Here’s George R.R. Martin’s explanation for how he writes villains
If you think about the characters in Game of Thrones that you especially hate, or rather than ones we're supposed to hate and regard as the baddies, it might surprise you to know the author and creator of the series certainly doesn't think of them that way when he sits down to write that character. It's not that simple.
In an interview with PBS for the network's The Great American Read show, GoT author George R.R. Martin explains during the show's "Villains and Monsters" episode that, when you get right down to it, all of us have elements of good and bad inside. Dark and light. That's how he approaches every character he writes.
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