I find villains fascinating, usually a lot more fascinating than heroes. I like them so much, I wrote a whole series about them!
I saw some other participants interviewing villains from their own stories. I have to say, I was tempted. As a narcissistic egomaniac villain myself, naturally I am most fond of my own villains. But my favorite villain of my own creation is from book 2 in The December People Series, and mentioning that name would be a spoiler for those of you who haven't read it yet, so I will keep mum.
But that's okay, there are lots of other villains that I like. I'm sure you will all be shocked that I have chosen a character from Harry Potter as my favorite villain...
At the end of the day, I think Snape's intentions were too noble to make him an official villain, but obviously that's what I like about him. He's a hero and a villain all wrapped up into one. He's remarkably brave and can love fiercely, but he's also a big greasy-haired meanie.
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