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An antagonist isn't someone evil or even always a person, just an obstacle the main characters must overcome.
 
An antagonist isn't someone evil or even always a person, just an obstacle the main characters must overcome.
   
To not have a villain is fine plenty of good shows and movies have those, to not have an antagonist means no conflict which only bad stories have. If what people are thinking, that White somehow forced her emotions out of herself and into physical beings, is true then they can be our antagonists.
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To not have a villain is fine plenty of good shows and movies don't have those, to not have an antagonist means no conflict which only bad stories have. If what people are thinking, that White somehow forced her emotions out of herself and into physical beings, is true then they can be our antagonists.

Latest revision as of 00:42, January 24, 2019

You're confusing villain and antagonist, an easy yet very avoidable mistake.

A villain is someone who takes pleasure in hurting others. They see that it's wrong, they know that it's wrong, but they do it anyways.

An antagonist isn't someone evil or even always a person, just an obstacle the main characters must overcome.

To not have a villain is fine plenty of good shows and movies don't have those, to not have an antagonist means no conflict which only bad stories have. If what people are thinking, that White somehow forced her emotions out of herself and into physical beings, is true then they can be our antagonists.

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