Re: What makes a good (bad) villain?
Any type of villain can be an interesting one if played out well by the correct author. No buts about it. I have see hilarious failure villains (Jack Spicer, anybody?), I have seen totally insane villains, I have seen angsty Face-Heel Turn villains, and I have seen them done well. If I'm supposed to answer straight up, though, I don't think I could - I always tend to root for the bad guys more than the good guys, regardless of if I like the latter or not.
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(For the longest time I was telling myself that I would come back to PE2K once I had something artsy and cool to contribute... but that's too much effort. GIRA IS BACK!)