This is mostly about my plot, which is why I posted it here instead of Character Development. Essentially, in my fantasy WIP, my villain is Myron and his group of merry thugs. All they care about is power, wealth, and enjoyment. They run a brothel and steal from the wealthy patrons. They hold a "fight club" in the basement to compete for bragging rights. And they regularly bully and pester people on the streets for their own enjoyment, then pay the city guard to look the other way. This is a planned trilogy, and the focal villain changes in each book. But as a whole, this group is the villain. They are responsible for all the events that occur. In book one, the villain is a magical crystal (that was created by this group) that is killing everything. In book two, it's the group. And in book three it's a God going crazy because of what the group did to them. In a world full of gods and mythological creatures, I'm concerned that my villains are just... men. Nothing special, nothing overly powerful. Just guys with their hands in everything. Do you think this would annoy a reader? If so, do you have any suggestions on how to make these villains more sinister? Thanks in advance.