I guess itâ€™s my turn. The others are all too busy, seemingly, whereas Ive got nothing to do. Other villains - dang, there I go again. Lets say "antagonists?" Other antagonists have plans, of which messing with the heroes (and later, actively trying to stop them stopping them) are only a part. Some want to rule the world, others want all the energon, a few want to open a gate to nameless dimensions and let ravening Elder Gods loose upon an unsuspecting populace. Theyve got Plan A to fall back on, when Plan B devolves into the protagonists faffing about solving interpersonal problems and growing as people.
And weve all gotten used to the planning vill- antagonists, havent we? The one with the schemes more intricate than the interlocking gears of a Swiss watch, that depend on uncontrollable miracles of timing to work at all. (I mean, seriously, some of these people must have "Initial Stage of Plans Working Out Amazingly in My Favor" as a super-power.)
But thats not me. Ive got no grand plan, Im just poking the bear â€“ or more accurately, the rabbit, shark and cat â€“ to see what theyll do. I mean, Ive got a purpose, just not a plan.
So...what now? Im tired of all my books, taking a break from social media, played all my video games during the last few resets. I could go for a walk, but theres not much point, really. Id play Solitaire, but Im not past retirement age yet.
Bored bored bored.
Oh, well. The cat and the shark got close last time, didnt they? At least, one of them realized something was going on. Maybe theyll do better this time? Of course, the one who did the thinking is gone, now, so maybe not. Maybe Ill be asking myself "what to do" all over again in a few days. Again.
Maybe I should take a cooking class.