How will a highschool react to this type of student?

Postby Lost1023 » Sat Mar 13, 2021 1:59 am

How will real life highschool students and real life highschool personnels of diverse types such as athletes, musicians, bullies, populars, intellectuals, average, slackers, goths, beautiful girls, handsome boys, social butterflies, class clowns, janitors, teachers, principals, guards, coaches, etc. react to this type of highschool classmate with the following characteristics below:

1. This highschooler is an 18 year old boy.

2. The highschooler is a young badass warrior that single handedly destroyed a group of gangsters who are heavily armed with heavy guns, light guns, blades, bombs, grenades, rocket launchers, blunt weapons, etc. Our highschooler boy protected his highschool campus from these gangsters who wanted to loot the school, kill the students for fun, extort the school, sell all of the highschool women to the blackmarket, and rape the highschool girls.

3. This highschooler boy has a muscular body and his height is average for his age. This is because he always goes to a local bodybuilding gym near his home whenever he isn't in school.

4. This highschooler boy is very badass and deadly in many diverse unarmed and weapon based martial arts such as Kung Fu, Krav Maga, Jujitsu, Taekwondo, HEMA, Karate, Wing Chun, MMA, Muay Thai, etc. This is because he has been rigorously training in many martial arts since he was 5 years old.

5. Our highschooler boy is very badass in marksmanship and many diverse projectile weapons and guns such as pistols, assault rifles, sniper rifles, shotguns, machine guns, archery, sling shots, etc. The reason for this is because he has been training in these since he was 5 years old.

6. This highschool boy is very great in survival whether it be in the wildlife jungle, a wasteland city, etc. This is because his father trained him in these since he was 8 years old.

7. This highschooler boy does not participate in highschool sports or extracurricular activities but he is a great genius in Science, Mathematics, and Problem Solving. Unlike his peers, he does not keep up with typical teenage trendy things like the latest famous bands, the latest famous singers, etc. He is also interested in History.

8. Our highschooler boy is an introvert but he isn't socially awkward. He has a few friends who are like him and share the same interests as him.

9. This highschooler boy never bullied anyone and has actually beaten up bullies who dared mess with him. He hates bullies. He has also brutally beat up two bullies who are physically and verbally tormenting an autistic kid, a goth, a quiet kid, and a fat short kid.

10. Despite being introverted, he is one of the most responsible students in his class as he completes his duties as a responsible student whether they are cleaning, lifting heavy things, etc.

11. Our highschooler kid has decent grades. He may not be an honor student but his grades are pretty decent. He is very responsible. He never cheated in exams, homeworks, projects, etc.

12. This highschooler boy is very brutal and ruthless towards all types of evil people such as gangsters, criminals, bandits, religious terrorists, political terrorists, greedy mercenaries, greedy hitmen, serial killers, warlords, ruthless murderous corrupt politicians, racist terrorists, etc. The brutalities that he performed against evil people includes skinning alive, burning alive, piercing the body full of needles, being slowly squeezed flat by a machine, evisceration, slowly pulling the torso from the lower body, being impaled from the anus outwards the mouth, vertically cutting from the genitals towards the head via power saw, slowly pulling the arms, the legs, and the fingers from the torso while the victim is still alive, being forced fed with sharp metals to mess with the stomach, etc.

So how will the highschool personnel and highschool students react to this type of highschool boy? Keep in mind that our highschooler boy lives in a country where the government security forces are weak and incompetent in some ways which is why evil people such as gangsters, criminals, bandits, religious terrorists, political terrorists, greedy mercenaries, greedy hitmen, serial killers, warlords, ruthless murderous corrupt politicians, racist terrorists, etc. have the chance to invade highschool campuses.
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Postby Richard@DecisionSkills » Sat Mar 13, 2021 1:56 pm

Lost1023 wrote: So how will the highschool personnel and highschool students react to this type of highschool boy?


However your imagination wants them to react.

In my imagination, three months later our hero is walking across a college campus when he reads that the entire school was wiped out. The faculty of his old highschool were brutally killed and the students sold into slavery.

How does our hero react to such news? He has a chemistry test he needs to study for and there is a villain in his dorm room waiting for his anus to be impaled. It will cost $700 to fly back to his home town. What will he do?
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Postby Lost1023 » Sat Mar 13, 2021 2:22 pm

Richard@DecisionSkills wrote:
Lost1023 wrote: So how will the highschool personnel and highschool students react to this type of highschool boy?


However your imagination wants them to react.

In my imagination, three months later our hero is walking across a college campus when he reads that the entire school was wiped out. The faculty of his old highschool were brutally killed and the students sold into slavery.

How does our hero react to such news? He has a chemistry test he needs to study for and there is a villain in his dorm room waiting for his anus to be impaled. It will cost $700 to fly back to his home town. What will he do?


By the way, that's not my original question. My original question is how will the whole highschool react to him and his feats as a warrior.

Anyways why is your conclusion like that after he brutally destroyed his many enemies? Okay, I'll give you an answer of what he will do after the whole campus is killed and the women got sold to slavery. The highschooler boy will go on a vicious brutal rampage against the villains. If the villains kills him, then he's dead. If the highschooler boy survives after being impaled to the anus, then he will fight another day and go on a brutal revenge against the villains. If he can win the fight then he will brutally destroy all of the villains in order to avenge the whole highschool campus.
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Postby Lost1023 » Sat Mar 13, 2021 2:23 pm

Richard@DecisionSkills wrote:
Lost1023 wrote: So how will the highschool personnel and highschool students react to this type of highschool boy?


However your imagination wants them to react.

In my imagination, three months later our hero is walking across a college campus when he reads that the entire school was wiped out. The faculty of his old highschool were brutally killed and the students sold into slavery.

How does our hero react to such news? He has a chemistry test he needs to study for and there is a villain in his dorm room waiting for his anus to be impaled. It will cost $700 to fly back to his home town. What will he do?


By the way, you seem to be the only one replying to me. Why is that so? Is this forum dead or something?
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Postby Lost1023 » Sat Mar 13, 2021 2:32 pm

Richard@DecisionSkills wrote:
Lost1023 wrote: So how will the highschool personnel and highschool students react to this type of highschool boy?


However your imagination wants them to react.

In my imagination, three months later our hero is walking across a college campus when he reads that the entire school was wiped out. The faculty of his old highschool were brutally killed and the students sold into slavery.

How does our hero react to such news? He has a chemistry test he needs to study for and there is a villain in his dorm room waiting for his anus to be impaled. It will cost $700 to fly back to his home town. What will he do?


Look man, I am not fooling around. I am just asking a sincere question. I don't mean to offend you or this forum.

The thing is because we often have this cliche action superhero trope of the badass hero being popular in his school after he accomplished such a great superhero feat.

I am just really curious about how real life highschool people will react if such a classmate of them truly exist. Will he really become popular or will they just ignore him? Or will they fear him and want nothing to do with him?

I am just curious how psychologically different real life highschool people are compared to their fictional counterparts.

I am serious. I am not fooling around. It's just kind of entertaining to put such a person in a real life situation.

So I am begging you to answer my original question.
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Postby Richard@DecisionSkills » Sat Mar 13, 2021 2:53 pm

Lost1023 wrote: If the highschooler boy survives after being impaled to the anus...


Yes, this forum is basically dead.

In my response it was not the highschooler being impaled. I was suggesting the villain was captured, a prisoner in our hero's dorm room awaiting the vengeance of our hero after he finishes studying for a chemistry exam.

So our hero goes on a brutal rampage. Fair enough. This doesn't bring back the dead. The families are still without their loved ones.

After his rampage he goes to take his chemistry exam, only to find the university has been destroyed. A few of his highschool classmates that he had saved had also gone to this university. Now they are dead as well. They were killed while he was out hunting down those that had destroyed his highschool.

Basically, our hero has now lost almost 100% of the people he protected a mere three months ago. Such a cruel world. But that is what happens in a fantasy world where there is a lone hero and everyone else is just useless cannon fodder.
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Postby Richard@DecisionSkills » Sat Mar 13, 2021 3:50 pm

Lost1023 wrote: Look man, I am not fooling around. I am just asking a sincere question. I am just really curious about how real life highschool people will react...


There is nothing "real life" about the way you described the highschool staff, the students, or the world in which they live. In your imagination everyone is incompetent except our hero. It is only a sincere question in so far as it asks how imaginary students will react to an imaginary hero in an imaginary world.

Think of it another way. Imagine a swimming pool filled with acid and no one can swim. A lifeguard has an acid proof suit. How will "real life" people respond to finding themselves in this swimming pool? I'm just curious about the psychological difference between a "real life" swimmer and their fantasy counterparts.

Well, a "real life" person will probably go, "WTF! is happening? Why is a swimming pool filled with acid? Why can't I swim? Who the heck is this guy with a special suit? Did I take a hit of LSD?"

The "real life" person will simply be confused and in shock, trying to figure out how what they thought was real suddenly morphed into this odd dystopian world full of incompetent people.

In other words, while you might be asking what is in your mind a serious question, there is no way to provide a serious answer. The very idea of a "real life" highschooler is an absurdity in this fabricated world.
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Postby Richard@DecisionSkills » Sat Mar 13, 2021 5:15 pm

I should have phrased the question, “How will real life people react to the lifeguard?”

They would be psychologically overwhelmed. They wouldn’t understand this odd, crazy situation so divorced from reality. They might see the lifeguard but not be able to comprehend what the heck was taking place. This real person, foreign to this imaginary world, would have to figure out why their skin was burning, why they were suddenly unable to swim, and make the connection that they are a useless prop being used as a mechanism to allow the lifeguard to come to their rescue. It would be a lot to take in.

In most movies that use these “real person” tropes, there is an adjustment period and the “real person” is usually a main character. They get thrust into a dystopian world and because they come from an alternate universe they become the hero.
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Postby Lost1023 » Sat Mar 13, 2021 7:03 pm

Richard@DecisionSkills wrote:
Lost1023 wrote: Look man, I am not fooling around. I am just asking a sincere question. I am just really curious about how real life highschool people will react...


There is nothing "real life" about the way you described the highschool staff, the students, or the world in which they live. In your imagination everyone is incompetent except our hero.


You're thinking that they will feel incompetent except the hero? I mean it is indeed a fantasy for my badass hero highschooler to exist but why are you even thinking that real people will feel incompetent just because they cannot do what my hero does well like fighting and defeating highly dangerous and strong evil people such as gangsters, political terrorists, greedy mercenaries, etc.? It's not like normal people such as highschool personnels can take these dangerous peoples on. In real life, only the military and the police can take on such dangerous evil people and not highschool personnel except the highschool security guards.
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Postby Richard@DecisionSkills » Sat Mar 13, 2021 8:21 pm

Lost1023 wrote: Keep in mind that our highschooler boy lives in a country where the government security forces are weak and incompetent in some ways which is why evil people such as gangsters, criminals, bandits, religious terrorists, political terrorists, greedy mercenaries, greedy hitmen, serial killers, warlords, ruthless murderous corrupt politicians, racist terrorists, etc. have the chance to invade highschool campuses.


The above is the fantasy world you describe.

It is not that I believe the highschoolers will "feel incompetent". It is that these fantasy students exist in a world where apparently weakness and incompetence are the norm. By your definition, they are weak and incompetent. They are props in your world, helpless sheep in a fantasy universe, in a movie waiting for their savior to save them from the warlords.

And this is necessary in order for the lone wolf, badass superhero cliche or trope to play out. If you drop in a bunch of "real life" students into the story then it minimizes the role of our hero. His acts become less heroic.

The reason is because "real life" students and faculty will try to help each other, to protect each other as they run, hide, and/or fight. They will be busy focused on how they can escape, how they can survive the warlords. In doing so, the individual acts of our hero become less heroic, because the situation becomes one of shared tragedy and heroism. The hero is no longer a "lone wolf" because there were any number of "real life" students and faculty doing real life things to deal with the situation.

If you want to know how a "real life" person might admire a hero, then I would use real life heroes and real life examples. You can find these easy enough by looking at stories where an individual was recognized for heroism, e.g. awarded the congressional Medal of Honor.

I guess I don't understand your goal. Are you trying to write a sci-fi novel? Are you trying to understand why people admire the idea of a "nerdy hero" stereotype? I guess I'm just not clear on your purpose. That might help in providing a better answer.
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Postby Lost1023 » Sat Mar 13, 2021 10:22 pm

Richard@DecisionSkills wrote:The above is the fantasy world you describe.

It is not that I believe the highschoolers will "feel incompetent". It is that these fantasy students exist in a world where apparently weakness and incompetence are the norm. By your definition, they are weak and incompetent. They are props in your world, helpless sheep in a fantasy universe, in a movie waiting for their savior to save them from the warlords.

And this is necessary in order for the lone wolf, badass superhero cliche or trope to play out. If you drop in a bunch of "real life" students into the story then it minimizes the role of our hero. His acts become less heroic.

The reason is because "real life" students and faculty will try to help each other, to protect each other as they run, hide, and/or fight. They will be busy focused on how they can escape, how they can survive the warlords. In doing so, the individual acts of our hero become less heroic, because the situation becomes one of shared tragedy and heroism. The hero is no longer a "lone wolf" because there were any number of "real life" students and faculty doing real life things to deal with the situation.

I guess I don't understand your goal. Are you trying to write a sci-fi novel? Are you trying to understand why people admire the idea of a "nerdy hero" stereotype? I guess I'm just not clear on your purpose. That might help in providing a better answer.


My friend, what you said is indeed true but what separates my hero from them is that my hero is an extraordinary badass warrior. You seem to forget about this. My highschool hero is like a person that can destroy many enemies on his own. He's just that badass. He isn't a normal highschooler. So even if the other students and the faculty do something, my hero will still standout for the simple fact that his efforts far outdid all of their efforts combined. For example, is before the other students and the faculty even make some significant effort, my hero will nullify whatever plan they're making because he already cleared the whole school of villains before they even escape, hide, or fight.

And it seems like you're making it sound like it is easy for normal people to just escape, run from, or EVEN FIGHT highly dangerous people such as gangsters, mercenaries, religious terrorists, etc. LOL! You think normal highschool students and normal faculties can easily do something like that? Please! All they can do is negotiate, escape, or be hostages AND NOT HIDE FROM OR FIGHT SUCH HIGHLY DANGEROUS EVIL PEOPLE until the military and the police force rescues them. You're also making it seem as if every normal highschool student or faculty have the guts to fight highly dangerous people such as gangsters, mercenaries, religious terrorists, etc. LOL! Really? Like not even a single one would sh** their pants?

Really, the only thing that they have a chance of successfully doing is escaping and not hiding from or fighting highly dangerous people such as gangsters, mercenaries, religious terrorists, etc. The thinking that these normal highschool people can beat all of these evil dangerous people is just absurd. Most of the time in real life, news, and history, when Latin American Drug Cartels, the Taliban, African Warlords, etc. took over a highschool, the highschool well... yeah... they get brutally massacred or taken as hostages until the military and the police rescues them. And in the end, the only ones that truly cleared those schools are the military special forces or the police forces tasked of clearing the highschool of the bad guys and not the highschoolers or the faculty themselves. So do you really expect a team of Mexican highschool soccer athletes to just fight against and win against the heavily armed paramilitary Sinaloa Drug Cartel hitmen? How absurd.

As for the highschool people hiding, NO! Do you really expect them to hide forever when such highly dangerous people like gangsters, mercenaries, religious terrorists, etc. take over the school? Impossible. The bad guys will never stop in finding them until they dig and occupy every area of the school. Plus, the evil bastards will not hesitate in blowing school areas or the whole school with bombs and bazookas as a way of scaring the highschool people out cause these evil bad guys are just one big immoral ruthless monsters that don't give two shits. In the end, the highschool people will be found.

Really, the only thing that the normal highschoolers and the faculty have a chance at succeeding is escaping. They have a chance at escaping but they get killed, stay as hostages, or get abducted most of the time without the help of the military and the police force. They have a chance but it will take a long long time and while they still have more time to wait for that moment of escape for a long long time, my badass hero has already cleared out the villains in the whole school. Really in that situation, the only way for them to easily escape such dangerous evil people fast is for my hero highschooler to cover them and keep the evil people busy fighting him while they make an escape. So in the end, my hero's efforts still far outdid all of their efforts. All of their efforts are extremely miniscule compared to that of my hero. In the end, my hero will stand out.

Again, this is not about fiction such as science fiction or fantasy. This is clearly about reality cause I just want to know how real life people will truly react to such a badass highschooler hero. And no, this isn't about nerdy heroes or nerds. I never said anything about nerds in this topic. Moreover, my hero highschooler may be smart and passionate in science and mathematics but he isn't nerdy cause I already stated that he isn't socially awkward and has a few friends. He is also obviously very brave and strong which is not like the stereotype of the timid unmanly weak nerd. It's just that he is intelligent when it comes to Math and Science. And introversion isn't the same as social awkwardness. There are introverts that aren't socially awkward. It's just that they like to spend their time alone cause they have more important things to do that requires them to be alone like reading Math books and Science books, doing science experiments for fun, etc.
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Postby Richard@DecisionSkills » Sat Mar 13, 2021 11:23 pm

Lost1023 wrote:Again, this is not about fiction such as science fiction or fantasy. This is clearly about reality cause I just want to know how real life people will truly react to such a badass highschooler hero.


Okay, so it is a question of how "real life people" will react to entirely unreal situations, i.e. how real people would react to fantasy.

For instance, we might ask, how will a real life student react to a fire breathing dragon trying to burn down the school? Fair enough.

Or we might ask, how will a real life student react to an alien invasion? Fair enough.

But you want to know, how will a real life student react to a minor god saving them from super villains?

Yes, I've elevated your hero to minor god, because as you have stated this is no ordinary hero. This is even beyond super hero. This guy puts ironman to shame. This guy is basically immortal, able to take out groups of super villains like it is part of a morning workout routine. He might break a sweat if there is at least 50 of them, but probably not.

I think the students/faculty he saved would be thankful. They would admire and possibly even worship this god...at least at first.

However, the rest of the world would begin to ask reasonable questions such as, "Why did this god allow my son or daughter to be slaughtered last week? When the school in the town next door was destroyed, where was this god then? Was he too busy lifting weights and studying for his math exam? Why does this god continue to allow evil to exist in the world? Why doesn't he save everyone? How does this god pick and choose who he allows to live, which school he protects and which schools he turns a blind eye to?"

I'm not saying that real people would be just or fair in their evaluation of this god. I'm only saying that having demonstrated that he is a savior, a minor god capable of wiping out a band of warlords for breakfast, some terrorists for lunch, and a drug cartel for dinner, that people will begin wondering why evil remains in the world.

If you think that your question is clearly about reality, then my response is clearly about reality as well.
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Postby Lost1023 » Sun Mar 14, 2021 2:23 am

Richard@DecisionSkills wrote:
Lost1023 wrote:Again, this is not about fiction such as science fiction or fantasy. This is clearly about reality cause I just want to know how real life people will truly react to such a badass highschooler hero.


Okay, so it is a question of how "real life people" will react to entirely unreal situations, i.e. how real people would react to fantasy.

For instance, we might ask, how will a real life student react to a fire breathing dragon trying to burn down the school? Fair enough.

Or we might ask, how will a real life student react to an alien invasion? Fair enough.

But you want to know, how will a real life student react to a minor god saving them from super villains?

Yes, I've elevated your hero to minor god, because as you have stated this is no ordinary hero. This is even beyond super hero. This guy puts ironman to shame. This guy is basically immortal, able to take out groups of super villains like it is part of a morning workout routine. He might break a sweat if there is at least 50 of them, but probably not.

I think the students/faculty he saved would be thankful. They would admire and possibly even worship this god...at least at first.

However, the rest of the world would begin to ask reasonable questions such as, "Why did this god allow my son or daughter to be slaughtered last week? When the school in the town next door was destroyed, where was this god then? Was he too busy lifting weights and studying for his math exam? Why does this god continue to allow evil to exist in the world? Why doesn't he save everyone? How does this god pick and choose who he allows to live, which school he protects and which schools he turns a blind eye to?"

I'm not saying that real people would be just or fair in their evaluation of this god. I'm only saying that having demonstrated that he is a savior, a minor god capable of wiping out a band of warlords for breakfast, some terrorists for lunch, and a drug cartel for dinner, that people will begin wondering why evil remains in the world.

If you think that your question is clearly about reality, then my response is clearly about reality as well.


Uhm my highschooler hero isn't a literal god as in he has magical superpowers. I never said that he has magical superpowers like Zeus. No. His training is really just unique and super difficult and he is absolutely fearless and absolutely determined. He is like Batman and the Punisher which are heroes that have no superpowers but unique advanced hellish trainings.

Are you really thinking that he is super technologically advanced by Sci Fi standards, magical, or biologically modified/mutated? I can tell you that he isn't. He's just like Frank Castle and Bruce Wayne.
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Postby Richard@DecisionSkills » Sun Mar 14, 2021 4:36 am

Lost1023 wrote: He's just like Frank Castle and Bruce Wayne.


Ah, okay.

So then after the incident at the highschool the name and face of our hero is broadcast across every social media platform. He is an instant sensation as his deeds are broadcast for the world to see. Some of the students even were able to record some of what happened. Our hero gets his 15 minutes of fame. That is how the "real life" people react.

Then our hero must go into hiding. He now has a major vulnerability, that everyone, including warlords, the mafia, terrorists, and every super villain knows his identity.

The school certainly cannot take the risk of allowing the hero to return. There is a target on his back. All relationships past and future become a potential compromise. He can't go to the gym where he use to exercise, he can't go to the home where his family lives (father, mother, siblings?). Aunts, uncles, grandparents? Mentors (martial arts instructors)? Maybe the girl he liked? All potential risks.

As he goes into hiding our hero realizes that with his identity exposed, that everyone he knows is at risk and that he can't be in all places at all times...he can't protect them all. It's just a matter of time. Who will he lose first?
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Postby Lost1023 » Sun Mar 14, 2021 4:50 am

Richard@DecisionSkills wrote:
Lost1023 wrote: He's just like Frank Castle and Bruce Wayne.


Ah, okay.

So then after the incident at the highschool the name and face of our hero is broadcast across every social media platform. He is an instant sensation as his deeds are broadcast for the world to see. Some of the students even were able to record some of what happened. Our hero gets his 15 minutes of fame. That is how the "real life" people react.

Then our hero must go into hiding. He now has a major vulnerability, that everyone, including warlords, the mafia, terrorists, and every super villain knows his identity.

The school certainly cannot take the risk of allowing the hero to return. There is a target on his back. All relationships past and future become a potential compromise. He can't go to the gym where he use to exercise, he can't go to the home where his family lives (father, mother, siblings?). Aunts, uncles, grandparents? Mentors (martial arts instructors)? Maybe the girl he liked? All potential risks.

As he goes into hiding our hero realizes that with his identity exposed, that everyone he knows is at risk and that he can't be in all places at all times...he can't protect them all. It's just a matter of time. Who will he lose first?


That's kinda sad though. But I guess my hero will finally decide to conceal his identity by any means necessary such as getting plastic surgery, using a mask, etc. He will then try spending the rest of his life in absolute solitude while brutally hunting down every single one of his evil enemies to complete extinction and he will find every single one of them to the ends of the Earth with absolute determination.
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