Spend some time as a hero or villain with a sidekick or henchman. Describe your shenanigans and post pictures. Compare and contrast your experiences as a hero/villain with those as a sidekick/henchman. You will need a partner for this exercise. Any friend will do.
This is an activity/picture/short answer assignment.
Once again, I went with the guy Formerly Known as Tater. He insisted it be Potato, rather than Tater. So, Potato went sidekick this time and I went hero. Turns out, not much changed, except I got to choose where to go. Also, he had to pay for food this time. Apparently, the city is cleaner than suburbia /shrugs.
Basic graffiti. Nothing special.
How you crack glass that badly is beyond me. The location makes it unlikely to be a rock, not a bat of some kind. I don't think (at least I hope) nobody was stupid enough to kick the glass wall.
Yes. Littering. littering and graffiti are literally everything me and the Potato managed to find. Maybe I need to wait for a villain to show up. Hm....
Until I am a Licensed Hero, I bill myself as a Professional Problem Solver. This is the story of the time I had to slide a little to the dark side of things. It wasn't a job for a hero...
The Lady sent me word that she needed my services
Her planned party of wild abandon had his a snag.... plenty of guests, but not enough "wild"
Only one dancer? Really?
I knew that I would have to makes things work. A Sidekick was not the answer, I was going to need numbers, and that meant Henchmen (or henchwomen in this case.) Of course some kind of payment was in order, so I had to start with that arrangement.. Chocolate Brownies usually work well when recruiting minions...
But I wanted to make sure I got some quality help, so I added the White Chocolate on top...
I sent out word of what I needed, and what I was offering, then headed out to the job site to wait to see who would accept.
I didn't have to wait long for my crew to arrive...
Mission was a success, and a good times was had by all
Grade: 5,000 points. Those are some fine looking henchwomen
The Bambi and Varmint gangs has been very active this year. In order to perverse this years' supply of applesauce/pies/cider, I went on patrol in the orchard. The goal was to find weakness in the security fence. The gangs are a predictable bunch and can be foiled with a little bit of peanut butter wrapped around the electric fence wire. However, it only works if its near their entry points.
To cover more ground I recruited the German mercenary pair WunderWulf. I couldn't have asked for better sidekicks. They went straight to work right away. The only trouble I had was one wanting to circle a tree left, while the other went right. However, clear instructions sorted that out and they got to work finding the gangs 'smuggling' holes.
Being in charge of a mission is a lot harder than supporting one. There's a lot of prep work and multi-tasking. I had to know myself, the situation and most important my hired help. The mercenaries where only in this for the fun and food. Remembering that made it easier to give clear commands and lead effectively.
The orchard is protected by an 2 strand electric fence. It hurts but doesn't harm. However, many small animals like raccoon and coyote simply walk under/between the wires. No touch, no shock.
The piece of foil (conductive) has been baited with crunchy peanut-butter. Varmints are coming into the orchard for food, and most everything loves peanut-butter as much as apples. If the bait is close to their trails, they stop, take a lick...
Originally, we used this method because deer hide is too thick to feel most power settings. However, it works on just about everything else too. Why buy fancy pheromones/repellent when a roll of aluminium foil and a jar of Jiff's works just as nicely? Every couple of evenings during harvest, we've heard the 'yelp' of some yearling learning the hard way not to mess with our cider.
Powers: Overclocked sensory system - eyes capture more 'pictures' per second than normal.
Training focus: Maximizing other senses and choosing a combat style.
No alias assigned.