You may exaggerate some of the real life details of the person to make them appear more threatening or intimidating. I'm not killing you—just making few alterations. But dwell on that initial visceral reaction a moment. Another good one that came to mind is Reddington from The Blacklist excellent series so far, first season on par with Firefly in my book He always has an angle and delivers just enough information to keep people moving but sees a way bigger picture and has mysterious master plan of sorts that has been building up like a complex social economic puzzle. Woes of being a genius I suppose. Maybe Akrypti can weigh in. Mercy can be a strange thing.
Woes of being a genius I suppose. I don't care if your villain is a space alien or some random house cat turned ninja. Or it could be an experience in adulthood that was traumatic and scarring for them. Or, maybe your villain has the ability to access dark magic, which then allows him to wreak havoc on a peaceful land. Villains are real people to whom terrible things have happened. I definitely agree with that, and the fact that it probably ties into why straight Asian men have a hard time finding girlfriends or wives. This may then have lead the villain down a dark path.
After twelve months, you will be asked to provide consent again. He's the most compelling character in any movie from the last 25 years, period. Because the more worthy his opponent, the more heroic your hero will appear. This will help to make them more believable to your readers. Tries to take over the world and all that jazz. These qualities are humanizing because most of us can relate to the feeling of being isolated or rejected in our own lives.
Secondly, Asian society demands obedience from sons. It simply means your bad guy needs a reason for being the person he has become. Some men just want to watch the world burn. She never hesitated to use people to get things her way. Why try and help a slumbering god that will never share his power with you? What is a Credible Perfect Villain? Another good one that came to mind is Reddington from The Blacklist excellent series so far, first season on par with Firefly in my book He always has an angle and delivers just enough information to keep people moving but sees a way bigger picture and has mysterious master plan of sorts that has been building up like a complex social economic puzzle.
While we welcome and appreciate differences in opinion, if you're rude or you're promoting spam, we have a right to edit or delete your comment. Gay Asian men got their skin color plus sexuality. The blizzard of stories--Abramoff even graced the cover of Time Magazine--painted Abramoff as an implausibly greedy lobbyist who cheated Indian tribes, bribed politicians, and corrupted the political process--a fascinating tale, but, ultimately, untrue. Though I will use male pronouns throughout, this applies equally if your main character is a heroine or your villain is female. The forest line is all wrong. There is a difference, you know. This may then make them villainous because they treat poor people who steal with disdain and seek to prosecute the less fortunate with no mercy.
She was a complete evil character which she admitted. Allow the villain to have positive traits. Do you look up to them? Rather than just a one dimensional embodiment of evil, a villain should be a complex character, full of contradictions, desires, and needs. While a hero might see it as barbaric and desire never to do it again, a great bad guy will see it as an opportunity. And if things were only just a little bit different, who would you end up becoming? She joins him because of the feelings she projects onto him, as does everyone else. Motivation is far more vital.
Destroy one, you keep intergalactic civil war from happening. I feel pretty good about it An unfortunate necessity It can potentially be an art form What goes around comes around At some point, every villain dabbles in torture. Think about how your villain might talk in a scene and give them as much personality as your protagonist through dialogue. But you know your true nature, your old nature. For example, in State of Emergency, the villain is a powerful invading army called Omega. Some men just want to watch the world burn.