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Comment author: ikrase 07 February 2013 04:19:29PM *  1 point [-]

THere may be a pressure towards unexpectedness and some other contextual stuff. One fantasy of mine is a tiny apartment with a totally inconsistent-to-the-outside rococo interior, and I have sometimes thought about other odd ways of re-furnishing dense city architecture.

Aren't supervillian lairs often made in such a way to somehow connect to personality of the supervillian?

Edit: Also, if volcano lairs actually existed, I imagine a lot of other interesting supervillian-worth dwelling ideas would spring up.