Is your character a standard human or a meta. And if so? What are her powers? When I hear your idea for your villain "An unmovable force meets an unstoppable object." My mind sort of goes to an MMORPG classic dps hero vs a tank villain. If your hero and villain were both metas, I would reccomend a water controlling hero versus an earth controlling villain, or an energy projection hero vs a highly durable villain. Hope this was helpful.
Don't think so.......she can fly. That's going to be a BIG problem, even if she is only flying at the same speed she used to superjump, which should be pretty fast. I mean how much thrust is Hulk creating when he jumps over buildings? That's the same thrust Claire has when she is flying, she just maintains the speed.
If you're willing to make your character DC than I think Psycho would make a great villain. He is an eco-terrorist who has no more against killing criminals/land developers than going to sleep at night. Make a nice morality clash between your character and mine.
Claire's personality: Pragmatic, to a fault at times. She will at times take on more than she can handle, especially when she get's emotional (in a negative way); as pouring herself into her work acts like a kind of tonic for her. She is confident and never gives up in general.
History: Her parents only praised her when she did something worth praising, and they taught her to be responsible at a young age. She enjoys accomplishing things, taking pride in her work. She also likes to be praised by others, that could be a flaw at times.
The villain ideas: I was thinking of the saying, "An unmovable force meets an unstoppable object." In this case Claire would be the unstoppable object due to her drive and dynamism, while her foe would be the unstoppable object. I need a villain who is actually able to change Claire's personality for the worse, so she is not as good as she already is at doing things. That way she can have an emotional journey were she comes around and realizes that know one but her hasto control how she feels;then she comes around---stronger than ever. I am up for suggestions that add to this......lead on.
Go with the opposite of your character and see what you come up with. Your character never gives up, was only praised for doing something worthy, responsible, and has lots of self-esteem. How about a villain who was a spoiled brat, got praised for doing nothing and continues to expect that admiration as an adult. Someone who is a sore loser and gives up as soon as something happens that he/she doesn't like. Someone who is irresponsible and lacking self-esteem. I'm picturing some kind of manchild here. It's kind of like an unmovable force, the force being the personality and the unmovable aspect being that this person never grew up.
Not bad, however.........I was thinking of a villain who could harm Claire emotionally. You see, Claire does good responsible things in part because she likes the praise, if she were denied it she would work overtime to get it, even tiring herself out. It would be funny if the 'man child' character got credit for what Claire did---that would drive her crazy.
I also know that Claire could actually get depressed if she is doing great stuff yet getting treated like dirt. That is how you could break her character, literally changing her for the worse. In the end, that is the villain's job. Once they break her spirit, everything else is so much easier.
Nah, It's actually quite funny.......I guess no one thinks like me. Nightmare is too far fetched for me, (yes I realize the irony given the superhero theme) I have never been a fan of telepaths nor guys who have supernatural powers. I prefer ones with more classic superhero powers. Whoever my villain will be, they will be smart.
As I know the origin of her powers, I think it would be quite interesting for her powers to malfunction, If a villain got control over that she would be in trouble. Imagine if she couldn't turn off her finger lasers? Or if she couldn't turn off her universal magnetism? Either way it would make her life what some would call a living hell.