What can I say about Grima, the ultimate villain from Fire Emblem: Awakening?
Well, what is there to say. "Living mass of evil" seems to encapsulate his character well. At first glance, Grima is the quintessential "Generic Doomsday Villain", having no discernible motivations or reasons for wanting to destroy the world. He simply seems to be there to create a threat to Lucina and the future she comes from.
And yet, in an odd way, that's part of what makes Grima a very effective villain to me.
I believe Cracked.com put it best in this short paragraph.
"(Micheal) "Myers was meant to be evil personified. He wasn't a killer who had been wronged, he wasn't seeking vengeance or profit, he wasn't trying to prove a Saw-like point or haunting the place where he'd been abandoned by negligent teens. He was literally just a big, psychotic prick who defied sense."
In a way, Grima is similar to Micheal Myers because he represents absolute evil, at least in Awakening and perhaps in Fire Emblem as a wh