In my story, there's a nutcase serial murderer who is introduced as the first antagonist, hired to hunt the female main character down. He is much more than willing to randomly slaughter people to make the FMC out of the alley she's hiding at, even though he knew where she was hiding but just wanted some reason for a massacre.
He really enjoys killing, like singing Ode to Joy (yeah, yeah
) while slitting a girl's throat in broad daylight. He also enjoys getting hurt, evidenced when he felt ecstatic when he was impaled with two spears to his abdomen and got his arm blown up. He believes that physical suffering and death, both giving and receiving, is the best thing in the world and keeps telling people that they should learn to enjoy it more.
Nevertheless, he shows subtle disdain toward people who makes people suffer mentally and in fact, joins the protagonists (much to their horror and disgust) so he can finish the Bigger Bad
who routinely breaks people's minds for his own amusement.
After he joins the heroes, he's fully aware of his hypocrisy and knows that there's no way that he would be ever redeemed and frankly, doesn't care about it as long as he gets to kill the Bigger Bad
, which he thinks is kind of a dick.
He believes that there's afterlife, simply because he thinks that there must be a some place to punish someone like him for eternity. Yet he is very pleased at the idea of hell and actually looks forward to his death and eternal punishment and he actually fears that he might be sent to heaven, because he thinks that that place would be the most agonizing place possible. He is not afraid of Nothing After Death
either, because whenever he dies, he will die happy.
So, does he displays any philosophical ideas or is he just crazy? Also, do tell me anything that bugs you. Good night, everyone. :D
edited 18th May '11 7:49:41 AM by dRoy
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