Which Season 2 "Gotham" Villain Are You?
Some people spend their lives scheming to end up on top. You are not one of those people. You're much more of a team player, but don't go thinking that makes you an ordinary follower. Hell no! You are singled out among men (or women) by your sheer power of perseverance! Regime changes, emotional turmoil, physical struggle — no matter what happens, you're always there once the dust settles, and while everyone else is crushing each other into dust, eventually there's only going to be one man standing...
You're just coming into your own villainy, and it's not hard to see why. You are underappreciated and underestimated despite being rather overt about the depths to your intellect and personality. On the bright side, people will continue to overlook your behavior as you test the waters of evil, because they don't think you're capable of anything truly bad. LOL. Suckers.
There's a "Head Bitch in Charge" vacuum in Gotham city right now, and let's face it, you're going to try to fill it. You've spent too long under the thumb of annoying men who tell you when and how to exercise your apparently genetic sociopathy, and you're ready to march out on your own as a villain in your own right....just as soon as you find the perfect mark to help you start your ascent.
Your influence looms over Gotham like the Ghost of Villains Past. Your power and its effect on other people cannot be overstated. You are a strong leader and a powerful negotiator, in addition to being one scary mofo when you need to be. Nothing is beyond your scope of villainy, so just in case you feel like coming back to your old hood to see how things are going, there are a LOT of people who need to watch out. Especially anyone who might be crawling up on your friends.
Look, you're nuts. We thought you were nuts before, but you've switched bosses and you got nutsier and now you're a rogue agent and god only knows what you're up to on your own. Somebody needs to get you in line STAT, because unleashing your raw, psychotic power on the unsuspecting populace is the worst idea since avocado ice cream. Good god.
You are one smart cookie; in a more moral world it would be a genuine shame that you apply your genius to villainous pursuits, but this is Gotham, and let's be real: What else would you be doing with your degree? You are driven and obsessed by your research and always feel like you are mere moments away from a breakthrough that will change the way you experience the world. One day your time will come, but in the meanwhile you're going to have to put in some hard work. Good thing you have Ms. Peabody by your side to keep things going smoothly.
The thing about you is that you don't really want to be a villain. You were driven to this — you had absolutely no choice! If plowing your way through several innocent lives, destroying their bodies with an abomination of science so grotesque that its implementation is tantamount to torture AND murder, and single-handedly ensuring that their families will have no remaining part of them save a rapidly evaporating puddle on the corner of West 4th Street and 6th Avenue is wrong...then you don't want to be right.
Listen. There are a lot of words that get thrown around when it comes to villains like you. "Crazy." "Emotional." "Bitchy." It's such bullshit! If you were a man they'd be applauding the complexity of your schemes and admiring how well you're able to manipulate humans into doing exactly what you want them to do. It's clear that having men in charge of Gotham's underworld isn't doing anything for the city, so maybe it's time for the kings to step away and let the queen conquer. Bow down and die screaming, bitches.
You've tasted power, but too briefly. Your youth and inexperience makes it hard for you to hold on to the things you've earned, because older and more experienced people are always going to be out there trying to dick you over, and sometimes they will succeed. The good news is that your intelligent mind and penchant for villainy will see you through to the next trial, and the next, and the next. You're not going anywhere.