Villains By Necessity - Themes and Controversies

Themes and Controversies

The bulk of the themes in Villains by Necessity mostly are twists on typical fantasy stereotypes resulting mostly in a wide range of lighthearted and dark humor, but a fair mixture of controversial views of the general ideas behind what is truly good and bad are introduced as well as the story moves forward. Often the characters are confronted by situations that point out the inconsistencies behind the traditional ideas of being strictly categorized as one or the other.

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    I suppose you think that persons who are as old as your father and myself are always thinking about very grave things, but I know that we are meditating the same old themes that we did when we were ten years old, only we go more gravely about it.
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