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What is a villain?:
Determining a villain in a given work isn't a matter of personal belief(well, not usually). It is a matter of where they are on the work itself's scale of good and evil. Willing Suspension of Disbelief and all that. Sometimes the writer will screw up and not really make it clear WHY the villain is evil. Reference the Civil War, where Captain America was stated by the idiots in charge to be the Big Bad for no clearly explained reason. But they are still, technically, the villain regardless.
edited 27th Sep '10 11:20:25 PM by Anaheyla
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