You were lying on your back in a forest, looking up at the night sky. Around your waist were the arms of your boyfriend. Who is that you may ask. Simple: the son of Satan, Rin Okumura. Everyone always wondered why you dated him. Again, simple: he was an amazing person and it didn’t matter to you if he was Satan’s son or not.
You could feel Rin shift behind you. You turned your head slightly to face him.
“Rin, is something wrong?” You ask.
He looked at you and gave you a goofy smile.
“Nah, I was just thinking of how we met.”
It was your first day at True Cross Academy. Your (h/l), (h/c) hair was flowing in the breeze. You were walking around looking for your room. You were the new student so obviously you didn’t know your way around. You stopped in front of the class room. You took a deep breath and opened the door preparing for what was coming.
“Ah, you must be (f/n) (l/n). I am Y
A polite and quiet manner
Let's you choose without interference
Trusts you to know just what most matters
Probably a whole lot wiser than you are
Yet does not insist you take their advice
Out of concern they offer it to ease your troubled heart
Instead of the mere desire to be proven right
They never say: 'I told you so'
Even though; in fact, they did...
If there's something wrong then they will know
And they'll comfort you through it...
When there's nothing else that can be done
They'll patiently listen to your woes
And though they may not be the one whose 'fun'
They are a kind, most loving soul
Anybody Can Write a Novel 2.0
Chapter 5 “Characters” – Section 3.2 “Anti-villains”
“I know I've struggled across the backs of murdered innocents to save humanity … but someone had to take the weight of that awful necessary crime [...]”
“[..] I understand, without condoning … or condemning.”
“Watchmen” by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons
The final character type in the circle of heroes, anti-heroes, and villains is the anti-villain. This is the antagonist who seeks to thwart the hero for ethical, selfless, or idealistic reasons; and in the process he/she ends up bringing overall pa