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XeeleeAngelTime Lord

See the other typologies.

Xeelee (formerly Judge)


Time Lord

Tauri (togetherness)

figurehead is storyteller of lame jokes to yes-menpreacher man has seen the light, children and the collective future
mercenary that toes the line is archeologist that digs up trash at his feetstraight bureaucrat sacrifices Angels
flying artillerycharismatic man of duty
man of honorcrooked martyr

John McClane in Die Hard toed the line so hard his feet were bloody then he had to dig out broken glass from them. And in the movie he dug his way down through the skyscraper from top to bottom.

Slave (paying costs or laziness)

peeping tom hides and skulksuncle tom
conspiracist treasure hoarderthe bunnies (ski, sex) aka courtesan sells indulgences
the little people are derivatives of the big people and the invisible bitch of every bigger dicked shemaleomega man

is too lazy to

have a lifethink
work hardfeel bad
fight with foodcare

Too lazy to bother includes too lazy to bother anyone else. So Frodo Baggins, one of the little people, is too lazy to bother anyone else with the task of getting the ring to Mordor. Then he fucks it up.

Too lazy to feel bad includes too lazy to make others feel bad or allow them to feel bad.

"Why feel bad when I can just sell you this indulgence for your sins for a low affordable price. Or how about this snake oil? Everyone should feel happy because there are easy solutions for all our problems!"

So, expanded out we have,

Yes, a whole personality type devoted to laziness. There's a reason I went around for a couple years convinced they had no souls. They're too lazy to have personalities so adopt others' from around them.

Freak (finite volumes)

RWA (punishment)

idiot overcompensatorcompressor aka angel wing breaker (eg, KKK member, hangman)
vigilantethe subjugator
debt collectorxenophobe

Dobby the House Elf irons his ears whenever he fails. Armsmaster (Worm) spends time in the lab upgrading himself with cybernetics whenever he fails. Geordie LaForge got a visor that lets him see 10 times the human visual spectrum at the cost of constant headaches because he was born blind.