Hero, villain or anti-hero - what would you be?

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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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    (Original post by Andy98)
    Now now. You didn't think I was serious did you?

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    Well if you weren't mildly serious why would you say it...?

    There had to be some feeling in you that was serious about it even if not 100%
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    (Original post by kalclash)
    Let's address an important topic:

    If you has the option would you become a superhero, supervillain or anti-hero?

    My personal choice would be anti-hero. Fighting the forces of evil, but in a brutal and uncomprimising way, unconcerned with taking the lives of our adversaries where required for the betterment of mankind. Think Punisher or season 1 Aroow for example.

    What would you choose and why?
    anti-hero I am dedpul!
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    Anti-hero.

    I don't think I could make 'good' choices, aswell as 'bad' 24/7. Though doing what I thought was right mixed with whatever I wanted sounds pretty good
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    (Original post by TorpidPhil)
    Well if you weren't mildly serious why would you say it...?

    There had to be some feeling in you that was serious about it even if not 100%
    It's called a joke
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    (Original post by kalclash)
    If you has the option would you become a superhero, supervillain or anti-hero?
    I has the option
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    (Original post by Fleming1928)
    Every villain is a hero in their own mind. Unless you're the joker, that guy sure knew he's messed up But yeah, I'd be the villain.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hn1VxaMEjRU :P

    Yes, it's all a matter of perspective. But that's irrelevant really, isn't it? - Things like morals have no value.
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    Hero, just because.
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    (Original post by Kittyboy)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hn1VxaMEjRU :P

    Yes, it's all a matter of perspective. But that's irrelevant really, isn't it? - Things like morals have no value.
    For someone who'll be studying history at uni that video was perfect But it's like in Captain America Civil War, many people think the Avengers aren't exactly the good guys because they're still the cause of many deaths. It is indeed all a matter of perspective.
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    Hero or villain depending who pays me enough to do something. Like deadpool.
    I wouldn't want to be a hero, I wouldn't get paid to anything and I would be risking my life for people who wouldn't give me anything and probably just walk away after being saved.

    Being a villain seems fun because you can do anything and you're only justification is you're a villain. I would like to help people too though.

    I would want to be like deadpool. Who ever pays him enough, he'll fight for that side.
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    I'd probably be Deadpool, cos he's the king of bants and he has cool weapons. What's good to know is that he isn't afraid of anyone. My other choices would be Cap America, Batman, Flash and the Green Arrow
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    Villain much more interesting and nothing holds be back
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    Anti-hero. Nothing like a Byronic hero.
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    Who is the hero or villain is purely subjective.
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    (Original post by wonwonwon)
    Who is the hero or villain is purely subjective.
    Quite true.
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    Every story has its hero, its villain, and its anti-heroes. In real life, you might be the good guy, the bad guy, or something a bit more complicated. Take this test and find out for sure which one you are: hero, anti-hero, or villain!
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    villain
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    anti hero for me, way cooler as you can do literally anything you want as long as you save the world or whatever you're saving.
    Although this wasn't in the OP I'd love to be the person who's in the middle, fights the hero and villain and the meaning of my actions remain secret
 
 
 
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