Julien Tenavre is becoming more visible, and I can see how he could be worked in as a villain for the current plot, instead of just being a historical figure. I worry that maybe there are certain similarities to Voldemort, but he is different in some key ways.
- He's not bent on destroying all 'muggles;' he wants to rule them, instead.
- He's figured out a way to achieve immortality of a sort.
- He's a lot more subtle than Voldie.
- He's still human and has no plans to alter his body in any way.
I guess I really cannot allow the Potterverse to discourage me from writing about a big, bad, evil vilain. did Rowling let Darth Vader discourage her from creating Voldie? No.
Also, World War II is not the inspiration for Avriet. The Seven Deadly Sins are--or at least some of them; I can't use them all, for obvious reasons.
I cannot believe I don't have a 'writing work' tag for this journal. Sheesh!