What I mean by "insular villains" are antagonists that don't have any plans for domination of any sorts, vendettas, or relish on inflicting any sort of pain on others. In other words, villains that keep to themselves, and are only threats because the protagonists "intruded" into their sphere of influence first. As a demonstration of what I'm talking about, lets take a look at this hypothetical antagonist. The particular hypothetical antagonist is a reclusive frontiersmen that is very abusive to his children, has no respect for hunting laws, and has a habit of shooting at anyone that trespasses his territory. However, he isn't a threat to anyone that leaves him alone. As long outsiders leave him be, he is content with doing whatever he wants in the solitude of his remote home. The only reason why he's a villain to the protagonists, is that he is enraged by their attempts to intervene in his life (which could include taking his children away from him or curbing his poaching practices). Are there any notable antagonists that match what I describe as an "insular villain"? Does my post make any sense to anyone in this forum?