[You said creativity in this group was important so I decided to write my story in the form of an interview. I have chosen to write story A.] [ [ #rpwars1_dcv - So the story got a bit long so I'll just post the first part here and the rest over the next few posts, but this should be enough to get a feel for my writing ]
Why I chose to be a villain you ask? Well I didn’t always want to be a villain, no, when I was younger it was a being a hero that I really dreamed about. You want to hear that story? Well okay, but I must warn you it’s a rather sad story. Well here goes, the true story of Eobard Thawne.
I suppose my intrigue with The Flash started the day my family moved to Central City; I was only eleven at the time. The move wasn't very sad for me because I really had no friends back in my old town, but still I was scared of change and this was a pretty big one. My younger brother, Robern, on the other hand had many friends that he had to leave behind, but he was more excited about making new friends than he was sad about leaving the old ones. That was him all over, always annoyingly optimistic. In fact at the moment he was having a mostly one sided conversation with mother about how he couldn't wait to go to school and meet new people. For me all a new school meant was being ignored by a whole new crowd. Though one good thing about a new school was the chance to once again empress all of my new teachers, learning came easy to me, and I enjoyed doing it, needless to say I was very smart.
"But before I go on let me clarify something, in the 25th century we’ve almost mastered genetic enhancement. So being very smart was normal but the thing about the enhancements is that, well everyone has a different almost preprogrammed top level of ability and while now they can let people reach the best they could’ve possibly been you can never exceed that level, so you can only make people so smart, so funny, and so on. My top level of intelligence was far beyond ordinary so I was usually the smartest person in any given room. Of course my parents never did seem to care about this, they only seemed to focus on the things about we that weren’t so good."