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    I don't think I'd make a good hero. I'd rather be good than evil though, I don't ever want to hurt anyone. I'd choose to be a hero but I think I'd be a pathetic one.
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    Honestly some comedic sidekick who barely gets anything right and is just there to make the hero look better like Penfold from Dangermouse.
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    One punch man with the facial expressions but no superhuman strength
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    I wonder ...~
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    all three
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    I'd basically be this guy...
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    Hero.

    It may be a boring choice, but I don't want to hurt people. Or at the very least, I don't want to hurt people that don't want to hurt people.
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    Hero - all good
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    Anti hero. definately. they have all the fun without being actual dicks.
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    (Original post by TorpidPhil)
    Villain.

    I actually think it would be absolutely riveting to play a evil maniac in a movie. The sort that tortures people for fun. That goes around raping people and has no concern about it whatsoever.

    Hell I think I'd be able to act it well too!
    I don't think it's even acting for you

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    Anti hero, more badass

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    (Original post by BobSausage)
    Villain, without a doubt. The villains don't have to care what the press think of them and most the time get to live the high life doing what they want. I'm thinking a scenic Scottish castle with a fair estate as my lair, several grand pianos. Yes the villainous life is the life for me.

    Lets compare: Hero, constantly having to look after the people where they live for no pay just respect, villain: extorting the people around them to make as much money and influence as possible for themselves.
    Hero: Ruled by the media, if they want the people to like you they will, Villain: someone writes something bad about me they pay, normally in blood
    Hero: absorbed by having to be on top form ready for anything, Villain: do as much or as little exercise as you want, spend the days doing what you want.

    What is there to being a hero that a villain cannot have? Yet there is so much a villain can manipulate with ease that a hero could never have a say in.
    Yes Villains are what this world produces.

    I like your thinking, villains are definitely cool. I think I like anti-hero's because they tread the line between good and evil - ultimately doing good but using questionable tactics and ethics to get there.
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    i wanna be like spiderman, whatever he is. a hero who doesn't take themselves too seriously and is less bulky than batman/superman
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    (Original post by tanyapotter)
    i wanna be like spiderman, whatever he is. a hero who doesn't take themselves too seriously and is less bulky than batman/superman
    Spiderman is definitely a hero- he's probably the poster boy for hero's as he's so pure. Superman is also a hero. Batman I would consider an anti-hero.
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    (Original post by kalclash)
    Spiderman is definitely a hero- he's probably the poster boy for hero's as he's so pure. Superman is also a hero. Batman I would consider an anti-hero.
    what about deadpool? do you think he's an anti-hero?
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    (Original post by tanyapotter)
    what about deadpool? do you think he's an anti-hero?
    Deadpool kills people so he's an anti-hero in my opinion.
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    (Original post by kalclash)
    Deadpool kills people so he's an anti-hero in my opinion.
    Aw shucks. I like Deadpool.
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    (Original post by iEthan)
    Aw shucks. I like Deadpool.
    You'd have to be an anti-hero then mate.
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    (Original post by kalclash)
    You'd have to be an anti-hero then mate.
    I guess that's decided then. :proud:
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    (Original post by Andy98)
    I don't think it's even acting for you

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    Now now. I consider myself a very moral guy. I would never, EVER, torture someone or rape someone.

    Why do you actually say that, I'm curious?
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    (Original post by TorpidPhil)
    Now now. I consider myself a very moral guy. I would never, EVER, torture someone or rape someone.

    Why do you actually say that, I'm curious?
    Now now. You didn't think I was serious did you?

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