Did you ever agree more with a villain than the other characters in a story?

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If so, when? and why?
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(Original post by Vardhan95)
If so, when? and why?
Sympathy for a villain, yes. Like Joaquin Phoenix's Joker
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Sympathy for a villain, yes. Like Joaquin Phoenix's Joker
Yeah I can see why one would feel sympathy for him.
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(Original post by Vardhan95)
Yeah I can see why one would feel sympathy for him.
What about you, do you ever agree more with a villain than the other characters?
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What about you, do you ever agree more with a villain than the other characters?
I am sure I remembering myself agreeing with a villain more than the others, at least once but I don't remember the movie or tv series now.
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(Original post by Vardhan95)
If so, when? and why?
In the game Final Fantasy XV after seeing Ardyn the villain's backstory .. I think him wanting to wipe out his brothers descendants was understandable......

he was robbed of his birthright, his woman murdered, and left to rot in chains for thousands of years..

that's gonna make anyone more than a little sour...
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In the game Final Fantasy XV after seeing Ardyn the villain's backstory .. I think him wanting to wipe out his brothers descendants was understable......

he was robbed of his birthright, his woman murdered, and left to rot in chains for thousands of years..

that's gonna make anyone more than a little sour...
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i wouldn’t say i agreed more with Killmonger in black panther, but he definitely had valid points and i completely understood why he was the way he was. i even kinda rooted for both sides tbh.
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Haha yeah.
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Last of us 2, I felt more for the Villian than Abbie.
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I like games, although admittedly i'm not as into them as much as I was in my teens and early childhood...

Final Fantasy is my favourite series.
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Harvey Dent.

He lost his identity and the love of his life.
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Harvey Dent.

He lost his identity and the love of his life.
Yeah, I can see why you'd agree with him.
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I sympathised with Azula from Avatar: The Last Airbender.

I sympathised with Obito, Konan and Pain from the Naruto franchise.

So many beautiful characters that were hurt behind belief and could only cope with the turmoil by morphing into something more malevolent and withdrawn.
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Phoenix's Joker really didn't deserve all the **** that came his way and I 100% understand why he lost it with everyone.
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(Original post by CosmicApathy1)
Phoenix's Joker really didn't deserve all the **** that came his way and I 100% understand why he lost it with everyone.
Yup - his "victims" basically had it coming
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The irony is in films I do, in the real world I don't
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(Original post by CosmicApathy1)
Phoenix's Joker really didn't deserve all the **** that came his way and I 100% understand why he lost it with everyone.
(Original post by harrysbar)
Yup - his "victims" basically had it coming
He was dealt some bad hands...I'm not sure if I would personally have done what he did. I can understand the sympathy for him though.

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The irony is in films I do, in the real world I don't
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I could very much relate and understand Thanos' ideologies and intentions to the point where I partially rooted for his success (but in no means did I expect it) and felt sorry for him when he met his demise.
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I could very much relate and understand Thanos' ideologies and intentions to the point where I partially rooted for his success (but in no means did I expect it) and felt sorry for him when he met his demise.
Yeah me too kind of, didn't he want to depopulate the universe? iirc
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