immediately to soonish: Vigil (be everywhere or anywhere), Hecate (this dimension's specific power was left unstated but telepathy is on the table), and Tatanka (may have psi other than just psychometry). Notably they are all secondary characters, not the influencers , and all might have very different views on what the body swaps mean. Well... "Secondary or less-well-known-to-the-public" isn't the same as as 'secondary within the team dynamics.' In some cases, the a-listers are a-listers because of what they've done, not necessarily what they do right now. Or they're the flashy, obviously powerful ones that sell action figures. What Harry would know: Golem doesn't do a lot of heroing anymore, unless it's an all-hands on deck sort of deal. Nautilus ... prefers to work alone. Oya has teamed up with Harry's mom several times, his dad exactly once, and it did not go well. She often works with just a few other members of the team, and is powerful enough people don't ignore her in meetings, but doesn't have... friends, as such, on the team. Full disclosure: I'm modeling her team dynamics off "Black Panther is currently 'on' the Avengers... until he decides not to be" sort of thing. Transcendent - has been a member of the HHL since forever, but half the time it feels like it's as much for it to watch us and us to watch it as anything. Blackbird - does a lot of the teams day-to-day heavy lifting, but little publicity related stuff. Guardian - the opposite. Hecate - the sharpest, if not loudest voice in team meetings. Once an absolute b-lister, but gained tremendous leverage as the sole voice on magical theory after the team lost the Magus when Everard took over that mantle. The only member of the league that Harry's dad has repeatedly advised him to steer away from, with no joking. Paladin - Dad: "Well... he sells a lot of toys." - always involved in public league throw-downs, and popular with the press and public, but isn't allowed to do interviews.
Phantasm - stays quiet most of the time. Tends to follow the lead of Tempest and, more and more, Sigrun. Sigrun the Valkyrie - does the lion's share of the day-to-day work of running the League, a job that used to be all Nautilus and Golem. Would have more sway in the meetings, if not for Hecate, who blocks her on basically everything. (Hecate only ever shows up for 'all hands on deck' fights and rescues, so they rarely interact, day to day.) Tatanka - never around the base, 33% at meetings, but 100% reliable when called on for 'the work.' A-10's uncle. Vigil - no one argues with Vigil. "It's not fun losing a debate to a grainy vhs tape and a stack of telegrams from 1902."