You need to login rome Total War Spqr Mod 8.0 do this. And every tale condemns me for a villain. OK, let’s say you’re still writing that movie, which is Very Loosely Based on a True Story. But there’s a problem: most of the Real Life figures were morally grey and complex people.
How are you going to make sure that your audience knows who the bad guy is? Well, all you have to do is to pick someone who wasn’t on your side. Your new villain wasn’t actually “evil” per se. This trope is the opposite of a Historical Hero Upgrade, although many figures often get one of those as well in works with a different viewpoint. Usually this is a part of Politically Correct History. When Fan Fic writers do this to a canon character, it’s Ron the Death Eater. Dracula, in the many instances where he is said to have been Vlad the Impaler.
Prehistoric Monster, when prehistoric animals such as dinosaurs are depicted as unrealistically violent monsters. At least in the US, Benedict Arnold, who is considered a vile, cowardly traitor, but started out as a very capable American commander during the American Revolution. At the time, after having credit for the victory stolen by his commanding officer who had done much less than Arnold to win it, he’s said to have wished that the bullet had struck his heart instead. La Malinche, a Nahua woman who had an affair with Hernán Cortés and helped him in his conquest of the Aztec Empire, is seen by many in contemporary Mexico as a traitor for helping the Conquistadors to subjugate “her people. One of the best-known examples is the composer Antonio Salieri, contemporary to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.