08 August 2013

Tag: I'm it!

A thank-you to Aarathyn Arvell

My villain. Hm. That's tough. There are so many.

I choose....Shamus Steed from Haphazardly Implausible by Miss Jack Lewis Baillot.
(I know there could be some debate about this, but at the beginning he is the villain. Bear with me.) 

1. If the main villain of your favorite book/movie/TV series showed up on your front doorstep, what would you do? (Explain who it is first...)

    Invite him in for tea and ask him how airships work.

2. Now supposing the heroes opposite this villain showed up just after your exchange. What would you do then?

     Invite them to join us, but make them stay away from each other.

3. So... moving on, the heroes defeat the villain (with some help from you, of course- whatever it may be. ;) But the next day, you're just walking along, minding your own business, when you suddenly come across the same villain... who is now lying in the dust severely wounded and unconscious. What do you do?

     I'd wonder if I was going crazy.
Then I would make sure he got medical attention. (because I am neither a doctor nor a magician)

4. Now his minions show up and kidnap both you and him and take you to their universe (or version of your universe, whatever it happens to be.) Your reaction?

     I would again question my sanity. And their motives. And their logic, since I was helping their leader. Then I'd probably either play mind games with them or befriend them, and explore and learn as much as I could. 

5. Your fantastic heroes have arrived to rescue you- but now you're faced with a choice. The villain, out of gratitude for your earlier help, (assuming you actually did help him when he was wounded) has offered you a chance to travel back to your own universe. However, the heroes warn you not to trust him. The only other way for you to get back home is to travel with the heroes on a long and dangerous journey... and there's no guarantee that you'll survive.
What. Do. You. Do.

Well, this is getting really interesting!
I'd take the journey.
One can never have enough adventure!

Now, I tag:
The Director