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edited 15th Aug '15 9:20:45 AM by SeptimusHeap
edited 15th Apr '13 8:23:13 AM by Fighteer
- Morgan Walker is unique amongst other Highlander villains in that he's been a slaver for centuries. While Walker once dealt in the Atlantic Slave Trade, in modern times he uses his job as a modeling agent to capture young women for the sex trade. In prior years, Walker had an attachment to a slave named Charlotte, but after he suspected she had an affair, he killed her throwing her out of a high window and displays no remorse for her death. When hunting Methos, the immortal she had the affair with, Walker also kidnaps the daughter of Methos's good friend with full intention to kill or sell her should her father not betray Methos.
- In one The Destroyer book, a minor antagonist sincerely believes that it is not only the right, but the duty, of a true man to have sex with a woman when the opportunity presents itself, regardless of what she feels about it. He even adds that he's raped several lesbians just to "show them what they're missing out on". This serves to establish, very heavy-handedly, how utterly morally bankrupt the character is, so you'll cheer when the protagonists kill him in grisly fashion later.
edited 16th Apr '13 9:58:11 AM by Thecommander236
- Whilst Your Mileage May Vary greatly as to whether or not he was being entirely serious, or, if he was, his characterization is justified, Jack London's infamous diatribe The Scab paints all strikebreakers as complete monsters so heinous even the Christian cosmology turns against them:
edited 16th Apr '13 9:57:29 AM by Achaemenid
edited 16th Apr '13 10:18:55 AM by mlsmithca