Do you believe in second chances?
By villain, do you mean misunderstood and confused?
A little too much? Maybe you're just looking for someone who needs a little attention
Poor Luke (Percy Jackson), why do they ignore you so.
meet the fantasy villain worthy of your Saturday night
First, do you love the dark, edgy, villain type?
Prince Zuko (Avatar) and Severus Snape (Harry Potter) are the pseudo-villains for you. Neither could make a full commitment to evil.
Yes. Take me to the darkside.
By villain, do you actually mean mostly just a squeaky clean good-guy?
Yeah, Captain America fighting Iron Man doesn't really count. But Lord Blackheart (Nimona) is mostly your regular guy with morals and scruples who calls himself a supervillain.
Do you love the one who makes you laugh?
Mr. Wormwood (Matilda) is the perfect comically slimy weasel.
Maybe you like a challenge; a little messy is okay?
Are you mesmerized by the slow unravel of an unhinged mind?
Princess Azula (Avatar) and Gollum (Lord of the Rings) will not disappoint.
So he just needs someone who gets him right?
Somehow Elena manages to forgive Damon Salvatore (The Vampire Diaries) for the unforgivable.
Even when you keep hoping to forgive and they keep screwing it up?
You'll find yourself sort of holding out hope for Uther Pendragon (BBC's Merlin) and Draco Malfoy (Harry Potter). They might see the light (or almost? or something kind of like the light? they'll definitely stop being totally clueless?) someday.
Are you looking for the one who will see into your soul?
Is raw power irresistible to you?
And you are intrigued by an enigma?
You have to admit, disembodied souls like Sauron (Lord of the Rings) and Voldemort (early Harry Potter) are pretty impressive--almost taking over the world without opposable thumbs.
And you believe opposites attract?
Morgana LaFey (BBC's Merlin) and Commandant Keris Veturia (An Ember in the Ashes) are not to be messed with, except by their rival protagonists--for whom they are perfect foils.
And you know he will because he's so tortured and broody?
The Darkling, the hunky villain of The Grisha series provides all that angst you crave.
Maybe Prince Charming, in evil twin brother form?
Sly-talking Duke Roger (Song of the Lioness Quartet) and ever mischievous George Wickham (Pride and Prejudice and Zombies) are foxy when they're mad.
Or in a creepy, sorcery, you-can't-hide-from-me way?
Lamia (Stardust) and the Dark Sisters (The Infernal Devices series) will whisper sweet nothings until your skin crawls.
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