>>78765013 if your haystack has enough needles in it that you can randomly plunge in your hand and grab one, it's not the kind of needle-riddled haystack you want to be anywhere near.. It's probably just a fucking pile of needles. You probably need to burn it to the ground and pick up the needles with an electromagnet
>>78765565 yeah that sounds right i didnt know he got stabbed. that's what happens. there's a reason it takes an entire interconected police force to handle a city. A superhero is like an immune system composed of just one big leukocyte.
>"Super Vaclav" is a promotional figure for a Czech webhosting company. He purports to combat antisocial behavior of Prague citizens, by pouring buckets of water on individuals smoking near public transport stops. He also assaults dog owners with their own animal's excrement if it is left behind on a lawn.
Are there any actual masked vigilantes? I'm not talking about these idiots who wanna be on TV promoting helping drunk chicks get to their cars. I'm talking about somebody crazy, tough, and lucky enough to actually have survived, at least for awhile, actual costumed crimefighting.
Heroes dont do anything without villains and reality doesn't have villains. Unless you live near actual organized crime there's no point. And even then you would have to train all your fucking life to actually accomplish anything.
>>78765013 second from the right on the first row is a pretty hardcore dude, does a lot of work helping crack heads get there lives back together and shutting down crack dens, not afraid to get shot to say the least. Can't remember what he goes by though
>>78766658 Well, some US states permit two people to consent to engage in "mutual combat", so some real life superheroes just wander around at night looking for bro dudes being rowdy and coax them into accepting to fight, all videotape for proof of consent, of course.
>>78767089 On that note here's a challenge. Find me a superhero who isn't in a costume that would make somebody look faggy. The catch is, no jackets or traditional hats. Has to be something not normally worn in public.
>>78766539 He's not masked and I'm pretty sure a lot of folks here have heard about this, but Rodrigo Duterte was the mayor of Davao City in the Philippines and was known to regularly patrol the streets with a motorcycle and an M16, enforcing the law. He may or may not have killed a shit ton of criminals, but he once made a tourist swallow a cigarette when he refused to put it out. So he's kinda like Mike Haggar meets The Punsiher. He's currently running for president.
>>78767089 >crime syndicate has a dice/chance motif >if you fuck up, no matter how large or small the head henchman put a revolver to your head >the first time it only has one bullet, so you have a decent chance of walking away >every further mistake adds a bullet If it was approached like that it could work, since it seems more like a tradition or culture thing.
>>78767444 >wore a skull mask, rode a bike and shot gas station robbers
Why gas station robbers specifically? Also, when you're dealing with gas-station robbers it seems like a real bad idea to wear a skull mask and ride a bike. You're fucking begging them to pour gas on your head and light it on fire.
>>78767475 >if you fuck up, no matter how large or small the head henchman put a revolver to your head >implying any criminal empire survives by killing off its henchmen
The only times they actually kill a henchman is if they're talking to the cops, in which case being suspected of murder is better than the henchman turning in evidence for murder, or if the henchman has fucked up so badly it cost you millions or something. Anything lower than that and it's most definitely not worth the risk of getting caught getting rid of the body.
Because i'm not retarded The only way you can really do some diference is like >>78767527 is saying, and it would still be fucking retarded If powers were a thing, sure i'd be one, but since we live in boring real life, no
I get why UFC has so much BJJ it's great one on one. But as far as superheroics and fighting several people you really need to know another style other than BJJ. Judo, Karate, Greco Wrestling and Boxing would all be based.
Just a reminder, there were under 3,500 lynchings in all of recorded American history, not much more than a thousand of them at the hands of the Klan, and some of them were white. The majority* of these people were likely guilty of the terrible crimes that got them hanged.
>>78768883 No. my gf isn't a "superhero" but she's got a cosplay fetish. don't get me wrong, the zatanna costume is great and all, but i'm so fucking sick of dressing up as nightwing, it's giving my ass a rash. really gets old after a while, just find a normal girl
>>78767255 If I caught you stealing a car, not even just mine, I would split your skull. If I saw someone like you caught in the act, I would not call you an ambulance when someone else did the same. It would be justified.
I've always lived with homicidal tendencies, before getting treatment I was learning to make home made explosives and mines, also got really good at shooting. Was going to use that in my school, but was found, went to several professionals, got sedated on pills, but the desire to kill people was still there. One particular person I met, who was also pretty fucked up, convinced me to use that for "good", focus on dirty politicians, low evangelist preachers that rob the ignorant, rapists and other that were not punished by the pathetic laws of my country. We made a deal that if all our attempts to be normal productive members of society we would go on a spree of cleaning the country. I know /co/ is filled with moralfags, but I think that would be the closest thing I could ever got to heroism.
Yes, yes, I'm so edgy shadowthehedgehog darklord. I'm only telling this because it's relevant to the discussion. Fuck off
>>78769493 i'm probably in better shape than most people here just because i'm a swimmer since i was a kid, but no. no one has the ass to be nightwing >>78769546 dude she's like a pixie girl, if she tried to beat up a 13-year-old she'd get killed
>>78769712 >they announce a big fighting tournament between the RLSHs >advertise it as the event of the century >it's literally just them sitting around playing Injustice for hours while an overenthusiastic cameraman snapzooms every three seconds and public domain superhero music plays in the background
>>78769726 Just make sure to study who you're gonna kill. Don't just go off killing a politician who was only the victim of a smear campaign or one of the preachers who really are trying to make the world better.
>>78770299 Im pretty good at raising insects I could just throw jars of Velvet ants in their meetings and run away Throw some fire ant queens in their yards introduce termites to their homes >I am 'The Pest'
>>78770619 >That night all of New Orleans' dance halls were filled to capacity, and professional and amateur bands played jazz at parties at hundreds of houses around town. There were no murders that night.
Just imagine being out on that night, man. Fear of dying keeping you amped, while the whole town is jazzing it up. Best night out ever.
Also kind of makes me think the letter was just written by some jazz-band wanting a gig.
2. When it comes to fighting crime using what police use is best. Guns, baton, taser, pepper spray ect. Only an idiot would fight possibly armed criminals with their bare hands, especially if you're out numbered.
>>78765627 Vigilantism is more of a one-crime-at-a-time business. A mugging here, an attempted rape there. Jones actually managed to pull it off without dying, and has some pretty dank scars to show for it. He even hung up his cape fucking up some gay-ass street dancers. Gotta respect that.
>>78770968 Alone. There's no real groups here just a few individuals.
My outfit is just a set of black clothes with extra padding on the arms and chest to protect from knives/bottles.
My nights consist of hanging outside bars and clubs and near train stations. Drunken assault leading to murder is common, so is rape. Breaking up fights, chasing off predators, getting the shit kicked out of me by 3 huge black guys. Typical.
That's cool. I think having a partner/buddy system would be good. I would get more armor to protect yourself man! Sounds like you have done alot of good. What does Roo taste like? Does anyone know your a RLSH or is it very Hush Hush? Do people know about you/who you are?
>Walk out of Bar >Had a good night, met lotsa nice people >Some guy in a Costume shows up as I'm trying to find the key to my car >Asks if I've been drinking >"No, I've take medication that will fuck my shit up if I drink an-" >Costumed mad man slams my fucking skull into my goddamn car >He tells me cursing is against the law >Starts beating the shit out of me >Barley dial 911 in time >Cops come while he's trying to commandeer my car for his whateverhisstuidnameis-mobile >Tells them to back off or he'll use his heat vision to kill them all >He gets tazed >Paramedics told me that I'm his 4th victim in 2 years >Inform the police I do plan on pressing charges >All while Costumed man is screaming that I'm using my psychic powers to turn them all against him
>>78771202 Man drinks alcohol. Man feels slighted. Man grabs bottle. Man smashes bottle over man who slighted him. Fighting ensues. Police are called. ETA 10-20 minutes. One or both of these men can die in this timeframe. I'm outside, I deescalate the situation with or without force. Men live another day.
I've been beaten up, smashed with bottles and bats, broken bones. It sucks. But its worth it in my opinion.
>>78771372 My mother knows. She's not keen on the idea. I have a friend I can call to pick me up if I'm dying in the street, he knows too. That's all though. I try not to attract attention because once the media gets ahold of me the word gets out and people just WANT to fuck with you / beat the shit out of you. Kangaroo tastes like gamey meat, a lot of people dislike it. I'm with you all on these autsitic attention seeking fucks, bless their well meaning hearts. They're not stopping any real crime. If I can save a few lives a week, I'm happy. Even if its not quantifiable.
>>78771641 I AM a bouncer, that's how I got started with this shit. Our ability to stop drunken idiots from killing each other ends at the door to the club. Someone across the street getting beaten to death? Better not get involved, just shut the door and call the police. Bullshit. Absolute bullshit. I'm not a hero, just a frustrated guy sick of watching young men get killed when its preventable. What kind of man would I be if I could prevent it but didn't out of fear?
People who dress up and pretend to be superheroes are the most narcissistic douchebags I can imagine. If you really want to good for the community, you'd be a cop, a firefighter, a social worker, or a doctor. You wouldn't peacock around in a colorful costume for attention.
>>78771433 >Six Months later >Another Long day working, but ready to go hom >Get to parkinglot >Ohshitit'sthecostomedman >pull out my phone and dial 911 >Costumed man slaps phone from my hand >Grabs me by the lapels and tells me he needs my help >Follow him to his... Costumed Man-Mobile... >Pulls out a stripper who he's obviously beat >Tells me he needs me to use my psychic powers to get in her head so that he can find the location of her hideout >About to ask him what the fuck he's done >Punches my shit >Touch hand to forehead and start making 'whooo'ing sounds like I'm psychic >He seems calmer >Tell him that her mental defenses are almost impenetrable... almost >Tell him to give me 15 minutes max >He nods >7 minutes pass >Cops show up because my phone got to 911 but no one responded >thankyousweetgps >Costumed man tries to use me as a shield >Both of us get tazed >Police are trying to get him in the car while I'm recovering >He's screaming "Save me Psychic Man!" the entire time.
Remember that the life of a superhero might be a lonely one, filled with hardship and danger. The few who answer the call must leave comfort, safety, and often sanity behind. Someone's gotta stand the heat and stay in the kitchen. Someone's gotta don the oven mitts of all that's right and strangle the red-hot throat of all that's wrong.
>>78765814 he has an enlightening anecdote about the time he got shot >on patrol >see thug trying to break into a car >walk up to him in costume and tell him hes under a citizens arrest >bad guy pulls out a revolver >our hero dives behind cover >bad guy fires six shots at the car hes hiding behind >pheonix realizes the bad guy is out of ammo >runs out of cover and charges at him >bad guy shoots him in the chest twice >"and that was the day that I learned that some revolvers can hold 8 bullets"
There's a chick in Juarez, Mexico (complete shithole city run by the cartels where hundreds of women get murdered every year) who got tired of bus drivers raping women so puts on a ski-mask and just walks onto busses and executes a driver she's heard has been raping passengers. She left a note saying either the police can stop the rapes or she will. Of course the police put undercover agents on buses to try and catch her and don't give a shit about the violence against women epidemic in the city.
A good portion have stopped violent crimes, know martial arts and wear somewhat functional uniforms. All of them do charity stuff but the shitty ones are often crazy and sad. The community is pretty half and half. That aussie hero seems legit btw
That's actually a real thing, they are basically anti-fans who harass RLSHs on facebook and call the cops on them and shit, it's kind of funny.
Although there was a guy who took the bants too far and called himself firebug and actually did burn down an empty building, unsurprisingly in real life if you run around committing crimes in a bright red costume you get arrested quite fast.
>>78772258 >After incident, need to go to therapy. >It's been two years since the stripper incident >Starting to get over my fear of people in costumes >Able to go through Halloween without freaking out. >Therapist says I made a lot of progress and that after one more session, I'll have the coping skills to live with all this. >Leave Thearpist's office >Get into Car >Gun to head >"Drive Psychic Man" >ohshitthatvoice >Takes me to his... secret base >His mom's house >Mom bakes excellent Brownies >Takes me to the basement >Shows me a dead nun >Start to freak out before he holds the gun to my head again >Tells me that he's going to have me whip people's memory of the nun and erase her existence >okaymanilldowhatever >Drives to the local cathedral >Wednesday mass >Do the 'whooo' thing >Notice that parking is awful here >Point out to him that she might have some traffic tickets, and if they find that, they might figure out she existed and is now dead >Says that's stupid >10 minutes later, regurgitates it back to me >oh yes sir, that sounds like a wonderful idea >Tells me to make him seem invisible with my powers >Taps his... helmet? >Tells me that he's got alluminium foil and that my tricks won't work on him. >Walk straight into police station >12 seconds later, Mexican stand off >Shitting pants >Costumed man tells me he's going to kill my shit for betraying him >His phone rings >It's his mom, he's got to take this >During the brief moment his gun's not pointed at me, police open fire >Still take one to the shoulder >He's gurgling blood >Says I'm a worthy adversary and straight up dies.
It is actually useful since it simply defuses most aggressive situations by being so weird and funny. It's like what Darren Brown (british stage hypnotist) says is the most useful thing to say when being assaulted is something completely unrelated and bizarre like "my garden fence is 4 feet tall!" because there's a high chance it'll cause your attacker to have to stop to think about it and end up just being confused and switch him out of feeling aggressive.
>>78773175 yeah you trying to justify the absolute ridiculous attire that these people CHOOSE to wear while "crime fighting" doesn't make them any more likely to accomplish anything other than be a minor annoyance. These people want attention, period.
>>78773693 >stop crimes lol no. Like 3 of them could even beat someone in a fight. >charity work I have nothing against this. I have a problem with people who HAVE to do it in costume to ensure that they get recognition for it. It kind of defeats the purpose of doing something good.
I'm getting this from an interview with Phoenix Jones, he says that's what happens, aggressive people see the silly costume approaching and are just left bewildered. If you were wearing plainclothes or SWAT armor or whatever you would be much more likely to alarm them and get attacked. These guys aren't wanting to fight since they know they might get killed irl, they'd rather just calm a street fight down or get a crowd of scumbags to disperse peacefully.
>>78773608 generalizing? nobody that does this does it for the reasons they should be doing it for...none of them. If they did, they wouldn't even have a superhero name or their shitty flashy costumes...fuck we wouldn't even know anything about them.
Instead, they go to message boards and talk about themselves and what they do. What their name is. It's just one big jerk circle. And i'm suppose to take these people with some kind of credibility for playing dress-up and pretend? Fuck off.
You'd have to be really careful on who your victims are, since there's so much propaganda against politicians, actual criminals framing other people for their financial crimes, false accusations from people with a grudge, ect.
What I would do is go after people who were 1. individuals since realistically you are not going to be able to kill members of organized crime or governments since they have good physical and operational security 2. are indefensibly evil and killed people just for fun so you never think twice about if they deserve to die 3. people who have already been found guilty in a court of law so the judgement and evidence gathering is not all depending on you 4. got released over some bullshit technicality so they never faced even mainstream justice.
People like Issei Sagawa or Karla Homolka, find fuckers like that and go full Frank Castle on them and maybe it'll make the next would-be serial killer or incompetent judge think twice.
>>78774045 >nobody that does this does it for the reasons they should be doing it for >none of them
That's literally a generalization. I'll grant you that a lot of these people are just doing it for attention, but I'd have to be a complete fucking idiot to assume that this applied to every single person, without even one exception, who does this shit.
Well, there is such a thing as citizen's arrest - basically, if you see someone performing a major crime (no misdemeanors) then you can legally and physically detain them. I've seen people knock down and sit on a shoplifter until the cops arrived - to prevent them from running further.
Also, if the criminal uses any type of weapon or attempts to assault - then you can legally defend yourself (others too) and legally beat the shit out of them.
So really, there is no need for costumed vigilantism. All you need to be is a decent human being >#notallheroeswearcaps
>>78773779 >I have a problem with people who HAVE to do it in costume to ensure that they get recognition for it. >in costume >recognition They're in costume, they're not getting recognition for it, only their fake alter ego is. You're a special kind of retarded.
>>78774576 I deny what defies a super hero in the real world...not in comic books when ordinary people can do anything.
But you're right anon...let's say somebody here decides to pretend they're batman and jump rooftop to rooftop with nothing but a grappling hook. Surely they would NEVER fall to their death or anything would they?
>>78774665 You seem to be changing the subject in order to win an argument I'm not even having.
I was just pointing out that non-powered superheroes are incredibly common even in medium that spawned the genre.
In response to the argument you're doing a shit job at making, I'll have to point out that you're also putting things to unnecessary extremes. Not one RLSH who's been in a fight in an attempt to deescalate a situation has ever had the need to jump from rooftop to rooftop in order to do so, at least not to my knowledge. Street crime typically happens on the streets.
>>78774838 It's not an argument, it's somebody calling somebody else out on their bullshit when they say real life superheroes exist when they really don't. Regardless of circumstances.
I made the rooftop to rooftop jumping comment to make my point. That list of comic book characters that was posted? They can be considered super heroes because they are fictional characters that can literally do anything if it's written they can. In the real world? They can't. So calling them super heroes is absurd.
>>78775189 >It's not an argument >It's somebody calling somebody else out on their bullshit
You're listing off reasons why you disagree with something. That's the definition of an argument.
I stated, with pretty hard evidence, that non-powered costumed heroes, AKA superheroes, were a common thing. You argued that this didn't matter because the world was at a writer's whim, when really you should be arguing that even those characters shouldn't be called superheroes either, as despite their titles, they have no superpowers.
That does seem to be your definition of the term, based on what you've been saying. The fact is there are masked vigilantes out there, many having been listed in this thread. There's still a woman in a ski-mask in Mexico killing rapists. There's still an ex bouncer deescalating barfights that were taken outside.
Chances are there always will be somebody in a costume, functional or otherwise, trying to beat some dickhead's ass because he was being a dickhead, and the truth of the matter is sometimes that person will succeed, sometimes even consistently.
Call them clowns, but the fact is these people can and do exist in the real world. If you think infallibility is a requirement, then you're sorely mistaken.
>>78775760 And once again you're missing the point. I'm not arguing comic book characters can't be super heroes because that's ridiculous being THEY AREN'T REAL. Your hard evidence is a list of fictional characters that have the potential to do things that can't be done in the real world, thus being super heroes. How about some real people that are able to do the things that that list of super heroes can do? Is there a real life batman? No, there isn't.
I do call them clowns because that's what they are. It's a joke. That being said, I do believe that some can be considered vigilantes. But super heroes? Not even close.
Also, comparing these people to that woman in the ski mask in Mexico? That's bullshit. One's an actual vigilante while the others are cosplaying and running around playing pretend. At best, these people can be vigilantes but hardly any of them got the stones, or the vision to do so...not to mention the drive and training. If they did, they wouldn't dress up or make up names and backstories for themselves as I have seen them do. They would just do the work, period. No publicity. No charity events. They would be fighting actual crime. Not limited to "breaking up fights".
But is that all that it takes to be a super hero? A name, a shitty costume, and going on "patrol". Then fuck, we can all be super heroes can't we?
>>78776408 >And once again you're missing the point. I'm not arguing comic book characters can't be super heroes because that's ridiculous being THEY AREN'T REAL. Your hard evidence is a list of fictional characters that have the potential to do things that can't be done in the real world, thus being super heroes.
You keep fucking up. There are two definitions of the word "superhero" according to Mirriam-Webster:
>1. a fictional character who has amazing powers (such as the ability to fly) >2. a very heroic person
This essentially means that anyone with the ability to do the right thing with consistency, whether the means to this end are violent or not, falls under that definition. Note that nothing is said about the wardrobe of that individual.
While I've never argued against attention seeking LARPers being anything but attention seeking LARPers (we're in agreement there), I will say that breaking up a fight is exacty what crimefighting is. That's dangerous heat-of-the-moment shit that has laws against it for good reason. A guy in protective gear jumping in forcibly breaking it up because he sees that it could very easily turn into a murder, or knocking the shit out of some asshole who's mounting a woman who's clearly yelling "rape" is exactly what's expected of a "heroic" person.
You seem to think I'm defending the LARPers who also use the title "RLSH". I'm talking about those few people who actually deserve that title.
>>78769370 >Just a reminder, there were under 3,500 lynchings in all of recorded American history, not much more than a thousand of them at the hands of the Klan, and some of them were white. >The majority* of these people were likely guilty of the terrible crimes that got them hanged. Source please?
>>78776943 Superheros are entirely fictional and anyone that calls themselves one are just trying to imitate something that does not exist in real life. Heroes on the other hand are something pretty much anyone can be. You can be considered a hero for any number of things, superheroes require some sort of superpower which obviously aren't replicable in the real world. People often cite examples like Batman as non-powered superheroes but even they have some sort of fantastical training or gadget that makes them impossible to imitate in reality.
>>78778941 I've laid out the definitions of the word "superhero", one being a superpowered fictional character and the second one being a person (fictional or otherwise) with exceptional heroism. As explained before I was going by the second definition of the term, which also applies to non-powered fictional heroes, as they have no superpowers that would qualify them for definition 1. If you disagree with these definitions, take it to Mirriam-Webster.
>>78779340 Mirriam-Webster have demonstrated themselves being retards by defining literally as meaning literally metaphorically as a definition. That definition is no different from that of just a regular hero. And as I've mentioned, any 'non-powered' superheroes in fiction still would be superpowered in comparison to a normal person since again, the skillset required to be a hero is more than is possible real life human abilities. Batman is a goddamn ninja with millions of dollars in equipment, he doesn't truly lack superpowers.
>>78779539 I don't care about your opinion of who wrote the definition. Again, take that up with them. I'm done talking. You know exactly what I mean when I say "superhero", and from what I've read, we're in agreement that some of these people have proven themselves exceptionally heroic. Right now you're just trying to win, and you're resorting to semantics to do so.
>>78765013 This is a true story, and the story of why I'll never go to Cincinnati again. >Be me >Came to Cinncinatti for a funeral >Didn't even know the guy who died personally, just some friend of my family's >I come and go, you know how funerals are >Decided to stay an extra night because I wanted to see the zoo, maybe get some good eats >Zoo was okay, bit too much for my taste >When I leave, it's late afternoon, so I get an early dinner >The place I went to eat was a pretty fucking good pub,fries were nice, and it wasn't too far from the place the marriot I was staying at either >Ended up meeting some cool fuckers at the pub and stay a little longer there than I planned >Then I walk back to the Marriot >Decide to go through alleyway to get there even quicker (even though it wasn't that far to begin with) >Start walking >It's dark, 6:00 pm-ish >Walking through the alleyway, I hear a rustling >I thought it was a cat or something >Nope, it's a hobo on the ground >He smells worse than death and asks for change >Tell him I don't have any cash on me >Hobo grabs onto me >ohshit.jpg >He screams something but it sounded weird as fuck >I push him off and begin running >Hobo ain't havin' dat shit >The wierd fucker literally RUNS ON ALL FOURS LIKE A LION, AND POUNCES ON ME >I trip and fall, and the guys trying to get my wallet >I was screaming and trying to push the guy off, but he was fucking fast >"GET OFF." >THe fuck was that? >...Oh my fucking god >You're shitting me >The next words I write are no lie folks, but god I wish they were >This guy grabs the hobo off of me and tosses him like he's fucking nothing >I take a look at my savior and find... >A guy dressed in some weird homemade Batsuit >Yes. Batsuit. Like Batman. >It wasn't like cosplay though, it was like this weird padded cloth shit >His mask was like a luchadore's or something >He looked weird, but somewhat well protected, but not enough for a gun >I begin running as "Batman" pounds the hobo >Fucking Cincinnati
>>78774346 Apparently, from what I heard, the police have no more permission to use force then the average citizen. They're power to arrest IS citizen's arrest. The only difference is that they are deputized to be PEACE officers. That means that they have been given special training to deal with conflict. It also gives their testimony more credence in court. So a police officer can subdue you, and tell the judge why he subdued you, and the judge will take him at his word over another citizen's.
I'm not sure HOW true that is, but it makes sense to me, and I'd like to think it's true.
If it is true, that basically means that you can proactively stop crime, you just need to document everything you do in order for it to be legal. So going in anonymously wouldn't work.
The alternative would be vigilante, which is fine as long as you don't get caught.
They aren't superheroes, they're people in costumes. I would like to bet that not a single one of those people have ever done anything "super" or probably even saved anybody. They wear the costume but they don't and quite possibly can't help anybody, they just want fame.
I bet I could take at least 6 or 7 of those guys in a fight.
>>78765013 Because I'm not a faggot with more disposable income and free time than common sense.
Besides, none of them are actually super, none of them ever actually do something worthwhile, and if you're dressing up like a fucking fruit to work at a soup kitchen you're not a superhero, you're a desperate attention whore.
>>78792075 I feel like you'd get shot or stabbed at some point, though. Yeah, these guys are famous for being boy scouts and community outreach and basically being IRL psa announcements, but that's a big group pictured even there, and at least some of them are probably packing.
Even a few in that group look like they work out.
If they don't train with real people their technique is probably shit, and stuff, but even those guys might be dangerous from beginners luck/just getting plain lucky.
A big dumb lump of muscle who spends his free time lecturing children about not joining gangs and working out in his muscle can still punch your teeth down your throat or break your nose if he gets lucky/he's faster than he looks. And some of those big guys are.
>I'll never live in a city where some guy dresses up in a superhero costume >I'll never get to pretend to be a villain and chase him around in a costume of my own and make his life difficult >I'll never get a fun hero-villain rivalry
>all these people proudly declaring they'd be super villains >when most of them would end up just like this guy or the guy who wore cheap Joker make up and threatened to real life super heroes and called himself "The Trickster" and acted like he came up with some original while he said it
>>78798513 in order to be a good villain you must follow an unofficial code we all know. The most important rule is to be a villain does not mean you are a criminal you are an antagonist, and you must antagonize the hero while remaining completely immune to any legally justified recourse on their part
there were critical operations to his demise, like blowing their stakeouts by making great big spectacles and popping nerf darts off all over the place, but only in their general vicinity and never at them so they can't actually do shit about it
make it look like I was selling drugs, but in reality I was just handing out sandwiches to homeless people, and he looks like a dick for coming after me and shutting down a community outreach event
gathering all of his pictures and shopping ass cheeks on his head, then reposting them all over the place
I had to go on hiatus for a while because someone tried to dox me and I was literally getting threats against my life from these retards
>>78800475 No way man, I'd play it up I'd have a flash costume, maybe some henchmen in matching attire, I'd just be a nuisance to the heroes.
I'd give fireworks and roman candles to drunk people on the nights when the heroes are doing their rounds. I'd become a dog walker and just let the dogs shit everywhere. Maybe hang up some posters that say they're stupid. I'd sell it up man, I wouldn't try and be cool or edgy.
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