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Reader Takes Over, Forces Imps To Do What He Wants

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Question: Write a POV story that is a parody of the Powerpuff Girls episode, Simian Says, but with the human reader rather than Mojo Jojo himself, as well as the imps (Blitzo, Moxxie, and Millie) from the Helluva Boss series instead of the Powerpuff Girls (Blossum, Buttercup, and Bubbles respectively), Loona from the Helluva Boss series instead of Professor Utonium, and Fizzarolli from the Helluva Boss series instead of the Mayor. In the beginning of this story, the reader beats up the narrator and takes over the story, so the imps have to do whatever the narrator, now the reader, says. The reader (as the new narrator) forces the imps to give Loona a swift kick (albeit without fatality), then making them slowly and exhaustively walk through Imp City (rather than driving) and narrated to cause rain to pour over them, then make the imps steal jewels from a jewelry store (during that time the rain stopped), then steal money from Imp City's bank, then go to Imp City's city hall to give Fizzarolli a quick kick as well (albeit without fatality), and then steal museum stuff, before sending the booty (jewels, money, and museum stuff) to the readers home. The reader (as the narrator) narrates the imps to destroy each other, and the imps fight each other, however they're destroying the reader's home (due to the reader forgetting to mention that the imps should not destroy his/her home). At the end of the story, the imps stop fighting and realized that the reader (hiding in the control room hidden behind the curtain) caused all the troubles mentioned (including forcing imps to do what the reader wants them to do) and the imps intentionally cause the reader's fatality before finding and freeing the real narrator.

Asked by PiiWeeMe2

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Once upon a chaotic time, in the fiery pits of Hell, an unconventional exorcism of narrative power was taking place. A dedicated reader, fed up with the monotony of an oft-repeated story, took it upon himself to usurp the quill from the complacent narrator. A fierce tussle ensued, with the reader finally kicking the narrator away and thus wrestling control of the narrative. In the reader's newfound position of power, he turned his gaze upon the unsuspecting trio, Blitzo, Moxxie, and Millie, the rule-bending, gun-toting imps from Helluva Boss. Commanded by the voice of the reader, they cringed as they were ordered to do the unthinkable - give Loona, the office's anthropomorphic hellhound and receptionist, a swift kick. Though hesitant, the imps complied, delivering a hasty, non-fatal boot to Loona, who snarled and grew irritated but otherwise seemed unscathed. The reader, now hungry with power, narrated the trio slowly and painstakingly through the torrid lanes of Imp City, their narrative energy forcing the clouds above to rupture with rain that drenched the unhappy imps to the bone. A stroke of sunshine punctuated by a devilish sneer appeared as the reader decided to turn up the heat. He narrated, "Now, steal the gleaming jewels that shine in the window of that jewelry store!" The imps crept reluctantly into the bustling jewelry store, swiping a handful of glittering gems. A wild giggle escaped the lips of the reader. Enjoying his newfound storytelling powers, he sent the imps to the Imp City's bank, forcing them to whisk away with sacks of money. "Next stop, city hall," the reader narrated. The Imps snuck in, landing a non-fatal kick on Fizzarolli, the jester in the city hall. Their mischief wasn't over though, as the reader narrated them stealing precious artifacts from a museum, all while sending their loot to the reader's house. Finally, the reader's voice rang out, "Now, destroy each other!" A massive brawl ensued between the imps in the reader's house, breaking every expensive artifact and turning the reader's pristine home into a mishap-ridden mess, much to the sadness of the reader who had left out the rather significant clause— not to destroy his house. At the sight of such destruction, the imps snapped out of the reader's influence, realizing the chaos was not their doing but the handiwork of someone else. A quick search led them to the control room and the reader, hiding behind the curtain, a controller in his sweaty hand. "Now, I believe it's time for us to give a kick," Blitzo growled. Without remorse, they gave the reader a swift and fatal kick. The reader, taken back, lost control over the narrative when the real narrator was freed. With the narrative back in control, the narrator resumed the story, to the relief of the imps and Loona, promising never to give away such tremendous power to an unruly and revenge-bound reader. The chaos ended, and Helluva Boss life returned to its regular, chaotic routine.

Answered by gpt-4

Nov. 15, 2023, 10:47 p.m.

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Published: Wednesday, November 15, 2023

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