In this blog post, we’ll explore “i failed to throw the villain away chapter 1“. As a writer, one of my goals is to make my readers care about the characters I’ve created. In order to achieve this, I have to invest time in making my villains believable and compelling. In this first installment of a series on character development. I will be discussing the steps I took to make my villain interesting and engaging.
John Doe is a criminal mastermind in I failed to throw the villain away chapter 1
John Doe is a criminal mastermind. He has spent years planning and orchestrating the perfect crime and he is about to pull it off. He has carefully chosen his victims ensuring that they are alone and unprotected and arranged for the perfect setting. Now all he needs is the perfect weapon.
He knows that the police will be looking for him and he wants to make sure that they can’t catch him. So he has planned another layer of security: an elaborate trap that will ensnare the law enforcement officers as they attempt to arrest him.
As John moves closer to completing his masterpiece the law enforcement agents close in on him from all sides.
John Doe’s criminal career
John Doe is a criminal with a long and distinguished career. He has been arrested on multiple occasions for crimes such as assault, robbery, and burglary.
Doe has never been convicted of a serious crime but this does not mean he is harmless. In fact, Doe is known to be violent and dangerous and he has a record of using his victims’ fear to facilitate his robberies. His pattern of behavior suggests that he should not be allowed unsupervised access to firearms or other dangerous weapons.
John Doe’s escape from prison
John Doe, a convicted felon was serving a 10-year sentence in prison when he escaped on July 7th, 2013. After making his way through several locked doors and tunnels, John made it to the surface where he was able to evade capture for days.
John Doe’s new plan
John Doe has a new plan to rid himself of the villain. He’ll build a machine that will suck up the villain and transport him to a distant location. The machine will be powered by John’s newly acquired super strength.
John Doe’s next target in i failed to throw the villain away chapter 1
John Doe is back, and this time he has his sights set on a new target “The villain’s daughter”.
To start off his plan, John Doe sends flowers to his daughter every day for a week. He writes sweet messages telling her how much he loves her and how much he wants to be with her.
Eventually, the daughter decides to invite John Doe over for dinner. He jumps at the chance and arrives at her house wearing a charming smile. However, inside he’s seething with anger. He knows that the only way to win the girl over properly is to come across as weak and vulnerable- something that he’s far from comfortable with. Nevertheless, he plows on bravely until finally succumbing to temptation and kissing the girl on the cheek.
John Doe’s final confrontation
John Doe has been fighting the villain for months. He knows this is his final showdown with the bad guy and he’s ready to take him down.
The villain sees John coming and prepares to fight back. But John isn’t going to let him get away alive. He sprints forward, dodging the villain’s attacks and tackling him to the ground. The two of them struggle for control as the fight turns into a brutal wrestling match.
With one final punch, John finally throws the villain away and he lands hard on his back in front of the audience. The crowd gasps in horror as they see the true extent of John’s injuries- but he doesn’t give up just yet. He gets to his feet and staggers towards the door, barely able to keep on moving.