I almost forgot today I was supposed to do the topic (thanks @hikaymm for creating this) Today's topic will be centered on the Villains: What do you think makes a great Villain? who is the most hated Villain and who is a misunderstood Villain? tagging some members in the community but feel free to tag anyone you think would be interested to discuss this. @AimeBolanos @PhoenixPixie @SimplyAwkward @LittleAika @SymoneBelcher @beautifulnia @BenGiddens @SeoInHan @Imagide @Mikasuki1 @AdamDean @MiyukiKawaii @assasingod @Bmondragon93 @Loyalkitty
@assasingod All he did was follow his instincts and take his place atop the throne of life. Granted he was unnecessarily brutal, but he's a textbook case of survival of the fitest, at least until Komugi.
Agreed! He only did what he knew how to. Being born with that much power at that stage I'm sure anyone of us would've done as he did if not worse. that's why I like him so much
The Villian that always irritated me the most was Sugou from SAO but Yuto from sousei no onmyouji is coming in at a close second. A misunderstood one in my eyes is Meruem from Hunter X Hunter although I don't necessarily see him as villian when others do.
a good villian is someone that has taken the time to plan out every move also is tough, but best of all he/she has resolve and the ability to change
@SAMURXAI At first, but within like 2 episodes. When he went from: I've been expecting you Shinigami. I understand that you are going to kill me but I feel this is the right thing, to: This Lind L. Taylor thinks what I'm doing is wrong *writes in his name in the Death Note in huge sprawling letters*. That shift solidifed his evil to me. He constantly talks about wanting to work with the police, but should any of them disapprove, he clearly has no issue offing them (unless it would lead to him being captured)