person truly evil. Get even with him by making him oh, so evil that the reader will cheer
when he suffers all the consequences coming to him. Make sure no one can recognize
him, though. And don’t forget, he should have a few redeeming traits.
course, the villain is the weather, or the setting or specific circumstances.
end. Good characters will weave a plot as they struggle with life’s problems and
challenges. Without conflict it will fall flat, and that’s where the villains come in.
he could lose it when specific things happen to him.
motivates her, and again what does she fear and what does she want? A villain has goals much the same as the protagonist, they just aren’t necessarily moral goals, but he may want them for a good reason. The more depth you give this villain, the more interesting he will be.