Even Super Villains need advice. But is the Evil Overlord List good advice or bad?
If I were an Evil Overlord… When my Legions of Terror park their vehicle to do reconnaissance on foot, they will be instructed to employ The Club.
The “If I Were The Evil Overload” list is an attempt to poke fun at film, television and literary tropes and make a list that the super-villain should follow but don’t leading to their eventual downfall. This blog is designed to debunk some of these rules as just as flawed…
Nice idea, this will obviously work because:
- Legions of Terror are never Lazy, Forgetful or in a Hurry.
- Your enemy never seems have the skills to get through magnetically sealed, computer time-lock bio-metric key based doors in a your base, so clear would be stumped by The Club, or a sidekick with a past involving car theft and the experience to open The Club, a love interest with a hair pin and the chutzpah to open the The Club.
- You never have evil scientists and inventors around who could create self-activating, keyless, biorhythm detecting with fatal consequences if the vehicle is stolen.
Let’s try this:
If I were an Evil Overlord… When my Legions of Terror park their vehicle to do reconnaissance on foot, they will be instructed to employ the custom self-activating, keyless, biorhythm detecting with fatal consequences if the vehicle is stolen.
Agree or disagree? Rebuttal in comments, if you dare. Mwahahaha.
~ Dangerous User of Guides.
The original Evil Overlord List is a light-hearted poke at Super Villain conventions. This post is a light hearted look at that list.