If you come to think of it (41)

“The Villain”

Has strong convictions, his actions are often dictated by principles (mostly won under extraordinary circumstances). He can usually explain his motivations in great detail. He has his reasons, knows why he’s doing what. He is ready for sacrifices, when necessary.

“Every villain is someone else’s hero.”

“The Hero”

Gets often “dragged in” (the action) by total coincidence. Someone who just wants to “get by” (a bystander who’s forced to discontinue passivity, if you want). Despite common misinterpretation, his core motivation actually is to just get back to his familiar daily routine, as if nothing happened. I guess that kinda makes him a conservative. Many times he’s only called hero, because his point of view gets the focus.

He sounds like a total douche.


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