|“||His eyes, unfathomably empty, devoid of all compassion, all humanity... No one has eyes like that... no one!||„|
|~ Captain America about the Red Skull.|
The Complete Monsters are the worst of all villains, a villain who is pure evil. And for this kind of villain, doing evil for them is as natural as breathing. They can be recognized by these signs:They commit acts that are atrocious by the standards of the story, and have crossed the Moral Event Horizon. Villains who have only crossed the MEH once usually do not qualify, although rare examples such as Grand Moff Tarkin and Shou Tucker exist if the line they cross is heinous enough.
They are taken seriously, causing fear, revulsion, and/or hatred from other characters in the story. For this reason, villains such as Comedy Villains and Comic Relief Villains can never qualify.They are never presented in a positive way.Nothing justifies their crimes, and they cannot feel empathy and never reform themselves.
Anti-Villains can never qualify seeing as to how you are meant to sympathize with an anti-villain, even if you do not approve of their methods. Also, just being a obviously evil character such as a Serial Killer or a Homicidal maniac there are i character not violent but with protuging like hell for example amoral or deal maker doesn't automatically make the villain a Complete Monster unless they are particularly brutal in nature.
A villain that is evil is one of the worst kinds of fictional characters. This kind of villain commits a series of horrendous acts, generally without justification, no matter his or her intentions. They are so evil, other characters fully fear, hate or despise them with the bottom of their hearts, even other villains. This character feels no pity or remorse for what they did, and sometimes even enjoy doing evil things, but they may feel nothing at all, as if doing is as natural as breathing. An evil character does not have a single redeeming quality, although some evil characters, such as Freddy, are fan favorites.
Villains who pretended to be friendly and caring at first but are actually vile, cruel, and ruthless do-badders who show little or no empathy. These are very common for tragic villains and some of these characters however do reform themselves.
Villains are antagonists who are ruled by obsessive desire for the "flesh" - although the term is often associated with perversion it is slightly different, while a pervert is any antagonist that has obviously alien or dangerous sexual fantasies many Lustful Villains appear to be normal, save for an obsessive desire for someone that they simply will NOT allow to settle.Lusftul villains give into their desires and do not understand (or care about) the concepts of rejection - indeed they often believe in taking what they want by force if necessary, often they believe themselves to be "in love" but in reality they are not truly loving and it is a purely selfish thing.Lust is thus best summed as: obsession, perversion and an inability to reason with others - those afflicted with lust will often fall deeper and deeper into a selfish nightmare of their own design : it can overlap with wrath and numerous other sins but always has elements of selfish desire (either for the flesh or for personal pleasure)EXAMPLES: Judge Claude Frollo, Gaston and any other antagonist who pursues a "love interest" but clearly harms them in the process (can also include creatures that feed off / corrupt sex and love (such as succubi) )Note: Not to be confused with Pervets, Perverts are specifically sexual behaviour, while Lust equates to a selfish desire to appease personal pleasure - even at the expense of others (for example, forcing someone into a relationship against their will).