Most people probably do, on one level or another. Ruling myself would be ideal, but failing that, the world couldn't hurt.
Can't help you if villainy is only a means to the end of conquest though, and not the other way around. Some may call you a hero if you succeed, so it's fuzzy.
The purest chaotic evil villains have motives that make the least sense or are just retardedly depraved, but they're conversely the hardest for people to sympathize with or admire. Most superhero movies strike me as arguments in favor of the villains' positions, really. The "antagonist" makes these complex arguments about how the state of the world is fucked and his only intentions are to fix them, and the hero rarely even addresses them, he just goes forward with his and the audience's given assumption that "peace" and "order" are the default correct positions without even addressing the antagonist's points at all. Almost as if they're admitting they have no meaningful stance and all they can do is throw punches.
god damn is it late
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