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Would it be easier to be a Superhero or a Super-villain?

  1. NicholasA profile image78
    NicholasAposted 5 years ago

    Would it be easier to be a Superhero or a Super-villain?

  2. cmlindblom profile image75
    cmlindblomposted 5 years ago

    Well assuming that with one comes the other a super hero would be easier. I say this because super villains always lose. It would be more fun to be a villain though.

    1. NicholasA profile image78
      NicholasAposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Would it be easier to commit crimes and fight a superhero or be a superhero and be on call 24/7?

  3. seigfried23 profile image74
    seigfried23posted 5 years ago

    Depends on your temperament lol.  If you're fairly antisocial, I imagine keeping up the charade of being a superhero would get tiresome very quickly.  If you're powerful and you don't particularly like to hurt people, then it seems that being a superhero isn't much of a choice, but a calling.

    1. NicholasA profile image78
      NicholasAposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      What if your not very motivated and find yourself with super powers? Would you try and cash in on them?

  4. Dantex460 profile image59
    Dantex460posted 5 years ago

    I think superhero your only job is to stop whatever the villain does, whereas the villain has to make the plans and commit them, battle the hero, hire many useless guards that get defeated easily, buying volcano property to make a secret volcano lair, never be allowed to actually kill the hero, breaking out of jail etc.... I can go on forever.

    1. NicholasA profile image78
      NicholasAposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Those volcano lairs are a pain to build. As a hero though wouldn't you have to help everyone all of the time? Build a rogues gallery of villains, sometimes get jumped by all of them at once and fight other heroes until you realize your both heroes

  5. sm825 profile image61
    sm825posted 5 years ago

    Depends on how strong you are compared to other super heros and viillains. Also do the super heros have a code to save hostages at all costs or are they expendable? Because if the super heros are willing to sacrifice themselves for the hostages, being a super villain would be easier. Also there is the fact it is much easier to destroy, then it is to protect.

    1. NicholasA profile image78
      NicholasAposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Do you like the idea of destroying or protecting?

    2. sm825 profile image61
      sm825posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I would choose protecting but only those I care about as I see no point in trying to protect everyone as not everyone can be protected.

 
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