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An enormously interesting antagonist.
His manner may be very strict, but his corrupt soul can no longer rest.
He gave everything and everything was taken from him, his mind went into despair and so he was born. You can't hate him for what he did, he lived under the illusion that he was doing the right thing.
He has his reason why he became that way--people really change when you push them to the limits. And even though his deeds were inexcusable, I loved this villain, because up 'til the end, he held on to what he believed in 'til the end. He did not just suddenly 'redeemed' himself or reverted back into the good person he once was. He accepted the consequences of his actions, and that's all there is to it. A substantial villain indeed.
Probably one of the best executed characters of the whole series, of a way you can't simply call him evil or good. He really carried the first half of the Magnostadt arc.
I really do not care what his reasons or excuses are to be as evil as this waste of space is. So what if someone killed his family, it was not the same people he later tortures and murders himself. Having lost loved ones gives him neither the right or excuse to whole heartedly condemn, murder, or torture the hundreds of thousands he did. This hopeless idiot acts like he is the only one to ever suffer such a fate or selfishly expects us to sympathize or believe that only magicians were ever victims of such horrors. Totally worthless and beyond redemption, justification for his crimes, or forgiveness. Letting this creep off the hook was the worst thing Aladdin and Alibaba ever did.