Villian Quotes

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Michael Bassey Johnson
“Protect your good image from the eyes of negative viewers, who may look at your good appearance with an ugly fiendish eye, and ruin your positive qualities with their chemical infested tongues.”
Michael Bassey Johnson

Joseph Gordon-Levitt
“As my story came to a
close I realized that I was
the villain all along.”
Joseph Gordon-Levitt , The Tiny Book of Tiny Stories, Vol. 2

Sherwood Smith
“Finally someone takes me seriously enough to ask for my word of honor, and it’s a villain.”
Sherwood Smith, Remalna's Children

William Shakespeare
“And what’s he then that says I play the villain?”
William Shakespeare, Othello

Ridley Pearson
“Who's Chernabog?" Grumbled Maybeck.
Philby answered,"Only the most powerful villian Walt Disney ever created.”
Ridley Pearson, Disney at Dawn

Michael Bassey Johnson
“There's a big difference on being wise and being crafty. The former is the attribute of God, and the latter is that of Satan.”
Michael Bassey Johnson

Michael Bassey Johnson
“Don't show a friend your gift, or your bag of money if you still want to maintain your relationship, but if nay, go on, and all you'll see is hate and jealousy, and you'll fight with him in the street like a dog and all you'll feel is regret.”
Michael Bassey Johnson

Shon Mehta
“May be I am villain in your story, but I am hero in mine.”
Shon Mehta

Suzanne Collins
“I’m bad news, all right,” said Coriolanus.”
Suzanne Collins, The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes

Charles Dickens
“He had a certain air of being a handsome man--which he was not; and a certain air of being a well-bred man--which he was not. It was mere swagger and challenge; but in this particular, as in many others, blustering assertion goes for proof, half over the world.”
Charles Dickens, Little Dorrit: Volume 1

Philippa Dowding
“You -have- to love your monster.”
Philippa Dowding, Everton Miles Is Stranger Than Me: The Night Flyer's Handbook

Orson Scott Card
“But if you caught my informant,' said Achilles, 'why in the world would Chamrajnagar—or Graff, if it was him—launch the shuttle anyway? Was catching me doing something naughty so important they’d risk a shuttle and it’s crew just to catch me? I find that quite… flattering. Sort of like winning the Nobel Prize for scariest villain.”
Orson Scott Card, Shadow Puppets

Charles   Lee
“I am. That has not changed. I am the villain. I am the one you should curse, not praise. I am no hero. Heroes look to fix what lies before them and head home after the leak is patched. A villain will remain poking and prodding his achievement long after they've won. Evil never sleeps. It's always looking for more ways to expand on its conquest.”
Charles Lee, The Way To Dawn: Apocryphal

Anthony Liccione
“Who ever thought to put the word "hero" in heroin?”
Anthony Liccione

Michael Bassey Johnson
“We cherish reprobates, not for their cruelty, but for their little show of patronage.”
Michael Bassey Johnson

Brandy Nacole
“Now, let's talk about your current situation. I see that one of my hounds got a little rough with you."
Kayson sees Falon's mocking smile and returns it. "Not as much as I did him when I pushed my sword through his head.”
Brandy Nacole, Broken Faith

Michael Bassey Johnson
“Dismantle your friend to see how he behaves. If he smiles with a beautiful grin, then take him back, he's worthy to be called a friend.”
Michael Bassey Johnson

Sara Massa
“I looked up from the ground and glared at Scarlett, who helped Steven stand up. “You bitch.” I growled, sitting up.
She looked back at me and walked over to where I was. I kept my glare on her, and just as I was about to stand up, her foot came and hit me in the face. I flung back around and my vision started to blur as my head hit the ground. I heard the squishing noise of Scarlett’s heels against the wet ground and her say her last words to me: “See you in a while, Aiyanna. We’ll do lunch.” And then they were gone, just like that. That’s when I couldn’t hold on any longer and I let the blackness consume me.”
Sara Massa, The Shifting Moon

Cameron M. Hayden
“Vexis stopped crying. She now looked more annoyed than anything. She feigned like she was trying to remember something. “So, eh, was he the fat one or the crippled one? Or the fat, crippled one? Y’know, it was just so much fun watching them hobble towards their body parts, I didn’t think to ask for names.”
C.M. Hayden, The Reach Between Worlds

“Kimaria smirked and placed her hands behind her back. “Come now. It doesn’t have to come to that. Violence is so beneath us.”
“No, it isn’t,” said Helianthus at once.
“Well . . . it is beneath me,” the high queen said and touched a hand to her chest. “Unlike you, I am civilized. I wear shoes and I have a last name.” They watched as she eased into a chair. She crossed one leg over the other, folded her arms, and regarded them calmly. “Aren’t you the least bit curious as to how I snatched the famed Nineveh Atvaris from our dark past? You can’t be that boring.”
Ash Gray, Time's Arrow

Shweta Tale
“By making somebody else the villain, you cannot be the hero.”
Shweta Tale

“Only the glorified have once been vilified”
Tare Munzara

C.J. Redwine
“A god among men indeed.”
C.J. Redwine, The Traitor Prince

Maheen Salman Ahmad
“You might be this mastermind who can make
awe-inspiring machines and engineer marvels
that leave others gaping, but in truth, you’re
just a four-year-old child bitter because his
mother refused to get him a new toy.”
Maheen Salman Ahmad, To Where It All Began: Where There is Family, There is Hope

“Who can we cast into the role of the villain? _Circumstance_ is the villain, is it not? 208”
Gerry Spence, How to Argue and Win Every Time: At Home, At Work, In Court, Everywhere, Every Day

“In this world, power is everything.

People hate each other, so they will destroy themselves.

To save them, they must have a God Like leader.



Plague King

Sarah K.L. Wilson
“Belatedly, I remembered that I didn’t need him. That I was my own woman. That I hadn’t married for love, and I wouldn’t love him even if he wanted me to because he was a villain from a storybook who I’d only allied myself with because the alternative was so much worse.”
Sarah K.L. Wilson, Dance With The Sword