Gaston is the most malicious antagonist of them all due to his cunning, egotistical, and manipulative nature. Gaston possesses all the qualities of a perfect villain, especially his slyness. He never loses his slick personality, even during his last moments, and has no gratitude for those who save his life. Near the end of the movie Beauty and the Beast, Gaston reaches the Beast’s castle, and attempts to fight him. The Beast was able to kill Gaston, but let him live after
Osamu Mikumo is the main character of the World Trigger series and also the captain of Tamakoma second (Mikumo Unit). Osamu is the shooter of the squad is main shooter trigger is asteroid armed with secondary trigger raygust which makes a deadly combo. If Osamu had any skill to use them effectively, Osamu is by far the weakest character of the show he has poor technique, low trion, and the experience of a new born babyBut he does recognize his weakness and try many different tactics to win matches, unlike his two teammates Osamu does not process a Side Effect ability so he goes out to battle with his own sense battle which gets him in some hot water luckily Jin and Yuma is there to help him when he needs it. Osamu personality is different from your typical weak main character he doesn't whine or cry a lot he actually has a well known knowledge of his abilities he knows he's weak but if there's someone in need of help he wont hesitate to help them even if his own life is in dangerHe has a really strong sense of justice he does what he deem is right and follow through with it to the end, Osamu is very protective and committed to his teammates wanting to do anything he can to help them more in the rank wars. Fighting abilities
Rape is the violent indulgence in Lust. Those who tend to fall to these sins, gain a gluttonous craving for more. Lastly these events are all horribly easy to give into, as previously stated we have only make our souls“brave enough” and it is already “ serried, seething, like a million ants” and so the simple act of giving in is as lazy as a sloth. He even alludes the the monsters of hell in the line “ among the jackals, panthers and chimerae” and the monsters of Earth “The monkeys, scorpions, vultures and other snakes” who walk among us and easily give into their sin and drag others down to their level. The very first line of this poem starts this idea off “Folly, error, sin and parsimony, Preoccupy our spirits and work on our bodies”, as to say that
In order for Othello to be as effective as it is, the depiction of Iago as the perfect example of evil itself was essential, and is accomplished with his particular characteristic traits. His extreme deceitful nature is made known within his many soliloquies; Shakespeare used these to evoke frustration within the reader; during these dramatic and extended asides, the true dramatic irony is revealed. Iago’s lies and underhanded nature however is never uncovered by the people he seeks to destroy. He confides in them, and is intelligent and deceptive enough to gain their
Macbeth’s mania gets to a point where, “[the Witches] no longer need to go and meet him; he seeks them out. He has committed himself to his course of evil… We have no hope that he will reject their advice; but… they make careful preparations to deceive him into [accepting it]” (Bradley 345). When his rule is at stake, Macbeth willingly tries to seek reassurance from deceptive, treacherous beings without thinking of the consequences. Additionally, Bradley wrote “and, almost as though to intimate how entirely the responsibility for his deeds still lies with Macbeth, Shakespeare makes his first act after this interview one for which his tempters gave him not a hint - the slaughter of Macduff’s wife and children” (345). Because he saw Macduff as a threat, without any hesitation Macbeth decided to kill the ones he loves because of his acquired ruthlessness.
‘Iago is such a disturbing villain because he seems to have no real motives for his evil.’ How far and in what ways do you agree with this view? Iago is nothing more than a devious mastermind and Machiavellian of the Shakespearean tragedy, Othello. Whilst Iago does try to communicate multiple reasons for his motives in wanting to destroy Cassio and Othello these are mere rationalisations and excuses to provide justification for his evil actions and can only be accepted when analysing Othello on a surface level. Looking into Othello further we can see that Iago is a power thirsty character that dwells in his corruption and evil which makes him such a disturbing villain. Iago gives a sheer numbers of excuses to try and prove his ulterior motives, conveniently adding new reasons for his hate every time he needs to encourage Roderigo to do something for him.
Iago claims to have Roderigo’s best interests at heart ensuring him that he has the power to help him win over Desdemona. Ultimately Roderigo pays the price for doing Iago’s dirty work ending with his plan to expose Iago as the devil himself leading to him losing his chance at love, his wealth and his life by the hands of the one he trusted the most (Iago). As well as manipulating Roderigo, he does this also with Emilia his wife. Emilia is trapped in her marriage to Iago, he is seen to mock her and disrespect her on many occasions, in addition to this, his attitude towards women throughout the piece is shown to be degrading, as seen with Desdemona, when he sexually brands her a “White ewe”. (1.1.97).
Caesar’s scornful behavior towards the soothsayer illustrates his arrogance. Later, in Act 2, Calpurnia pleads Caesar to stay home because she realizes that all the omens are pointing to Caesar’s death. Despite her plea, Caesar insists “Caesar shall forth: the things that threaten’d me ne’er look’d but on my back; when they shall see the face of Caesar, they are vanished” (2.2.15-17). These incidents show that Caesar’s pride blinds his ability to see his tragic end. Moreover, Caesar ignores his own feeling of uneasiness towards Cassius for the sake of his pride.
This quote shows that he wants everyone to obey him and anyone who disobeys him will get in trouble. The last support can be found when Creon said, “But he who crosses law, or forces it, or hopes to bring the ruler under him, shall never have a word of praise from me.” (Antigone 23). This means that Creon is “madly in love” with his power and thinks that he can do anything because he is the king. The second tragic fall of Creon
Hyde in that he murders an innocent man without a cause, only to prove his dominance and power over good. The diction of the murder scene was carefully chosen as to help us envision the most gruesome, horrific sights we as the reader could imagine. Stevenson uses powerful words and phrases such as "ape-like fury" (p. 22) which is a phrase that gives the reader a sense of an attack on another person that would only be made by a wild animal not a human and the phrase “trampling under foot“ (p.22) which gives the reader a sense of recklessness and intense anger that can only be soothed by physically harming something. This reveals a ferocious, animalistic implication, as if Hyde has lost his humanity. Hyde's evil nature takes absolute control in this scene, and he acts out with complete recklessness.