It’s about time, One of my minions had been slacking for years now on their work with the Evil Overlord’s list. Some of you may remember the list to help the aspiring Evil Overlord. As a reminder in 2012 I put the first one up 32 followed and then… well The Hero and his Sidekick got to me, seems I wasn’t following the list. We are back now.. with #33.
High Ranking Female members of my Evil organization will absolutely NOT be required to wear a Stainless-Steel Bustier… first off I understand it gets cold, and second it’s so two centuries ago. The Aspiring Overlord shall allow the women to dress as they choose. The illusion of free will is an integral part of keeping your Minions, Lackeys, and Trusted Lieutenants in line. Dress code can help us accomplish this.
Colors should match the color’s of the Overlords forces. Black, green and red still being the favorites however materials and ornamentation shall be under the preview of the member. This will cut down on issues involving uprisings and insurrections. No one wants that. So be kind to your forces… or at the very least pretend to.
Stay tuned for more tips as they come!
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