Energetic Hero vs Energetic Villain

Energetic Hero vs Energetic Villain

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  • oh no it seems that all of the lights in this town are out I must take the potential energy in this town and turn it into light energy 
  • Now I see who is turning out all of the lights in the town but it isn't just the lights he is turning off now he is taking all of the electricity. I must turn this light energy into electric energy.
  • I shall take all of the electric energy
  • He has already taken the electricity from the town mall. When he did that he turned off the heat I must take the potential energy from in this mall and turn it into thermal energy to heat it back up or everyone will freeze 
  • Because the more I transfer the light and electrical energy into potential energy the more I have to turn into nuclear energy that I can use as leverage to get whatever I want 
  • Why are you terrorizing the city
  • After I have used my nuclear energy to my advantage I plan to turn it into chemical energy in order to create the worlds biggest battery to power anything that I want
  • You don't have to do this you could restore all of the energy back to the city and be considered a hero
  • Fine I guess I will restore the energy back to the city where it rightfully belongs 
  • Thank you.  You will now be considered a hero just as I am 
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