Hey, everyone! Very new to the whole forum scene (As of today to be more accurate) so I'm sorry if this seems a little clunky. Anyway, in the sci-fi/fantasy story I'm currently developing I want to create a villain who is relatable and that the reader can sympathize with. I'm not trying to create a sort of "who is really the villain here?" situation but instead have it acknowledged that their emotional state/feelings are valid and that the way they are going about remedying their situation is destructive and wrong. But at the same time, I don't want readers to side with the villain and think that the heroes are bad people for wanting to get in their way and stop them. Does anyone have any tips for writing this sort of situation or have any examples from other stories they've read that I could check out?