Greetings! Your prompts are fantastic and I would love to get your input on something. Could you make some prompts about a villain being ordered by a king-like villain he views as a father to go find and kill a hero he used to be friends with? My apologies if it is a complex request.
1) “We could – we could contain-”
“I know this is difficult,” the older man said. “But I would not ask you if this was not of the utmost importance – look at me.”
The villain peeled their gaze up and resisted the urge to swallow.
“I loved him too, like a son. Have faith in our cause, as I have faith in you.”
2) “No.” The word burst out of them before they could choke it down, like projectile vomiting.
The man moved faster than the villain had thought possible for their age, and the next second they were on their knees, face throbbing from the force of the blow. They stared at the other in utter, foolish shock.
“Don’t disappoint me, boy. It was not a request. Look, see what you made me do to you? Think carefully whose side you want to take.“
3) “I’ve never asked anything of you.” The villain took a step closer. “I have served you well, without flaw or hesitation. But please, I can’t. Not them. Send someone else.”
The man was silent, expression impassive as he considered him.
“Please,” the villain said again. “I won’t ask you to spare them, I know you can’t, but…”
The man sighed, and his features shifted almost kind. “Listen, my boy.” He placed a hand on the villain’s head like a blessing. “You are not your own person, you are nothing, so don’t hurt yourself thinking. You are mine and you will do as I say. Do you understand?”