5 villains

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Mainly I just wanted to give Sassyatta a chance to be smug. As though that never happens. Anyway, I was actually mulling over whether or not I thought they’d get a long since Moira is pretty quick on the comebacks too. It was her Ult line that did it (Surrender to my will!) – then it was easy to think that nah, Sassy Zenyatta would absolutely piss her off on purpose. To get semi philosophical on a stupid OW comic: It’s the difference between Symmetra and Moira. Symmetra is all up on her high horse because she is confident in her inherent awesomeness. Moira is all up on her high horse because she is confident in your inherent inferiority. Or at least that’s a suuuuper basic reading of the character so far. XD That’s the 30 second logic for now I guess.

More Overwatch Things

Season 1: Oliver keeps needing Felicity’s help to find the villains. - Felicity joins the team

Season 2: Slade wants the person Oliver loves the most. - Kidnaps Felicity and she gives him the cure

Season 3: Ra’s al Ghul wants Oliver to join the league and gives Felicity an advise to say goodbye to Oliver. - Olicity has sex

Season 4: Oliver wants to propose to Felicity but isn’t sure because of the life that they live. Damien kidnaps everyone that Oliver loves and they survive which proves to Oliver that they can do it. - Oliver proposes to Felicity

Season 5: Adrian Chase tries to kill Oliver and Felicity but in doing so, traps them in the Arrow Cave. - Olicity finally have a real conversation

I love the Arrow villains!

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drawing some yasuhooooo because i love her! also josuke is there….

You know, the new episode of Samurai Jack had a line that seemed small in the moment, but actually gives the Daughters of Aku an interesting motivation.

“Bask in the glory in what our master has created. Admire its beauty but know that the samurai is out there leaving a wake of devastation wherever he goes. That’s why, my sweet Ashi, the Daughters of Aku must stay focused.”

It’s not so much that Jack leaves destruction in his wake (Aku’s assassins and bounty hunters like Scaramouch do that), but the implication that if Jack succeeds everything they know will be destroyed. And the thing is… 

That’s true.

If Jack goes back in time and kills Aku, history will be rewritten and the entire world will change. Aku’s world will never exist, and neither will anyone in it. It would be like going back and time and ensuring that Julius Caesar never took power (thus changing global history on such a scale that very few people would be unaffected by our time). Such alteration to the course of history would mean that the Daughters, their mother, and pretty much everyone Jack has ever met in the future would be erased from existence.

Of course Jack’s still the good guy and Aku is still evil. Of course going back to the past will save possibly billions of lives and prevent unimaginable suffering. But this gives the Daughters of Aku a damn good motivation to kill Jack: their own survival. And the survival of pretty much everyone in the future. It could be from their point of view Jack is going to wipe out everyone in their world, and they’re fighting to prevent that from happening.

So in their own minds the Daughters of Aku are the good guys, and that’s always a good thing when making villains. In terms of character motivation, it means they’ll likely fight Jack with everything they have to “save” their future.

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When I was little, I used to watch this anime where the main villain was this female thief. She’d lose to the hero every time, but I always thought she was cool. […] She always said whatever she wanted, did whatever she wanted… She knew what justice was for her. I… wanted to grow up to be just like her someday.