How do you write a main character as a villain?

How to Write a Villain Protagonist in 6 Steps
  1. Mix character traits. When protagonists are either extremely moral characters or extremely immoral characters, it might be hard for readers to relate to them.
  2. Keep the stakes high.
  3. Use internal monologue.
  4. Understand the character’s morality.
  5. Build the backstory.
  6. Consider your antagonist.

Do villains ever win?

No not often. They do win if it’s a trilogy. However I believe that the villain should win or at least defeat the hero.

What is a good villain name?

Cool Villain Names for Guys
Savini Sleeping Deacon Brace
God of Mischief The Axe Man Stone Heart
John Doe 5th Gunman Bronx
Pyro Thug Doctor Lobotomy Axis
Ogre of the Smokies Quick eliminate Gambit
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What are female villains called?

A villain (also known as a “black hat” or “bad guy”; the feminine form is villainess) is a fictional character, whether based on a historical narrative or one of literary fiction.

Why would a villain want to destroy the world?

The villain plans to destroy not only the planet, not even only the universe but two universes that keep each other in balance. With the destruction of the universes he plans to create a new utopian universe with him as some sort of god/king.