Do you consider yourself the hero or the villain in your story?


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Lard Ass Profile
Lard Ass answered

I'm the damsel in distress! Lol!

Didge Doo Profile
Didge Doo answered

Hero and villain are such limiting terms. I'm the stumblebum who keeps tripping over his own feet. I guess that makes me the clown of my story.

K. B.  Baldwin Profile
K. B. Baldwin answered

I'm the plucky, wise-cracking sidekick. 

Darik Majoren Profile
Darik Majoren answered

Hero and Villain denotes Good and Evil in most ideologies.

Since I do not subscribe to Evil or Good as things governed by outside forces . . . I would be "The Guy who tries to do the best ethical thing based on the circumstance" in my story.

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Darik Majoren
Darik Majoren commented
Its more unfortunate that you don't understand that this applies to all regardless of the "All Seeing Eye" they profess to be in awe of.
Best to count your goods after ANYONE visits if you want to be realistic.
Tom  Jackson
Tom Jackson commented
Bin Ladin was a "guy who tried to do the best ethical thing based on the circumstance."

The problem was his standards.
Darik Majoren
Darik Majoren commented
. . and Adolph Hitler was Catholic . . what's your point?

You know, LITERALLY it matters not where man puts their beliefs . . . they will ALWAYS react the way their impulsive brain tells them to. This goes for the pedophile catholic priests in as much as it goes for atheist dictators.
J-Mac Jones Profile
J-Mac Jones answered

I am the Lord of the Locker. I am not a hero. I am a villain in my story. My story is exactly the same as your story just one chapter behind.

Janis Haskell Profile
Janis Haskell answered

Only my daughter sees me as having that much power.  (Once the electricity went out in our entire city, and she told me I ruined everything!)  But in truth, I usually play more of a supportive role in life's drama.

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