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How To Create An Evil Character-- Sound Familiar?

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Of course, the characteristics of villains are the characteristics of Psychopaths, sociopaths and narcissists. They are the characteristics of corporatists and bankers who predatorily exploit people and communities, even whole nations, whole ecosystems.

And the characteristics of complex antagonists are the characteristics of lesser-of-two-evils candidates. They are the characteristics of church leaders and political party leaders.

There are other evil fictional characters who are pure psychopaths, like Hannibal Lecter and Voldemort. Maybe they're a different story, maybe not.

Who needs fiction?

Just sayin'.

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