In most works of fiction, there are villains who we admit are evil, but you can't help but like them. Loki from the Avengers, Jim Moriarity from Sherlock, Azula from Avatar: the Last Airbender. We admire them instead of being repulsed by them. I'm trying to make sure nobody (or as few people as possible) likes my villain. He's Based off of Twilight's Edward Cullen, So while he is very pretty (no sparkles this time) he is a controlling, obsessive, physically mentally and verbally abusive, manipulative stalker. This villain is my way of dealing with my sheer hatred of Twilight and everything that went into it's unholy creation. It will have all been for nought if the majority of people like my villain. He needs to be a complete and total monster. Over the corse of my story, he does the following things: - Run an "Institute" based off the magdalene laundries, where he regularly abuses the workers there - Takes an interest in my MC and makes it his goal to "tame" her as if she were a wild animal - Abuses his fiance with regular beatings, and often ties her up to prevent her from "hurting herself" - Psychically abuses my MC, such powers include the ability to send swarms of rats into her house, make my MC suffer disturbing hallucinations, and in general scaring her. - Shoots and kills an innocent little boy and mortally wounds the boy's father - tries to burn down my MC's house, with her still in it Is this enough to make people be repulsed by this character?