Can You Tell A Story In…

It’s Thursday and time for your weekly five-word challenge! For this week’s challenge, can you tell a story in five words, using the word HERO in it somewhere?

Last week, your story needed to contain the word VILLAIN. You sent in some super stories. Here they are:

Roberta Writes:

I am not a villain.

Villainous actions will be punished.

Villainy is a serious crime.

Kim Smyth:

The villain’s heart was black.

Trent’s World:

Violent villains viciously violated Veronica.

The villain stole the violin.


Politicians are real life villains…

No cake left. Villainous thoughts…

Villains are not all bad…

Ruth Scribbles:

The villain has red eyes.

Villains will be jailed tomorrow.

Beware of the villains knocking.

Paul Mastaglio:

The villain of the piece.

“She’s the villain. Not me!”

“Sebastian. You’re a little villain!”


Cunning villain archetype of evil.

Village villain vows vice victory.

Halloween villain loses 31st date.

Villain vs Hero. Staged politics.


The dastardly villain was caught!

Villains wait for the unsuspecting.

Ice cream produces villainous thoughts!

Jocelyn Barker:

Villain Johnson – in a ditch?

Sharon Harvey:

Moriarty the perfect Holmes’ villain! 

All films have a villain. 

He is a brilliant villain. 

Valdermort, Harry Potter’s greatest villain.


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29 Responses to Can You Tell A Story In…

  1. Mr Paul L Mastaglio says:


    You’re my hero. You are.

    There’s a hero here somewhere.

    Holding out for a hero!

    Paul 😀

  2. trentpmcd says:

    No cape for this hero. She is an unsung hero. He is a reluctant hero… Where are all the heroes?

  3. Hero rises to heal holocaust.

  4. Mothers hero – her children.
    Children’s hero – parents.
    The great hero of mankind- hardwork.

  5. Kim Smyth says:

    A true hero remains unseen.

  6. valfish56 says:

    WW1; Remember our fallen heroes
    My father was my hero
    My favourite hero is Wispa
    Christopher Reeve; true Superman hero

  7. Simon says:

    I must have missed last weeks… How about these?
    He gave a villainous stare.
    I’m not the villain here!
    Nothing beats a good villain.

    Have a great weekend 🙂

  8. fenlandphil says:

    Sometimes the hero walks away.
    Real heroes often walk away.

  9. Sanandi-jacq says:

    War hero builds memorial wall.

    Flood hero saves caravan families.

    Hero changes clothes in Tardis.

  10. Ever heroic, sharing a gyro.

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