So how come I love Inigo Montoya
(besides the obvious reason that Mandy Patinkin is dang cute)?
I like the sweet justice (call it vengeance if you like as I won't split hairs) when the bad guys get their just desserts. The injustice is corrected and the victims/survivors can move on with their lives. But even Inigo questions at the end of the film what he'll do now he's gotten the justice he sought for his father's murder.
I doubt I'd be able to spend much time writing a significant character or protagonist that was stupid enough to run around seeking petty vengeance. Those people irritate me in real life and bore me stupid in fiction.
In terms of writing, how do you deal with your own biases / dislikes?