Opening the door for writers Part 1: VillainsI had a request to do a how to for Villains so i decided to do a sorta series to help explain this sort of thing.Opening the door for writers Part 1: Villains5 days ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
They are defined as the opposing force to the hero, they're also known as the antagonist(and the hero the Protagonist). Most good stories(note I say most, not all!) have a good villain to oppose their heroes. To make a proper villain, I would say the best piece of advice that I can give is to get into your villains head, how do they think? who are they? What made them a Villain? these simple questions can greatly help flesh out your Villain making He/She a more lifelike and help the reader understand them better(This is a good goal, it can help to get your readers attention and keep them reading your book).
1)Naming Your Villain:
So first things first, creating the villain. The easiest way to breath life into your villain is to give them a name. A name doesn't always have to be intimidating, sometimes the last thing your reader is expecting is a character with a s