|Yes I'm serious|
Darth Vader/Anikan Skywalker
|I love him as a kid, dislike him as a teen|
Now this is where it gets interesting, because the prophesy never said how he would do that. Paving the way for him to become this rebellious Padawan, who out of fear ends up bringing about his wife's death. Killing a dozen young Jedi,and losing his legs and arms at his master's hands. Then he becomes Darth Vader a Sith Lord with an axe to grind. He kills his Master ( RIP Obi-wan). Yet he redeems himself in the end by killing the Sith Lord over him and saving his son. thus fulfilling the prophesy as well.
First let me say that I liked the books better than Eragon the movie. This is not at all how I envisioned Murtagh in the books, but I put up the picture from the movie for convenience sake.
Then you discover that he and Eragon are only half brothers. Making him feel even more put out. He does save Eragon's life a few times.Has a sort of bad boy complex, but does try hard to do good. He was born on the wrong side and so I feel he was almost more of a hero than Eragon. I was hoping he would have a happy ending after him and Nasada formed an understanding. Not to be, though because he rides off on his Dragon Thorn into the wilderness with no plan of returning.
Rumpelstiltskin/ Mr. Gold
I just starting watching 'Once Upon a Time' and for all it's faults and sometimes eye rolling cheesy lines. I found myself hooked. Now to clarify, I really disliked Rumple for the first
He still is evil, but also funny in a disturbing way. He was a great villain, with an awesome accent as Mr. Gold. Then more of his back story was revealed, showing him as a coward who made stupid decisions in desperation. He used to have a wife and a son, before he became 'the dark one'.
Having a coward with immense power has always lead to disaster. Everything was rather predictable about him until I watched 'Skin Deep' an episode about him and Belle. Putting him in place of the beast brought about a whole new element in his character. I actually was rooting for him and felt bad for him by the end of the episode.
I don't know if he will be redeemed at the end of the show but I hope so. Plus he calls Belle, 'Dearie' which is my favorite pet name to use. Reminiscent of Jack Sparrow. I think my reason for liking these types of characters, is because their so similar to us.
Their not perfect, and make a lot of mistakes, and usually require a miracle or Godly intervention to be saved from their evil ways. They can't help themselves and have the choice of whether they will accept the help or not. Just like Jesus's sacrifice it all comes down to a simple choice.
( Note- I do not agree or support all of the content that the characters mentioned above are in. Some of the content, does not agree with my beliefs. Viewer discretion is always advised. )