and an Overdeveloped Sense of Entitlement
"I’m Completely Hairless!!!”
Millionaires with a minor physical defect and an overdeveloped sense of entitlement come from a wealthy background and are accustomed to luxury. They tend to think of themselves as the movers and the shakers of Evil. They are the engine that turns the bone-crunching gears of villainy. Ask a millionaire with a minor physical defect and an overdeveloped sense of entitlement what is the source of Evil, and he’ll probably tell you: Money.
The evil Millionaire thinks of himself as the epitome of evil. The great tempter that brings honest men
into a life of crime and deceit, and he flaunts his wealth to prove it. As irritating as their arrogance is, history proves that loyalty is something that can be bought.
Millionaires with a minor physical defect etc... generally think of life as a game. It’s survival of the fittest, and they are the most fit. Their greater wealth means they have greater power, and you can’t get power without taking it from someone else. The Millionaire thinks he’s already the best, and he hasn’t even begun his life of crime.
Millionaires with a minor physical defect and an overdeveloped sense of entitlement appreciate good help and loyalty that can be bought. Sometimes their arrogance makes them a little less subtle than other villains, despite the demeanor they put towards the press. This combined with a love of excessive displays makes the Bruiser a natural ally. After all, what better way to tell your competition that you’ve got them beat, then by sending an unbuyable*, living
engine of destruction to their business?
As a man of power, the Millionaire with a minor physical defect and an overdeveloped sense of entitlement must be constantly vigilant for power plays by their countless enemies. This makes Shadows, silent and dangerous, an immediate threat. Don’t let them get too close, or they’ll bug your secret lair. Then cut your throat. Shadows tend to believe in “honor and responsibility”, making them not only stupid, but difficult to buy as well. All of this adds up to a dangerous assassin, just waiting to be tricked by your enemies into delivering an incapacitating blow. Unless you get them with Blackmail first, don’t let a Shadow near you.
*anyone you’ve bought is buyable by others, so a good villain will be sure to ALSO blackmail his help, to ensure their loyalty.