Deep under the Earth, where lava flows and caverns lurk, a chair turns to reveal its all too familiar occupent...
"Hi! I'm Ole Kirk Christiansen, the creator of LEGO. While you all know I'm super, and to many I'm a hero, very few of you know that I am in fact a Super-hero. The place we're in right now is my subterranean Brick Cave."
"Over here is a lava river."
"I can harness the energy inherent in lava to create LEGO with my bare hands. This is likely my most well known super-power."
"On this side of the room I have the server for the LEGO website."
"Too bad MOCpages doesn't have a server like this..."
"This is a cooling rack. When I forge LEGO I place it here to cool, customers don't buy molten ABS, after all."
"That concludes my tour of this room, let's move on."
"This hatch will lead me to my above-ground Brick Cave."
"One of my lesser known powers is my ability to jump, it really saves money on ladders."
"Ready for the next tour?"
"Welcome to my above-ground Brick Cave."
"Behind me is a little SHIP I've been working on. I'm thinking of calling it the Invisible Foot."
"There's my chair, you can also see some drawers full of LEGO."
"That's my lamp, it's quite useful, as night-vision is not among my powers."
"Here are some shelves with LEGO and my coffee cup."
"Now I'll show you my lawn."
"Do they really need my autograph?"
"Well, there's only one way to deal with this."
"Well, that dealt with those little punks. An efficient use of my least known super-power, don't you think?"
Thank you for this entertaining and informative story (and I thought I knew much about the history of LEGO┬«). And even though there's no opponent, you presented an entry you can be proud of. You earned round 3.