Eh, good, evil - both fine choices. Whatever floats your boat.
~ Bender on morality
I can do no wrong, for I do not know what it is.
~ Satan in The Adventures of Mark Twain.

Characters who are amoral are unable to be truly judged by our concepts of right and wrong, or happen to lack a moral sense, thereby being unconcerned with notions of right and wrong. Some of these villains are known to have Moral Agency issues, but all villains with Moral Agency issues belong in this category.

Almost all abstract and god-like entities fall under this category. On a terrestrial scale, however, an example of an amoral villain would either be:

Purerly Evil villains can NEVER qualify. While they may be unconcerned with what is right and wrong, they are aware of what is right and wrong but always chooses to do what is wrong. Villains who are Pure Evil always understands morality as part of their moral agency, and usually take pleasure in their actions. If they don't believe in good and evil, they should go under the Delusional or Nihilist category instead.

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