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i support villains
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Published: March 8, 2010
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i really do.
i mean ok i love heroes and the good guys that save the world every day etc. but have you noticed that villains usually have more interesting character and bio? most of the times i empathize bad guys in novels and movies and especially cartoons.
just face it - villains are cool.
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VyelHobbyist Traditional Artist
I myself am a villain, with no heroic equal, so i'm the Grand Emperor of Villains.
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Ditto. I would SO take dark powers over good powers. js. (just saying)
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VyelHobbyist Traditional Artist
They are definetely more fun to have than light powers. with light you just have light, but with dark powers, you wield night, blight, negative, darkness, twilight, shadow, and void.
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VyelHobbyist Traditional Artist
Of course, the greatest villains use lightning, and i'm one of them. Minor villains can use it too, and so can some henchmen, but the major villains know how to control it the best.
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NorthernRoseGirlHobbyist Writer
Well, without villians in a story, there would be no conflict - and that would be so boring. So yeah, you have to support villains if you like reading epic kick-ass fight scenes...
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Akyura44Student General Artist
Agreed ;)
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abrilmazziottiStudent General Artist
Yeahhh, I think the same ;) . By the way, can I use it? Thank you :).
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rotten-vermillionProfessional Artist
yes you can
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abrilmazziottiStudent General Artist
Thanks :aww:
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el-roacho Traditional Artist
You know, I'm not at all a fan of stamps, but I like THIS stamp. haha! No one has more fun than the villain. :D
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Aellostriker2Hobbyist Digital Artist
maybe because the 'good guys' are one-sided or flat (not round) at that time, & they represent the ideals we should strive to be.
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Boschian-FantasiesStudent General Artist
Notice if the stereotypical hero(ine) does something horrible and selfish, he/she gets rewarded without having to look back on his/her actions and mistakes. But when the villain(ess) does the same thing, he/she gets punished. I don't get it.

And another thing, notice how most villains don't have love interests? I try writing stuff when the villain and villainess hook up and be together. Who says you have to be pure and wholesome to be in a romantic relationship?
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I love villainesses even more.
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Luci-LouStudent General Artist
Without villains, there can be no heroes.

And yes. I love and support them :D
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rotten-vermillionProfessional Artist
hehe, sure there's no heroes without them)))
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