Rant about villains in storiesFirst of all, I would like to remind all of you that terms "good" and "bad" are very relative. What I find good, might be utterly wrong from your point of view, especially in this case, when we can't lean on scientific facts. But I will do my best giving valid reasons as to why I think things should be done the way I represent them here. If you feel like my reasons aren't good and you disagree with me, feel free to share your thoughts, but please, give reasons for your argument. I enjoy discussion, even debates, and am always ready to "broaden my horizon", so to speak.
Clear? Good, let's begin.
Part 1. The Basics of a Villain
In the first part I'm going to talk about why a story needs a villain and what is generally expected form a basic villain type. These are only the very basics, a stand where we're going to build our villain's skeleton and flesh.
Okay, let's start with the basics
Alright, so you have a story and you want to tell it. You have a nice leading