So my protagonist aren't really the most noble character in the world, but after I got my self a list of "morally wrong" action the protagonist does, while personally not a problem to myself, I start to feel that some of his action would be too much for audience to stomach. So I just want to ask which of these following action that you would find most disturbing. Mostly sorted chronologically. 1. Preaching ultra-patriotic ideologies to general populace that's bordering on fascism. 2. Try to assimilate multiple ethinic-minorities that's not recognised by the country. 3. Married his two year older sister (Haven't dicide which one is better, mutually exclusive with 4) 4. Married a 14 year old girl while in his late 30's 5. Provoke a neighbour country to declear war on them to secure a moral highground. 6. Try to make his son a great man and his suitable successor, the protagonist push him so far that he simply cannot handle it anymore and commit suicide. 6. Personally ordered a religious genocide that result in 600,000+ casualties, and when faced with international criticism, try to justify it as a "heroic act of justice", and criticise THEM for NOT doing the same. 7. Desperately try to end a devastating war, ordered a launch of WMD that result in more than 11 million casualties. These action are not chronologically close to each other, about 5-15 years appart. What do you guys think?