The three most common villains in novels

In fantasy or fairy-xia novels, the villain is a very important character, because he is the driving force for the protagonist's strong rise. In many cases, because of the squeeze of the villain's role, the hero has to rise up to resist and become stronger all the way! Therefore, the author has done his best to select the black hand behind the scenes! If the protagonist suffers unfair treatment, a loved one dies, or the person who cares dies, then he will embark on a path that goes against the sky! In the process of going against the sky, I gradually discovered the existence of the Heavenly Dao, and then discovered that the Heavenly Dao is bad, so I began to play with the Heavenly Dao, and finally defeated the Heavenly Dao and won the victory...



The reason why Tiandao is portrayed as the biggest villain is because of a sentence in Laozi’s Tao Te Ching, "Heaven and earth are not benevolent, and everything is a dog". It means that heaven and earth treat all things equally, without mercy. With kindness! But in the current fantasy novels, this sentence has changed another meaning, that is, the way of heaven does not treat people as human beings, and does not leave a way for sentient beings, so sentient beings have to resist the way of heaven!

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Chen Dong's "Tomb of the Gods" is a rebellion against the Dao of Heaven. The male protagonist Chen Nan gathers the power of his father Chen Zhan, the taboo god Dugu Baitian, the eternal demon lord, and the power of sentient beings to annihilate the Dao of Heaven. This is a fantasy novel against heaven! In Jiu Hu's "Zun Shang", the ancient sky wolf was chased and killed by the heavens for eight hundred years, but also because of the resistance to the heavens. Dreaming of "Dragon Talisman", the father of the protagonist and the Dao of Heaven play a game and win the half son of the Dao of Heaven. This is also a rebellion against the Dao of Heaven...



In short, Tiandao has become the most common villain in Eastern fantasy novels! As for the villain that appears most often in classical fairy-xia novels, it must be Tathagata...

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In Jinhezai's "The Story of Wukong", Tathagata is the black hand behind the scenes, using sophistry to break Jin Chanzi's Taoism, and suppress Monkey King for 500 years, turning him into a compromised and weak coward! In Turtle's "Big Splashing Monkey", the Tathagata has counted everything, betrayed Nu Wa, established Buddhism, deceived Jin Chanzi, and ruined Wukong's Dao Xin. This is also the villain! Jing Wuhen’s "The King of the Ancient Gods", the Buddhists, all of them are insidious and cunning. On the surface, they are not in conflict with the world. In fact, they want to gather the power of all living beings and control the common people. People who are not of the same school will all be wiped out. This is also true. Villain! There are too many novels like this, because Tathagata has also become the most common villain in fantasy and fairy-xia novels...


If the villain that appears most often in the Eastern fantasy is the Dao of Heaven, and the most often seen in the classical fairy knight is the Tathagata, then the villain that appears most often in the Western fantasy is the God of Light! Compared with the first two villains, the ending of the God of Light should be the worst, because the way of heaven may be purified and the Tathagata may wake up, but the God of Light is different. As long as he appears, the ending will die because he is a Western fantasy novel. Here, the strongest, and what the male lead has to do is to become the number one in the world, so the God of Light is a tragedy!

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To be precise, in Western fantasy novels, gods of light shouldn’t be called gods of light. They can even be called gods of darkness, or gods darker than the gods of darkness, because they are really too bad, so The hacked old man is miserable! Yan Da’s "Profane", dancing "The Law of Demons", almost those famous Western fantasy novels, the ultimate villain, will all be the god of light, and his ending will have no good end, he must die...

Nowadays, the gods of heaven, Tathagata, and Guangming have become the most common villains in fantasy fairy-xia novels! But there is rarely a book that can write all these three villains together, except for Chendong’s "Tomb of God", which is the only novel I have seen that can gather all the three villains. ...



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